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Possible Answers: AGEE, SKEW, ATILT, BENT, AWRY, ASKEW, WRY, ALOP, ASLANT, SHADY, UNEVEN, SKEWED, GNARLED, WARPED, UNLAWFUL, CURVED, ONTHETAKE, ILLEGIT.
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–Wall Street Journal Crossword – December 23 2019 – Silent Night
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–LA Times Crossword 9 Nov 19, Saturday
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–Universal Crossword – Jan 5 2019
Random information on the term “SKEW”:
Skewness risk in financial modeling is the risk that results when observations are not spread symmetrically around an average value, but instead have a skewed distribution. As a result, the mean and the median can be different. Skewness risk can arise in any quantitative model that assumes a symmetric distribution (such as the normal distribution) but is applied to skewed data.
Ignoring skewness risk, by assuming that variables are symmetrically distributed when they are not, will cause any model to understate the risk of variables with high skewness.
Skewness risk plays an important role in hypothesis testing. The analysis of variance, the most common test used in hypothesis testing, assumes that the data is normally distributed. If the variables tested are not normally distributed because they are too skewed, the test cannot be used. Instead, nonparametric tests can be used, such as the Mann–Whitney test for unpaired situation or the sign test for paired situation.
Random information on the term “WRY”:
Westray Airport (IATA: WRY, ICAO: EGEW) is an airport located at Aikerness, on Westray in the Orkney Islands, Scotland. It is best known for being one of the two airports joined by the shortest scheduled flight in the world, a leg of Loganair’s inter-island service, to Papa Westray Airport. The distance is 2.8 km (1.7 mi) and the scheduled flight time, including taxiing, is two minutes. As well as the Papa Westray flights, services to the main Orkney town of Kirkwall are offered.
Westray Aerodrome has a CAA Ordinary Licence (Number P539) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction as authorised by the licensee (Orkney Islands Council). The aerodrome is not licensed for night use.
Westray Airport has a strong case as the shortest commercial runway in the world with runway 01/19 having a declared LDA distance of just 234m.
Random information on the term “WARPED”:
Chris Caffery (born September 9, 1967 in Suffern, NY) is an American musician, best known for his work as a member of Savatage and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Recently, Chris has been pursuing a solo career, releasing four albums since 2004.
Raised in Mahwah, New Jersey, Chris began playing guitar at age 11, but some of his earliest memories include performing the Beatles song Help! for a show and tell in kindergarten. Chris’ favorite bands growing up included the Beatles, Kiss, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Rush among others. He has cited guitarists such as Ted Nugent, Rik Emmett, Ace Frehley, Randy Rhoads, Michael Schenker as influences throughout the years as well.
After only 13 months, Chris grew bored with guitar lessons and decided to teach himself. He was part of a band called “Blitzkrieg” in middle school and played a few shows, the first of which was at a bar in Ridgewood, New Jersey when Chris was only 13. At the age of 14, Chris and his brother formed a band called “Anti”. Chris dropped out of High School at the age of 16 to become a professional musician, teaching students during the day and playing shows in the night.