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He was the oldest U.S. President inaugurated.
These seeds traditionally used to make halvah are an excellent source of calcium.
see also corresponding 'Halvah Seeds' Sudoku puzzle
This ocean surrounds Pitcairn Island.
The castor bean plant contains this protein, one of the deadliest toxins known.
see also corresponding 'Castor Bean Protein' Sudoku puzzle
This was Hitler's favourite movie.
This organ makes up only two per cent of your body's weight but requires a fifth of its energy.
see also corresponding 'Organ Weight Vs Energy' Sudoku puzzle
This symbolized justice and law to The Lone Ranger.
This is normally the only piece of clothing that Bugs Bunny wears.
see also corresponding 'Bugs Bunny Clothing' Sudoku puzzle
In 1859 he invented the railroad sleeping car.
When this music composer died in Paris in 1849, his heart was sent back to Warsaw in a jar of liquor.
see also corresponding 'Warsaw Heart Jar' Sudoku puzzle
This is another name for the Aurora Australis.
This was Adolf Hitler's German Shepherd dog, given to him as a gift in 1941 by Martin Bormann.
see also corresponding 'Hitler German Shepherd' Sudoku puzzle
This sea lies between New Zealand and Australia.
This is the capital city and the largest city of Libya.
see also corresponding 'Libya Capital City' Sudoku puzzle
In 1927, this was the first talking motion picture with sound on the film - the first one to use spoken dialogue as part of the dramatic action.
This European country offers an e-residency program, letting you register a business and open a bank account without having to set foot on its soil.
see also corresponding 'Europe E-residency Program' Sudoku puzzle
This book is subtitled The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.
This 1998 Disney Chinese folk tale movie was surprisingly a box office disappointment in China.
see also corresponding 'Disney Chinese Film Disappointment' Sudoku puzzle
This is the alternate title of the play The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up.
Ontario's _______ Beach is the world's longest freshwater beach - 14km along Georgian Bay, an arm of Lake Huron.
see also corresponding 'Longest Freshwater Beach' Sudoku puzzle
This Vaughn Meader LP record was No. 1 on the charts in December 1962.
This is the international radio code word for the letter Q.
see also corresponding 'Radio Code Word Q' Sudoku puzzle
This Charles Dickens character said: 'Please, sir, I want some more'.
This is the only U.S. state with a cactus as its state flower.
see also corresponding 'Cactus Flower State' Sudoku puzzle
Baseball derived from these two English games.
This sea lies between Asia Minor and Greece.
see also corresponding 'Sea Between Asia Minor And Greece' Sudoku puzzle
This is the difference between two square miles and two miles square.
In Frankfurt this is called a bibliothek.
see also corresponding 'German Bibliothek' Sudoku puzzle
This is SOS in International Morse code.
This is the only mammal that can't jump.
see also corresponding 'Mammal Cant Jump' Sudoku puzzle
Epinephrine, also known by this name, is a hormone that increases the body's pulse rate.
This 1970 Anthony Shaffer two-man play opens in the living room of Andrew Wyke's Norman manor house.
see also corresponding 'Andrew Wyke Manor House' Sudoku puzzle
Living from Russia to Norway, they've been called the only indigenous people of the European Union.
The city known in English as 'St. Petersburg' was changed to this name in 1914 at the start of World War I because its original name sounded too German.
see also corresponding 'Too German City Name' Sudoku puzzle
The symbols for six chemical elements spell out his name, beginning with Cobalt, Phosphorus and Erbium.
The distal phalanges are the bones at the top of these body parts.
see also corresponding 'Distal Phalange Bones' Sudoku puzzle
This Triple Crown-winning horse took the 1973 Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths.
Lord Kelvin built a computer to calculate tables of these in a harbor, and predict them for any day and hour.
see also corresponding 'Lord Kelvin Harbor Calculation' Sudoku puzzle
This game features the largest ball.
When you hiccup, this large sheet of muscle contracts involuntarily, then the epiglottis closes over the vocal cords.
see also corresponding 'Epiglottis Hiccups' Sudoku puzzle
He was The Little Tramp.
This word for a sunny central courtyard is also used for an upper chamber of the heart.
see also corresponding 'Upper Heart Chamber' Sudoku puzzle
She played sidekick to John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and Hopalong Cassidy.
Its contiguous territory covers 36 degrees of latitude, the longest stretch of any country not in the top 10 in area.
see also corresponding 'Longest Contiguous Country' Sudoku puzzle
This 20th-century African leader gave himself the title Conqueror of the British Empire.
In this type of poem, the first letters of each line spell out a word or phrase.
see also corresponding 'First Letters Poem' Sudoku puzzle
This is known as The Royal Disease.
Often considered appealing, these features are a genetic defect of the zygomaticus muscles of the face.
see also corresponding 'Zygomaticus Muscle Defect' Sudoku puzzle
He devised the point count bidding system for the card game of Bridge.
He was a knight without armor in a savage land.
see also corresponding 'Savage Knight' Sudoku puzzle
This is par on a 245-yard golf hole.
This sport uses leaders and plugs.
see also corresponding 'Leaders Plugs Sport' Sudoku puzzle
This African mountain is known as The Mountain of the Cold Devils.
This reptilian feature evolved into feathers.
see also corresponding 'Reptilian Evolution' Sudoku puzzle
This is the colour of yak's milk.
This type of person puts shoes on horses.
see also corresponding 'Puts Shoes On Horses' Sudoku puzzle
This Bronze Age civilization emerged on the Greek island of Crete around 2500 B.C.
This is the most extensively grown and eaten food.
see also corresponding 'Most Grown Eaten Food' Sudoku puzzle
This is the score of a forfeited baseball game.
his is what you get when you add fresh fruit to red wine.
see also corresponding 'Fruit Wine Drink' Sudoku puzzle
This was the pseudonym of Thomas Edward Lawrence.
The ________ is a heavy, stout shark with a conical, pointed snout and a crescent-shaped caudal, or tail, fin.
see also corresponding 'Conical Snout Shark' Sudoku puzzle
This game became popular aboard ocean liners during the 19th century.
New York may be big but this Saskatchewan town is _______.
see also corresponding 'Big Saskatchewan Town' Sudoku puzzle
This country was formerly East Pakistan.
Iridium and ________ are the two most dense chemical elements in pure form.
see also corresponding 'Purest Chemical Elements' Sudoku puzzle
This famed fountain was featured in the movie Three Coins in the Fountain.
This chemical element, atomic number 77, is impervious to almost all acids.
see also corresponding 'Acid Resistant Element' Sudoku puzzle
This is the largest bay in the world.
Classic Moussaka is a casserole made by layering this with a spiced meat filling and then topping it off with a creamy bechamel sauce, baked to golden perfection.
see also corresponding 'Classic Moussaka Recipe' Sudoku puzzle
This was the cost of a McDonald's hamburger in 1963.
This is the largest permanently-populated Mexican island.
see also corresponding 'Permanently Populated Mecicans' Sudoku puzzle
This country claimed Breugel, Rubens and Van Dyck as citizens.
The Ark of the Covenant was kept for a time in this city that's also the name of a Civil War battle site in Tennessee.
see also corresponding 'Ark Of Covenant Sites' Sudoku puzzle
This country and western singer is known as The Okie from Muskogee.
The elected medical official whose job it is to investigate deaths not due to natural causes.
see also corresponding 'Medical Death Investigation' Sudoku puzzle
This percentage of the population has an IQ above 100.
The total distance a boat penetrates the water, from waterline to keel or appendage bottom.
see also corresponding 'Boat Water Penetration' Sudoku puzzle
This was the nickname of former Haitian leader Francois Duvalier.
This organ gave us the word hysterical.
see also corresponding 'Hysterical Organ' Sudoku puzzle
You can find Mercator's Projection here.
This was the last ruler in the Egyptian dynasty of the Ptolemies.
see also corresponding 'Last Egyptian Ptolemy Ruler' Sudoku puzzle
This sport sees stones thrown at a house.
This city rises at the head of the Nile River Delta.
see also corresponding 'Nile River Delta' Sudoku puzzle
Charles Lindbergh landed at this airfield to end his historic transatlantic flight.
This substance must mix with food to give it taste.
see also corresponding 'Mixed With Food' Sudoku puzzle
Gertrude Ederle was the first woman to do this.
This the common name for a Japanese dwarf tree.
see also corresponding 'Japanese Dwarf Tree' Sudoku puzzle
This was Ernest Hemingway's first novel.
The Zambezi River empties into this ocean.
see also corresponding 'Zambezi River Drainage' Sudoku puzzle
John F. Kennedy attended this London school.
He was the last Anglo-Saxon king of England.
see also corresponding 'Last English Anglo Saxon King' Sudoku puzzle
This railroad has 97 stops on its 5,799-mile route.
This is the first name of Lee Harvey Oswald's wife.
see also corresponding 'Lee Harvey Oswald Wife' Sudoku puzzle
This is found on Lonely Street.
A nihilist believes in this.
see also corresponding 'Nihilist Belief' Sudoku puzzle
In a 1920 World Series game, second baseman Bill Wambsganss did this all by himself.
This Shakespearean character has the most lines, with 1,422.
see also corresponding 'Most Shakespeare Lines' Sudoku puzzle
This is the colour of the eight-ball in pocket billiards.
This was Jimmy Hoffa's middle name.
see also corresponding 'Hoffa Middle Name' Sudoku puzzle
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