King Of Pop Crossword Clue 6 Letters

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THEME: “Karaoke Bars” — All clues follow the pattern [___ bars?] followed by the name of the singer or group. Here, “beats” refer to the “bars” of the music, or songs. So the answers are paragraphs that roughly relate to the word that precedes the clue “beats”:

King Of Pop Crossword Clue 6 Letters

King Of Pop Crossword Clue 6 Letters

Word of the Day: PIA(83D: Flag carrier to Karachi and Islamabad) — Pakistan International Airlines (Urdu: پاکستان بین فیلمہ ہواپیمای‎; Abbreviated PIA, Urdu: پی‌آی‌اہ‎) is a Pakistani-International Airline and the national flag carrier of Pakistan under the Administrative control of the Minister of Aviation, Government of Pakistan. Its central hub is Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport, while Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore and Islamabad International Airport serve as secondary hubs. (wikipedia)

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A little smarter than most of the dad joke themes we tend to get on Sundays, but only a little. The bar joke is cute, but the theme is thinned out in execution. The definition of “bar” just isn’t that stretchy, so many of these bars (in the clues) are of the same type (i.e. types that serve booze: wet, cash, single). In addition to the “?” the conceit is sometimes quite literal and other times a stretch. Abba’s song *is* cash, so [Cash bars?], “JAILHOUSE ROCK” is a song about prison, bingo … but Def Leppard’s song is not candy at all. I don’t really understand why she wants sugar poured on her (in the name of love), but I’m pretty sure it’s a metaphor. “WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS” is also a bit of a stretch because they’re not singing about the Olympics. So some clues are completely spot on, others less so. It feels uneven. Huge old white guy energy in these songs too. I mean, mostly great songs, but it’s All White, and with the notable exception of Robyn and Abba…dude city. Also, Robyn’s is really the only one that offers “bars” that are anything but modern (and that piece is over a decade old). Robyn also delivers the (probably) least known song (if I’m imagining a sort of prototypical NYTXW judging audience). His song will actually be the *best* song known to some younger people, but overall we’re in solid classic rock / oldies territory here. I know all these songs very well, but I think some of the younger solvers are not that familiar with the 40+ stuff (which is most of it). Demographic exclusion is the nature of the beast with such a theme. It would be cool if these weren’t all so demographic… ex, but at least these are mostly really classic, unlike some Rudy Vallee song about Yuba tuba or whatever the hell a few days ago. Anyway, I like the creativity and ambition of this theme, but in execution this just wasn’t for me.

DOW and TIDE (?) in the same puzzle is the worst. I had no idea how in the world flutes could be [high winds] until I finished and came back to think about it (musical instrument blowers, not weather type winds). The PAMELA / RAMA cross definitely gave me trouble, even though I’ve heard of both (59A: ___ Adlon, Emmy winner for “King of the Hill” / 50D: Vishnu’s seventh avatar). I just couldn’t remember the names or wasn’t sure about them. Before I came up with the theme, I thought for sure there was something thematic in the NE corner, ETCETC over CHACHA . I thought, “Are all angles like this? Six letters that are only three letters repeated? What’s that about?” It turns out that it’s nothing. Coincidence. No pattern. A strange single thing. Well. Until next week. Algae are similar to land plants in that they use photosynthesis to form sugars from light and carbon dioxide, but they differ in that they have a simpler anatomy and, for example, lack roots.

When dead plant matter accumulates in wetlands, it may not decompose completely due to lack of oxygen or acidic conditions. We are familiar with this in Ireland because this decaying matter can become peat, and we have many, many peat bogs around the country.

Our word “noon” which means “midday” comes from the Latin word “nona hora” which means “ninth hour”. In ancient Rome, the “ninth hour” was three in the afternoon. Over the centuries, traditions such as church prayers and midday meals have moved from 3 p.m. until 12 o’clock, so “noon” was understood as 12 o’clock.

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“Moana” is the 2016 animated film and the 56th Disney animated film. The title character is the daughter of a Polynesian chief who goes in search of the demigod Maui, hoping to save his people.

Artist Salvador Dalí wanted to make a splash in public. He was known to walk an anteater on a lead around Paris. He also brought Ant-Man on stage for an interview on The Dick Cavett Show in 1970.

Mauna Kea is a dormant volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, whose peak is the highest point in the entire state. Mauna Kea is actually the tip of a gigantic volcano rising from the sea floor.

King Of Pop Crossword Clue 6 Letters

Pate is a rich spreadable paste made from a mixture of ground meat and fat, to which various vegetables, herbs and spices can be added. The most famous version of the paste is pâté de foie gras, made from fattened goose liver (“foie gras” means “fatty liver” in French).

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The first television remote control was introduced by Zenith Radio Corporation in 1950. This remote control was hardwired to the television and was marketed as “Lazy Bones”. Personally, my first ‘remote control’ was a broomstick which I used to push large mechanical buttons that selected all three channels available on the east coast of Ireland at the time…

Pterodactyls were flying reptiles whose fossilized remains have been found mainly in limestone deposits in Bavaria, Germany. The now extinct pterodactyls lived in the late Jurassic period, about 150 million years ago. The term “pterodactyl” comes from the Greek words meaning “winged finger”).

1974’s “Carrie” was Stephen King’s first published novel. The title character is humiliated by a cruel prank during his high school prom, where he ends up covered in animal blood. This trauma leads to rage as Carrie slaughters her classmates and other residents of her hometown. At least that’s what I read. I’m not into horror…

Lon Chaney, Sr. played many crazy-looking characters in the days of silent films. He did much of his make-up work, developing the grotesque looks that became his trademark and earning himself the nickname “The Man of a Thousand Faces”. Most famous were his roles as the title characters in the films “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1923) and “The Phantom of the Opera” (1925).

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Atomism is a philosophical concept based on the idea that the physical world consists of atoms, indivisible basic units, bodies of matter. The term “atom” comes from the Greek words “a-” (not) and “tomos” (cut), where “atomos” means “uncut, indivisible”. The pioneers of ancient Greek atomism were Leukippos and his student Demokritos in the 5th century BC.

Amaretto is an Italian liqueur with a sweet almond flavor. Although the drink is sweet, the bitter almonds that are often used as a spice give it bitterness. The name “amaretto” is a diminutive of the Italian word “amaro”, which means bitter.

Tiramisu is an Italian cake. The name “tiramisu” translates from Italian to “pull me up” and is often translated into the English phrase “pick me up”.

King Of Pop Crossword Clue 6 Letters

NCIS is the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which investigates crimes within the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The service takes its name from the CBS-TV show “NCIS,” the follow-up drama to the “JAG” series that first introduced the main NCIS characters. The big star of NCIS is actor Mark Harmon. “NCIS” is now a franchise with spin-off shows “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “NCIS: New Orleans.”

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In practice, the cornerstone is the first stone laid during the construction of a masonry building. The cornerstone, also known as the foundation stone or foundation stone, determines the final location of the final structure, as all other stones are laid in relation to this first stone. For some time we have also used the term “cornerstone” in a ceremonial sense. A ceremonial cornerstone is placed in a prominent place at the corner of the wall and usually contains important information such as the date of construction and the names of the architect and builder.

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