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Blood Typing Letters Crossword Clue – The circled letters in the grid contain “A LOT” of letters, and these letters are unpacked as we move down the grid:
The great French philosopher René Descartes coined the famous statement in Latin, “Cogito ergo sum”. It translates to “Je pense, donc je suis” in French and “I think, so I am” in English. Anything related to the philosophy of Descartes can be described by the adjective “Cartesian”.
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An imam is a Muslim leader, and often the person in charge of a mosque and/or perhaps a Muslim community.
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The Qur’an is also known as “Quran” and “Quran” in English. “Quran” transliteration of the Arabic name for the holy text of the Muslim religion. The literal translation of “Quran” is “text”.
A vaccine used to be a modified virus injected into a person to stimulate the immune system to develop immunity, until mRNA vaccines were introduced to combat Covid-19. British doctor Edward Jenner developed the first vaccine to inoculate people with the cowpox virus to prevent smallpox. The word “vaccination” comes from the Latin “vaccinus” meaning “from cows”, “vacca” being translated as “cow”.
Erin Moran was an actress best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on “Happy Days” and the resulting (briefly) spin-off sitcom “Johnny Loves Aunt”. Long before she got her big break in “Happy Days,” Moran played Jenny Jones in the late-Sixties children’s drama “Daktri.”
Scott Baio is the actor who played Aunt Arcola in the great sitcom “Happy Days” and the not-so-great spin-off “Johnny Loves Aunt.” Bio also played the title role in a later sitcom called “Charles in Charge”. Early in her career, she played another title role, in the 1976 film “Bugsy Malone”, opposite a young Jodie Foster.
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International House of Pancakes (IHOP) was founded in 1958. IHOP was originally going to be called IHOE, International House of Eggs, but the name didn’t do too well in marketing tests.
A girl is a young woman, and often a woman of noble birth. The word “damsel” came into English from the Old French “damiselle,” which had the same meaning. The modern French word is “damoiselle”, which in turn is related to the address “mademoiselle”.
“DMX” and “Dark Man X” are stage names used by rap artist Earl Simmons. DMX’s biggest hit is “Party Up (Up Here)” released in 1999 (I know that song!). DMX seems to be in a lot of trouble with the law, so terrible…
The word “spa” migrated to English from Belgium, because “spa” is the name of a municipality in the east of the country famous for its hot springs. The name “spa” comes from the Walloon word “espa” meaning “spring, fountain”.
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Originally, lotto was a type of card game, with “lotto” being Italian for “lot.” We’ve used “lotto” to mean a game of chance since the late 1700s.
India Pale Ale (IPA) is a style of beer that originated in England. The beer was originally produced for transport from England to India, hence the name.
There was an old American version of the English children’s song “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” (ee-ee-ee-ee-o) dating back to the days of WWI. The first line of the old US version is “Old McDougal had a farm in Ohio-I-O”.
King Harald V ascended the throne of Norway in 1991 when his father, King Olav V, died. European royal houses are famously “civilized”, so King Harald V of Norway is in the line of succession to the throne of England (albeit around number 60).
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Aloe vera is a succulent plant that grows in relatively dry climates. The leaves of the plant are full of biologically active compounds that have been extensively studied. Aloe vera has been used in herbal medicine for centuries, mainly for the topical treatment of wounds.
JRR Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” is the second best-selling novel of all time, with only “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens selling more copies worldwide. Remarkably, I think, the third best selling novel is “The Hobbit”, which was also written by Tolkien.
The plant known as okra is mainly grown for its edible green pods. The pods are said to resemble “ladies’ fingers”, an alternative name for the plant. Okra is known as “Ngombo” in Bantu, a name that can give us the word “gumbo”, the name of a South Louisiana stew that includes okra as a main ingredient.
In its broadest sense, the word “helm” describes a ship’s steering mechanism, including the rudder and tiller. In a more specific sense, the helm is the handle, tiller or wheel used to control the steering gear.
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Dry rot is a fungal infection that causes wood to rot as the fungus digests the parts of the wood that give it strength and structure. Despite the name, dry rot requires the presence of some moisture to develop. Wet rot is a similar condition, but one requiring higher humidity.
Even in my day, a cameo role was more than a small appearance in a film (or other artistic piece). For the appearance to be a cameo, the actor had to play himself, and be instantly recognizable. It is easy to see the etymology of the word with this meaning, as a cameo brooch is one with a recognizable carving of a person’s silhouette. Nowadays, a cameo is any minor role played by a famous or well-known actor, regardless of the character played.
Miso is the name of the dish that makes miso soup. The basic miso seasoning is made by fermenting rice, barley and soybeans to form a paste with salt and a fungus. The paste can be added to stock to make miso soup, or perhaps to flavor tofu.
Anna Gunn is an actress from Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is best known for playing Skylar White on the TV show “Breaking Bad.”
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Mothra is a giant worm-like monster that made its big screen debut in the 1961 film “Mothra”. Mothra appears frequently in the “Godzilla” films.
The tuba is the lowest of all brass instruments, and one of the most recent additions to the modern symphony orchestra (usually an orchestra line-up includes only one tuba). “Tuba” is Latin for “trumpet, horn”. Om-pah-pah…
Lice (singular “lice”) are tiny wingless insects, of which there are thousands of species. There are three types of lice that affect humans, namely head lice, body lice and genital lice. Most lice feed on dead skin found on the host animal’s body, although some feed on blood. Ick…
The phrase “pet peeve”, meaning “that which provokes the most”, seems somewhat ironic. A “peeve” is a source of irritation, and the adjective “pet” means “especially loved”.
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Techno is a type of electronic dance music that originated in Detroit in the eighties. Techno usually involves a heavy beat, and what seems to be a lot of repetition. not for me…
A classic dish called quiche is made with eggs (“oeufs” in French). Although quiche is inextricably linked to French cuisine, the name comes from “kuchen”, the German word for “cake”. A variation called “Quiche Lorraine” includes bits of smoked bacon as an ingredient.
“Out of the Blue” is a double album released in 1977 by ELO. All the tracks were written by band leader Jeff Lynne in just three weeks in a rented chalet in the Swiss Alps. A creative environment, I guess…
Seiko Epson is a Japanese company, and one of the largest manufacturers of printers in the world. The company has its roots in the watch business, roots that go back to 1942. Seiko was selected as the official timer for the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo and was asked to supply a timer that produced a printed record. This request brought Seiko into the printer manufacturing business. The company developed the world’s first mini-printer for the 1964 Games and called it the EP-101 (with “EP” for electronic printer). In 1975 Seiko introduced the next generation of EP printers called EPSON, from the “SON of EP”. cute, huh?
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“Get On Up” is a 2014 film about the life of soul singer James Brown, portrayed by Chadwick Boseman. Mick Jagger is one of the film’s producers, and appears on screen as a character (played by Nick Eversman).
Tabbouleh is a Middle Eastern dish made with olive oil, lemon juice and salt, along with tomatoes, and chopped parsley, mint, bulgur and onion. The name “tabbouleh” comes from the Arabic “tabeel” meaning “spices”. I love tabbouleh…
The town of Eton in Berkshire, England is home to the world-famous Eton College. The original settlement of Eton was located on an island surrounded by the River Thames, and the name “Eton” means “settlement on an island. A stream on one side of the island became polluted about 200 years ago, but was cleared in 2019. was done so that Eton would once again qualify as an island.