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Last seen on: –LA Times Crossword 18 Nov 20, Wednesday
–NY Times Crossword 29 Oct 20, Thursday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Apr 5 2020
–LA Times Crossword 5 Apr 20, Sunday
–Wall Street Journal Crossword – December 30 2019 – Resolutions
–NY Times Crossword 7 Jul 19, Sunday
Wall Street Journal Crossword – Jun 1 2019 – Get the Picture
Random information on the term “Lush”:
Sir Archibald James Lush (15 September 1900 – 14 April 1976) was a Welsh educator and civil servant.
He was educated at Tredegar Grammar School in his hometown and at Jesus College, Oxford. On leaving Oxford, he worked for the Carnegie Trust. He was County Youth Organiser for Monmouthshire from 1940, before serving as Chief Inspector of Schools for the county of Monmouthshire from 1944–64. He was then Chairman of the Welsh Hospital Board and was knighted in the Investiture honours in 1969 for social services to Wales. He was a close friend of Aneurin Bevan and acted as his political agent for most of his parliamentary life.
Random information on the term “SOT”:
A small outline transistor (SOT) is a family of small footprint, discrete surface mount transistor commonly used in consumer electronics. The most common SOT are SOT23 variations, also manufacturers offer the nearly identical thin small outline transistor (TSOT) package, where lower height is important.
The SOT23-3 package is very popular and a common package for transistors, and is also used for diodes and voltage regulators.
SOT54 is an alternate designation for the JEDEC TO-92 package.
The SOT89-3 electrically only has three leads (contact/pin). The wide lead (tab) is physically part of the middle lead on the other side of the package. Some call this package a SOT89-4, since it visually appears to have four leads when looking down at the part.
The SOT89-5 electrically only has five leads (contact/pin). The middle lead is physically part of the middle lead on the other side of the package. Some call this package a SOT89-6, since it visually appears to have six leads when looking down at the part.