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Possible Answers: ALARM, ROIL, JAR, SCARE, ROUSE, ROCK, JOLT, FAZE, AGITATE, SPOOK, STARTLE, UNNERVE, DISRUPT, UNHINGE, UNSETTLE.

Random information on the term “ALARM”:

Coalition victory

 Kuwait
 United States
 United Kingdom
 France
 Saudi Arabia

Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad
Sheikh Saad Al Abdullah
George H. W. Bush
Colin Powell
Norman Schwarzkopf
John J. Yeosock
Walter E. Boomer
Charles Horner
Stanley Arthur
J. William Kime
King Fahd
Saleh Al-Muhaya
Khalid bin Sultan
Margaret Thatcher
John Major
Peter de la Billière
Brian Mulroney
Hussain Muhammad Ershad
François Mitterrand

Saddam Hussein
Ali Hassan al-Majid
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri
Salah Aboud Mahmoud
Hussein Kamel al-Majid

Coalition:
292 killed (147 killed by enemy action, 145 non-hostile deaths)
467 wounded in action
776 wounded
31 Tanks destroyed/disabled
32 Bradley IFVs destroyed/damaged

1 M113 APC destroyed
2 British Warrior APCs destroyed
1 Artillery Piece destroyed
75 Aircraft destroyed
Kuwait:
57 aircraft lost, At least 8 aircraft captured (Mirage F1s) 4,200 killed, 12,000 captured ≈200 tanks destroyed/captured 850+ other armored vehicles destroyed/captured

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Random information on the term “JAR”:

A bell jar is a glass jar, similar in shape to a bell, and can be manufactured from a variety of materials (ranging from glass to different types of metals). Bell jars are often used in laboratories to form and contain a vacuum; they may also serve as display cases or transparent dust covers.

A vacuum bell jar is placed on a base which is vented to a hose fitting, that can be connected via a hose to a vacuum pump. A vacuum is formed by pumping the air out of the bell jar.

The lower edge of a vacuum bell jar forms a flange of heavy glass, ground smooth on the bottom for better contact. The base of the jar is equally heavy and flattened. A smear of vacuum grease is usually applied between them. As the vacuum forms inside, it creates a considerable compression force, so there is no need to clamp the seal. For this reason, a bell jar cannot be used to contain pressures above atmospheric, only below.

Bell jars are generally used for classroom demonstrations or by hobbyists, when only a relatively low-quality vacuum is required. Cutting-edge research that needs an ultra high vacuum requires a more sophisticated form of vacuum chamber. However, several tests may be completed in a chamber with an effective pump and low leak rate.

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Random information on the term “ROCK”:

The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad (CRI&P RW, sometimes called Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway) (reporting marks CRIP, RI, ROCK) was a Class I railroad in the United States. It was also known as the Rock Island Line, or, in its final years, The Rock.

At the end of 1970 it operated 7183 miles of road on 10669 miles of track; that year it reported 20557 million ton-miles of revenue freight and 118 million passenger-miles. (Those totals may or may not include the former Burlington-Rock Island Railroad.)

The song “Rock Island Line”, a spiritual from the late 1920s first recorded in 1934, was inspired by the railway.

Its predecessor, the Rock Island and La Salle Railroad Company, was incorporated in Illinois on February 27, 1847, and an amended charter was approved on February 7, 1851, as the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad. Construction began October 1, 1851, in Chicago, and the first train was operated on October 10, 1852, between Chicago and Joliet. Construction continued on through La Salle, and Rock Island was reached on February 22, 1854, becoming the first railroad to connect Chicago with the Mississippi River.

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