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The eggs in Eggs Benedict are cooked this way.
see also corresponding 'Cooking Eggs Benedict' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Victorian novelist followed up Treasure Island with a volume of children's poetry, A Child's Garden of Verses.
 
British sailors were named Limey for the fruit they ate to ward off this disease.
see also corresponding 'Limey British Sailors' Sudoku puzzle
 
This Tulsa, Oklahoma school's athletic teams are called the Golden Eagles.
 
Windhoek is the capital and largest city of this newly independent former mandate of South Africa.
see also corresponding 'Windhoek Mandate' Sudoku puzzle
 
Hit by a ball in 1934, this St. Louis pitching great said The doctors x-rayed my head and found nothing.
 
In mythology he is a youth who attempted to escape from Crete with wings of wax and feathers but flew so high that his wings melted from the heat of the sun, and he plunged to his death in the sea.
see also corresponding 'Crete Youth Myth' Sudoku puzzle
 
This reaction occurs in the chloroplasts, the oval-shaped green organelles in plants.
 
From French for small pan this is a traditional Spanish dish made of seafood and saffron flavored rice.
see also corresponding 'Small Spanish Pan' Sudoku puzzle
 
This name of the infectious disease caused by the Epstein-Barr virus comes from words meaning one and kernel.
 
This is the geometric term for two or more figures that are identical in size and shape.
see also corresponding 'Identical Geometry Figures' Sudoku puzzle
 
Unique whitish rings around the eyes are why South America's only bear has this name.
 
This country's two main ethnic groups are Pashtun (also living in Afghanistan) and Punjabi (who are also found in India).
see also corresponding 'Pashtun Punjabi Ethnicity' Sudoku puzzle
 
Manuel Puig's novel about the kiss of this woman was banned in his native Argentina.
 
This New York Yankees manager considered retiring until they won their 5th-straight World Series in 1953, a mark which has not been equalled.
see also corresponding 'Yankees 1953 Manager' Sudoku puzzle
 
To help their owner pay off gambling debts, the 1920 Red Sox sold this baseball player to the New York Yankees.
 
Celebrating its Centennial in 2017, this International organization was founded by Arch Klumph.
see also corresponding 'Centenial Founder Klumph' Sudoku puzzle
 
Lori Loughlin said this movie star who played her mother looked more like my mom than my real one.
 
This Latin phrase, literally meaning per day, is used in English to mean by the day, per day, reckoned on a daily basis, or paid by the day.
see also corresponding 'Paid By The Day' Sudoku puzzle
 
Species of this ornamental flower include Pyrethrum and Feverfew, both of which are used in insecticides.
 
Different from a kibbutz, this is a cooperative community of individual farms in Israel.
see also corresponding 'Alternative Kibbutz' Sudoku puzzle
 
In August 2011 this 17th Century pirate captain's flagship was found in waters off Panama.
 
Also known as Burma, this country was under the rule of an oppressive military junta from 1962 to 2011.
see also corresponding 'Burma Military Junta' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the name of 1862 act which granted 160 acres to U.S. citizens who would occupy and improve the land.
 
Also a palindrome, this is Gary Burghoff's role in M*A*S*H.
see also corresponding 'Gary Burghoff MASH Role' Sudoku puzzle
 
The 1906 murder of Grace Brown in New York State inspired Theodore Dreiser to write this novel.
 
From 323 to 30 B.C., all 15 of Egypt's Macedonian kings shared this name.
see also corresponding 'Egypt Macedonian Kings' Sudoku puzzle
 
Ah but a man's reach should exceed his grasp, or what's a heaven for? is from this poet's poem Andrea Del Sarto (The Faultless Painter).
 
In the 1940s Dorothy Lamour helped popularize a Hollywood version of this Indonesian garment.
see also corresponding 'Lamour Indonesian Garment' Sudoku puzzle
 
This opera tenor's name means peaceful Sunday.
 
Russian for comrade, this word came into greater use after the Bolshevik Revolution.
see also corresponding 'Russian Comrade' Sudoku puzzle
 
In March 1841 the U.S. Senate experienced its first continuous one of these: it lasted 6 days.
 
This player bids first in the game of bridge.
see also corresponding 'First Bridge Bid' Sudoku puzzle
 
Legend says at 13, she saved Captain John Smith from warriors of Powhatan, her father.
 
This was the most frequently printed of all Shakespeare's plays during the 30 years after its first publication.
see also corresponding 'Most Frequent Shakespeare Play' Sudoku puzzle
 
At over 36,000 feet, this is the deepest spot in the North Pacific, or anywhere else on Earth.
 
In estimating the time to recover from this, figure one day for every hour of the time change.
see also corresponding 'Travel Recovery Time' Sudoku puzzle
 
This group was founded April 30, 1948 by 21 nations at a conference in Bogota, Colombia.
 
The states of Sabah and Sarawak on this island make up about 6% of Malaysia's land area.
see also corresponding 'Sabah Sarawak Island' Sudoku puzzle
 
The wavy blue bars on this Canadian province flag represent the Pacific Ocean.
 
Annette Bening wore a gown from this gangster film to the 1990 Oscars.
see also corresponding 'Annette Bening Oscar Gown' Sudoku puzzle
 
In the 1840's William Colenso explored the northern end of this country's North Island.
 
King Henry IV of France, the first monarch of this French Dynasty, issued The Edict of Nantes.
see also corresponding 'Nantes Edict King' Sudoku puzzle
 
This economist who (1912 - 2006) developed the idea that the business cycle stems from the money supply.
 
After going to the moon, Alan Bean and Pete Conrad's next trips were to this U.S. space station.
see also corresponding 'Conrad Bean Space Station' Sudoku puzzle
 
Its 1st broadcast, February 24, 1942, said, The news may be good. The news may be bad. We shall tell you the truth.
 
Italian for unknown, this is how you travel when you don't want to be recognized.
see also corresponding 'Unknown Italian' Sudoku puzzle
 
In an 1884 Mark Twain work, runaway slave Jim rafts down the Mississippi with this title character.
 
Ship passengers are greeted and dunked by King Neptune the first time they cross this.
see also corresponding 'King Neptune Greeting' Sudoku puzzle
 
H.G. Wells subtitled this 1895 classic An Invention.
 
Introduced in 1951, the 1952 Allstate was a car sold exclusively through this department store.
see also corresponding 'Allstate Car' Sudoku puzzle
 
Hoping to revive the style of early Italian artists, Dante Gabriel Rossetti helped found the Pre-_______ Brotherhood.
 
A geisha's skills include playing this three-stringed Japanese instrument, played with a plectrum (bachi).
see also corresponding 'Geisha Instrument Skill' Sudoku puzzle
 
After his fleet took New Orleans in April 1862, this captain was promoted to rear admiral. He coined the famous quote Damn the torpedoes.
 
The word paper comes from the name of this Egyptian reed.
see also corresponding 'Egyptian Paper Reed' Sudoku puzzle
 
A knife cut to his cheek gave this Chicago gangster the nickname Scarface.
 
This Early Netherlandish painter painted the Garden of Earthly Delights between 1490 and 1510.
 
The northwest corner of Death Valley National Park lies in this U.S. state.
see also corresponding 'Death Valley Park State' Sudoku puzzle
 
Once part of Yugoslavia, this country consists of a Muslim-Croat federation and a Serbian-led republic.
 
This is the first name of Mr. Handwerker, who opened a hot dog stand in Coney Island, New York in 1916.
see also corresponding 'Coney Island Hot Dog Stand' Sudoku puzzle
 
This star-shaped Maryland fort was the inspiration for Francis Scott Key to write a poem that became The Star Spangled Banner.
 
From the Latin for platform for magistrates, this is a court of justice
see also corresponding 'Magistrates Platform' Sudoku puzzle
 
This 11th Century woven artifact depicts the Norman invasion of England.
 
Reepicheep is a _______ in C.S. Lewis's The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader.
see also corresponding 'Reepicheep Dawn Treader' Sudoku puzzle
 
Shooting an albatross causes bad luck for a ship's crew in this Samuel Coleridge poem.
 
Wachet Auf, one of Bach's greatest cantatas, is based on a hymn of this Christian denomination.
see also corresponding 'Wachet Auf Bach Cantata' Sudoku puzzle
 
Contrary to its name, this diamond supposedly brought bad luck to owners.
 
Steve Berry's book The 14th Colony refers to this country that the U.S. twice intended to invade - in the War of 1812, and during World War II.
see also corresponding 'The 14th Colony Country' Sudoku puzzle
 
After his splashdown 250 miles from the pick-up ship May 24, 1962, this U.S. astronaut never flew in space again.
 
In the U.S. Civil War, this was the name of General Robert E. Lee's horse.
see also corresponding 'Robert E Lee Horse' Sudoku puzzle
 
This creator of Sherlock Holmes died on July 7, 1930.
 
Major _________ was also seated in the flag-draped state box at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. on April 14, 1865 when John Wilkes Booth shot U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.
see also corresponding 'Ford Theatre State Box' Sudoku puzzle
 
Festivities for 100th birthday of Hollywood began with Robert Wagner accepting a star for this actress.
 
Louis XIV wanted to make this German river France's eastern border.
see also corresponding 'Eastern France Border' Sudoku puzzle
 
This French chemist presented his germ theory of fermentation in an 1857 paper, On Lactic Fermentation.
 
The USS ______ sank in Havana Harbor on February 15, 1898 and set off the Spanish-American War.
see also corresponding 'Havana Harbor Sunk Ship' Sudoku puzzle
 
In his 1849 essay on civil disobedience, he said citizens should protest unjust government needs.
 
This blue glass cleaner was launched in 1936.
see also corresponding 'Blue Glass Cleaner' Sudoku puzzle
 
This was first celebrated as a legal U.S. holiday in January 1986.
 
The name of these Portuguese islands comes from a word for the goshawk, and that bird is on the islands' flag.
see also corresponding 'Goshawk Island Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the mountain range where Humphrey Bogart and Walter Huston went looking for gold in 1948.
 
Carl Jung coined this term to describe an introspective person.
see also corresponding 'Carl Jung Term' Sudoku puzzle
 
George Ross, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was this seamstress' uncle by marriage.
 
This unit of distance is equal to 220 yards.
see also corresponding 'Distance Unit' Sudoku puzzle
 
This school was founded in 1895 to teach cooking to wealthy young Frenchwomen.
 
This snack cake, invented in 1930 by James Alexander Dewar, was originally filled with banana creme, not vanilla.
see also corresponding 'Banana Creme Snake Cake' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the alliterative name for the classic French dish consisting of meat braised in red wine with onions and mushrooms.
 
The capital city of this Horn of Africa nation has the same name as the country.
see also corresponding 'Horn Of Africa Capital' Sudoku puzzle
 
A D.C. hotel said death threats caused him to sneak in wearing women's clothes before his 1861 inauguration.
 
Founded in Cuba in 1862, this is the world's bestselling brand of spirits.
see also corresponding 'Bestselling Spirit Brand' Sudoku puzzle
 
A novel set during the Depression earned this author a 1940 Pulitzer Prize, and contributed to him winning a Nobel Prize in 1962.
 
In food lore, the design of this treat symbolizes arms folded in prayer and the three holes stand for the Trinity.
see also corresponding 'Three Hole Trinity Food' Sudoku puzzle
 
Further complicating his health, Friedrich Nietzsche worked as a hospital attendant during this 1870-71 conflict.
 
Its old name, plumbago, came from its use in lead pencils.
see also corresponding 'Plumbago Pencils' Sudoku puzzle
 
The lovelorn Scotty in Boogie Nights was one of this actor's many memorable roles.
 
The bride-price is the opposite of this.
see also corresponding 'Bride Price Opposite' Sudoku puzzle
 
TV's Tonto (Mohawk Indian Harold Jay Smith) got this nickname playing lacrosse by running on the balls of his feet.
 
The term renaissance is from a French word meaning this.
see also corresponding 'French Renaissance Term' Sudoku puzzle
 
At Clermont, France on November 27, 1095 the first of these holy missions was proclaimed.
 
This city's claim to fame is its status as the easternmost city in the mainland United States.
see also corresponding 'Easternmost US City' Sudoku puzzle
 
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