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Possible Answers: HUT, PLAY, HUP, HUTTWO, OPTIONPLAY.

Random information on the term “HUT”:

A barabara or barabora (Russian); ulax̂, ulaagamax, ulaq, or ulas (plural) (Aleut); and ciqlluaq (Alutiiq ~ Sugpiaq) were the traditional, main or communal dwelling used by the Alutiiq people and Aleuts, the indigenous people of the Aleutian Islands. They lay partially underground like an earth lodge or pit-house, and most of the house was excavated from the dirt so as to withstand the high forces of wind in the Aleutian chain of islands. Barabaras are no longer used, as present-day Aleuts live in modern houses and apartment buildings.

The roof of a barabara was generally made from sod and grass layered over a frame of wood or whalebone, and contained a roof doorway for entry. Inside of the barabara was a main room, and a secondary room used for parental purposes. The main room had two rows for cots, less-excavated and higher than the rest of the room. The bottom of the room had one or more holes for an “inhouse”. The entrance typically had a little wind envelope or “Arctic entry” to prevent cold wind, rain or snow from blowing into the main room and cooling it off. There was usually a small hole in the ceiling from which the smoke from the fire escaped.

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Random information on the term “PLAY”:

In psychology and ethology, play is a range of voluntary, intrinsically motivated activities normally associated with recreational pleasure and enjoyment. Play is commonly associated with children and juvenile-level activities, but play occurs at any life stage, and among other higher-functioning animals as well, most notably mammals.

Many prominent researchers in the field of psychology, including Melanie Klein, Jean Piaget, William James, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Lev Vygotsky have viewed play as confined to the human species, believing play was important for human development and using different research methods to prove their theories.


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Play is often interpreted as frivolous; yet the player can be intently focused on their objective, particularly when play is structured and goal-oriented, as in a game. Accordingly, play can range from relaxed, free-spirited and spontaneous through frivolous to planned or even compulsive. Play is not just a pastime activity; it has the potential to serve as an important tool in numerous aspects of daily life for adolescents, adults, and cognitively advanced non-human species (such as primates). Not only does play promote and aid in physical development (such as hand–eye coordination), but it also aids in cognitive development and social skills, and can even act as a stepping stone into the world of integration, which can be a very stressful process. Play is something that most children partake in , but the way play is executed is different between cultures and the way that children engage with play varies universally.

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Random information on the term “HUP”:

Hup is the second album by The Wonder Stuff.

The Hup album contains several references to the 1980s BBC sit-com The Young Ones.

“30 Years In The Bathroom” features the line: ‘Now it’s time to share the joke that the latch on the bathroom door was broke.’ The song name is taken from an exchange between Neil and Rik after Neil has been waiting outside the bathroom door for Rik to come out. Rik asks Neil ‘How long have you been waiting there?’ and Neil replies “30 years” (this is itself a reference to Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights).

There is also another Young Ones reference in the song “Cartoon Boyfriend”. In the episode called Sick, Mike walks into a room and says to the other house mates “What’s this fish doing in my bed?” before walking back off set looking perplexed. In the song Hunt sings the line “there’s a worm in my head and a fish in my bed, she said. Confused? You will be…”

“Let’s Be Other People” mentions the book by Leonard Cohen called Beautiful Losers.

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