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NL
   is the international car registration for   
The Netherlands
Roy Campenella
   is famous for   
Dodger Catcher, 1948-1957, 3-time NL MVP
Career cut short by an automobile accident, 1958
Frank Robinson
   is famous for   
RF, 1956-1976; MVP Honors in Both AL and NL
586 HR's; won MVP honors for Reds and for Orioles
Joe Morgan
   is famous for   
Two-time NL MVP, 1975-76
Stole more than 49 bases nine times; part of the Big Red Machine of the 1970's
Bruce Sutter
   is famous for   
NL Relief Pitcher With 300 Saves, ERA of 2.83
Won the Cy Young in 1979
Nuevo León
   has the postal code   
NL
Dunlop
   was named after   
John Boyd Dunlop
GPO
   means   
Good for Parts Only (won't Survive)
WNL
   means   
Will Not Listen; Patient Won't Take Medical Advice
Hydrocarbon
   means   
Compounds Containing Only Hydrogen and Carbon Atoms
Morgan Stanley
   has which symbol   
MS
Moonlight
   means   
A Second Job
Ian Fleming
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Based on the stories 'For Your Eyes Only, Risico'
Heureux Au Jeu, Malheureux En Amour
   means   
Lucky at Cards, Unlucky at Love
Happy at the game, unhappy at love
We've Only Just Begun
   was released by   
The Carpenters
1970 - inducted in 1998; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Around the World in Eighty Days (1956)
   has the tagline   
It's a Wonderful World, if You'll Only Take the Time to Go Around It!
Dunlop Manufacturing
   was named after   
Jim Dunlop
Gild
   is   
To Thinly Coat With Gold
Also, to adorn something past the point of practicality as in, 'gilded lily'
The song Beauty’s Only ____ Deepis missing the body part Skin
The Temptations (US Top 10 (3), R&B No. 1 (1))
Money
   is missing from the title of   
We're Only in It for the ___
Frank Zappa (1968)
Finland
   has the capital   
Helsinki
In 1550 Helsinki was established as a trading town by King Gustav Vasa.
Nova
   is   
A Star That Suddenly and Temporarily Increases in Brightness
Blowup
   is described as   
An Enlargement.
Dedicated Flash
   is described as   
A Fully Automatic Flash That Works Only With Specific Cameras.
.fi
   internet domain is used by   
Finland
Air Greenland
   is based in   
Greenland
National carrier.
Stanley Frank Musial (1941-63)
   had the nickname   
“Stan the Man”
Finley Peter Dunne
   said   
"The Past Always Looks Better Than It Was. It's Only Pleasant Because It Isn't Here"
American author, writer and humorist
____ Serenade
   contains the word   
Moonlight
Glenn Miller
Morgan Stanley
   was named after   
Henry S. Morgan and Harold Stanley
Lawful
   is an antonym of   
Unlawful
Finland
   is situated in   
Europe
William McKinley
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1897
Negative Holder
   is described as   
A Device Designed to Position a Negative in an Enlarger.
Earth
      
Is the Only Planet Known to Have Life
Although the exoplanet, Gliese 581 C, is thought to support liquid water and to harbor life
James Bond
   was played by Sean Connery in   
You Only Live Twice
Once more he played the role of James Bond -- this time taking espionage to new levels namely outer space. Little Nellie was arguable the highlight of the movie. Donald Plesance played Blofeld. Nancy Sinatra sang the theme song.
Finnair
   is based in   
Finland
Largest airline and the national flag carrier. Oneworld
Buses and Cycles Only
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Stanley Works
   was named after   
Frederick Trent Stanley
Body
   is missing from the title of   
Only Want You For Your ___
Buffalo (1974)
We Only Got
      
Four Minutes to Save the World
“Four Minutes” by Justin Timberlake and Madonna
The U.S.A.
   is the location of   
Canyonlands National Park
FIN
   is the international car registration for   
Finland
Until 1993 the nationality mark SF (Suomi/Finland) was used, since that time it is FIN.
NLPR
   means   
No Longer Playing Records (dying)
ANL
   Means   
Automatic Noise Limiter
Dumb & Dumber (1994)
   has the tagline   
If They Each Had Half a Brain, Together They Would Still Only Have Half a Brain.
Trams Only
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Ringing Bells, Knots, Garlic, Sunlight
   are all   
Things That Ward off Vampires
Unless they are in Twilight of course
Finnish
   is an official language of   
Finland






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