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TT
   is the international car registration for   
Trinidad and Tobago
Chad
   has the mark   
TT
X-Ecutioners
   released the album   
General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners (2005)
Hewlett-Packard
   was named after   
William Hewlett & David Packard
J. K. Rowling
   wrote   
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
(1999) No.11 top selling children's hardcover book of all time as of 2000.
Candy Floss
   in American would be   
Cotton Candy
Amerithrax
   is a combination of   
American and Anthrax Attacks
7th
   in succession to throne British throne is   
Archie Mountbatten- Windsor
Great-grandson of Elazabeth II
J. K. Rowling
   wrote   
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
(2000) No. 5 top selling children's hardcover book of all time as of 2000
Cattle
   is represented by   

UK road sign
A Watched Kettle
      
Never Boils
Julia Roberts
   won the Golden Globe for   
Pretty Woman
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1990
Large
   is an antonym of   
Little
Top
   is an antonym of   
Bottom
"MTV Unplugged: Tony Bennett"
   was released by   
Tony Bennett
1995 - Album of the Year
The Fox Never Found a Better Messenger
      
Than Himself
Luciano Pavarotti
   wrote   
Luciano Pavarotti: My Own Story
Published 1982
Rodeo
   means   
A Spectacle Involving Cowboys and Wild Horses and Cattle
Little
   in French is   
Petit
Gottlieb
   was named after   
David Gottlieb
Big Trouble In Little _____
   is missing   
China
1986.
Big
   is an antonym of   
Little
Product
   in Sicilian is   
Produttu
Toilet
   in Italian is   
Toilette
Also called "bagno" or "servizi"
Mad Hatter
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Doctor
   in Italian is   
Dottore
Transponder
   is a combination of   
Transmitter and Responder
Shake
   ,   
Rattle, Roll
Early rock n' roll song
F. Scott Fitzgerald
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Great Gatsby (1974)
Won 2 Oscars for Best Costume Design and Best Music. Starred Robert Redford and Mia Farrow
Mother
   in German is   
Mutter
Daimler-Benz
   was named after   
Gottlieb Daimler Karl Benz
To DaimlerChrysler
Bennett Schneider
   was named after   
Bennett Bernard Schneider
Social Disease
   is a euphemism for   
Sexually-transmitted Disease
USA
   had a leader   
George Patton
3rd US army
Domingo
   ,   
Carreras, Pavarotti
The three tenors
Charles Darwin
   wrote   
The Life and Letters Of Charles Darwin
Published 1876. Edited by his son Frances Darwin after his death.
Miss Potter (2006)
   is a film about   
Beatrix Potter
Portrayed by Renée Zellweger
Davy Crockett
   was a/an   
Frontiersman
Soldier, politician and folk hero, 1786-1836
Bacon
   ,   
Lettuce, Tomato
Favorite sandwich
Tranceiver
   is a combination of   
Transmitter and Receiver
Benetton Group
   was named after   
Luciano Benetton
Underexposure
   is described as   
A Condition in Which Too Little Light Reaches the Film.
Producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
.tt
   internet domain is used by   
Trinidad and Tobago
Tottori
   has the capital   
Tottori
Ugly
   is an antonym of   
Pretty
Trump Air Shuttle, Airline,
   was named after   
Donald Trump
Attention
   is an antonym of   
Inattention
J. K. Rowling
   wrote   
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
1997. Carnegie Medal in Literature. No. 7 on the list of best-selling paperback children's books of all time in 2000. Aka 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone'.
Dumbbell
   means   
A Stupid or Dull-Witted Person
Jersey Joe Walcott
   fought out of   
The U.S.A
Modern. Inducted 1990






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