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2/19/2001 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   Relocates a file on the HD
6   1e-3 microamps
9   _____ Machine, in logic design
14 More or less vertical
15 Disposed
16 Ornamental coronet
17 Adder output
18 Equiripple filter response
20 Type of voltage unit
21 Display a radar target
22 Perceive with the eyes
23 Prepared a file for use
26 Distrust
29 Not toward
31 Antenna vendor in Cohasset, MA
35 Dilbert's female co-worker
38 Microelectronics manufacturer
41 _____ Gay, of WWII fame
42 Striplines have an even and an odd of this
43 Needlefish
44 Dejected
45 Checks for inputs
47 Highest mountain in Crete
48 Fishing rod add-ons
49 Pertaining to a style
51 Microwave frequency diode
53 Dropsy
56 Titan is its largest moon
60 Mineral spring
63 Main artery
65 Satellite position
66 Type of digital counter
69 Outmoded
71 FET terminal
72 Airline scheduling abbreviation
73 To drink deeply
74 Flip-flop input
75 Pewter
76 Object orientated programming term
1   Combination of keystrokes
2   Gain block IC
3   A piece of poetry
4   Organ of hearing
5   Firmament
6   Forerunner of NASA
7   Plant louse
8   Stenographer
9   Pigpen
10 Involuntary muscular contraction
11 Exclamations of surprise
12 Technical drawing structure
13 Overhanging lower edge of a roof
19 Units of heat
21 Personal Digital Assistant
24 DC-3 engine enclosure
25 Female sheep
27 Honey insect
28 Cosine/sine
30 Multi-element antenna
32 Rodent
33 12th month of the Jewish calendar
34 Edible roots
35 Volts divided by resistance
36 Spoils or plunder
37 Indolently
39 Deranged
40 Opposes thrust
46 Sorrowful
48 Sort of like DNA
50 Retrieve a file from the HD
52 World's only remaining superpower
54 Create a computer version of
55 Mountain ridge
57 The "U" in UHF
58 Staggers
59 Circuit connection points
60 Measure of a receiver's linear operating region
61 Free from contamination
62 Exclamation to express sorrow
64 System ____ in the Windows Task Bar
67 Falsehood
68 Antenna, abbr.
69 Relative power level unit
70 To be unwell

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