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Possible Answers: TOTE, TOW, DRAG, TAKE, DRAW, CART, LUG, TUG, PULL, CARRY, SCHLEP, TRUCK.
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Random information on the term “TOTE”:
Tote (Scottish Gaelic: Tobhta) is a small crofting township, situated on the southwest coast of the Trotternish peninsula, at the head of the sea loch, Loch Snizort Beag on the island of Skye and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.
The village of Skeabost is located directly to the south, and Carbost is located directly southeast.
Random information on the term “TOW”:
Tow (/taʊ/, rhymes with “cow”) is a small unincorporated community in Llano County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,249 at the 2010 census.
Tow is located on Ranch Road 2241, approximately 61 miles (98 km) (as the crow flies) northwest of Austin, 20 miles (32 km) northeast of Llano, and on the western shore of Lake Buchanan.
The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Tow has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated “Cfa” on climate maps.
Tow, which is the oldest community in the county, began with the arrival in 1852 of David and Gideon Cowan and their mother, Ruth, originally from Tennessee. The Cowans were directed by local Indians to a salt bed near the Colorado River, which they developed into a successful saltworks. Significant not only in the local economy, the Bluffton-Tow Salt Works was also known as the Confederate States of America Salt Works for its contribution to the Confederate cause. The operation was destroyed by the “salt works cyclone” in 1871. John F. Morgan arrived in the area with his family in 1853 and soon established a hat business, using beaver and other fur trapped locally. When the Tow brothers, William and Wilson, arrived with their families in 1853, they named the nearby area in which they settled Tow Valley. A post office was established there in 1886 as Tow with Mathew B. Clendenen as postmaster. Tow grew rapidly in the 1970s and 1980s with the addition of retirement and recreation to its economic base. From a population of fifty before 1950, the lakeside town had grown to 305 by 1974, when it had a post office and numerous businesses. In 2000 the population was still 305; thirty-one businesses were reported.
Random information on the term “DRAW”:
Drawing is a form of visual art in which a person uses various drawing instruments to mark paper or another two-dimensional medium. Instruments include graphite pencils, pen and ink, inked brushes, wax color pencils, crayons, charcoal, chalk, pastels, various kinds of erasers, markers, styluses, various metals (such as silverpoint) and electronic drawing.
A drawing instrument releases small amount of material onto a surface, leaving a visible mark. The most common support for drawing is paper, although other materials, such as cardboard, plastic, leather, canvas, and board, may be used. Temporary drawings may be made on a blackboard or whiteboard or indeed almost anything. The medium has been a popular and fundamental means of public expression throughout human history. It is one of the simplest and most efficient means of communicating visual ideas. The wide availability of drawing instruments makes drawing one of the most common artistic activities.
In addition to its more artistic forms, drawing is frequently used in commercial illustration, animation, architecture, engineering and technical drawing. A quick, freehand drawing, usually not intended as a finished work, is sometimes called a sketch. An artist who practices or works in technical drawing may be called a drafter, draftsman or a draughtsman.
Random information on the term “CART”:
The Center for Advanced Research and Technology, more commonly referred to as CART, is a high tech high school located in Clovis, California, United States.
The CART facility is about 75,000 sq ft (7,000 m2). Classes offered are Professional Sciences, Engineering, Advanced Communications, and Global Economics. Within each cluster are career-specific laboratories in which students complete industry-based projects and receive academic credit for advanced English, science, math, and technology.
After going through an application process, Eleventh and Twelfth grade students from the Clovis and Fresno Unified School Districts are bused to CART where they attend three hour classes in one of the many laboratories taught by teams of instructors covering a variety of educational courses that provide real life career insight and personal expertise-.
Unlike most local public high schools where students move from one class to another for different subjects, the CART program implements a different technique in that each lab is taught by a minimum of three teachers each teaching a branch-off subject related to the main subject. The make-up of the course differs between the lab chosen by the student. Each teacher in the lab has a specialty. Over the course the required high school education is more than covered by each teacher in a way to encompass the main topic of the lab with the same lesson.
Random information on the term “LUG”:
Lug (Serbian Cyrillic: Луг) is a village in western part of the Serbian province of Vojvodina, in the municipality of Beočin, South Bačka District. It lies on the northwest slopes of Fruška gora mountain, in the region of Syrmia. The village has a population numbering 801 people (2002 census), most of them being ethnic Slovaks.
The village originates from the late 19th century, when the local land owner Odescalchi employed people from Bački Petrovac and Gložan, Slovak villages across the Danube, in order to satisfy growing timber export. At first, they resided seasonally and returned to their villages. In order to ensure more permanent work force, they offered them cleared forest land as loan, at the location of the later village. In 1910, the village had 371 residents, and in the mid-century around 500.
The residents are mostly engaged in agriculture, with a part working in nearby Beočin.
Cultural society “Mladost”, with folklore section, maintains the Slovak traditions and dances. The village twice hosted the Slovak cultural festival “Tancuj, tancuj”, and their members acted in various folklore festivals across Europe.
Random information on the term “TUG”:
Coordinates: 39°35′06″N 46°57′55″E / 39.58500°N 46.96528°E / 39.58500; 46.96528
Tuğ (Armenian: Տող Togh and Tog) is a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan and Hadrut Province of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
Togh and the neighbouring fortress of Ktishberd, are first mentioned in the 9th century, as the capital of the Principality of Dizak. Here in 854, Esayi Abu-Muse, the Prince of Dizak, defeated an 200,000 strong Arabian army under the command of Bugha al-Kabir.
In 1737, Prince Melik Yehan built a palace here. The principality would go on to survive until the last prince, Esayi Melik-Avanian, was killed by Ibrahim Khalil Khan in 1781, after a long-lasting resistance in the fortress of Ktishberd. Togh was a part of the Karabakh Khanate until 1822 when it was annexed by Russia and became part of the Elisabethpol Governorate.
In 1903 a hospital was built and three years later a village school was opened which today functions as a middle school. A new school was built in 1978, which was renovated for the first time in 2008 by the Armenia Fund There is also a house of culture, a movie theater and a library.