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Dy
   is the chemical symbol for   
Dysprosium
DY
   is the international car registration for   
Benin
DY because Benin was formerly called Dahomey.
Isle of Man
   has the anthem   
Arrane Ashoonagh Dy Vannin
Isle of Man National Anthem
Welsh
   for "I Love You" is   
Rwy'n Dy Garu Di
Pat Nixon
   was an   
U.S. First Lady
1912-1993.
Butch Cassidy
   was a/an   
Outlaw
Train and bank robber, 1866-1908
Freddy Krueger
   is in the movie   
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Played by Robert Englund
Dick Cavett
   said   
"There's So Much Comedy on Television. Does That Cause Comedy in the Streets?"
Mocking the TV-violence debate
Queen
   released the single   
Bohemian Rhapsody
1976; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2004; 9 weeks as #1 in the U.K.; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Brady
   family appears in   
Brady Bunch
Mike and Carol Brady and their children Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Bobby and Cindy.
Dramedy
   is a combination of   
Drama and Comedy
Dynam
   means   
Power
Dynamic
Piñata
   means   
A Game for Children Involving a Suspended Container With Candy and Toys and a Stick
Crocodylidae
   is the zoological family for   
Crocodiles
Howdy
   means   
Hello
A warm and friendly informal salutation. Short for “Howdy, ya’ll from around here.” It doesn't get any better than that for inquiring in a non-threatening manner.
Fixin’ to
   means   
Getting Ready to
Herbert Hoover
   said   
"About the Time We Think We Can Make Ends Meet, Somebody Moves the Ends."
31st US President
Over the Rainbow
   was released by   
Judy Garland
1939 - inducted in 1981; Oscar winner for "The Wizard of Oz"
Sweets
   in American would be   
Candy
Bob Dylan
   released the album   
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
Lady Bird Johnson
   was an   
U.S. First Lady
1912-2007.
Hello. Is There
      
Anybody in There?
“Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd
Mork
   appears in   
Mork and Mindy
Crack the Books
   means   
Study
Candy Floss
   in American would be   
Cotton Candy
"Mingus Dynasty"
   was released by   
Charles Mingus
1959 - inducted in 1999
John F. Kennedy
   is/was the   
U.S. President
While in the Navy, "Jack" was Commanding Oficer of USS PT-109, an 80-foot ELCO type motor torpedo boat. On 2 August, 1943, it was rammed by a Japanese destroyer and sank, leaving 11 survivors. Lt. Kennedy received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for his courage and leadership and the Purple Heart for injuries sustained.
Bo Diddley
   performed   
Diddley Daddy
1955, US R & B 11
Woody Guthrie
   was a name mentioned in   
Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie
Mary I
   was known as   
Bloody Mary
She is remembered for restoring England to Roman Catholicism. In the process, she had almost 300 religious dissenters burned at the stake in the Marian Persecutions, earning her the sobriquet of "Bloody Mary". Aka Mary the Catholic.
Alastor Moody
   is known as   
Mad-Eye Moody
Often also just Mad-Eye
John F. Kennedy
   is   

35th US President, 1961-1963
Oceanography
   is defined as   
The Scientific Study of the Ocean
Including associated phenomena.
Friction
   means   
A Measure of the Resistance Felt when Sliding One Body over Another
Magnet
   means   
A Body Which Produces a Magnetic Field
All magnets are di-pole and follow the rule that like poles repel and unlike poles attract.
Nobody's ___
   contains the word   
Business
Billy Idol
Crystallography
   is defined as   
The Study of Crystal Structure
The science that studies crystallisation and the forms and structures of crystals
Wendy's
   was named after   
Dave Thomas' Daughter Melinda "Wendy" Thomas
Purdy
   means   
Pretty
John F. Kennedy
   Airport has the code   
JFK
New York, New York, USA
Andy Warhol
   painted   

Cambell's Condensed Tomato Soup Can; 1962; American; Pop Art; Kunstmuseum St.Gallen, Switzerland; synthetic polymer paint on canvas; 51 x 41 cm; one of 32 identical canvases covering various Campbell's Soup varieties all the same size
Mindy McConnell
   appears in   
Mork and Mindy
Arnold Schwarzenegger
   said   
"Everybody Pities the Weak; Jealousy You Have to Earn"
American actor and politician
Andy Warhol
   painted   

Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn); 1967; American; Pop Art; The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; color screenprint on cream card; 914 x 914 cm
Judy Jetson
   appears in   
The Jetsons
Landlord
   the female equivalent is   
Landlady
Mind
   is missing from the title of   
___, Body and Soul
Joss Stone (2005)
Lady of the Night
   is a euphemism for   
Prostitute
Radio (2003)
   is a film about   
James Robert "Radio" Kennedy
Based on the real-life story of South Carolina high school football coach Harold Jones and his mentally-challenged assistant, James Robert "Radio" Kennedy,
Tripod
   is described as   
A Three-legged Supporting Stand Used to Hold a Camera Steady
Especially useful when using slow shutter speeds and/or telephoto lenses.






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