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Possible Answers: ROD, BAT, ATTACH, STAB, CANE, GORE, MIRE, GLUE, ADHERE, POKE, LODGE, CLING, COHERE, IMPALE, REMAIN, MANUAL, NEEDLED, BILLET, STAYCONNECTED.
Random information on the term “ROD”:
Birching is a corporal punishment with a birch rod, typically applied to the recipient’s bare buttocks, although occasionally to the back and/or shoulders.
A birch rod (often shortened to “birch”) is a bundle of leafless twigs bound together to form an implement for administering corporal punishment.
Contrary to what the name suggests, a birch rod is not a single rod and is not necessarily made from birch twigs, but can also be made from various other strong and smooth branches of trees or shrubs, such as willow. A hazel rod is particularly painful; a bundle of four or five hazel twigs was used in the 1960s and 1970s on the Isle of Man, the last jurisdiction in Europe to use birching as a judicial penalty.
Another factor in the severity of a birch rod is its size – i.e. its length, weight and number of branches. In some penal institutions, several versions were in use, which were often given names. For example, in Dartmoor Prison the device used to punish male offenders above the age of 16 – weighing some 16 ounces (450 g), and 48 inches (1.2 m) long – was known as the senior birch.[when?]
Random information on the term “BAT”:
The British Antarctic Territory (BAT) is a sector of Antarctica claimed by the United Kingdom as one of its 14 British Overseas Territories, of which it is by far the largest by area. It comprises the region south of 60°S latitude and between longitudes 20°W and 80°W, forming a wedge shape that extends to the South Pole, overlapping the Antarctic claims of Argentina (Argentine Antarctica) and Chile (Chilean Antarctic Territory).
The Territory was formed on 3 March 1962, although the UK’s claim to this portion of the Antarctic dates back to Letters patent of 1908 and 1917. The area now covered by the Territory includes three regions which, before 1962, were administered by the British as separate dependencies of the Falkland Islands: Graham Land, the South Orkney Islands, and the South Shetland Islands. Since the Antarctic Treaty came into force in 1961, Article 4 of which states “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica. No new claim, or enlargement of an existing claim, to territorial sovereignty shall be asserted while the present Treaty is in force.” Most countries do not recognise territorial claims in Antarctica. The United Kingdom has ratified the treaty.
Random information on the term “STAB”:
Stab is an unincorporated community in Pulaski County, Kentucky, United States.
A post office called Stab was established in 1922, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1994. The name Stab was chosen in part for its brevity; the first choice had been rejected as too long by postal authorities.
Random information on the term “GLUE”:
Glue, or Glue – Historia adolescente en medio de la nada, is a 2006 Argentine film written and directed by Argentine film director Alexis Dos Santos and was his debut long feature film.
The movie is set in a small Argentine town in Zapala, Neuquén Province, Patagonia. Lucas (Nahuel Biscayart), a 16-year-old boy full of testosterone, plays in a punk rock band with his friend Nacho (Nahuel Viale). When he meets a girl, Andrea (Inés Efron), the three mutually engage in drug use and sexual exploration.
Random information on the term “POKE”:
A Gamut of Games is an innovative book of games written by Sid Sackson and first published in 1969. It contains rules for a large number of paper and pencil, card, and board games. Many of the games in the book had never before been published. It is considered by many to be an essential text for anyone interested in abstract strategy games, and a number of the rules were later expanded into full-fledged published board games.
Some of the games which were later sold separately include Focus, Property and Origins of World War I; Robert Abbott expanded his game Crossings, published here, into the more-refined title Epaminondas. Many of the games covered in the book were creations of Sid Sackson himself, who was a prolific game designer.
The sections of the book and the games covered therein are as follows:
All of the games in this section use a standard pack of cards.
All of the games in this section use a checkerboard.
All of the games in this section are meant to be played with pencil and paper.
Random information on the term “MANUAL”:
A user guide or user’s guide, also commonly known as a manual, is a technical communication document intended to give assistance to people using a particular system. It is usually written by a technical writer, although user guides are written by programmers, product or project managers, or other technical staff, particularly in smaller companies.
User guides are most commonly associated with electronic goods, computer hardware and software.
Most user guides contain both a written guide and the associated images. In the case of computer applications, it is usual to include screenshots of the human-machine interface(s), and hardware manuals often include clear, simplified diagrams. The language used is matched to the intended audience, with jargon kept to a minimum or explained thoroughly.
The sections of a user manual often include:
User manuals and user guides for most non-trivial software applications are book-like documents with contents similar to the above list. The “PhotoMeister User’s Manual” is a good example of this type of document. Some documents have a more fluid structure with many internal links. The Google Earth User Guide is an example of this format. The term guide is often applied to a document that addresses a specific aspect of a software product. Some usages are Installation Guide, Getting Started Guide, and various How to guides. An example is the Picasa Getting Started Guide.