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LS
   is the international car registration for   
Lesotho
Camelidae
   is the zoological family for   
Camels
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
   wrote   
The Communist Manifesto
1848. 'Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei (The Communist Manifesto)'. Communism
Douglas Aircraft Company
   was named after   
Donald Wills Douglas, Sr.
To McDonnell Douglas
Polska
   is the native name for   
Poland
Escargots
   is the French for   
Snails
Angels
   in Latin would be   
Angeli
False
   is an antonym of   
True
Hilton Hotels
   was named after   
Conrad Hilton
Mammalogy
   is the study of   
Mammals
The Joker
   is a role shared by   
Heath Ledger & Jack Nicholson
Heath Ledger: The Dark Knight. Jack Nicholson: Batman.
Phil Mickelson
   was a/an   
Golfer
Three-time Masters champion, b. 1970
To Have By the Balls
   means   
To Have Someone At a Disadvantage
Angelology
   is the study of   
Angels
Mineralogy
   is the study of   
Minerals
Wells Fargo
   has which symbol   
WFC
Crosby, Stills & Nash
   released the album   
Crosby, Stills & Nash (1969)
Advanced Life Science
   is represented as   
ADLS
Rolls-Royce Plc/Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
   was named after   
Charles Rolls and Henry Royce
Traffic Signals Not in Use
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Family Jewels
   is a euphemism for   
Genitals
Men's
Salsa
   means   
A Spicy Mexican Tomato-based Sauce
Also a style of music and dancing
Cardinals
   in Latin would be   
Cardinales
Celsius Scale
   measures   
Temperature
Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius, boils at 100.
Zoology
   is the study of   
Animals
Great Balls of Fire! (1989)
   is a film about   
Jerry Lee Lewis
Starring Dennis Quaid
Blood Vessels
   is/are part of the   
Circulatory System
English
   in Danish is   
Engelsk
Molson
   was named after   
John Molson
Leo Tolstoy
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Anna Karenina (1997)
Based on the book
Symbolatry
   is the worship of   
Symbols
Gulliver's
      
Travels
Novel by Jonathan Swift
Rolls Royce
   has the badge   

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.
Jack Nicholson
   won the Golden Globe for   
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Best Actor - Drama, 1975
Escargot
   is/are derived from   
Snails
French cuisine, usually served as an appetizer.
Germany
   had a leader   
Josef Goebbels
Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda
Charlie
   features in   
Charlie's Angels
Tells
   is missing from the title of   
Every Picture ___ a Story
Rod Stewart (1971)
Chemophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Chemicals
Wild Animals
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Archer Daniels
   was named after   
George A. Archer and John W. Daniels
A Watched Kettle
      
Never Boils
Deep Purple
   has the opening line   
When the Deep Purple Falls over Sleepy Garden Walls
Originally published in 1933 by Peter de Rose as a piano solo, lyrics were added in 1939 by Mitchell Parish.
Belgium
   has the capital   
Brussels
Brussels is first mentioned in a 7th-century manuscript. The traditional year of the establishment of Brussels is said to be 580, when Saint Géry (or Saint Gorik), the Bishop of nearby Cambrai made a narrow escape from the Forest of Soignes through which he was travelling, and decided to build a chapel to the site. The settlement grew into a significant village and in the 9th century developed into a town.
Spice Girls
   won for the movie   
"Spice World"
1998 - Soundtrack was good though.
Brussels Airlines
   is based in   
Belgium
National carrier. Zavntem (Brussels)
Family Jewels
   means   
Testicles
H. G. Wells
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
War of the Worlds (2005)
Based on the 1898 book
Private Parts
   is a euphemism for   
Genitals






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