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26
   is the number of   
Letters in the English Alphabet
English
   is an official language of   
Antigua and Barbuda
English
   is an official language of   
Australia
English
   is an official language of   
The Bahamas
English
   is an official language of   
Barbados
English
   is an official language of   
Belize
English
   is an official language of   
Canada
English
   is an official language of   
Hong Kong
English
   is an official language of   
Ireland
English
   is an official language of   
Jamaica
English
   is an official language of   
New Zealand
English
   is an official language of   
St. Kitts and Nevis
English
   is an official language of   
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
English
   is an official language of   
Samoa
English
   is an official language of   
Seychelles
English
   is an official language of   
Singapore
English
   is an official language of   
Solomon Islands
English
   is an official language of   
South Africa
English
   is an official language of   
Trinidad and Tobago
English
   is an official language of   
United Kingdom
A Burn the British
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Toasted English Muffin
Florence Nightingale
   was   
An English Nurse During the Crimean War
The lady with the lamp
Ralph Fiennes
   starred in   
The English Patient (1996)
An English Toy Spaniel
   is classed as a   
Toy
1886--Mildmay Park Beauty
Bangers, Faggots, Spotted Dick, Cranachan
   are all   
English Foods
Salisbury, Lichfield, St. Paul’s
   are all   
English Cathedrals
Hudson, Drake, Cook
   are all   
English Explorers
The Letter 'e' is the Most Common Letter in the English Language
   is   
True
Approximately 11% of all letters in the English language are 'e'
The Letter "t" is the Second Most Common Letter Used in the English Language
   is   
True
Anglo
   means   
English
Anglophile
Thomas De Quincey
   wrote   
Confessions Of An English Opium Eater
1821
Stilton, Cheddar, Buxton Blue
   are all   
English Cheeses
An English Toy Terrier
   is classed as a   
Toy
An English Toy Spaniel
   is classed as   
Toy
Apple
   has a variety named   
English Beauty
Baa Baa Black Sheep
   possibly originated from   
Encouragement of the English Wool Industry
By King Edward II. First published in 1744
Johnny English
   is a fictional secret agent in   
'Johnny English (2003)'
British comic film parodying the James Bond secret agent genre. It starred Rowan Atkinson as the incompetent British spy of the title. The screenplay was written by Bond writers Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, with William Davies
Ralph Vaughan Williams
   composed   
"Four English Folk Songs"
English Channel
   is located in the   
Atlantic Ocean
Queen Victoria
   was/were the first   
English Monarch to Live in Buckingham Palace
1837
Elizabeth II
   was/were the first   
English Monarch to Have a Televised Coronation
1953
Winston Churchill
   wrote   
A History of the English Speaking Peoples
Anglomania
   is an obsession with   
English Manners and Customs
English Baroque Soloists
   recorded   
J.S. Bach-Mass in B Minor
John Eliot Gardiner; Archiv, 1985
Ralph Vaughan Williams
   composed   
English Folk Song Suite
For military band, 1923
English Boxwood
   has the latin name   
Buxus Semperviens
Family name: Buxaceae
English Lavender
   has the latin name   
Lavandula Angustifolia
Family name: Lamiaceae
Michael Ondaatje
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The English Patient (1997)
Based on the 1992 book. Won 9 Oscars including Best Supporting Actress, Best Picture, Best Costume Design and Best Director.
English
   in Danish is   
Engelsk
Bill English
   is/was the   
New Zealand Prime Minister
2016 - present. 39th N.Z. Prime Minister






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