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(4 Down) memoir (Noun) 1. pl. Personal reminiscences or records; esp. a narrative of events based on the writer's personal observations and experiences, such as an autobiography 2. A biography. 3. An essay on a scientific or scholarly topic. 4. pl. An account of the proceedings of a learned society. 5. A monograph.(Derives From: French, From Latin: memoria memory.) One modern example of a published memoir is, American television journalist, Sam Donaldson's, Hold On, Mr. President!, published in 1987.
(21 Down) NOUN floc a woolly fluffy mass of loosely aggregated material that forms in a liquid as a result of precipitation; the aggregation of suspended materials. The word is a shortening of flocculus. The word flocculus is defined as a mass of gas that appears as a dark or bright patch on the surface of the Sun. The word flocculus derives from the Latin floccus meaning "tuft of wool."
Did You Know? (40 Across) Winnie-the-Pooh is more than 80 years old! The beloved stuffed bear, Winnie-the-Pooh, was initially created as a storybook character by the English author, A. A. Milne. The book of the same name was published in 1926 and 80 plus years later retains its status as a popular favorite of children and adults, alike. The characters of Pooh and his friends: Christopher Robin, Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, and others are well known images in American culture.
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Easy Crosswords for Beginners: Links 001-100
Easy Crosswords Level 1: Links 101-200. These simple crosswords are slightly more difficult than puzzles #001-100, yet still quite easy.
Easy Crosswords Level 2, begin with puzzle number 201 and are slightly more difficult than puzzles 101-200.