The capital and largest city of Algeria.
The title of a Shakespeare play about the Queen of Egypt and her love affairs.
The name of an Australian heavy-metal group featuring Angus Young in schoolboy cap and short trousers.
A 1977 film comedy written by, directed by and starring Woody Allen, and featuring Diane Keaton.
A macabre family in cartoons by a US artist, including Morticia and Gomez.
A musical instrument consisting of a rectangular bellows expanded and contracted between the hands.
Surname of the actress who played Dana Scully in the television series "The X-Files".
An orthodox Anabaptist sect that separated from the Mennonites in thelate 17th century and exists today primarily in southeast Pennsylvania.
A town in the Czech Republic - the site of Napoleon's victory over the Russian and Austrian armies in 1805.
Surname of a 20th-century Nigerian writer whose works include "Things Fall Apart" and "Arrow of God".