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Can you name the people, places, or things related to Valentine's Day?

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Within 3, percentage of men who buy flowers on Valentine's Day (enter a number)
Only holiday that exceeds Valentine's Day in the number of cards sent
He applied for a patent on the telephone on Valentine's Day, 1876
This state produces 60 percent of American roses
Imported roses are mostly from this continent
Son of Venus, the Roman god of love and beauty
In the early 1900's the Ozark hill people thought that birds and these animals started mating on February 14th
On February 14, 270 A.D., this Roman Emperor beheaded a priest named Valentine for performing marriage ceremonies
This greeting card company has over 1330 different cards for Valentine's Day
Humorous valentines of the 19th century were known as Penny Dreadfuls or these types of Valentines
In 1929, the St. Valentines Day Massacre stirred a media storm centered on this organized crime boss
In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear the names here.
In 1537, this King declared February 14th an official holiday
On February 14, 1779, this English explorer and navigator was murdered by natives of Hawaii
A single perfect red rose framed with baby's breath is referred to by some florists as this
Valentines Day is only celebrated in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, the United Kingdom, and this country
On February 14, 1929, this bacteriologist discovered penicillin
These people will receive the most Valentine's Day cards
The ancient Romans celebrated the Feast of Lupercalla in honor of this queen of the Roman gods and goddesses (also the goddess of women and marriage)
Couples renew their vows on the 80th floor of this New York building
The first American publisher of valentines was Esther Howland. During the 1870's her cards were made of this material and sold anywhere from 5 to 35 dollars each.
The first photograph of a U.S. President was taken on February 14, 1849 by Matthew Brady. Who was the subject?
The first televised tour of the White House aired on February 14, 1962 and was hosted by this First Lady
This organ is the most common symbol of romantic love. It embodies a man's truth, strength, and nobility.
Name the Italian city where 1,000 letters addressed to Juliet are sent every Valentine's Day.
Considered to be the standard work on love in Sanskrit literature
The oldest known Valentines were sent in 1415 A.D. by the Duke of Orleans to his French wife while he was imprisoned here.
The oldest known love poem is written in a clay tablet by these ancient people (around 3500 B.C.)
The red rose was the favorite flower of this Roman goddess of love
On February 14, 1991, Dennis Quaid married this actress

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