31. Francis Marion University Observatory = built in 1982 in Florence, South Carolina
32. Child-Pugh score = measures prognosis chronic liver disease
33. Mouhammad Faye = Senegalese basketball player
34. Jani Allan = South African columnist and radio commentator
35. Ossetia = region located on both sides of the Greater Caucasus Mountains
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46. The Brown Dense limestone = informal name for a layer of rock that lies beneath large parts of southern Arkansas and northwest Louisiana
47. Iván Dariel Ortíz = Puerto Rican film director
48. Rhema Marvanne = gospel singer and actress from Carrollton, Texas, USA
49. Hungarian Rhapsody = 1979 Hungarian drama film directed by Miklós Jancsó
50. Dick Bradsell = London bartender noted for his innovative work with cocktails, including the invention of many new recipes
41. Halaelurus = genus of catshark in the family Scyliorhinidae.
42. Jochen Lempert = born 1958 in Moers, a German photographer whose work is about the world of nature and animals.
43. William Parker = American free jazz double bassist, poet and composer.
44.Jason Wight = male beach volleyball player from the United States who won the gold medal at the NORCECA Circuit 2009 at Cayman Islands playing with Michael Brüning
45. Hangtown fry = type of omelette made famous during the California Gold Rush in the 1850s
36. Brunstad Christian Church = worldwide church established in Norway early in the 20th century
37. Orocrambus = genus of moths of the Crambidae family endemic to New Zealand
38. Garth Wood = Australian professional boxer and former professional rugby league player
39. Ligumia nasuta = eastern pondmussel, a species of freshwater mussel,
40. Christopher Andrus = singer, songwriter and record producer from Grand Rapids, Michigan
26. Marcel Colomb First Nation = First Nations tribe of approximately 300 Swampy Cree people
27. Future Park Rangsit = one of Asia's largest malls, located on Phahonyothin Road in Pathum Thani, a suburb of Bangkok, Thailand
28. Benedict Colin Allen = British traveller known for his survival skills and for relying on local indigenous peoples' knowledge.
29. Elmer Gantry = American opera based on the 1926 novel by Sinclair Lewis of the same name.
30. Sigale Gale = wooden puppet from the Batak people of Samosir Island, Northern Sumatra
21. Western Approaches = rectangular area of Atlantic ocean to the west of the UK
22. Microstromatales = order of fungi in the class Exobasidiomycetes
23. It Came from Canada = series of compilation albums featuring canadian artists released in the 1980s
24. The Edge of the Sea - Book published in 1955 by conservationist Rachel Carson
25. Gremiale = square of cloth worn over bishop's lap during certain songs or other activities
16. Platon Poretsky = noted Russian astronomer, mathematician and logician.
17. Tlachichilco Tepehua = Tepehua language of Veracruz, Mexico.
18. Menang = traditional dance of the Tikar or the Semi-Bantu group of people from the Adamawa mountains of Cameroon
19. Linguère Department = department in Senegal that encompasses 19716km/sq
20. Walter Edward Masterson III = American right-handed pitcher who played for the Washington Senators, Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers
11. Nightwatch = 1994 Danish thriller film directed by Ole Bornedal
12. Kim Jihn Eui = Korean theoretical physicist (particle physics and cosmology)
13. Deflator = in stats is a value that allows data to be measured over time in terms of some base period
14. Rhizobiales-2 RNA motif = set of RNAs found in certain bacteria
15. HR 161 = star in the constellation Eridanus
6. Ucchusma - vidyaraja (widsom king) in Vajrayana sect of Buddhism
7. Samender Juginisov - Uzbek professional basketball player
8. Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences - museum in Brussels with 30 fossilised Iguanadon skeletons.
9. Largest university by enrolment is Indira Gandhi National Open University with 3.5million enrolled students
10. Charles W. Rundle - Union Army soldier in the American Civil War who won the Medal of Honor
1. Treaty of Weissenburg - signed 1551, declared Archduke Ferdinand of Austria as ruler of Royal Hungary and Transylvania
2. Roshanara Begum - born 1617, daughter of Mughal ruler, talented poet.
3. Anania perlucidalis - european moth that flies from June to August
4. Oskar Lebeck - helped establish Dell Comics in the 1900s
5. Sleipner gas field - natural gas field in North sea about 160mi west of Stavanger, Norway