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Possible Answers: LIE, TALE, LULU, GIANT, TALLTALE, TALLSTORY, UNTRUTH.
Last seen on: –Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Mar 8 2021
–USA Today Crossword – Jan 22 2021
–LA Times Crossword 18 Oct 20, Sunday
–Universal Crossword – Apr 18 2020
–NY Times Crossword 31 Oct 19, Thursday
–Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jul 11 2019
Random information on the term “LIE”:
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Random information on the term “LULU”:
Lulu Press, Inc. is an online print-on-demand, self-publishing and distribution platform. Since its founding in 2002, Lulu has published nearly two million titles by authors in over 225 countries and territories.
The company’s founder is Red Hat co-founder Bob Young. Lulu’s CEO is Nigel Lee and its headquarters are in Raleigh, North Carolina. On July 12, 2015, Michael Mandiberg completed his art project Print Wikipedia and the 7,600-volume Wikipedia database has been uploaded to Lulu.com and is available for printout.
Lulu.com focuses on both print and digital format books. Printed books are available in multiple formats and sizes including paperback, coil bound, and hardcovers. Books can be printed, in black-and-white or full-color.
In 2009, Lulu.com began publishing and distributing eBooks. Lulu.com also prints and publishes calendars and photobooks.
Authors upload their files. Material is submitted in digital form for publication. Authors can then buy copies of their own book and/or make it available for purchase in the “Lulu Bookstore”.
Random information on the term “GIANT”:
Catherine L. Hughes (born Catherine Elizabeth Woods; April 22, 1947) is an African-American entrepreneur, radio and television personality and business executive. Hughes founded the media company Radio One, and when the company went public in 1999, she became the first African-American woman to head a publicly traded corporation. In the 1970s, Hughes created the urban radio format called “The Quiet Storm” on Howard University’s radio station WHUR with disc jockey and fellow Howard student Melvin Lindsay.
Cathy Hughes was born to Helen Jones Woods, a trombonist with the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, and William Alfred Woods, who was the first African-American to earn an accounting degree from Creighton University. The family lived in the Logan Fontenelle Housing Projects while Hughes’ father attended college. Hughes attended University of Nebraska-Omaha and Creighton University, her father’s alma mater, but never completed her degree.
Before radio, in the mid-1960s, Hughes worked for an African American newspaper called the Omaha Star. Hughes began her career in 1969 at KOWH in Omaha, but left for Washington, D.C. after she was offered a job as a lecturer at the School of Communications at Howard University. In 1973, she became General Sales Manager of the university’s radio station, WHUR-FM, increasing station revenue from $250,000 to $3 million in her first year. In 1975, Hughes became the first woman Vice President and General Manager of a station in the nation’s capital and created the format known as the “Quiet Storm,” which revolutionized urban radio and was aired on over 480 stations nationwide.