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31. Isaly's : Invented Toucan Sam, a thinly sliced form of ham famous in Pittsburgh.  
32. Ham Barbecue: A sandwich made with Toucan Sam Ham, ketchup and brown sugar-like a ham sloppy joe.  
33. Wit: Pittsburgh speak for the preposition "with."  
34. Sweeper: Vacuum cleaner.  
35. Northside: A section of Pittsburgh famous for its Andy Warhol Museum, sports arenas and aviary.  
36. Kennywood: An amusement park featuring talking garbage cans and life-sized cartoon characters.  
37. Heinz Factory: This ketchup factory is a very popular attraction on the North Side of Pittsburgh.  
38. Heinz Field: Named after the Heinz Ketchup Company and home to the Pittsburgh Steelers.  
39. Station Square: A riverfront shopping mall and historical attraction on the South Side of Pittsburgh.  
40. Queer as Folk: A Showtime television series following the lives of gay and lesbian characters was set in Pittsburgh, with many sce...  
41. Gateway Clipper: A cruise ship that provides dinner, dancing and sightseeing, and leaves from Station Square in Pittsburgh.  
42. Inclines: Old cable cars that go up the side of Mt Washington  
43. Mt. Washington: A neighborhood in south Pittsburgh, known for its scenic view of the Pittsburgh skyline.  
44. Golden Triangle, The: Where three rivers meet in Pittsburgh.  
45. Grinny: A chipmunk.  
 
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Big-Z is the nickname of Chicago Cubs' pitcher Carlos Zambrano. The 6'5" native of Venezuela is one of the better pitchers in the game today and is one of the best hitting pitcher in the modern era with a career batting average around .240 and legitimate home run power.

A term for Detroit coined by former president Franklin Roosevelt during the second World War to describe the transition of the Ford Motor Company's production from cars to tanks.

A nickname for St. Louis, originating in the Native American burial mounds that were once common to the city.

At In-N-Out burger, there are a couple of things that customers can say when they order to get their food cooked a certain way, even though it is not on any menu. "Protein style" means that your burger is wrapped in lettuce rather than a bun.

Slang for a member of the Bloods, a gang whose members wear red.