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Today’s grid contains loads of references to US national parks.
“It’s a pity other cars aren’t built this way” cars : SAABS SAAB stands for Svenska Aeroplan AB, which translates into English as Swedish Aeroplane Limited.
SAAB was, and still is, mainly an aircraft manufacturer.
This period precedes the introduction of agriculture and domestication of animals.
Moore’s Templar character could very easily have morphed into a great James Bond, but by the time he was offered the part I personally think that he was just a tad too long in the tooth to pull off a credible 007. A telenovela is sort of like a soap opera that has an end in sight, and that runs for less than a year. Often, candidates for an earned Ph D already hold a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, so a Ph D might be considered a “third degree”. Halley of Halley’s comet : EDMOND Edmond Halley was an English astronomer who lived at the turn of 17th and 18th centuries. In 1705 he declared that comet sightings recorded in 1456, 1531, 16 were in fact observations of the same comet returning to fly by Earth at regular intervals. Regimen adopted by Bill Clinton in 2010 : VEGAN DIET) The paleolithic or caveman diet is a fad diet that became popular in the 2000s. The idea is to eat wild plants and animals that would have been available to humans during the Paleolithic era (roughly the Stone Age).