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Transmission repair franchise who's commercials include a 'honk honk' in the spelling of its name
Hosted 'The Tonight Show' from 1957 to 1962
Recreational drug popular in the 60's and 70's, until it was taken off the market by the Maalox company
Somali-born rapper who's song “Wavin' Flag: The Celebration Mix” was chosen as the official song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Spa city in western Germany, the medieval kings of Germany were crowned here.
NHL brothers Eric, Marc, Jordan and Jared
Flatbread that is a staple in South Asia
Creamy liquer made from brandy, sugar and eggs
Company that launched the modern Easter Egg dyeing kit in 1893
One of the followers of Darkseid, from Jack Kirby's 'Fourth World'. Kirby adapted his name from the Marquis de Sade
The treaty that created the European Union (formerly known as the Treaty on European Union)
Insectivorous hyena with a diet similar to the aardvark's
The only world capital with a pair of double AAs
Structure within the Great Mosque of Mecca, that Muslims face during prayer
Actor who's roles include Jonathon E, Santino Corleone and 'Big Ed' Deline
ClueAA Word
Brother and sister acting duo Jake and Maggie
Week-long American celebration of African culture and heritage
1988 Mira Nair movie, nominated for Oscar, starts with the Arabic word for Peace
Planet destroyed by The Death Star
The capital of Greenland is now called Nuuk, but was formerly anglicized as this
The Seattle Mariners' closer in 2009, his name is first in the list of all players who have played in the major leagues.
Shrek's nemesis in the first movie of the series
The second largest city, and principal port, of Denmark
City in the Netherlands that a 'Globetrotting' district of Manhattan is named for
Original name of the German terrorist organization 'Red Army Faction'
The humanoid alien from 'The Day the Earth Stood Still' or the Canadian band named for him (Beatlesque 'Sub-Rosa Subway')
The third vice-president of the United States, he mortally wounded Alexander Hamilton in a duel.
First name of Dr. Barnard, who performed the first successful human heart transplant.
Greenland, in the native language
Location of the last stand of American and Filipino soldiers against the Japanese army in 1942

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