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**(The contest is now closed. Congratulations to Rebecca W. and Carly R. Rebecca will receive an Intel web computer and Carly will receive chocolate from L. A. Burdick. Thanks to all who tried this crossword. We hope it was enjoyable.)

Sometimes it takes a little work to find the math. In the completed crossword grid, find 8 singular nouns with mathematical meaning. Each of the 8 mathematical terms has at least 5 letters, appears horizontally, and is split by a single black square. Send these 8 mathematical terms along with your contact information to girlsanglepuzzler “at” gmail.com. We will randomly draw from the correct answers received by midnight on October 1, 2013 to select a “winner” and send the winner a small prize. Girls’ Angle members will be put into a separate pool and have a chance to win an Intel web computer.

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Across

1. Hawaiian statue

5. MIT’s Tim

11. Grays

15. Kemeny and Kurtz’s language

16. Above the timberline

17. Simpson’s Burns

18. Brick

19. Traveled

20. Z and Ω

21. Reptile

22. Them’s opponent

24. It’s found over a portal

26. Tic-tac-toe side

27. Really understand

28. Feed the kitty

29. Dad

31. Location of the tallest building in the Western hemisphere

35. Less rough

38. Yale alum

39. City where Tao teaches

40. Card game that models a 4 dimensional affine space over

42. Put back in the oven

43. Word after time or washing

46. Edition or release (abbr.)

48. Typesetting software by Knuth

49. Where to find a surgeon

50. Drops on the grass

52. 1,000 and 1,000,000, briefly

54. “Poor baby!”

56. He directed Life of Pi

58. Tennis do-over

60. Entreat

63. 1 + 1 = 3 and 2 + 2 = 5

66. Young woman, sometimes

68. Six

69. Center of gravity

70. Bend light

72. She sees many red eyes

75. Latin and

76. Nest eggs

78. Charged particle

79. Sometimes follows home

80. Burning

82. Longest river in Italy

83. Semiconductor maker

86. Cosmos host

88. sin *s* / cos *s*

90. Scrabble 3-pointer

91. Butter substitute

92. Vest

94. Amorphous things

95. Winged stinger

96. In this place

97. Bird

Down

1. Voilà!

2. Exercise refreshment

3. Block

4. Mr. ChemCake, sometimes (see volume 4, number 4 of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin)

5. A French bread

6. __ Salvador

7. Interest rate for an entire year

8. String instrument

9. The last part of a story

10. Type in again

11. Ending for do, not, and change

12. Objective

13. Type of curve

14. It flew faster than sound

15. Sack

23. Black, Red, and Yellow, for example

25. Belief

27. Can precede up, out, and in

29. Green bullet

30. Work of a Constable

31. Office note

32. Winglike

33. Formerly Clay

34. It borders Ore.

36. Unifying idea

37. Superman’s nemesis

41. The smallest whole number that isn’t a single digit

44. The Leroy P. Steele Prize

45. Shocking creature

47. Steal

51. Betroth

53. Forms a Pythagorean triple with 24 and 25

54. Hotshot fighter pilots

55. Sharpen

56. Snoopy says it

57. Special cup

59. Follows green or iced

61. British title

62. Expulsion

63. Mistaken mistake?

64. Army equivalent of academia’s emer.

65. Remove

67. Plane on radar

71. Meat and peppers in cornmeal

73. After formal tie action

74. Kindly

77. Title for Nadal

80. God of war

81. Fosbury ___

83. Peacekeeper or Minuteman

84. Napoleon stayed here for 300 days

85. Less less?

86. Calf’s mom

87. Pie – mode connector

89. Short suite

93. Ciao

Good luck!

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