DC Characters Out of Context (Picture quiz)

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Can you name the the co-ordinates of the DC character in the picture based on the alternate definition for each clue?

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dc bingo 2 EXAMPLE: When you find the definition that corresponds to "Batman", enter "E3" or "3E".
ClueCo-ordinate (A1, A2... F4)
Adobe's audio-video software used to add animation and interactivity to web pages
This was introduced to standard card decks around the 1860s
1959 hit record by The Coasters about a girl 'you can look [at], but you better not touch'
A soldier assigned to perform various services for a British military officer
An uncontrolled blaze so vast it creates and sustains it's own wind system
Adjective describing one who is friendly to you in person, but insults you behind your back
Movie studio that produced Amadeus, Platoon, Dances With Wolves and The Silence of the Lambs
Computer software/hardware giant founded in 1977 by Larry Ellison
Global terrorist organization that appeared in several early James Bond films
Something that changes the momentum of an object; the integral of a force with respect to time
A curved, slender single edged sword, originally used by Samurai
Cobie Smulders' character on 'How I Met Your Mother'
A strike action of workers that has not been authorized by union leadership
1993 single by The Grid that combined techno music with banjo
Edgar Allan Poe poem that begins 'Once upon a midnight dreary...'
1984 Ralph Macchio film remade in 2010 with Jaden Smith
1970s pop singer best remembered for 'Me and You and a Dog Named Boo'
One of Santa's reindeer
Green ornamental stone used in Asia, often in very intricate carvings
The basic unit of matter consisting of a nucleus within a cloud of one or more electrons.
World-wide book publishing giant known primarily for paperbacks
In mountain climbing, an anchor buried in snow used to secure a rope
Traffic light at an intersection indicating the only direction in which drivers may proceed
Generic term for ivy plants that attach to a wall or tree as they grow upward

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