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Possible Answers: LIT, APART, IRK, LEAVE, SPARK, BEGAN, IGNITE, EMBARK, INITIATE, STARTED, DETONATE, TRIGGER, EMBARKED, STARTOUT, IGNITED, DETONATED, TRIGGERED.
Last seen on: –The Washington Post Crossword – Jan 13 2019
–LA Times Crossword 13 Jan 19, Sunday
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Dec 29 2018
–The Washington Post Crossword – Dec 21 2018
–LA Times Crossword 21 Dec 18, Friday
–Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Nov 9 2018
–Newsday.com Crossword – Aug 4 2018
Random information on the term “LIT”:
Lit Brothers was a moderately-priced department store based in Philadelphia. Samuel and Jacob Lit opened the first store at North 8th and Market Streets in 1891. Lit’s positioned itself well as a more affordable alternate to competitors Strawbridge and Clothier, Wanamaker’s, and Gimbels. The store’s slogan was “A Great Store in A Great City,” and it was noted for its millinery department.
The Lit Brother Store building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and is located in the East Center City Commercial Historic District.
In 1891, Rachel P. Lit (1858-1919, later surnamed Weddel, still later Arnold) opened a woman’s clothing shop on the corner of Market and N. 8th Streets. With the administration and innovative advertising techniques of her brothers, Colonel Samuel David Lit (1859-1929) and Jacob David Lit (1872-1950), their small store soon became one of the largest retail stores in Philadelphia. From 1895 to 1907, the store continued to expand, with the company taking over the remaining buildings on the block of Market between North 7th and 8th Streets – including the J. M. Maris Dry Goods Store, the Bailey Store and the J. B. Lippincott & Co. Building – and adding new buildings at either end of the block designed to blend in with the existing buildings. With alterations and additions, the Lit Brothers Store became the only full block of Victorian architecture in Philadelphia, composed of 33 buildings constructed between 1859 and 1918, with a common interior. The new buildings and the alterations were designed by Charles M. Autenrieth and Edward Collins.
Random information on the term “IRK”:
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Random information on the term “SPARK”:
A spark is an incandescent particle. Such sparks may be produced by pyrotechnics, by metalworking or as a by-product of fires, especially when burning wood.
In pyrotechnics, iron filings and metal alloys such as magnalium may be used to create sparks. The quantity and style of sparks produced depends on the composition and pyrophoricity of the metal and can be used to identify the type of metal by spark testing. In the case of iron, the presence of carbon is required, as in carbon steel — about 0.7% is best for large sparks. The carbon burns explosively in the hot iron and this produces pretty, branching sparks. The color of sparks used in pyrotechnics is determined by the material that the sparks are made from, with the possibility of adding different chemical compounds to certain materials to further influence the color of the sparks. The duration of the existence of a spark is determined by the initial size of the particle, with a larger size leading to a longer-lasting spark.
Random information on the term “IGNITE”:
Albums originally released in the year 2010. See also 2010 in music.
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Random information on the term “TRIGGER”:
Trigger (originally named Golden Cloud, July 4, 1934 – July 3, 1965) was a 15.3 hands (63 inches, 160 cm) palomino horse made famous in American Western films with his owner and rider, cowboy star Roy Rogers.
Trigger was born in San Diego, California. Though often mistaken for a Tennessee Walking Horse, his sire was a Thoroughbred and his dam a grade (unregistered) mare who, like Trigger, was a palomino. Movie director William Witney, who directed Roy and Trigger in many of their movies, claimed a slightly different lineage, that his sire was a “registered” Palomino stallion, though no known Palomino registry existed at the time of Trigger’s birth, and his dam was by a Thoroughbred and out of a “cold-blood” mare. Horses other than Golden Cloud also portrayed “Trigger” over the years, none of which was related to Golden Cloud, the two most prominent of which were palominos known as “Little Trigger” and “Trigger Jr.” (who was a Tennessee Walking Horse listed as “Allen’s Gold Zephyr” in the Tennessee Walking Horse registry). Though Trigger remained a stallion his entire life, he was never bred and has no descendants. On the other hand, Roy Rogers used “Trigger Jr.”/”Allen’s Golden Zephyr” at stud for many years, and the horse named “Triggerson” that actor Val Kilmer led on stage as a tribute to Rogers and his cowboy peers during the Academy Awards show in March 1999 was reportedly a grandson of “Trigger Jr.”