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|1||In New York City's Garment District you'd find lots of people working in this business Yiddish for rag|
|2||Thawed out what was scared and cold|
|3||You can count all 36 arches of Spain's Les Ferreres one of these water-carrying structures|
|4||Home to great mineral wealth it's the largest country in Central Asia|
|5||The Gospels of Matthew Mark & Luke are called by this adjective because their stories line up neatly when summarized|
|6||An early champion of free speech & religious liberty Anne Hutchinson was put on trial in 1637 & banished from this colony|
|7||To kvell is to burst with pride; this similar word means to complain|
|8||Why men great 'til they gotta be great?|
|9||Comedian John Oliver's digs at Danbury Connecticut got the city to name a plant after him for treating this|
|10||Situated between Sicily & Libya it was a major strategic base for the Allies during World War II|
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