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Contrary to popular belief, this Chinese landmark is not visible from outer space
This American legend with an affinity for Granny Smiths was actually a real man named John Chapman
Bloody Mary ingredient
4-time Super Bowl champion quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers
Lead singer for 'The Doors'
Considered the world's fastest ball game, its name comes from Basque words meaning 'merry festival'
Eight of the nine members of the U.S. Supreme Court have this title
AD 79 Pompeii destroyer
This half of the Earth is synonymous with the American continents
British author of 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy
The most common layout for a 1,000-piece one of these actually has 1,026 pieces, with dimensions 38 by 27
A type of strict policy that does not allow for second chances
The scientific name for this body part is 'digitus medius'
Meaning 'false step' in French, it is a violation of social etiquette
Kind of candy with a hard shell and gummy interior, popular at Easter
Organization of 22 countries around Northern Africa and the Middle East
Served in the natural juices that flow from the meat; as found in French cooking
Controversial phrase that was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954
Jewish New Year that falls between September 5 and October 5
She got the part of Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz' after Shirley Temple was unavailable
This region stretches from Guatemala and Belize down to Panama
Sometimes called the father of English Literature, he wrote 'The Canterbury Tales' in the late 14th century
Los Angeles suburb; home of celebrities, hillbillies, and the ZIP code 90210
S'mores ingredient invented by a Presbyterian minister in 1829
Extinct ancestor of the elephant
Euphrates counterpart that flows through Baghdad and into the Persian Gulf
Third molars that often appear between the ages of 17 and 25
English Romantic poet who wrote 'Lyrical Ballads' with Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Presidential office building for both Kyrgyzstan and the United States
Game involving 121 indentations on a board and 10 marbles per player
The record for twirling the most of these around your body at once is 132
This precipitation, similar to sleet, can cause paralyzing ice storms
Most coastlines experience two of these every day, one lower than the other
NASCAR racing legend who died in a last lap crash at the 2001 Daytona 500
German astronomer who developed three laws of planetary motion
This companion of Robin Hood was anything but short
Examples of them include M, L, and XL
Christian holiday that occurs two days before Easter
A February 11, 1972 episode of her show, 'The French Chef', was the first ever television show with captions
He starred alongside Wile E. Coyote in the animated short 'To Beep or Not to Beep'
The USGA regulates that this should be no smaller than 1.68 inches in diameter and weigh no more than 1.62 ounces
Many animal shelters prohibit the adoption of these the week before Halloween
The third most populated island in the world, after Java and Honshū
Place where tickets are sold, or a measurement of a movie's success
What the initials of each answer, along with their order, stand for

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