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Korea (South)
   has the mark   
HL
Hecla Mining Co
   has which symbol   
HL
Mathlete
   is a combination of   
Math and Athlete
Warwas-Glatzen-Hohlensystem
   is located in   
Austria
765 Meters in Depth
Pyjamas
   in German is   
Schlafanzug
ESPN, Road & Track, Volleyball Monthly
   are all   
Magazines Featuring Sports
Santa Lucia Highlands
   is situated in   
California
Kathleen Turner
   won the Golden Globe for   
Romancing the Stone
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1984
Roald Dahl
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
The 1964 book popularised the term "golden ticket"
Carl Lewis
   is famous for being a   
Track & Field Athlete
Won 10 Olympic medals including 9 golds, and 10 World Championships medals of which 8 were gold
Johnny Weissmuller
   was an   
Olympic Athlete
Swimmer
1972
   was the year   
Arab Terrorists Massacred Olympic Athletes
Eleven Israeli athletes die in Munich
Mix
   means   
Stir Two or More Foods Together Until They Are Thoroughly Combined
Chlorophyll
   means   
Green Pigmentation of Plants
Bio Acts to turn sunlight into energy
Wahl, Remington, Braun
   are all   
Brands of Men’s Electric Shavers
GruberhornHoehle
   is located in   
Austria
854 Meters in Depth
Chlorometer
   is used for   
Measuring Amount of Chlorine in a Solution
Chlorophyll
   means   
The Green Pigmentation of Plants
Acts to turn sunlight into energy
Team
   of   
Athletes
Ashley Judd
   is the stage name of   
Ashley Tyler Ciminella
Actress, American
Helmut Kohl
   is/was the   
German Chancellor
1982-98. CDU
Cl
   is the chemical symbol for   
Chlorine
Refrigerator
   in German is   
Kühlschrank
The _____ Dahlia
   contains the colour   
Black
2006 Josh Hartnett, Aaron Eckhart, Scarlett Johansson
Western Connecticut Highlands
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Frida Kahlo
   painted   

Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird; 1940; Mexican; Expressionism; Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 64 x 50 cm
Hochlecken-GrossHoehle
   is located in   
Austria
907 Meters in Depth
Canada
   is the location of   
Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Bundesrepublik Deutschland
   is the native name for   
Germany
Jock
   is   
College Athlete
Torch
   in American would be   
Flashlight
Ne Bylo U Baby Khlopot, Tak Kupila Porosya.
   means   
A Woman Farmer Had No Trouble, So She Bought a Piglet.
English version: You are asking for trouble
Braun, Wahl, Remington
   are all   
Men’s Shavers
Romancing the Stone (1984)
   starred   
Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito
Director: Robert Zemeckis. Also starred Zack Norman, Alfonso Arau & Manual Ojeda. Action/adventure, A romance writer sets off to Columbia to ransom her kidnapped sister, and soon finds herself in the middle of a dangerous adventure.
Australia
   is the location of   
Venman Bushland National Park
10
   is the number of   
Events in a Decathlon
Kohl's
   was named after   
Max Kohl
Schwer-Hoehlensystem
   is located in   
Austria
1219 Meters in Depth
Thoroughly Modern Millie
   featured in the film   
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
Jim Thorpe
   was a/an   
Olympic Athlete
Gold medalist in the 1912 games, later stripped of his metals and then restored in 1983
Jesus of Nazareth
   was born in   
Bethlehem, West Bank
Rex
Remember Even if You Lose All
      
Keep Your Good Name for if You Lose That You Are Worthless
Red Cabbage
   in German is   
Rotkohl
Hack
   is   
Chop Roughly or Violently
A's
   in Latin would be   
Athletici
Mark Spitz
   was/were the first   
Athlete to Win 7 Olympic Gold Medals at a Single Olympics
1972
Valuable
   is an antonym of   
Worthless
Michael Johnson
   is famous for being a   
Track & Field Athlete
American track athlete. He won four Olympic gold medals and was crowned world champion nine times. Johnson currently holds the world record in the 400 m and 4 x 400 m relay and formerly held the world record in the 200 m and Indoor 400 m.
Roald Dahl
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
James and the Giant Peach (1996)
Based on the 1961 book
Thailand
   is the location of   
Khlong Kaew Waterfall National Park






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