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Possible Answers: PAL, FRA, SIB, DUDE, CHUM, HOMIE, COZ, HOMESLICE.

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Random information on the term “PAL”:

PALplus (or PAL+) is an analogue television broadcasting system aimed to improve and enhance the PAL format while remaining compatible with existing television receivers. It followed experiences with the HD-MAC and D2-MAC, hybrid analogue-digital formats that were incompatible with PAL receivers. It was developed in Germany University of Dortmund in cooperation with German terrestrial broadcasters and European and Japanese manufacturers.

In the 1980s a new high definition broadcasting standard, HD-MAC, was created, offering twice the number of available scanning lines compared to PAL. As a transitional standard, D2-MAC was established. It had same number of lines as PAL, but like HD-MAC it was designed for widescreen content. The MAC family of standards was adopted in Europe in 1983 primarily for Direct Broadcasting by Satellite (DBS) services.

European terrestrial broadcasters felt the need to better position themselves in order to compete with satellite and cable operators. PALplus was the name of a strategy group founded in 1989 to develop an enhanced system for terrestrial transmission compatible with PAL. While not attempting to produce HDTV standards of quality, the new format was meant to improve PAL in the following areas:

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Random information on the term “FRA”:

The Fashion Retail Academy is a vocational training college in the Tottenham Court Road area of London, England.

It was founded as a National Skills Academy in 2005, with government funding and a contribution of £5 million:126 or £12 million:119 from Philip Green, chairman of the Arcadia Group. It opened in 2006 with about 200 students. It trains people to work in clothes retailing. Students spend approximately equal amounts of time studying in the classroom and gaining work experience on the shop-floor.:126

Fashion Retail Academy is listed as a “listed body” on the UK Government website, meaning that it cannot award degrees; students at a listed body may receive their degrees from a “recognised body”, one authorised to award degrees. Diploma courses run from six months to two years, and degree courses are condensed across two years.[citation needed]


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Founding partners include Arcadia, Experian, Tesco F&F ,Marks and Spencer, and Next.

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Random information on the term “SIB”:

Al-Seeb, As Seeb or As Sib (Arabic: السيب‎‎) is a coastal fishing city, located several kilometres northwest of Muscat, in northeastern Oman. As of the 2003 census, it had a population of 221,115.

Landmarks include the Naseem Garden, the Royal Stables and Equestrian Centre, Royal Guard of Oman Technical College, the Bait al Baraka palace, Seeb International Airport and Markaz al Bahja.

Seeb has a hot desert climate (Köppen climate classification BWh) with very hot summers and warm winters. Precipitation is low, and falls mainly in the months from December to April.

In June 2014 the Register disclosed that Seeb is the location of a “beyond top secret” internet monitoring site.

Al Seeb Club and Al-Shabab are located in Seeb.

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Random information on the term “CHUM”:

CHUM, branded as TSN Radio 1050, broadcasting at 1050 kHz in the AM band, is a Canadian radio station licensed to Toronto, Ontario. The station is owned and operated by Bell Media. CHUM’s studios are co-located with TSN at 9 Channel Nine Court in the Agincourt neighbourhood of Scarborough (with auxiliary studios located at 250 Richmond Street West in the Entertainment District of downtown Toronto), with its transmitter array located in the Clarkson neighbourhood of Mississauga (near CFRB’s own transmitter array).

Long known as 1050 CHUM, the station played Top 40 hits from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s. CHUM then carried an oldies format featuring music from that period between 1989 and 2009, except for a brief stint as a sports radio station, The Team 1050, from 2001-2002.

In March 2009, CHUM switched to a news format known as CP24 Radio 1050, which operated primarily as an audio simulcast of CP24.

In April 2011, CHUM reverted to a sports format as TSN Radio 1050.

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Random information on the term “COZ”:

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Disambiguation pages are added to Category:Disambiguation pages by placing the {{Disambiguation}} template on the page itself. Other templates are available that place articles in more specific disambiguation subcategories. A page may also be assessed as “disambiguation-class” by various WikiProjects by including “|class=Disambig” in a WikiProject template on the talk page of the disambiguation page. This places the talk page in a subcategory of Category:Disambig-Class articles.

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