CROSSWORD No 194
1. A tree with five-pointed leaves which turn bright red or gold in autumn. A long, deep audible exhalation expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or similar.
2. The fifth letter of the English alphabet. A box made from thick cardboard, used for storing or transporting goods. Indefinite article, used before an initial consonant.
3. Notice, commercial. Shed, shelter. Pronoun.
4. A thin rectangular slab of baked clay or other material, used in overlapping rows for covering roofs. A person who acts on behalf of another person or group.
5. A cold dish of raw vegetables, served with a dressing. Untruth.
6. Written abbreviation for Saturday . To the smallest extent or degree.
7. Summit, ridge. To remove the skin, rind, outer covering, etc.
8. Ante meridiem. Look with difficulty or concentration at someone or something. Auxiliary verb that is used to form questions.
9. Roentgen. The blank space around the printed or written area on a page or sheet. The symbol for the chemical element vanadium.
10. Obtain money in return for labour or services. A covering for the hand made with a separate part for each finger.
1. The flesh of an animal used as food. Frighten.
2. Indefinite article, used before an initial consonant. To remove defensive or offensive capability from a country, army, etc. Indefinite article, used before an initial consonant.
3. Abbreviation for personal computer. Unpunctual. A title of respect used before a man's name.
4. Tag, ticket. The period of time that sometimes exists or happens.
5. A period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical. To make or become different in some respect.
6. Commerce. The female reproductive cell in animals and plants.
7. A short poem or other set of words set to music or meant to be sung. The fourth month of the year.
8. The symbol for indium. Otherwise. Negative.
9. A consonant. Joined together as a group. The symbol for the chemical element vanadium.
10. Hurry. To have a great attachment to and affection for.