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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 21 Feb 19, Thursday

Random information on the term “Bawl”:

BAWLS Guarana is a high caffeinated soda. First created in 1996, BAWLS unique flavor and energy comes from the guarana berry.[1] It is now manufactured by Solvi Acquisition. Headquartered in Twinsburg, OH, BAWLS Guarana beverages are available at supermarkets, convenience stores and electronic retailers across the United States.

BAWLS Guarana Original is the flagship concoction of the BAWLS family. BAWLS Guarana Original bottles have 64 mg of caffeine per 10 ounces. BAWLS Guarana Original is also available in 16-ounce cans that contain 102 mg of caffeine. BAWLS original is known for both its unique flavor and bottle. The ingredients are carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, natural guarana extract, sodium benzoate (preservative), caffeine, natural & artificial flavors, and caramel color.[2]

BAWLS Guarana Cherry is described as having “all the indescribable zing and potent caffeine punch as [the] Original, but with a mouthwatering, mind-bending cherry twist.” BAWLS Cherry is available in the 10-ounce glass bottle and 16-ounce can.[3]

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Random information on the term “WEEP”:

A weep, a weep hole, or a weep-brick is a small opening that allows water to drain from within an assembly. Weeps are located at the bottom of the object to allow for drainage; the weep hole must be sized adequately to overcome surface tension.

Weeps may also be necessary in a retaining wall, so water can escape from the retained earth, thus lessening the hydrostatic load on the wall and preventing moisture damage from freeze/thaw cycles. In such cases the weeps consist of small-diameter plastic, clay or metal pipes extending through the wall to a layer of porous backfill.

Typically, weeps are arranged to direct water which may have entered an assembly from outside back to the outside. Weeps may also be found in metal windows and glazed curtain walls to permit interstitial condensation to escape. Automotive water pumps have weep holes to protect the bearings by letting out water that leaks past the seal.[1]

In building construction, weeps are typically found in a masonry veneer or cavity wall, just above the flashing. The cavity serves as a way to drain this water back out through the weep holes. The weep holes allow wind to create an air stream through the cavity. The stream removes evaporated water from the cavity to the outside. Weep holes are also placed above windows to prevent dry rot of a wooden window frame.

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