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Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Ltd
   has which symbol   
Shawnee State University
   is in   
Thomas Pynchon
   created the character   
Dr Edward Pointsman
Gravity's Rainbow
Man Turns Into Scotsman
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
Mrs Podgorny, knitting: "Angus, how are y'going to get 48,000,000 kilts into the van?" Angus: "I'll have t'do it in two goes." Mrs Podgorny: "D'you not ken that the Galaxy of Andromeda is two million, two hundred thousand light years away?" Angus: "Is that so?" Mrs Podgorny: "Aye ... and you've never been further than Berwick-on-Tweed..."
Unexploded Scotsmen
   was performed by   
Cleese and Idle
Opening shot: ...a Scotsman lying on his back with his knees drawn up in the middle of a field. Two Russian bomb experts are crawling towards him cautiously. SUPERIMPOSED CAPTION: 'UNEXPLODED SCOTSMAN DISPOSAL SQUAD' They go to work on him. Tense close ups. They sweat. Finally they remove his head. One of them runs hurriedly and places it in a bucket labelled 'Vodka '. SUPERIMPOSED CAPTION: 'WHISKY' The sound of drunken gurglings comes from the bucket.
Charles Dickens
   was born in   
Portsmouth, England
1812; writer
Feejee Mermaid
   was perpetrated by   
Indonesian Craftsmen
A mummified body of a creature that was half mammal and half fish. The original exhibit was popularized by circus great P.T. Barnum. It came into his possession via his counterpart Moses Kimball. In reality, it was made using either papier-mâché and materials from exotic fish, or the tail of a fish and a torso of a baby orangutan, stitched together with the head of a monkey.
The Twelve Huntsmen
   was written by   
The Brothers Grimm
Children's and Household Tales, 1812
Kamikaze Scotsmen
   was performed by   
Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
He's in a state of Itsubishi Kyoko McSayonara ... It's the fifth state that a Scotsman can achieve, sir. He's got to finish himself off by lunchtime or he thinks he's let down the Emperor, sir.
Portsmouth FC
   play at   
Fratton Park
Managed by caretaker boss Paul Hart. Current holders of English FA Cup after beating Cardiff City 1-0 at Wembley Stadium on 17 May 2008.
Is the South Coast Route Running from Cadnam, West of Southampton, to Portsmouth.
HMS Mary Rose
   was famous for being   
The Ship That Sank in 1545 off Portsmouth
Straitsmouth Island Lighthouse
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
1896 - Massachusetts
Huntsman Spider
   has the Latin name   
Heteropoda Venatoria
Sparassidae Family
The Batsmen of the Kalahari
   was performed by   
Chapman, Jones and Palin
Commentator: "Warwickshire had dismissed the Kalahari Batsmen for 140, and then it was their turn to face this extraordinary Kalahari attack. Pratt was the first to go, but Pratt and Pratt put on a second wicket stand of nought, which was broken by Odinga in his most hostile mood..." (cut to a bowler thundering towards the wicket.....as he reaches the crease he produces a spear and raises it to shoulder height and hurls it)
Pawtucket, Warwick, Portsmouth
   are all   
Cities in Rhode Island
Golden Huntsman Spider
   has the Latin name   
Olios Fasciculatu
Sparassidae Family
The Flying Scotsman (1929)
Dino Galvani, Gordon Harker and Alec Hurley
Director: Castleton Knight. Also starred Pauline Johnson, Moore Marriott & Ray Milland. Plot: A young fireman on the famous Flying Scotsman locomotive falls in love with a beautiful young woman...
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Cardiff City 0-1 Portsmouth
Treaty of Portsmouth
Ends the Russo-Japanese War.
Gary Anderson
   had the nickname   
The Flying Scotsman
'Address to the Lord' by John Berryman
   has the opening lines   
Master of Beauty, Craftsman of the Snowflake...
Inimitable contriver, endower of Earth 1914-1917
The Scotsman
   is published in   
Edinburgh, Scotland. Scottish national daily newspaper
Russell Coutts
   is known as a   
Born 1962, considered by many to be the best match racer in the world, he has won the America's Cup 3 times and various sailing world championships
   football club is known as   
A Brightsmith
A Metal Worker
Michael Nyman
   wrote music for   
The Draughtsman's Contract (1982)
    Santa is commonly called   
There are the dozens of names used for the German Father Christmas or Santa Claus. The four main names are Kristkindl, Nickel, Klaus and Niglo. Then there are many more local or regional names: Aschenmann, Bartl, Boozenickel, Hans Trapp, Klaubauf, Krampus, Pelznickel, Ruhklas, Ruprecht, and Schmutzli.
   is situated in   
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Portsmouth 4 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
Treaty of Portsmouth
Ends Queen Anne's War hostilities between the Abenakis and the Province of Massachusetts Bay.
Sir Peter Blake
   is known as a   
1948-2001, had won the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989 and the Jules Verne Trophy in 1994, he was murdered by pirates in 2001 during an environmental exploration trip in South America
Peter Blake
   is famous for being a   
New Zealander. Led his country to 2 America's Cup victories in 1995 and 2000. Previously won the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989, and the Jules Verne Trophy in 1994 by setting the fastest time around the world of 74 days 22 hours 17 minutes 22 seconds on catamaran Enza.
Portsmouth Sea Life Centre
   is found in   
Portsmouth Hampshire, England. Aquaria

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