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John Cleese
   is the stage name of   
John Cheese
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
"Two All Beef Patties Special Sauce Lettuce Cheese Pickles Onions on a Sesame Seed Bun"
1975 THE BIG MAC
CJ Boston
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cream Cheese and Jelly
One from the Alps
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Swiss Cheese Sandwich
Jack Benny
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cheese With Bacon
A Dog and Maggot
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Cracker and Cheese
Eve With a Moldy Lid
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Apple Pie With a Slice of Cheese
High Cheese
   is   
A High Fastball
Taco
   means   
A Shell of Cornmeal Filled With Meat, Cheese and Vegetables
Cheese
   in Italian is   
Formaggio
Cheese
   in French is   
Fromage
Queso
   is translated as   
Cheese
Cheese
   in Portuguese is   
Queijo
Cheese
   in German is   
Käse
Swiss Cheese
   means   
When a Defense Has a Lot of Holes in It
This team’s like Swiss Cheese, hit it anywhere you want!
The Dustbinmen
   featured the character   
Cheese and Egg
Played by Bryan Pringle
Edam Cheese Comes from France
   is   
False
The Netherlands
Cheese
   is/are derived from   
Milk
Robert Cormier
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
I Am the Cheese (1983)
Based on the 1977 book
Cabécou
   is the French for   
Small Round Goat Cheese
Croque-monsieur
   is the French for   
Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich
Croque-madame
   is the French for   
Grilled Ham, Cheese and Egg Sandwich
Fromage De Tête
   is the French for   
Head Cheese
Usually pork
Cheese
   in Macedonian is   
сирење/кашкавал
Kids Prefer Cheese Over Fried Green Spinach
   is a mnemonic for the   
Order of Taxonomy in Biology
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species.
Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
   was performed by   
Idle
Philip Jenkinson: "Horace Walpole's 'Rogue Cheddar', (sniff) one of the first of the Cheese Westerns to be later followed by 'Gunfight at Gruyere Corral', 'Ilchester 73', and 'The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence'. While I'm on the subject of Westerns, I want to take a closer look at one of my favourite film directors, Sam Peckinpah, the expatriate from Fresno, California."
The Cheese Shop
   was performed by   
Cleese and Palin
Customer choosing cheese: "Uuuuuh, Wensleydale?" Wenslydale: "Yes?" Customer: "Ah, well, I'll have some of that!" Wenslydale: "Oh! I thought you were talking to me, sir. Mister Wensleydale, that's my name." (pause) Customer: "Greek Feta?" Wenslydale: "Uh, not as such." Customer: "Gorgonzola?" Wenslydale: "nope..."
Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
   contains the line   
The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence
Philip Jenkinson: "Horace Walpole's 'Rogue Cheddar', (sniff) one of the first of the Cheese Westerns to be later followed by 'Gunfight at Gruyere Corral', 'Ilchester 73', and 'The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence'.
Tyrotoxism
   means   
Poisoning from a Toxin in Milk or Cheese
Tarlatan
   is   
A Starched, Open-weave Fabric, Much Like Cheese Cloth
Cheese
   in Pilipino is   
Keso
Cheese
   in Greek is   
τυρί
Tiromancy
   is divination by   
Using Cheese
Tyromancy
   is divination by   
Using Cheese Curds
Night In The Ruts
   featured   
Cheese Cake
1979
Cheese Shrub
   has the Latin name   
Morinda Royoc
Feta Cheese
   comes from   
Greece
Also: Fasolada & moussaka
Macaroni and Cheese
   comes from   
The U.S.A.
Also: Hot dog, apple pie, donut & Hamburger
Briefly
   is a bundle word for   
Cheese Loving Insect
Fromologist
   collects   
Cheese Labels
Cheese
   in Danish is   
Ost
Tarte Au Fromage
   is the French for   
Cheesecake






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