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Keg
   is   
A Unit of Weight for Nails
Equal to 45.5 kilograms (100 pounds).
Dartmouth College
   has   
Keggy the Keg
Unoffical mascot. New Hampshire
Salpiform
   is shaped like a   
Beer Keg
The _____ Airmen
   is missing   
Tuskegee
1995. A dramatized account of the first all African-American Air Force squadron in WW II.
Fear and Trembling by Søren Kierkegaard
   was titled from the literary source   
Philippians 2:12
Soren Kierkegaard
   wrote   
Fear and Trembling
Soren Kierkegaard
   said   
"Life is Not a Problem to Be Solved, but a Reality to Be Experienced"
Danish philosopher and writer
Soren Kierkegaard
   said   
"People Demand Freedom of Speech to Make up for the Freedom of Thought Which They Avoid"
Danish philosopher and writer
Citroën-Kegresse
   is designated as a   
Transport
Lionel Richie
   was born in   
Tuskegee, U.S.A.
June 20, 1949
Ekegusii
   for "My name is":   
Korokura Kwa _____
Kenya
Samuel Barber
   composed   
Prayers of Kierkegaard
1954
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
Rosa Louise Parks
   was born in   
Tuskegee, U.S.A.
1913-2005. American civil rights activist
Up Rising
   featured the character   
Ronald Kegworthy
Played by Anton Rogers
Soren Aabye Kierkegaard
   was born in   
Copenhagen, Denmark
1813-1855. Philosopher and religious thinker, is considered one of the founders of existentialism
Up Rising
   featured the character   
Sally Kegworthy
Played by Nicola Pagett
Either/Or
   was written by   
Søren Kierkegaard
1843
Tuskegee National Forest
   is situated in   
Alabama
Men In Black (1997)
   contains the line   
"We're Not Hosting an Intergalactic Kegger Down Here."
The Sickness Unto Death
   was written by   
Søren Kierkegaard
1849, English translation, 1941; the concept of despair as it relates to the Christian concept of sin
Citroën-Kegresse
   was from   
Poland






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