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22nd May '16 3:40:12 PM CrazyLegs2
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*** ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (US) / ''Nobody's Perfect'' (UK): An outspoken American liberal wife (yes, she was American in the British version as well).

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*** ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (US) / ''Nobody's Perfect'' (UK): (UK) / ''Maguy'' (France): An outspoken American liberal wife (yes, she was American in the British version as well).wife
11th May '16 10:15:56 PM DavidDelony
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* Music/ShaNaNa (US) / Showaddywaddy or Darts (UK): '50s rock and roll revivalists popular in the '70s.
11th May '16 10:15:42 PM DavidDelony
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* Music/ShaNaNa (US) / Showaddywaddy or Darts (UK): '50s rock and roll revivalists popular in the '70s.
10th May '16 9:23:17 PM KYCubbie
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* The New York Times (US) / The Guardian (UK): Left-leaning daily national papers infamous for their BourgeoisBohemian readership.
* The New York Post (US) / The Sun (UK): Right-leaning tabloids owned by UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch.
* The Wall Street Journal (US) / Financial Times (UK): Business-focused newspapers.

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* The ''The New York Times Times'' (US) / The Guardian ''The Guardian'' (UK): Left-leaning daily national papers infamous for their BourgeoisBohemian readership.
* The ''The New York Post Post'' (US) / The Sun ''The Sun'' (UK): Right-leaning tabloids owned by UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch.
* The ''The Wall Street Journal Journal'' (US) / Financial Times ''Financial Times'' (UK): Business-focused newspapers.



* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity.

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* Baseball UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}} (US) / Football [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Football]] (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity.



** St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.

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** St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable red-clad franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.



** Babe Ruth (baseball) / W.G. Grace (cricket): early stars of their respective games who are still major icons today based on their achievements ''and'' their colorful, larger-than-life personas.

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** Babe Ruth Creator/BabeRuth (baseball) / W.G. Grace (cricket): early stars of their respective games who are still major icons today based on their achievements ''and'' their colorful, larger-than-life personas.



** Super Bowl (NFL) / Grand Final (AFL): Championship game that's become a major spectacle beyond just a sporting event, to the extent of being an unofficial holiday (the day before the Grand Final has in fact become a state holiday in Victoria).

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** Super Bowl UsefulNotes/SuperBowl (NFL) / Grand Final (AFL): Championship game that's become a major spectacle beyond just a sporting event, to the extent of being an unofficial holiday (the day before the Grand Final has in fact become a state holiday in Victoria).



* [[{{UsefulNotes/Basketball}} NCAA mens' basketball tournament]] (US) / UsefulNotes/TheFACup (UK): annual national knockout tournament full of DavidVersusGoliath moments, and very popular with gamblers.


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* [[{{UsefulNotes/Basketball}} NCAA mens' men's basketball tournament]] (US) / UsefulNotes/TheFACup (UK): annual national knockout tournament full of DavidVersusGoliath moments, and very popular with gamblers.

9th May '16 3:37:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MenBehavingBadly'' (U.K.) / ''Men Behaving Badly'' (U.S.) / ''It's A Man's World'' (U.S.): A sitcom about 'typical lads'.

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* ''MenBehavingBadly'' ''Series/MenBehavingBadly'' (U.K.) / ''Men Behaving Badly'' (U.S.) / ''It's A Man's World'' (U.S.): A sitcom about 'typical lads'.
3rd May '16 5:55:07 PM aye_amber
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* ''Music/{{Kraftwerk}} (Germany), ''{{Vangelis}}'' (Greece)'' ''Music/YellowMagicOrchestra'' (Japan) and ''Music/JeanMichelJarre'' (France) are {{synthpop}} pioneers with classical training, who paved the way for synthpop, and all kinds of dance music. Britain has also played an important part in the genre, but with many bands, not just one, and most came from the very un-classical PunkRock movement.

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* ''Music/{{Kraftwerk}} (Germany), ''{{Vangelis}}'' ''Vangelis'' (Greece)'' ''Music/YellowMagicOrchestra'' (Japan) and ''Music/JeanMichelJarre'' (France) are {{synthpop}} pioneers with classical training, who paved the way for synthpop, and all kinds of dance music. Britain has also played an important part in the genre, but with many bands, not just one, and most came from the very un-classical PunkRock movement.
30th Apr '16 5:44:25 AM Ezclee4050
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** Super Bowl (NFL) / Grand Final (AFL): Championship game that's become a major spectacle beyond just a sporting event, to the extent of being an unofficial holiday (the day before the Grand Final has in fact become an official holiday in Victoria).

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** Super Bowl (NFL) / Grand Final (AFL): Championship game that's become a major spectacle beyond just a sporting event, to the extent of being an unofficial holiday (the day before the Grand Final has in fact become an official a state holiday in Victoria).
30th Apr '16 5:42:47 AM Ezclee4050
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** Super Bowl (NFL) / Grand Final (AFL): Championship game that's become a major spectacle beyond just a sporting event, to the extent of being an unofficial holiday (the day before the Grand Final has in fact become an official holiday in Victoria).





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\n* [[{{UsefulNotes/Basketball}} NCAA mens' basketball tournament]] (US) / UsefulNotes/TheFACup (UK): annual national knockout tournament full of DavidVersusGoliath moments, and very popular with gamblers.

28th Apr '16 7:38:41 PM Ezclee4050
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* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity. Specific club examples:

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* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity. Specific club examples:



* Trans-Pacific variants involving the UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague and the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]]:

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* Trans-Pacific variants involving the variant: UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague and the (US) / [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]]:League]] (Australia)--Top professional league of the locally dominant football code.
28th Apr '16 7:30:18 PM Ezclee4050
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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city[[note]]In the AFL, technically Fremantle and Port Adelaide are smaller, but their teams play home games in the nearby capital city[[/note]], which is absolutely fanatical about its team.


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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city[[note]]In the AFL, technically Fremantle and Port Adelaide are smaller, but their teams play home games in the nearby capital city[[/note]], market, which is absolutely fanatical about its team.

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