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Emu
   beer comes from   
Australia
Emu
   is   
A Large Australian Flightless Bird
The Emu
   is native to   
Australia
The Emu is the second largest bird on the world. They can grow as tall as a man and weigh up to 60 kilos. Emu’s are farmed in some parts of Australia for their meat , leather, eggs, and oil. Emu oil is used in the treatment of joint pain and cosmetics.
Rod Hull
   and   
Emu
Comedy Show '70's
Australia
   has the national animal   
Emu
Kangaroo and Emu
Emu
   belong to the order   
Casuariiformes
Cassowaries and emus. Super-order: Palaeognathae. Family: Casuariidae. Alternative order: Struthioniformes.
Emu
   belong to the order   
Struthioniformes
Ratites. Family: Apterygidae. Alternative order: Casuariiformes
Remus Lupin
   is known as   
Loony Loopy Lupin
Used by Peeves
Br'er Bear
   is in   
Uncle Remus Stories
Based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris made into Disneys' 'Song of the South'. The dim-witted sidekick of Brer Fox
Brilliant Sunset
   has the latin name   
Helianthemum Nummularium
Family name: Cistaceae
Once Were Warriors (1994)
   starred   
Rena Owen, Temuera Morrison and Mamaengaroa Kerr-Bell
Director: Lee Tamahori. Also starred Julian Arahanga, Taungaroa Emile & Rachael Morris Jr. Plot: A family descended from Maori warriors is bedeviled by a violent father and the societal problems of being treated as outcasts.
Lemuroid Ringtail Possum
   has the Latin name   
Hemibelideus Lemuroides
Australia
Happy Nicodemus
   was composed by   
R.C. Mason
1899
Emulex Corp
   has which symbol   
ELX
Marguerite Daisy
   belongs to the genus   
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum frutescens. Also known as Paris daisy or marguerite. It is a perennial,
Lets Get in the Hot Tub!
   means   
In Thermulas Intremus!
E-mu
   manufactured the   
Emulator
Emunctory
   means   
Relating to Nose Blowing
Teddy Lupin
   has the middle name(s)   
Remus
Madagascar
   has the national animal   
Ring Tailed Lemur
Japan
   has the National Plant   
Chrysanthemum
Film
   is described as   
A Photographic Emulsion Coated on a Flexible, Transparent Base That Records Images or Scenes.
Emu, Kiwi, Cassowary
   are all   
Flightless Birds
Chrysanthemum
   is   

Franz Schubert
   composed   
Quartet No. 13, "Rosemunde" Quartet
D. 804
Emulsion Side
   is described as   
The Side of the Film Coated With Emulsion.
In contact printing and enlarging, the emulsion side of the film-dull side-should face the emulsion side of the photo paper-shiny side.
Baby's Tears
   has the Latin name   
Micranthemum
Cassowaries, Emus, Kiwis, Ostriches & Rheas
   are all   
Struthioniformes
Thigh Bone
   is the   
Femur
In humans the femur is the largest and the longest bone.
Bloom
   belongs to the genus   
Chrysanthemum
Remus Lupin
   has the middle name(s)   
John
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Odour of Chrysanthemums
First published in 1909
Romulus
   and   
Remus
Twins brothers who were the founders of Rome
Charles Demuth
   painted   

Sail: In Two Movements; 1919; American; Precisionism; Crystal Bridges Art Museum, Bentonville, Arkansas, U.S.A.; tempera on panel; 41 x 51 cm
Japan
   has the national flower   
The Chrysanthemum
Shemuel
   means   
Appointed by God
Reticulation
   is described as   
Cracking or Distorting of the Emulsion During Processing.
Usually caused by wide temperature or chemical-activity differences between the solutions.
Remulak
   is the home planet of   
The Coneheads
Comedy sketches and movie.
Germany
   had the general   
Remus Von Woyrsch
Field Marshal
Chaka Demus & Pliers
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Twist And Shout
January 2 1994 for 2 weeks
Br'er Fox
   is in   
Uncle Remus Stories
Based on the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris made into Disneys' 'Song of the South'
Memucan
   means   
Impoverished
B&L MACHINE WORKS
   was named after   
Brad & Lemuel Dreher
Patella, Tibia, Fibula, Femur
   are all   
Bones of the Legs
Remus Lupin
   is known as   
Moony






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