The family was split up, and Anne and her sister died from typhus in a concentration camp in 1945. Balloon-carried probe : SONDE A sonde is a probe that is sent into the upper atmosphere to make physical observations. " : ASCII ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) lists codes for 32 "control" characters, as well as the 95 printable characters. Anne Frank was a German until she lost her nationality in 1941 when the Nazis came to power. By this time she was living with her family in Amsterdam, as the Franks chose to flee Germany in 1933. Quick Links: Solution to today's crossword in the New York Times Solution to today's SYNDICATED New York Times crossword in all other publications Solution to today's New York Times crossword found online at the Seattle Times website Jump to a complete list of today's clues and answers CROSSWORD SETTER: Mary Lou Guizzo THEME: None BILL BUTLER’S COMPLETION TIME: 21m 23s ANSWERS I MISSED: 0 5. Horatian or Keatsian : ODIC A Horatian Ode is an ode with a specific structure, designed to resemble the odes of the Roman poet, Horace. When the Germans occupied the Netherlands, the family went into hiding in the attic of Otto Frank's office building (Otto was Anne's father).
This great play was adapted for the big screen in 1968, famously starring Jack Lemmon (as Felix Unger, the neat-freak) and Walter Matthau (as Oscar Madison, the slob). : HORA The hora is a circle dance that originated in the Balkans. The success of the play and the film gave rise to an excellent television sitcom that ran from 1970-1975, starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. It was brought to Israel by Romanian settlers, and is often performed to traditional, Israeli folk songs. The poet John Keats is famous for writing a whole series of beautiful odes. The most renowned are the so-called “1819 Odes”, a collection from the year 1819 that includes famous poems such as “Ode on a Grecian Urn”, "Ode to a Nightingale” and “Ode to Psyche”. Clean freak of sitcomdom : UNGER "The Odd Couple" is a play by the wonderfully talented Neil Simon first performed on Broadway, in 1965. There’s a lot of interest in Campbell’s life off the runway, as she is known to have an explosive temper and has been charged with assault more than once. Part of le Parlement français : SENAT The French parliament (Parlement français) is divided into the Senate (Sénat) and the National Assembly (Assemblée nationale). Chicago exchange, in brief : MERC The Chicago Mercantile Exchange started its life as the Chicago Butter and Egg Board in 1898. Swift suggest in the piece that poor Irish people might sell their children as food for rich gentlemen and ladies in order to make some money. Frank narrative : DIARY Anne Frank has to be one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust.
Her dating life is much-covered in the tabloids as well, and she has been romantically linked in the past with Mike Tyson and Robert De Niro. Fortune 100 company whose name starts with a silent letter : AETNA When the health care management and insurance company known as Aetna was founded, the name was chosen to evoke images of Mt. The Merc is the site for exchange of commodities, among other things. First name on a B-29 : ENOLA The Enola Gay was the B-29 that dropped the first atomic bomb, on Hiroshima in August 1945. This is largely because the story of this young girl lives on in her widely published diary, and in adaptations of the diary for stage and screen.