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Cassius Clay - Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee
boxing
Saved by the bell
Bell of the ball
In English that would be 'Belle of the Ball.' Teacher Smilie

Belly of the Whale. Where Jonah hid out.
Belladonna or deadly nightshade; the correct latin name is Atropa belladonna!
La donna mobile "Woman is fickle" a song from the 1851 opera Rigoletto by Joe Green (Giuseppe Verdi). Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Perpetuum mobile
Perpetual motion machine No matter what that con-man says, you can't get there from here.
There and back again
'You can't get there from here!'
No place like home
'We are no longer in Kansas Toto'
My home is my castle!
Home is where the heart is.
'I left my heart in San Fransisco'
Rice-A-Roni "The San Francisco Treat!"
"Treat me Nice" - The King way back when.
Trick or Treat Pumpkin Smilie

Welcome back Rafael.Happy Elf Smilie
Tricky Dick Nixon
Moby Dick
The Confidence Man - by the same author Herman Melville
The Flim-Flam Man 1967 movie starring George C. Scott as rural con artist, Mordecai Jones
The Invisible Man. A book by H.G. Wells Read Smilie
The Adventure of the Dancing Men a story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock Holmes - "Elementary," said he.
Dr. Watson
Dr. Moreau An H.G. Wells character.
Dr. Frankenstein, monster creator. The creation of Mrs. Shelley in a book she wrote.
Frankenstein Junior ; movie from -74 by Mel Brooks with Gene Wilder as jr
my friend, he is a junior in high school.
Ken Griffy Jr. the 39 year old star baseball player, who was 19 years when he started his major league career playing in center field for my Seattle Mariners, and who returned to them this year, after a ten year absence, to finish his career with them playing either in left field and/or as the designated hitter. He has been welcomed back with accolades, as he only left to play for the Reds in Cincinnati, his home town, where his children were growing up. This as opposed to A-Rod who will never be welcomed back, for he left to earn an ungodly amount of millions. Our former All-Star pitcher, Randy Johnson (The Big Unit), might be welcomed back, for he only left to gain a World Series Ring in a warmer, drier climate.

Cricket? What's that? Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
J.R.R Tolkien

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Cricket? What's that?

it's a great game.11 players for a team.....my country is in one of the top teams. India,Canada, Srilanka and more than 10 countries are playing cricket. the game is divided in to Test Matches, One day matches and 20 overs matches.
The Kolbitars
Elder Eddas of Saemund Sigfusson
Edda, Snorre Sturlasson
Bombur snoring while being lugged through Mirkwood by Thorin's Company.
Oakenshield
'Old Ironsides' The USS Constitution, the American frigate (still under commission) now on display in Boston Mass. harbor. It and its sisters were our pocket-'ships of the line' during the War of 1812 with Britain. Cannon balls literally bounced off its oak planking and with its 30 24-pounder long guns, 20 32-pounder carronades, and 2 24-pounder bow chasers, it could stand up to any enemy frigate and only ran from the larger vessels when they had much greater fire power.
Dreadnought the first modern battleships
Trireme the ancient Greek battleships with three vertical banks of oars per side manned by one man per oar.
Galleon
Quart Jar of Moonshine = Gallon
Sunshine
Sunburn
Sunflower
Cornflower
Cornflakes - Kellogg's Best
Post Toasties by any other name are still cornflakes
Pop Tarts! (My staple food)
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