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Can you name the words and phrases that have apples in them?

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ClueApple Term
Puréed fruit side dish that goes well with pork chops or ham
The first child of Gwyneth Paltrow that almost sounds like a cocktail
An influence that is no good or a Chris Noth movie
A restaurant chain based in Lenexa, KS featuring mainstream American cuisine
This is a term for a suck-up or toady, usually at school
Live action Disney film featuring Tim Conway and Don Knotts
This is an expression for when people describe kids who are like their parents
Kids' PBS science series or gravitational inspiration
Glenn Miller staple featuring the line 'with anyone else but me'
A Halloween activity that features a large basin of water
Makers of the iPod, iTunes, and the Macintosh
A thick brown spread made from cooking down fruit with sugar and spice
This supposedly keeps the doctor away, in the old adage
In making things more difficult, one has supposedly upset this vehicle
The label that the Beatles created to distribute most of their albums
ClueApple Term
Mr. Chapman, the famous planter and conservationist's nickname
Cinnamon-flavored fruity Kellogg's cereal since 1965
The nickname for New York City, or Buenos Aires according to 'Evita'
Actress who became big on 'Married... with Children' before 'Samantha Who?'
Wisconsin town or Larry's surname on 'Perfect Strangers'
The awarding of this as a prize led to the Trojan war, mythologically speaking
An expression for the person you care for more than any other
A 'colorful' dessert that is similar to a cobbler and a bread pudding
Card game with nouns that get judged for points based on adjectives
A term to describe people who have very reddish faces, ususally children
A cartilage-based projection of the larynx that can be seen on the neck
Singer of the Grammy-award winning song 'Criminal'
This dessert is the prototypical example of something that is very American
Another name for a Jerusalem artichoke or for a potato
An old term for a tomato, from its possible aphrodisiac properties

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