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This was Ronald Reagan's nickname.
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Leading the Third Crusade, this English king captured Cyprus.
This is the name of the capital city of the Dutch East Indies which corresponds to the present-day city of Jakarta.
see also corresponding 'Jakarta Previously' Sudoku puzzle
Woody Hayes was this U.S. College's football coaching legend from 1951-1978.
This is the international radio code word for the letter Y.
see also corresponding 'Radio Code Word Y' Sudoku puzzle
This philosopher and future leader of existentialism graduated from the Ecole Normale Superieure in 1929.
In 2000 this company reported revenues of more than $100 Billion; in 2001 it was bankrupt.
see also corresponding 'Bankrupt Energy Company' Sudoku puzzle
In 1961, Lyndon Johnson was sworn in as vice president by this mentor, an American politician who served as the 43rd Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.
This kind of bird taught Dr. Dolittle to talk to the animals.
see also corresponding 'Dr Dolittle Bird' Sudoku puzzle
This ineffectual king of England lost most of his country to Sven Forkbeard, the king of Denmark.
The scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz lacked this.
see also corresponding 'Wizard Of Oz Scarecrow' Sudoku puzzle
This author was the first president of the Soviet writers' union.
After the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy by American businessmen in 1893, this U.S. President demanded that (A) the U.S. refuse to annex Hawaii and (B) that the U.S. should return legal authority back to Queen Lili'uokalani.
see also corresponding 'Overthrow Of Hawaiian Monarchy' Sudoku puzzle
She was the first African-American author to win a Pulitzer Prize (she won in 1950 for her poetry).
Originally built circa 1834, the _________ Home is the oldest house still standing on the island of Maui, a recognizable landmark in the heart of historic Lahaina Town.
see also corresponding 'Oldest Maui House' Sudoku puzzle
While Ocean State appears on Rhode Island license plates, this nickname is also widely used.
In 1816 this Hawaiian port city was referred to as Hanarourou.
see also corresponding 'Hanarourou City' Sudoku puzzle
He was the first Japanese film director to become famous internationally. His films include The Seven Samurai and Rashomon.
This Pacific island is referred to as the Big Island.
see also corresponding 'The Big Island' Sudoku puzzle
The surrender of Imperial Japan formally took place here on September 2, 1945 bringing the hostilities of World War II to a close.
This Hawaiian island is called the Valley Isle for the large isthmus separating its northwestern and southeastern volcanic masses.
see also corresponding 'Hawaiian Valley Isle' Sudoku puzzle
Also used in English, this Greek word means purging from defilement or guilt.
In this type of bet bet the bettor picks the first and second place finishers but need not designate their order of finish in order to win.
see also corresponding 'First And Second Place Bet' Sudoku puzzle
This is the pseudonym of Swiss architect and city planner Charles-Edouard Jeanneret.
In a Giuseppe Verdi opera, she saves Attila the Hun from being poisoned so she can kill him herself.
see also corresponding 'Verdi Attila Poisoning' Sudoku puzzle
This is the term for an indirect veto by the president, who holds a bill until Congress adjourns.
This was the treaty that ended World War II.
Castilian is the official standard form of this Romance language.
see also corresponding 'Castilian Standard' Sudoku puzzle
This Washington-based society adds World to its title for a magazine aimed at kids.
The name of this fruit group comes from the Greek word for cedar, kedros.
see also corresponding 'Greek Fruit Kedros' Sudoku puzzle
She founded the Elsa Wild Animal Appeal in England in 1961, and in the U.S. in 1969.
This is the longest tributary of the Seine river in France.
see also corresponding 'Longest Seine Tributary' Sudoku puzzle
This celebrity's third husband won a Best Actor Oscar in the '90s; her second husband, like her dad, is a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.
n 1875 Franz Liszt became president of the Academy of Music in this city.
see also corresponding 'Franz Liszt Music Academy' Sudoku puzzle
New Mexico's state song, O, Fair New Mexico, was written by the daughter of this man who killed Billy the Kid.
Quick breads differ from standard breads in that they're made from leavenings other than this.
see also corresponding 'Quick Bread Leavening' Sudoku puzzle
This process refers to increasing the percentage of U-235 in a sample of uranium.
Medieval philosopher Anicius Boethius translated Greek philosophy into this language.
see also corresponding 'Boethius Philosophy Translation' Sudoku puzzle
In 1812, the Turks retook these 2 holy cities of Islam (the Wahhabis had taken them in the previous decade).
This refers to a a narrow steep-walled canyon, from the French for throat.
see also corresponding 'Steep Wall Canyon' Sudoku puzzle
Following his Gospel of Wealth, this steel magnate gave away over $350 million.
This rhythm is the biological clock in humans, based on a 24-hour cycle.
see also corresponding 'Human Biological Clock' Sudoku puzzle
Toubkal and Chelia are two of the peaks in this North African mountain chain.
This political and religious figure created the Academie Francaise in 1635.
see also corresponding 'Academie Francaise Founder' Sudoku puzzle
In 1697-98 this czar was in Holland and England studying shipbuilding.
In 1972 at age 35, Norwegian Magnar Solberg became the oldest individual Olympic winter gold medalist, winning this 2-event sport.
see also corresponding 'Norwegian Solberg Gold Medalist' Sudoku puzzle
Burma, Calcutta and Sittwe, India are major ports on this bay.
The Cattleya is the variety of this flower most widely used for corsages.
see also corresponding 'Cattleya Flower Corsages' Sudoku puzzle
This piano-playing star changed his middle name to Hercules.
Inscribed in both Portuguese and Chinese, coins for this territory weren't issued until 1952.
see also corresponding 'Portuguese Chinese Coins' Sudoku puzzle
This deadly conflagration began on September 2, 1666.
This type of science is used to establish facts for a court of law.
see also corresponding 'Court Of Law Facts' Sudoku puzzle
In this 1980s hit song the singer buys bread from a man in Brussels who was six foot four and full of muscles.
Also known as the Amur tiger, this tiger ranges from northern China to southeastern Russia.
see also corresponding 'Amur Tiger Range' Sudoku puzzle
One of this Pulitzer Prize winning book's title studies is Senator Edmund Ross' 1868 vote against convicting President Andrew Johnson.
When the market for cotton bottomed out in the 1870s, central Floridian farmers began growing this.
see also corresponding 'Flat Market For Cotton' Sudoku puzzle
How many Spice Girls were there?
In the 17th Century its location at England's southwest tip made it the target of pirate raids.
see also corresponding 'England Pirate Raids' Sudoku puzzle
He played the monster assembled by Gene Wilder in Mel Brooks Black and White classic movie Young Frankenstein.
In the Book of Proverbs this king writes, The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.
see also corresponding 'Fear Of The Lord' Sudoku puzzle
The Mosquito Indians are a majority population of this coastal region of Nicaragua and Honduras.
These multi-dwelling New Mexico Indian dwellings, built of adobe or stone, were typically terraced and placed against cliff walls.
see also corresponding 'New Mexico Indian Dwellings' Sudoku puzzle
The defense of Douglas Castle in 1306 is the subject of this Sir Walter Scott 1832 novel.
This outdated word for a type of food poisoning is from Greek for corpse.
see also corresponding 'Greek Food Poisoning' Sudoku puzzle
In an effort to unite France under a Catholic banner, King Louis XIV revoked this edict in 1685.
Approximately 30 percent of this animal's weight is from leaves, twigs and buds being slowly digested in its stomach.
see also corresponding 'Animal Leaf Weight' Sudoku puzzle
He's the mustachioed Belgian detective immortalized in Agatha Christie novels.
One great Macedonian, three Russian czars and seven Catholic popes all shared this name.
see also corresponding 'Sharing Macedonia Russia Catholic' Sudoku puzzle
This 1968 classic film cast a mime to play an ape throwing and smashing bones.
This Roman emperor won an Olympic chariot race even though he fell out of the chariot.
see also corresponding 'Olympic Chariot Race Winner' Sudoku puzzle
The Brick Testament website illustrates the Bible in this unusual medium.
The similarly named Dniester and Dnieper rivers reach the Black Sea in this country.
see also corresponding 'Dniester Dnieper Rivers' Sudoku puzzle
Opened on February 3, 1834, this North Carolina University included Manual Labor Institute in its name, named because students and staff were required to spend half of each day doing manual labor on a plantation.
These are donut hole treats at Dunkin' Donuts.
see also corresponding 'Dunkin Donut Holes' Sudoku puzzle
The modern mile was defined as 5,280 feet under this monarch's rule.
This type of cheese, produced since the 13th Century, is the original variety of Swiss Cheese.
see also corresponding 'Original Swiss Cheese' Sudoku puzzle
In Shakepseare's Camelot, he has a romance with Guenevere.
This is the thinnest material ever invented - only one atom thick yet 200 times stronger than the strongest steel.
see also corresponding 'Strongest Thinnest Material' Sudoku puzzle
Cape ivy is this type of herbaceous plant that lives for more than two years.
Mackenzie River, the longest river in Canada, empties into this sea.
see also corresponding 'Mackenzie River Drainage' Sudoku puzzle
Serving 160 years apart, these two U.S. secretaries of state are the only ones who never married.
Originating from the Latin for Cape, this word refers to a small Church or a special room within a Church for worship or prayer.
see also corresponding 'Latin Church Cape' Sudoku puzzle
Vintage bottles of products from this company, sold door to door by ladies since the 1880s, are now collectibles.
Glenohumeral is the medical name for this body joint, with greater range than any other in humans.
see also corresponding 'Glenohumeral Joint' Sudoku puzzle
Mount Erebus on Ross Island is the largest of this continent's active volcanoes.
Singapore's Zero Energy Building is the first in Southeast Asia to be powered entirely by this kind of renewable energy.
see also corresponding 'Zero Energy Building' Sudoku puzzle
These seeds from a gourd are also called pepitas.
This is a technique for holding or concealing an object in the hand, used frequently by magicians to conceal a card, coin, or other object.
see also corresponding 'Hand Concealed Object' Sudoku puzzle
These are the two planets in our solar system that have atmospheres made up mostly of carbon dioxide.
This country has two main ethnic groups: the Dutch-speaking Flemings, and the French-speaking Walloons.
see also corresponding 'Flemings And Walloons' Sudoku puzzle
In 1536 King Christian III established this protestant denomination as Denmark's state religion.
This term comes from the Greek for equal measure, reflecting that the scale along each axis of a graphical projection is the same.
see also corresponding 'Greek Equal Measures' Sudoku puzzle
Founded by and named for a Persian prophet, this religion flourished during Persia's Achaemenian empire.
This bizarre fad involves people lying on their stomaches in unexpected places.
see also corresponding 'Bizarre Stomach Fad' Sudoku puzzle
This is defined as the diameter of a circle times pi.
Static positions combine with rapid movements in this gymnastic event where you grasp two hanging parallel hoops.
see also corresponding 'Gymnastic Hoops' Sudoku puzzle
The February 27, 1965 TV Guide issue featured the womenfolk of this series.
As early as 1727 Johann Schulze discovered the light sensitivity of salts of this element.
see also corresponding 'Johann Schulze Discovery' Sudoku puzzle
This nickname means that when Wednesday's done, you're over the longest part of the week.
Christopher Columbus planned to sail westward to __________, which was the name Marco Polo used for what we now call Japan.
see also corresponding 'Marco Polo Japan' Sudoku puzzle
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