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Possible Answers: OGRE.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 9 May 2018, Wednesday
Random information on the term “Meanie”:
A Meanie is a small stuffed animal made by Topkat LLC, starting in October 1997 and lasting until 2000. A Meanie is a type of bean bag in the form of a stuffed animal toy. Unlike Beanie Babies, the Meanies line is humorous in nature, and were made to target a younger audience than Beanie Babies, usually by relying on bodily function and gross-out humor.
Meanies were first released in October 1997 with a 12 animal run. They were an attempt by The Idea Factory and Topkat LLC, to capitalize on the Beanie Baby fad by providing a humorous alternative to collectors and a younger crowd. The first line of toys was generally based on bodily function or gross-out humor, including Splat The Road Kill Cat, Fi & Do The Dalmutation, a two-headed mutated dog, and a flatulent elephant named Bart. Keychain versions of 9 of the Series I Meanies were made available at 7-Eleven stores in 1998. They were small versions of the characters on a small chain with a standard keychain clasp. When a Meanie design ceased production, it was “Exterminated” instead of Retired.
Random information on the term “OGRE”:
Crazy Eddie’s GUI (CEGUI) is a graphical user interface (GUI) library for the programming language C++. It was designed for the needs of video games, but is usable for non-game tasks, such as applications and tools. It is designed for user flexibility in look-and-feel, and to be adaptable to the user’s choice in tools and operating systems.
The strength of CEGUI’s design is that it is highly configurable. The system does not directly load files, render windows, directly display text, or even fetch input from the system. CEGUI interfaces with these through user-defined code, though its source code package comes with a number of modules for using certain components and libraries.
This freedom allows using CEGUI in any kind of resource management system or operating environment. Input is expected to be gathered by the user’s code, possibly filtered as the user sees fit, and then passed to CEGUI for window processing.
CEGUI comes with a reasonable set of widgets, comparable to those of the average widget toolkit.