It's All Relative!

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Can you name the words or phrases containing a word for a relative (e.g. grandson, great-aunt, etc.)?

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U.S. legal term for when an old rule continues to apply to some existing situations, while a new rule will apply to all future situations.
Tall, free-standing, weight-driven pendulum timekeeping device.
1992 singing nun movie starring Whoopi Goldberg.
Lancaster, PA - based pretzel bakery chain founded by Anne and Jonas Beiler.
Device for measuring temperature.
Rock/country/rap musician whose hits include 'Smile,' 'Follow Me,' and 'Drift Away.'
It is #3 on the list of the Top 200 American Pizza Chains, according to PMQ Magazine.
Crayfish.
Spencer Tracy played the title character in the original film; Steve Martin played him in the 1991 remake.
Nickname for Philadelphia, from the city's literal Greek name.
The common name of the 'Addams Family' character portrayed by Jackie Coogan in the original TV series and Christopher Lloyd in the first two feature films.
Well-known P.D. Eastman children's book in which a newly hatched bird searches for his parent.
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Type of apple with hard, light green skin and a crisp, juicy flesh.
World-famous Catholic nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India, in 1950.
Childrens' game in which a leader tells everyone to take 'x' steps forward, but then everyone must request permission before doing it.
Madonna song recorded in 1986 that sparked debate about its possible teenage pregnancy and pro-life messages.
Famous 1964 Magritte self-portrait depicting a man in an overcoat whose face is largely obscured by a hovering green apple.
The capital of Iraq.
Emmy Award-winning American TV sitcom starring Tim Reid, Jackée Harry, and Tia and Tamera Mowry.
Black Eyed Peas song used to promote the 2004 film 'Garfield: The Movie.'
Anti-slavery Harriet Beecher Stowe novel also called 'Life Among the Lowly.'
Common name for the Pholcus phalangiodides spider, or a 1919 Mary Pickford film.
Common national personification of the U.S. government originally used in the War of 1812.
Fictional bearded character who, on New Year's Eve, is depicted as handing over his duties to the equally allegorical Baby New Year.

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