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Random information on the term “EBB”:

Ebb is an extinct town in St. Clair County, in the U.S. state of Missouri.

A post office called Ebb was established in 1902, and remained in operation until 1913. The community was named after Ebenezer Vaughn, the child of a local minister.

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Random information on the term “TIDE”:

The Computer-Assisted Passenger Prescreening System (often abbreviated CAPPS) is a counter-terrorism system in place in the United States air travel industry. The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) maintains a watchlist, pursuant to 49 USC § 114 (h)(2), of “individuals known to pose, or suspected of posing, a risk of air piracy or terrorism or a threat to airline or passenger safety.” The list is used to pre-emptively identify terrorists attempting to buy airline tickets or board aircraft traveling in the United States, and to mitigate perceived threats.

CAPPS systems rely on what is known as a passenger name record (PNR). When a person books a plane ticket, certain identifying information is collected by the airline: full name, address, etc. This information is used to check against some data store (e.g., a TSA No-Fly list, the FBI ten most wanted fugitive list, etc.) and assign a terrorism “risk score” to that person. High risk scores require the airline to subject the person to extended baggage and/or personal screening, and to contact law enforcement if necessary.

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Random information on the term “WAVE”:

WAVE, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 47), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The station is owned by Raycom Media. WAVE maintains studio facilities located on South Floyd Street in downtown Louisville, and its transmitter in New Albany, Indiana (alongside the digital transmitter of CBS affiliate WLKY). On cable, WAVE is available on Charter Spectrum channel 6 and in high definition on digital channel 906.

The station first signed on the air on November 24, 1948, originally broadcasting on VHF channel 5. The station’s transmitter originally broadcast at 24,100 watts. WAVE was the first television station to sign on in the state of Kentucky, and the 41st to debut in the United States. It was founded by the Norton family, who had signed on WAVE radio (970 AM, now WGTK) in 1932. The station has been a primary NBC affiliate since its debut, owing to its sister radio station’s longtime affiliation with the NBC Red Network; however, it also initially carried secondary affiliations with ABC, CBS and the DuMont Television Network.

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Random information on the term “WAVES”:

Harriet Wiseman Elliott was born in Carbondale, Illinois, on July 10, 1884. She attended Park College in Parkville, Missouri, received a bachelor’s degree from Hanover College in Indiana, and a master’s degree from Columbia University in New York. Elliott joined the faculty of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in 1913, as a teacher of political science. In 1935 she became Dean of Women at the school.

In addition to her involvement in education in North Carolina, Elliott gained prominence during the war years as the Consumer Commissioner on the Advisory Commission to the Council of National Defense (1940-1941), Chairman of the Woman’s Division of the War Finance Committee (1942-1946), Deputy Director of the Office of Price Administration, and U.S. delegate to the UN Conference on Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in London in 1945. She was active in various political, civic and professional organizations as well as holding membership on several state committees and commissions.

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