So, the period since 1968 has been called “The Open Era”. Louis is located on the banks of the Mississippi River, and is the tallest monument in the United States.It was designed by Eero Saarinen, with the help of structural engineer Hannskarl Bandel.The wife of one of the sons created a pilaf dish for the family diner they owned.It was a big hit, so her brother-in-law created a commercial version by blending dry chicken soup mix with rice and macaroni. The Avia brand name for athletic shoes was chosen as “avia” is the Latin word for “to fly”, and suggests the concept of aviation. “SEAL” is an acronym used by the US Navy’s SEa, Air and Land teams.He hit the arch alright, and slid all the way down one of the arches to his death. “Clair de lune” is the beautiful third movement from Claude Debussy’s piano work called the “Suite bergamasque”. Rapper Ice-T must be sick of having his name come up as an answer in crossword puzzles (I know I am! Ice-T has been interested in acting for decades and made his film debut in the 1984 movie about breakdancing called “Breakin’”.
The 1889 Indian Appropriations Act officially opened up the so called Unassigned Lands, land in Oklahoma on which no Native American tribes had settled.
Constructed by: Alan Arbesfeld Edited by: Will Shortz Today’s Syndicated Crossword ➜ Complete List of Clues/Answers ➜ Read Comments/Leave a Comment ➜ Theme: State Lines Each of today’s answers is a common phrase.
However, it a two-letter word in the phrase has been reinterpreted as a standard, two-letter abbreviation for a US state: In the sport of tennis, the Grand Slam tournaments were opened up to professional players, and not just amateurs, in 1968.
An enol is an alkene with a hydroxyl group, and so is part-alkene and part-alcohol.
The term “enol” therefore, is a portmanteau of “alkene” and “alcohol”.