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Punjab means land of 5 rivers, and all five of the rivers eventually flow into this one.
see also corresponding 'Punjab Rivers' Sudoku puzzle
 
Simply roasted and ground, it has almost 50 percent more caffeine than instant types.
 
This was the first nonprecious metal man made into tools and decorative items.
see also corresponding 'First Decorative Nonprecious Metal' Sudoku puzzle
 
Snack-sized sticks of mozzarella are sold under this name because they can be pulled apart into strands.
 
Lake Marathon, an artificial lake, served as this European capital's main water supply from 1931 until 1959.
see also corresponding 'Lake Marathon Water Supply' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 1940, FDR beat him to win his third term.
 
This small fish of the genus hippocampus has no stomach and must eat almost constantly to stay alive.
see also corresponding 'Hippocampus Genus Fish' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 2003, Roy E. Disney left it after being on it since 1967.
 
There is a branch of the University of Nebraska at this city on the Platte River.
see also corresponding 'Nebraska On Platte' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Pasadena, California lab has been helping design U.S. spacecraft since Explorer 1 in 1958.
 
The oscillating type of this irrigation device sprays back and forth in a rectangular pattern.
see also corresponding 'Oscillating Irrigation Device' Sudoku puzzle
 
The Torah ends with this book.
 
Three strikes bowled consecutively is known as this.
see also corresponding 'Three Consecutive Bowling Strikes' Sudoku puzzle
 
Operas based on this author's works include Il Talismano, Il Templario, and La Prigione d'Edimburgo.
 
She was raised from the dead by Saint Peter in Joppa, Israel.
see also corresponding 'Joppa Rising' Sudoku puzzle
 
Daniel Webster represented this vulcanization inventor in a patent infringement trial.
 
Stravinsky's ballet Orpheus opens at the grave of this woman, Orpheus' wife.
see also corresponding 'Orpheus Wife' Sudoku puzzle
 
In a 1996 novel Jane Mendelsohn adopts the voice of this female aviator, lost on a desert island.
 
The orange blossom is this U.S. State flower.
see also corresponding 'US State Flower' Sudoku puzzle
 
Carthage was a colony of these ancient seafarers.
 
Of the world's ten largest islands, three belong all or in part to Indonesia: New Guinea, Sumatra, and this one.
see also corresponding 'Indonesia Island' Sudoku puzzle
 
The 3,107-carat Cullinan Diamond, the largest gem diamond ever known, was presented to this British king in 1907.
 
This 1980 non-fiction science book was written by Carl Sagan.
see also corresponding 'Carl Sagan Book' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Greek dish typically consists of layers of eggplant and ground lamb or beef topped with a white sauce.
 
The English name of this Christian holiday may come from a pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring.
see also corresponding 'Pagan Anglo Saxon Holiday' Sudoku puzzle
 
The S.S. Ancon made the first complete trip through this, August 15, 1914.
 
Jesus carried his own cross to The Place of the Skull, called this in Aramaic.
see also corresponding 'Place Of The Skull' Sudoku puzzle
 
Franklin Roosevelt beat this Republican in the 1936 Presidential election.
 
Also a term in logic, this is the process by which a magnetic field is ordered into poles.
see also corresponding 'Magnetic Pole Field' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the world's largest non-profit scientific and educational organization.
 
According to the Acts of the Apostles, he was the apostle chosen by lot to replace Judas Iscariot following Judas' betrayal of Jesus and his subsequent death.
see also corresponding 'Judas Iscariot Replacement' Sudoku puzzle
 
This team has lost the most Super Bowls.
 
The Cassini-Huygens space probe discovered a body of water the size of Lake Superior on this planet's moon Enceladus.
see also corresponding 'Cassini Huygens Probe' Sudoku puzzle
 
The Scarlet Pimpernel showed his colours in this revolution.
 
This is the official language of Oman.
see also corresponding 'Oman Official Language' Sudoku puzzle
 
The McLowery brothers and Billie Clanton were gunned down here.
 
Morris Travers and Sir William Ramsay found xenon, neon and this element, No. 36.
see also corresponding 'Travers Ramsay Element' Sudoku puzzle
 
U.S.S.R. stands for this.
 
This country has the least rainfall in Sub-Saharan Africa.
see also corresponding 'Sub-Saharan Africa Rain' Sudoku puzzle
 
He was the first president of Egypt.
 
This country's only land border is with Malaysia.
see also corresponding 'Malaysia Border Country' Sudoku puzzle
 
This feud ended with a marriage in Kentucky on March 21, 1891.
 
The tearing of these muscles at the back of the thigh is common in sports like sprinting.
see also corresponding 'Thigh Muscle Tear' Sudoku puzzle
 
He wrote Around the World in Eighty Days.
 
From the Latin for inactivity, this refers to the tendency of a body to resist change in its motion.
see also corresponding 'Resist Body Tendency' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is how many times a Roman numeral's value increases if it has a line over it.
 
Once the capital of an Ethiopian province, Asmara is now the capital of this country.
see also corresponding 'Asmara Capital' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the national airline of Ireland.
 
This Connecticut city is home to the American Clock and Watch Museum.
see also corresponding 'Connecticut Clock Museum' Sudoku puzzle
 
A somnambulist is this.
 
When bubbles of this gas form in a scuba diver's blood, the bends can occur.
see also corresponding 'Scuba Diver Bends' Sudoku puzzle
 
This hobby was developed by the Palmer Paint company of Detroit.
 
Known in China as the mushroom of immortality, it has traditionally been used to prolong life and is used to treat allergies and arthritis.
see also corresponding 'Immortality Mushroom' Sudoku puzzle
 
He was forced to return his Olympic golf medals (from the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm) after it was learned he had played semipro baseball.
 
This Pacific Ocean atoll is also known as the Island of the Colorblind, because as many as 10 percent of the residents are believed to carry the achromatopsia gene that causes complete colorblindness.
see also corresponding 'Colorblind Pacific Ocean Atoll' Sudoku puzzle
 
He invented the lightning rod.
 
This is the narrow strait between the eastern tip of Sicily and the western tip of Calabria in the south of Italy.
see also corresponding 'Sicily Calabria Strait' Sudoku puzzle
 
This organization was founded by the Rev. Jerry Falwell.
 
This is the main form in which carbohydrates are stored in the body; it's broken down into glucose as needed.
see also corresponding 'Carbohydrate Body Storage' Sudoku puzzle
 
She became the first Czechoslovakian to win the Wimbledon women's singles tennis title.
 
This is the better-known name of Edson Arantes do Nascimento.
see also corresponding 'Edson Arantes' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the name of the archipelago at the southern tip of South America.
 
He is Pinocchio's arch-nemesis.
see also corresponding 'Pinocchio Arch Nemesis' Sudoku puzzle
 
This nickname of Little Margery Meanwell has come to mean one who is coyingly virtuous.
 
From Latin, this word means relating to Spring.
see also corresponding 'Latin Spring Term' Sudoku puzzle
 
This oath begins with: I swear by Apollo, the Physician...
 
Casanova, Don Juan and Romeo are all synonyms for this eponymous seducer from a 1703 play.
see also corresponding 'Eponymous Seducer Play' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 1697 he toured Western Europe incognito under the name Sgt. Mikhaylov.
 
This classic men's hat was named for an 1882 play whose title character was a woman.
see also corresponding 'Classic Mens Hat' Sudoku puzzle
 
He taught Eliza Doolittle to be a lady.
 
Dr. Seuss originated this word for an ill-tempered spoilsport.
see also corresponding 'Seuss Spoilsport' Sudoku puzzle
 
This sport features jammers breaking out of the pack.
 
This was the surname of Nicholas II, last czar of Russia.
see also corresponding 'Nicholas II Surname' Sudoku puzzle
 
He's the only man to have won the Olympic decathlon twice.
 
The Kon-Tiki raft was made of this type of wood.
see also corresponding 'Kon Tiki Raft Wood' Sudoku puzzle
 
This country lifted a ban on Aristotle, Shakespeare and Dickens on February 11, 1978.
 
Of the five senses, you are most likely to lose this sense if hit by lightning.
see also corresponding 'Lightning Sense Loss' Sudoku puzzle
 
OAS stands for this.
 
This kind of fruit was referred to as the golden apples of Greek mythology.
see also corresponding 'Greek Golden Apples' Sudoku puzzle
 
He won the 1961 best actor Oscar for his role in Judgment at Nuremberg.
 
A California Long White is this.
see also corresponding 'California Long White' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Nicaraguan strongman was overthrown by the Sandinista guerrillas.
 
He seized power from Milton Obote in 1971.
see also corresponding 'Obote Overthrow' Sudoku puzzle
 
You would helicopter to the Bugaboos for this sport.
 
Joseph Smith founded this religious movement.
see also corresponding 'Joseph Smith Movement' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Antarctic base was established by Richard Byrd.
 
He said: Soldiers win the battles and generals get the credit.
see also corresponding 'Soldiers Win Battles' Sudoku puzzle
 
He's the clown in Shakespeare's Henry IV and The Merry Wives of Windsor.
 
Only Muslims may enter this, the religion's holiest city, Muhammad's birthplace.
see also corresponding 'Muhammad Birthplace' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the most painted, photographed and climbed mountain in the world.
 
Amenouzume is among the major Kami of this Japanese religion.
see also corresponding 'Amenouzume Kami' Sudoku puzzle
 
According to a Dutch West India Company document, he bought Manhattan Island around 1626 for 60 guilders (the equivalent of $24).
 
This term refers to an international syndicate that colludes to regulate prices in a specified field.
see also corresponding 'Syndicate Collusion' Sudoku puzzle
 
This city is associated with the Prime Meridian, or zero degrees longitude.
 
This metal makes up 10 percent of yellow gold.
see also corresponding 'Yellow Gold Metal' Sudoku puzzle
 
This horse race's winner is draped with a blanket of roses.
 
The human brain has about 50 trillion of these, support cells for neurons.
see also corresponding 'Neuron Support Cells' Sudoku puzzle
 
This city is surrounded by Rome.
 
This town on the Dardanelles gets its name from the Greek for beautiful city.
see also corresponding 'Beautiful Dardanelles City' Sudoku puzzle
 
This George Harrison tune sounded too much like He's So Fine by The Chiffons.
 
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23-Jul-2018

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