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All answers begin with the letter "C".

1. These birds when in a group are called 'A murder':

2. Am Australian actress who stared in the movie 'Aviator':

3. This president's daughter brought a cat named 'Socks' to the White House:

4. This Englishman was known for cigars and Bull Dogs:

5. This country created 'Canola Oil:

6. A General Motors sports car:

7. This is a major crop in the Philippines

8. Millions of people have become addicted to these:

9. The world's most consumed meat product:

10. Ted Turner who created CNN claims these animals are damaging the earth:

11. Most football players are distracted by these:

12. A bag of these has a lot of air:

13. Most of these do not have clocks:

14. She married Michael Douglas:

15. She is considered one of the funniest television comedians ever:

16. In 2019 the World's most successful warehouse membership program:

17. This Frenchman founded the city of Detroit. A luxury G.M. automobile was named after him:

18. This is a type of music originating in Ireland:

19. A four letter word relating to a stylish woman:

20. A European country that is now a republic:

21. A grape brandy produced in western France:

22. A Louisianna music similar to Zydeco:

23. He discovered America in the year 1492:

24. This the world's second largest country but has less than 40,000 people:

25. This French leader founded the Free French Movement during the second world war:

26. This Egyptian Queen died when she was bitten by an asp:

27. This is someone who talks a lot about unimportant things:

28. Tears caused by insincere weeping are said to be:

29. This is one of the few countries that border both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans:

30. This movie about a city, included Catherine Zeta Jones, Richard Gere, Renee Zellweger and Taye Diggs




Answers!

1. Crows

2. Cate Blanchet

3. Chelsea

4. Winston Churchill

5. Canada

6. Corvette

7. Coconuts

8. Cell Phones

9. Chicken

10. Cattle

11. Cheer Leaders

12. Chips (potato)

13. Casinos

14. Catherine (Zeta Jones)

15. Carol Burnett

16. Costco

17. Cadillac

18. Celtic

19. Chic

20. Czech

21. Cognac

22. Cajun

23. Christopher Columbus

24. Canada

25. Charles de Gaulle

26. Cleopatra

27. Chatter Box

28. Crocodile Tears

29. Canada

30. Chicago






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