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Newt Crossword Clue 3 Letters – Gal Gadot is an actress and former Miss Israel. She played Gisele Yashar in the “Fast & Furious” film franchise, and then began portraying Wonder Woman in superhero films.
“Wonder Woman” is a 2017 film starring Gal Gadot as the superhero title character. It is listed by many as one of the best superhero movies of all time. Gadot previously played Wonder Woman, in the 2016 film “Batman v Superman”.
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Radishes are edible root vegetables commonly cultivated for use in salads. Radishes are also used by gardeners as companion plants because the scent released can deter pests such as aphids, ants and cucumber beetles.
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The elastic cord is also known as a bungee cord, called a shock cord. The term “bunga” probably comes from Britain where it was schoolboy slang for “rubber eraser”, and is probably derived from the words “bouncy” and “spongy”.
The first bungee jump using the modern latex cord came from the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, England. It was an illegal jump, and all five jumpers were arrested soon after they “hit” the ground.
In the United States, pastrami was originally called “pastrama,” and was a dish brought to America by Jewish immigrants from Romania in the second half of the nineteenth century. The original name may have originated from the Turkish word “pastirma” meaning “pressed”. “Pastrama” probably bore “pastrami” under the influence of the name of the Italian sausage known as salami.
Gout is caused by an increase in uric acid levels in the blood. As a result of the high concentrations, the uric acid can crystallize out in tissues and cause great discomfort. What we call gout occurs when the crystals are deposited in the big toe. Gout is sometimes called “the disease of kings” or “the disease of the rich man”, as it is associated with a traditionally opulent diet.
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38 With 41-Across, a classic love song recommended by the ends to 18-, 24-, 50-, and 60-Across : PIECE OF … 41 See 38-Across : … MY HEART
“Piece of My Heart” is a 1967 song first recorded by soul singer Erma Franklin, Aretha Franklin’s older sister. The song is a classic, and has been successfully covered many times by the likes of Janis Joplin (as a singer with Big Brother and the Holding Company), Dusty Springfield and Faith Hill.
Alta ski resort is located within the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Area. The resort’s first ski lift opened in 1939. Today, Alta is one of three ski resorts in the country that bans snowboarding (along with Deer Valley, Utah and Mad River Glen, Vermont). Snowbird ski resort, located near Alta, has been in operation since 1971.
In Arthur C. Clarke’s “Space Odyssey” (adapted for the big screen as “2001: A Space Odyssey”) the computer system that went rogue was called HAL 9000, or simply “HAL”. HAL stands for “heuristically programmed algorithmic computer”. Although Clarke denied it, a good argument can be made that the acronym HAL is a genuine reference to IBM, a major player in the computer world at the time of the novel’s publication (1968). The acronym HAL is simply a one-letter translation of the initials “IBM”.
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The vast Asian country of India takes its name from the Indus River. The name “Indus” in turn comes from the Sanskrit “Sindhu” which can be translated as “trembling water body”. India is the second most populous country in the world (after China), and the most populous democracy.
Artie Shaw was a jazz composer, bandleader and clarinetist. Shaw’s real name was Arthur Jacob Arshawsky, born in New York City in 1910. One of his many claims was that he hired (white bandleader) Billie Holiday (black singer) and gave toured the segregated South in the late thirties. Holiday chose to leave the band however, due to hostility from the Southern audience back then. Artie Shaw was married a total of eight times. His list of wives includes actresses Lana Turner and Ava Gardner, as well as Betty Kern, daughter of songwriter Jerome Kern.
This is another term that attracts me all the time, having done my schooling on the other side of the Atlantic. The term “mathematics” is shortened to “mata” in the US, but to “mata” in Britain and Ireland.
Washington DC designer Pierre L’Enfant chose the crest of the hill as the site for the future House of Congress. He called the site “Jenkins Hill” and “Jenkins Heights”. Earlier records show the name as “New Troy”. Today it is known as “Capitol Hill”.
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The name of the pastry known as “éclair” is clearly of French origin. The French word for lightning is “éclair”, but no one seems too sure how it came to be used for the rather tasty baked good.
Dreyer’s ice cream sells its products under the name Dreyer’s in the Western United States, and Edy’s in the Eastern states. The founders of the company were William Dreyer and Joseph Edy.
The arcade game Pac-Man was first released in Japan in 1980, and is as popular today as ever. The game features characters maneuvering around the screen to eat up dots and earn points, while being followed by ghosts named Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde. The name of the game comes from the Japanese folk hero “Paku”, famous for his fierce desire. The spin-off called Ms. Pac-Man in 1981.
The loofah (also “loofa”, “lufah” and “luffa”, all Arabic words) is a vine, with fruits that are very popular in Asia and Africa. If the fruit is allowed to ripen, it can be processed to remove everything but the more rigid xylem structure (remember your high school botany class?) leaving a soft, sponge-like mass that is used as a skin polish.
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Passing the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is usually required to get into graduate school here in the US.
The prefix “lacto-” is used in words from the fields of chemistry and biochemistry such as “lactose”, “lactic” and “lactose”. The term comes from the Latin “lac” meaning “milk”.
The Latin phrase “ad hoc” means “for this purpose”. An ad hoc committee, for example, is assembled for a specific purpose and is dissolved after making its final report.
The Riot Act was a British law in force from 1715 to 1967. According to the Riot Act, government entities could declare any assembly of twelve or more “unlawful”. Our expression “read the Riot Act to” derives from the requirement for the authorities to read out the Riot Act proclamation to an unlawful assembly before the Act could be applied.
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Esports (electronic sports) are video game competitions. The International Olympic Committee held meetings to consider the inclusion of sports in the Olympic Games. What about coins for solving crosswords…?
Abbey Road Studios in London was a large Georgian townhouse built in the 1830s. It became a recording studio in 1931, and you can even see some YouTube videos showing Sir Edward Elgar back then making recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra. The studios went through different owners and by the time The Beatles started their famous recording it was called EMI Studios. The Beatles recorded almost all their albums there, between 1962 and 1970, and named their 1969 album “Abbey Road” for the studio. That’s the one with the cover showing the Fab Four crossing the “zebra crossing” outside the studio.
The Carthaginian Republic was centered on the city of Carthage, whose ruins are located on the coast of Tunisia today. “Afri” was the Latin name of the people of Carthage. When the Romans took possession of Carthage, they created a province they called “Africa”. That name extended over time to include the entire continent.
According to Greek mythology, Helen (later “Helen of Troy”) was the daughter of Zeus and Leda. When Helen reached marriageable age, she had many suitors as she was considered the most beautiful woman in the world. Menelaus was chosen as her husband, and he brought her back to his home of Sparta. Helen was seduced by Paris, the prince of Troy, and she ran away with him and traveled to Troy. This incident sparked the Trojan War which raged between the city of Troy and Greece. Because of this war, Helen was said to have “the face that could sail a thousand ships”. And because of this phrase, it has been said, probably by the author Isaac Asimov, that one “millileen” is the beauty needed to sail one ship.
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Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space when his Vostok I spacecraft made one orbit of Earth in 1961. Sadly, Gagarin died seven years later in a plane crash.
“Tell Mama” is a 1967 song recorded by Etta James and written by singer Clarence Carter. Carter released a 1966 version of the song himself, under the original title “Tell Daddy”.
Our verb “to walk”, which means “to surgically remove the ovaries” (of an animal), comes from an old Anglo-French word “espeier” which means “to cut with a sword”.