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Possible Answers: LOVE, REVERE, IDOLIZE, WORSHIP, THINKTHEWORLDOF, LOSEONESHEARTTO.

Last seen on: –Daily Celebrity Crossword – 6/11/19 TV Tuesday
Universal Crossword – Jan 12 2019
Canadiana Crossword – Oct 1 2018
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Newsday.com Crossword – May 28 2018
-USA Today Crossword – November 24 2017 Friday Crossword Answers

Random information on the term “LOVE”:

Love is a 1919 American short comedy film directed by and starring Fatty Arbuckle. Prints of the film survive in collections.


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As summarized in a magazine, Fatty (Arbuckle) meets Winnie (Westover) after rescuing her father Frank (St. John) from a well at their farm and is smitten with her. Fatty is dismissed and leaves, however, as Frank wants Winnie to marry Al Clove (St. John). Fatty returns to the farm in the disguise of a hired girl so that he can be near his beloved, but finds he must fend off the flirtations of her father Frank. Winnie’s marriage is all arranged, but at the dress rehearsal the groom is missing, so the “hired girl” takes his place and goes through the practice ceremony, word for word, with the bride. When the wedding day arrives, the ceremony is broken up when Fatty and Winnie announce that they have already been married as the rehearsal was the real thing.

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Random information on the term “REVERE”:

Revere (stylised as REVERE) are a British Indie Rock band based in London, England. Its current members are Stephen Ellis (guitar, vocals), Ellie Wilson (violin, vocals), Nicholas Hirst (keyboard, vocal), Ruban Byrne (guitar, vocals), Thom Ashworth (bass), Ian Cotterhill (drums) and Kathleen Mckie (cello).

Initially formed by Stephen Ellis, Revere (named after a comic-strip in 2000AD) wrote and performed with a rotating line up until 2005 when Ellis relocated to London.

The band self-released several singles and EPs in 2005-06, including ‘Learning to Breathe’ and “Chloroform”

Revere spent the years between 2007 and 2010 touring, and working on their debut album. In spring 2010, the band embarked on a UK tour to promote the release of their third single “We Won’t Be Here Tomorrow”.

September 2010 saw the release of Revere’s debut album “Hey! Selim”. Two tracks were released as lead-up singles, “The Escape Artist” and “We Won’t Be Here Tomorrow”. The band recorded an in-studio session for “BBC Introducing”.

REVERE on Wikipedia