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Possible Answers: ARIA, MIEN, AURA, LAY, TUNE, OZONE, SONG, LILT, TUBE, SHOW, VENT, ASPECT, MELODY, TELECAST, TELEVISE, DEMEANOR, SNOBBISHMANNER, COMPRESSEDAIR.
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Random information on the term “ARIA”:
The music of Australia has an extensive history made of music societies. Indigenous Australian music is a part of the unique heritage of a 40,000–60,000 year history which produced the iconic didgeridoo. Contemporary fusions of Indigenous and Western styles (exemplified in the works of No Fixed Address, Yothu Yindi, Christine Anu and Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu) mark distinctly Australian contributions to world music. During its early western history, Australia was a collection of British colonies, and Australian folk music and bush ballads such as Waltzing Matilda were heavily influenced by Anglo-Celtic traditions, while classical forms were derived from those of Europe. Contemporary Australian music ranges across a broad spectrum with trends often concurrent with those of the US, the UK, and similar nations – notably in the Australian rock and Australian country music genres. Tastes have diversified along with post-World War II multicultural immigration to Australia.
Notable Australian musicians include: the opera singers Dame Nellie Melba and Dame Joan Sutherland; the bass-baritone Peter Dawson, country music stars Slim Dusty (Australia’s biggest selling domestic artist) and John Williamson; Vocal group “The Iguana” who had a couple of No “1” hits one of the most popular being “California My Way ” written by Jimmy Webb. solo artists John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John (five No. 1 Hot 100 hits, like “You’re the One That I Want”), Missy Higgins, Kylie Minogue, Natalie Imbruglia, Guy Sebastian, Dami Im, Delta Goodrem, Sia Furler, Cody Simpson, Jessica Mauboy, Havana Brown, Gotye (No. 1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 hit with “Somebody That I Used to Know” ft. New Zealander Kimbra), Rick Springfield (No. 1 Hot 100 hit with “Jessie’s Girl”) and Tina Arena, pub rock band Cold Chisel, folk-rocker Paul Kelly; Dance groups The Avalanches and Cut Copy; jazz guitarist Tommy Emmanuel; pioneer rocker Johnny O’Keefe, global folk-rock band The Seekers, global rock and pop bands Men At Work (two No. 1 Hot 100 hits including “Down Under” in 1983), the EasyBeats, Air Supply (No. 1 Hot 100 hit with “The One That You Love”), Crowded House, AC/DC, INXS (No. 1 Hot 100 hit with “Need You Tonight”), Little River Band, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Midnight Oil, Dragon, Silverchair, Youth Group, You Am I and Powderfinger; Pendulum, Pop Rock duo Savage Garden (two No. 1 Hot 100 hits including “Truly Madly Deeply” in 1998), pop punk band 5 Seconds of Summer, alternative music acts the John Butler Trio, Xavier Rudd, Jet, Wolfmother, Sick Puppies, Tame Impala and The Vines. Other popular artists and groups include The Veronicas, Sticky Fingers, the Choirboys, Chantoozies, Saint Jude, Cheetah, Marc Williams, Peter Andre, Goanna, Australian Crawl, Rose Tattoo, Colleen Hewett, Keith Urban, The Angels, Ted Mullry Gang, Courtney Barnett, Hush, Chocolate Starfish, the Mixtures, Helen Reddy, Diana Trask, Thundamentals, San Cisco, Empire Of The Sun, Hilltop Hoods and Iggy Azalea (No. 1 Hot 100 hit with “Fancy” in 2014).
Random information on the term “AURA”:
The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) is a consortium of universities and other institutions that operates astronomical observatories and telescopes. AURA recognizes its mission statement as “To promote excellence in astronomical research by providing access to state-of-the-art facilities.”
Founded October 10, 1957 with the encouragement of the National Science Foundation (NSF), AURA was incorporated by a group of seven U.S. universities: California, Chicago, Harvard, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, and Wisconsin. The first meeting of the Board of Directors took place in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Today, AURA has 39 member institutions in the United States and seven international affiliate members.
AURA began as a small organization dedicated to ground-based optical astronomy, managing a range of 1- to 4-meter telescopes and providing community advocacy for optical/infrared astronomy. Over the years, AURA expanded its focus to include Solar Astronomy and the Gemini 8-meter telescopes, going on to partner with other consortia such as WIYN (Wisconsin Indiana Yale & NOAO) and SOAR (Southern Astrophysical Research). In the 1980s, AURA took on the management of the Space Telescope Science Institute, opening up the ultraviolet, optical, and infrared wavelength bands in space with the Hubble Space Telescope. AURA is furthering its aims in infrared space astronomy through the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).
Random information on the term “TUBE”:
A tube, or tubing, is a long hollow cylinder used for moving fluids (liquids or gases) or to protect electrical or optical cables and wires.
The terms “pipe” and “tube” are almost interchangeable, although minor distinctions exist — generally, a tube has tighter engineering requirements than a pipe. Both pipe and tube imply a level of rigidity and permanence, whereas a hose is usually portable and flexible. A tube and pipe may be specified by standard pipe size designations, e.g., nominal pipe size, or by nominal outside or inside diameter and/or wall thickness. The actual dimensions of pipe are usually not the nominal dimensions: A 1-inch pipe will not actually measure 1 inch in either outside or inside diameter, whereas many types of tubing are specified by actual inside diameter, outside diameter, or wall thickness.
There are three classes of manufactured tubing: seamless, as-welded or electric resistant welded (ERW), and drawn-over-mandrel (DOM).
There are many industry and government standards for pipe and tubing. Many standards exist for tube manufacture; some of the most common are as follows: