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Can you name the words, people, titles or phrases that include the consecutive letters 'GAY'?
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'Don we now' this before trolling the ancient yuletide carol.
Sprinter who holds the US records for 100m and 200m events.
First pitcher to win the Cy Young award in both the AL (1972) and NL (1978).
Author of the 1728 play 'The Beggar's Opera'
French chemist who discovered that for gases, pressure divided by temperature (in Kelvin) is a constant.
When this 'What's Going On' singer was murdered by his father on April 1, 1984, many assumed the news was an April Fool's joke.
Term frequently applied to the decade that William McKinley assumed the Presidency.
A dashing young man, but not necessarily good with an epee.
A writer for Esquire & The New Yorker, his book 'Honor Thy Father', about the Bonanno crime family, became a movie.
This 'Urban Legend' and 'Nip/Tuck' actress has been married to Eric Dane since 2004.
When we're with the Flintstones, what we'll have, if their theme song is accurate.
Unfortunate name of Ben Stiller's character in 'Meet The Parents' and its sequel.
In 2009, she won a Tony for her role in 'God Of Carnage'. In 2000, an Oscar for 'Pollack'.
1934 Fred Astaire- Ginger Rogers musical that won the first Oscar for Best Song - 'The Continental'.
Neither he nor Sir Edmund Hillary ever revealed which of them were first to reach the summit of Mt. Everest.
Actress who played Rebecca Washington on TV's The Practice.
Another name for a small group of flowers, like a posey or a tussie-mussie. (A tussie-mussie?!?)
On August 6, 1945, this plane was the first to drop an atomic bomb on an enemy city.
Muscle crème that was developed in France in 1898 by Dr. Jules Bengué.
Her disco classic 'I Will Survive' was originally released as a B-side.
1962 animated film starring Judy Garland as a cat, its title came from a nickname for the 'City of Lights'
This country singer, sister of Loretta Lynn, crossed to the pop charts with 'Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue'.
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