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

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