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Advice Crossword Clue 7 Letters – Dow Jones & Company was founded as a publishing house in 1882 by three newspaper reporters, Charles Dow, Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser. Today, the company’s most famous publication has to be “The Wall Street Journal”. In 1884, Charles Dow began reporting the average dollar value of the stocks of eleven companies, an index that spawned many of the metrics that carry the Dow Jones name to this day. The most popular of these metrics is the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), also known as the “Dow 30” or simply “the Dow.”
Eugene Levy is a Canadian actor. He is the only actor to have appeared in all of the “American Pie” films. Levy plays the naive, but loving father.
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The New York Islanders are an NHL team, one of three such franchises in the New York City area (along with the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers). When the team was founded in 1972, it was designated as the “Long Island franchise”, and was expected to be named the Long Island Ducks, but the “New York Islanders” would be.
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When typing by touch, the typewriter allows four fingers of each hand to return to the eight keys in the center of the keyboard. These “home keys” for the left hand are A-S-D-F, and for the right hand are J-K-L-; (semicolon).
“Touché” is a word from a fence, a person who acknowledges a successful “touch” in a duel. The usage has been extended to mean that a successful criticism or riposte hits home in a conversation.
The University of California, Berkeley (Cal) is the most difficult public university to get into in the world. It was opened in 1869, and is named after the Anglo-Irish philosopher George Berkeley.
23 Do you shed a shiny cloth, like a pet? : GOES ON THE LAMÉ (from “goes on the lam”)
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Lamé is a fabric with metal fibers embedded in the weave. It is a popular fabric for stylish evening wear, and for fencing. The metal fibers are conductive so they help register the touch of the épée.
To be on the lam is to escape, to escape from prison. “On the lam” is an American slang that originated in the late 19th century. The word “lam” also means “beat” or “thrash”, like “lambaste”. So “on the lam” may be derived from the phrase “to hit it, to scratch it”.
Mount Etna on the island of Sicily is the largest of the three active volcanoes in Italy, and the largest volcano in Europe. Etna is about 2 1/2 times larger than its equally famous sister, Mount Vesuvius. Mt. Etna is home to a 110 km long narrow gauge railway, and two ski resorts. He is sometimes referred to as “Mongibello” in Italian, and “Mungibeddu” (sometimes “Muncibeddu”) in Sicilian. The English word “Etna” comes from the Greek word “aitho” which means “I eat”.
Alan Turing was an English mathematician. He was highly regarded for his codebreaking work during WWII at Bletchley Park in England. However, despite his contribution to ending the German secret system and other important works, Turing was arrested for homosexuality in 1952. She agreed to chemical castration, female hormone therapy, and two years later killed herself by taking cyanide. Turing’s life story is told in the 2014 film “The Role Playing Game” starring Benedict Cumberbatch. I really enjoyed this movie…
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The word “Attaché” is a French word that literally means “attached”, and is used for a person assigned to the administrative staff of a particular agency or other service. This term is well known as it applies to a person assigned the job of Ambassador at the embassy. The word was extended to “paste case” in the early twentieth century, meaning a leather case used to carry papers. I think the attaché case may be “attached” to the attaché at the embassy…
Ana Gasteyer is an actress best known for being a cast member of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) from 1996 to 2002. Gasteyer rose to fame on SNL for playing Martha Stewart … topless!
The Roman Colosseum was the largest theater in the entire Roman Empire during its time, and could seat up to 50,000 people. The building was originally called “Amphitheater Flavium” but the name changed to “Colosseum” after a large statue of Emperor Nero was located nearby.
An axel is a forward jump in figure skating. The maneuver was first performed by Norwegian Axel Paulsen at the 1882 World Figure Skating Championships.
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The word “Passé” is a French word that means “past, faded”. We have imported this word into English, and we use it in the same way.
The word “yen”, which means “urge”, has been around in English since the early 1900s. It comes from the earlier word “yin” taken from China, which was used in English to describe a strong craving for opium.
The term “spam”, used for unsolicited email, is taken from the “Monty Python” sketch. In the drawing (which I saw) the conversation is taken from the word Spam, a play on the glut of tinned meat in British markets after WWII. So “spam” is used for a flood of e-mails that take over an Internet connection. I can just imagine silly internet types (like me) using something out of a “Monty Python” sketch to describe an online phenomenon…
A parabola is almost a u-shaped curve. Parabolic mirrors have cross sections that are parabolic curves. Such mirrors have the characteristic that the light from the focal point of the parabola leaves the mirror as a collimated beam.
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Pâté is a rich spreadable dough made from a mixture of minced meat and fat to which various vegetables, herbs and spices may be added. The most popular version of the paste is pâté de foie gras, made from fattened goose livers (“foie gras” means “fatty liver” in French).
In his day, Attila the Hun was the most feared enemy of the Roman Empire, until he died in 453 AD. Attila was the leader of the Hunnic Empire of central Europe and was famous for invading much of the continent. However, he did not attack Rome directly.
The word “Corral” is a Spanish word that we brought into English to describe an enclosure for livestock. Finally, the word comes from the Vulgar Latin “currale” meaning “cart enclosure”, itself from currus, the Latin word for “cart”.
Cylindrical pasta is commonly known as “pen”, and there are many varieties. For example, ziti is a particularly large and long tube with square ends. The word “Penne” is the plural of “penna”, Italian for “feather, quill”.
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Pluto is Mickey Mouse’s pet dog, and a star in his own right. Pluto is an unusual Disney character in that he is portrayed as a dog as opposed to a “humanized” version of a dog, like other Disney characters.
The game of miniature golf originated in the early 1900s. The term “putt-putt” is widely used in the sport today in the US. The name comes from the Putt-Putt Fun Center series of courses that were founded in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 1954. Putt-Putt courses are actually spartan compared to real golf courses which often have a theme. However, the words “putt-putt” and “miniature golf” have been associated over time.
Our word “cabana” comes from the Spanish “cabaña”, a word that means a small hut or cabin. We often use the word to describe a tent-like structure near a lake.
“King Tut” is a name often used for the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun. Tutankhamun may not have been the most important of the pharaohs historically, but he is very famous today mainly because of the discovery of his nearly complete tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter. Before this discovery, any Egyptian tombs excavated by archaeologists were destroyed by grave robbers. Tutankhamun’s magnificent burial mask is one of the most recognized of all Egyptian artefacts.
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The most famous film of the film director Wes Anderson is probably “The Royal Tenenbaums” which was released in 2001, and it is not my favorite film at any time. However, it is Anderson’s 2007 release “The Darjeeling Limited”, which I enjoyed.
Traditionally, a chaperone (usually a “chaperon” in Britain and Ireland) was a woman who accompanied an unmarried lady in public, and the word “conductor” comes from France. The French word was used to mean “hood, cow” going back to the 12th century, a diminutive of “chape” meaning “cape”. Therefore, our word “chaperone” has the same roots as our words “cape” and “cap”. The idea is that a chaperone “covers” a vulnerable person in society.
The verb “vet” comes from the word “veterinarian”. The idea is to examine something carefully, like a vet examining an animal.
Dame Maggie Smith is a beautiful, beautiful actress from England. Although Smith has worked mainly on the stage, he is perhaps best known outside Britain as a film and television actor. She won two Oscars, including Best Actress for playing the title character in 1969’s “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.” TV audience