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5-Letter Geography Chain #2

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NYC: The Big ____
Place to see pyramids
The Lone Star state
Portugal's neighbor
Himalayan country
Center-right political party in Israel
City with the world's tallest building
Indigenous group of the Arctic
Former country once led by a Lama
Revealing Brazilian swimwear
Soviet prison camp
Language that goes from alpha
to omega
1/100th of a ruble
Traditional boat of Alaska natives
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Language of Cambodia
Person from the Eternal City
Bedouin or Mongolian, traditionally
Language of the Netherlands
Capital of Vietnam
Citizen of Basra or Fallujah
Third biggest city in Turkey; formerly
called Smyrna
Capital of Morocco
Language of southern India and Sri Lanka
Major city in Yorkshire
2014 Winter Olympics site
Term for a small island
Forest biome that spans Canada and Russia
Capital of Nigeria
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(76)
Also, you should add "city" to the third biggest question, so nobody is left trying to guess the third biggest mountain, lake, or Ottoman manufacturer.
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Sep 17, 2015
(67)
Given the lack of mountains, lakes and Ottoman manufacturers formerly called Smyrna, I think the clue is watertight already.
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Sep 18, 2015
Added city to the question because it sounds better that way.
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Sep 18, 2015
(55)
I'm surprised that so few people have heard of Izmir. It has a population of 4 million, that's more than many countries! Get it together people!
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Dec 13, 2015
(66)
Must have tried at least ten different spellings for "likud" - just not the right one!
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Dec 11, 2015
(49)
Please, accept Thong original name in portuguese: "Tanga"
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Dec 11, 2015
(72)
But then it doesn't fit into the word chain...
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Dec 11, 2015
(24)
lol
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Dec 11, 2015
(45)
Tanga is Tagalog for "stupid" (go ahead, google translate it...you know you want to)...also, "mirho" is Portuguese for "banana sling", so probably should accept that as well. I keed, I keed.
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Dec 14, 2015
(40)
DUH
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Mar 20, 2017
(49)
Not very geographical.
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Dec 11, 2015
(68)
Having studied geography, I can safely say that pretty much everything can be counted as geography if you squint.
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Jul 15, 2016
(55)
i thought it said llama
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Dec 11, 2015
(55)
Me too. It all makes sense now.
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Aug 16, 2016
(32)
hahaha me too
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Mar 20, 2017
(47)
In Sudan are pyramids too
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Dec 13, 2015
(44)
Does Sudan begin with an E?
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Oct 14, 2016
(43)
absolutely loved this ,got it with 3min remaining .More please
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Dec 14, 2015
(66)
Too Russia-centric.
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Dec 14, 2015
(61)
Wouldn't take kopeck for me.
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Dec 17, 2015
(73)
How very odd.. I wonder why.!
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Jan 8, 2016
(61)
Traditional Alaskan boats are also known as "umiak"
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Feb 15, 2016
(46)
hard
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Mar 6, 2016
(23)
The mentioning of Tamil as the language of south India is worth a protest . There are a lot of languages spoken in south India . I myself a Keralite speaks Malayalam .
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Apr 3, 2016
(23)
It is better to refer to as a south Indian language.
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Apr 3, 2016
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eh. None of the other major south Indian/Dravidian languages of India(Kannada, Malayalam or Telugu) or Sinhalese for that matter are 5 letters long. Neither does the question suggest that it is the *sole* language of the part of the world.
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Sep 10, 2016
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Thought it said Emerald City until I took a second look.
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Jan 1, 2017
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