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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 20 Oct 22, Thursday

Random information on the term “Flight ___”:

Propulsion is the generation of force by any combination of pushing or pulling to modify the translational motion of an object, which is typically a rigid body (or an articulated rigid body) but may also concern a fluid. The term is derived from two Latin words: pro, meaning before or forward; and pellere, meaning to drive. A propulsion system consists of a source of mechanical power, and a propulsor (means of converting this power into propulsive force).

Plucking a guitar string to induce a vibratory translation is technically a form of propulsion of the guitar string; this is not commonly depicted in this vocabulary, even though human muscles are considered to propel the fingertips. The motion of an object moving through a gravitational field is affected by the field, and within some frames of reference physicists speak of the gravitational field generating a force upon the object, but for deep theoretic reasons, physicists now consider the curved path of an object moving freely through space-time as shaped by gravity as a natural movement of the object, unaffected by a propulsive force (in this view, the falling apple is considered to be unpropelled, while the observer of the apple standing on the ground is considered to be propelled by the reactive force of the Earth’s surface).

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Random information on the term “RISK”:

Risk is a 2001 Australian film about insurance fraud directed by Alan White and starring Tom Long, Bryan Brown, and Claudia Karvan. The film is based on the story The Adjuster by Tracy Kidder.

John Kriesky (Bryan Brown) is a veteran insurance investigator who is tempted towards the wrong side of the law. With the help of an amateur con man Ben (Tom Long), John hatches a scheme to substantiate false claims by taking part of several questionable claims his firm has settled for a fraction of what they’re usually worth. John and Ben get help in their illegal business by a lawyer named Louise (Claudia Karvan) has an addiction cocaine problem and is also John’s lover. But when Louise becomes involved with Ben and demands a bigger cut of the money, their already-shaky confidence game begins to fall apart.

Risk was met with positive reviews from critics and audiences, earning an 80% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Scott Weinberg of Apollo Guide gave a positive reviews, commenting “Risk may not be the most unique crime drama to come down the pike, but it’s certainly intriguing and polished enough to earn a look.”

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