On this sitcom ordinary woman Kristen Bell believed she was sent to the wrong region in the afterlife

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2 As a verb it's what you're supposed to do to excel in school; as a noun it's a room for reading
3 This dairy product is often paired with peaches to describe someone with a fair complexion
4 Martin Truex Jr. of this racing circuit sped away with Best Driver
5 Title for the student with the highest academic ranking who delivers a speech at graduation
6 Fuji
7 In the Chubby Bunny challenge you say the title phrase with as many of these fluffy sweets in your mouth as possible
8 Dad loves his heavy new black skillet made of this type of iron; he seasons it with oil to keep it like new
9 The mushroom kingdom is the home of this bae of Mario
10 Best Player in this league was a layup for Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx
11 It's a household appliance or a space devoid of matter
12 Denali
13 Everyone was standing still to Black Beatles by Rae Sremmurd in the challenge named for these dummies
14 Polycarbonate windows function as this any material that keeps heat in during winter out during summer
15 The Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl is a college football game played in this state capital
16 Born Alexandra this gymnast was one of the sister survivors who won the Arthur Ashe Courage Award
17 Hazy or unspecific
18 Parnassus & Helicon
19 The setup seen here is used to contact this ghostly boy in a spooky challenge
20 One of the 7 Deadly Sins or a mirrored dressing table that's great for applying make-up
21 The name of this smooth-skinned peach begins with the favored drink of the Greek gods
22 Alexander Ovechkin was 2018's Best Male Athlete for finally winning the Stanley Cup with this team
23 This 8-letter word is a synonym for neighborhood
24 Zion & Sodom
25 In the challenge named for this film & Roald Dahl book you try to make it look like kids have telekinetic powers
26 This word means designed for work yet Uncle Joe has that type of recliner in which he does none
27 Also the name of a job it's the popular peachy dessert seen here
28 Once the backup this Eagles QB won Best Championship Performance for his work in Super Bowl 52
29 It's a member of the camel family seen here
30 Phnom Aoral
31 On June 30 1859 a French acrobat became the first daredevil to cross these falls on a tightrope
32 It marks an ending; Catherine Duchess of Cambridge even puts one at the end of her signature
33 Alfred Nobel added an inert substance to very unstable nitroglycerin to make this more easily handled explosive
34 The Arabian Nights tales include one about Prince Husain who flies around on a magical one of these
35 It looks like these plants are ready for picking
36 An apatosaurus named Arlo befriends a human boy in this 2015 animated film
37 King John sealed this in the meadow...called Runnymede...on the 15th day of June in the 17th year of our reign
38 The air version of these usually signals that a speaker is being sarcastic
39 A paper cylinder holding a weak explosive or a red white & blue popsicle brand
40 Sing aloud unto God our strength says this biblical book of poems meant to be sung
41 It's quicker to grow tulips from these usually rounded organs rather than from seeds
42 Sam Smith bemoans his expertise at breakups in this hit song from 2017
43 The first day of the Allied invasion of Normandy June 6 1944 is known as this letter-perfect name
44 It was Ladislav Sutnar who put telephone area codes inside these
45 It's the term used for the process of destroying a building by using explosives to make it collapse inward on itself
46 Dating from 3500 years ago this civilization's Book of the Dead is a manual for the afterlife
47 Koalas spend a lot of time eating and sleeping in this type of tree
48 He sent a war message to Congress June 11812; on June 18 Congress declared war on Great Britain
49 Commas separate phrases in a series; when the phrases contain commas separate using these
50 The largest explosion in earth's recorded history was from one of these on Indonesia in 1815
51 In Analects this ancient Chinese philosopher said When you have faults do not fear to abandon them
52 Some people drink the juice of this succulent for its health benefits & a gel is used to relieve sunburns
53 Seen here she was the voice of Judy Hopps in Zootopia
54 The first section of this city's famed Boardwalk along the New Jersey shore opened on June 26 1870
55 An em one is longer than an en one
56 These sudden outbursts of energy on the sun's surface are the largest explosions in the solar system
57 Ancient Greek playwright Sophocles wrote 2 players named for this complex & troubled King of Thebes
58 Native to India and other parts of Asia a single one of these unusual trees can resemble a small forest
59 Lucid Dreams is a top 10 hit from this 2018 Juice Wrld album


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