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6 This candy melts in your mouth not in your hand
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8 Have a grand time with this Roman numeral for 1000
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14 Friends of the King of Rock 'n' Roll sometimes called him by this single letter
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31 Watergate security guard Frank Wills played himself at the beginning of this 1976 film
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34 In England the gravestone for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson mentions this pen name in parentheses
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36 Seinfeldian term for etc. (4-4-4)
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39 After Bobby Thomson's 1951 Shot Heard 'Round the World this team won the pennant! This team won the pennant!
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