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Possible Answers: PINE, FIR, YEW.
Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Mar 10 2020
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Random information on the term “PINE”:
Alpine is a free software email client developed at the University of Washington.
Alpine is a rewrite of the Pine Message System that adds support for Unicode and other features. Alpine is meant to be suitable for both inexperienced email users and the most demanding of power users. Alpine can be learned by exploration and the use of context-sensitive help. The user interface can be customized.
Alpine shares many common features of console applications, like a rich set of shortcut keys, using keyboard instead of mouse to do all navigation and operation. In fact, all operations in Alpine have corresponding shortcut keys.
Unlike other console applications targeting developers and experienced users, which often require users to edit a configuration file, Alpine lets users change most configuration options within the software. This makes alpine one of the most easy to learn console-based email clients.
Alpine supports IMAP, POP, SMTP, NNTP and LDAP protocol natively. Although it does not support composing HTML email, it can display emails that only have HTML content as text. Alpine can read and write to folders in several formats, including Maildir, mbox, the mh format used by the mh message handling system, mbx, and mix.
Random information on the term “FIR”:
F.I.R. (traditional Chinese: 飛兒樂團; simplified Chinese: 飞儿乐团; pinyin: Fēiér Yuètuán) is a Taiwanese pop rock band formed in 2004. The band consists of Faye Chan (lead vocals), Ian Chen (keyboards) and Real Huang (guitar, vocals). Producer Ian Chen formed his own band and recruited the other two members to form F.I.R. They are well known throughout Asia after their hit “Lydia”, which gained popularity and was the theme song for the Taiwanese TV drama The Outsiders (鬥魚). The drama was aired in Taiwan without revealing the singer of the theme song. The song attracted many fans, which led to F.I.R.’s big success when they finally debuted in 2004.
The name F.I.R. comes from the initials of the names of the three members: Faye, Ian, and Real. It is also a backronym for “Fairyland In Reality”, their debut album name.
Random information on the term “YEW”:
Yew Tee is an area situated in the western part of Singapore. It is a sub-division of Choa Chu Kang New Town. Yew Tee is a cluster of Housing and Development Board flats and private condominums, made up of three neighbourhoods in Choa Chu Kang New Town. As a relatively new estate, a large proportion of its residents are young families and middle income earners.
Yew Tee is the name of a village off Woodlands Road. It is also the location of an eponymous MRT station serving the area, which opened in 1996.
Yew Tee means “oil pond” in Teochew. The village was so named because oil was stored there during the Japanese Occupation. It was once a bustling village housing more than 300 families, mostly small-time farmers who grew vegetables and reared ducks and chickens. Many of the residents moved away when development of the land began in the 1980s.
As part of the Choa Chu Kang New Town, all the apartments are built after 1993. Yew Tee is divided into two towns – Limbang and Yew Tee. Limbang has a smaller land area than Yew Tee.