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Amphibious
   in Navajo code is   
Chal
Literal translation, frog
Dodge
   had the model   
Challenger
1970
Gary Chalmers
   is   
Superintendent of Springfield's School District
Blasé
   means   
Nonchalant, Lackadaisical
Judith Chalmers
   has hosted   
Come Dancing
Challenger Disaster, Chernobyl Disaster, Iran-Contra Scandal, Haley’s Comet Returned
   are all   
Major Events of 1986
Bamber Gascoigne
   has hosted   
University Challenge
Robert Llewellyn
   has hosted   
Scrapheap Challenge
Insouciant
   means   
Marked by Blithe Unconcern; Nonchalant
Careless, indifferent, unconcerned.
1986
   was the year   
Space Shuttle Challenger Exploded
Space shuttle Challenger with seven crewmen explodes, Jan 28
Barefoot in the Park (1967)
   starred   
Robert Redford, Jane Fonda and Chales Boyer
Abraham
   was a   
Chaldean-born Settler of Canaan
Born c.2050 BC
Superintendent Chalmers
   appears in   
The Simpsons
Thailand
   is the location of   
Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park
Ken Jenkins, Sarah Chalke, Judy Reyes, Zach Braff
   are all   
Actors on Scrubs
First season aired in 2001
Ardagh Chalice
   was made in   
Ireland
Silver, gold, lead, enamel, malachite, amber, mica and rock crystal, c. 725; National Museum of Ireland, Dublin
Paschal
   was taken by   
2
Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963)
   starred   
Jock Mahoney, Woody Strode and Tsu Kobayashi
Director: Robert Day. Also starred Earl Cameron, Jimmy Jamal & Anthony Chinn
Chalcedony
   means   
Blue or Grey Variety of Quartz
Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Vertically Challenged
   is a euphemism for   
Short
Arc De Triomphe
   was designed by   
Jean François Chalgrin
In 1806 he was commissioned by Napoleon to design a commemorative arch to the victorious armies of France, and the executed scheme for the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile was chiefly Chalgrin's, although he died shortly after commencement of the actual construction.
Chalk Newton
   is Thomas Hardy's name for   
Maiden Newton
PVC Challenge
   means   
To Intubate Someone.
France
   is the site of   
The Loire Valley Between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes
Calcium Carbonate
   is also known as   
Chalk
Juan Marichal
   is famous for   
Giants Pitcher 1960-1973, 243 Wins
2.89 ERA
Chalky Wright
   fought out of   
The U.S.A
Modern. Inducted 1997
Oniochalasia
   means   
The Purchasing of Objects As a Form of Mental Relaxation
Retail Therapy!
"Chalk"
   is   
A Crude Wine Made from Yeast, Sugar, Rice or Fruit and Water.
Italy
   is the site of   
Archaeological Area and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia
Chalfont St Giles
   means   
Piles
Juan Antonio (Sanchez) Marichal (1960-75)
   had the nickname   
“Dominican Dandy"
Ensign Charles Parker
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Quintin McHale
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Mercury, Apollo, Challenger , Discovery
   are all   
U.S. Spacecraft
Dariusz Michalczewski
   comes from   
Poland
Peppery Bolete
   has the Latin name   
Chalciporus Piperaturs
Poisonous
The New Pornographers
   released the album   
Challengers (2007)
Bourgogne Cote Chalonnaise
   is from the appellation   
Burgundy
Louis Moreau Gottschalk
   composed   
Á Montevideo
Symphony No. 2
Ecuador
   is the location of   
Parque Nacional Machalilla National Park
Teacher, Feature
   is the rhyming definition of   
Chalk, Talk
Chile
   is the location of   
Llanos De Challe National Park
Aztec Challenge
      

Jeremy Paxman
   has hosted   
University Challenge
AUTHENICATE
   means   
To Request or Provide a Response for a Coded Challenge
Osamu Shimomura, Martin Chalfie and Roger U. Tsien
   won for   
The Discovery and Development of the Green Fluorescent Protein, GFP
2008
1986
   was the year   
Space Shuttle Challenger Exploded
Space shuttle Challenger with seven crewmen explodes, Jan 28
Edgar Degas
   painted   
Spartan Girls Challenging Boys
C. 1860-62, oil on canvas; National Gallery, London






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