Find the common first two letters for a set of four words.

Do this for three sets and form a new word with the resulting six letters.

Puzzle Word: ______

Puzzle 1:

2 letters that start the following words:

DefinitionA hood or top of a carriage which can be thrown back at pleasure.__lash

DefinitionSee Calx.__lces

DefinitionOf or pertaining to capric acid or its derivatives.__pric

Definitionof Calm__lmed

Puzzle 2:

2 letters that start the following words:

DefinitionAn intensely radioactive metallic element found (combined) in minute quantities in pitchblende, and various other uranium minerals. Symbol, Ra; atomic weight, 226.4. Radium was discovered by M. and Mme. Curie, of Paris, who in 1902 separated compounds of it by a tedious process from pitchblende. Its compounds color flames carmine and give a characteristic spectrum. It resembles barium chemically. Radium preparations are remarkable for maintaining themselves at a higher temperature than their surroundings, and for their radiations, which are of three kinds: alpha rays, beta rays, and gamma rays (see these terms). By reason of these rays they ionize gases, affect photographic plates, cause sores on the skin, and produce many other striking effects. Their degree of activity depends on the proportion of radium present, but not on its state of chemical combination or on external conditions.The radioactivity of radium is therefore an atomic property, and is explained as result from a disintegration of the atom. This breaking up occurs in at least seven stages; the successive main products have been studied and are called radium emanation or exradio, radium A, radium B, radium C, etc. (The emanation is a heavy gas, the later products are solids.) These products are regarded as unstable elements, each with an atomic weight a little lower than its predecessor. It is possible that lead is the stable end product. At the same time the light gas helium is formed; it probably consists of the expelled alpha particles. The heat effect mentioned above is ascribed to the impacts of these particles. Radium, in turn, is believed to be formed indirectly by an immeasurably slow disintegration of uranium.__dium

DefinitionTo divide into branches or subdivisions; as, to ramify an art, subject, scheme.__mify

Definitionof Rase__sing

DefinitionOne of a religious sect which sprung up in 1645; -- called also Seekers. See Seeker.__nter

Puzzle 3:

2 letters that start the following words:

DefinitionIn a feeble manner.__ebly

Definitionof Feaze__azed

DefinitionOne who fars.__arer

DefinitionSame as Feria.__rial

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