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Brian Piccolo
   died in   
1970 aged 26 from Testicular Cancer That Metastasised Into Lung Cancer
American football running back (Chicago Bears) American
Kim Perrot
   died in   
1999 aged 32 from a Brain Tumor Attributed to Lung Cancer
WNBA basketball player (Houston Comets) American
Andy Kaufman
   died in   
1984 aged 35 from Lung Cancer
actor, comedian, hoaxer American
Bob Marley
   died in   
1981 aged 36 from Melanoma, Started in Toe, Spread to Lung and Brain
reggae musician Jamaican
1736
      
Chi'en Lung Became Emperor of China
Lung
   in Portuguese is   
Pulmão
Lung
   in Italian is   
Polmone
R65
   represents   
Harmful May Cause Lung Damage if Swallowed
Blue Blower
   means   
Patient With Severe Lung Disease
Pink Puffer
   means   
Patient Breathing Rapidly Due to Lung Disease
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2000)
   starred   
Steve Oedekerk, Fei Lung and Leo Lee
Director: Steve Oedekerk. Also starred Ling Ling Tse, Lin Yan & Chia Yung Liu
Lung Ching (Dragon's Well)
   comes from   
China
Lobe
   is   
A Portion of an Organ Such As a Lung
Shang Ti Liu Lung
   was an emperor during   
Eastern Han Dynasty
106
Tang Lung Chau Lighthouse
   is located in   
China
1912 - Hong Kong
Pearl S. Buck
   created the character   
Wang Lung
The Good Earth
Spirometer
   is used for   
Measuring Lung Capacity
Davina Thompson
   was   
The First Heart, Lung & Liver Transplant Recipient
1986
The Bends
   features   
My Iron Lung
1995
Pearl Buck
   created the character   
Wang Lung
The Good Earth, 1931
The song My Iron ____is missing the body part Lung
Radiohead (UK #24 Oct 1994)
Dust Bowl
   featured   
Black Lung Heartache
"A Song Flung Up to Heaven"
   was released by   
Maya Angelou
2003 - Best Spoken Word Album
Bronchial Arteries
      
Supplies Blood to the Lungs
Jethro Tull
   released the album   
Aqualung (1971)
A 'concept album', dealing with singer/songwriter/flautist Ian Anderson's reflections on organised religion.
Refresh
   means   
Plunge Cooked Vegetables/fruit Into Ice Water
Or cold water, to halt the cooking process and retain colour and flavour
Wang Lung's Farmhouse
   was created by   
Pearl S. Buck
Rural farmhouse in "The Good Earth", 1931
Jethro Tull
   released the single   
Aqualung
1971; title song from the album of the same name; huge international classic
Emphysema
   affects the   
Lungs
Blanch
   means   
Plunge Fruit or Vegetables Briefly Into Boiling Water
The ingredients can then be placed into ice or cold water (refreshed) in order to stop the cooking process and so prepare the ingredients for freezing or peeling.
Lunger
   means   
Someone With Tuberculosis
Australia
   is the location of   
Bundjalung National Park
New South Wales. 554 km northeast of Sydney 50 km south of Ballina and 60 kilometres north of Grafton, between the towns of Iluka and Evans Head, home to some rare coastal rainforest and 400 different species, with bird wildlife particularly prolific. Also includes 38 km of people free beaches, untouched coastal river systems and freshwater lagoons. Area: 210 km².
Bronchial Veins
      
Drains Blood from the Lungs
Richard Wagner
   composed   
Der Ring Des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung)
A cycle of four operas: Das Rheingold, Die Walkure, Siegfried, and Gotterdammerung. Spoofed in the modern musical theater comedy "Das Barbecue".
Pneumonia
   affects the   
Lungs
Germany
   calls its legislative assembly   
Bundesversammlung
Malawi
   has the anthem   
Mlungu Dalitsani Malawi
Oh God Bless Our Land Of Malawi
Indonesia
   is the location of   
Gunung Palung National Park
Lungs
   is/are part of the   
Respiratory System
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.
Pneumothorax
   affects the   
Lungs
Switzerland
   calls its legislative assembly   
Bundesversammlung
Lungfish, Horseshoe Crab, Platypus, Tuatara
   are all   
Prehistoric Life Living Today
Richard Wagner
   composed the opera   
Der Ring Des Nibelungen
Wagner took 26 years to write it (1848-1874)






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