Zion Church Letters Abbr

Zion Church Letters Abbr – The theme answers give us the names of famous movies if we REMOVE a letter. Together, the extra letters spell “OUTTAKES.”

In the world of anatomy, a septum (plural “septa”) is a dividing wall within a chamber or other structure. For example, the interatrial septum separates the left and right atria of the heart, and the nasal septum separates the nostrils.

Zion Church Letters Abbr

Zion Church Letters Abbr

A “slip” or “slip” is a landing on the shore where boats can “slide” into the water. This “sliding” into the water literally takes place at the shipyard, where the ship’s hull is “slided” down the ramp after being coated with oil.

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An oast is an oven used to dry hops as part of the brewing process. Such a structure can also be called “oast house” or “hop oven”. The term “oast” can also refer to an oven used to dry tobacco.

Our word “atom” comes from the Latin word “atomus” which means “indivisible particle”. In turn, the Latin term comes from the Greek word “a-tomos”, meaning “uncut”.

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Ferruccio Lamborghini was involved in the production of tractors in the late forties. Almost two decades later, he founded Automobili Lamborghini to produce high-end sports cars. That’s quite a target market shift…

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The Silence of the Lambs is a 1991 psychological drama based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Harris. Jodie Foster plays FBI intern Clarice Starling and Anthony Hopkins plays creepy cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter. The Silence of the Lambs won the Big Five Oscars (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Screenplay) that year, becoming the third film to do so. The other two were It Happened One Night (1934) and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975).

Claude A. Hatcher operated a grocery store in Columbus, Georgia. After being turned down by his store’s asking price for Coca-Cola syrup, he decided to develop his own soft drink formula. Hatcher started the Union Bottling Works in his grocery store and introduced Royal Crown Ginger Ale in 1905. Union Bottling Works was renamed Chero-Cola in 1910, Nehi Corporation in 1925, and Royal Crown Company in the mid-1950s. The first RC Cola hit the market in 1934.

The University of Arkansas (U of A) is located in Fayetteville. It was founded in 1871 as Arkansas Industrial University. An interesting tradition is the engraving of the names of graduating students on the concrete walkways of the campus. This tradition began in 1876 with what is now known as the “Great Walk”.

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The town of Ypsilanti, Michigan is named after Demetrius Ypsilanti, a hero of the Greek War of Independence. Among its claims to fame, Ypsilanti was the home of the original Dominick’s pizza shop.

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Ann Arbor, Michigan was founded in 1824 by John Allen and Elisha Rumsey. It is believed that Allen and Rumsey first used the name “Annsarbour” in recognition of the oak trees on the land they acquired, and in recognition of their wives, who were both named “Ann” (ie Anns’ Arbor).

In Beverly Hills, California, there is a three-block stretch of Rodeo Drive known for its expensive shopping, mostly at designer clothing stores. The surrounding business district is known as the “Golden Triangle” of Beverly Hills, stretching from Wilshire to Santa Monica boulevards. The Triangle is a mecca for shoppers and tourists.

Beverly Hills Cop is a 1984 comedy film starring Eddie Murphy as Axel Foley, a Detroit cop who travels to Beverly Hills to solve a friend’s murder. The film became the biggest hit at the box office in 1984 and spawned two sequels.

Janelle Monae is a singer and actress. I’m not familiar with her as a singer, but I’ve seen Monae play NASA engineer Mary Jackson in the 2016 movie Hidden Figures.

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The Loire is the longest river in France. It is so long that it drains a fifth of the country’s territory. The Loire rises in the southeast, in the Cevennes mountain range, then goes north, then west, and flows into the Bay of Biscay in the city of Nantes. The Loire Valley is home to France’s most famous wine production and includes the wine regions of Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé and Muscadet. It is also home to some of the country’s most magnificent châteaux. Along the river there are more than 300 castles built by French kings and their courtiers.

Labyrinth is a maze and got its name from the labyrinth in which the Minotaur was imprisoned in Greek mythology.

The Maldives is an island nation consisting of two atoll chains in the Indian Ocean. A population of more than 300,000 is spread over 192 inhabited islands, while nearly 1,000 islands remain uninhabited. The Maldives is one of the countries in the world that is extremely threatened by rising sea levels.

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A carom is a bounce, a projectile bouncing off a surface. “Carom” came to describe the banking of a billiard ball, the bouncing of the ball off the edge of the table.

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A horror is a man-eating monster of mythology and fairy tales. The term “ogre” comes to us through French from the name of Orcus, the Etruscan god of cannibals.

I love a nice crepe. They are made from flour and yeast, baking soda is added to create characteristic holes on the surface. Served hot, butter melted into the holes, it doesn’t get any better than this…

The initials “BMW” stands for “Bayerische Motoren Werke”, which translates to Bavarian Motor Factory. BMW produced aircraft engines during the First World War, but had to stop this activity under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. Later, the company started producing motorcycles, and starting in 1928, it switched to automobile production. BMW moved back into aircraft engine production during the build-up of the Luftwaffe before World War II.

Chihuahua is a state in northern Mexico bordering Texas and New Mexico. Chihuahua is the country’s largest state, earning it the nickname “El Estado Grande.” The state takes its name from the Chihuahuan Desert, which lies mainly within its borders. The Chihuahua dog got its name from the state.

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English writer Nick Hornby wrote three books that were adapted into successful films, the novels High Fidelity and About a Boy and the memoir Fever Pitch.

Lima is the capital of Peru. Lima was founded in 1535 by the Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who called it “la Ciudad de los Reyes” (City of Kings). He chose this name because the decision to establish the city was made on January 6, the Feast of the Epiphany, which commemorates the visit of the three kings to Jesus in Bethlehem. Lima is home to the oldest university in all of the Americas, as the University of San Marco was founded in 1551 during the Spanish colonial period.

A parka is a hooded jacket, often lined with fur and worn in cold weather. The original parka was a pullover design, but nowadays it usually zips up the front. “Parka” is the Russian name for the garment, and it made its way into English through the Aleut language in the late 1700s.

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Stegosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur. They were large creatures with distinctive plates sticking up along their backs and spiked tails.

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Jurassic Park is a 1990 novel by Michael Crichton that was adapted into a highly successful 1993 film by Steven Spielberg. One of the main premises of the novel is that dinosaur DNA can be obtained from mosquitoes trapped in amber (fossilized tree resin). , DNA from dinosaur blood consumed by mosquitoes. The dinosaur DNA is then sequenced and used to create clones of the original animals. It seems like a smart idea, but not very practical…

“Fath” is actually an acronym formed from the initials (in reverse) of “Palestine National Liberation Movement”. Al-Fath is the largest political party of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

“Narc” and “narco” are slang terms describing a law enforcement officer who tracks down criminals involved in illegal drugs. Both words are short for “narcotics officer”. Narcs can work for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

The Lamaze technique for childbirth was developed by a French midwife named Fernand Lamaze. He introduced the technique in the west after observing similar practices during a visit to the Soviet Union in 1951.

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Fiorello La Guardia was mayor of New York from 1934 to 1945, serving three full terms. The famous airport named after La Guardia was built at his insistence, stemming from an incident that occurred while he was in office. He was on a TWA flight to New York and became angry when the plane landed at Newark, New Jersey airport.

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