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Across

2. an institution at the highest level of education where you can study for a degree or do research.

3. to a degree that is fairly good but not very good.

5. connected with the state, government or public affairs.

7. feeling or showing that you have little hope and are ready to do anything without worrying about danger to yourself or others.

9. a group into which animals, plants, etc. that are able to breed with each other and produce healthy young are divided, smaller than a genus and identified by a Latin name.

10. almost; not quite; not completely.

12. mathematics, especially as a subject in school.

13. a prize such as money, etc. for something that somebody has done.

15. existence.

17. to hold something firmly and use force in order to move it or try to move it towards yourself.

19. a place with many houses, shops/stores, etc. where people live and work. It is larger than a village but smaller than a city.

Down

1. a spoken or written statement that informs people about something.

4. pleasant to look at, especially in a sexual way.

6. to make a connection between people or things in your mind.

8. produced or practised without using artificial chemicals.

11. to demand that something happens or that somebody agrees to do something.

14. an extra amount of money that is added to a payment, especially to somebody’s wages or salary as a reward.

16. information, documents, etc. that show that something is true.

18. a US, Australian or New Zealand dollar; a South African rand; an Indian rupee.

20. enjoying harming others; morally bad and cruel.