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Crossword Solver Solutions for: ?E?O
- (n.) A large and valuable fish of the Mackerel family, of the genus Scomberomorus. Two species are found in the West Indies and less commonly on the Atlantic coast of the United States, -- the common cero (Scomberomorus caballa), called also kingfish, and spotted, or king, cero (S. regalis).
- A style of design that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s; marked by stylized forms and geometric designs adapted to mass production
- Give an exhibition of to an interested audience; "She shows her dogs frequently"; "We will demo the new software in Washington"
- A visual presentation showing how something works; "the lecture was accompanied by dramatic demonstrations"; "the lecturer shot off a pistol as a demonstration of the startle response"
- (n.) An illustrious man, supposed to be exalted, after death, to a place among the gods; a demigod, as Hercules.
- (n.) A man of distinguished valor or enterprise in danger, or fortitude in suffering; a prominent or central personage in any remarkable action or event; hence, a great or illustrious person.
- (n.) The principal personage in a poem, story, and the like, or the person who has the principal share in the transactions related; as Achilles in the Iliad, Ulysses in the Odyssey, and Aeneas in the Aeneid.
- (n.) A gambling game, a variety of the game of lotto, played with balls or knobs, numbered, and cards also numbered.
- (trademark) a child's plastic construction set for making mechanical models
- (n.) A light open cotton fabric used for window curtains.
- Wife or mistress of Zeus and mother of Apollo and Artemis in ancient mythology; called Latona in Roman mythology
- A very dull article, speech, or book, which causes the reader or listener to rapidly lose interest; -- often used of involved discussions of a technical nature, especially in newspapers.
- Babylonian god of wisdom and agriculture and patron of scribes and schools
- (n.) A Roman emperor notorius for debauchery and barbarous cruelty; hence, any profligate and cruel ruler or merciless tyrant.
- (n.) Any fleshy fruit with a firm rind, as a pumpkin, melon, or gourd. See Gourd.
- (n.) A Spanish dollar; also, an Argentine, Chilian, Colombian, etc., coin, equal to from 75 cents to a dollar; also, a pound weight.
- Do over, as of (part of) a house; "We are remodeling these rooms"
- Make new; "She is remaking her image"
- Start over
- A city in western Nevada at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains; known for gambling casinos and easy divorce and remarriage
- (n.) A liliaceous plant (Calochortus Nuttallii) of Western North America, and its edible bulb; -- so called by the Ute Indians and the Mormons.
- (n.) An authoritative prohibition or negative; a forbidding; an interdiction.
- (n.) A power or right possessed by one department of government to forbid or prohibit the carrying out of projects attempted by another department; especially, in a constitutional government, a power vested in the chief executive to prevent the enactment of measures passed by the legislature. Such a power may be absolute, as in the case of the Tribunes of the People in ancient Rome, or limited, as in the case of the President of the United States. Called also the veto power.
- (n.) The exercise of such authority; an act of prohibition or prevention; as, a veto is probable if the bill passes.
- (n.) A document or message communicating the reasons of the executive for not officially approving a proposed law; -- called also veto message.
- (v. t.) To prohibit; to negative; also, to refuse assent to, as a legislative bill, and thus prevent its enactment; as, to veto an appropriation bill.
- The second largest of the four main islands of Japan; to the north of Honshu
- Ancient Greek philosopher who founded the Stoic school (circa 335-263 BC)
- Ancient Greek philosopher who formulated paradoxes that defended the belief that motion and change are illusory (circa 495-430 BC)
- (n.) A cipher; nothing; naught.
- (n.) The point from which the graduation of a scale, as of a thermometer, commences.
- (n.) Fig.: The lowest point; the point of exhaustion; as, his patience had nearly reached zero.