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BOWLING (continued): • Most folks think of Brooklyn as a borough of New York City, but to a bowler, a Brooklyn occurs when a right-handed bowler’s ball strikes the left side of the head pin or when a lefthander’s ball strikes the right side of the head pin. • The “pocket” for a right-handed bowler is that space between the 1 and 3 pins. The left-hander’s pocket is between the 1 and 2. • Bowlers say they’ve been robbed when a “tap” occurs. That’s when a pin stubbornly remains standing following a seemingly perfect hit. • If you keep your eyes on the pins during your entire approach and delivery and aim directly at those pins, you are a “pin bowler.” A “spot bowler” picks a spot on the lane over which his ball must pass, and aims the ball at the spot and not at the pins. • Every bowler’s nightmare, the split, is also called a “railroad.” Bowlers call a narrow split, such as the 2-7 or the 3-10, a “baby split” or a “Murphy.” A wide split, such as the 7-10, is called “bedposts” or “mule ears.” Bowling borrows a term from football to denote a missed split. When the ball rolls between a split without touching a pin, it’s known as a field goal. • In bowling jargon, a “barmaid” isn’t the lady serving drinks, but rather one pin hidden behind another pin. Other terms for the same thing are “double wood,” “one in the dark” and “sleeper.” When a bowler talks about the “maples” or the “wooden bottles,” he’s referring to the pins.

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Can you think of ten words that start with the letter “X?” This week, expand your vocabulary as Tidbits x-amines several words you’ve probably never heard of! • Her name was Xanthippe, and she was the wife of Greek philosopher Socrates and bore him three sons. You have to wonder what her temperament was like, since the word xanthippe is now a term for a scolding shrew. Unusual synonyms are termagant and virago, all meaning a nagging woman. • Xanthin and xanthein are very close in spelling and have related meanings. Xanthin is the yellow nonwater-soluble coloring matter present in flowers, while xanthein, the same yellow coloring, is water-soluble. The “xan” root is present in many words related to the color yellow. That beautiful yellow color of autumn leaves comes from the presence of xanthophyll, a pigment found in the leaves. Some butterflies have yellow wings due to the pigment xanthopterin. If your girlfriend has blond hair and a pale complexion, she is scientifically known as a xanthochroid. If you suffer from xanthoma, you have a disease that plagues you with yellowish patches on your skin.

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• A different type of skin ailment also begins with “X” — xeroderma, which creates extreme skin dryness. Likewise, if a living thing is xerophilous, it is adapted to a dry climate. Making copies of letters, photographs, manuscripts, etc. through a dry printing process is called xerography.

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• If you’re absolutely crazy about the customs, manners and fashions of foreign countries, you’re said to have xenomania. On the other hand, if you hate or are afraid of foreigners, you’re a xenophobe. And if you’re afraid of going to a foreign doctor, you may suffer from xeniatrophobia. • Xyst is an unusual word that refers to the entryway of an ancient Greek gymnasium where the athletes exercised during the winter months.

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• Everyone is afraid of something, but those individuals with the rather odd fear of unfamiliar accommodations are called xenodochiophobics. Similarly, the word xenial is a term that refers to anything having to do with hospitality.

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• Xylo- is a prefix that means wood. The most familiar related word would be xylophone, that musical instrument with two rows of wooden bars that are struck with small wooden hammers. The crystalline sugar you’ll find in woody plants is called xylose, and a person skilled in the art of engraving on wood is a xylographist. A creature that feeds on wood is known as xylophagous, and a vendor who sells wood products is a xylopolist.

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• If you adhere to a diet of bread and water, you are following the principles of xerophagy. If you xertz (pronounced ZURTS) those items, it means you gulp them down quickly and greedily.

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• Anything resembling an anteater, armadillo or sloth is said to be xenarthral. These three animals all belong to the scientific classification super-order Xenarthra, which translates to “strange joints,” because their vertebral joints are distinctly different from all other mammals.

Since we were feeling and acting noticeably glum in our household, it was a moment to dust off the familiar adage I had repeated to the kids when they were young and life had just turned sour on their hopes and dreams: “OK, you guys, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”

• The letter X all by itself can refer to an unknown quantity in an algebraic equation or be a multiplication sign, or refer to a person whose true name is unknown or being withheld.

But we don’t grow lemons in Minnesota, so we proceeded to do the next best thing. We rooted through the closet for last winter’s mismatched mittens and hats, went out in the backyard to our fledgling, spindly apple tree, picked our last 10 apples from snow-laden branches and collectively mused, “So, when life gives you 10 juicy apples, turn them into applesauce!” And that’s exactly what we did. For a change of pace, we put aside our traditional stovetop recipe and instead sliced and diced all 10 apples and tossed them in the slow cooker with some water, sugar and a dash of cinnamon. It was a success! As the apples sputtered and gurgled to their own rhythm, the sweet and fragrant applecinnamon aroma permeated every room of our house. As


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• Sprinkle chopped, roasted hazelnuts or almonds onto lowfat ice cream. • Coat fish with macadamia nuts or pistachios. • Add roasted pine nuts to your favorite pasta dish. • Make a great pesto by blending pistachios or macadamias with fresh herbs, Parmesan and a little olive oil.

Going Nutty! Are you looking for a new, tasty and healthy snack? How about trying a handful of almonds every day? According to accredited practicing dietitian Sara Grafenauer, there is significant scientific evidence to show that including a fourth of a cup of almonds into a balanced daily diet helps lower LDL cholesterol, an important factor when it comes to preventing heart disease. Health authorities around the world recommend eating more plant foods for good health. This is because plant foods

Eating almonds can make a positive difference to your waistline, as they contain dietary fiber and protein, two nutrients known to increase the feeling that you’ve eaten enough. “Almonds also are a great source of the antioxidant vitamin E, proven to promote cardiovascular health. They are rich in magnesium and potassium, essential for proper blood flow and the maintenance of healthy heart function,” Sara explained. Try swapping your current snack food for a handful of almonds or adding almonds to your favorite recipe. This simple recipe for Almond Trailblazer Mix makes going nutty easy to do!

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such as fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds provide protection against many of the common lifestyle-related issues seen today. The traditional Mediterranean way of eating, which includes plenty of plant foods, is considered to be one of the healthiest in the world. Almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, chestnuts, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts are all nuts that are packed full of beneficial nutrients for good health. Enjoying nuts regularly as part of a healthy diet has been shown to protect the heart and may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. All nuts contribute fiber to the diet, and eating foods rich in fiber, especially soluble fiber, helps to satisfy hunger for longer. Dietary fiber helps to lower blood cholesterol and is essential for healthy bowel function. Eating nuts in moderation can have benefits for weight control, and nuts naturally contain a broad range of important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phytochemicals. Just because nuts are high in fat doesn’t mean they are unhealthy. Nuts are a great source of the good fats -monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats -- which are essential for regulating blood cholesterol. Use the following ideas to enjoy nuts in your daily diet: • Munch on pistachios as a pre-dinner appetizer. • Roast chestnuts or pine nuts and toss them on a salad. • Chop walnuts and add them to a dip. • Chop pecans or walnuts and mix them into yogurt.

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