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Friday, 16 April 2021

That crossword

You know, devils have deleted my text versions of my crosswords. Though, aI felt it was all right to present the solution, so to speak, of the crossword aI presented, the other day. At least, it is what aI came up with. So aI made it in html mode. You see, aI have a written copy.

1 2 3 4 5 I 6 M A B
7 B L O C K E D 8 A B U
B I O 9 A I L 10 11 O B S
12 T R O L L I N G 13 A S
14 T R I L L 15 E E C 16 I
17 E Y R I E 18 O N R U N
O R 19 A N D A N T E 20 G
C L I N G 21 C U L P 22
E E 23 24 25 B 26 P E E 27 G
A M E T H Y S T 28 S P A
N O A H 29 B I A S 30 A L
31 N V E 32 L O K E 33 S O
P 34 E R R O N E O U S 39
I N S E I N 35 N U M B 40
N O 36 37 O D D 38 L A Y


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Colour of mine

I will spit on the one who is fool,
who is making himself to be tool.
I will spit on the one who is whore,
who by that service is to adore.

And I promise you, Lord, I will do
for the children's sake. Twice I might too.
For the future on earth there is one
to adhere to, and that is the Son.

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A crossword

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7 8
9 10 11
12 13
14 15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24 25 26 27
28
29 30
31 32 33
34 39
35 40
36 37 38


1. This is the name of a certain brand of mineral water, though, by the use of it, that brand is a kind, nowadays. The word consists of two words, with space between. It is nice to think of, a discovery might become an establishment. Cola is another example.

2. This is a bit interesting word, etymology thinking. It is stated in my Oxford School Dictionary of Word Origins, the word “dates from the 19th century, but we don't know its origin.” It is a kind of car. And aI see the word is pretty much alike a girl's name, given by a certain district in France. This district in France is a buffer towards neighbouring countries, right there counting three. And the story in the Bible comes to mind, what Jacob, and Israel, that is, did, after having married and returned to the promised land, meeting his brother, on the way.

3. This is a verb, in the continuous. And this word, also, is a bit interesting, since we use it to say what people are doing when they ring, getting on the phone. In the times of mobile phones this word is not correct to make use of. This word is what God, and people dear to you, do, seeing you.

4. This is a verb in the past tense. It can be understood both literally and in a figurative sense, and in light of the Ten Commandments one might see one will be banished having done this literally, and figuratively thinking if the case is severe enough.

5. This is a name, of Hebrew origin. In Scandinavia, it is a female name, and in English a male. It is said, in Scandinavian, the word is related to the name Elisabeth. Which is the Scandinavian form of Elizabeth. Whatever what, the name points to the special creative effort of God, being the Son.

6. Ai have made some blogs. And this thing with blogs is quite new. Blogger, the blog service of Google, was launched by Pyra Labs the summer of 1999, and aI believe, without knowing, this was the first service of this kind on internet. Most blogs today, aI believe, are run by individuals, and the statement from Blogger, on the opening screen, by April 2021, is, “Publish your passions, your way [-] Create a unique and beautiful blog. It’s easy and free.” One can, though, make this thing together. In Blogger, one has seen to it, easy it is so to do. And there is a name for it. Ai do not think the word is very well known, though one can get it, intuitively. Three words, here, give three front letters giving a kind of word.

7. This is a verb in past tense. It has with hindering to do, having made it impossible for someone to reach, or reach out. In that respect, it is interesting to think of the experiences of the people of St. Petersburg in World War II, and what those led to. The suffering of the people in St. Petersburg, then called Leningrad, was tremendous. And since that horror, Russian culture is given by a certain alertness.

8. This is the word “father” in Arabic. We see it is related to the  Hebraic word for “father”.

9. ← You know, in fact, this is the popular word for “cinema” in Sweden. One might think it is strange, thinking of the science where one is occupied with growth, having this prefix, though, my Oxford School Dictionary of Word Origins tells me “This prefix comes from Greek [ – ]meaning 'human life'. It is used to mean 'to do with human life', ...”.

10. ← This is the word for threatening influence. In my Oxford School Dictionary of Word Origins it is stated, this word “comes from Old English eglian or eglan , from egle meaning 'troublesome', of ancient Germanic origin. So, my immediate thought, this word is related to the word “eagle”. And that is interesting.

This word is a construction, by two English words. The first is most commonly used as a describing prefix. The second is an adjective. And if you are this, you are occupied with insults, as such. Possessed with it. In that regard, please know, in Norway we have this adjective “glorete”. The root of it is as the root of English “glorious”. Though, when, in Norwegian, the word “gloriøs” is used, it is always a construction. What we say, is: “Not gold it is, everything which glitters.”

11. This is an abbreviation for a word having with sight to do, and it is used as an exclamation. One can wake oneself by using it. Lissom.

This is a nice term of the English, which also is used to promote a certain being, a certain man. Ai assume it has to to with being dear, or, aI assume, deer, as different from bear.

12. This word is a word of Norwegian origin. Though, when used as  a verb, it points to fishing. This is foreign, to Norwegians. Also, in English one does not have the adjective, of this word, which as noun is a word, a being, from old Norwegian stories. Here, in the crossword, the verb is made present as verb, in the continuous. Hearing it, today, Norwegians would think of being naughty.

13. → This is a short word one uses to make familial. And what is a man? There is this popular and beautiful song, of our generation, about the Englishman in New York. What is it? Why would he stick out? It has, of course, with culture to do, though, culture might be so many a thing. So, more it has with eyes to do, and vision, that is, dependent upon the love of God. So, when we use this word, to illustrate a man, this is precisely what we are doing. Himself, that Englishmen in New York will think, “what shall one think of this?” Whatever it is. See. There is no such thing as sex, speaking of the man, meaning, man is not a gender.

More related to the French than one is in Norway, there are more words in English, borrowed from French, than there is in Norwegian. This noun, in plural, is an example. In Norwegian, we have made our own sound of it, that is, the French word, and also made it a quality, not a thing, so even if it is a substantive, one cannot use it in plural. The word points to what in English should be rubbish. Can one say that? In French, aI see, the word is also used on a special dish. And you know, one can be sophisticated, in Norway, and creative, and admire what foreign and French is. Most commonly, though, pancakes are pancakes. There are, though, a great number of words in Norwegian which seems to be rooted in French, as the word “adjø” (adieu), and in Norwegian are upheld some French expressions, as “comme il faut”. Such expressions were more usual to make use of earlier in times, though. L'art pour l'art. The Man in The Street, you know.

14. This is one of those words we share in English and Norwegian. In Norwegian we only add an –e. Most often it has with music to do, thinking of something light and quick, though, that is what it is, so that thing can appear several places, as, for instance, in the mouth of a childish girl.

15. This is the abbreviation of one of the most influential organizations in the world, on the level of nations. And aI must say, aI have difficulties acknowledging the basis for such an organization. What in question should be love afforded, and will to grow, by cultures, and coming together to term, and agree upon ways, in this respect, internationally, by the work of this organization, is not what aI want.

16. Ai mean; → here and ↓ there?

17. There was a question about the eagle, above [10]. And this word has with eagle, and the like, to do. And it has with sight, to do, meaning, exactly, meaning. Of sight. What is the basis for it.

18. → This is a word aI have made up myself. By a search on internet aI see people have made it up before, for different reasons, also for to be nickname on social media. Though, the have not thought of the word as aI do. You see, there is this related word in the world of baseball. And aI think of the girls versus me. The word has with rapidly going to a place, to do.

This is the internet top-level domain name for Ascension Island.

19. → This is a word from the world of classical music. It is a term, used to describe a short piece of music which is calm, relaxed, and defining.

This word has with defining, to do.  A definition might be so many a thing, though, by the use of this word, that amount is exhaustive. In that context, this word is not pointing to the opposite.

This is aI in English.

20. This is the string on the guitar which everyone talks about. Or, on violin.

21. ← This word is a verb, and the activity has with uncertainty to do, and with to hold on.

Also this is a word we share in English and in Norwegian. In Norwegian we just exchange the front letter, a consonant, with our kind of sound. Also, we share the word “dump”. The word “dump” we understand a bit different. In Norwegian, it is always positive. So is also the case with this word. In English, you have made two common words out of this basis, of Norwegian origin, which both have with pit and pity to do. In Norwegian, those words are always positive.

This word is also a construction. And aI think it is a bit funny. Two words put together to form an adjective, where the first word is a preposition. The last word can be used to characterize a girl, either to be attractive, or foolish and unintelligent, depending on the tone of the voice. By putting that preposition to the last word, one will state why she is the latter.

22. ↑ This is a verb in the continuous having with transportation to do. And please know, if this word was a substantive in the plural, which it can be, you would have “comrades” in Norwegian, even if we use that word in precisely the same sense as in English. This is a business taking place.

23. ← This is a common English digraph. Please be informed, the letters of the Norwegian alphabet is as the English, though, with the addition of three digraphs. Those are [ ae = æ ], [ oe = œ = ø ], and [ aa = å ].

This is a wonderfully mysterious English word which has to do with the meeting of roof with walls, on the outside. The world would not be the same without 'em.

24. If you are this word, you are in the periphery. Right?

25. One might get it, not only Chinese characters are signs. Latin letters are, also. And these two letters, ↓ and → , seem to form opposites.

26. → All right. As adults we have other words for this thing to do. Though, we speak to children. And this thing to do, from time to time, one just has to.

In the crossword, this Hebrew name is spelled as it is in Norwegian, not as it is in English, where the first letter is less sharp. That is the only difference. It is the name of a place famous for having been conquered by the waterway, around 1000 years before Christ.

27. Indeed, this is a thing a man, or a woman, for that sake, cannot do. The word is a construction, of two words, the first a verb, the second a preposition. Changing the verb with another, maybe there is a word suitable for the big city. A gentleman never wears a straw hat in the metropolis. Though, this word here in the crossword would be like James Bond making aquaintance with a pedestrian he never met.

28. ← This is a jewel. How many are there …

This is a formality, so to speak, for women, and has been for centuries. When men take part in this kind of welfare, it is, in my view, a bit awkward. A man can have a sauna. And a shower. Though, there are limits.

This is the capital of a nation north in Asia. As aI understand it (taken from Wikipedia), the name, historically, means “capital city”.

29. ← This man was one of the ancestors of Abraham, the grandfather to Jacob, who came to be called Israel. Abraham was the one who left Babylonia in times of the babbling, and who received the promise, from God. This ancestor was the tenth generation after Adam, and he is famous for having saved rationality in times of a devastating emotional state, on earth.

This word has with sight, to do. Perspective. Though, the word suggests the conscious use of both eyes.

30. This is the common suffix in adjectives. And why? Ai wonder if it has to do with the word “hail”.

31. These three letters as such is something you will have to look up. It is Norwegian. Those are the initials of The Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate, which, you understand, is a governmental organization. Historically, wonders is what those people have done to Norwegian economy and welfare. Even if there has been turmoil, because of peoples' will to keep nature. We have conflicts not very different, today, regarding oil production.

32. → This is the Norwegian name of one god quite prominent in Norse mythology. It seems to me it is unclear, what the characteristics and traits of this god really was, though, aI believe it has to be “foreign perception”. This makes sense when one sees the English name for this god, where the ending –e of the name is exchanged with –i.

This name is short for the name of one of the largest cities in the Americas. According to the article on Wikipedia, this name “...  is the Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, and Maltese word for 'river'.” 

33. ↓ This is one name on the Hindi goddess Parvati. Ai know nothing about her, though being informed, a little, on Wikipedia, aI see she is the Mother goddess, imaging the drive of womanhood being safe.

After if
being stiff
way to go
would be …

34. Imagine being … This word. Instead of making something which is it. This word. Whose fault would it be …

35. ← When aI made this crossword aI learned something aI have not seen before, and that is, sanity, in English, is considered to be German. Perhaps. It has to do with a river of great potential. Here, in the crossword, that is, this word here, is a construction, terming what crazy is.

This is often what one feels, or gets, if one is not feeling too good.

36. ← Deny this statement authority, and you are a troll.

37. This is peculiar, that is, in Norwegian, headland, or spit of land. We only add the ending –e.

38. You know, to me, as a foreigner, this is strange too, there are two words for to be found flat, as on the ground, related, both verbs, though indeed different. This is the word having with handling to do.

39. This is leading to 40.

40. This is it.


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Friday, 2 April 2021

Status quo

Shown and calling I have, now, for many a day.
The Lord Jesus is ruling, and showing the way.
Those are many, though, sitting there, put, by the road,
just to hinder and scare, giving fullness of load.

Truly more are they, many, than days aI have had.
Truly, now I might say, my life is really bad.
Even so, my despair is this tragical thing:
There is comfort in God, and in no way you bring.

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