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Last seen on: –Wall Street Journal Crossword – July 08 2020 – Voice Parts
LA Times Crossword 14 Oct 18, Sunday

Random information on the term “HRS”:

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Copenhagen Hospitality College (Danish: Hotel og Restaurantskolen, abbr. HRS) is a vocational college located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The school is Northern Europe’s largest school specialising in hospitality courses and Denmark’s largest food institute.

Around 1920 some restaurateurs decided to come together to offer educational evening classes in various subjects relative to the hospitality industry, these classes took place on board a schooner named Constance.

As teachings became more and more comprehensive, the Ministry of Education acknowledged that subjects related to the hospitality industry were a professional craft and the school was approved apprenticeship status in 1922 and became known as the Restaurant Industry Apprenticeship School.

As enrollment to the newly established school increased, there quickly became a shortage of space aboard the schooner. The school moved in 1924 into a building of Copenhagen Institute of Technology (Now part of Aalborg University) and later to Kongedybet on Amager.

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Random information on the term “STATS”:

Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) is a non-profit educational organization, based in Washington, DC, which analyzes and critiques the presentation of scientific findings and statistical evidence in the news media. STATS is a project of Sense About Science USA

STATS was founded in 1994 by S. Robert Lichter, a professor of communications at George Mason University. According to the organization’s website, to which it posts the majority of its research, its goal is to help correct “scientific misinformation in the media resulting from bad science, politics, or a simple lack of information or knowledge; and to act as a resource for journalists and policy makers on major scientific issues and controversies”. As Lichter related to the Baltimore Sun in 1998, “journalists are deluged with numbers representing findings in fields they’re not familiar with”. Its sister organization is the Center for Media and Public Affairs, also affiliated with George Mason.

Lichter serves as the organization’s president. Other personnel include director of research Rebecca Goldin, a professor of mathematical sciences at George Mason and the Ruth Michler Fellow at Cornell University, and STATS.org editor Trevor Butterworth, who is also listed as a senior fellow, and writes for the Huffington Post. As of 2010[update], other senior fellows include Maia Szalavitz, a contributor to Reason magazine, and Stephen Rose. The first director of STATS was David Murray, who previously worked for the Heritage Foundation and was later chief scientist for the United States Office of National Drug Control Policy. STATS is now a project of Sense About Science USA

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Random information on the term “MGRS”:

Geodesy (pronunciation: /dʒiːˈɒdᵻsi/), — also known as geodetics, geodetic engineering or geodetics engineering — a branch of applied mathematics and earth sciences, is the scientific discipline that deals with the measurement and representation of the Earth (or any planet), including its gravitational field, in a three-dimensional time-varying space. Geodesists also study geodynamical phenomena such as crustal motion, tides, and polar motion. For this they design global and national control networks, using space and terrestrial techniques while relying on datums and coordinate systems.

Geodesy — from the Ancient Greek word γεωδαισία geodaisia (literally, “division of the Earth”) — is primarily concerned with positioning within the temporally varying gravity field. Geodesy in the German-speaking world is divided into “higher geodesy” (“Erdmessung” or “höhere Geodäsie”), which is concerned with measuring the Earth on the global scale, and “practical geodesy” or “engineering geodesy” (“Ingenieurgeodäsie”), which is concerned with measuring specific parts or regions of the Earth, and which includes surveying. Such “geodetic” operations are also applied to other astronomical bodies in the solar system. It is also the science of measuring and understanding the earth’s geometric shape, orientation in space and gravity field.

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