OECD Observer crossword No.2 2015

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1 Sustainable development takes into account 6 Shrinking ice-cap 9 Farmland units 10 OECD's web ending 11 Published 13 Paine's "The Age of ___" 14 Popular summer vacation destination 17 Small time increments, for short 19 Word that goes with warming and economic growth 22 Slang term relating to Greece potentially leaving the Euro zone 25 Mature 27 Acorn or almond 28 Waterway 30 Lose skin in the summer sun 31 Playground equipment for use in summer, water ____   


1 Commodities sold to another country 2 European river 3 All spruced up 4 Continental coins 5 Serbian American engineer whose name is now associated with an electric car 7 Excavation find 8 Origin 12 Ban Ki-moon is its Secretary General 15 Environmental watchdogs, for short- in the USA 16 European mountain 18 Greek island popular for summer tourists 20 Construct 21 Tourist's digital photo 22 Econ. indicator 23 French street 24 Australian island, for short 25 Heyerdahl craft or North African music genre: also popular in Paris 26 Lt.'s subordinate 29 Netherlands internet address 

©OECD Observer 303 September 2015


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