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Laos
   uses the   
Kip
kip (LAK)
Kip
   means   
Sleep
Driven (2001)
   starred   
Sylvester Stallone, Burt Reynolds and Kip Pardue
Director: Renny Harlin. Also starred Stacy Edwards, Til Schweiger and Gina Gershon
Kip
   in American would be   
Nap
Rudyard Kipling
   created the character   
Bagheera
Jungle Book, 1894
Yellow Dog Dingo
   appears in   
Rudyard Kipling
Just So Stories
Rudyard Kipling
   is buried in   
Westminster Abbey, London, England
Poets Corner, died 1936
1973
   was the year   
Yom Kippur War Began
Egypt and Syria against Israel
Inskip Peninsula
   is located in   
Australia
Queensland
Skip Spence
   has played guitar in   
Moby Grape
The Skipper
   appears in   
Gilligan's Island
Jonas Grumby
Skippy (1931)
   starred   
Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Mitzi Green and Jackie Searl
Director: Norman Taurog. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1931. The Director won the Academy Award for Directing.
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli and Baloo (1997)
Based on the 1946 book 'Second Jungle Book'
1907
   the winner was   
Rudyard Kipling
United Kingdom, 1865-1936; "in consideration of the power of observation, originality of imagination, virility of ideas and remarkable talent for narration which characterize the creations of this world famous writer"
Twilight
   in Filipino is   
Takip Silim
1973
   was the year   
Yom Kippur War Began
Egypt and Syria against Israel
Hairst Bree, Kippers, Collops, Haggis, Hatted Kit
   are all   
Scottish Foods
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
Tripudiate
   means   
To Dance, Skip or Leap With Excitement
"Oh the Road to Mandalay Where the Flyin' Fishes Play, an the Dawn Comes up Like Thunder Outer China Crost the Bay"
   are the closing lines of   
Mandalay by Rudyard Kipling
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
The Jungle Book
1894
Kiplinger’s, Forbes, Economist
   are all   
Magazines Featuring Finance
P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang (1982)
   starred   
John Albasiny, Abigail Cruttenden and Maurice Gee
Michael Apted. Also starred Alison Steadman, Mark Brailsford & Christopher Karallis. Plot: The plot of one the early Channel Four films is sweet and simple. Boy likes girl at school, but is too embarrassed to confront her...
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
How the Leopard Got His Spots
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
The Elephant's Child
1865-1936
Gilligan
   is the sidekick of   
The Skipper
Gilligan's Island.
SKIP IT
   means   
Veto of Fighter COMMIT, Usually Followed With Further Directions
Rudyard Kipling
   created the character   
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
The Jungle Book
'Gunga Din' by Rudyard Kipling
   has the opening lines   
You May Talk O'gin and Beer when You're Quartered Safe out 'ere...
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
If
"If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you …"
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Jungle Book (1967)
Based on the 1894 book. The vultures are a homage to the Beatles.
Skip
   in American would be   
Dumpster
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Jungle Book (1967)
Based on the 1894 book. The vultures are a homage to the Beatles.
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
Just So Stories
1902
Rudyard Kipling
   is famous for being   
The Youngest Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
1907, aged 42
Rudyard Kipling
   was born in   
Bombay, India
1865-1936. Was a leading English short-story writer, poet, and novelist
'If' by Rudyard Kipling
   has the opening lines   
If You Can Keep Your Head when All About You Are Losing Theirs...
And blaming it on you
'Mandalay' by Rudyard Kipling
   has the opening lines   
By the Old Moulmein Pagoda, Lookin' Eastward to the Sea...
There's a Burma girl a-settin', and I know she thinks o' me
Rudyard Kipling
   created the character   
Mowgli
Jungle Book
Walking Catfish, Flying Fish, Mudskippers
   are all   
Fish Out of Water
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
Mandalay
"By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' eastward to the sea"
Auk, Moa, Kipi
   are all   
Extinct Birds
The Dodo & Passenger Pigeon are 2 others
Peter Pan, Jif, Skippy
   are all   
Brands of Peanut Butter
Contrary to popular belief, agronomist George Washington Carver had no hand in inventing peanut butter…in 1890, George A. Bayle Jr. began to sell ground peanut paste as a “vegetarian protein supplement” for people with bad teeth…
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
Gunga Din
"You may talk o' gin and beer when you're quartered safe out 'ere"
Harbour, Barber
   is the rhyming definition of   
Skipper, Clipper
Washington D.C. Hospital Center Blues
   was performed by   
Skip James
1965
Wilson Kipketer
   has excelled in   
Track and Field
Olympics - 1 Silver, 1 Bronze. World Championships - 3 Gold Medals
Rudyard Kipling
   wrote   
The Tomb of His Ancestors
First published in The Day's Work, 1898






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