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Possible Answers: ONER, LULU, BEAU, PIP, BEAUT, DILLY, CRACKERJACK, DOOZY, SNORTER, RIPSNORTER, RIPPER, CRACKAJACK.

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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”.

LULU on Wikipedia

Random information on the term “PIP”:

Pips are small but easily countable items. The term is used to describe the dots on dominoes and dice, the symbols that denote suits and value of playing cards, as the name for the small seeds of some fruit, and sometimes as a synonym for “dot” in morse code.

On dice, pips are small dots on each face of a common six-sided die. These pips are typically arranged in patterns denoting the numbers one through six. The sum of opposing faces traditionally adds up to seven. Pips are commonly colored black on white dice, and white on dice of other colors, although colored pips on white dice are not uncommon; Asian dice often have an enlarged red single pip for the “one” face, while the dice for the game Kismet feature black pips for 1 and 6, red pips for 2 and 5, and green pips for 3 and 4.

Dominoes use pips that are similar to dice. Each half of a domino tile can have anywhere from no pips all the way up to six or nine pips (depending on countries) arranged in the same manner to dice pips. Regardless of dominoes having up to six or up to nine pips on one half of the tile, the game is generally played for up to four players only, individually or in partners (pairs).

PIP on Wikipedia