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|1||This brother of fellow astronaut Scott became a senator from Arizona in John McCain's old spot|
|2||A play by French dramatist Pierre Beaumarchais served as the basis for this Rossini opera set in a Spanish city|
|3||In what was meant to be a limited operation in 1969 U.K. troops were sent to parts of this region as a result of Troubles|
|4||Brakemen would leap from car to car but this man's air brakes could stop the whole train; an 1879 improvement is one of his 300 patents|
|5||Music man Mark Ronson has sisters who are twins fashion designer Charlotte & her|
|6||In this 1791 opera Tamino is given the title musical instrument to protect him on his journey|
|7||This Incident resulted in the exchange of Rudolf Abel for Francis Gary Powers|
|8||Melville Bissell's allergies led to his carpet sweeper; now Bissell makes a model with a HEPA filter the P for this type of matter|
|9||A familiar TV actor he's also made indie films like The Puffy Chair with brother Mark|
|10||It's been called the lowest & richest sound among female voices; Erda in Siegfried is a notable role for one|
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