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Auk
   is   
A Diving Sea Bird
Great Auk
   belong to the order   
Charadriiformes
Extinct; last birds killed in Iceland in 1844
Jessie Greengrass
   won the award for the book   
An Account Of The Decline Of The Great Auk According To One Who Saw It
2016
Namibia
   is the location of   
Namib-Naukluft National Park
Milwaukee
   is situated in   
Wisconsin
Archdiocese
Aetios Kaukasios
   was/were   
Gigantic Eagles
Fed on the liver of the chained Titan Prometheus
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
   recorded   
Roberto Sierra: Missa Latina
With Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano; Naxos, 2009
Chuck Dressen
   was manager of   
Milwaukee Braves
1960-1961
Spencer Tracy
   was born in   
Milwaukee, U.S.A.
Birdie Tebbetts
   was manager of   
Milwaukee Braves
1961-1962
Zdenek Mácal
   was music director of the   
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
1986-1995
Taiwan Gulper Shark
   has the Latin name   
Centrophorus Niaukang
Lithuania
   is the location of   
Aukštaitija National Park
Happy Days
   is set in   
Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI
Milwaukee
      
Brewers
Milwaukee
   has an N.B.A. team called the   
Bucks
A 1968 expansion team
Tewaukon
   is located in   
North Dakota
Protects important wetland and prairie grassland habitats
Lake County
   has the county seat   
Waukegan
Formed out of McHenry County in 1839 -- named for Lake Michigan -- boyhood home of comedian Jack Benny -- birthplace of science fiction authors Ray Bradbury and Kim Stanley Robinson and NFL legendary quarterback Otto Graham
Akademiya Nauk Range
   are located in   
Tajikistan
Situated in the Western Pamirs of Tajikistan. Academy of Sciences Range, 24 summits at more than 6.000'
Phil Garner
   was manager of   
Milwaukee Brewers
1992-1999
Chepauk
   test cricket ground is in   
Chennai
The M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Tamil Nadu, India was first used for Test cricket on 10th February 1934
1971
   was won by   
Milwaukee Bucks
Defeated the Baltimore Bullets
Cream City
   is a nickname for   
Milwaukee, WI
Norway
   entered with   
"Hold On Be Strong" by Maria Haukaas Storeng
5th place - 182
Black Hawk
   is famous for being a   
Sauk Resister to U.S. Expansion
1768-1838
Milwaukee Bucks
   play at the   
Bradley Center
Jorma Kaukonen
   has played guitar in   
Hot Tuna
Jorma Kaukonen
   has played guitar in   
Jefferson Airplane
American Blues, Folk & Rock guitarist
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
   is at   
43°03'N 87°57'W
United States
Cunningham Family (Happy Days)
   can be found at   
565 N Clinton Drive, Milwaukee, WI
Marquette University
   is in   
Milwaukee
Wisconsin
Missouri
   the highest point is   
Taum Sauk Mt. 1,772 Feet
Felix Alderisio
   has the nickname   
Milwaukee Phil
Mafia boss
Apple
   has a variety named   
Pewaukee
Asakiwaki
   is the original tribal name of the   
Sauk
Asakiwaki (or Osakiwuk) means 'people of the outlet' and refers to their original homeland on Michigan's Saginaw Bay which gets its name from them. Sometimes translated as 'yellow earth people'. Sauk (Also Sak, Osawkee, Saki, Saque, and Sawkee) is a shortened form of the tribal name .
General Mitchell
   International Airport is in   
Milwaukee, U.S.A.
It is named after United States Army Air Service General Billy Mitchell raised in Milwaukee and is often regarded as the father of the United States Air force
1957
   World Series Champions were the   
Milwaukee Braves
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Lew Burdette
Deutsches Blaukoepfiges Fleischschaf
   is a breed of   
Sheep
Beer City
   Means   
Milwaukee
Raukumara Abyssal Plain
   is found in the   
Pacific Ocean
Auk, Moa, Kipi
   are all   
Extinct Birds
The Dodo & Passenger Pigeon are 2 others
Mike Budenholzer
   is Head Coach of   
Milwaukee Bucks
Steve Miller
   was born in   
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Mile
   is in   
West Allis, Wisconsin
1.000-mile oval
Robin Yount
   is famous for   
Milwaukee Brewers Shorstop, 1974-1993
3142 hits
Montauk Point Lighthouse
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
1979 - New York
Buck Rodgers
   was manager of   
Milwaukee Brewers
1980-1982
Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
   has the patron saint   
John the Evangelist






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