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This Canadian doctor became the Chinese model for the ideal foreigner for his medical work in 1938-39 serving the guerrilla forces of Mao Zedong who were repelling a Japanese invasion.
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Nebuchadnezzar built this botanical marvel.
This Italian city is home to da Vinci's The Last Supper.
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This Italian artist painted Birth of Venus.
This is the world's most common compound.
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This averted an Arab boycott of the 1948 Summer Olympics.
This was the name of Roy Roger's dog.
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He played the title role in 1947's The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
This is IBM's motto.
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He solves the crime in Death on the Nile.
Founded in 1882, this is the capital city of Saskatchewan.
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This is the world's largest legal bookmaking firm.
This was British model Leslie Hornby's nickname.
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His Watergate revelations are titled Blind Ambition.
Fallen tells the story of Katie Crilly during the 1916 Dublin uprising named for this holiday.
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This is the metric mile.
This is the most abundant element in the sun.
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This is the tennis term for missing on first and second service.
The name Canada derives from an __________ word for village, kanata, that French explorers heard used to refer to the area near present-day Quebec City.
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Abraham M. Saperstein established and sent this team on the road in 1927.
This Arthur Miller play has the 1692 Salem witch trials as its setting.
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This was the claim to fame of Louise Joy Brown, born July 25, 1978.
Tallinn is the capital and largest city of this country.
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She had the 1936 Miss Hungary title taken away from her because she was underage.
This magician dazzled people at King Arthur's court.
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He was known as The Louisville Lip.
This caused 20 million deaths in 1918.
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This American is considered the pioneer of modern rocketry.
200,000 British troops fled from this French port on June 4, 1940.
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These are the two hottest months at the equator.
The Holy Kaaba can be found here.
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This 1921 film made Rudolph Valentino a star.
The boot of Italy is kicking this island.
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This where the world's oldest golf course is located.
This is the capital of Indonesia.
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This was Rudolf Hess's sentence at the Nuremberg trials.
This is the fastest land animal.
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This film is based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel Sentinel.
This is removed in a hysterectomy.
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The Beatles performed their first U.S. concert here.
She was Napoleon's first wife.
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A Backgammon player starts each game with this many playing pieces.
This is January's birthstone.
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The game of conkers is played with these.
This is the international radio code word for the letter 'F'.
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This was the theme song of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.
This refers to the outermost layer of skin.
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This was the second James Bond novel to go before the cameras.
Orly airport serves this city.
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He invented the bifocal lens in 1780.
Created by Frank Mars, this chocolate bar is often called a Milky Way with peanuts.
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After each performance Jimmy Durante bid goodnight to this person.
Aerospatiale of France and the British Aircraft Corp. developed this plane, with the first two prototypes flying in 1969.
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Opium is derived from this plant.
This is the name of Superman's dog.
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This sun-blasted, 140-mile-long valley is just north of the Mojave Desert.
This zodiacal sign is represented by the balance, or scales.
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These two countries don't border Brazil.
If you're shod in beavertails, you are wearing this.
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Thomas Becket was murdered in 1170 in this cathedral.
This refers to a community of ants.
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This Jewish holiday saw the start of the 1973 Mideast War.
This was the name of Sir Isaac Newton's dog.
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He emerged from the Spanish Civil War as Spain's leader.
He was the last of the Apache warrior chiefs.
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He assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Adopted in 1975 by an act of Parliament, this is the national animal of Canada.
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This is the name of the point at which condensation begins.
Celebrating its Centennial in 2017, this International organization was founded by Arch Klumph.
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She named a perfume for her fashion shows on the fifth of each month.
This was the name of P.T. Barnum's giant elephant.
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Hitler broke this treaty in 1935.
Leonard Nimoy played this character in Star Trek.
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The Suez Canal connects these two bodies of water.
The silkworm moth has lost this ability through domestication.
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He oversaw the design and assembly of the first atomic bomb.
This river runs through Liverpool.
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A nose job is the common name for this medical procedure.
Englishmen weigh themselves in this.
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This American author wrote The Purloined Letter.
He was assigned to steal the girdle of the Amazon queen Hippolyte.
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The Statue of Liberty is this many times larger than life size.
Bob Cousy helped this NBA team win six championships.
The ultimate goal of Buddhism is this perfectly peaceful and enlightened state.
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A good mudder is likely to win this.
This Yiddish term describes a non-participant spectator in contract bridge.
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This 1932 novel won Pearl Buck a Pulitzer Prize.
The two main vegetables in this food dish (from Narragansett for broken corn kernels) are corn and lima beans.
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These creatures live in a formicary.
The Vatican Bank is unique in allowing ATM transactions to be conducted in this language.
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This was known as The Living Room War.
This plant's technical name is Ambrosia Artemisiifolia. Its pollen is wind-dispersed, and can be a strong allergen to people with hay fever.
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This is how you write 99 in Roman numerals.
In 1888 the Imperial British East Africa Company established claims to territory in what is now ______.
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A Black Velvet is made from these two ingredients.
This Mediterranean country is the only one in the world to display its map on its flag.
see also corresponding 'Country Flag Map' Sudoku puzzle
In the 1951–55 sitcom The Honeymooners, these were the respective occupations of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton.
This pure spirit is distilled from wine.
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This jockey was nicknamed Wee Willie.
This card game has variations known as Chicago, Cincinnati and Lowball.
see also corresponding 'Lowball Card Game' Sudoku puzzle
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