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Phone Button Letters Crossword Clue – The verb “to fawn” has a different etymology than the noun “fawn”. The Old English “faegnian” means “to be happy, to be happy”. In some cases, the Old English verb applied to a dog wagging its tail. From there, “to fawn” comes to mean “to court favor, to grovel”.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created in 1970 during the Nixon administration. It is a direct successor to the Bureau of Labor Standards that has been dealing with several work safety issues since its establishment in 1934. OSHA regulates workplaces in the private sector and regulates only one government agency, the US Postal Service.
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“The Hunger Games” is a 2008 novel by Suzanne Collins, and the first in a series of titles that also includes “Catching Fire” (2009) and “Mockingjay” (2010). “The Hunger Games” was adapted into a very successful film released in 2012, with a sequel soon after. Amazon.com reports more book sales of “The Hunger Games” series than the “Harry Potter” series.
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Newts are not my favorite animal. It is found all over the world living on land or in water depending on the species, but always associated with water even if only for breeding. Newts metamorphose through three different developmental stages during their lifetime. They start as larvae in the water, fertilized eggs that often attach to aquatic plants. The eggs hatch into tadpoles, the first form of newt development. After living for several months as tadpoles swimming around in the water, they undergo another metamorphosis, sprouting legs and replacing their external gills with lungs. At this young stage they are known as efts, and leave the water to live on land. A more gradual transition occurs then, as the eft takes on the lizard-like appearance of the adult newt.
The Miss Universe beauty pageant was founded in 1952. The organization that runs the pageant was bought by Donald Trump in 1996.
Japanese car manufacturer Nissan introduced the Datsun brand in 1931, then retired it in 1986. The Datsun brand was reintroduced in 2013, applied to low-cost models sold in emerging markets.
The Oreck Corporation is named after the founder David Oreck and makes vacuum cleaners and air purifiers. The company started out selling vacuum cleaners by mail, a new concept in 1963. David Oreck himself appears regularly as a spokesperson in the company’s ads and infomercials.
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The first practical portable vacuum cleaner was invented by James Spangler in 1907. Spangler sold the patent for the design to his cousin’s husband, William Henry Hoover. Hoover went on to make a fortune from manufacturing and selling vacuum cleaners. Hoover was so successful in my part of the world that back in Ireland we don’t use the verb “to vacuum” and instead say “to hoover”. Also, “hoover” is what we call a vacuum cleaner, regardless of who made it.
The city of Orono is home to the University of Maine which was founded in 1862. The college is actually located on an island (Marsh Island) lying between the Penobscot and Stillwater rivers. The city of Orono was named after Joseph Orono, chief of the Penobscot Nation. Our school’s athletic team is named the Maine Black Bears.
“Mace” is actually a brand name, introduced by Lake Erie Chemical when they first made “Chemical Mace”, with the name playing on a club-like weapon from the past. The mace was originally a tear gas, but the mace now uses a formula that is actually pepper spray, a different formulation.
Aeolus was the ruler of the wind in Greek mythology, and he gave his name to the adjective “aeolian” (also “aeolic, eolic”) meaning “windblown”, something produced or carried by the wind. For example, the aeolian harp is a fascinating instrument; box and sounding board and strings are “played” by the wind as it blows.
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge was a pioneer for the Romantic Movement in England, along with his friend William Wordsworth. Coleridge’s most famous works are “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and “Kubla Khan”, which are my wife’s favorite poems.
The original bards were storytellers, poets and music composers in medieval Britain and Ireland, with the term coming from the Old Celtic word “bardos” which describes poets or singers. I guess the famous bard was William Shakespeare, the Bard of Avon.
The most common street name in the US is “Second Street”. “First Street” is only in number three, and this is because many towns and cities have abandoned the use of “First” and use “Main” or something more historic. The spooky “Elm Street” appeared on the list at number fifteen.
“Gar” is originally a name given to a species of needlefish found in the North Atlantic. The term “gar” is now used to describe several species of fish with elongated bodies that inhabit North and Central America and the Caribbean. gar is an unusual thing that is often found in very brackish water. What I find interesting is that the swim bladders are vascularized so that they can actually function as lungs. Many gar species can actually be seen coming to the surface of the water and taking a gulp of air. This adaptation allows them to live in conditions unsuitable for other fish that rely on their gills to extract oxygen from the water. Indeed, quite interesting…
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Mexico is a federal republic, and like the United States is a collection of states and a federal district. The US has 50 states and the District of Columbia, while Mexico has 31 states and Mexico City. The official name of our southern neighbor is the United States of Mexico.
Francisco Goya was a Spanish painter who is often called the last of the Old Masters and the first of the moderns. Two of Goya’s most famous works are “The Nude Maja” and “The Clothed Maja”.
Haywire is the wire used to tie bales of hay. Haywire is very springy, and coils of wire are difficult to keep under control. That characteristic gives us the informal meaning of “haywire”, that is “erratic, crazy”.
Thanos is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. He was portrayed by Damion Poitier in the 2012 film “The Avengers”, and by Josh Brolin in several subsequent films including 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”.
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When the healthcare management and insurance company known as Aetna was founded, the name was chosen to evoke images of Mount Etna, an Italian volcano.
The Sunni and Shia Muslim sects differ in their beliefs about who should take over the leadership of the Muslim faithful after the death of the Prophet Muhammad. Followers of the Sunni tradition agree with the decision that the confidante of the Prophet Muhammad Abu Bakar was the right choice to become the first Caliph of the Islamic nation. Followers of the Shia tradition believe that the leadership should remain in the family of the Prophet Muhammad himself, and favored the son-in-law of the Prophet Ali.
Mila Kunis is an American actress born in Ukraine, who played Jackie Burkhart on “That ’70s Show”. Fans of the cartoon series “Family Guy” can recognize her voicing the character of Meg Griffin. In “Black Swan”, Kunis plays a rival ballet dancer with the character played by Natalie Portman. In her personal life, Kunis dated Macaulay Culkin for 8 years, but married Ashton Kutcher, co-star of “That 70s Show”, in 2015.
Idyll (also “idyl”) is a short poem with a pastoral theme, usually depicting a scene in romantic and idealized terms. The word “idyl” comes from the Greek word “eidyllion”, which literally translates to “little picture” but is a word describing a short poem with a rustic theme.
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Like so many famous cocktails, the true origin of the cosmopolitan is disputed. This is a very good drink, in my opinion. One of the standard recipes is 4 parts orange vodka, 1.5 parts Cointreau, 1.5 parts lemon juice and 3 parts cranberry juice.
Saying uncle is asking or begging. This particular American use of “uncle” dates back to the early 1900s, but no one knows how “uncle!” originally means “stop!”
The Slavic people are mostly in communities that cover more than half of Europe. This large ethnic group is traditionally divided into three smaller groups:
The “Alfa” in “Alfa Romeo” is actually an acronym, one standing for Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili (“Lombard Automobile Factory, Public Company”). ALFA is a company founded in 1909 and taken over by Nicola Romeo in 1915. In 1920 the company name was changed to Alfa Romeo.
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“Nessun dorma” has to be the tenor’s most breathtaking aria. It is taken from the last act of Puccini’s opera “Turandot”, and it is translated as “No one must sleep”. Back in my part of the world, “Nessun dorma” became a hit on the popular music charts, with a version by Pavarotti used as the theme song for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. No other classic record has done better on the charts.
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