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Dog breed nicknamed 'tibbie.'
National bird of Guatemala.
This is the heaviest breed of horse.
Star of 'The Odd Couple' and 'Quincy, M.E.'
American author and naturalist who said, 'A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.'
Insect that flies at 8 km/hour, and hums in the key of F.
Ecuadorian islands known for their tortoises and other wildlife.
Queen Annes Lace is what kind of vegetable?
Author who wrote 'The Voyage of the Beagle.'
Chief divinity of the Norse pantheon.
Monarch who celebrated Golden Jubilee in 2002.
Native Iranian fruit filled with arils.
Ocean valley that is 7 miles deep.
Star of the series 'Angel' and 'Bones.'
French province to which Mont Saint Michel pertains.
African island nation famous for its ring-tailed lemurs.
Country whose $1 coin is called the 'loonie.'
George Washington's Secretary of State.
In 1979, was the biggest hit for musical group The Knack.
Film director known as 'The Master of Suspense.'
State where Leinenkugel's beer is brewed.
Current location of the Stone of Scone.
Hockey star known as 'The Golden Jet.'
Longest one-syllable word in English.
Two countries surrounded by the Republic of South Africa.
Spanish surrealist painter of 'The Persistence of Memory.'
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American author whose birth name was William Sydney Porter.
Planet discovered in 1781, with the help of Bode's Law.
Most active Hawaiian volcano.
Saint who said, 'Lord, give me chastity and continence, but not just now'.
Oceanic nation whose capital is Yaren.
American patriot and civil rights icon who said, 'If a man hasn't discovered something that he will die for, he isn't fit to live.'
African country that gained independence from Spain in 1956.
Song written by Joni Mitchell and recorded by Judy Collins, opening verse is 'bows and throws of angel hair.'
World's second most popular sport after Association football.
Fifth king of Uruk; The Epic of _________.
State that features crabs on its drivers licenses.
'The Silicon Valley of India.'
Russian composer who wrote symphonic poem 'In the Steppes of Central Asia.'
Scottish poet who wrote 'O Tibbie, I Hae Seen The Day' (but it wasn't about tibbies).
The study of stamps.
President who signed The Homestead Act into law.
South African author and Nobel laureate who authored 'The Late Bourgeois World.'
Mexican town where many westerns, including 'Chisum' and 'The Sons of Katie Elder' were filmed.
Primatologist known for studying orangutans.
World's largest amphibian.
The study of coins and medals.
Country whose languages are English and Gilbertese.
Accent which creates the 'ñ' in Spanish.
Families of this anthropod include wolf, lynx, jumping, funnel weavers, dwarf, sac, combfooted and crab.
First player to score for the Baltimore Ravens.
The tips of these are called aglets.

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