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Letters On A Bounced Check Daily Themed Crossword – Wordle is a web-based word game developed by a Welsh software engineer to play with his partner during the COVID pandemic. The name “Wordle” is a play on the name of the engineer himself: Josh Wardle. Wardle published the game on his own website in 2021, primarily for the use of Wardle’s family. A month later, the game had 90 players, and a month later, 300,000 players. A week later, the number of daily players had grown to two million! The New York Times acquired Wordle in 2022 “for an undisclosed seven-figure price”.
The 1942 Disney classic “Bambi” is based on a book written by Felix Salten called “Bambi, Life in the Woods”. There is a documented phenomenon known as the Bambi Effect, where people become more interested in animal rights after watching the scene where hunters shoot Bambi’s mother.
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Caps are leather leggings that are worn when riding a horse. The purpose of the garment is to provide protection for the legs when riding through rough terrain, perhaps thick undergrowth. The name “chaps” comes from the Spanish word for leggings, which is “chaparejos” or “chaparreras”. The Spanish term comes from chaparro, a Spanish word that can be used for low-growing bushes.
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The Boxer breed (one of my favorites) originated in Germany. My first dog was a Boxer/Labrador mix, a wonderful combination. Our current family dog is a boxer/pug mix and is another beautiful animal.
“Double Fantasy” is an album released by John Lennon and Yoko Ono on November 17, 1980. Three weeks later, Mark Chapman shot and killed John Lennon in front of Lennon’s apartment building in New York.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format introduced by Adobe Systems in 1993. PDF documents can be shared between users and read by many different applications and platforms, making them more universal than documents saved by one specific program.
B’nai B’rith is a Jewish ministry that was founded in New York in 1843. “B’nai B’rith” is Hebrew for “Sons of the Covenant”.
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Jennifer Egan is a writer who grew up in San Francisco. Egan’s 2010 work The Goon Squad won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Commonly called a novel, The Goon Squad is structured in such a way that it is sometimes described as a collection of linked short stories.
The obverse of the US ten dollar bill features the image of Alexander Hamilton, the first US Secretary of the Treasury. As such, ten dollar bills are sometimes referred to as “Hamiltons”. Incidentally, the $10 bill is the only US currency in circulation with the portrait facing left. The back of the ten dollar bill features the US Treasury building.
The city of Decatur in central Illinois is known as the “Soybean Capital of the World.” The most famous resident of the city was Abraham Lincoln, and it was in Decatur that the future American president gave his first political speech.
The Chicago Bears were founded in Decatur, Illinois in 1919 and moved to Chicago in 1921. The Bears are one of only two NFL franchises in existence at the time of the NFL’s founding (the other being the Arizona Cardinals, also based in Chicago 1921).
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Our modern tennis evolved from a much older racquet sport known as tennis proper. Originally just called “tennis”, the older game was labeled “real tennis” when the modern version came to rule. Real tennis is played on a closed court, and the ball often bounces off the walls.
“Tyke” has been used playfully to describe a young child since at least 1902. Centuries before that, a tyke was a dick or a mixed-race, or perhaps a lazy or low-class man.
The book of Genesis is the first book in the Hebrew and Christian Bibles. Some of the main characters in the book are Adam and Eve, Noah, Moses and Abraham. “Genesis” is a Greek word meaning “genesis, creation”.
SimCity is a very smart computer game. Players build and develop cities and societies, creating the conditions needed for people (Sims) to settle in and thrive. SimCity was launched in 1989 and to this day is consistently ranked as one of the greatest computer games of all time.
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“OMG” is the speech in the lyrics for “Oh My Boze!” “Oh my God!” or any other G-word you might want to use…
Knish is a German and Eastern European snack made popular in the US by Jewish immigrants. Knish has a filling, often of mashed potatoes and minced meat, covered with dough that is baked or fried.
“Nada” is the Spanish word for “nothing”. “De nada” is literally translated from Spanish as “nothing” and is used to mean “you’re welcome” or “don’t mention”. The French have the same expression “de rien”, which also translates to “nothing” and is used in the same way.
The use of the words “zip” and “zippo” to mean “nothing” dates back to the early 1900s, when it was college slang for getting a zero on a test.
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The holiday in Christian tradition known as Epiphany falls on January 6. In some Spanish-speaking countries, Epiphany is known as “Día de los Reyes” and in others as “Día de Reyes” (Day of the Kings).
Slavic peoples are the majority in communities that cover over half of Europe. This large ethnic group is traditionally divided into three smaller groups:
For me, the most spectacular feature of Zion National Park in southwestern Utah is the magnificent Zion Canyon. The canyon cuts through the red Navajo sandstone and is truly a beautiful sight.
“Sapor” is another word for “taste, quality that can be tasted”. “Sapor” is Latin for “taste, taste”.
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According to tradition, Rome was founded by the twin brothers Romulus and Remus. The pair had a heated argument over who should be allowed to name the city, and Romulus struck Remus with a spade and killed him. And so “Rome” was born, perhaps instead of “Rema”!
Our word “palace” ultimately comes from the name of Rome’s Palatine Hill, “Mons Palatinus” in Latin. The original “palace” was the house of Augustus Caesar, which was located on the Palatine Hill.
In the game of chess, when the king is under imminent threat of capture, he is said to be “in check”. If the king cannot escape the checker, the game ends “checkmate” and the chess player loses. In the original Sanskrit game of chess, the king could actually be captured. Then a rule was introduced that required a warning to be given if a capture was imminent (today we announce a “check!”) to avoid an accidental and premature end to the game.
“Alibi” is the Latin word for “elsewhere” as in: “I claim to have been ‘elsewhere’ when the crime was committed, I have an ‘alibi'”.
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The highly successful hospital drama “Grey’s Anatomy” has been on television since 2005. The title is a reference to the series’ central character, Meredith Gray (played by Ellen Pompeo), as well as a reference to the classic human anatomy textbook commonly referred to as “Grey’s Anatomy”.
In the world of economics, the “trickle-down theory” refers to cutting taxes on businesses and the wealthy to stimulate the economy as a whole. The idea is that everyone benefits when businesses and the wealthy do well. um…
The economic policy promoted by the Reagan administration in the 1980s became known as “Reaganomics”. The policy had four main elements:
Sashay means to flaunt in a conspicuous manner. “Sashay” is an anglicized form of the French word “chassé”, a sliding step used in square dancing.
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L. Frank Baum wrote a series of books about the Land of Oz. Princess Ozma appears in all but the most famous one, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Something described as on the low is secret. The term “on a low level” is often abbreviated to “on the DL”, The same abbreviated term can also mean “on the disabled list” in sports.
The full title of Cervantes’ novel is “Inventive Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha”. In the story, Don Quixote is a retired country gentleman who leaves as a knight errant and is renamed Don Quixote of La Mancha. In his mind, he names a girl from a neighboring farm named Aldonza Lorenzo as his lady love and renames her Dulcinea del Toboso.
Snare drums are so called because they have a series of strings (snares) that run across the bottom surface of the drum. When the drum is struck, the snares vibrate against the lower head of the drum, producing a unique sound.
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Gonzo the Great is a character in “The Muppets”. Gonzo actually got top billing in the 1999 movie “Muppets from Outer Space.”
According to the Bible, Mount Sinai is the mountain where Moses was given the Ten Commandments. The biblical Mount Sinai is probably not the mountain in Egypt that has the same name today, although this is the subject of much debate. Egypt’s Mount Sinai has two developed routes to reach it