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Possible Answers: CIRCA, MEAN, ABOUT, CLOSE, NIGH, BESIDE, AROUND, ATHAND, CLOSETO, NOTFAR, CLOSEBY.
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Random information on the term “CIRCA”:
Circa (stylized as CIRCA:) is a progressive rock supergroup founded by four musicians associated with Yes: current Yes member Alan White (drums), former Yes member Tony Kaye (Hammond, keyboards), current Yes member Billy Sherwood (bass, vocals), and guitarist Jimmy Haun, who played on the Yes album Union.
Jimmy Haun and Michael Sherwood (Billy’s elder brother) were childhood friends and went on to form the band Lodgic, which Billy joined in 1981. A few years after Lodgic split up, Billy Sherwood was introduced to Yes bassist Chris Squire and other members of Yes, including Kaye and White. Sherwood worked with the band on material for their next album. Meanwhile, both Haun and Michael Sherwood came to do session work on the second album from the Yes spinoff band, Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. Material from both projects was combined for the 1991 album Union, which thus features Billy Sherwood on the track “The More We Live—Let Go” and Haun and Michael Sherwood on further tracks. Squire and Billy Sherwood had written a body of material not used on Union; subsequently, they briefly toured this under the name of The Chris Squire Experiment in 1992, with a line-up including White and Haun. (The Chris Squire Experiment later evolved into Conspiracy.)
Random information on the term “MEAN”:
Mean (which stands for Music, Entertainment, Art, News) is an American bi-monthly magazine that covers a wide spectrum of pop culture, focusing on celebrities in the fields of music, fashion, art, and film.
Mean began as a music zine and alternative magazine in 1997 and continued in that format through 2001, before being re-launched as a national lifestyle publication in 2004. Mean is published by Kashy Khaledi Media and distributed by Curtis Circulation. Its headquarters is in Los Angeles, CA.
Mean has featured a broad assortment of personalities on its cover. Covers have included Viggo Mortensen, Adrien Brody, Emily Blunt, Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci, Emile Hirsch, Javier Bardem, and Ewan McGregor portraying Woody Allen.
Random information on the term “CLOSE”:
The striatum (also the neostriatum and the striate nucleus) is one of the nuclei in the subcortical basal ganglia of the forebrain. The striatum is a critical component of the motor and reward systems; receives glutamatergic and dopaminergic inputs from different sources; and serves as the primary input to the rest of the basal ganglia nuclei.
Functionally, the striatum coordinates multiple aspects of cognition, including motor- and action- planning, decision-making, motivation, reinforcement, and reward perception. Structurally, when the globus pallidus (pale globe) is included with the striatum, they form the corpus striatum structure. The lentiform nucleus refers to the putamen of the dorsal striatum and the globus pallidus.
In primates, the striatum is divided into ventral and dorsal subdivisions, based upon function and connections. The ventral striatum consists of the nucleus accumbens and the olfactory tubercle. The dorsal striatum consists of the caudate nucleus and the putamen. A white matter, nerve tract (the internal capsule) in the dorsal part separates the caudate nucleus and the putamen. Anatomically, the term striatum describes the striped (striated) appearance of the grey-and-white matter that composes said structure of the brain.