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Sydney Carton
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
A Tale of Two Cities
Lawyer who is able to get a charge of treason reversed for Charles Darnay due to a strong physical resemblance. He later takes Darnay's place at the guillotine. Quote: It is a far, far better thing I do than I have ever done, it is a far, far better rest I go to than I have ever known.
2000
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Sydney
The SCG
   test cricket ground is in   
Sydney
The Sydney Cricket Ground, New South Wales, Australia was first used for Test cricket on 17th February 1882
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
Tootsie (1982)
1938
   Commonwealth Games host was   
Sydney
Sydney Harbour Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Bridge was formally opened on 19 March 1932. Known as "the Coathanger". Paul Hogan of Crocodile Dundee fame, once was a bridge-painter on this bridge.
New South Wales
   has the capital   
Sydney
NSW
Sydney
   is in   
Nova Scotia
Sydney Opera House
   is in   
Sydney
Australia
Sydney
   Airport has the code   
SYD
New South Wales, Australia
Emerald City
   is a nickname for   
Sydney
New South Wales. After a 1987 play of the same name by David Williamson.
Australian Associated Press
   news agency is based in   
Sydney
AAP - Founded 1935.
Sydney Opera House
   was designed by   
Jorn Urtzon
Expressionist Modern period , 1957-1973, built in Sydney, Australia
Sydney Opera House
   is situated in   
Sydney, Australia
Abstraction & Creativity; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
They Knew What They Wanted
   was written by   
Sydney Howard
1925
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
Absence of Malice (1981)
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
Bobby Deerfield (1977)
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
Out of Africa (1985)
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
The Firm (1993)
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
The Way We Were (1973)
Sydney Pollack
   directed   
Three Days of the Condor (1975)
Sydney
   is located in   
Australia
Sorry!
   featured the character   
Sydney Lumsden
Played by William Moore
Australia
   is the site of   
Sydney Opera House
Australia
   is the location of   
Sydney Harbour National Park
Flamingo Road (1949)
   starred   
Joan Crawford, Zachary Scott and Sydney Greenstreet
Director: Michael Curtiz
Michael Clayton (2007)
   starred   
George Clooney, Michael O’Keefe, Sydney Pollack and Tilda Swinton
Director: Tony Gilroy
Sydney Schanberg
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Killing Fields (1984)
Based on the 1985 book 'The Death and Life of Dith Pran'
Joe Nussbaum
   directed   
Sydney White (2007)
Shipyard Sally (1939)
   starred   
Gracie Fields, Sydney Howard and Morton Selten
Director: Monty Banks. Also starred Norma Varden, Oliver Wakefield & Tucker McGuire
Talk of the Devil (1936)
   starred   
Ricardo Cortez, Sally Eilers and Basil Sydney
Director: Carol Reed. Also starred Randle Ayrton, Frederick Culley & Cahrles Carson
Sydney
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Archdiocese
Luna Park Sydney
   is situated in   
Australia
Sydney, New South Wales
Sydney Pollack
   directed the film   
Out of Africa (1985)
1973
   was the year   
Sydney Opera House Opened
Sydney Pollack
   was a   
Film Director
Also a producer and actor. He directed more than 21 films and 10 television shows, acted in over 30 films or shows, and produced over 44 films. Pollack is best known for directing films Out of Africa (1985), Tootsie (1982), Three Days of the Condor (1975), The Yakuza (1975), The Way We Were and Jeremiah Johnson (1972), along with newer films The Interpreter (2005), Sabrina (1995), The Firm (1993) and Havana (1990). b. 1 July 1934 (Lafayette, Indiana, USA d. 26 May 2008 (Pacific Palisades, California) aged 73
Sydney Pollack
   was an   
Actor
Also a director and producer. He appeared in over 15 films, including The Interpreter (2005), Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Husbands and Wives (1992), The Player (1992), and The Electric Horseman (1979). In 2007, he appeared opposite George Clooney in Michael Clayton, a film which he also co-produced. b. 1 July 1934 (Lafayette, Indiana, USA d. 26 May 2008 (Pacific Palisades, California) aged 73
Sydney Bristow
   is a fictional secret agent in   
'Alias'
TV series. SD-6, CIA & APO field agent, Covenant assassin (DSR double agent)
Sydney Funnelweb Spider
   has the Latin name   
Atrax Robustus
Hexathelidae Family
Lift High the Cross
   was written by   
George W. Kitchin & Sydney Nicholson
Lyrics by Kitchin, music by Nicholson
Charles Sydney Smith
   won gold medals in   
Water Polo
Great Britain -- 1908-1920 -- 3/0/0=3
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
      
Humphrey Bogart, Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre
A wicked brew of ancient legends and modern greed, hard-nosed villains and cold-hearted heroes.
William Sydney Mount
   painted   
The Banjo Player
1856, oil on canvas; The Museum at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York
Sydney Brenner, H. Robert Horvitz and John E. Sulston
   won for work on   
Programmed Cell Death
2002
Sydney Barnes
   represented   
England
(1901-1914) A bowler who combined swing, seam and spin at medium-fast pace. His 189 Test wickets came at the rate of 7 per Test. He took 49 wickets at an average of 10.93 in 4 Tests on the 1913/14 tour to South Africa, a world record for wickets in a Test series, included a match haul of 17-159 in the 2nd Test at Johannesburg. In all he took 6 229 wickets at an average of 8.33.
Sydney Fairchild
   was played by Katharine Hepburn in   
A Bill of Divorcement (1932)
The Killing Fields (1984)
   is a film about   
Sydney Schanberg
Academy Award winning film starring Sam Waterston
Sydney Golden Wattle
   has the latin name   
Acacia Longifolia
Family name: Fabaceae
Sydney Carton
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
A Tale of Two Cities
Lawyer who is able to get a charge of treason reversed for Charles Darnay due to a strong physical resemblance. He later takes Darnay's place at the guillotine. Quote: It is a far, far better thing I do than I have ever done, it is a far, far better rest I go to than I have ever known.
Sydney Schanberg
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Killing Fields (1984)
Based on the 1985 book 'The Death and Life of Dith Pran'






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