Puzzle of the Week #102 - Shadowbox

Chances are you've never met a Shadowbox puzzle before, as it is my own invention, so I'll explain how they work.

Despite looking like crosswords, they are logic puzzles rather than word puzzles, since you don't need to be familiar with any of the words, or know their meanings.

The idea behind the puzzles is actually very simple: you need to fit all of the listed words into the grid, in a crossword style (ie. all words reading left-right or downwards, forming a lattice, with black squares in between). However, you must construct the grid of black squares and letter squares as you go along, using just three very simple rules:

1: A grey squares means that the square will either become a black square, or else it will contain a vowel (A, E, I, O, U).

2: A white square will definitely contain a consonant.

3: The final pattern of black squares and letter squares will be symmetrical in horizontal, vertical and diagonal directions.

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