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Hull City
   play at   
The Kingston Communications Stadium
Hull City
   football club is known as   
The Tigers
Alan Hull
   has been a vocalist in   
Lindisfarne
1936
   Wimbledon Ladies' Singles champion was   
Helen Hull Jacobs
Bilge
   is defined as (a)   
Area of the Hull Below the Waterline
Ama
   is defined as (a)   
Outboard Hull of a Trimaran
1945
   the winner was   
Cordell Hull
USA, 1871-1955; ex-Secretary of State; prominent in the organization of the UN
Hull
   means   
Remove the Calyx of Soft Fruit
Such as strawberries or blackberries
Rod Hull
   and   
Emu
Comedy Show '70's
Josephine Hull
   for her role in   
Harvey (1950)
As Veta Louise Simmons
Hull House
   is/was   
Janes Adams' Settlement House for Immigrants and the Poor
In Chicago, Illinois
Australia
   is the location of   
Hull River National Park
Hull
   is defined as (a)   
The Body of a Vessel
Master of the World (1961)
   starred   
Vincent Price, Charles Bronson, Henry Hull and Mary Webster
Director: William Witney. Also starred Richard Harrison. Based upon the Jules Verne novels Robur the Conqueror and Master of the World.
Boys Town (1938)
   starred   
Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, Henry Hull and Bobs Watson
Director: Norman Taurog. The story of Father Edward Flanagan (Tracy) and his efforts to provide a safe environment for runaway boys in Omaha, Nebraska. Tracy won his second Oscar for Best Actor as Father Flanagan in 1939.
Hull
   is a name shared by   
Cordell, Bobby, Brett
US Senator/US Secretary of State, Canadian NHL hockey legend, Canadian NHL hockey player -- Cordell Hull was Secretary of State for 12 years under President Franklin Roosevelt. "Father of The United Nations" for his work in founding the UN in 1945. Bobby Hull was an NHL superstar with the Chicago Blackhawks and father of Brett. Brett followed in his father's wake with a brilliant NHL career with 741 career goals with St. Louis, Calgary, Detroit, Dallas, and Phoenix.
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)
   starred   
Kenneth More, Jayne Mansfield and Henry Hull
Director: Raoul Walsh. Also starred Bruce Cabot, Ronald Squire & William Campbell. Plot: A proper English gentleman, traveling in the American West, inadvertently stops an Indian attack on the stagecoach in which he is a passenger...
Harvey (1950)
   starred   
James Stewart, Josephine Hull and Peggy Dow
Director: Henry Koster. Also starred Charles Drake, Cecil Kellaway & Victoria Horne. Plot: Elwood P. Dowd (James Stewart) is a mild-mannered, pleasant man, who just happens (he says) to have an invisible friend resembling a 6-foot rabbit.
Aloha, Bobby and Rose (1975)
   starred   
Paul Le Mat, Dianne Hull and Tim McIntire
Director: Floyd Mutrux. Also starred Leigh French, Noble Willingham & Martine Bartlett. Plot: Bobby (Le Mat) and Rose (Hull), two youngsters who are in love, have to run away from home when they are falsely accused to have committed a robbery and an assassination.
Hull
   is   
Outer Covering of a Seed
Yukon Flight (1940)
   starred   
James Newill, Louise Stanley and Warren Hull
Director: Ralph Staub. Also starred William Pawley, Dave O'Brien & George Humbert. Plot: When the plane owned by the "Yukon and Columbia Mail Service" crashes, RCMP Sergeant Renfrew (James Newill) and Constable Kelly (Dave O'Brien) suspect murder.
Alicia Hull
   is played by Bette Davis in   
Storm Center (1956)
Also starred: Brian Keith, Kim Hunter
Cardiff Giant
   was perpetrated by   
George Hull
He buried on the farm of his brother a carved plaster three-meter giant clutching his stomach, as if at the time of death, it was suffering from pain.
Hull
   has the team   
Stingrays
Elite league
Gretsky, Howe, Lemieux, Hull, Orr
   are all   
Great Hockey Players
Tintinhull Garden
   is located in the county of   
Somerset
Small 20th century Arts and Crafts garden
Hullabaloo
   means   
An Uproar or Fuss
USS Michigan
   was the first   
Iron Hulled U.S. Naval Vessel
1843
Gunther Schuller
   composed   
Of Reminiscences and Reflections
B.1925; Pulitizer Prize for Music, 1994
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
   starred   
Josephine Hull, Jean Adair, Cary Grant
IMDB rating 8.0/10. Director: Frank Capra; also with Raymond Massey
Marlott
   is Thomas Hardy's name for   
Marnhull
Gunther Schuller
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
Of Reminiscences and Reflections
1994
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
   starred   
Josephine Hull, Jean Adair, Cary Grant
Director: Frank Capra; also with Raymond Massey
Gunther Schuller
   composed   
Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee
For orchestra, 1959
M62
      
Links Liverpool and the Approaches to Kingston-upon-Hull
the trans-Pennine link.






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