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Possible Answers: VEX.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 3 Jul 2018, Tuesday
Random information on the term “Bedevil”:
Alexander Francis Marinos OAM (born 1 February 1949) better known by his stage name Lex Marinos is an Australian actor, director, writer, voice artist and media personality of Greek and Anglo-Saxon Australian descent. Notable for his acting role as ‘Bruno’, the Italian son-in-law of Ted Bullpitt, on the Australian comedy television series Kingswood Country and as host of Late Night Legends on ABC2, he was also a presenter on radio station Double Jay (2JJ, now Triple J) in the late 1970s with Ted Robinson. ‘2JJ Station of the stars…and Ted and Lex’.
Marinos was born on 1 February 1949 in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, the son of a Greek immigrant father, Fotios (“Frank”) Marinopoulos and Greek Australian mother, Anne Karofilis who was the daughter of Adonis (“Tony”) Karofilis, a Greek migrant from Kassos, Greece and Minnie Matheson, an Australian of distant English descent, with descent going all the way back to English couple, Samuel Bradley, a convict, and Marian Mortimer, a free migrant who immigrated to Hobart, Tasmania in the 19th century, and are Lex’s maternal great-great-great grandparents. He graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honours in Drama.
Random information on the term “VEX”:
The VEX prefix (from “vector extensions”) and VEX coding scheme are comprising an extension to the x86 and x86-64 instruction set architecture for microprocessors from Intel, AMD and others.
The VEX coding scheme allows the definition of new instructions and the extension or modification of previously existing instruction codes. This serves the following purposes:
The VEX prefix replaces the most commonly used instruction prefix bytes and escape codes. In many cases, the number of prefix bytes and escape bytes that are replaced is the same as the number of bytes in the VEX prefix, so that the total length of the VEX-encoded instruction is the same as the length of the legacy instruction code. In other cases, the VEX-encoded version is longer or shorter than the legacy code. In 32-bit mode VEX encoded instructions can only access the first 8 YMM/XMM registers; the encodings for the other registers would be interpreted as the legacy LDS and LES instructions that are not supported in 64-bit mode.