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Can you name the things that begin with 'W.W.'?

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Popular microfiber type that makes cleaning easier. (It has nothing to do with breakfast or hairstyles either...)
The red type is believed to have greater health benefits, including more polyphenols, than this type.
He and brother Orville are best known for their endeavours in flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Currently defying gravity in the West, she is no longer close with sister Glinda.
This 'Queen Of All Media' makes regular appearances on 'The Soup' with Joel McHale and shares her name with a famous transsexual porn star.
Roald Dahl created him, Charlie visited him, and Johnny Depp portrayed him.
'Cape Cod's Only' Liquid-Based Amusement Park.
The amusement park destination in 'National Lampoon's Vacation.'
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This 28th U.S. president's 'Fourteen Points' aimed to express America's position in World War I.
The Oval Office can be found here in real life, but don't expect to see Martin Sheen sitting there.
This hopeless Romantic 'wandered lonely as a cloud.'
DC superheroine with superhuman strength, superspeed, and the ability to fly.
This actor was Gordie LaChance in 'Stand by Me' and Wesley Crusher in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation.' (Stewie Griffin also pronounces his name oddly.)
Drop a penny here and indicate an inner desire - maybe it will come true!
This sound is made by inserting one's fingers into the mouth to produce a louder, more penetrating tone. Oh, and it doesn't sound like howling despite its name.
The U.S. capital's magical pro basketball team.

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