2-by-2 -repeated two letters making four letter answers

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Can you name the 4-letter words and names made from a repeated 2-letter sequence?

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Montgomery Burns's beloved teddy bear in The Simpsons
____ Dee, English singer best known for her 1976 duet with Elton John on 'Don't go breaking my heart'
First daughter of Bob Geldof & Paula Yates
'___ O'Riley' - 1971 hit for The Who, often mistakenly called 'Teenage Wasteland'
Extinct Mauritian flightless bird
An idea, style or action which spreads, often as mimicry, from person to person via the Internet
'Radio __ __' - 1984 hit for Queen lamenting radio's decline
African & Caribbean food usually made from cassava, yams or plantains
____ Touré - Ivorian footballer who has played for teams including Barcelona & Manchester City
____ Yubari - Japanese schoolgirl assassin from the movie 'Kill Bill: Vol. 1'
Dorothy's dog in 'The Wizard of Oz'
Scottish singer whose hits include Bond theme 'The man with the golden gun'
Short skirt originally worn by cheerleaders
Nickname of Brazilian soccer player Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, world footballer of the year in 2007
Part of the NATO phonetic alphabet
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____ Ferrari, French actress who was known as 'the woman with the largest breasts in the world'
A toy consisting of an axle connected to two disks, and a length of twine looped around the axle
___ Chanel - French fashion designer & founder of Chanel
Indian multinational conglomerate company worth around $90bn, believed to be India's best-known global brand
1944 novella by French writer Colette, also adapted as a musical, play and film
Desmond ____ - Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town and famous apartheid opponent
Tragic heroine of the opera 'La bohème'
Large, four-legged walking vehicle from the Star Wars movies
Ancient Egyptian goddess with a throne headdress
French word for 'baby'
____ Rosberg, Finnish 1982 Formula One racing world champion
____ Peniston - American singer best known for her 1992 hit 'Finally'
European avant-garde art movement of the early 20th century
____ Le Pew - Amorous French skunk in Warner Bros. cartoons
_-_-_-_-O' - Refrain to the children's song 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm'

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