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Possible Answers: NETS, SEES, GETS, NABS, SNAGS, BAGS, NAILS, SPOTS, TRAPS, LANDS, SNARES, HASPS, HEARS, ENTRAPS, LASSOES, ENSNARES, IGNITES, LAYSEYESON.
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Random information on the term “NETS”:
Nets Group or Nets is a Nordic-based provider of payments, cards and information services. The company has been known as Nets since 2009, but has a history that goes back to 1968. Nets have more than 2000 employees working in five countries. The head office is located in Copenhagen. The local commercial centers are in Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn. The customers of Nets are banks, businesses, merchants and the public sector.
Payment & Information Services handle local direct debit solutions. These are called Betalingsservice, AvtaleGiro and eFaktura and are an integral part of the Danish and Norwegian payment infrastructures.
The section Cards manage payment card solutions by offering issuers and acquirers secured front-end and back-end solutions. They are a large card issuing and acquiring partner for banks and non-banks in northern Europe. Cards is also a central part of the local payment infrastructure in Denmark and Norway, providing processing and service for the domestic card schemes Dankort and BankAxept.
Random information on the term “GETS”:
The Global Environment & Trade Study (GETS) was a non-profit research institute established in 1994 to study the complex linkages between international trade and environmental sustainability. GETS supported numerous research projects on the legal, economic, and ecological aspects of trade and environment.
GETS was centered at Yale University.
GETS also studied the expanding role of civil society in global governance.
In 2004, the GETS Board decided that a sufficient amount had been accomplished over the decade, and that it was time to terminate the project.
GETS had four major accomplishments:
The founders of GETS were: James Cameron, Steve Charnovitz, Daniel Esty, and Mark Ritchie.
In 2000, Monica Araya joined the GETS Board and focused on environment, trade and investment issues in developing countries.
Some staff associated with GETS included Orin Kirshner, who served as Executive Director from 2001–2003, Beatrice Chaytor, Hari Osofsky, and John Wickham.
Random information on the term “TRAPS”:
Animal trapping, or simply trapping, is the use of a device to remotely catch an animal. Animals may be trapped for a variety of purposes, including food, the fur trade, hunting, pest control, and wildlife management.
Neolithic hunters, including the members of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture of Romania and Ukraine (ca. 5500-2750 BC), used traps to capture their prey. A passage from the self-titled book by Taoist philosopher Zhuangzi describes Chinese methods used for trapping animals during the 4th century BC. The Zhuangzi reads, “The sleek-furred fox and the elegantly spotted leopard…can’t seem to escape the disaster of nets and traps.” “Modern” steel jaw-traps were first described in western sources as early as the late 16th century. The first mention comes from Leonard Mascall’s book on animal trapping. It reads, “a griping trappe made all of yrne, the lowest barre, and the ring or hoope with two clickets.” [sic] The mousetrap, with a strong spring device spring mounted on a wooden base, was first patented by William C. Hooker of Abingdon, Illinois, in 1894.
Random information on the term “LANDS”:
Jin Akanishi (赤西 仁?, Akanishi Jin, born July 4, 1984) is a Japanese musician, singer, songwriter and actor. He has been active since 1998, first as one of the two lead vocalists of the popular J-pop boy-band KAT-TUN. Since the group’s official debut in 2006, they have achieved 14 consecutive number ones (including studio albums) on the Oricon charts. In 2009, Akanishi started his solo career, and since then has released two studio albums (Japonicana, #JustJin), and two mini albums (Test Drive, Mi Amor).
In addition to his music career Akanishi has acted in a few films. He had the main role in the movie Bandage, and his Hollywood international debut was 47 Ronin. He has also appeared in several Japanese dramas, such as the popular NTV school dramas Gokusen 2 and Yukan Club.
Akanishi was born in Chiba Prefecture, Greater Tokyo Area, Japan on July 4, 1984, as the eldest of two sons. He has a younger brother Reio, who also works in the entertainment industry as an actor under the stage name Fuuta. Akanishi moved to Tokyo in the first grade.