This is a new type of puzzle I've devised: the AnaCross. Nothing new under the sun and all, I'm sure someone has made one before, but I've never seen it.
The rules are pretty simple. At the end of each row is a pool of letters; those letters are the letters that go in that row of the crossword. Normal crossword rules apply, so every line of letters makes a real, English word; there are no proper nouns in the puzzle. All words can be found in Merriam-Webster.
There is, in many cases, more than one word that fits any given row, but there should only be one arrangement that completes every word.
For example, the first row contains a four letter word going across plus the first letter of two other words going down, and those six letters are some arrangement of "CGLOOS".
Note the no-computers tag: the use of anagram solvers is highly discouraged.