A glee club is a choral group, usually composed of men, that sings short songs known as “glees”. Une jubilation is a song with three or more voices performed without accompaniment. Below are possible answers to the Legal End crossword hint. A water molecule consists of an oxygen atom with two hydrogen atoms on approximately opposite sides (at an angle of about 150 degrees). Sometimes the molecule is represented by “HOH”, although it is usually “H2O”. If you still haven`t solved the Legal crossword hint, search our database for the letters you already have! Mesoamerica is a region that stretches from central Mexico to Costa Rica. It is known as a region where societies flourished before the Spanish colonization of the Americas in the 16th and 17th centuries. Phencyclidine is a recreational drug commonly referred to as “PCP” or “angel dust”. Naan bread (also “Nan”) is very popular in Indian restaurants, as well as other Western, Central and South Asian cuisines. Indian naan is traditionally baked in a clay oven known as a tandoor. Cabo San Lucas is a major tourist destination at the southern tip of Mexico`s Baja California Peninsula. “Cabo” is sometimes referred to as the “Fort Lauderdale of Mexico.” The Olmecs were an ancient civilization that lived in the lowlands of south-central Mexico from about 1500 BC.
A.D. to about 400 B.C. Shea Stadium in Flushing Meadows, New York, was named in honor of William A. Shea, the man who brought the National League back to the city in the form of the New York Mets. Shea Stadium was demolished in 2008-2009, and the site now offers additional parking for the nearby new stadium called Citi Field. In 1859, a Swiss businessman named Henri Dunant met with French Emperor Napoleon III to discuss how it might be easier to trade in occupied French Algeria. The emperor was stationed at Solferino, where France and Austria were involved in a great battle. One day, Dunant saw 40,000 soldiers die in battle and countless wounded on the battlefield without organized medical care. Dunant abandoned his business program and instead spent a week caring for the sick and wounded.
Within a few years, he founded the forerunner of the Red Cross and was awarded the first Nobel Peace Prize in 1901. The Republic of Mali is a landlocked country in West Africa south of Algeria. Formerly known as French Sudan, Timbuktu is the country`s most famous city. Mali is the third largest gold producer on the continent after South Africa and Ghana. According to the book of Exodus in the Bible, Moses` brother, Aaron, made a golden calf as an idol for the Israelites to worship while Moses received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai. When Moses returned, he became angry when he saw the calf and destroyed it. In the 1800s, “tad” was used to describe a small child, and this extended to our use of “small amount” in the early 1900s. The original use of “tad” for a child is most likely a short version of “tadpole”. The abdominal muscles (abdominal muscles) are more correctly called the rectus muscles of the abdomen.
They could be called a “six-pack” or even a “ten-pack” in a person who has developed muscle and has little body fat. In my case, more like a barrel. “Alibi” is the Latin word for “elsewhere” as in: “I claim that I was `elsewhere` when the crime was committed. I have an `alibi`. 1 Long story: SAGA 2 “What a shame! “: UNFORTUNATELY! 3 What is a sail attached to: MAST 4 Approximately: OR SO 5 Quantity: Abbreviation: AMT 6 “I was with my girlfriend all evening”, e.g. ALIBI 7 Donation to the Red Cross: BLOOD 8 Information about a data breach: Abbreviation: SSN 9 “Already gone?”: IF SOON? 10 “It seemed right to me”: I THOUGHT SO 11 Like most vegetations: GREEN 12 Keep everything to yourself: HORT 14 Breakfast crackles: BACON 15 And others: Abbreviation: ET AL 21 “Charming” jewelry? : BRACELET 22 What a skinny-dipper missing : SWIMSUIT 23 Art of club for singers : GLEE 24 Little rapscallions : IMPS 25 Home of Timbuktu : MALI 26 Theatrical: DRAMA QUEEN 27 Takes too much, in short: ODS 30 Buckeyes` sch. : OSU 31 12, for 1/3, 1/4 and 1/6: abbreviated. : LCD 32 “The Marvelous ___ Maisel”: MRS 34 In addition to: MORE than 35 Repetitive sound during an exam: PSST! 37 Slightly: A TAD 38 Word repeated in “Waste ___, want ___”: NOT 43 Throat: GULLET 44 Give back to: REPAY 45 Hawaiian porch: LANAI 46 Things “golden” in the Bible: IDOLS 47 Light blue hues: AQUAS 48 Essman actress from “Curb Your Enthusiasm”: SUSIE 49 Take a chair: SEITS 52 “Huh, fun to run into you!”: OH, HI! 53 Indian flatbread: NAAN 54 “Is it true?”: IS THAT IT? 55 Bills with Alexander Hamilton on it: TENS 57 Degree of Attys: JDS 58 Drug, also known as angel dust: PCP A pint is 16 fluid ounces and an imperial pint is 20 fluid ounces. The term “pint” comes from Old French in English, finally from the Latin “picta”, which means “painted”. The name comes from a line painted on the side of a beer glass, marking a full measure of beer. Ohio State University (OSU) in Columbus was founded in 1870 as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. OSU sports teams are called Buckeyes, named after the Ohio state tree. In turn, the buckeye gets its name from the appearance of its fruit, a dark nut with a shiny spot believed to resemble a “goat`s eye.” The gas pump was actually there before the cars were on the road.
The first dispenser was the invention of a Sylvanus Bowser from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Its first pump was designed to pump kerosene for lamps and stoves and was introduced in 1885. As automobiles became popular, he changed the design to pump gasoline. He introduced the self-measured fuel battery pump in 1905. He marketed his equipment worldwide, and in some parts the name “Bowser” is still sometimes used to refer to fuel pumps and even some tanker trucks. The song “Auld Lang Syne” is a staple on New Year`s Eve (well, actually in the first minutes of New Year`s Day). The lyrics were written by Scottish poet Robbie Burns. The literal translation of “Auld Lang Syne” is “long ago”, but is better translated as “old times”. The feeling of the song is “for the good of the good old days”.