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John's Puzzler #22

Scandinavian city, it spans 14 islands linked by 57 bridges
American forefather, founder of the University of Virginia
By total area, it’s the world’s second largest country
Out west, it’s is "Oro y Plata", the only Spanish state motto in the U.S.
“Leave It to Beaver”, the first program showing this bathroom feature to American TV viewers
Dutch scientist, inventor of the sealed-in-glass thermometer
Our body’s “voice box”
America's only monosyllabic state name
Legendary diminutive star who turned down the role of Archie Bunker in "All in the Family" (2 words)
Supernovae are the largest of these occurring in space, so says NASA
American President, the only Chief Exec facing right on a U.S. coin
”PEANUTS” gang prodigy
Pizza named for an American state, yet actually invented in Canada
It’s a vegetable, so ruled by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1893
Second only to The Pope, the most senior clergy member of the Catholic Church
America’s 33rd state, the only one flying a flag with two different sides
A family dispute over the rules of “Crazy Eights” inspired this popular card game
"Kitty bite"
Eastern state capital, the longest continually chartered American city
Celiac disease dictates avoidance of this food component
”Bibendum”, the official name given this iconic “Tire Guy” (2 words)
Only man to have both taken and administered The U.S. Presidential Oath of Office
The first African American to be featured on a U.S. postage stamp
A smack, the name for a group of these sea creatures
Not a bug at all, a ladybug is actually classified as this
Potato chips mascot "Mr. Pringle" has always sported a red one of these
WalMart, the world’s largest in this employer category
The Acela Express, the fastest one of these in the U.S.
Bourbon, "America's Native ______ " by Congressional decree
Popular frozen breakfast food, originally called “Froffles”