Parisian pronoun

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Possible Answers: ELLE, NOTRE, SES, TOI, ILS, CES, LUI, ELLES.

Last seen on: – Crossword – May 29 2020
NY Times Crossword 21 Jul 2018, Saturday

Random information on the term “ELLE”:

Elle Girl was the largest older-teen fashion and beauty magazine brand in the world with 12 editions and supplements worldwide. Launched in August 2001, it was the younger sibling to Elle magazine, and similarly focused on beauty, health, entertainment and looked at daring fashion—its slogan: “Dare to be different”. The magazine was published monthly and was based in New York City.

Its staffers were informed in early April 2006 that Elle Girl (USA)’s last issue would be its June/July 2006 Summer Issue, while they were already in the middle of working on the August 2006 issue, which is traditionally the largest issue of the year—covering fall fashion and back-to-school topics. The company intended to continue updating the Elle Girl website, and create new media in conjunction with, as well as publishing biannual special issues.

Hachette Filipacchi CEO Jack Kliger, who was also responsible for closing three other Hachette magazines—George, Mirabella, and Travel Holiday, commented on Elle Girl’s future on the internet, stating: “When teen girls are not on the Web, they are on their cells. The company will keep the website and work on Elle Girl ringtones, wallpaper mobile pages and projects in the mobile blogging area.”

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Random information on the term “SES”:

29 June 1897 (as Scottish Society of Economists),

The Scottish Economic Society (SES), known up to 1953 as the Scottish Society of Economists, is a scholarly society “promoting the study and teaching of economics.” It is registered as a charity in Scotland (number SCO 21757).

The Society has published an academic journal, the Scottish Journal of Political Economy, since March 1954. It also organises an annual conference and other events.

The stated objects of the society are:

The current Honorary President of the SES is Prof. Anne Gasteen of Glasgow Caledonian University.

The Scottish Society of Economists was formed in 1897, its first president being Joseph Shield Nicholson of the University of Edinburgh. Despite the society’s title, its 108 initial members came from a variety of professions. However, it was a purely male membership until four women joined in 1905. Nicholson set out his ambitions for the society: that it would be above all scientific, not campaigning for any specific reforms or a vehicle for propaganda. He made it a principle that debate would not be settled by voting. He was president of the society until 1903, and remained very involved until his death in 1927, after which the society’s activity declined. By 1953, the society had not met for twenty years.

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Random information on the term “TOI”:

King Tou or Toi is the name of a king of Hamath, a city located in Syria. He is only mentioned in 2 Samuel 8:9-10 and 1 Chronicles 18:9-10. According to sources Gina arroyo Ugarit Forschungen and Semitica wrote “Leading journals recently wrote on the discovery of eight significant sites in Turkey and northern Syria which revealed the existence of a large Philistine kingdom under the rule of Tai(ta) of Hamath.”

9 Now when Tou king of Hamath heard how David had smitten all the host of Hadarezer king of Zobah;

10 He sent Joram his son to king David, to enquire of his welfare, and to congratulate him, because he had fought against Hadarezer, and smitten him; (for Hadarezer had war with Tou;) and with him all manner of vessels of gold and silver and brass.


The text tells that King David successfully defeated an enemy of Tou’s, Hadarezer, the king of Zobah. To congratulate David (and remind him that he was friendly to David), he sent his son Hadoram as an ambassador and with him a (presumably) large tribute, made mostly up of vessels of gold and silver and brass. David added them to the Temple treasury, after rededicating them.

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Random information on the term “ILS”:

International Launch Services (ILS) is an American-Russian joint venture with exclusive rights to the worldwide sale of commercial Proton rocket launch services from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

ILS was formed in 1995 as a private spaceflight partnership between Lockheed Martin (LM), Khrunichev and Energia. ILS initially co-marketed non-military launches on both the U.S. Atlas and the Russian Proton expendable launch vehicles.

With the Atlas V launch of the SES 1KR satellite on April 20, 2006, ILS had made 100 launches, 97 of which were successful.

In September 2006, Lockheed-Martin announced its intention to sell its ownership interests in Lockheed Khrunichev Energia International, Inc. (LKEI) and ILS International Launch Services, Inc. (ILS) to Space Transport Inc. Space Transport Inc. was formed specifically for this transaction by Mario Lemme, who has been a consultant to ILS since its inception and a Board member for more than three years.

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Random information on the term “CES”:

Closed ecological systems (CES) are ecosystems that do not rely on matter exchange with any part outside the system.

The term is most often used to describe small manmade ecosystems. Such systems are scientifically interesting and can potentially serve as a life support system during space flights, in space stations or space habitats.

In a closed ecological system, any waste products produced by one species must be used by at least one other species. If the purpose is to maintain a life form, such as a mouse or a human, waste products such as carbon dioxide, feces and urine must eventually be converted into oxygen, food, and water.

A closed ecological system must contain at least one autotrophic organism. While both chemotrophic and phototrophic organisms are plausible, almost all closed ecological systems to date are based on a phototroph such as green algae.

Frieda Taub reviewed work from 1953 to 1974.

A closed ecological system for an entire planet is called an ecosphere.

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Random information on the term “LUI”:

This category has only the following subcategory.

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

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