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Possible Answers: MEAT, ESSENCE, CORE, GIST, NUB, MIDST, PITH, CRUX, COR, CENTER, METTLE, KERNEL, MIDDLE, COURAGE, TICKER, VALENTINESYMBOL, DAMNYANKEESTUNE, CENTERORESSENCE.

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Random information on the term “CORE”:

The Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) is an interdisciplinary research institute of the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) located in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Since 2010, it is part of the Institute for Multidisciplinary Research in Quantitative Modelling and Analysis (IMMAQ), along with the Institute for Economic and Social Research (IRES) and the Institute of Statistics, Biostatistics and Actuarial Sciences (ISBA).

CORE integrates fundamental and applied research in the following key fields: economics and game theory, econometrics, quantitative and economic geography, and operations research. Researchers at CORE aim at developing a theoretical and methodological base for the analysis of decision problems related to economic policy and the management of the public and private sector, the theory of optimisation and statistics for the solution of design and decision problems, and computational tools (algorithms and software).

CORE was founded in Leuven in 1966 at the initiative of Jacques Drèze, who is considered its founding father, Anton Barten and Guy de Ghellinck. Initially, the center existed within the Catholic University of Leuven. Following its split in 1968 to form the Dutch-speaking Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the French-speaking Université catholique de Louvain, CORE moved to Louvain-la-Neuve in 1977 to join the latter.

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Random information on the term “GIST”:

In computing, Gist is a scientific graphics library written in C by David H. Munro of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. It supports three graphics output devices: X Window, PostScript, and Computer Graphics Metafiles (CGM). The library is promoted as being small (writing directly to Xlib), efficient, and full-featured. Portability is restricted to systems running X Window (essentially the Unix world).


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There is a Python port called PyGist; it is used as one of several optional graphics front-ends of the scientific library SciPy. PyGist is also ported to Mac and MS Windows.

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Random information on the term “NUB”:

Northern University Bangladesh (Bengali: নর্দান বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) or NUB is a leading private university in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established in 2002. The university was sponsored and founded by International Business Agriculture & Technology (IBAT) Trust.

In 2002, Northern University Bangladesh was established by International Business Agriculture & Technology (IBAT) Trust, a registered, non-political, non-profit voluntary organisation, NUB made its foray in to the field of higher education and established itself as a center for excellence.

Department of Business Administration

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Department of Textile Engineering

Department of English

Department of Development & Governance Studies

Department of Law

Department of Pharmacy

Department of Public Health

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Random information on the term “CRUX”:

Antergos is a Linux distribution based upon Arch Linux. It uses the GNOME 3 desktop environment by default but it can also employ the Cinnamon, MATE, KDE Plasma 5 and Xfce desktops. It was released on July 2012 as Cinnarch and by May 2013 it ranked among the top 30 most popular distributions at DistroWatch. The Galician word Antergos (meaning: ancestors) was chosen “to link the past with the present”.

Initially the project began as Cinnarch and the desktop environment used by this distribution was Cinnamon, a fork of GNOME Shell developed by the Linux Mint team. In April 2013 the team switched the default desktop environment from Cinnamon to GNOME version 3.6, given the difficulty of keeping Cinnamon (which did not make it a priority to stay compatible with the latest GTK libraries)[citation needed] in the repositories of a rolling release like Arch Linux. The distribution was accordingly renamed to Antergos and released under the new name in May 2013.

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Random information on the term “COR”:

California State Prison, Corcoran (COR) is a male-only state prison located in the city of Corcoran, in Kings County, California. Also known as Corcoran State Prison, CSP-C, CSP-COR, CSP-Corcoran, and Corcoran I, it should not be confused with the newer California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison, Corcoran (Corcoran II) located just south of the facility.

As of Fiscal Year 2002/2003, COR had a total of 1,703 staff and an annual institutional budget of US$115 million. As of April 2016, the facility’s total population was 3,870, or more than of 124 percent of its design capacity of 3,116.

Built on what was once Tulare Lake, home to the Yokut Native American people, the facility opened in 1988. The prison hospital was dedicated in October 1993.

In March 1993, at Corcoran, prisoner Wayne Jerome Robertson had raped Eddie Dillard, a prisoner about half his size, after the latter was reassigned to his cell. Robertson, who had the nickname “Booty Bandit”, testified in 1999 that prison guards set up the attack. Dillard testified in the same trial. After Robertson was assigned to general population at Pelican Bay State Prison, California state senator Tom Hayden stated “It is almost certain that he would be targeted for death.”

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