Blood Typing Letters Nyt Crossword
Blood Typing Letters Nyt Crossword – Today’s grid includes four sets of letters framed in the shape of CHAIRS. The names of MUSICIANS are written in those letters.
A parable is a story told to illustrate a lesson or principle. It is similar to a fable, it differs in that animals are used as heroes in a fable, and people are used in a fable.
Blood Typing Letters Nyt Crossword
Tama Janowitz is an American writer. Janowitz was born in San Francisco but lived most of his life in New York. In New York, he hung out with the likes of Andy Warhol and became widely known in literary circles. His most famous work is the collection of short stories “Slaves of New York”, which was made into a film of the same name in 1989.
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Nero was the emperor of Rome in AD. 54-68 and had quite a family life. When he was only 16, Nero married his half-sister, Claudia Octavia. His mother and half-brother were also executed.
Sir Ian McKellen is a wonderful English actor who is comfortable playing everything from Macbeth on stage to Magneto in X-Men. On the big screen, McKellen is best known for playing Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings. In the UK, Sir Ian is best known for being at the forefront of the campaign for equal rights for gay people, a role he enthusiastically embraced from the Eighties onwards.
Ian McEwan is an English novelist who has written well-received novels. His most famous work of recent years, I would say, is Atonement, which benefited from the success of a fabulous movie released in 2007.
Skee-Ball is an arcade game where you roll balls down a ramp in an attempt to “jump” it into hoops for different points. The game was first introduced in Philadelphia in 1909.
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Miami University was founded in 1809 in Oxford, Ohio. The school is named for its location in the Miami Valley in the southwest of the state.
A lollipop is a piece of candy on a stick. The name “Lollipop” appeared in 1908 and was taken from a popular racehorse of the time called Lolly Pop.
The word “yen,” meaning “urge,” has been in English since the early 1900s. It comes from an earlier Chinese import, “yin,” which was used in English to describe an intense craving for opium.
“Bye Bye Bye” is a 2000 hit song recorded by the boy band NSYNC. It was originally written for another boy band, the English group 5ive, but they passed it on.
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Wasabi peas are peas that have been roasted and then coated in wasabi powder mixed with sugar, salt and oil. They make a crunchy snack that is my favorite…
The Allen wrench (or “Allen Wrench” as we call it back in Ireland) is a successful brand of hex wrench that was trademarked in 1943 by the Allen Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. However, the hex key actually existed in the mid to late 1800s.
“Carpe diem” is a quote from Horace, one of the leading lyricists of ancient Rome. “Carpe diem” is Latin for “seize the day” or “enjoy the day.” The procrastinator’s satirical motto is “carpe mañana”, which translates to “seize tomorrow”.
“Asana” is a Sanskrit word that literally translates to “sitting.” Asanas are the postures that a yoga practitioner assumes. The most famous is the lotus position, the cross pose called “padmasana”.
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Neopets.com is a website where you can have a virtual pet. I wouldn’t worry if I were you…
The Greenpeace environmental organization was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Amsterdam. The organization is known to use naval vessels in some of its campaigns. The most famous of these vessels was the refitted fishing vessel Rainbow Warrior. The original Rainbow Warrior was known for interfering with whaling, radioactive waste dumping and nuclear testing. In response to the latter, the French government secretly bombed the ship while it was in the port of Auckland, New Zealand. A Dutch freelance photographer died in that bombing.
“Pele” is the nickname of Edson de Nascimento, a soccer player who used the name “Pele” for most of his life. Pele is now retired and for my money was the best player to ever play the world game. He is the only person to have been a member of three World Cup winning teams (1958, 1962 and 1970) and is a national treasure in his native Brazil. One of Pele’s nicknames is “O Rei do Futebol” (King of Football).
In Latin, the word midwife is “midwife”. “Midwifery” is more literally translated as “one who stands in front of” that is, in front of a woman giving birth. From the Latin term comes our modern word “obstetrics,” which is used for the branch of medical science dealing with childbirth.
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A defamation is a false statement designed to defame someone or something. Unfortunately, slander during elections is quite common…
Whether the earlobe is free or attached is an example of genetic dominance. The dominant gene requires free ear lobes and the recessive gene requires attached. Among cultural groups, the Japanese and Chinese have a relatively high incidence of attached earlobes, at about 65% of the population.
“Weird Al” Yankovic is a singer-songwriter known for writing and performing parodies of popular songs. Of the 150 or so such songs, the most famous are probably “Eat It” (a parody of “Beat It” by Michael Jackson) and “Like a Surgeon” (a Madonna parody of “Like a Virgin”).
In the mafia, the don is the head of the family, someone who can hit, kill.
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The “official” name for the conditions we sometimes still call attention deficit disorder (ADD) is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Ayn Rand was a Russian-American novelist born “Alyssa Rosenbaum”. Two of his most famous works are the 1943 novels “Shrvanglukh” and 1957’s “Atlas Shrugged”. Back in 1951, Rand moved from Los Angeles to New York. He soon gathered around him a group of admirers, with whom he discussed philosophy and shared plans for his magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged. This group called itself The Collective, and one of the founding members was none other than future Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Rand described herself as “right-wing” politically, and both she and her novel Atlas Shrugged became an inspiration to American conservatives, and Thayer in particular.
Boyz II Men is an R&B vocal trio from Philadelphia that began in 1988. The original lineup of BOYZ II Men included a fourth member, Michael McCurry. McCurry left the band in 2003 due to chronic back pain. Boyz II Men’s 1992 hit “End of the Road” spent an astonishing thirteen weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard charts, breaking the record of 11 weeks held by Elvis Presley’s “Hound Dog” since 1956.
Sno-Caps are a brand of candy usually only available at movie theaters. Sno-caps have been around since the 1920s, would you believe it?
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We use the spelling “whiskey” for the American and Irish versions of the drink, and “scotch” for the Scottish version.
When we run a “tab” in the bar, we run a “tabulation” – our debt list. Such usage of “tab” is American slang that originated in the 1880s.
The Raven is a narrative poem by Edgar Allan Poe about a student who has lost the love of his life, Lenore. A raven enters a student’s bedroom and sits on a bust of Pallas. The raven can speak, to the student’s surprise, but says nothing but the word “never” (“The Raven, “Nevermore”). As the student questions every aspect of his life, the crow taunts him with the same comment, “never again.” Ultimately, the student decides that his soul is trapped under the raven’s shadow and needs to be lifted up “no more.”
“Cacaphony” is such a beautiful word used to describe a harsh or jarring sound. The term is derived from the Greek words “kakos” (bad) and “telephone” (voice).
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In Internet terms, latency is the response delay due to network latency. For example, we may experience a delay when streaming video.
The emo music genre originated in Washington, D.C. in the 80s and got its name from “emotional hardcore”. “Emo” is also the name given to a related subculture. Not my cup of tea…Today’s grid includes several BLANK squares. Each blank square can be filled with one specific letter so that the crossword answers remain legal words. Reading from top to bottom, those letters are spelled SPACE OUT.
In the telecommunications world, the original LTE stands for long-term evolution and is a standard for wireless broadband communications. In general, LTE improves broadband speed. As I understand it, LTE technology allows a 3G network to perform almost as well as a true 4G network, and that’s why LTE is sometimes marketed as 4G LTE, even though it’s really “3G plus”.
“Schmo” (also “shmo”) is American slang for a boring or boring person and comes from the Yiddish word “shmok”.
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“Nib” is a Scots version of the Old English “neb”, both meaning “bird’s beak”. This use of “coil” as a beak begins