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Women’s Hairstyle Crossword Clue – “Grease” is a blockbuster action musical whose film version was released in 1978. The film stars John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Travolta was not the first choice for the lead role. He was first welcomed by Henry Winkler of “Happy Days” fame, where he played “The Fonz.” Winkler turned down the role for fear of being labeled a 1950s leather-clad “hat”.

A plum is a plum. The name “plum” comes from the Latin word “prunum”, which means “plum”.

Women’s Hairstyle Crossword Clue

Women's Hairstyle Crossword Clue

Otis Redding is often called the “King of Soul” and what a voice he had. It seems that, like many other legends in the world of popular music, Redding died in a plane crash in 1967 at just 26 years old. Just three days earlier, he had recorded his biggest single, “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay.”

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John Oliver is a British comedian and comedian who has hosted the late-night talk show “Last Week Tonight” since 2014. In 2008, he moved to the United States to host “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central after working as a writer for senior British programs since 2006. In his home country, Oliver was awarded the OBE but declined the honour, citing dissatisfaction with the words “British Empire”. Good for him…

“Oliver!” is a stage musical by Lionel Bart based on Charles Dickens’ novel “Oliver Twist”. “Oliver!” it was successfully adapted for the big screen in 1968. The film version won six Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Carol Reed. The film stars Mark Lester in the title role, Ron Moody as Fagin and Oliver Reed as Bill Sikes.

“Clau” is the French word for “key”. In music, a crack is used to represent the sound of a note written on wood. The bass clef is also known as the treble clef, the treble clef is the treble clef, and the treble clef is the treble clef.

Grubhub is an online food ordering and delivery company that was founded in Chicago in 2004. Users can access restaurant menus online, order and pick up food at home.

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The “Sno-Cat” brand is owned by Tucker. All groomers are tracked vehicles designed to work in the snow and are commonly used on polar expeditions. Tucker’s modern Sno-Cat differs from its competitors in that it has four independent tracks.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s source for his musical “Cats” was “Old Possum’s Book of Acting Cats” by T. S. Eliot. Eliot’s collection of inspirational poems was published in 1939, and was a personal favorite of the teenage Webber. My wife and I have seen “Cats” a few times and loved it. . .

The Little Mermaid is a 1989 Disney animated film based on the fairy tale of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. It tells the story of a mermaid princess named Ariel who falls in love with the human prince Eric. Ariel’s father is the great mermaid King Triton. His best friend is Flounder, which, contrary to its name, is not a flounder at all, but is actually a tropical fish. Ariel is also friends with Sebastian, a Jamaican red crab whose full name is Horatio Thelonious Ignacious Crustaceous Sebastian.

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The creation of Pepsi-Cola was created by Caleb Bradham, who made the drink at home and marketed it as Brad’s Drink. Bradham’s aim was to produce a drink that was pleasant to the taste, aiding digestion and giving energy. The formula contained pepsin (a digestive enzyme) and kola nuts. These two ingredients inspired the Pepsi-Cola brand. In 1961, the name was shortened to “Pepsi”.

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Immanuel Kant was an 18th century German philosopher. Kant published Perpetual Peace in 1795, setting out what he believed to be the conditions for ending all wars and creating a lasting peace. The good news for us is that one of those conditions is to have a world full of constitutional republics, so it looks like we’re on the right track here in America!

The full title of the 1960s hit is “Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical,” although the 1979 film adaptation was titled “Hair.” This controversial play angered many when it was first performed in the 1960s, as it attacked many aspects of life at the time. For example, the song “Air” is a satirical look at environmental pollution, sung by a character who comes on stage wearing a gas mask. The opening lines are “Welcome, sulfur dioxide. Carbon monoxide thing. The air… is everywhere.” How much has changed in the past few decades, he said… sarcastically…

The word “pig” can be used to refer to a piece of pottery or a piece of clay. From this use was coined the term “pig pot”, which defined a clay pot that could be filled with water for use in a hot bed. Bowl pots, which were also called “pig drumsticks”, were also used to collect coins. In the 18th century, these pig pots evolved into the first “pig banks”.

Our word “hullabaloo”, meaning “controversy”, comes from the old word “hollo-ballo”. “Hollo-ballo” was the term used to describe the riots in northern England and Scotland.

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“Etta James” is the stage name of legendary jazz and R&B singer Jamesetta Hawkins. James was an acquaintance of civil rights activist Malcolm X. He was a member of the Nation of Islam for ten years and used the name “Jamesetta X”.

Flies are responsible for the transmission of sleeping sickness, a disease more specifically called African trypanosomiasis. The disease is only seen in humans who have been bitten by the tsetse fly, which is infected with the protozoan parasite trypanosome.

The cello is the second largest instrument in the violin family, after the double bass. The cello is said to produce a sound closer to the human voice than any other instrument in the orchestra. I see/hear…

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Rebus is a puzzle that uses pictures to represent letters and groups of letters. For example, the image “woman” can represent the letter “U” or the pronoun “you”, the image “row” can represent the letter “R” or the conjunction “o”, and the image “awl” can represent the word “all”.

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A pew is a church pew, usually with a high back. The original seats were raised, and sometimes the church seats were used by important women and men or families. “Pew” comes from the Old French “puie” meaning “balcony, facade”.

An indoor rowing machine is often called an ergometer (or simply “erg”). However, the term “ergometer” is used to refer to a device that measures the amount of work done.

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, after the capital Madrid. It is also the largest city in Europe located on the Mediterranean coast and the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia.

Our English word “lasso” comes from the Spanish “lazo” and finally from the Latin “laqueum” meaning “lasso, drum”.

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Conspiracy theorists like to refer to “suspicious” markings on the dollar bill. The pyramid on the bill is incomplete, it has 13 steps. The number 13 is associated with magic, but it is also the number of the original colonies that declared independence from England, creating the United States. Not at all suspicious…

“Reversed” is a Latin word meaning “with the position reversed.” We always pronounce this word “wrong”. In Latin, ‘c’ is a hard sound and ‘v’ is pronounced like ‘w’. The pronunciation should be similar to “wee-kay wehr-sa”.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world. It is famous for its slope of almost four degrees, caused by an unstable base. The tower was built in the 12th century and began to lean during construction. The tilt worsened over time and by the 1990s the tower was in danger of collapsing at a 5 ½ degree tilt. In the 1990s there was a major stabilization project that reduced the pitch to 3.97 degrees.

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Seth Meyers is an actor and comedian who is perhaps best known today for hosting a late-night talk show on NBC. Meyers can be described as a poker shark. He won the third season of Celebrity Poker Showdown in 2004.

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Wyclef Jean is an American rapper who was born in Haiti and immigrated to the United States with his family when he was 9 years old. In 2010, Wyclef made a serious attempt to run for president in Haiti. His candidacy was rejected because he had not lived in the country for five years before the election date.

Television journalist Lesley Stahl first appeared on “60 Minutes” in 1991 after hosting “Face the Nation” for nearly 8 years beginning in 1983. Stahl is married to writer and journalist Aaron Latham. One of Latham’s claims to fame is that he wrote an article that inspired him

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