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2 Blood Type & The Cullens are chapters in this book the first in a series
3 A Havana cocktail is pineapple juice lemon juice & of course an ounce of light this potent potable
4 The indigenous people of this vast island call themselves Kalaallite
5 Inspired at a bus stop this 1967 song refers to sights & characters on a street in Liverpool
6 The white-tailed type of this rodent makes the Great Divide basin its home; who's a good boy?
7 Jane Austen described the title character of this novel as handsome clever and rich... with very little to distress or vex her
8 You'll get a bit fuzzy if you have too many of this drink that combines peach schnapps & orange juice
9 In 1869 the golden spike was driven in to ceremonially finish the construction of this
10 Burrillville Rhode Island is home to a penny one of these open since 1930 & some of the games do cost 1 cent
11 It's proverbially done to a cold: 6-5-5-4
12 The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail runs from Montana to the Chihuahuan Desert in the bootheel of this state
13 In this book the title girl is sent to live in an Alpine hut with her grandfather
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15 On Oct. 2 1976 the game was over for Dave Wagstaffe of the Blackburn Rovers the first English player ousted with this
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17 Michael Jackson sang of being it: 2-1-4
18 Here's a sign letting you know what's up in this national park that's mostly in Wyoming
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21 Once called the slimehead this fish that people dine on doesn't reproduce until its 20s making it vulnerable to overfishing
22 Pennyworth is the last name of this comic book hero's butler & loyal confidante
23 Attitudinal quality for Old Saint Nick: 10-15-12-12-25
24 In Canada the Great Divide runs along the border of British Columbia & this other province
25 Katniss & Peeta end up together in this avian-titled book
26 The website of this gin brand shows How we do it in London. The definitive B & T
27 Completed around 1770 this work is Thomas Gainsborough's best-known portrait
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29 Awarded for bravery: 13-5-4-1-12
30 In the 11th century Shirakawa abdicated his title as emperor of this country but somehow held onto his power
31 In 1822 Schubert composed one of these free-form compositions that shares a name with a 1940 Disney film
32 In plant cells the permeable plasma membrane is surrounded by a sturdier cell this which helps prevent wilting
33 Chief art director at MGM Cedric Gibbons not only designed this award but also won 11 of them
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36 Wilhelmina & Juliana abdicated rule of this country in the 20th century
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38 Among the simplest organisms is the alga called tetrabaena which has this many cells
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58 Parabellum
59 If you're acting in a manner meant to win approval for your good character you're engaging in this 2-word action

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