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Possible Answers: FAB.
Last seen on: Newsday.com Crossword – Oct 24 2021
Random information on the term “FAB”:
Fab is an ice cream brand made by Nestlé. Both the ice lolly on a stick brands ‘Zoom’ and ‘FAB’, were introduced in United Kingdom by J. Lyons & Co. Ltd., and were brought out in order to take advantage of the popularity of Gerry Anderson’s television series Fireball XL5 and Thunderbirds.
The brand Zoom was launched first, in April/May 1963, to capitalise on Fireball XL5, with Fab appearing in May 1967. Initially the Zoom’s commercial target was for boys only, being rocket shaped, which left a vast market niche that was filled by the development of the “Fab”; a more feminine looking lolly designed in mind for girls. The lolly was originally pitched at the female market with the association to purchase being the attraction of Lady Penelope. Regularly used in the show was the phrase “F-A-B” as an equivalent to “Roger” (communications jargon indicating that a message has been received). The original lolly packaging had a prominent image of Lady Penelope and her butler/driver Parker on the wrapper.