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Possible Answers: SLY, ATILT, BENT, AWRY, ARCED, ASKEW, WRY, GAY, ALOP, HOMO, ASLANT, WAVY, CURLY, ANGLED, LOPSIDED, SKEWED, OVERICE, TWISTY, CROOKED, CURVED, SNAKING, DISHONEST.

Last seen on: –Universal Crossword – Apr 19 2019
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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.

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Random information on the term “GAY”:

Coordinates: 40°05′02″N 44°18′20″E / 40.08389°N 44.30556°E / 40.08389; 44.30556

Gai (Armenian: Գայ; until 1978, Khatunarkh), pronounced “guy”, is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia. It was founded in the 1670s, and named for the wife of Sefi Khan. In 1978, it was renamed in honor of a hero of the Russian Civil War, Hayk Bzhshkian, whose nom de guerre was “Gai”.

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Random information on the term “HOMO”:

In chemistry, frontier molecular orbital theory is an application of MO theory describing HOMO / LUMO interactions.

In 1952, Kenichi Fukui published a paper in the Journal of Chemical Physics titled “A molecular theory of reactivity in aromatic hydrocarbons.” Though widely criticized at the time, he later shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Roald Hoffmann for his work on reaction mechanisms. Hoffman’s work focused on creating a set of four pericyclic reactions in organic chemistry, based on orbital symmetry, which he coauthored with Robert Burns Woodward, entitled “The Conservation of Orbital Symmetry.”

Fukui’s own work looked at the frontier orbitals, and in particular the effects of the Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital (HOMO) and the Lowest Unoccupied Molecular Orbital (LUMO) on reaction mechanisms, which led to it being called Frontier Molecular Orbital Theory (FMO Theory). He used these interactions to better understand the conclusions of the Woodward–Hoffmann rules.

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Random information on the term “WAVY”:

Bruce Rader (1954) is an American broadcaster who has been the sports director of WAVY-TV and WVBT-TV in the Norfolk-Virginia Beach market since 1978. While he is the longest active anchor in the Hampton Roads market, he is known as much for his community service as his on-air career.

His first broadcasting job came when he was hired by the late Pierre Eaton, the owner and general manager of his hometown radio station, WINX, in Rockville, Maryland. There Rader hosted a high school sports show and did play by play for local high school football games on WINX. During some of these games he was joined by then University of Maryland basketball All-American Len Elmore who after a successful career in the NBA is now a well known broadcaster for CBS Sports.

In 1974 Rader began his television career working in the newsroom at WMAL-TV (ABC) during the final days of Watergate and the resignation of President Richard Nixon. He briefly worked for Sports Director Steve Bassett before moving to Norfolk.

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