Knave

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RASCAL.

Last seen on: –Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 20 2022
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Random information on the term “Knave”:

A jack or knave, in some games referred to as a bower, is a playing card which, in traditional French and English decks, pictures a man in the traditional or historic aristocratic or courtier dress, generally associated with Europe of the 16th or 17th century. The usual rank of a jack is between the ten and the queen. As the lowest face (or “court”) card, the jack often represents a minimum standard — for example, many poker games require a minimum hand of a pair of jacks (“jacks or better”) in order to open wagering.

The earliest predecessor of the knave was the thānī nā’ib (second or under-deputy) in the Mamluk card deck. This was the lowest of the three court cards and like all court cards was depicted through abstract art or calligraphy. When brought over to Italy and Spain, the thānī nā’ib was made into an infantry soldier or page ranking below the knight card. In France, where the card was called the valet, the queen was inserted between the king and knight. The knight was subsequently dropped out of non-Tarot decks leaving the valet directly under the queen. The king-queen-valet format then made its way into England.

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Random information on the term “RASCAL”:

The Rascal 14 is an American sailing dinghy that was designed by Ray Greene and first built in 1961.

The Rascal 14 design was developed into the slightly modified Rascal II.

The design was built by Ray Greene & Company in the United States. The company built 3,000 examples of the design starting in 1961, but production had ended by the time the company went out of business in 1975.

The Rascal 14 is a recreational sailboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with teak wood trim. It has a fractional sloop rig with black-colored, hard-coated aluminum spars and a tabernacle-mounted mast. The hull has a spooned plumb stem, a vertical transom, a transom-hung rudder controlled by a tiller and a retractable centerboard mounted in an enclosed trunk. It displaces 400 lb (181 kg) and can be fitted with a 160 sq ft (15 m2) spinnaker.

The boat has a draft of 3.00 ft (0.91 m) with the centerboard extended and 11 in (28 cm) with it retracted, allowing beaching or ground transportation on a trailer.

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