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*" Auriga of Delphi ", name of the statue " Charioteer of Delphi "
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*" Assyrians in Arzni-Armenia ", Website of the Abovyan city
*" Angkatan Tentera Malaysia ", the Malaysian Armed Forces
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*" Agent Orange / Dioxin Lawsuit " in " Vietnam Pictorial ", Vietnam News Agency
*" ABC DEF GHI ", a song sung by Big Bird of Sesame Street
*" The Elements ", a mnemonic song of the periodic table by Tom Lehrer
*" Plot and production information ", guidetomusicaltheatre. com
*" Big Dipper ", a song by Jethro Tull from their 1976 album Too Old to Rock ' n ' Roll: Too Young to Die!
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*" Be ", a song by Jessica Simpson from In This Skin
*" Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language ", a popular criticism of Niklaus Wirth's Pascal.
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*" Cadillac ", nickname of NFL player Carnell Williams of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
*" Moony "-the nickname for Remus Lupin used in the Harry Potter series
*" Mother Superior ", the nickname of the heroin drug-dealer Johnny Swann in Irvine Welsh's novel Trainspotting
*" Cuthbert ", World War II Allied spy Virginia Hall's nickname for her prosthetic leg
*" Rook ", a Russian nickname for the Sukhoi Su-25 jet aircraft
*" The Wizard of Oz ", a nickname of snooker player Quinten Hann
*" Highland Park ", the nickname for Hilltop Park, a defunct baseball venue in New York City
*" Watertown ", a nickname for Area 51
*" Williamsburg ", nickname for the right field bleachers at Fenway Park during the ballplaying career of Ted Williams
*" Skittles ", nickname of Catherine Walters, a famous Victorian courtesan
*" Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth " was a nickname used in 1938 for the US presidential limousines
*" Daisy ", the nickname of Tasuku Kurosaki from the manga Dengeki Daisy <
*" El Balin ", nickname of Honduran soccer player Eduardo Bennet
*" Fritz " helmet, nickname for the Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops kevlar helmet currently used by the US Military
*" E-Town " is a nickname used often by Evanston's youth populace, and is especially common among students and even faculty at Evanston Twp.
*" The Yellow Submarine ", nickname for the Spanish football team Cádiz CF
*" The Yellow Submarines ", nickname for the Spanish football team Villarreal CF
*" The White Knight " is also a nickname for Pittsburgh Penguin's superstar Evgeni Malkin.
*" Gotham's White Knight ", a nickname given to Harvey Dent in The Dark Knight
*" Maroon Machine ", nickname of The Jamaica Regiment
*" Maroon Machine ", nickname of The Parachute Regiment ( United Kingdom )
*" Mighty Maroon Machine ", nickname of the 5th Canadian ( Armoured ) Division
*" The War of the Roses ", nickname of the 1886 campaign for governor of Tennessee, contested by brothers Alfred A. Taylor and Robert Love Taylor, whose supporters wore red and white roses respectively
*" The War of the Roses ", nickname given to the cricket matches held between Lancashire and Yorkshire counties.

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