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Yogi Bear's pal. We hope he didn't get his name because he was a mistake.
British name for the duo of Vince Clarke & Alison Moyet, shared with a Mississippi county & river.
NBA Rookie of the Year in 1973 and Hall Of Famer.
Belgian town near the site of crucial 1815 battle
and inspiration for an ABBA hit.
Warren Beatty played the world's straightest male hairdresser in this 1975 comedy.
First Inuit to play for the NHL,
appropriately his jacket number is 22.
Stan Ridgeway led this band,
best remembered for 'Mexican Radio'.
This mother and son appear
in the works of A.A. Milne.
A collection of military musicians,
or Jordin Sparks hit record.
Pardon me, boy. This Tennessee-bound train
leaves Track 29 about a quarter to four,
according to the song lyrics.
Animated Great Dane who reportedly was named
for ad-lib lyrics at the end of
Frank Sinatra's 'Strangers In The Night'.
This Bombardier snowmobile
got its name by accident. The original name
was supposed to end with 'G', not 'O'.
Often followed by 'Gesundheit'.
Three word title of a 1981 duet by
J.D. Souther & James Taylor.
Regularly heard shouted at the end of the
Slate Rock and Gravel Company workday.
Big-brained, tiny-bodied green-skinned alien,
found in the same city as above.
Home of Western Michigan University.
Glenn Miller had a gal there.
The 2006 movies 'Madagascar' and 'The Wild'
both dealt with animated lions escaping
this midtown Manhattan location.
David Johansen led the New York Dolls.
Nicole Scherzinger leads the Pussycat Dolls.
John Rzeznik leads this 'Dolls' band.
Indian dish originating from Portugal, made with meat preserved in vinegar, spices, and garlic.
80's pop band best known for the song 'Too Shy'.
1) Find a baby.
2) Cover your eyes with your hands.
3) Uncover your eyes & announce the game name.
4) Repeat until one of you is bored.
The English imitative spelling for the sound of a rooster's crowing.
The earliest of this type of mechanical animated clock dates back to 1629.
The world's most environmentally green housing,
even if it's actually white.
The largest of these giant grasses can grow up to 2 feet (60 cm) per day.
Jerry Yang & David Filo set up this search engine & web portal on January 18, 1995
This larger and less colorful bird family are not parrots but get their name from the Malay for 'old parrot'.
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