This crossword clue is for the definition: Request.
it’s A 7 letters crossword puzzle definition.
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Possible Answers: ASK.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 12 Nov 18, Monday
Random information on the term “Request”:
Request TV, also known as Request Television, is a defunct pay-per-view service which was owned by Liberty Media and Twentieth Century Fox that was launched in November 1985. Request TV was originally owned by Reiss Media Enterprises; Group W Satellite Communications later purchased a 50% stake in the service in May 1989. Twentieth Century Fox and Liberty Media acquired a combined majority interest in Reiss Media Enterprises in June 1992, and bought out Group W’s stake in Request TV.
One of their logos while they operated consisted of the letter “q” in Request as a film reel with a film strip coming out. Request TV offered first run movies and specials such as concerts, wrestling, boxing, etc. Request TV ended broadcasting on June 30, 1998, after Tele-Communications Inc., then-owned by co-parent Liberty Media, declined to renew its contract to carry the service beyond that date.
One of the major highlights of Request TV was that it was the first national television outlet to run Extreme Championship Wrestling programming, as documented by Paul Heyman in the DVD The Rise and Fall of ECW.
Random information on the term “ASK”:
The American School of Kuwait (also known as ASK) is a K-12 private school institution which also includes a pre-school (referred to as the Child Development Center). It is located in Hawalli, Kuwait.
In 1963, a group of American parents began the process of forming a new international school in Kuwait. This new school’s first term began in September, 1964, in the Dasman Area of Sharq, Kuwait, and was known as the International School of Kuwait.
In 1969, the ASK Campus separated into two campuses, with one in Salwa and one in Surra. The Salwa campus contained the Elementary school, while the Surra campus contained both the Middle and High Schools. The school received its initial US accreditation from the Middle States Association in 1971, and has been receiving it continuously since then.
The school was closed for the 1990 to 1991 school term, due to the events of the invasion of Kuwait. The school reopened in the fall of 1991.
Over the summer of 1994, both ASK campuses, the Surra and Salwa campuses, moved again to a new campus in the Hawalli area. This reunited the elementary, middle, and high school students once again in one campus for the start of the 1994 to 1995 school term. The school has been at this location ever since.