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Performing Arts - Group 889 - Puzzle 2 Codycross

CodyCross is a brand new game developed by Fanatee. The idea behing this trivia app is very simple actually. You are given various crossword clues and you have to guess the correct answers. For each answer that you find you get bonus letters which will help you at the end find the hidden keyword. There are several worlds in this update and as the developers have mentioned, the game is soon going to be available for all Android devices as well. Please find below all the CodyCross Performing Arts - Group 889 - Puzzle 2 Answers.
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Performing Arts - Group 889 - Puzzle 2

Country where the ancient city Trier is located:

germany

1993 Tom Stoppard play set in multiple times:

arcadia

Wobbly, shaky, unstable:

rickety

Classic liquid accompaniment to fish and chips:

vinegar

Rock band known for Drive and Stellar:

incubus

This animal sleeps just below the water's surface:

dolphin

Money paid for a plane ticket:

airfare

Margaret Thatcher's maiden name:

roberts

Neck artery that supplies blood to the head:

carotid

Large body of ice on top of land:

glacier

__ Tajiri, creator of Pokémon:

satoshi

A bird call, or social media app:

twitter

Fictional wife of Babar the Elephant:

celeste

American ballroom style:

fox  trot

ESPN's base of operations:

bristol
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