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Oliver Stone presidential biopic.
Singular indefinite article in English.
The symbol for momentum in physics. Why? I don't know.
Symbol for sample size in statistics.
Prevalent term in thug culture used to express approval.
It marks the spot.
Used to represent a thousand, but not in Ancient Rome.
Thomas Pynchon novel or unrelated invasion miniseries.
Don Diego de la Vega slashes this symbol in victory.
The most commonly-used internet related prefix.
Nominative singular pronoun in English.
Prefix for German submarines.
Measured in newtons, it equals m times a.
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Head of MI6, according to Ian Fleming.
SI symbol for one sixtieth of a minute.
Will Smith's character in Men in Black.
Avenue where you'll find Trekkie Monster or Gary Coleman.
Above average.
Assumed surname of a mister who pities fools.
Subject of a Sesame Street song about a sweet snack.
Fifty, in Ancient Rome.
The blood type of universal donors.
Symbol of the simplest known atom.
Emoticon catch-all for laughter or big smiles.
Only MPAA rating that requires supervision.
The sex-determining chromosome.

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