Solutions to crossword for 4/11
|1||KOALA||Tree-hugging marsupial||1||KOCH||Right wing bros.|
|6||PPM||Metric for measuring carbon dioxide||2||OZ||A city greener than any on Earth|
|9||OZONE||Vulnerable layer||3||AORTA||Major artery|
|10||AA||Common battery type||4||LN||Log's cousin|
|11||C||Carbon, on the periodic table||5||AERO||Air, in Latin terms|
|12||R||The bane of new statisticians||6||P||Phosphorus, on the periodic table|
|13||RALLY||To come back from behind||7||PAL||In company context, Pay's best friend?|
|16||HOT||What the Earth is getting (according to science)||8||MAYDAY||A holiday and a call for help|
|18||ORE||Rock with extractable materials||14||AR||Pokémon GO, for example|
|19||D||When doubled, shorthand for a tabletop game||15||LEFT||Political proponents of Obama policies|
|20||IAH||H-town hub||17||OILRIG||Offshore climate changers|
|22||FAA||Institution of 20 and 34 across||21||HESS||Corporation popularized by children's truck|
|24||CL||Chlorine, on the periodic table||24||COAL||A contributer to 6-across' rise|
|25||EARTHY||Of the land||26||A||This is ___ clunky crossword design|
|28||ORCS||Middle Earth minions||27||RARE||How one's meat might be cooked|
|29||A||Larger version of 10 across||32||AP||Above-average curriculum, for short|
|30||AI||Tech of the future||33||WA||Northwestern state, in a postal code|
|31||STRAWS||Americans throw out 500 million every day|
|35||EPA||Govt. entity slowing being destroyed by Scott Pruitt|
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