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Bear
   infant is called a   
Cub
Fox
   infant is called a   
Cub
Lion
   infant is called a   
Cub
Tiger
   infant is called a   
Cub
Wolf & Cub
   released the album   
Vessels (2006)
Australian
Cub Scouts
   Means   
Sheriff's Men
Reynard, Vixen, Cub
   are all   
Fox Family Members
Father, mother and offspring respectively
Cheetah
   infant is called a   
Cub
Dadaism, Cubism, Fauvism, Pointilism
   are all   
Artistic Periods/Movements
Cuba
   has the mark   
CU
Cubs
   in Latin would be   
Catuli
Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin, Charles Conder
   are all   
Australian Heidelberg School Painters
The name refers to the then rural area near Melbourne where practitioners of the style found their subjects.
Cuba
   uses the   
Peso
Cuban peso (CUP) and Convertible peso (CUC)
Cuba
   is the site of   
Urban Historic Centre of Cienfuegos
.cu
   internet domain is used by   
Cuba
Scuba Roomba
   is a humorous name for a   
Horseshoe Crab
Sistema Cueto-Coventosa-Cubera
   is located in   
Spain
815 Meters in Depth
Cubs
   play at   
Wrigley Field
Cages
   is hobo slang for   
The Cubicle Rooms in the Cheap Lodging Houses
Cubana De Aviación
   is based in   
Cuba
Flag carrier.
IceCube Neutrino Detector
    is located in   
Amundsen-Scott Antartic Station, Antartica
Build still in progress To detect neurtrinos in the high energy range.
Chicago
      
Cubs
Icecubes
   is a   
Polar Bear
January 2006 Beanie Baby of the Month
Platillo Moros Y Cristianos
   comes from   
Cuba
Also: Ajiaco
BC Vest, Regulator, Hood
   are all   
Scuba-Diving Gear
Divergent
   is a bundle word for   
Scuba Man
Jacques Cousteau and Emile Gagnan
   invented   
The Aqualung (scuba)
In 1943, with the help of engineer Emile Gagnan, he designed an underwater breathing apparatus based on compressed air contained inside a cylinder. The invention of the "Aqua-Lung " (SCUBA) made the two men very rich.
Cuba
   belongs to   
Cuba
40,543 sq. mi.
Cuba
   is the site of   
San Pedro De La Roca Castle, Santiago De Cuba
C
   is the international car registration for   
Cuba
Erno Rubik
   invented   
The Rubik Cube
Rubik applied for his Hungarian patent in January 1975 and left his invention with a small toy making cooperative in Budapest. The patent approval finally came in early 1977 and the first Cubes appeared at the end of 1977.
Cubby
   means   
Home
Santiago De Cuba
   was formerly the capital of   
Cuba
Moved to Havana, 1522 - 1589
Succubus, Dybbuk, Incubus
   are all   
Demons/Supernatural Beings
Cuba
      
Libre
White rum, lime juice and cola.
Dice
   means   
Cut Into Cubes
Cubiform
   is shaped like a   
Cube
Cuba
   has the capital   
Havana
"Jaws" the Great White Shark
   can be killed by   
Putting a Scuba Tank in Its Mouth & Shooting It
1962
   was the year   
The Cuban Missile Crisis Occurred
Standoff over Soviet bases in Cuba. Known as the Caribbean Crisis in Russia.
Cuba
   has the capital   
Havana
In 1514 conquistador Pánfilo de Narváez founded a settlement named after a local Indian chief, San Cristóbal de Habana. The settlement had to be moved a number of times because of mosquito infestations, but settled on the west side of Havana bay in 1519.
Cubic Yards, Gallons, Litres
   are all   
Measures of Volume
Cuba
   is the site of   
Archaeological Landscape of the First Coffee Plantations in the South-East of Cuba
Cuba
   is situated in   
The Caribbean
Fidel Castro
   is/was the   
Cuban President
2 December 1976 to 31 July 2006. Transferred to his brother Raúl Castro
Spanish
   is an official language of   
Cuba
Pronunciation of South American language is different from that of Castillano in mainland Spain, such as the "ll" in the former's pronounced as "j", and "y" in the former.






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