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Possible Answers: RAP, SLAM, SLUR, SMEAR, BASH, DIS, TRASH, ABUSE, ASPERSE, DECRY, RIPON, REVILE, KNOCK, SLANDER, MALIGN, CONDEMN.
Last seen on: –Wall Street Journal Crossword – Sep 26 2018 – C Through
–NY Times Crossword 24 Jun 2018, Sunday
Random information on the term “RAP”:
Linguistics is the scientific study of language, and its form, meaning, and context. The earliest activities in the documentation and description of language have been attributed to the 4th century BCE Indian grammarian Pāṇini, who wrote a formal description of the Sanskrit language in his Aṣṭādhyāyī.
Linguists traditionally analyse human language by observing an interplay between sound and meaning. Phonetics is the study of speech and non-speech sounds, and delves into their acoustic and articulatory properties. The study of language meaning, on the other hand, deals with how languages encode relations between entities, properties, and other aspects of the world to convey, process, and assign meaning, as well as manage and resolve ambiguity. While the study of semantics typically concerns itself with truth conditions, pragmatics deals with how situational context influences the production of meaning.
Grammar is a system of rules which governs the production and use of utterances in a given language. These rules apply to sound as well as meaning, and include componential sub-sets of rules, such as those pertaining to phonology (the organisation of phonetic sound systems), morphology (the formation and composition of words), and syntax (the formation and composition of phrases and sentences). Modern theories that deal with the principles of grammar are largely based within Noam Chomsky’s ideological school of generative grammar.
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Random information on the term “SLAM”:
Slam is a producer/DJ duo from Glasgow, consisting of Stuart McMillan (born 1966, Glasgow) and Orde Meikle (born 1964, Oxford). They are co-founders of Soma Quality Recordings. Their music style consists of house and techno.
McMillan and Meikle’s first club event was a weekly Thursday night called Black Market, in the Glasgow club, Fury Murrys. They played a mix of house, funk and rap. In early 1988, they were approached by Steven Sleepman (aka Steven Workman), after he heard his first acid house track on DJ Segun’s late night show on Radio Clyde. During a brief stint PRing for Club Eden, Sleepman secured a Saturday night at Glasgow’s Tin Pan Alley, which was to become the home of Slam. Prior to the launch of her musical career Dot Allison (future musical collaborator) worked with the PR team, and DJ Harri was a regular guest on the turntables.
Slam then launched a Friday night at the Sub Club called Joy. Black Market still kept its own musical identity throughout the Summer of Love, playing an eclectic mix of musical genres.
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Random information on the term “BASH”:
Bash is a surname.
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Random information on the term “DIS”:
DIS is an art collective based in New York City. It was founded in 2010 by Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso, and David Toro, and publishes DIS Magazine, a twist on a lifestyle and fashion magazine that was additionally co-founded with Nick Scholl, Patrik Sandberg, and Samuel Adrian Massey, its editor and editors at large.
The collective was founded in 2010 by Solomon Chase, David Toro, and the married couple of Marco Roso and Lauren Boyle, web and advertising professionals with a common interest in fashion. Its magazine, co-founded with Nick Scholl, the editor, and Patrik Sandberg and Samuel Adrian Massey, editors at large, and its website echo and parody “marketing messages, social networking, and digital fiction”, leading to a questioning on the part of the viewer/consumer. The magazine has “Distaste, Dystopia and Dysmorphia” sections; in the words of one collaborator, DIS “bend[s] the concept of what a magazine is”; they themselves describe DIS Magazine as a “post-Internet lifestyle magazine about art, fashion and commerce”.
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