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Aviophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Flying
The Carioca
   featured in the film   
Flying Down To Rio (1934)
Richard Wagner
   composed the opera   
The Flying Dutchman
It was written to be performed without an intermission
Foo Fighters
   are named after   
Unidentified Flying Objects
Allied pilots in WW2 called UFOs "Foo Fighters".
Westlife
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Flying Without Wings
October 24 1999 for 1 week
Brian Hibbard
   has been a vocalist in   
Flying Pickets
Ron Goodwin
   wrote music for   
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965)
Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines
   is a spin-off from   
Wacky Races
Flying Monkeys
   appear in the universe of   
Wizard of Oz
Flying Doctors
   is set in   
Coopers Crossing
Volant
   is the heraldic term for   
Flying
Pegasus
   constellation represents   
A Flying Horse
The Flying Burrito Brothers
   released the album   
The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969)
1925
   the winner was   
Flying Ebony
Earl Sande
The Dutchman
   features in   
The Flying Dutchman
Wagner opera premiered 1843 with Wagner conducting
Pteropodidae
   is the zoological family for   
Flying Foxes and Fruit Bats
The Flying Burrito Brothers
   come from   
The U.S.A.
The Northern Flying Squirrel
   is native to   
North America
They live all over the eastern United States and when they glide from tree to tree they can reach speeds of up to 20km.
Ufology
   is the study of   
Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomena
Aliens are able to travel long distances by bending space, they leave point A and bend point B toward point A and simply move into the area they want to go
Martin Van Buren
   had the nickname   
The Flying Dutchman
Sweeny Todd
   means   
The Flying Squad
POPEYE
   means   
Flying in Clouds or Area of Reduced Visibility
Arkansas
   has   
A Diamond, Rice Stalks and a Flying Mallard Duck
Joined union in 1836, quarter released in 2003
Walking Catfish, Flying Fish, Mudskippers
   are all   
Fish Out of Water
The Flying Dutchman, Tristan Und Isolde, Die Walkure
   are all   
Operas by Wagner
The Flying Swan
   appears in   
The Brentford Trilogy
George Orwell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1997)
Based on the 1936 book
John Peter Wagner (1897-1917)
   had the nickname   
“The Flying Dutchman” or “Honus”
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965)
   has the tagline   
Or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours & 11 Minutes
Petit Polatouche
   is French for   
Southern Flying Squirrel
Deciduous forest
Rámalóce
   is the elvish word for   
Flying Dragon
Whizzo Chocolate Company
   is a fictional company in   
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Maker of very unappetizing chocolate candies, which include Anthrax Ripple, Cockroach Cluster, Crunchy Frog, and Ram's Bladder Cup
Inspector Flying Fox of the Yard
   contains the line   
Section 21 of the Strange Sketch Act.
I'm charging you under Section 21 of the Strange Sketch Act.
Flying Sheep
   contains the line   
... Trying to Teach Her Lamb to Fly
It's my belief that these sheep are laborin' under the misapprehension that they're birds ... Take for a start the sheeps' tendency to 'op about the field on their back legs. Now witness their attempts to fly from tree to tree. Notice that they do not so much fly as...plummet. ... that ewe in that oak tree. She is clearly trying to teach her lamb to fly. (baaaaaa...thump)
New York, to That Tall Skyline I Come
      
Flying in from London to Your Door
"Heart in New York" by Simon & Garfunkel
Davy Jones
   was captain of the   
Flying Dutchman
A fictional character from the Pirates of the Caribbean film series and is loosely based on the old seaman's legend of Davy Jones’ Locker. Jones made his first appearance as the main antagonist in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest portrayed by actor Bill Nighy through Motion capture. The Flying Dutchman (a feared ghost ship featured in nautical lore by the same name) roams the seas in search of souls to serve upon his vessel for a century.
Uri Shulevitz
   won for   
The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship (1969)
The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship
   was written by   
Arthur Ransome
Old Peter's Russian Tales
I’m Flying
   comes from the musical   
Peter Pan
Maj. Daniel Xavier Kirby
   was played by John Wayne in   
Flying Leathernecks (1951)
Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player
   features   
High Flying Bird
1973
The Flying Dutchman
   features the aria   
"Die Frist Ist Um"
Richard Wagner
Olitiau
   is described as a   
Winged Animal-Bat or Flying Reptile
Unconfirmed, from Cameroon
Sith
   means   
A Hornet-like Flying Monster
About the size of a Hereford bull
Richard Wagner
   composed   
Der Fliegende Hollander(The Flying Dutchman)
Colorado
   was performed by   
Flying Burrito Brothers
1971
Flying Fish
   comes from   
Barbados
Gary Anderson
   had the nickname   
The Flying Scotsman
Hot Burrito #1
   was performed by   
The Flying Burrito Brothers
The Flying Pickets
   released the single   
Only You
1983; 5 weeks as #1 in the U.K.; only major hit for vocal group






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