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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
This Agatha Christie play features Molly Ralston, Major Metcalf and Detective-Sergeant Trotter.
The outer layer of pearls and the inside layer of pearl oyster and freshwater pearl mussel shells are made of this.
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By custom, this is the one British person not allowed into Britain's House of Commons.
Japanese Samurai lived by this code.
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This is the Scottish word for a Church.
Old French for calf gives us the name of this textured paper used for manuscripts.
see also corresponding 'Textured Calf Manuscript' Sudoku puzzle
Gulliver found a race of tiny people here.
This African capital is named for a U.S. president.
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These two cities are at the ends of the Trans-Siberian Railway.
This term for an infant bodysuit is a trademark of Gerber.
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You take Dramamine for this.
This animal lives in a lodge.
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In 1980 Esquire magazine called this the Ash Hole of the Year.
This butterfly has the same name as a punctuation mark.
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This is the largest city between Canada and Ireland.
This Mariner 2 spacecraft became the first successful mission to another planet when it flew by this planet on December 14, 1962.
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On a bottle of brandy, V.S.O.P. stands for this.
This plant is revered by The Lovers of the Stinky Rose.
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This company supplied the imperial Russian court with vodka from 1886 to 1917.
This is shredded to make sauerkraut.
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This country contains the medieval seaport of Dubrovnik.
This is the name of Broomhilda's buzzard buddy.
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The cities of Calcutta and Patna are on this river.
The Gemini constellation contains the twins Pollux and ________.
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He's the only U.S. President buried in Washington, D.C.
This nuclear process takes place in an H-bomb.
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He played the sheriff of Amity Island on Jaws.
You get this by adding Lactobacillus bulgaricus to milk.
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This Age followed the Bronze Age.
This river flows through Rome.
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He directed The Wild Bunch.
This was the name of the dog in RCA Victor's trademark.
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What's a natatorium?
These appear when the sun activates your melanocytes.
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This river rises in New Mexico and flows into the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona.
This is another term for a black leopard.
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He is known as the father of grog, a rum drink for sailors.
This is the largest country in Africa.
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This is a Chinook First Nation's word meaning strong water or turbulent water.
Wenceslaus Square is in this city.
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There are this many spaces on a Scrabble board.
This country contains Africa's northernmost point.
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This Geoffrey Chaucer poem describes a band of pilgrims setting out from an English inn.
This sport can catch you in a half nelson.
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This was American folk hero John Chapman's nickname.
This 1973 Peter Schaffer play tells the story of a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a boy who blinds six horses.
see also corresponding 'Peter Schaffer Play' Sudoku puzzle
This is the best way to pick up a rabbit.
Kangaroo Island is Australia's 3rd-largest island, and lies in the state of South Australia, 112 km southwest of this city.
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Broderick Crawford won the best actor Oscar in 1949 for this film.
About 3 percent of this country lies at the eastern edge of Southern Europe in Thrace.
see also corresponding 'Thrace Country Edge' Sudoku puzzle
Nictitating women do this to men.
Thomas Huxley coined this term in 1869, and he referred to it in 1860 by stating, I neither affirm nor deny the immortality of man.
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These two states contain the farthest-separated points in the United States.
A piscatologist excels at this.
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He wrote the essay Civil Disobedience in 1849.
Gregor Mendel established this science in 1866.
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These three leaders met at the Yalta Conference in 1945.
Fred MacMurray invented this substance in the 1961 movie The Absent-Minded Professor.
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This British author created Gunga Din.
This sport uses a ball called a slitter.
see also corresponding 'Slitter Ball' Sudoku puzzle
This country has the highest population density in Asia.
This Canadian Doctor joined the Communist Party in 1935, and went to China in 1938 to serve as a Doctor for Mao Zedong's guerrilla army. He nicked his finger during an operation and subsequently died in 1939 (aged 49) of blood poisoning.
see also corresponding 'Mao Zedong Canadian Doctor' Sudoku puzzle
This comedienne's baby appeared on the first cover of TV Guide.
In 1851 the SS ______ won the coveted Blue Riband for the fastest transatlantic passage (Liverpool to New York in 9 days, 19 hours). It was designed to outclass its chief rivals from the British-owned Cunard Line.
see also corresponding 'Blue Riband Award' Sudoku puzzle
Its headquarters are on New York's East River between 42nd and 48th streets.
This word is derived from the Arabic word for an infidel.
see also corresponding 'Arabic Infidel' Sudoku puzzle
He was Olive Oyl's brother.
This pianist countered his critics by noting: I cried all the way to the bank.
see also corresponding 'Cried To The Bank' Sudoku puzzle
This was the one-word headline of The London Star on December 10, 1936.
Originally this word meant coffee that came from Yemen. Later it came to mean coffee flavoured with chocolate.
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Ellen and Ebenezer Butterick invented and first sold this in 1863.
This was Edmund S. Muskie's middle name.
see also corresponding 'Edmund Muskie Middle Name' Sudoku puzzle
This card game has 2,598,960 possible hands.
This sport has you hike out while close-hauled.
see also corresponding 'Close Hauled Sport' Sudoku puzzle
This battle of the War of 1812 was fought after the Treaty of Ghent was signed.
This country brews Peroni beer.
see also corresponding 'Peroni Beer Country' Sudoku puzzle
This was the only film starring W.C. Fields and Mae West.
This is the most common Russian surname.
see also corresponding 'Common Russian Surname' Sudoku puzzle
These two suits are the one-eyed jacks in a deck of playing cards.
This strong protein is a major component in nails, skin, hair, hooves, horns, and teeth.
see also corresponding 'Major Nail Component' Sudoku puzzle
Lynette Alice Squeaky Fromme tried to assassinate this U.S. President in 1975.
From Latin for draw back, this is a medical tool used to pull away edges of an incision for surgical access.
see also corresponding 'Medical Draw Back Tool' Sudoku puzzle
It takes sunlight this long to reach earth.
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