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Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Oct 14 2021

Random information on the term “___ Jones”:

Jones is a surname of Welsh origin that ultimately evolved from the Hebrew name יְהוֹחָנָן (Yəhôḥānān), Johan for short. When Welsh culture adopted the name, it evolved into variations of traditionally Welsh names: Ieuan, Iowan, Ioan, Iwan, or even Siôn (note how the letter ‘J’ was originally being pronounced as ‘i’, akin to how J is pronounced in the Latin alphabet). The sound generated from ‘Si-‘ in Siôn is a Welsh approximation of the English ‘J’ sound that doesn’t exist natively to the language (refer to Irish Seán), equivalent to the English ‘Sh’ such as in “shed.”

It may exist as an anglicisation of these names during periods in which many Welsh were changing their names and ridding their patronymic names (“Ap Rhys” to “Prys” and then “Price” in English, or attaching an ‘-s’ to the end of a given name to signify an old patronym: “Owain” to “Owen” to finally “Owens”), or English speakers transliterating these names to a more conventional spelling through mishearing. They may also come from the English patronymic “Johns,” or “Johnson” (“son of John”).

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Random information on the term “DOW”:

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), Dow Jones, or simply the Dow (/ˈdaʊ/), is a price-weighted measurement stock market index of 30 prominent companies listed on stock exchanges in the United States.

Although the DJIA is one of the oldest and the most commonly followed equity indices, many professionals consider the Dow to be an inadequate representation of the overall U.S. stock market compared to broader market indices such as the S&P 500 or Russell 3000 Index. The DJIA includes only 30 large companies and is a price-weighted index, unlike later stock indices which use market capitalization. Furthermore, the DJIA does not use a weighted arithmetic mean.

The value of the index is the sum of the stock prices of the companies included in the index, divided by a factor which is currently (as of September 2020[update]) approximately 0.152. The factor is changed whenever a constituent company undergoes a stock split so that the value of the index is unaffected by the stock split.

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