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Possible Answers: GIDDY, SNAP, RASH, BRASH, HASTY, MADCAP, SPUROFTHEMOMENT.
Random information on the term “SNAP”:
The Dallair Aeronautica FR-100 Snap! is a homebuilt aerobatic aircraft that can be certified in multiple categories.
The Snap! is imported to the United States and may be certified as an Experimental-Exhibition model, S-LSA, or Experimental LSA.
The Snap! is a single-seat low-wing taildragger. It is rated for 6gs positive and 3 gs negative g-force. The fuselage is constructed of welded steel tubing with a carbon fiber covering. The wings are all-aluminum. The aircraft has inverted fuel and oil systems.
Dallair production ended in 2013 and production was assumed by Tecnam as the Tecnam Snap.
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Random information on the term “RASH”:
Anti-fascism is opposition to fascist ideologies, groups and individuals. The anti-fascist movement began in a few European countries in the 1920s, and eventually spread to other countries around the world.
With the development and spread of Italian Fascism, i.e. original fascism, the National Fascist Party’s ideology was met with increasingly militant opposition by Italian communists and socialists. Organizations such as the Arditi del Popolo and the Italian Anarchist Union were born in the period 1919–1921 to combat the nationalist and fascist surge of the post-World War I period. Thus as soon as Fascism coalesced into a coherent ideology, a militant leftist opposition sprouted in response.
Meanwhile, in the words of historian Eric Hobsbawm, as fascism developed and spread, a “nationalism of the left” developed in those nations threatened by Italian irredentism (e.g. the Balkans, and Albania in particular). After the outbreak of World War II, the Albanian, and Serbian resistances were instrumental in antifascist action and underground resistance. This combination of irreconcilable nationalisms and leftist partisans constitute the earliest roots of European anti-fascism. Less militant forms of anti-fascism arose later. For instance, during the 1930s in Britain, “Christians – especially the Church of England – provided both a language of opposition to fascism and inspired anti-fascist action”.
Random information on the term “MADCAP”:
Madcap is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Madcap first appeared in Captain America #307 (July 1985), and was created by Mark Gruenwald and Paul Neary.
Most of the villains Gruenwald introduced Captain America in were created to symbolize aspects of contemporary American culture and the world political situation. Gruenwald stated, “Madcap represents purposelessness, the disaffected youth of today who thinks ‘What’s the reason for doing anything?’ The ultimate dropout generation.”
Madcap (true name unknown) was originally a deeply religious young man. On the way to a picnic with his family and church community, their bus collides with a tanker truck full of Compound X07 (an experimental nerve agent developed by A.I.M.). Everyone aboard the bus, including his parents and sister Katy, are killed, leaving him as the only survivor, his body mixing with the Compound. When being told of the deaths of all his friends and family, his mind shatters, his belief in a rational universe swept away.