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2/3/2001 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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Note: A standard for crossword puzzles is when all words in a clue are capitalized, the solution is the abbreviation or acronym for that clue; e.g., Alternating Current = AC.

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle
1   Hex, square and castle are examples
5   Space-based guidance system
8   High-end mathematics software
14 Seaward
15 Method to seat engine valve
16 Juxtapose
17 Binary star system nearest to earth
19 Government program to bring electricity to farms
20 Professor's student instructor
21 Find the sum of
22 Front edge of a wing, abbr.
23 New Zealand parrot
25 Musical percussion instrument
27 Logic family
29 Raises the temperature
31 Automated test equipment
32 Trig function
34 Removed energy from a capacitor
36 Vendor of resistors
37 Racket
38 Tramp
39 Voyeur
41 Interstellar gas
45 Welt
47 Pronoun
48 Wreath of flowers
49 Temperature-dependent resistor
53 Separate article
54 Un-routed PCB layout line
55 Trap
56 Consumed
57 Exclamation to express sorrow
59 Fellow
60 Army-Navy spec
61 Causes radio static
64 Super glue, abbr.
65 Bolt mate
67 Engine electrical system
70 County of Colorado Springs, CO
72 No prefix
73 Midday
74 Small boat of the Far East
75 Tibetan gazelle
76 Monitor and TV tubes
1   NASA forerunner
2   Exploited
3   Attention
4   Posed
5   ____ Logic : devices that support DSP and microprocessor I/O
6   Precision radar, abbr.
7   Voltage impulses
8   Runner in a marathon
9   Monkey
10 Attenuator configuration
11 A mixer input
12 Sagacious
13 Sent a ray of light
18 ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount
24 Apiece
26 Worthless piece of cloth
28 European equivalent to the U.L.
29 Strike
30 Cavalry sword
32 Half a DIP
33 Wrath
34 Transistor configuration for high gain
35 Steal from
37 Light rays
40 Short for power
42 Intentionally kept concealed
43 Downwind side of sailboat
44 Direct a gun
46 Son of Isaac and Rebekah
47 Weeding implement
49 PCB conductors
50 Monetary unit of Saudi Arabia
51 Airline scheduling abbreviation
52 Irritating
53 Network department
56 Black bird
58 Crack
60 Old Indian coin
62 Unit of length
63 Taverns
66 World's only remaining superpower
68 Sticky substance
69 Type of RF connector
71 Half a world away from AM

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