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Possible Answers: ALIT, LIT, GOT, WON, ASHORE, ACRED, REELEDIN, ESTATED, TOUCHEDDOWN, PREDIAL.
Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 16 Feb 21, Tuesday
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–USA Today Crossword – Jan 2 2020
–LA Times Crossword 6 Oct 19, Sunday
–Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jul 17 2019
–Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Feb 20 2019
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–The Washington Post Crossword – Jan 23 2019
–LA Times Crossword 23 Jan 19, Wednesday
–Canadiana Crossword – Dec 10 2018
–Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Oct 17 2018
Random information on the term “LIT”:
Lit Brothers was a moderately-priced department store based in Philadelphia. Samuel and Jacob Lit opened the first store at North 8th and Market Streets in 1891. Lit’s positioned itself well as a more affordable alternate to competitors Strawbridge and Clothier, Wanamaker’s, and Gimbels. The store’s slogan was “A Great Store in A Great City,” and it was noted for its millinery department.
The Lit Brother Store building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and is located in the East Center City Commercial Historic District.
In 1891, Rachel P. Lit (1858-1919, later surnamed Weddel, still later Arnold) opened a woman’s clothing shop on the corner of Market and N. 8th Streets. With the administration and innovative advertising techniques of her brothers, Colonel Samuel David Lit (1859-1929) and Jacob David Lit (1872-1950), their small store soon became one of the largest retail stores in Philadelphia. From 1895 to 1907, the store continued to expand, with the company taking over the remaining buildings on the block of Market between North 7th and 8th Streets – including the J. M. Maris Dry Goods Store, the Bailey Store and the J. B. Lippincott & Co. Building – and adding new buildings at either end of the block designed to blend in with the existing buildings. With alterations and additions, the Lit Brothers Store became the only full block of Victorian architecture in Philadelphia, composed of 33 buildings constructed between 1859 and 1918, with a common interior. The new buildings and the alterations were designed by Charles M. Autenrieth and Edward Collins.
Random information on the term “GOT”:
The Gulf of Tadjoura (Arabic: خليج تدجورا), (Somali: Badda Tajuura) is a gulf or basin of the Indian Ocean in the Horn of Africa. It lies south of the straits of Bab-el-Mandeb, or the entrance to the Red Sea, at 11°42′N 43°00′E / 11.7°N 43.0°E / 11.7; 43.0. The gulf has many fishing grounds, extensive coral reefs, and abundant pearl oysters. Most of its coastline is the territory of Djibouti, except for a short stretch on the southern shore, which is part of the territory of Somalia.
The Gulf other marine habitats include sea grass beds, salt pans and mangroves.
In August 1840, the conclusion of a treaty of friendship and commerce between the Sultan Mohammed bin Mohammed of Tadjoura and Commander Robert Moresby of the Indian Navy is tracking the sale of Moucha Island to Great Britain for ten sacks of rice. The sale will however follow any occupation. In 1887, Britain cedes sovereignty of the island to France at the same time it recognizes the French sphere of influence in the Gulf of Tadjoura, in exchange for the abandonment by France of any right in Zeila and the neighboring islands.
Random information on the term “WON”:
The won (/wʌn/; Korean: 원, Korean pronunciation: [wʌn]; symbol: ₩; code: KRW) or the Korean Republic Won is the currency of South Korea. A single won is divided into 100 jeon, the monetary subunit. The jeon is no longer used for everyday transactions, and appears only in foreign exchange rates. The won is issued by the Bank of Korea, based in the capital city, Seoul. The official currency of North Korea, issued by the Central Bank of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea which is based in its capital city, Pyongyang, is divided into the same number of units, and is known as the North Korean won.
The old “won” was a cognate of the Chinese yuan and Japanese yen. It is derived from the hanja 圓 (원), meaning “currency” or “coin.” The won was subdivided into 100 jeon (Hangul: 전; Hanja: 錢; RR: jeon; MR: chŏn), itself a cognate of the Chinese character 錢 (qián) which means “money” and also used as a unit of money in ancient times.[when?] The current won (1962 to present) is typically written in hangul only.