From Planet X
1. Robert J. Samuelson 2. A state of health. 3. state 4. a heart condition. 5. Social position; rank. 6. Compatibility is a condition of a successful marriage. 7. One that restricts or modifies another; a qualification. 8. Conditions in the office made concentration impossible. 9. The dependent clause of a conditional sentence. 10. A proposition on which another proposition depends; the antecedent of a conditional proposition. 11. A provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent on the occurrence of an uncertain future event. 12. The event itself. 13. An unsatisfactory grade given to a student, serving notice that deficiencies can be made up by the completion of additional work. 14. Disposition; temperament. 15. To make dependent on a condition or conditions. 16. To stipulate as a condition. 17. To render fit for work or use. 18. had to condition herself to long hours of hard work; conditioned the troops to marches at high altitudes. 19. To air-condition. 20. To give the unsatisfactory grade of condition to. 21. To cause an organism to respond in a specific manner to a conditioned stimulus in the absence of an unconditioned stimulus. 22. To replace moisture or oils in (hair, for example) by use of a therapeutic product.