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What ancient Egyptian god appeared in the form of a falcon whose eyes were the sun and the moon?
see also corresponding 'Ancient Egyptian God' Sudoku puzzle
 
What can you escape if you travel at 6.96 miles per second?
see also corresponding 'Earth Escape' Sudoku puzzle
 
What western Africa state declared its independence from Nigeria in 1967, but ceased to exist by 1970?
see also corresponding 'Independence From Nigeria' Sudoku puzzle
 
What never works at night and requires a gnomon to tell the time?
see also corresponding 'Night Gnomon' Sudoku puzzle
 
What term refers to an inscription placed at the end of a book which gives details of its publication?
see also corresponding 'Book Inscription' Sudoku puzzle
 
What is the only food that will not spoil or rot?
see also corresponding 'Non Spoil Food' Sudoku puzzle
 
What is a dromophobiac afraid to cross?
see also corresponding 'Dromophobiac Fear' Sudoku puzzle
 
What bird lays the smallest egg in relation to its size?
see also corresponding 'Smallest Bird Egg' Sudoku puzzle
 
Which chemical element was given its name from the Greek word meaning “unstable”?
see also corresponding 'Unstable Chemical Element' Sudoku puzzle
 
What was the first song performed in outer space?
see also corresponding 'Outer Space Performance' Sudoku puzzle
 
What poet and Lord was born in Scotland on January 22, 1788?
see also corresponding 'Scottish Lord Poet' SuJoku puzzle
 
What country left the European Union following a 1985 referendum?
see also corresponding 'Country Left EU' SuJoku puzzle
 
What Shakespeare play asks: “To be or not to be?”
see also corresponding 'Shakespeare To Be' SuJoku puzzle
 
What school of witchcraft and wizardry does Harry Potter attend?
see also corresponding 'Harry Potter School' SuJoku puzzle
 
What does the first ‘M’ stand for in the name of the MMPI mental health personality test?
see also corresponding 'MMPI Test' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which country has a red flag with a five-pointed yellow star at its center?
see also corresponding 'Red Flag Yellow Star' SuJoku puzzle
 
Before 1975, what was the west African country of Benin named?
see also corresponding 'Prior Benin Name' SuJoku puzzle
 
What nut contains more calcium than any other nut or fruit, and is
one of the best sources of vitamin E?
see also corresponding 'Calcium Nut' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which musical instrument was invented by Johann Denner on January 14, 1690?
see also corresponding 'Denner Musical Instrument' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which university hosts the Hasty Pudding Club, renowned for its satiric revues?
see also corresponding 'Hasty Pudding Club' SuJoku puzzle
 
Where did the sandwich get its name from?
see also corresponding 'Sandwich Named' SuJoku puzzle
 
A carpetbagger was a Northerner (Yankee) who moved to the South
during the Reconstruction following the American Civil War.
What term was given to their Southern collaborators?
see also corresponding 'Southern Collaborators' SuJoku puzzle
 
In ancient Japan, what name was used for a samurai who, as a result of
either loss in battle, the untimely death of his lord, or his own misdeeds,
lost his sponsorship?
see also corresponding 'Deposed Samurai' SuJoku puzzle
 
Who invented the computer mouse?
see also corresponding 'Computer Mouse' SuJoku puzzle
 
Where was Elvis born on January 8, 1935?
see also corresponding 'Elvis Birth Date' SuJoku puzzle
 
When was the first crossing of the Panama Canal?
see also corresponding 'Panama Canal First Crossing' SuJoku puzzle
 
What term describes the study of ridiculous conversation?
see also corresponding 'Ridiculous Conversation' SuJoku puzzle
 
What night marks the coming of Epiphany on January 6th?
see also corresponding 'Night Before Epiphany' SuJoku puzzle
 
Who was born on January 4, 1809 and invented a worldwide system used by
blind and visually impaired people for reading and writing?
see also corresponding 'System For Blind People' SuJoku puzzle
 
What superstition began when Babe Ruth was sold by
the Boston Red Sox to the NY Yankees on January 3, 1920?
see also corresponding 'Boston Superstition' SuJoku puzzle
 
What event occurs on the 12th day after Christmas,
celebrating the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus?
see also corresponding 'Twelve Days After Christmas Celebration' SuJoku puzzle
 
What calendar determines the date of the Chinese New Year?
see also corresponding 'Chinese New Year' SuJoku puzzle
Chinese Zodiac Page
 
What’s the term for the amount of land which can be ploughed in a day by an oxen team?
see also corresponding 'Oxen Plough Team' SuJoku puzzle
 
What do the initials in C.S. Lewis stand for?
see also corresponding 'CS Lewis Initials' SuJoku puzzle
 
What national day is on December 27th to make sure you give it away before the holiday season ends?
see also corresponding 'National Day Of Holiday Season' SuJoku puzzle
 
What Christmas plant is Viscum associated with?
see also corresponding 'Viscum Christmas Plant' SuJoku puzzle
 
What plant is associated with the Christmas legend of Madelon?
see also corresponding 'Madelon Christmas Plant' SuJoku puzzle
 
Before turkey was introduced to Britain from the U.S., what did the wealthy eat for their traditional Christmas dinner?
 
How many gifts would you receive if you received all of the gifts
in the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”?
 
What is the world’s biggest lottery, held in Spain every December 22nd?
see also corresponding 'Spanish Christmas Lottery' SuJoku puzzle
 
What Christmas food is made from “marsh-whorts”?
 
What country was previously known for 200 years as Rupert’s Land?
see also corresponding 'Rupert's Land' SuJoku puzzle
 
What part of a sundial casts the shadow?
see also corresponding 'Sundial Shadow' SuJoku puzzle
 
What happened to Ancient Greek athletes when they had a false start?
see also corresponding 'Greek False Starts' SuJoku puzzle
 
What can’t you lick on yourself (besides your forehead, neck or back)?
see also corresponding 'Impossible Lick' SuJoku puzzle
 
What did celibate priests In Ancient Egypt abstain from that was thought to be too exciting?
see also corresponding 'Non Excited Priests' SuJoku puzzle
 
What term describes a black and white horse?
see also corresponding 'Black And White Horse' SuJoku puzzle
 
What were spider webs used as a cure for in the Middle Ages?
see also corresponding 'Spider Web Treatment' SuJoku puzzle
 
In Italy, what are cuttlefish cooked in?
see also corresponding 'Cooking Cuttlefish' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the official state sport of Alaska?
see also corresponding 'Alaska State Sport' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the hardest bone in the human body?
see also corresponding 'Hardest Human Bone' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which country has the world’s longest coastline?
 
What is the better-known name of the rapper also known as Slim Shady?
see also corresponding 'Slim Shady Name' SuJoku puzzle
 
What surprise attack on December 7, 1941 resulted in the U.S. declaring war on Japan?
see also corresponding 'Surprise Attack' SuJoku puzzle
 
What man-made accidental explosion occurred on December 6, 1917 in a Nova Scotia harbour?
see also corresponding 'Largest Man-made Accidental Explosion' SuJoku puzzle
 
What holiday figure is celebrated annually in the Netherlands on Saint Nicholas’ eve (December 5th)?
see also corresponding 'Saint Nicholas Eve Figure' SuJoku puzzle
 
Who performed the world’s 1st human heart transplant on December 3, 1967?
see also corresponding 'World's 1st Human Heart Transplant' SuJoku puzzle
 
What do you call the bumper guards on the underside of a toilet seat?
see also corresponding 'Toilet Seat Bumper Guards' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the name of Oscar the Grouch’s pet worm in Sesame Street?
see also corresponding 'Oscar the Grouch Pet Worm' SuJoku puzzle
 
Anemology is the study of what?
see also corresponding 'Anemology' SuJoku puzzle
 
What Australian marsupial can be Common, Northern Hairy-Nosed or Southern Hairy-Nosed?
see also corresponding 'Australian Marsupial' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is a skunk’s biggest predator?
see also corresponding 'Skunk Predator' SuJoku puzzle
 
Where does a guy get stabbed in the back, and instead of dying, he sings?
see also corresponding 'Back Stabbed Singer' SuJoku puzzle
 
What are castrated young chickens, prized for their tender white flesh, called?
see also corresponding 'Castrated Young Chickens' SuJoku puzzle
 
At Old English weddings, what did the guests throw at the groom?
see also corresponding 'Thrown At Groom' SuJoku puzzle
 
What’s special about the glue on Israeli stamps?
see also corresponding 'Israeli Stamps' SuJoku puzzle
 
What does a Pulicologist study?
see also corresponding 'Pulicologist Studies' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the name of the geologic era we are living in now?
see also corresponding 'Geologic Era' SuJoku puzzle
 
The Canary Islands were not named for canaries, but for what animal?
see also corresponding 'Canary Islands Animal' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the main flavour in the French drink Pastis?
see also corresponding 'Pastis Flavour' SuJoku puzzle
 
What was the original French name for what is now Djibouti?
 
What is the most common last name in the United States?
see also corresponding 'Most Common US Last Name' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which famous canal was inaugurated on November 17, 1869?
see also corresponding 'Famous Canal' SuJoku puzzle
 
What Polish city is the birthplace of the Solidarity movement?
see also corresponding 'Polish Solidarity' SuJoku puzzle
 
Born on 24 March 1874 as Ehrich Weiss, what did he change his name to at age 17?
 
Who invented the mathematical equal sign?
 
What singer received the most curtain calls after an opera performance?
 
What inspired John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Field”?
see also corresponding 'In Flanders Field' SuJoku puzzle
 
Who was born on 10 November 1483, and started the Protestant Reformation in 1517?
see also corresponding 'Protestant Reformation' SuJoku puzzle
 
What sport requires players to slide stones at houses?
see also corresponding 'Stones At Houses' SuJoku puzzle
 
What was the name of the man cub in “The Jungle Book”?
see also corresponding 'Jungle Book Man Cub' SuJoku puzzle
 
Who was the first female recipient of the Nobel Prize?
see also corresponding 'First Female Nobel Prize Winner' SuJoku puzzle
 
Where is the wettest inhabited place on earth?
 
What British celebration marks the failed “Gunpowder Plot” of 5 November 1605?
see also corresponding 'Gunpowder Plot Celebration' SuJoku puzzle
 
What archaeological site is known as the “Lost City of the Incas”?
see also corresponding 'Inca Lost City' SuJoku puzzle
 
What country did Panama secede from on November 3, 1903?
see also corresponding 'Panama Secedes' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the world’s most addictive drug?
see also corresponding 'Most Addictive Drug' SuJoku puzzle
 
How many noses does a slug have?
 
Who was the youngest man to receive the Nobel Peace prize?
 
What is the longest-standing language in Scotland?
see also corresponding 'Scottish Language' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which monarch is said to have given Sherlock Holmes his emerald tiepin?
 
FBI agents are known as “G-men.” What does the “G” stand for?
 
In 1775, what name did Spaniard Manuel de Ayala give to Alcatraz Island?
see also corresponding 'Alcatraz Name' SuJoku puzzle
 
What is the best-selling candy bar of all time?
see also corresponding 'Best Selling Candy Bar' SuJoku puzzle
 
How many carats is pure gold?
 
What financial disaster started on October 24, 1929?
see also corresponding 'Financial Disaster' SuJoku puzzle
 
What did Sir Thomas More call his fictional island in the
Atlantic Ocean that had perfect social and political systems?
see also corresponding 'Fictional Island' SuJoku puzzle
 
What do you call a small, 8-sided, stuffed ornamental pincushion?
see also corresponding 'Ornamental Pincushion' SuJoku puzzle
 
Which Major League Baseball team’s name is composed solely of foreign words?
 
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27-Jul-2017

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