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The Blue Nile
   released the album   
Peace At Last (1996)
Nile Kinnick
   died in   
1943 aged 24 in a plane Crash
college football running back (University of Iowa) American
1939
   the winner was   
Nile Kinnick
HB of Iowa
Agatha Christie
   wrote   
Death on the Nile
1937.
Nile River
   is the   
Longest River on Earth
Researchers in Brazil are now claiming that the Amazon is longer, but historically it's been given that the Nile is the longest.
Anukis
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of the Nile
Goddess of innundation. Huntress. Woman with plumed headdress. (Anket)
Satet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of the Nile
Also spelt Satis, Satjit, Sates, Satet, and Sati) was the deification of the floods of the Nile River. goddess with white crown and antelope horns. Other interpretations say her primary role was that of the war goddess. After Khnum became considered a form of Ra, she became known as the Eye of Ra.
Sobek
   is the Egyptian   
God of Nile Products
God of Nile products and Fertility, Patron of the Army and Military. A creator god. n some Egyptian creation myths, it was Sobek who first came out of the waters of chaos to create the world. Crocodile or crocodile-headed god
Cairo
   stands on the   
Nile
Egypt ~The Nile river in Egypt and the Willamette river in Oregon are the only rivers that flow Northward. ~RT
Flooding of the Nile (Egypt)
   is held on   
August 15th
Blue Nile, White Nile, Nile
   are all   
Sudanese Rivers
Nile, Blue Nile, White Nile
   are all   
Egyptian Rivers
6690
   is the number of   
Kilometres in the Length of the Nile River
Nile
   River runs through   
Ethiopia
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Blue Nile
   River runs through   
Ethiopia
1,600 km. Ethiopia / Sudan
Blue Nile
   River runs through   
Sudan
1,600 km Ethiopia / Sudan
Nile
   River runs through   
Eritrea
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Sudan
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Uganda
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Tanzania
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Kenya
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Rwanda
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Burundi
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
Egypt
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nile
   River runs through   
The Democratic Republic of the Congo
6,650 km. Ethiopia / Eritrea / Sudan / Uganda / Tanzania / Kenya / Rwanda / Burundi / Egypt / Democratic Republic of the Congo
Marie Van Schuyler
   is played by Bette Davis in   
Death on the Nile (1978)
Also starred: Peter Ustinov, Mia Farrow, George Kennedy, Maggie Smith, Angela Lansbury, Olivia Hussey, David Niven
Nile Rodgers
   has played guitar in   
Chic
American, wrote a lot of Disco songs
Jack Colton
   was played by Michael Douglas in   
Jewel of the Nile (1985)
Lily of the Nile
   belongs to the genus   
Agapanthus
The Jewel Of The _____
   is missing   
Nile
1985. Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas. Sequel to Romancing the Stone.
Ah Satan Sees Natasha, Senile Felines, Do Geese See God?
   are all   
Palindromes
Sentences that read the same forwards or backwards
Niles Crane
   appears in   
Frasier
Neoteny
   means   
Retention of Juvenile Characteristics in Adults
Egypt
   can be described as   
"The Gift of the Nile"
Ulm, Nile, Leipzig, Dresden
   are all   
Famous Battles of the Napoleanic Wars
No Tener Para Un Bocado
   means   
To Be Completely Penniless
Without a mouthful
Not Even in the Ball Game
   means   
Confused, Senile Patient
Niles the Butler
   appears in   
The Nanny
Penniless
   in French is   
Sans Argent
Without money






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