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Lions, Tigers, and Bears
On this band's videos for 'Don't Cha' and 'Stickwitu', four girls are shown singing but only Nicole Scherzinger's voice is heard.
A work stoppage unauthorized by union officials
Canadian band who hit worldwide with
'Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)'
Kurt Vonnegut novel or a game involving passing looped string between players.
She has a red bow on her left ear,
no mouth and first appeared on a
Japanese coin purse in 1974.
Symbol of the England World Cup team, as seen on England's Coat of Arms.
Usain Bolt's footwear sponsor
Classic 6-word slogan of several oil companies, including Esso, Exxon and Enco.
1970 Disney animated film set in France
Minneapolis's WNBA team. A rare name in pro-sports that ends in 'X' but not 'Sox'.
Jack Lemmon won his Best Actor Oscar for this 1973 film.
1970 cartoon & 2001 film
about an all-girl band
Flower that got its name from the French for 'lion's tooth' or 1967 Rolling Stones single.
British luxury car company,
formerly known as Swallow Sidecars,
who manufacture the XF, XJ & XK lines.
A whip with multiple strands,
intended to inflict intense pain.
Spelling-impaired metal band that
recorded 'Pour Some Sugar On Me'.
'Morning Has Broken' singer who changed his name to Yusef Islam.
The title of this Peter Sellers comedy
refers to a jewel, not a French policeman.
2009 ABC sitcom starring Courteney Cox.
Another Peter Sellers comedy, better remembered for Tom Jones' title song. Whoa-oh whoa-oh whoa!
80's band ('Rock This Town') that briefly brought back rockabilly.
Full name of Charlotte's NFL team
Any member of a 1960's radical group, or T'Challa the Wakandan of comics
Posthumously released Bob Marley single
where the three words in the title rhyme.
'Girl band' book series that became a Disney movie series starring Raven-Symoné.
Canadian Football League team (in Hamilton)
that qualifies for this list twice.
When he released 'Jack & Diane'
and 'Hurts So Good', John Mellencamp was known as this.
Stand-up comedian, known for occasionally damaging talk show sets.
Axiom warning against
Term describing actresses such as
(decades before they become cougars).
'When The Children Cry' band
'Cowboys From Hell' band
'Peg O' My Heart' band
'Little Things Mean A Lot' singer
'Whole Again' band
'Good Old Rock n Roll' band
'It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels' singer
Disease caused by Bartonella bacteria or a Ted Nugent song.
Compatriot of Scarecrow & the Tin Man.
Theme song from Rocky III,
performed by Survivor
Also known as 'Wimoweh', this South African folk song went to #1 for The Tokens.
First Chinese-language film to be
a Best Picture Oscar nominee.
Sobriquet of King Richard I of England
OMG!!! This mag's fave cover boys: 60's-Monkees, 70's-Osmonds, 90's-Backstreet, 00's-Jonas Brothers
2000, 2002 & 2008 US Open golf champion
1994 Disney animated film set in Africa.
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