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Possible Answers: IMPS.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 5 Jul 2018, Thursday
Random information on the term “Scalawags”:
In the United States, Southern Unionists were White Southerners living in the Confederate States of America, opposed to secession, and against the Civil War. These people are also referred to as Southern Loyalists, Union Loyalists, Southern Yankees, Lincoln Loyalists. Pro-Confederates in the South derided them as Tories (in reference to the pro-Crown Loyalists of the American Revolution). During reconstruction, these terms were replaced by “scalawag” (or “scallywag”), which covered all Southern whites who supported the Republican Party. Tennessee (especially East Tennessee), North Carolina and Virginia (which included West Virginia at that time) were home to the largest populations of loyalists as well as other (primarily Appalachian) areas with significant Unionist influence such as North Alabama, North Georgia, Western North Carolina, Texas Hill Country, northern Loudon County, State of Scott, Free State of Jones and others, thousands of whom volunteered for Union military service. Western North Carolinians, for example, formed their own loyalist infantry, cavalry and artillery regiments.
Random information on the term “IMPS”:
An imp is a mythological being similar to a fairy or goblin, frequently described in folklore and superstition.
The Imp’s appearance certainly doesn’t help him ingratiate himself with others. By all accounts, Imps are small, bony, unattractive creatures. Their faces are like masks of thin stone, which are frequently twisted into a smirk or a grimace. Oversized ears and horns sprout from their heads, just as leathery, bat-like wings sprout from their shoulders. Their skin, ranging in color from purple to red-brown to gray, may be scaly or stone-like, and they walk with an unpleasant hunch.
Some of these unpleasant creatures more closely resemble monkeys or cats than humans. Their noses are elongated into snouts, and they prefer to move on four paw-like hands rather than walking on their hind legs.
Occasionally, an Imp might be magically bound to an object, like a bottle, a crystal ball, or a staff. They may take a corporeal form when summoned from this object, or they may lose their corporeal form altogether and exist only as a spirit in the object.