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  • 1066 And All That: A Memorable History Of England ( W. C. Sellar book )
  • A cat may look at a king
  • America loves burgers, and we're America's Burger King ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • Aren't you hungry for Burger King now? ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • As safe as the Bank of England
  • Be It Ever So Humble There's No Place Like Home ( John Howard Payne and Sir Henry Bishop song )
  • Big Ben ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Billion Dollar Man ( Nickname of American politician Henry Nowak )
  • Billy The Kid ( Nickname of Henry McCarty aka William Bonney )
  • Buckingham Palace ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Burger King - the home of the Whopper ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • Burger King. Where kids are king ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • Calm down, calm down ( A catchphrase from Harry Enfield In The Scousers )
  • Close your eyes and think of England ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cold Cold Heart ( Hank Williams song )
  • Comeback king
  • Dirty Harry ( Clint Eastwood movie )
  • England expects
  • Face card ( the jack queeen or king in a set of playing cards )
  • Farmer George ( Nickname of King George III )
  • Fit for a king
  • Flash Harry ( Nickname of Sir Malcolm Sargent )
  • Geordieland ( Nickname of Newcastle upon Tyne England )
  • Hadrians Wall ( tourist attraction in northern England )
  • Hammerin' Hank ( Nickname of baseball players Hank Aaron and Hank Greenberg )
  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Harry spankers ( colloquial version of 'brand spanking new' )
  • Have it your way ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • Hey Good Lookin ( Hank Williams song )
  • Hip hip hooray
  • History is bunk ( Henry Ford quotation )
  • Hooray Henry
  • I'll have what she's having ( A catchphrase from When Harry Met Sally )
  • If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen ( A catchphrase from Harry S Truman )
  • In the kingdom of the blind the one eyed man is king
  • It takes two hands to hold a Whopper ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • King Dick ( Nickname of Richard Cromwell )
  • King Eric ( Nickname of Eric Cantona )
  • King Felix ( Nickname of Felix Hernandez )
  • King James ( Nickname of LeBron James )
  • King Kong ( Naomi Watts movie )
  • King Lear
  • King Solomon's Mines
  • King of Clutch ( Nickname of Reggie Miller )
  • King of Spain ( Nickname of Ashley Giles - English cricketer )
  • King of kings
  • King of the castle
  • King of the hill
  • King of the jungle
  • King of the road
  • King pin
  • King sized
  • King's evidence
  • King's ransom
  • Lie back and think of England
  • Live like a king
  • Lost Highway ( Hank Williams song )
  • Madame Tussauds ( tourist attraction in England )
  • Merry England
  • Middle England
  • Move It On Over ( Hank Williams song )
  • Oh Henry! ( Nickname of Henry Rodriguez )
  • Oh to be in England
  • Old King Cole was a merry old soul, and a merry old soul was he ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Once and future king
  • Puddin' Head ( Nickname of Colonel Sherman Potter ( Harry Morgan ) )
  • Quick, Henry, the FLIT! ( Flit insecticide advertising slogan )
  • Royal flush ( in poker - a hand including a ten jack queen king and ace of the same suit )
  • Save The Last Dance For Me ( Ben E King song )
  • Spanish Harlem ( Ben E King song )
  • St Paul's Cathedral ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Sun King ( The Beatles song )
  • Take the king's shilling
  • The Backbone of England ( Nickname of The Pennine Hills )
  • The Bank of England ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The British Museum ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The City ( Nickname of The City of London England )
  • The Concrete Block ( Nickname of Coventry England )
  • The Conservative Party at prayer ( The Church of England )
  • The First Garden City Of The World ( Nickname of Letchworth England )
  • The Fonz ( Nickname of Arthur Fonzarelli ( Henry Winkler ) )
  • The Garden of England ( Nickname of the English counties of Kent and Worcestershire )
  • The Grapes Of Wrath ( John Steinbeck novel and Henry Fonda movie )
  • The Great Pacificator ( Nickname of Henry Clay )
  • The Great Wen ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Hammer of The Scots ( Nickname of King Edward I )
  • The Hat ( Nickname of Harry Walker )
  • The Houses of Parliament ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The King ( Nickname of Elvis Presley )
  • The King Of Comedy ( Robert De Niro movie )
  • The King and Queen Might Eat Thereof and Noblemen Besides ( Jell-O Gelatin Dessert advertising slogan )
  • The King is dead, long live the King
  • The King of Beers ( Budweiser Beer advertising slogan )
  • The King of Late Night Television ( Nickname of Jack Paar )
  • The King of Rock 'N' Roll ( Nickname of Elvis Presley )
  • The King of Swing ( Nickname of Benny Goodman )
  • The King of the Cowboys ( Nickname of Roy Rogers )
  • The King of the Mini-series ( Nickname of Richard Chamberlain )
  • The King of the Wild Frontier ( Nickname of explorer Davy Crockett )
  • The King's Speech ( Colin Firth movie )
  • The Lion King ( Disney cartoon movie )
  • The Little Drummer Boy ( Harry Simeone Chorale song )
  • The Lizard King ( Nickname of Jim Morrison )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The People's Republic of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens ( tourist attraction in Kew England )
  • The Smoke ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Socialist Republic Of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Steel City ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Sun King ( Nickname of King Louis XIV )
  • The Sundance Kid ( Nickname of Harry Longbaugh )
  • The Tower of London ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The White Cliffs of Dover ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The Wisest Fool In Christendom ( Nickname of King James I )
  • The buck stops here ( A political slogan by Harry S Truman )
  • The customer is king
  • The king was in his counting house counting out his money ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Tom Dick and Harry
  • Treacle Town ( Nickname of Macclesfield Cheshire England )
  • Up On The Roof ( Carole King song )
  • We do it your way ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • We few, we happy few, we band of brothers ( from Henry V by Shakespeare )
  • Westminster Abbey ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right ( Henry Ford quotation )
  • Who's got the best darn burgers in the whole wide world? ( Burger King and I advertising slogan )
  • Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? ( Carole King song )
  • Windsor Castle ( tourist attraction in England )
  • You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman ( Carole King song )
  • You can't take it back, it's out there ( When Harry met Sally )
  • You gotta ask yourself, do I feel lucky, well do ya punk? ( Dirty Harry )
  • You're the boss ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • You've Got A Friend ( Carole King James Taylor song )
  • Your Cheating Heart ( Hank Williams song )

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