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- 14 pounds equals one of these, if you're a Brit.
- A chauffeur, or a program that allows hardware to communicate with a computer's operating system.
- A doorstop is an example of this, one of the six simple machines.
- The "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" is mostly comprised of micro-particles of this.
- This element, also the name of a household appliance, is one of ten whose name and chemical symbol do not start with the same letter.
- This one-time Supreme Court nominee shares his last name with a term for a decorative wreath of flowers.
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- The 6th largest privately held company in the US, this candy manufacturer counts 3 Musketeers and Milky Way as two of its brands.
- This Sega video game console was the 32-bit successor to the Genesis.
- This company gives its name to an Art Deco-style skyscraper in New York City, at one time the tallest building in the world.
- This knife, primarily used for fighting, was developed by Jim Black in the 1800s and typically features a crossguard and a sheath.
- This movie about a pregnant teenager won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2007.
- This ultra-luxury car manufacturer is perhaps best known for its logo, which features the letter "B" flanked by a pair of wings.
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- Founded in 1908, this company's name has entered common parlance as a synonym for a vacuum cleaner.
- She had a small farm animal according to one song, and was proud according to another.
- The fictional son of Poseidon, he made his debut in 2005's The Lightning Thief.
- The first name of actress Bonham Carter, this word's origin comes from the Greek word for light.
- This guitar manufacturer based in El Cajon, California, is the (fittingly) preferred brand of 2014's top selling artist.
- This seaside city is the home of the US Naval Academy.
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- In Chinese, this animal's name is biànsèlóng, which literally translates to "changing-color dragon".
- In traditional Christianity, it belongs to one of three hierarchical Spheres.
- This brand of freeze-them-yourself popsicles comes in such electrifying flavors as "Sir Isaac Lime" and "Alexander the Grape".
- This computer abbreviation is used to describe memory that allows data to be retrieved in near-constant time regardless of where in memory that data lives.
- This oddly-spelled piece of maritime equipment has a disputed etymology — possibly deriving from the Latin boia, or "chain".
- You might hear this term for a fast-moving low pressure system the next time you get a manicure.
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- A commonly used name for a powder made by grinding a grain such as wheat.
- One of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world, this company was forced to recall the arthritis medication Vioxx in 2004.
- This English brewer and physicist spent much of his research trying to find the mechanical equivalent of heat.
- This computer programming language, widely used in the past as a teaching aid, was named for a French philosopher and mathematician.
- This eccentric scientist famously feuded with Edison over the best distribution method of electricity.
- This edible fruit has over 7,500 cultivars, including Jazz, Ambrosia, and Pink Lady.
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- In the Old Testament, he deceived his blind father and stole his older brother Esau's birthright.
- Not to be confused with its neighbor to the south, this West African country contains some of the world's largest uranium deposits.
- Ten kings of France bore this name, more than any other except for Louis.
- This retail goods behemoth surpassed Microsoft as the most valuable public company in the world in 2019.
- This small landlocked country straddles the border between France and Spain.
- This term for a small scrap of paper gained widespread public recognition in the aftermath of the 2000 US Presidential election.
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