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Possible Answers: EASE, LIE, REST, LOLL, CALM, LAZE, LETGO, LETUP, LESSEN, CHILL, LOOSEN, LOUNGE, EASEUP, RESTEASY, UNLOOSE, TAKEFIVE, TAKEITEASY, UNBEND, GOEASY, SLACKEN, LIGHTENUP, LETONESHAIRDOWN, SIMMERDOWN, UNWIND, SITAROUND, CHILLOUT, MELLOWOUT, LETDOWNONESHAIR, UNCLENCH, FEELATEASE, TAKEF, LIEAROUND, SETTLEBACK, CHILLO, BREATHEEASIER.
Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 19 Mar 21, Friday
–LA Times Crossword 10 Mar 21, Wednesday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Mar 10 2021
–LA Times Crossword 6 Dec 20, Sunday
–Wall Street Journal Crossword – July 16 2020 – Bless You!
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jul 30 2019
–Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Feb 25 2019
Random information on the term “EASE”:
Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers (EASE) is an engineering design and analysis software for optimizing acoustics. The full product is licensed and copy protected. It can perform complex analysis in three-dimensional space. There is a free-to-use web-based version available for two-dimensional analysis with limited geometry options.
Random information on the term “LIE”:
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Random information on the term “REST”:
Scalability is the capability of a system, network, or process to handle a growing amount of work, or its potential to be enlarged to accommodate that growth. For example, a system is considered scalable if it is capable of increasing its total output under an increased load when resources (typically hardware) are added. An analogous meaning is implied when the word is used in an economic context, where a company’s scalability implies that the underlying business model offers the potential for economic growth within the company.
Scalability, as a property of systems, is generally difficult to define and in any particular case it is necessary to define the specific requirements for scalability on those dimensions that are deemed important. It is a highly significant issue in electronics systems, databases, routers, and networking. A system whose performance improves after adding hardware, proportionally to the capacity added, is said to be a scalable system.
An algorithm, design, networking protocol, program, or other system is said to scale if it is suitably efficient and practical when applied to large situations (e.g. a large input data set, a large number of outputs or users, or a large number of participating nodes in the case of a distributed system). If the design or system fails when a quantity increases, it does not scale. In practice, if there are a large number of things (n) that affect scaling, then resource requirements (for example, algorithmic time-complexity) must grow less than n2 as n increases. An example is a search engine, which scales not only for the number of users, but also for the number of objects it indexes. Scalability refers to the ability of a site to increase in size as demand warrants.
Random information on the term “CALM”:
Calmness is the mental state of peace of mind being free from agitation, excitement, or disturbance. It also refers being in a state of serenity, tranquillity, or peace. Calmness can most easily occur for the average person during a state of relaxation, but it can also be found during much more alert and aware states. Some people find that focusing the mind on something external, or even internal, such as the breathing, can itself be very calming.
Calmness is a quality that can be cultivated and increased with practice. It usually takes a trained mind to stay calm in the face of a great deal of different stimulation, and possible distractions, especially emotional ones. The negative emotions are the greatest challenge to someone who is attempting to cultivate a calm mind. Some disciplines that promote and develop calmness are prayer, yoga, relaxation training, breath training, and meditation. Jon Kabat-Zinn states that “Concentration is a cornerstone of mindfulness practice. Your mindfulness will only be as robust as the capacity of your mind to be calm and stable. Without calmness, the mirror of mindfulness will have an agitated and choppy surface and will not be able to reflect things with any accuracy.”
Random information on the term “CHILL”:
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PLEX (Programming Language for EXchanges) is a special-purpose, concurrent, real-time programming language. The PLEX language is closely tied to the architecture of Ericsson’s AXE telephone exchanges which it was designed to control. PLEX was developed by Göran Hemdahl at Ericsson in the 1970s, and it has been continuously evolving since then. PLEX was described in 2008 as “a cross between Fortran and a macro assembler.”
The language has two variants: Plex-C used for the AXE Central Processor (CP) and Plex-M used for Extension Module Regional Processors (EMRP).
A system is divided into separately compiled and loaded units of code called “blocks.” A block waits for one more signals sent from elsewhere in the system which triggers code execution.
Several precompilers or code generators exist, to produce source code in Plex-C from higher level languages or graphical models. These can generate Plex-C from:
Random information on the term “UNWIND”:
The Shadow Club is a book written by Neal Shusterman about two middle school students, Jared Mercer and Cheryl Gannett, who see themselves as the “second best” students in their school at the activities that they do best, and find the worst possible way to get revenge on those better than them.
Jared Mercer and Cheryl Gannett are always 2nd place at their school, so they decide to form a club consisting of their school’s other second bests; Jason, Karin, Abbie, David, and Randall. Their club is called the Shadow Club, consisting of other students who also consider themselves to be “in the shadows” of people who are better than them at the things they are good at. They start out by pulling pranks to humiliate their enemies, the “unbeatables”. However, their pranks quickly escalate, to the point of becoming dangerous. In addition, the most recent pranks were not carried out by the Shadow Club at all and the club members believe that they are being framed by Tyson, their school’s biggest underachiever and pyromaniac. The pranks climax when Jared’s biggest enemy, Austin Pace (nicknamed L’Austin sPace), a student training to be an Olympic racer, is permanently injured. After this, even the members of the Shadow Club gather to discuss their problem and decide that their only solution is to force a confession out of Tyson in the worst way possible; by punching, kicking, and pushing him, and even by trying to drown him. After he almost dies, they let him run off, and return to their meeting place, which they called “Stonehenge.” Meanwhile, Jared, who has taken part in half of Tyson’s interrogation, discovers that it was not Tyson who pulled the pranks, it was the members of the Shadow Club, each acting independently, so that none of the others knew of their actions, and each of them truly believed that they pulled one prank, but that Tyson did the rest. Realizing their mistake, Jared rushes back to find the members of the club in Stonehenge, all with horrified looks on their faces. They share their mistakes, and here the ones from the Shadow Club that had been tormenting Tyson share what they learned about him; that he is a pyromaniac, and all the school fires had been cause by him. Jared goes over to the lighthouse where Tyson lives to apologize for their mistake. But what he sees is a burning building, and Tyson was no doubt in it. Refusing to turn his back on Tyson, Jared runs into the lighthouse, and manages talk him out of burning to death, with difficulty. The two escape by jumping from a window, into the ocean below, and Jared carries Tyson to shore as he is unable to swim. In the end, he had to admit to the Shadow Club to his parents. After the talk with Mr. Greene, the school’s vice principal, Tyson, Jared, and Cheryl join at Stonehenge for a final meeting (the others refused to show). Cheryl gives the charter to Tyson, who tosses it into the flames, and it burns, ending the Shadow Club, but leaving all the members, mostly Jared, with a bad reputation.