||Egg yolks, sugar, and wine beaten until think
and served hot or cold.
||Impure cobalt oxide used to produce blue enamel
and to make smalt (deep blue paint and pigment made by pulverizing glass,
cobalt oxide, and. ).
||1. Full-bosomed. 2. Ample figure (Yiddish).
||Son of Zeus and Persephone who was slain by
the Titans and returned as Dionysius.
||A powerful, family-controlled Japanese combine.
||The commercial and financial community of Japan.
||Cycads having thick, mostly underground trunk
and palmy leaves.
||1. An official in pre-colonial India assigned
to collect land taxes for his district. 2. A native landholder in British
colonial India responsible for collecting and paying to the government
taxes on the land under his jurisdiction.
||Curves down at the ends.
||1. Heel-stamping in Spanish flamenco. 2. Heel-stamping
||Languages in southern Mexico.
||1. An enclosure of bushes or stakes protecting
a campsite in N. W. Africa.2. A campsite or village so protected.
||A chalice-like holder for hot coffee, typically
made of ornamented metal (middle East).
||Hatchet-like tool for cutting and dressing roofing
||domesticated humped Asiatic bovine with large
||Dried rhizome of curcuma.
||Corn protein used in plastics, coatings and
||Soviet labor camp inmate.
||Elected local administrative council in Czarist
||Part of the house in India and Pakistan reserved
for the women.
||Entire body of Zoroastrian sacred writings.
||Amphion's twin brother.
||Construction in which a word is used to govern
two or more words, often so that its use is grammatically correct with
only one of them.
||Thick, lustrous fabric of wool and other animal
hair. Has a silky nap.
||A civet cat.
||One of a pair of metal cymbals attached to the
||1. Pleasantly stimulating. 2. A zingy gown.
||The tassels of thread on the four corners of
Jewish prayer gowns.
||Gray, brown, or pink, used in ornamental stonework.
||Plant dispersed by animals.
||Bacteria that form gelatinous colonies.
||1. A cell having independent movement within
a living organism, such as a spermatozoan. 2.. A microscopic colony animal.
||1. Attribution of animal qualities to a god.
2. Use of animal forms in symbolism, literature, or graphic representation.
||Sea anemone or sponge that remains attached
to a surface and superficially resembles a plant.
||A disease such as malaria or rabies that can
be transmitted to man.
||Surgical transfer of tissue from an animal to
||A mobile, flagellated, asexual spore.
||Flat straw or leather sandal.
||African mammal resembling the skunk.
||1. Belt or girdle. 2. Herpes zoster
||1. French Algerian infantry unit. Colorful uniforms,
precision drilling. 2. Civil War copy.
||Catholic skullcap, like a biretta.
||An ion carrying both a positive and a negative
||Cajun music combining elements of French dance
music, Caribbean music, and the blues. Played on a washboard, a guitar,
and an accordion.
||One of two usually paired processes of a vertebrate
that articulate with corresponding parts of adjacent vertebrae.
||Having two toes projecting forward and two toes
projecting backward. A zygodactyl bird.
||1. A zygomatic bone. 2. The zygomatic arch.
3. The zygomatic process.
||e.A small quadrangular bone forming part of
the orbit and part of the zygomatic arch.
||The bony arch that extends along the side of
front of the skull beneath the orbit.
||Any of the three processes that articulate to
make up the zygomatic arch.
||The inactive protein precursor of an enzyme.