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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.
These nuts are used in marzipan.
see also corresponding 'Marzipan Nuts' Sudoku puzzle
Agra, India has this claim to fame.
The most dynamic growth of the brain occurs in this cortex, the outermost layer of the brain.
see also corresponding 'Dynamic Brain Growth' Sudoku puzzle
She has won the most Oscars for costume design.
People with this type of delusion believe strangers are friends in disguise.
see also corresponding 'People Friend Delusion' Sudoku puzzle
The African Queen was this in C.S. Forester's 1935 novel.
There are this many points on the maple leaf of the Canadian flag.
see also corresponding 'Maple Leaf Flag Points' Sudoku puzzle
This is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still standing.
This city was chosen to host and then refused the 1976 Winter Olympics.
see also corresponding 'Winter Olympics Non Host City' Sudoku puzzle
This Norwegian was the United Nations' first secretary general.
This is a dried plum.
see also corresponding 'Dried Plum' Sudoku puzzle
This Adventures in Wonderland character encountered by Alice never stops sobbing.
This is a staple dish in Korean cuisine, made from salted and fermented vegetables, most commonly cabbage and radishes, with a variety of seasonings including chili powder, scallions, garlic, ginger, and jeotgal.
see also corresponding 'Korean Staple Dish' Sudoku puzzle
He is referred to as The Father of the H-bomb.
This refers to the outermost part of the sun's atmosphere.
see also corresponding 'Outermost Sun Atmosphere' Sudoku puzzle
He was Becky Thatcher's boyfriend.
This Archangel's name means God heals. He's full of compassion on people who are struggling emotionally, physically, mentally, or spiritually.
see also corresponding 'God Heals Archangel' Sudoku puzzle
Las Vegas blackjack dealers stand on this number.
Gasoline and napthenic and palmatic acids combine to form this.
see also corresponding 'Napthenic Palmatic Acids' Sudoku puzzle
Trains leave for Paris at this London station.
She is Othello's wife.
see also corresponding 'Othello Wife' Sudoku puzzle
According to the International Flat Earth Society, this is the hub of the world.
Advent is the beginning of the Catholic liturgical year. Adventus in Latin, or _______ in Greek, it's a time of penitence and prayer.
see also corresponding 'Greek Advent Word' Sudoku puzzle
In 1941 she became The Peekaboo Girl.
This is the name of Sherlock Holmes's older and smarter brother.
see also corresponding 'Sherlock Holmes Brother' Sudoku puzzle
This is destroyed in Genesis 19:24.
A white tiger named Soohorang is the _______ for the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang 2018 starting on February 9, 2018 in South Korea.
see also corresponding 'Pyeongchang Soohorang' Sudoku puzzle
She married Charles Lindbergh in 1929.
The main character and title of this novel, set in 937AD and published in 2017 by Conn Iggulden, is sub-titled One man will change the fate of England.
see also corresponding 'Iggulden Fate Novel' Sudoku puzzle
He invented the mercury thermometer in 1714.
This is the first sign of the zodiac.
see also corresponding 'First Zodiac Sign' Sudoku puzzle
This is the nickname of the state of Florida.
Hamdi Ulukaya created this brand of Greek Yogurt in the United States, named after shepherd in Turkish to endow it with the hard-working and compassionate spirit of the mountain farmer.
see also corresponding 'Ulukaya Greek Yogurt' Sudoku puzzle
This southpaw pitcher helped the Los Angeles Dodgers to a World Series sweep in 1963.
This is the term for an organism that lives on or in another.
see also corresponding 'Organism In Another' Sudoku puzzle
He was laid to rest in the black cape he wore on the silver screen.
He is the only quarterback to be named Super Bowl MVP without throwing a touchdown pass.
see also corresponding 'Super Bowl MVP Quarterback' Sudoku puzzle
This Thomas Hardy novel centers on a Wessex county mayor.
After water, this is the main ingredient in Coca-Cola.
see also corresponding 'Coca Cola Ingredient' Sudoku puzzle
This movie theater has sold the most tickets.
Also known as Mount McKinley, its former official name, this is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of 20,310 feet (6,190 m) above sea level.
see also corresponding 'Highest North American Mountain' Sudoku puzzle
These three countries border Finland.
In 1970 Richard Nixon signed this national railroad into existence.
see also corresponding 'National Railway Start' Sudoku puzzle
This is the oldest city in the United States.
A second full moon in a month is called this (i.e. January 1st and 31st in 2018).
Yukon means great river in Gwich'in. The Yukon River was called this, or large stream, in Yupik.
see also corresponding 'Yupik Yukon' Sudoku puzzle
Clifton Webb portrayed this person in Stars and Stripes Forever.
This is the only mainland South American country with English as an official language.
see also corresponding 'South American Country' Sudoku puzzle
This group included Tom Hayden, Abby Hoffman and Jerry Rubin.
He played 2,130 consecutive baseball games for the New York Yankees.
see also corresponding 'Long Time New York Yankee' Sudoku puzzle
Triskaidekaphobia is fear of this.
This is the capital of Bulgaria.
see also corresponding 'Bulgaria Capital' Sudoku puzzle
These are the Seven Deadly Sins.
This is heaven to fallen Norse warriors.
see also corresponding 'Norse Warrior Heaven' Sudoku puzzle
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