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Possible Answers: LES, DES, UNE, LE.

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Random information on the term “LES”:

The Launch Entry Suit (LES), known as the “pumpkin suit”, was a partial pressure suit worn by all Space Shuttle crews for the ascent and entry portions of flight from STS-26 (1988) to STS-65 (1994). It was completely phased out by STS-88 (late 1998) and replaced by the ACES suit. The suit was manufactured by the David Clark Company of Worcester, Massachusetts.

The LES was first worn by U.S. Air Force pilots in the mid-1970s[citation needed], replacing a similar suit worn by SR-71 and U-2 pilots, and was identical to the suits worn by X-15 pilots and Gemini astronauts[citation needed]. Unlike the ACES suit, which is a full-pressure suit, the high-altitude suits were partial pressure suits, thus requiring a rubber diaphragm around the wearer’s face. With the development of the Space Shuttle, and the inclusion of ejection seats on the Space Shuttle Columbia on the first four flights (STS-1 to STS-4), NASA decided to adopt modified versions of the suit; the modifications being the attachments to the parachute harness, and the adoption of inflatable bladders in the legs to prevent the crew from passing out during reentry. One other modification, a mount for prescription glasses, was incorporated for astronaut John W. Young, who wore modified bifocal reading glasses (resembling aviator sunglasses, but with the top portion, usually for distance seeing, being of regular glass, and the bottom, for reading, of the wearer’s prescription) during the flight.

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Random information on the term “DES”:

The Data Encryption Standard (DES, /ˌdiːˌiːˈɛs/ or /ˈdɛz/) is a symmetric-key algorithm for the encryption of electronic data. Although now considered insecure, it was highly influential in the advancement of modern cryptography.

Developed in the early 1970s at IBM and based on an earlier design by Horst Feistel, the algorithm was submitted to the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) following the agency’s invitation to propose a candidate for the protection of sensitive, unclassified electronic government data. In 1976, after consultation with the National Security Agency (NSA), the NBS eventually selected a slightly modified version (strengthened against differential cryptanalysis, but weakened against brute force attacks), which was published as an official Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) for the United States in 1977.

The publication of an NSA-approved encryption standard simultaneously resulted in its quick international adoption and widespread academic scrutiny. Controversies arose out of classified design elements, a relatively short key length of the symmetric-key block cipher design, and the involvement of the NSA, nourishing suspicions about a backdoor. The intense academic scrutiny the algorithm received over time led to the modern understanding of block ciphers and their cryptanalysis.

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Random information on the term “UNE”:

The Universidad del Noreste (UNE) (Northeastern University), is a private Mexican university founded in 1970; it was the first private institution of higher education established in the state of Tamaulipas. UNE is located in Tampico. UNE enrolls students from the local area, along with students from around the world who board at the school.

UNE is divided into academic departments rather than faculties, with both undergraduate and postgraduate studies. UNE offers programs targeting continuing education and knowledge updating for professionals.

UNE also provides the Preparatoria UNE, a preparatory school that educates its students with all college-level courses.

UNE was founded on September 2, 1970 by a group of local doctors who were inspired with new ideas for a better education in Mexico. These people were led by Dr. Jose Sierra Flores, a surgeon.

It was first named “Instituto de Ciencias Biologicas del Noreste” (Biological Sciences Institute of the Northeast), and it started with the School of Medicine named after its founder “Dr. Jose Sierra Flores”.

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Random information on the term “LE”:

Ahn Hyo-jin (born December 10, 1991), better known by her stage name LE (/ˈɛli/), is a South Korean rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. She is the main rapper of the K-pop girl group EXID.

LE made her debut as a rapper with the underground rap group Jiggy Fellaz, performing under the stage name “Elly”. In 2011, after signing a recording contract with Gamgak Entertainment, LE released “Whenever You Play That Song”, a duet with Huh Gak. LE made her official debut with EXID in February 2012.

EXID officially debuted on February 16, 2012 with the release of their debut single, “Whoz That Girl”.

In May 2012, LE collaborated with Gavy NJ on their song, “Don’t Call Me”; she sang the rap part.

In February 2013, producer Brave Brothers revealed that LE had collaborated with B2ST’s Junhyung and Big Star’s Feeldog in a project group and would be releasing a single on February 21, 2013. A teaser was released on February with a “19+” rating, which was previously acknowledged in the single cover, “19+ Profanity Included – Absurd”, and on February 20, Brave Brothers released LE’s version of the “You Got Some Nerve” MV teaser.

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