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USA
   is the international car registration for   
The United States of America
The United States of America
   has the capital   
Washington, D.C.
DC history began in 1790 when Congress directed selection of a new capital site, 100 sq mi, along the Potomac. The seat of government was transferred from Philadelphia to Washington on Dec. 1, 1800, and President John Adams became the first resident in the White House.
Gangs of New York (2002)
   has the tagline   
America Was Born In The Streets.
Confederate States of America
   has the anthem   
God Save the South (unofficial)
Dixie (popular)
Gringo
   means   
A Person from North America North of Mexico
The Andes, South America
   is the   
Longest Mountain Range
5,000 miles
The Northern Flying Squirrel
   is native to   
North America
They live all over the eastern United States and when they glide from tree to tree they can reach speeds of up to 20km.
The Raccoon
   is native to   
North America
They live in all parts of the states and are very intelligent animals. They eat both plant and animal and adapt to suburban living easily.
The Beaver
   is native to   
North America
They live in all regions of the United States except Florida and some parts of California. They are known for building unique damns in waterways which sometimes can cause problems. They are the Largest rodent in the United States.
The Bald Eagle
   is native to   
North America
The bald eagle is the largest raptor in Utah and second only to the Condor in North America. As with most raptors, the female is larger than the male. Males may weigh as little as 4.5 pounds and the largest females may weigh up to 14 pounds. The wingspan is 6.5-8 feet and the body may be up to 36 inches long. Bald eagles from the northern parts of their range are usually much larger then the southern birds
The Black Bear
   is native to   
North America
Always looking for food, anything is fair game for a black bear. Besides their normal diet these bears will scrounge in garbage bins and even campers' food if left accessible. The most often that female black bears can mate, unless they lose their cubs prematurely, is every two years.
The Bobcat
   is native to   
North America
The bobcat is a territorial, solitary and crepuscular cat (active at dawn and dusk). The bobcat is a patient and furtive hunter. The hunt occurs almost exclusively on the ground by stalking (as opposed to ambush from trees). The kill is made with a bite at the base of the skull Bobcats can take down deer, and it is their most common winter food.
The Cougar
   is native to   
North America
These solitary cats are expert hunters and are capable of taking down an adult male elk. The cougar will leap onto the back of its prey, and by grasping the neck with its canines, pulls back on the head using its powerful rear legs to snap the prey's neck. To prevent scavenging animals from stealing their kill, cougars often bury their prey with sticks and leaves. This enables them to feed from a large kill for several days.
Canada
   is situated in   
North America
Panama
   is situated in   
Central America
United States of America
   is situated in   
North America
Argentina
   is situated in   
South America
Brazil
   is situated in   
South America
Chile
   is situated in   
South America
Colombia
   is situated in   
South America
Ecuador
   is situated in   
South America
Peru
   is situated in   
South America
Venezuela
   is situated in   
South America
The Caribou
   is native to   
North America
The Wolverine
   is native to   
North America
The wolverine (gulo gulo) is the largest land-dwelling species of the Mustelidae or weasel family and is the only species currently classified in the genus Gulo (meaning glutton).
The Turkey (bird)
   is native to   
North America
Panama
   canal is situated in   
Central America Canal Area
Opened in 1914 (one of the world’s deepest canals at 42 feet deep) and has 6 locks (50.7 miles long)
Llama
   is associated with   
South America
In the Cainozoic Era, Ice Sheets Covered Most of North America
   is   
True
The First Laundromat in America Opened in the Bronx in 1948
   is   
True
Creating such a stir that police had to be called to restrain curious crowds
God Bless _____
   -   
America
Voice of America
   in Creole is   
Lavwadlamerik
American overseas radio network
Apple
   has a variety named   
America Summer Pearmain
Vanessa Williams
   was/were the first   
Black Woman to Become Miss America
1983
Free America
   relates to the   
American Revolutionary War
Words set to the song “British Grenadiers”
Alaska
   is located in   
North America
Alberta
   is located in   
North America
Argentina
   is located in   
South America
Brazil
   is located in   
South America
Eastern United States
   is located in   
North America
Northwest Territory
   is located in   
North America
Ontario
   is located in   
North America
Peru
   is located in   
South America
Quebec
   is located in   
North America
Venezuela
   is located in   
South America
Western United States
   is located in   
North America
America
   performed   
A Horse With No Name
1972; 3 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Once Upon A Time In _____
   is missing   
America
1984. dir. Sergio Leone
Pocahontas
   was a/an   
Native North American
Daughter of Chief Powhatan; assisted colonial settlers; buried in England
American Airlines
   is based in   
The U.S.A.
Dallas-Forth Worth. Oneworld. Largest airline in the world






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