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This river flows through Rome.
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He directed The Wild Bunch.
 
This was the name of the dog in RCA Victor's trademark.
see also corresponding 'RCA Victor Trademark Dog' Sudoku puzzle
 
What's a natatorium?
 
These appear when the sun activates your melanocytes.
see also corresponding 'Melanocytes Appear' Sudoku puzzle
 
This river rises in New Mexico and flows into the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona.
 
This is another term for a black leopard.
see also corresponding 'AKA Leopard' Sudoku puzzle
 
He is known as the father of grog, a rum drink for sailors.
 
This is the largest country in Africa.
see also corresponding 'Largest Africa Country' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is a Chinook First Nation's word meaning strong water or turbulent water.
 
Wenceslaus Square is in this city.
see also corresponding 'Wenceslaus Square' Sudoku puzzle
 
There are this many spaces on a Scrabble board.
 
This country contains Africa's northernmost point.
see also corresponding 'Northern Africa Point' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Geoffrey Chaucer poem describes a band of pilgrims setting out from an English inn.
 
This sport can catch you in a half nelson.
see also corresponding 'Half Nelson Sport' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was American folk hero John Chapman's nickname.
 
This 1973 Peter Schaffer play tells the story of a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a boy who blinds six horses.
see also corresponding 'Peter Schaffer Play' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the best way to pick up a rabbit.
 
Kangaroo Island is Australia's 3rd-largest island, and lies in the state of South Australia, 112 km southwest of this city.
see also corresponding 'Kangaroo Island City' Sudoku puzzle
 
Broderick Crawford won the best actor Oscar in 1949 for this film.
 
About 3 percent of this country lies at the eastern edge of Southern Europe in Thrace.
see also corresponding 'Thrace Country Edge' Sudoku puzzle
 
Nictitating women do this to men.
 
Thomas Huxley coined this term in 1869, and he referred to it in 1860 by stating, I neither affirm nor deny the immortality of man.
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These two states contain the farthest-separated points in the United States.
 
A piscatologist excels at this.
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He wrote the essay Civil Disobedience in 1849.
 
Gregor Mendel established this science in 1866.
see also corresponding 'Gregor Mendel Science' Sudoku puzzle
 
These three leaders met at the Yalta Conference in 1945.
 
Fred MacMurray invented this substance in the 1961 movie The Absent-Minded Professor.
see also corresponding 'Absent Minded Prof Substance' Sudoku puzzle
 
This British author created Gunga Din.
 
This sport uses a ball called a slitter.
see also corresponding 'Slitter Ball' Sudoku puzzle
 
This country has the highest population density in Asia.
 
This Canadian Doctor joined the Communist Party in 1935, and went to China in 1938 to serve as a Doctor for Mao Zedong's guerrilla army. He nicked his finger during an operation and subsequently died in 1939 (aged 49) of blood poisoning.
see also corresponding 'Mao Zedong Canadian Doctor' Sudoku puzzle
 
This comedienne's baby appeared on the first cover of TV Guide.
 
In 1851 the SS ______ won the coveted Blue Riband for the fastest transatlantic passage (Liverpool to New York in 9 days, 19 hours). It was designed to outclass its chief rivals from the British-owned Cunard Line.
see also corresponding 'Blue Riband Award' Sudoku puzzle
 
Its headquarters are on New York's East River between 42nd and 48th streets.
 
This word is derived from the Arabic word for an infidel.
see also corresponding 'Arabic Infidel' Sudoku puzzle
 
He was Olive Oyl's brother.
 
This pianist countered his critics by noting: I cried all the way to the bank.
see also corresponding 'Cried To The Bank' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was the one-word headline of The London Star on December 10, 1936.
 
Originally this word meant coffee that came from Yemen. Later it came to mean coffee flavoured with chocolate.
see also corresponding 'Yemen Coffee' Sudoku puzzle
 
Ellen and Ebenezer Butterick invented and first sold this in 1863.
 
This was Edmund S. Muskie's middle name.
see also corresponding 'Edmund Muskie Middle Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
This card game has 2,598,960 possible hands.
 
This sport has you hike out while close-hauled.
see also corresponding 'Close Hauled Sport' Sudoku puzzle
 
This battle of the War of 1812 was fought after the Treaty of Ghent was signed.
 
This country brews Peroni beer.
see also corresponding 'Peroni Beer Country' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was the only film starring W.C. Fields and Mae West.
 
This is the most common Russian surname.
see also corresponding 'Common Russian Surname' Sudoku puzzle
 
These two suits are the one-eyed jacks in a deck of playing cards.
 
This strong protein is a major component in nails, skin, hair, hooves, horns, and teeth.
see also corresponding 'Major Nail Component' Sudoku puzzle
 
Lynette Alice Squeaky Fromme tried to assassinate this U.S. President in 1975.
 
From Latin for draw back, this is a medical tool used to pull away edges of an incision for surgical access.
see also corresponding 'Medical Draw Back Tool' Sudoku puzzle
 
It takes sunlight this long to reach earth.
 
This is the process of treating hospital patients in order of the seriousness of their injuries.
see also corresponding 'Serious Patient Order' Sudoku puzzle
 
In a standard international deck of cards, this sword-wielding king is the only one with no mustache.
 
Capella is the brightest star in this constellation (the Charioteer).
see also corresponding 'Capella Constellation' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is James Bond's CIA contact.
 
This is the capital of Australia.
see also corresponding 'Australian Capital' Sudoku puzzle
 
This William Styron book is about a black preacher who leads an 1831 slave revolt.
 
This is the falconers' term for a wild bird taken at the nest when almost full-fledged.
see also corresponding 'Falcon Taken At Nest' Sudoku puzzle
 
This fictional group from 1946 through 1958 included actors Leo Gorcey, Gabriel Dell and Huntz Hall.
 
This delicacy is known as pickled roe.
see also corresponding 'Pickled Roe' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is what you call a boy born between cannons on a British warship.
 
This is missing from a woman suffering from amazia.
see also corresponding 'Amazia Sufferer' Sudoku puzzle
 
This six-time Olympic champion was known as The Flying Finn.
 
Adolf Hitler planned to rename this city to Germania.
see also corresponding 'Germania Prior Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
This actor was the only member of The Dirty Dozen to survive.
 
In this language klutz is an insult.
see also corresponding 'Klutz Insult' Sudoku puzzle
 
This company, founded in 1945, offers a special deal on the last day of January, March, May, July, August, October and December.
 
Lloyd's Lutine Bell announces this.
 
This planet has the shortest year.
see also corresponding 'Shortest Planet Year' Sudoku puzzle
 
He said: "Give me a couple of pages of the Bible, and I'll give you a picture."
 
This Broadway show was identified with the Kennedy years.
see also corresponding 'Kennedy Broadway Show' Sudoku puzzle
 
This playing card is the symbol of love.
 
This is Elvis Costello's real first name.
see also corresponding 'Elvis Costello First Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is what an Austrian calls Austria.
 
his is another name for tetanus.
see also corresponding 'Tetanus Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the largest web-footed bird.
 
Cuba has been called The Queen of the ___________.
see also corresponding 'Cuba Queen' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was the biggest-selling American novel before Gone With The Wind.
 
This was the first country to legalize abortion, in 1935.
see also corresponding 'Legalized Abortion' Sudoku puzzle
 
This tropic passes through Australia.
 
This refers to three membranous envelopes (arachnoid, dura mater, and pia mater) that surround the brain and spinal cord.
see also corresponding 'Membranous Brain Envelopes' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the world's warmest sea.
 
The New York Institute for the Investigation of Rolling Spheroids specializes in this.
see also corresponding 'Rolling Spheroids Institute' Sudoku puzzle
 
These five cards make up a perfect Cribbage hand.
 
This is the common term for the tympanic membrane.
see also corresponding 'Tympanic Membrane' Sudoku puzzle
 
This novel has the ghost of Catherine appearing to Mr. Lockwood.
 
Sir Thomas More created this imaginary island in his 1516 book.
see also corresponding 'Imaginary More Island' Sudoku puzzle
 
This actress portrayed the doomed schoolteacher in The Birds.
 
James Bond uses this make of lighter to light his ladies' cigarettes with.
see also corresponding 'Lady Cigarette Lighter' Sudoku puzzle
 
How many letters appear with the numbers 2 to 9 on a telephone dial?
 
This is the infamous contraction of Geheime Staatspolizei.
see also corresponding 'Geheime Staatspolizei Contraction' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was the infamous feat of Germany's U-20 submarine.
 
This 1979 film pitted the townies against the gownies on bicycles.
 
This U.S. state has the lowest highest elevation at 60 feet.
see also corresponding 'Lowest Highest Elevation State' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Richard Adams book includes an account of Bigwig's encounter with a fox.
 
This sport features sculls, slides and strokes.
see also corresponding 'Scull Slide Stroke Sport' Sudoku puzzle
 
This U.S. poet penned: Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.
 
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