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Awl
   is   
A Pointed Punching Tool
Subulate
   is shaped like an   
Awl
Gawler Ranges
   are located in   
Australia
Found in South Australia to the north of Eyre Peninsula.
Lou Rawls
   was a   
Musician
Jazz singer
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
   has excelled in   
Tennis
4 Time Australian Open Winner, Two Time Wimbledon Winner, Winner French Open 1971
Fawlty Towers
   featured the character   
Basil Fawlty
Played by John Cleese
The Beer-N-Brawl
   appears in   
The Simpsons
Redneck bar in Spittle County
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
   featured   
The Carpet Crawlers
1974
Fugs
   released the album   
It Crawled Into My Hand, Honest (1968)
Never Let Me Down
   featured   
Time Will Crawl
1987
The U.K.
   had the general   
Sir Henry Rawlinson
General 
One Meat Brawl (1947)
   featured   
Porky Pig
Also featuring Foghorn Leghorn
1974
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
Molly and Lawless John (1972)
   starred   
Vera Miles, Sam Elliott and Clu Gulager
Director: Gary Nelson. Also starred John Anderson, Cynthia Myers & Charles Pinney. Plot: Molly (Miles), the shy, romance-starved wife of an arrogant frontier sheriff, finds herself drawn to a prisoner in her husband's jail...
Bawl
   is   
Howl or Cry Loudly
Mizzen
   is defined as (a)   
Sail of a Ketch, Yawl, or 3-masted Schooner on the Aft Mast
The Yearling
   was written by   
Marjorie Kinan Rawlings
1939
Fawlty Towers
   featured the character   
Polly Sherman
Played by Connie Booth
Nightcrawler
   has the mutation/power of   
Line of Sight Teleportation
Neomorphic physiology grants him a prehensile tail, blue fur, invisibility in shadows, night vision and wall-crawling. Former Catholic priest. Son of Mystique. Real name: Kurt Wagner
Crawlin' ___ Blues
   contains the word   
Kingsnake
B. B. King
James Frawley
   directed   
Fraternity Vacation (1985)
Fawlty Towers
   featured the character   
Sybil Fawlty
Played by Prunella Scales
Fray
   is   
A Brawl
A scuffle or fight
Nightcrawler
   is the alter ego of   
Kurt Wagner
A member of the X-Men; a mutant superhuman teleporting German.
Fawlty Towers
   featured the character   
Major Gowen
Played by Ballard Berkeley
Australian Crawl
   sang the song   
Oh No Not You Again
Series 3
   U.K. Big Brother winner was   
Kate Lawler
Fawlty Towers
   is set in   
Torquay
Apple
   has a variety named   
Crawley Beauty
Live Over Europe 2007
   featured   
The Carpet Crawlers
2007
Georges De La Tour
   painted   
The Musicians' Brawl (Hurdy-Gurdy Group)
C. 1625-1630, oil on canvas; The Getty Center, Los Angeles
William Crawley
   performed the blues song   
Geechie Riber Blues (1927)
Lucy Lawless
   was born in   
Auckland, New Zealand
March 29, 1968
Porthcawl Breakwater Lighthouse
   is located in   
Wales
1860 - Porthcawl
Awls
   is   
Pointed Tools for Making Holes
Fawlty Towers
   featured the character   
Manuel
Played by Andrew Sachs
1975
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
   has the last line:   
"And Crawling on the Planet's Face, Some Insects Called the Human Race. Lost in Time, and Lost in Space...and Meaning."
Nightcrawler
   was portrayed by   
Alan Cumming
“X2” (2003), “X-Men: The Last Stand” (2006)
Richard Hawley
   had a U.K. Top 40 single hit with   
Tonight The Streets Are Ours
2007
Living Dead Girl
   has the lyric:   
Crawl on Me, Sink Into Me, Die for Me,
Rob Zombie
Columbine Crawl
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
472 Meters in Depth
Australia
   is the location of   
Gawler Ranges National Park
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
   is known as a   
Tennis Player
Born 1951
1976
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
J. Searle Dawley
   directed   
Snow White (1916)
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
   wrote   
Gal Young Un
1933; Harper's Magazine
Nightcrawlers
   Means   
Many Police in the Area
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
   is famous for being a   
Tennis Player
Australian, born 1951, won Australian Open 4 tiimes, Wimbledon twice (1971,80), French once (1971)






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