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Possible Answers: MOO.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 21 Jun 2018, Thursday
Random information on the term “__ juice”:
Boost Juice Bars is an Australian retail outlet that specialise in selling fruit juice and smoothies. Boost Juice Bars was formed in 2000 with the first store located in Adelaide, South Australia. The company has expanded internationally with stores in Asia, Europe, South Africa, India and The United Kingdom through franchising.
The founder of Boost Juice Bars, Janine Allis, noticed the fad of the juice bar when on holiday in the United States in 1999. With her husband, Jeff Allis, Janine decided to bring the idea to Australia. In 2000, Allis opened her first Boost Juice Bar in King William Street, Adelaide while she was on maternity leave. At the end of 2004, Boost Juice had 175 stores operating across Australia and New Zealand.
In May 2006, Boost Juice Bars ceased operations in New Zealand after the franchiser (which operated all the New Zealand stores) was put into liquidation. The stores were sold to Tank Juice, which now operates the concept under the Tank brand.
Random information on the term “MOO”:
MU* is an abbreviation which refers collectively to a family of text-based multi-user virtual world servers comprising:
Another term for these servers is the Tiny family.
The asterisk is often used in computer programming languages to represent a wildcard (any number of arbitrary characters), which suggests a usage that encompasses MUDs in general. However, confusingly, MU* is often used in a manner exclusive of services specifically described as MUDs, with the MU* term meant to distance the TinyMUD family of “social MUDs” from “combat-oriented” MUDs. With the dominant usage of MUD being as a generic term rather than specifically denoting combat-oriented games — indeed, both TinyMUD and MOO are MUDs in name (MOO stands for MUD, Object-Oriented), while MUSH and MUCK are backronymed puns on “MUD” — this positions MU* as actually being a subset of MUD.