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Possible Answers: OVER, ICED, ENDED, DONE, CLAD, ATANEND, FURLED, INTHECAN, ENGROSSED, BANDAGED, ENFOLDED.
Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Apr 3 2019
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Random information on the term “OVER”:
Over is a large village near the River Great Ouse in the English county of Cambridgeshire, just east of the Prime Meridian.
The parish covers an area of approximately 2,535 acres (1,026 ha). It is ten miles (16 km) east of the town of Huntingdon and is also ten miles (16 km) northwest from the city of Cambridge.
Over contains the basic village facilities, including a primary school, shop, one public house (the Admiral Vernon) and St. Mary’s Church. In recent years, the village has expanded rapidly, with the inclusion of several housing estates, a community and conference centre and modern sporting facilities. An Over day centre was set up in 1989 by Dr. Pamela Cressey. The Over Community Centre was set up with National Lottery funding of almost £1 million in 1999.
Some archaeologists[who?] believe that the ridge of slightly higher land upon which the village stands was the furthest intrusion inland of the sea — unlike the villages in the fens, which were often surrounded by watery land after the sea receded. Over was an edge-of-fen settlement.
Random information on the term “DONE”:
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Random information on the term “CLAD”:
The Centre de linguistique appliquée de Dakar (French for “Center of Applied Linguistics of Dakar”), abbreviated CLAD, is a language institute, which especially plays an important role in the orthographical standardization of the Wolof language.
The Centre was founded in 1963 The Serer Division is headed by Professor Souleymane Faye. Together with his team, they work towards standardizing the Serer language. Faye, a professor of linguistics at the Cheikh Anta Diop University who has authored and co-authored several books and papers partaining to the Serer and Cangin languages is one of the current professors of the Centre (as of 2012).
The institute is located in Dakar (Senegal) and belongs to the Cheikh Anta Diop University (French : “Université Cheikh Anta Diop”).