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Possible Answers: TAN, SLUG, YELLAT, CHASTISE, BLASTED, CLOBBER, LAYINTO.
Random information on the term “TAN”:
Tan is a pale tone of brown. The name is derived from tannum (oak bark) used in the tanning of leather.
The first recorded use of tan as a color name in English was in the year 1590.
Colors which are similar or may be considered synonymous to tan include: tawny, tenné, and fulvous.
Displayed at right is the color Sandy tan.
This color was formulated by Crayola in 2000 as a Crayola marker color.
Displayed at right is the orangish tone of tan called tan since 1958 in Crayola crayons and 1990 in Crayola markers.
Displayed at right is the color Windsor tan.
The first recorded use of windsor tan as a color name in English was in 1925.
Displayed at right is the color Tuscan tan.
The first recorded use of Tuscan tan as a color name in English was in 1926.
Random information on the term “CLOBBER”:
Clobber is an abstract strategy game invented in 2001 by combinatorial game theorists Michael H. Albert, J.P. Grossman and Richard Nowakowski. It has subsequently been studied by Elwyn Berlekamp and Erik Demaine among others. Since 2005, it has been one of the events in the Computer Olympiad.
Players take turns to move one of their own pieces onto an orthogonally adjacent opposing piece, removing it from the game. The winner of the game is the player who makes the last move (i.e. whose opponent cannot move).
Clobber is best played with two players and takes an average of 15 minutes to play. It is suggested for ages 8 and up. It is typically played on a rectangular white and black checkerboard. To start the game, each of the squares on the checkerboard is occupied by a stone. White stones are placed on the white squares and black stones on the black squares. To move, the player must pick up one of his or her own stones and “clobber” an opponent’s stone on an adjacent square, either horizontally or vertically. Once the opponent’s stone is clobbered, it must then be removed from the board and replaced by the stone that was moved. The player who, on their turn, is unable to move, loses the game.