Wednesday, February 19, 2014

A yellow light



25.    Point of sunrise,
White blood,
The vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge,
To bind,
An apparent or real oscillation of the moon,
By which parts of near the edge of the disc,
That often not visible from the Earth,
Sometimes come into view,
A wand, or rod,
Carried before a bishop or dean as an emblem of office,
Be very close or similar to,
True saying,
Of or denoting circles, arcs, or other shapes,
Which share the same centre,
Agreement,
Harmony.

26.    A system of symbols and rules for writing programs and,
Algorithms,
A part of a journey,
A hanging flap on a garment or a saddle,
Any interval except unison, an octave, a perfect fifth or fourth,
A major or minor third and sixth, or their octaves,
Unable to be attacked, questioned, or defeated,
Having clairvoyant powers,
A diagram showing electromagnetic interaction,
Between subatomic particles,
Pretend to be affected by,
Careful and prudent in one's speech or actions,
Especially so as to avoid giving offence or attracting attention,
The freedom to decide what should be done,
In a particular situation,
Individually, separate and distinct.

27.    Material that is forced or thrown out,
Especially as a result of volcanic eruption or meteoritic impact,
Of or relating to the,
Ancient Greek city of Elea in Southwest Italy,
Home to a 5th century school of philosophers that included,
Xenophanes, Parmenides and Zeno,
A distorted image which appears normal,
When viewed from a particular point,
With a suitable mirror or lens,
A method of approaching philosophical problems,
Through analysis of the terms in which they expressed,
Hard transculent fossilized resin,
Originated from extinct coniferous trees,
A yellow light used as a cautionary signal between,
Green for go,
And red for stop.

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