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Q: What does it mean when a county is 'Dry'? What term was used to describe the same thing, but country wide?

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Q: Who was the first winner of American Idol? Bonus: Who has been the best selling artist to come from American Idol Fame?

A: Kelly Clarkson Bonus: Carrie Underwood

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US
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