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Definitions of soots in various dictionaries:
noun - a black colloidal substance consisting wholly or principally of amorphous carbon and used to make pigments and ink
verb - coat with soot
verb - to cover with soot (a black substance produced by combustion)
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Covers with fine black particles|
|Covers with coal dust|
|Dirties, as a chimney|
|Blackens, in a way|
|Covers with coal dust, e.g.|
|Covers with black grime|
|Covers in smoky powder|
|Soils with chimney grime|
Jaan Soots VR I/1 (12 March [O.S. 29 February] 1880 6 February 1942) was an outstanding Estonian military commander during the Estonian War of Independence. |
* Jaan Soots was born in Küti farmstead, Linna village, Helme Parish, Viljandi County (now in Tõrva Parish, Valga County), Governorate of Livonia, Russian Empire. He joined the army voluntarily in 1900, studied between 1901 and 1904 at Vilnius Military Academy, participated in the Russo-Japanese War and from 1910 to 1913 studied at the Imperial Nicholas Military Academy. At the beginning of the Estonian War of Independence, Soots was Chief of Operative Staff; in February 1919 he became Chief of Staff of the Commander-in-Chief. In 1919, Soots also achieved the rank of Major General. Soots also participated in the Tartu peace conference and retired in 1920. Later, he was twice a Minister of War, member of the State Assembly, Mayor and Lord Mayor (ülemlinnapea) of Tallinn. In 1938, he received Herbert Hoover, who, as an honorary citiz