1. A rapid bustling commotion.
4. A chief of a North American tribe or confederation (especially an Algonquian chief).
12. A loose sleeveless outer garment made from aba cloth.
15. An accidental happening.
16. (mathematics) A symbol that represents a function from functions to functions.
17. A workplace for the conduct of scientific research.
18. A sweetened beverage of diluted fruit juice.
19. French mathematician who founded number theory.
20. Wild sheep of semidesert regions in central Asia.
22. An indehiscent fruit derived from a single ovary having one or many seeds within a fleshy wall or pericarp.
24. God of death.
25. Exhibiting or restored to vigorous good health.
27. A deceitful and unreliable scoundrel.
30. Grass of freshwater swamps and salt marshes of Europe, Africa, America, and South Atlantic islands.
34. A compartment in front of a motor vehicle where driver sits.
37. (music) The speed at which a composition is to be played.
40. (Babylonian) God of storms and wind.
42. Eliminate from the body.
43. Emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design.
45. Water containing salts.
46. A three-year law degree.
47. An international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members.
48. (botany) Of or relating to the axil.
50. The Jewish rite of circumcision performed on a male child on the eighth day of his life.
51. An accidental hole that allows something (fluid or light etc.) to enter or escape.
54. An associate degree in applied science.
55. God of fire.
59. A city in northeastern Ohio.
62. The capital of Turkey.
70. Of or relating to the African people who speak one of the Bantoid languages or to their culture.
73. Gully or streambed in North Africa and the Middle East that remains dry except during rainy season.
74. An undergarment worn by women to support their breasts.
75. A tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling).
77. (Roman mythology) God of love.
78. Automatic data processing by electronic means without the use of tabulating cards or punched tapes.
79. Genus of chiefly small rock-loving ferns.
80. Informal terms for money.
1. According to the Old Testament he was a pagan king of Israel and husband of Jezebel (9th century BC).
2. An informal term for a father.
3. An organization of countries formed in 1961 to agree on a common policy for the sale of petroleum.
4. An upholstered seat for more than one person.
5. Any of various primates with short tails or no tail at all.
6. Of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language.
7. A large fleet.
8. A flat-bottomed volcanic crater that was formed by an explosion.
9. Essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers.
10. An artificial language for international use that rejects rejects all existing words and is based instead on an abstract analysis of ideas.
11. A period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from a fixed point or event.
12. Primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves.
13. Any of numerous local fertility and nature deities worshipped by ancient Semitic peoples.
14. (usually followed by `to') Having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something.
21. Long pinkish sour leafstalks usually eaten cooked and sweetened.
23. An army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions.
26. A heavy brittle diamagnetic trivalent metallic element (resembles arsenic and antimony chemically).
28. South American wood sorrel cultivated for its edible tubers.
29. A rare silvery (usually trivalent) metallic element.
31. A prosthesis that replaces a missing leg.
32. Pertaining to or resembling amoebae.
33. A capacious bag or basket.
35. Wildly disordered.
36. A port city of south central Ukraine on an arm of the Black Sea.
38. A pale rose-colored variety of the ruby spinel.
39. An impure form of quartz consisting of banded chalcedony.
41. English theoretical physicist who applied relativity theory to quantum mechanics and predicted the existence of antimatter and the positron (1902-1984).
44. Hungarian choreographer who developed Labanotation (1879-1958).
49. A rare heavy polyvalent metallic element that resembles manganese chemically and is used in some alloys.
52. Deciduous South African tree having large odd-pinnate leaves and profuse fragrant orange-yellow flowers.
53. A dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived.
56. A constellation in the southern hemisphere near Telescopium and Norma.
57. The longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code.
58. A member of a widespread group of Amerindians living in northeastern South America.
60. German arms manufacturer and son of Friedrich Krupp.
61. Jordan's port.
63. An aromatic ointment used in antiquity.
64. Strike sharply.
65. Type genus of the Alcidae comprising solely the razorbill.
66. (Scottish) Bluish-black or gray-blue.
67. The battle in 202 BC in which Scipio decisively defeated Hannibal at the end of the second Punic War.
68. A material effigy that is worshipped as a god.
69. A river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire.
71. A lipoprotein that transports cholesterol in the blood.
72. A slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water.
76. The branch of engineering science that studies the uses of electricity and the equipment for power generation and distribution and the control of machines and communication.