# Trap

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## Possible Answers: TREE, GIN, NOOSE, SNARE, BAG, YAP, SETUP, ENSNARE, TOILS, ENMESH, AMBUSH, KISSER, ENCAGE, BOXIN, PIEHOLE, PITFALL, SPRINGE, LUREFORLOBSTERS, GOLFERSOBSTACLE, ROLEINAMOVIE, BRINGTOBAY.

### Random information on the term “TREE”:

In mathematical logic, the Paris–Harrington theorem states that a certain combinatorial principle in Ramsey theory, namely the strengthened finite Ramsey theorem, is true, but not provable in Peano arithmetic. This was the first “natural” example of a true statement about the integers that could be stated in the language of arithmetic, but not proved in Peano arithmetic; it was already known that such statements existed by Gödel’s first incompleteness theorem.

The strengthened finite Ramsey theorem is a statement about colorings and natural numbers and states that:

Without the condition that the number of elements of Y is at least the smallest element of Y, this is a corollary of the finite Ramsey theorem in

K

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, with N given by:

### Random information on the term “GIN”:

The 20th Century is a cocktail created in 1937 by a British bartender named C.A. Tuck, and named in honor of the celebrated Twentieth Century Limited train which ran between New York City and Chicago from 1902 until 1967. The recipe was first published in 1937 in the Café Royal Cocktail Book by William J Tarling, President of the United Kingdom Bartenders’ Guild and head bartender at the Café Royal.

Shake in an iced cocktail shaker, and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.

### Random information on the term “SNARE”:

1KIL, 1XTG, 3DDA, 3RK2, 3RK3, 3RL0, 3ZUR, 2N1T, 3DDB

6616

20614

ENSG00000132639

ENSMUSG00000027273

P60880

P60879

NM_001322905
NM_001322906
NM_001322907
NM_001322908
NM_001322909
NM_001322910

NM_011428
NM_001291056

NP_001309836
NP_001309837
NP_001309838
NP_001309839
NP_003072
NP_570824

NP_001277985.1
NP_035558.1
NP_001277985
NP_035558

Synaptosomal-associated protein 25 (SNAP-25) is a t-SNARE protein that is encoded by the SNAP25 gene in humans. SNAP-25 is a component of the trans-SNARE complex, which is proposed to account for the specificity of membrane fusion and to directly execute fusion by forming a tight complex that brings the synaptic vesicle and plasma membranes together.

SNAP-25, a Q-SNARE protein, is anchored to the cytosolic face of membranes via palmitoyl side chains covalently bound to cysteine amino acid residues in the middle of the molecule. This means that SNAP-25 does not contain a trans-membrane domain.

### Random information on the term “BAG”:

An antistatic bag is a bag used for storing electronic components, which are prone to damage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).

These bags are usually plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and have a distinctive color (silvery for metallised film, pink or black for polyethylene). The polyethylene variant may also take the form of foam or bubble wrap, either as sheets or bags. Multiple layers of protection are often used to protect from both mechanical damage and electrostatic damage. A protected device can be packaged inside a metalized PET film bag, inside a pink polyethylene bubble-wrap bag, which is finally packed inside a rigid black polyethylene box lined with pink poly foam. It is important that the bags only be opened at static-free workstations.

Dissipative antistatic bags, as the name suggests, are made of standard polyethylene with a static dissipative coating or layer on the plastic. This prevents buildup of a static charge on the surface of the bag, as it dissipates the charge to ground (i.e., whatever other surface it is touching). This bridge to ground is achieved with the inclusion of a tallow amine on the bags surface which attracts moisture that can conduct the charge to another surface, or to the atmosphere itself. In this sense, this type is truly ‘antistatic’ in that it hinders the formation of static charges. It, however, is not resistant to electrostatic discharge; if something else with a charge touches the bag (such as a persons hand), its charge would easily transfer through the bag and its contents. These bags are usually pink or red in color because of the dissipative chemical layer. Black bags also exist, wherein the polyethylene is manufactured containing trace amounts of carbon, forming a partial shield, though not a complete one.

### Random information on the term “YAP”:

Yè (Mandarin)
Yip (Cantonese)
Yap (Hakka, Hokkien)

Ye is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written 葉 in traditional character and 叶 in simplified character. It is listed 257th in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames, and is the 42nd most common surname in China, with a population of 5.8 million as of 2008.

Ye is also romanized Yeh in Wade-Giles; Yip, Ip, and Jip in Cantonese; Iap, Yap, Yapp, and Yeap in Hakka and Minnan.

In Middle Chinese, Ye (葉) was pronounced Sjep (IPA: [ɕiɛp]). As late as the 11th-century Guangyun Dictionary, it was a homophone of other characters that are pronounced shè in modern Mandarin and sip in modern Cantonese.

As of 2008, Ye is the 42nd most common surname in Mainland China, with a population of 5.8 million. It is the 22nd most common surname on Taiwan as of 2005.

Ye means “leaf” in modern Chinese, but the name arose as a clan name referring to the city of Ye in the State of Chu during the Spring and Autumn period of ancient China. The city gave its name to the present-day Ye County in Henan Province.

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