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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, December 31, 1929, Image 6

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Today s Crossword Puzzle
1 1 1 1 ...■.I.
ACROSS
1—Taxi
4—An island In the Bay of Naples
9—Head covering
11—Land measure ;
11—To empty
14— A sleeveless carment
15— Supplies with strength
17—An explosive
IS—Attest
19—Indefinite article
21— SuKSx Or noting condition
22— Bill took (abbr >
24—Pertainins to Encland
27—An older person (abbr.)
2f—Part cf body.
31— Accomplish
32— Toward
33— An animal
34— An Italian painter
35— Donated
36— Cover
37— Six (Roman numerals)
39— A call for attention *
40— Terminus
41— Symbol far tin
42— Diminishes
43— A nautical term (abbr)
4C—-A aoct cwp
47—Fait
43—Not soft
61— The «<ls«
53—A tropical riant
56— Intoxicating beverage
57— Ravishes
59— Common French personal *>•
noun
60— To discover
(1—Exhausted
62— Elongated fish
DOWN j v
1— Non-circular rotating pit!
2— Southern constellation
S—Recorded
4— Symbol for cadmium
5— Skill
I—Strip
7—Mw‘cr.1 terms (abbr »
S—TOfcla f I
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"9—To own '
|0—Man's nickname
It—Black, viscous substance
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it—A tree \ i ’
p—Herb* used for salad fphiraJ) *
Cl - -Polygons having equal angles I
c:—Round solids
j?5—A tear
55—To proceed
26—'That thins:
2"—To lose
(28—Tears
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38—Exist,
! 25—Masculine pronoun
42— Young boy
4.1— A sm.=*U shore bird
4'—(tested
4 5—Victim
43— tii-Vf 1*1
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!>7—Might r4cle (abbs )
58—Roadway for vehicles (abbr.)
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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