Red vegetables

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Possible Answers: BEETS.

Come up short

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Possible Answers: OWE, LOSE, FAIL.

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League of Super Evil (initialized as L.O.S.E. or LOSE) is a Canadian animated television series inspired by the sketch “Once Were Heroes” by Ryan Harper-Brown[citation needed], co-created by Philippe Ivanusic-Vallee, Davila LeBlanc, Peter Ricq, developed by Asaph Fipke, and produced by Nerd Corps Entertainment in conjunction with YTV. It premiered on March 7, 2009 on YTV, at 10:30 a.m. ET. The second season started airing in Canada in September 2010 and the third season season started airing in Canada in June 2012. The series ended its run on August 25, 2012. The series aired reruns on YTV for 2 years, until September 2, 2014, when Teletoon picked up where YTV had left off, the series also aired in the UK on CBBC.

The League of Super Evil (or “L.O.S.E.”) is a group of Super Villains who are plotting to take over their neighborhood in Metrotown and ultimately the world. Their missions usually involve pranks such as gluing a penny to a chair. While all the other citizens in the neighborhood live in suburban houses, L.O.S.E. has a “secret” evil lair. The League is often at odds with other, more “important” super villains such as Skullossus and also tries to evade getting busted by Metrotown’s heroes.

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In the motion picture industry, a “box office bomb” or “box office flop” is a film that is considered highly unsuccessful or unprofitable during its theatrical run, often following significant hype regarding its cost, production, or marketing efforts. Generally, any film for which the production and marketing costs exceed the combined revenue recovered after release is considered to have “bombed”.

Gauging the financial success of a film is difficult, and because there is no reliable definition, what makes a box-office bomb can be very subjective. Not all films that fail to earn back their estimated costs during their theatrical runs are bombs, and the label is generally applied to films that miss earnings projections by a wide margin, particularly when they are very expensive to produce, and sometimes in conjunction with middling or poor reviews (though critical reception has an imperfect connection to box office performance).

Beginning in the 1980s, cinemas started to drop movies that suffered a poor opening weekend.[citation needed] This made the performance of a film on its opening weekend much more crucial to its perception. With the growth of the Internet during the 1990s, chat rooms and websites enabled negative word of mouth to spread rapidly.

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Takes advantage of

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Possible Answers: USES, ABUSES, GULLS, WALKSON, CASHESINON, TRADESON.

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The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (H.R. 803; Pub.L. 113–128) (WIOA) is a United States public law that consolidates job training programs under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) into a single funding stream. It will also amend the Wagner-Peyser Act, reauthorize adult-education programs, and reauthorize programs under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The various job programs will be authorized for six years with a requirement that they record and report on how many people get new jobs through their participation in the programs.

The bill was originally introduced into the United States House of Representatives as the “Supporting Knowledge and Investing in Lifelong Skills Act” or “SKILLS Act”. This happened during the 113th United States Congress.

In 2015, the bill was amended by the To amend the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act to improve the Act (S. 1124, Pub.L. 114–18)

The federal jobs training programs from this bill were first authorized in 1998, an authorization that expired in 2003 and Congress was unable to subsequently reauthorize.

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Picture-developing places

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Possible Answers: PHOTOLABS.

Pea holders

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Possible Answers: PODS, ARILS.

Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Sep 19 2018

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PODS, or Portable On Demand Storage, is a moving and storage company. It was founded in 1998 and is based in Clearwater, Florida.

PODS operates by delivering a storage container to the customer’s house. The containers are constructed of plywood over steel frames, and are available in three sizes. The customer can pack their items in it, lock it themselves with their own padlock, then have the unit stored at a warehouse, or have it delivered to another location. The units and warehouse are owned by local franchises. PODS is working with Sprint Nextel to use wireless GPS to track trucks in the fleet and to give directions for deliveries. PODS was bought in 2014 by the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.

PODS was founded in 1998 by Peter Warhurst who was looking to expand his family’s storage business. He invented PODS containers, as well as a hydraulic lift system that enables operators to easily deliver and transport the units, which he named PODZILLA. In 2005, PODS grossed over $200 million in revenue. In addition, as of 2005, PODS was still privately owned, however, PODS is now franchised in 45 states, and logs 2,500 pickups and deliveries a day. Between 2005 and August 2009, PODS service expanded to include 48 states, as well as Australia and Canada.

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Medicine amount

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Possible Answers: DOSE, DOSAGE.

PAT on the back

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Possible Answers: KUDOS, LAUD, PRAISE, BURP, KUDO, COMPLIMENT.

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School counseling is a professional educational service wherein practitioners strive to meet the needs of students in three basic educational domains: academic development, career development, and personal/social development. This is accomplished through the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student achievement through a guidance curriculum, individual planning strategies, responsive services and comprehensive school counseling program support/advocacy.

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Burping (also known as belching, ructus, erupt or eructation) is the release of gas from the digestive tract (mainly esophagus and stomach) through the mouth.

Burping is generally caused by swallowing air when eating or drinking and subsequently expelling it, so in this case the expelled gas is mainly a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen. Burps can also be caused by drinking carbonated beverages, such as beer, soft drinks, energy drinks, and wine in which case the expelled gas is primarily carbon dioxide from the drink itself. Common diabetes drugs metformin and Byetta can cause burping, especially at higher doses. This often resolves in a few weeks. Burping combined with other symptoms such as dyspepsia, nausea and heartburn may be a sign of an ulcer or hiatal hernia, and should be reviewed by a physician. Other causes of burping include: food allergy, gallbladder problems, acid reflux disease, H. pylori, and gastritis.

The current Guinness world record for the loudest burp is 109.9 dB, set by Paul Hunn on 23 August 2009. This is louder than a jackhammer at a distance of 1 m (3 ft 3 in).

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KOAN (1080 kHz, “Hot Talk 1080”) is a commercial AM radio station in Anchorage, Alaska. It is owned by Tetyana Sevvina Robbins through licensee Falcon Broadcasting LLC. KOAN is managed by Alaska Integrated Media, a company of six radio stations; three owned by AIM (KZND, KMVN, KVNT) and three managed by the company (KLEF, KYKA, KOAN).

KOAN is an Alaskan clear-channel Class A station, broadcasting at 10,000 watts with a non-directional antenna. Programming is also heard on 250 watt FM translator K236KG at 95.1 MHz.

Hot Talk 1080 airs a talk radio format, with mostly syndicated programs, many from the Salem Radio Network. Weekday host include Hugh Hewitt, Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Laura Ingraham, Tom Sullivan, Todd Schnitt and Steve Deace. Weekends feature shows on money, health, home repair, travel, beer and cigars. Hosts include Rudy Maxa, Ric Edelman, Gary Sullivan and Phil Valentine. Most hours begin with world and national news from Fox News Radio.

In the early 1970s, Mt. Susitna Broadcasting Corporation applied to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a construction permit for a new broadcast radio station. The FCC granted a permit for a new 10,000 watts station to broadcast as a clear-channel station on 1080 kHz. The new station was assigned the call sign KANC. After construction and testing were completed, the station was granted its broadcast license and began regular broadcasting on May 10, 1975.

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Daily solution for the LA Times Crossword Answers 3 Jun 2018, Sunday. The LA Times Crosswords are very hard some times, with our help you will be able to finish the tricky definitions.
Below you will find all the answers for the LA Times Crossword Answers 3 Jun 2018, Sunday divided to 2 sections, Across clues and Down Clues.

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Across

NumberCluesAnswers
1Garments with hooksBRAS
5Metro regionsURBS
9ComplaintBEEF
13Metals industry acronymALCOA
18Ocular cleaning brandRENU
19Hilarious typeRIOT
20Lewis lionASLAN
22Destined (to)MEANT
23Proposed explanation for oversize British sausage?BIG BANGER THEORY (from “Big Bang theory”)
26One in a newsstand stackPAPER
27News agcy.UPI
28Like rainy London skiesGREY
29Zagros Mountains countryIRAQ
31StackPILE
32Rap sheet listPRIORS
35Scotland, in Scottish GaelicALBA
38Spanish hillsidesCUESTAS
40Highly regarded speakersBOSE
41Kiss in the rink?HOCKEY PUCKER (from “hockey puck”)
46GermaneAPT
47Name of two 134-AcrossesJOHN PAUL
49DupeREPRO
50U.K. governing bodyPARL
52Vital conduitsAORTAS
54Self-serve fast-food itemSODA
56Farming prefixAGRI-
59Greener Living org.EPA
62Screwballs hanging out at the end of the block?CORNER FLAKES (from “corn flakes”)
66City on the OrneCAEN
67“The first thing you must know … ”RULE ONE …
69“You __ on My Mind”: 1965 hitWERE
70Reducing big-timeSLASHING
72DuPont acrylicORLON
73Outer __SPACE
75Near the hourTEN TO
76Summer time?DISCO ERA
80Slate, for oneE-MAG
81Greet warmlySMILE AT
83Ferrara family nameESTE
84Dollhouse porch chair?LITTLE ROCKER (from “Little Rock”)
87“Kidnapped” monogramRLS
88Country suffix-STAN
89Reason for an RGORE
90Prime minister after BeginSHAMIR
92Stigmatic fictional symbolRED A
94Ham it upEMOTE
98ExpiateATONE FOR
102“Mad Men” networkAMC
104Lackadaisical soccer shot?SLEEPY HEADER (from “sleepy head”)
107Diminish slowlyFADE
108Wild Blue Yonder seller since 2003CRAYOLA
110Quiet timeLULL
111Gives rise toYIELDS
113Canadian tank fillersESSO
114Marine predatorORCA
117BounceECHO
120No and PhilDRS
121Ballet attireTUTUS
123Dark ale expert?PORTER AUTHORITY (from “port authority”)
129Brand for painALEVE
130Baking stapleSUGAR
131Ballet bendPLIE
132Picked doAFRO
133What bait doesLURES
134Religious leaderPOPE
135Door signPUSH
136Like eyes “you can’t hide,” in an Eagles hitLYIN’

Down

NumberCluesAnswers
1Texter’s “Need a short break”BRB
2Portuguese kingREI
3DistressANGUISH
4Order in the courtSUBPOENA
5Keats subjectURN
6TV’s Mrs. PeelRIGG
7Orange Free State settlerBOER
8Hot timeSTREAK
9Rats relative?BAH!
10Saskatoon-to-Winnipeg dir.ESE
11Fair-haired sci-fi raceELOI
12Castmate of Alda and SwitFARR
13Rev (up)AMP
14Quantum events?LEAPS
15Dive at the governor’s mansion pool?CAPITAL GAINER (from “capital gain”)
16Pool unitONE LAP
17ImmobileAT REST
21New York City suburb on the HudsonNYACK
24Fresh __AIR
25Perry who created MadeaTYLER
30“‘Sup, Juan?”QUE PASA?
32Lunchbox staple, casuallyPBJ
33Kanga’s kidROO
34Gless of “Cagney & Lacey”SHARON
36Playoffs privilegeBYE
37Kindle downloadAPP
39Mound meas.ERA
42StrangeOUTRE
43Extended familyCLAN
44Celestial bearURSA
45“Order up!” callersCOOKS
48Pennsylvania’s __ MountainsPOCONO
51Mother of JosephRACHEL
53Finalizes, with “up”SEWS
55Dover’s st.DEL
57Enterprise offeringRENTAL
58Closely watched barsINGOTS
59Eats intoERODES
60Strict observerPURIST
61Fishing pro?ALL-STAR CASTER (from “all-star cast”)
63Turn backREPEL
64Bowling unitFRAME
65Aptly named RenaultLE CAR
68Dawn-of-mammals epochEOCENE
71Recipe wordsSTIR IN
74They may clash on the lotEGOS
77“The Fantasticks” narrator whose name translates to “The Rooster”EL GALLO
78Atlantic resort cityRIO
79Kilmer’s famous last words?A TREE
81Glide on bladesSKATE
82Computer’s abundanceMEMORY
85Holiday hireTEMP
86Libya neighborCHAD
91Common HMO requirementREFERRAL
93U.K. military awardDSO
95Olive not found in martinisOYL
96Cal. columnTHU
97Conger catcherEELER
99FakeFALSIFY
100AtypicalODD
101Hi-__ imageRES
102Perfumery compoundACETAL
103Enterprise helmsmanMR SULU
105Old West brothersEARPS
106Fearless Fosdick’s creatorAL CAPP
109“__ grown”YOU’VE
112Altar promiseI DO
115Clever maneuverCOUP
1162012 Best PictureARGO
118“The Handmaid’s Tale” airerHULU
119Bluesy ReddingOTIS
122French possessiveSES
124Wire intrusionTAP
125Ode prepositionERE
126Sneaky laughHEH
127__-tip: beef cutTRI
128“Round __ virgin … ”YON

Computer repairer, for short

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Possible Answers: TECH.

Got better and better at

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Possible Answers: PERFECTED.