Two by Six

Can you name the things consisting of two 6-letter words?

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The time of year Elmer Fudd hunts Bugs Bunny
Place also called America
Polynesian island also known as Rapa Nui
Main ingredient in a PB & J sandwich
Buddy cop film with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover
Serena Williams's occupation
Nursery rhyme or #1 hit by Fergie
Grammy winning singer who’s a ‘bad guy’
'Thank u, next' & ‘7 Rings’ pop singer
'Baby' & 'What Do You Mean?' singer
Location of the Parthenon
The 40th president of the U.S.A.
A former Roman consul or William Shakespeare play
Actor who played vampire hunter Blade in film
2005 superhero film starring Christian Bale
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Family sitcom starring Tia and Tamera Mowry
'No Country for Old Men' actor
Coffeehouse that 'America runs on...'
'Friends' character played by Courteney Cox
Spy movie character played by Mike Myers
Writ meaning a person can be brought to court
Education TV show featuring Ernie, Bert & Elmo
'Superstition' R&B singer
It protects the human body from diseases
Video game series with the character Sub-Zero
ABC sitcom with Sofia Vergara & Ed O’Neill
Actress who played Harley Quinn and Tonya Harding
Sheryl Crow and Carly Simon fought this disease
Plastic poseable doll marketed to young boys
Information on the periodic table

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