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Queen Latifah, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken and John Travolta starred in this 2007 musical film.
see also corresponding 'Musical Film Stars' Sudoku puzzle
 
How many sheep are used to produce one average adult-sized angora sweater?
 
In the Bible she is the wife of Isaac.
see also corresponding 'Biblical Isaac Wife' Sudoku puzzle
 
William Seward objected to its timing, saying, "It may be viewed as the last measure of an exhausted government."
 
This is the smallest member of the flute family.
see also corresponding 'Smallest Flute' Sudoku puzzle
 
He was known as 'The King of Hollywood'.
 
________ plays shortstop for Charlie Brown's baseball team.
see also corresponding 'Charlie Brown Shortstop' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the food traditionally served at the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.
 
This Rotary organization, created in 1968, was designed to promote responsible citizenship and leadership potential in clubs of young men and women ages 18-30.
see also corresponding 'Rotary Leadership Organization' Sudoku puzzle
 
On the album cover, this Beatle crossed Abbey Road last.
 
The word 'Catholic' comes from the Latin and from the Greek and in both cases means this.
see also corresponding 'Catholic Meaning' Sudoku puzzle
 
On the album cover, this Beatle crossed Abbey Road first.
 
This is the name of the elephant-headed god in India.
see also corresponding 'Indian Elephant Headed God' Sudoku puzzle
 
This four year old was crowned French King on May 14, 1643.
 
In Greek mythology, this is the Gorgon creature who turns others into stone.
see also corresponding 'Greek Stone Gorgon' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the common name for Aurora Borealis.
 
In Norse mythology, Odin traded an eye for this.
see also corresponding 'Odin Norse Trade' Sudoku puzzle
 
This board game features the Gum Drop Pass and the Lollipop Woods.
 
He sought the Republican presidential nomination in 2000.
see also corresponding 'Republican Presidential Nominee' Sudoku puzzle
 
These birds hover, and they're the only ones capable of flying backwards.
 
This instant coffee has claimed to have 43 beans in every cup.
see also corresponding '43 Beans In Every Cup' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 1963, for the 1st network use of this technology, Lindsey Nelson cautioned that Army did not score again.
 
This is the Roman equivalent of the Greek God Poseidon.
see also corresponding 'Poseidon God Equivalent' Sudoku puzzle
 
In the 1980s he was known as the Junk Bond King.
 
With the 2009 war movie The Hurt Locker, she became the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director.
see also corresponding 'Hurt Locker Director' Sudoku puzzle
 
Pumping air between the fowl's flesh and skin is the first step to making this elaborate Chinese dish.
 
British biologist Sir Richard Owen coined this word for prehistoric creatures in 1842.
see also corresponding 'Prehistoric Richard Owen' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 1868 Christopher Sholes and 2 others patented the typewriter; in 1873 this gunmaker got the contract to market it.
 
To the ancient Greeks, a rough sea meant this god was angry.
see also corresponding 'Rough Sea Greek God' Sudoku puzzle
 
With Deke Slayton grounded with a heart condition, this man got to be the second U.S. man in space.
 
Aquamarine is the birthstone for this month.
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This black American wrote about his early days as a trumpeter in Satchmo: My Life in New Orleans.
 
This is the name of the rectangular area under a basketball net between the foul line and base line.
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This planned city named for Pakistan's main religion became the nation's capital in 1967.
 
This is the zodiac symbol of two fish.
see also corresponding 'Fish Zodiac Symbol' Sudoku puzzle
 
He was the only U.S. President who never married, in or out of office.
 
This is the collective noun for a group of gulls.
see also corresponding 'Gull Group Name' Sudoku puzzle
 
In Democracy In America, this French thinker traced America's greatness to the superiority of its women.
 
This Seinfeld TV character said, I'll tell you a little secret about ZIP codes - they're meaningless.
see also corresponding 'Seinfeld Zip Codes' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 2000 this writer, with more than 100 million copies of novels in print, had a new species of dinosaur named for him.
 
This fuzzy fruit's name is from Latin for Persian.
see also corresponding 'Latin Fuzzy Fruit' Sudoku puzzle
 
This national airline's symbol is a female shamrock.
 
This word for a feeling of great fear or terror comes from the old High German for to fear.
see also corresponding 'High German Fear' Sudoku puzzle
 
Juan Peron died in this world capital city in 1974.
 
In Greek mythology, Hippocrene (Horse's Fountain) sprung up from where this creature's hoof struck Mount Helicon.
see also corresponding 'Mount Helicon Hippocrene' Sudoku puzzle
 
These colourful mountains in New Hampshire are named for their snow-capped peaks.
 
These breeches, cut full above the knee, are used for horseback riding.
see also corresponding 'Horseback Riding Breeches' Sudoku puzzle
 
Joss Whedon directed a movie version of this Shakespeare comedy with quarreling lovers Beatrice and Benedick.
 
Angus beef is known for this quality of having white flecks of juicy fat.
see also corresponding 'Angus Beef Quality' Sudoku puzzle
 
Abbreviated ACV, it's also known as a hovercraft.
 
In this game, each player gets a card with 5 horizontal rows of numbers from 1 to 75.
see also corresponding 'Card Game Rows' Sudoku puzzle
 
When an ancient Egyptian pharaoh died, his heart was carved out and replaced with a stone rendering of this tiny creature.
 
He betrayed Jesus with a kiss.
see also corresponding 'Jesus Kiss Betrayal' Sudoku puzzle
 
He developed the live-attenuated vaccine for polio, which is given orally and requires no booster shot.
 
A planet's _______ is the ratio of the amount of light reflected by it to that falling on it.
see also corresponding 'Planet Light' Sudoku puzzle
 
This 18th century poet wrote The hills of the highlands forever I love.
 
In Shakespeare plays, when this stage direction is followed by Omnes, all the actors leave the stage.
see also corresponding 'Shakespeare Omnes Exit' Sudoku puzzle
 
If your ears block when you change altitudes, swallowing may open this tube to equalize pressure.
 
The Middle French word for this freshwater crustacean was crevice, which evolved into this English word.
see also corresponding 'French Crevice Crustacean' Sudoku puzzle
 
According to Kodak, only 45% of these are taken by a professional.
 
In the King James Bible, Yahweh, the personal name of God, is rendered as this.
see also corresponding 'King James Yahweh' Sudoku puzzle
 
This brother of American explorer William Clark used his own money to feed and pay his soldiers.
 
The name of these highest clouds comes from the Latin for tuft or curl.
see also corresponding 'Latin Curl Clouds' Sudoku puzzle
 
This sport was defined by Ernest Hemingway as Death in the Afternoon.
 
All official Andorran documents are printed in this Romance language of northeastern Spain.
see also corresponding 'Andorran Document Language' Sudoku puzzle
 
Part I of George Bernard Shaw's play Back to Methuselah opens in this Biblical garden.
 
The Ottoman Empire was finally abolished due to the efforts of this president of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.
see also corresponding 'National Assembly President' Sudoku puzzle
 
Named for a small Indonesian island, this huge lizard also lives on neighboring Flores Island.
 
Exobiology is the study of living things here.
see also corresponding 'Exobiology Study' Sudoku puzzle
 
By corporate policy, it accounts for two of the 13 layers in a Big Mac.
 
In the 1971-72 NBA season, this team won a record 33 games in a row.
see also corresponding 'NBA Record Season' Sudoku puzzle
 
These two belts above the earth consist of electrically charged particles.
 
California's Ahwahnee Hotel is in the heart of this national park.
see also corresponding 'Ahwahnee Hotel Park' Sudoku puzzle
 
In 1989 Alfredo Cristiani won election as this country's president, succeeding Jose Napoleon Duarte.
 
In Classical literature, The Elder wrote natural history and the Younger, his nephew and adopted son, was known for his books of letters.
see also corresponding 'Elder Classical Literature' Sudoku puzzle
 
This geometric knot is one of the oldest in use.
 
This Pennsylvania town, known for its wagons, was named for this Indian tribe also called the Susquehanna.
see also corresponding 'Susquehanna PA Town' Sudoku puzzle
 
In a Thomas Hardy British novel, this character is introduced near the Pure Drop Inn.
 
This Old Testament book details the careers of Gideon, Othniel and Samson.
see also corresponding 'Old Testament Careers' Sudoku puzzle
 
Lemurs are found naturally only on or near this island off the coast of Africa.
 
This term refers to one who loads and unloads gear for a rock band.
see also corresponding 'Rock Band Gear Unloader' Sudoku puzzle
 
Legend has it that George Gershwin had to write this famous piece in 3 weeks because he forgot about a deadline.
 
Types of this small tropical fish include bleeding-heart, diamond and neon.
see also corresponding 'Neon Tropical Fish' Sudoku puzzle
 
At 465 square miles, this is California's largest city in area.
 
Procter & Gamble first called it The White Soap.
see also corresponding 'White Soap' Sudoku puzzle
 
In physics, the idea that in a closed system matter is neither created nor destroyed is referred to by this phrase.
 
From the Swahili word for doctor, this 1966-1969 TV show featured a cross-eyed lion.
see also corresponding 'Cross Eyed Lion Show' Sudoku puzzle
 
This horse is also known as the Plantation Walking Horse.
 
These Indians of the northern plains had main divisions, including Lakota, Santee, and Yankton.
see also corresponding 'Lakota Santee Yankton' Sudoku puzzle
 
Born around 1274, this King of Scotland battled the English armies of Edward II.
 
Dinosaurs died out in this geological era that means middle life.
see also corresponding 'Dinosaur Era' Sudoku puzzle
 
This 14,691-foot Swiss peak is also known as Monte Cervino.
 
This Roman Emperor's wall was completed around 126 A.D.
see also corresponding 'Roman Emperor Wall' Sudoku puzzle
 
The rounded head of one bone fits into the cuplike cavity of another bone in this type of joint.
 
Most fluorescent lights are filled with a combination of argon and this chemical element.
see also corresponding 'Argon Fluorescent Lights' Sudoku puzzle
 
This term refers to plants that have flowers, and comes from two Greek words for receptacle and seed.
 
Skanderbeg Square in Tirane is named for this country's national hero.
see also corresponding 'Skanderbeg Square Country' Sudoku puzzle
 
This is the Hindu prince next up in rank from a rajah.
 
Stokes' Law governs how fast a particle drops through a liquid as a consequence of this force.
see also corresponding 'Stokes Law' Sudoku puzzle
 
Zero on the Danjon Scale of these events means Earth's satellite is nearly invisible.
 
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