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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
He was the youngest member of The Beatles.
It has no reflection, no shadow, and can't stand the smell of garlic.
see also corresponding 'No Garlic No Reflection No Shadow' Sudoku puzzle
He was shot in the back during a poker game in Deadwood, Dakota Territory.
The sport of caber-tossing originated here.
see also corresponding 'Caber Tossing Origin' Sudoku puzzle
The capital of Ohio was named for this man.
This sea separates Italy from Yugoslavia.
see also corresponding 'Italy Yugoslavia Separation' Sudoku puzzle
This is where Queen Elizabeth II lives when she's in London.
This is an inability to comprehend and formulate language because of damage to specific brain regions, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write.
see also corresponding 'Speech Comprehension Inability' Sudoku puzzle
This is how Maxwell Smart apologized to Thaddeus, the Chief.
Simple Simon was fishing for this in his mother's pail.
see also corresponding 'Simple Simon Pail Search' Sudoku puzzle
The Henry Ford Museum is located in this U.S. city.
This term refers to the average interbank interest rate at which a selection of banks on the London money market are prepared to lend to one another.
see also corresponding 'Interbank Interest Rate' Sudoku puzzle
This U.S. state capital was once called La Petite Roche.
This is Swahili for spark, and Lugandan for ignite as spoken in Uganda.
see also corresponding 'Swahili Spark' Sudoku puzzle
He wrote 1935's Green Hills of Africa.
This is the capital of Chile.
see also corresponding 'Chile Capital' Sudoku puzzle
He was elected mayor of New York City in 1933.
This Hebrew word is referred to in Leviticus 23:2 as a sacred assembly, and in Isaiah 1:13 as a convocation.
see also corresponding 'Hebrew Convocation Assembly' Sudoku puzzle
This 1942 film won best picture for its depiction of an English family during the Blitz.
This Good Little Witch is Casper's girlfriend.
see also corresponding 'Casper Girlfriend' Sudoku puzzle
This line divided the North and South in the U.S. Civil War.
This is the last book in the Old Testament.
see also corresponding 'Last Old Testament Book' Sudoku puzzle
This is the best-known brand of straight, or single, malt scotch.
This is the nationality of Agatha Christie's detective Hercule Poirot.
see also corresponding 'Hercule Poirot Nationality' Sudoku puzzle
He wrote the music for West Side Story.
This stone is used in the manufacture of billiard tables.
see also corresponding 'Billiard Table Stone' Sudoku puzzle
During World War II he commanded the German forces in North Africa.
He kayoed Joe Louis on June 19, 1936, and was kayoed by Louis on June 22, 1938.
see also corresponding 'Kayoed Joe Louis' Sudoku puzzle
Alive follows it down the hole.
This Scandinavian city is called The White City of the North.
see also corresponding 'White Scandinavian City' Sudoku puzzle
This U.S. presidential mother wrote an autobiography titled Times to Remember.
This is the only Australian city to have hosted the Olympic Games.
see also corresponding 'Australia Olympic Games City' Sudoku puzzle
This player uses a cesta to hurl a pelota.
During World War II, Oscars were made of this.
see also corresponding 'Oscar Material' Sudoku puzzle
He is credited with writing the first detective story, The Murders in the Rue Morgue.
This country was the target of the U.S.'s 1969 Secret War.
see also corresponding 'US Secret War' Sudoku puzzle
These three Monopoly properties are green.
This sport features a railroad split.
see also corresponding 'Railroad Split Sport' Sudoku puzzle
This is 50 feet high, 26 feet wide, and 1,500 miles long.
This is the capital of Iraq.
see also corresponding 'Iraq Capital' Sudoku puzzle
This is the name of Warner Brother's romantic skunk.
This refers to arable land left unseeded for one season.
see also corresponding 'Unseeded Arable Land' Sudoku puzzle
He won the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Tales of the South Pacific.
This was Pinocchio's father's name.
see also corresponding 'Pinocchio Father' Sudoku puzzle
This American writer created Billy Budd, his final novel - first published in London in 1924.
This medical term describes the symptoms of leg pain that originate in the lower back and travel through the buttock and down the nerve in the back of each leg.
see also corresponding 'Leg Pain Term' Sudoku puzzle
These two cities usually mark the extremes of English Channel swims.
In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet play, this is Juliet's last name.
see also corresponding 'Juliet Last Name' Sudoku puzzle
This was erected overnight in August 1961.
This New Years Day holiday is the most important holiday in Japan.
see also corresponding 'Most Important Japanese Holiday' Sudoku puzzle
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