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Tove Jansson
   wrote   
Comet in Moominland
Published in 1946
Comet Falls
   is situated in   
Pierce County
Challenger Disaster, Chernobyl Disaster, Iran-Contra Scandal, Haley’s Comet Returned
   are all   
Major Events of 1986
Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910, Born & Died With Halley’s Comet
   are all   
Facts About Mark Twain
Beloved American Humorist and Writer, raised in Hannibal, Missouri right along the banks of the Mississippi River from which he would find the inspiration for many of his stories. , Only 2 of his 7 Siblings Survived Childhood. He became a steamboat pilot, which rewarded him with about $250 per month – the equivalent of about &155,000 today. When his dream about his brother’s death on one of the Steamboats came true about a month later, Twain joined parapsychology groups, but was guilt-stricken over his brother’s death for life.
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Comet
A Long Comet to Wrong the Governor, Hunger, Burning Fever, Fire and Reek of Blood:
   is found in   
Almanacs 1555 - 1563, Quatrain No.30
A long comet to wrong the Governor, Hunger, burning fever, fire and reek of blood: To all estates Jovial Ones in great honor, Sedition by the Shaven ones, ignited.
The Comet
   is the alter ego of   
John Dickering
Powers: able to make huge leaps in the air and able to fire beams from eyes
Comet I
   was from   
The U.K.
Comet
   is designated as a   
Cruiser Tank
1531
      
Halley's Comet Made an Appearance
Julian calendar; first comet to be recognized as periodic
James
   manufactured the   
Comet
98cc commuter
Bailey's
      
Comet
Bailey's Irish Cream,butterscotch schnapps, Goldschlager, rum and cinnamon. A very thin layer of rum is poured over the mixed ingredients with a sprinkling of cinnamon on top. When the rum is lit, the burning cinnamon produces a sparkling effect.
"Rock Around the Clock"
   was released by   
Bill Haley and His Comets
1955 - inducted in 1982; 8 weeks as #1 on the Billboard chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Oncometer
   is used for   
Measuring Change in Size of Internal Organs
Comets
   is described as   
Nebulous Objects of Ice and Dust That Orbit the Sun
Generally in highly eccentric orbits
Alberto Giacometti
   created the sculpture   
Piazza, 1947
Bronze, Guggenheim Museum, New York
Bill Haley
   and   
The Comets
Bill Haley & The Comets
   performed   
See You Later Alligator
1956, US 6, UK 7
Rock Around The Clock (1956)
   starred   
Bill Haley & The Comets and The Platters
Director: Fred F. Sears. Also starred Tony Martinez, Freddie Ball and Alan Freed.
Bill Haley and His Comets
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Rock Around the Clock
November 25 1955 for 3 weeks and January 6 1956 for 2 weeks
Jawzahr
   is   
The Islamic Dragon Said to Be Responsible for Comets, Eclipses and the Aurora Borealis
Bruce Boston
   won the award for the poem   
For Spacers Snarled in the Hair of Comets
1985, Best Short Poem
Alberto Giacometti
   was a   
Sculptor
1901-1966
Comets
   is based in   
Houston
Now defunct
50,000AU from the Sun, Over 1 Trillion Comets, About 1 Light Year Away
   are all   
Descriptions of the Oort Cloud
Mecometer
   is used for   
Measuring Length
Phacometer
   is used for   
Measuring Lenses
Pharmacometer
   is used for   
Measuring Drugs
Viscometer
   is used for   
Measuring Viscosity
"Bart's Comet"
   featured the chalkboard gag   
"Cursive Writing Does Not Mean What I Think It Does"
Alberto Giacometti
   created the sculpture   
Woman With Her Throat Cut, 1932
Mickey Charles Mantle (1951-68)
   had the nickname   
"The Mick," "The Commerce Comet," or "Muscles"
Franche-Comete , France
   has this flag:   

Bill Haley and His Comets
   released the single   
Shake, Rattle & Roll
1954; cover of early rock classic; reached #7 on the Billboard pop chart spending a half-year on the chart
Bill Haley and His Comets
   released the single   
Crazy Man, Crazy
1953; first recognized rock and roll recording to hit the American music charts






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