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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, November 25, 1929, Image 6

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ACROSS'
1—Insect
0—Old soldier (slang)
•—On top of
10— To fall In drops
11— Left side (abbr.)
15—Hostile persons
lg—Suffix denoting more (ban one
17—Girl's name
19—Remains with
21—One employed to hunt seals
23—An elementary substance
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24—Large body of water
2«—To bellow as cattle
r«—Suffix denoting degree
20—A grain
22—French coin (abbr.)
22—Edge
*5—Part of the heed
27—Alibi (abbr.)
22—Small water vehicle
40—Weariness
42—Sell over again
4 S—Last parts of lyric odes
44— Upon
45— Squanderer
*«—Thus
47— Articles of same rises
48— Auction
50—To become ill
61—Former Russian ruler
DOWN
t—Symbol for gold
J—Incantation
4—Small horses
6— Guest
•—Epistle (abbr.)
7— Viscid substance used for heal
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10—Line through enter of • ephete
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Jl—Refractory
15—Beast of bunk n
14— A stain
10—Elongated Crh
15— To corrode
20—A simpleton
25—Forever
27—A color
20—A r*gener«n.„.»
31—Consumer* 4
12—Chimneys
33— Owns
34— Back tooth
3«—Say over again
37—Help
K—One hundred years (abbr.)
S»—Otherwise
41— Playthings
42— To steal
47—Group of islands <abbr >
4»—Every one (abbr.)
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WHEN TO BE NONCHALANT
When you have been telling your guest
about how David never gets dirty
when he plays.

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