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5 With a knack for predicting plays he's been a success in the broadcast booth like he was behind center
6 Despite his mother's warning this title character does get into mischief eating from Mr. McGregor's garden
7 Making money by doing what some considered foolish? You're doing this all the way to the bank
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15 A tarocco is this type of hybrid orange whose flesh is actually a vivid red thanks to anthocyanins
16 You can get a kick out of buying into this soccer club with the symbol MANU but then you shouldn't complain about the ownership
17 A teaching hospital in this city has been the setting for Grey's Anatomy for 18 seasons
18 To libel or slander (but it doesn't mean to make less well known)
19 Located in Venezuela it has the longest uninterrupted drop of any waterfall
20 Native to Eastern North America it's the species of hummingbird seen here
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22 The latest variant of the Law & Order franchise is Organized Crime starring this man a veteran of SVU
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28 This daytime talk show host seen here once worked as a morning TV news anchor in Chicago
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31 When Pompey took this metropolis in 63 B.C. Judea fell under the heel of the Romans
32 These cinematic siblings met a dude named Jeff Dowd who inspired them to make The Big Lebowski
33 Not quite yet the symphony the sinfonia was an instrumental part of these stage works like Giasone a big one of the 1600s
34 Around 1851 Hermann von Helmholtz invented the ophthalmoscope used to examine these body parts
35 As the Nazis rose to power this scientist decided in Dec. 1932 to leave Germany; he never returned after moving to Princeton
36 This display of colossal presidents was dedicated in 1927
37 In 1632 Maryland was granted to this lord son of George Calvert as a Catholic haven
38 The 1925 painting House by the Railroad by Edward Hopper was an inspiration for the Bates home in this 1960 film
39 With Beethoven in mind Mahler believed writing this number symphony was endsville so he called a 1908 work a song cycle
40 In an operation in 1846 William Morton employed ether in the first successful public use of this
41 Born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis she brought her danse sauvage to Paris in 1925 & became a French citizen in 1937
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43 The Yuan Dynasty was ousted in 1368 by this other 4-letter dynasty that would last a while
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46 Sir Martin Evans shared a 2007 Nobel Prize for his discoveries with these undifferentiated biological units
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49 18th century military prowess forced others to refer to this Prussian as The Great
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60 This French composer created many of his works as parts of ballets


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