Math, Math, Math

By Jens Tamang

CROSS
1. One of 52 in a deck
6. Respected
12. Mocker
13. “Coup d’____”
17. The Elizabethan for “truth”
18. The radius bone’s other
19. Number of people in an octet
21. The blue dye extracted from a mustard plant
22. Tooshy tissue, for short
23. Vagrants
24. It comes with al.
26. Adam’s gal
28. Ocular apparatus on your face
30. It comes in a pod
32. Summation serpent?
34. Math teachers ski down it?
37. Quaker grains
38. Helped
40. Popular military CBS show, with “The”
41. Computer or cell phone screen, for example
42. Washington, for short
43. Author of “The Death of Ivan Ilyich”

45. Hormone of the pituitary gland
46. Loving noise
47. Cat, en español
48. “__ and at ’em!”

49. Spielberg’s shark film
50. “You turn me
51. To entertain
53. Abr. Preceding ships’ names
55. To put a roof over one’s head, literally
57. “Hey square: ____ life!”
59. “
forth and multiply!”
60. What do you get when you combine an ex vice-president, math and music?
64. Multicultural cookie?
66. 12:00 p.m.
67. “___ diddy, diddy-dum, diddy-do”

68. A nutritional unit in Pirquet’s system of feeding
69. Latin: “That is; in other words…”

70. Land masses, abr.
72. Hindu fire god
74. Weisel who wrote “Night”
75. Burnt stuff
76. Ying’s boyfriend?
DOWN
1. What did the geometer say when I asked, “Why is your parrot so quiet?”
2. Iverson’s programming language
3. Rock opera dealing with AIDS
4. Curtain, or to lay over something
5. Why couldn’t Sin(x) get a loan?
6. “Stupid is __ stupid does”
7. What kind of math are cattle goodat?
8. Owl noise
9. At airports, they’re often delayed
10. Degree for a God Doctor
14. Eve 6’s “___ Me to the Bed Post”
15. Concurred
16. What did the math major say about the boys on the beach?
20. Abbr: gene cloning technique
25. Impart knowledge
27. “__ (x3) voom!”

29. To write again, on a computer
31. Glascow band
33. Prefix: two
35. Abbr: Ontario’s public broadcasting network
36. All religious geometers should be what?
39. The female of the “Animaniacs” trio
42. Small wooden rod
44. Averse
46. Active ingredient in (real) hot chocolate
47. Green light meaning?
52. Pole dancing celebration?
54. Mistress Agnes of King Charles VII of France
56. British “potty”

58. Hospital place
61. Tomato used in pasta sauces
62. Roman garb, or a party theme
63. Australian explorer Frank
65. Classical record label
71. Quieting sound
73. __ + 56 down = Eskimo ice house