Crossword Clues for ABBA

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“Fernando” singers Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2022
"Waterloo" group Eugene Sheffer 03 Aug 2022
"Fernando" group Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2022
“SOS” quartet Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2022
Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid as a group The Guardian Quick 11 Jul 2022
Acronymic Swedish band Universal 27 Jun 2022
"Money, Money, Money" group Universal 13 Jun 2022
Group using rhymes in Petrarchan sonnet The Telegraph Toughie 08 Jun 2022
'Chiquitita' singing group New York Times 05 Jun 2022
"Mamma Mia" group Eugene Sheffer 23 May 2022
Swedish pop group The Telegraph Quick 13 May 2022
"Waterloo" singers Thomas Joseph 12 May 2022
"Dancing Queen" group Universal 04 May 2022
'Mamma Mia!' pop group The Washington Post 03 May 2022
"Mamma Mia!" pop group LA Times Daily 03 May 2022
Swedish pop group with the 2021 album 'Voyage' The Washington Post 29 Apr 2022
Swedish pop group with the 2021 album "Voyage" LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2022
'The Winner Takes It All' band The Washington Post Sunday 24 Apr 2022
Swedish pop group The Guardian Weekend 23 Apr 2022
"Mamma Mia" band Universal 11 Apr 2022
'Mamma Mia!' quartet The Washington Post Sunday 27 Mar 2022
“Fernando” group Wall Street Journal 19 Mar 2022
26-Down group The Washington Post 16 Mar 2022
26-Down group LA Times Daily 16 Mar 2022
“Super Trouper” group Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2022
Supergroup with its first new album (2021) since 1981 Newsday 19 Feb 2022
"Dancing Queen" band Universal 18 Feb 2022
"Mamma Mia" quartet Universal 06 Feb 2022
“Take a Chance on Me” group Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2022
'I Still Have Faith in You' band USA Today 05 Jan 2022
“Mamma Mia” group Wall Street Journal 27 Dec 2021
“Dancing Queen” singers Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2021
Swedish pop group LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2021
“Money, Money, Money” group New York Times 23 Nov 2021
"Dancing Queen" group Universal 15 Nov 2021
Palindromic "SOS" pop group LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2021
Scandinavian pop group New York Times 04 Nov 2021
“Dancing Queen” quartet Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2021
Palindromic foursome Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2021
'Waterloo' band USA Today 18 Oct 2021
"Fernando" group Thomas Joseph 15 Oct 2021
“Fernando” foursome Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2021
"Fernando" group Eugene Sheffer 09 Oct 2021
Swedish rockers Canadiana 27 Sep 2021
Swedish rock quartet Newsday 19 Sep 2021
New Testament name for Father The Telegraph General Knowledge 05 Sep 2021
1974 Eurovision champion LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2021
1974 Eurovision champion The Washington Post 04 Sep 2021
Palindromic pop group USA Today 23 Aug 2021
"Waterloo" group Eugene Sheffer 20 Aug 2021
Rock group Canadiana 09 Aug 2021
"Mamma Mia" group Eugene Sheffer 09 Aug 2021
"Waterloo" quartet Universal 31 Jul 2021
''Dancing Queen'' vocal group Newsday 28 Jul 2021
First group with a #1 Billboard hit, alphabetically New York Times 26 Jul 2021
"Fernando" group Eugene Sheffer 10 Jul 2021
'70s Swedish pop-music foursome Newsday 07 Jul 2021
Pop group with the hits 17-, 39- and 61-Across New York Times 06 Jul 2021
Swedish supergroup Newsday 01 Jul 2021
Band whose 'Gold: Greatest Hits' has sold over 30 million copies New York Times 27 Jun 2021
Group honored at a Stockholm exhibit The Washington Post 27 Jun 2021
Group honored at a Stockholm exhibit LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2021
Quatrain rhyme scheme New York Times 16 Jun 2021
Palindromic pop group Newsday 11 Jun 2021
"SOS" quartet Premier Sunday 06 Jun 2021
Group in Brisbane cricket ground beheaded The Sun Two Speed 04 Jun 2021
Mama Mia band The Sun Two Speed 04 Jun 2021
Swedish supergroup Newsday 30 May 2021
Palindromic disco-era band Universal 28 May 2021
"Fernando" group Thomas Joseph 28 May 2021
Rhyme scheme used in Italian sonnets Wall Street Journal 08 May 2021
"The Winner Takes It All" band Universal 06 May 2021
"Fernando" group Universal 02 May 2021
Pop group with a dedicated museum in Stockholm New York Times 02 May 2021
Swedish pop quartet The Sun Two Speed 01 May 2021
Group in Punjab banned The Sun Two Speed 01 May 2021
'Mamma Mia!' group The Washington Post 28 Apr 2021
"Mamma Mia!" group LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2021
Alphabetically first group in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame New York Times 26 Apr 2021
Palindromic pop group LA Times Daily 06 Apr 2021
Palindromic pop group The Washington Post 06 Apr 2021
"Waterloo" group Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2021
'Dancing Queen' band USA Today 04 Apr 2021
Swedish rockers Canadiana 29 Mar 2021
Pop band that has a parodic tribute act called Björn Again The Times Specialist Sunday 28 Mar 2021
Group with a member-centric acronym New York Times 26 Mar 2021
“Dancing Queen” group Wall Street Journal 22 Mar 2021
"Dancing Queen" band Universal 09 Mar 2021
Palindromic '70s supergroup Universal 06 Mar 2021
"Mamma Mia" band Universal 20 Feb 2021
"Mamma Mia" group Eugene Sheffer 17 Feb 2021
Swedish pop group with the hit "Chiquitita" LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2021
Swedish pop group with the hit 'Chiquitita' The Washington Post 08 Feb 2021
Band with a museum in Stockholm Universal 21 Jan 2021
“Dancing Queen” band Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2021
*Lawyers' org Universal 07 Jan 2021
Palindromic Swedish band Universal 03 Jan 2021
Group with the hits 'Honey, Honey' and 'Money, Money, Money' New York Times 03 Jan 2021
Band whose name is a palindrome USA Today 29 Dec 2020
'Mamma Mia' group USA Today 28 Dec 2020
Swedish group that once comprised two married couples New York Times 14 Dec 2020
Swedish foursome swings both ways The Telegraph Toughie 09 Dec 2020
Band that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest New York Times 06 Dec 2020
Katy Perry visited their Stockholm museum Newsday 21 Nov 2020
"Waterloo" group Thomas Joseph 13 Nov 2020
Palindromic pop group USA Today 04 Nov 2020
Palindromic pop group Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2020
'I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do' band, 1975 New York Times 24 Oct 2020
Pop group from north or south The Sun Two Speed 23 Oct 2020
Swedish group The Sun Two Speed 23 Oct 2020
'70s Swedish superstar singing group Newsday 12 Oct 2020
Supergroup from Sweden USA Today 02 Oct 2020
'Super Trouper' band USA Today 29 Sep 2020
'Mamma Mia' group New York Times 29 Sep 2020
"Dancing Queen" group Thomas Joseph 21 Sep 2020
Sailor, reflective sailor in group The Sun Two Speed 11 Sep 2020
"Fernando" group Eugene Sheffer 11 Sep 2020
Bestselling pop quartet Wall Street Journal 03 Sep 2020
Swedish group going east or west The Sun Two Speed 22 Aug 2020
“The Winner Takes It All” band Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2020
Swedish pop band LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2020
Swedish pop band The Washington Post 15 Aug 2020
Singers unchanged having turned up The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Aug 2020
'Dancing Queen' group New York Times 20 Jul 2020
“Mamma Mia” singers Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2020
'Honey Honey' band The Washington Post Sunday 19 Jul 2020
'Fernando' group USA Today 09 Jul 2020
Palindromic Swedish group Universal 06 Jul 2020
Swedish supergroup USA Today 03 Jul 2020
Palindromic Swedish band USA Today 02 Jul 2020
'Dancing Queen' pop group USA Today 26 Jun 2020
"Dancing Queen" quartet Premier Sunday 14 Jun 2020
A famous pop group; the rhyme scheme used twice to begin a Petrarchan sonnet The Times Specialist Sunday 14 Jun 2020
Sonnet's rhyme scheme, in part Newsday 12 Jun 2020
"Waterloo" group LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2020
'Waterloo' group The Washington Post 07 Jun 2020
“Take a Chance on Me” group Wall Street Journal 30 May 2020
Pop group going north or south The Sun Two Speed 29 May 2020
1974 Eurovision winners The Sun Two Speed 29 May 2020
'Waterloo' band USA Today 24 May 2020
Swedish pop quartet The Washington Post 20 May 2020
Swedish pop quartet LA Times Daily 20 May 2020
1970s pop group The Telegraph Quick 12 May 2020
'Fernando' band The Washington Post 06 May 2020
"Fernando" band LA Times Daily 06 May 2020
"Dancing Queen" singers Universal 05 May 2020
"Waterloo" group Universal 03 May 2020
Pop group that's a palindrome USA Today 29 Apr 2020
Hebrew for 'father' New York Times 24 Apr 2020
''Mamma Mia'' singing group Newsday 20 Apr 2020
So-called 'enclosed' rhyme scheme New York Times 12 Apr 2020
"Take a Chance on Me" group Universal 10 Apr 2020
''SOS'' group Newsday 10 Apr 2020
'Dancing Queen' group USA Today 04 Apr 2020
Pop quartet named for its members' first initials USA Today 02 Apr 2020
'Waterloo' group Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2020
Swedish supergroup Universal 22 Mar 2020
'Mamma Mia' pop group USA Today 21 Mar 2020
Palindromic band with the palindromic song title 'SOS' New York Times 15 Mar 2020
'Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!' band USA Today 08 Mar 2020
Swedish pop quartet USA Today 05 Mar 2020
"Waterloo" band Universal 05 Mar 2020
"Dancing Queen" group Universal 24 Feb 2020
1974 Eurovision winner that went on to international stardom
1974 Eurovision winner that went on to international stardom New York Times 16 Feb 2020
'Mamma Mia' group Eugene Sheffer 28 Dec 2019
Fältskog, Ulvaeus, Andersson and Lyngstad’s group Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2019
Palindromic band or rhyme scheme Universal 14 Nov 2019
Band with an acronymic name Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2019
Pop group whose name is also a rhyme scheme
Pop group whose name is also a rhyme scheme New York Times 05 Nov 2019
Band formed by Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid Universal 21 Oct 2019
Band whose letters describe the pattern of this puzzle's theme entries The Washington Post Sunday 13 Oct 2019
'Take a Chance on Me' group New York Times 03 Oct 2019
Swedish pop group very successful in the 1970s The Telegraph General Knowledge 29 Sep 2019
__ The Museum: Stockholm exhibit honoring a pop group LA Times Daily 23 Sep 2019
__ The Museum: Stockholm exhibit honoring a pop group The Washington Post 23 Sep 2019
Swedish pop group The Telegraph General Knowledge 16 Sep 2019
Acronymical group whose "A"s were once married to its "B"s The New Yorker 16 Sep 2019
'Waterloo' group Thomas Joseph 03 Sep 2019
'Fernando' pop group USA Today 27 Aug 2019
'Chiquitita' singers USA Today 23 Aug 2019
'Fernando' group Thomas Joseph 22 Aug 2019
“When All Is Said and Done” group Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2019
Agnetha Fältskog's band The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Swedish group The Telegraph Quick 02 Jul 2019
'Waterloo' singing group USA Today 20 Jun 2019
'Super Trouper' group Wall Street Journal 20 Jun 2019
Swedish group going either way The Sun Two Speed 19 Jun 2019
Mamma Mia band The Sun Two Speed 19 Jun 2019
'Dancing Queen' quartet Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2019
Their logo has a mirrored letter LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2019
Their logo has a mirrored letter The Washington Post 14 Jun 2019
'Mamma Mia!' group New York Times 13 Jun 2019
''Waterloo'' singers Newsday 12 Jun 2019
Two degrees from south and north, group of four stars? The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Jun 2019
___-Zaba (classic taffy bar) Universal 04 Jun 2019
'Mamma Mia!' group USA Today 09 May 2019
Pop group whose name derives from the initials of its members' first names New York Times 05 May 2019
'Dancing Queen' group The Washington Post 22 Apr 2019
"Dancing Queen" group LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2019
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet Universal 22 Apr 2019
'Super Trouper' band The Washington Post Sunday 21 Apr 2019
'Waterloo' quartet USA Today 18 Apr 2019
'Waterloo' foursome USA Today 01 Apr 2019
'Angeleyes' band, 1979 The Washington Post Sunday 24 Mar 2019
"Chiquitita" quartet Universal 23 Mar 2019
"SOS" pop group LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2019
'SOS' pop group The Washington Post 19 Feb 2019
Group that inspired 'Mamma Mia!' New York Times 11 Feb 2019
"Mamma Mia!" group
Group that inspired "Mamma Mia!"
Palindromic Swedish band
"Waterloo" foursome
"SOS" pop group
__ The Museum: Stockholm exhibit honoring a pop group
"Dancing Queen" group
"Chiquitita" singers
"Mamma Mia!" group
"Waterloo" singing group
"Dancing Queen" group
Band formed by Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid
"Take a Chance on Me" group
Pop group whose name derives from the initials of its members' first names
Swedish pop band
Their logo has a mirrored letter
"Waterloo" band
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet
"Dancing Queen" group
___-Zaba (classic taffy bar)
"Take a Chance on Me" group
Palindromic pop group
"Super Trouper" group
"Dancing Queen" group
"Chiquitita" quartet
"When All Is Said and Done" group
"Fernando" pop group
"Dancing Queen" band
"Dancing Queen" quartet
Singing group on a Swedish postage stamp USA Today 28 Dec 2018
Pop group named for its members' initials USA Today 24 Dec 2018
''Mamma Mia!'' quartet Newsday 16 Dec 2018
''Mamma Mia'' quartet Newsday 13 Dec 2018
Foursome on a 1983 Swedish stamp Newsday 08 Dec 2018
'Super Trouper' vocal group USA Today 06 Dec 2018
'Chiquitita' band The Washington Post Sunday 02 Dec 2018
Foursome at a 2008 Stockholm film premiere Newsday 01 Dec 2018
Singing group with a palindromic name USA Today 30 Nov 2018
'Waterloo' singing group Wall Street Journal 26 Nov 2018
'Waterloo' quartet Premier Sunday 25 Nov 2018
___ to conjure with (someone important) The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Nov 2018
'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' group The Washington Post 15 Nov 2018
"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" group LA Times Daily 15 Nov 2018
Palindromic Swedish band LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2018
Palindromic Swedish band The Washington Post 05 Nov 2018
'Dancing Queen' vocal group USA Today 22 Oct 2018
'SOS' group Premier Sunday 21 Oct 2018
Band whose songs are featured in a hit 2001 musical and 2018 movie New York Times 16 Sep 2018
''Waterloo'' group Newsday 26 Aug 2018
Biblical 'father' New York Times 23 Aug 2018
'Knowing Me, Knowing You' singers Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2018
Group lurking nearby! The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Aug 2018
'Dancing Queen' group Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2018
Quartet named for its members The Washington Post 29 Jun 2018
Quartet named for its members LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2018
Group that inspired Broadway's 'Mamma Mia!' New York Times 13 Jun 2018
Group that inspired Broadway's "Mamma Mia!"
''Mamma Mia!'' singing group Newsday 05 Jun 2018
'Take a Chance on Me' quartet The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 May 2018
'One of Us' pop group USA Today 21 May 2018
Swedish pop quartet that won the 1974 Eurovision contest New York Times 21 May 2018
Big name in disco music Newsday 11 May 2018
Pop group with a backward letter in its logo The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 May 2018
Either way they're a Swedish group! The Sun Two Speed 11 May 2018
Quartet with a Stockholm museum USA Today 07 May 2018
Band with a symmetrical logo New York Times 06 May 2018
'Dancing Queen' foursome USA Today 04 May 2018
'SOS' band The Washington Post 25 Apr 2018
"SOS" band LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2018
Palindromic band with the palindromic song 'S.O.S.' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Apr 2018
Swedish pop group Universal 13 Apr 2018
'SOS' pop group USA Today 03 Apr 2018
'Waterloo' pop group Premier Sunday 01 Apr 2018
'SOS' group Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2018
Two-letter pop group LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2018
Two-letter pop group The Washington Post 18 Mar 2018
"The Winner Takes It All" group LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2018
'The Winner Takes It All' group The Washington Post 11 Mar 2018
Acronymic band name Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2018
''Waterloo'' supergroup Newsday 11 Feb 2018
'Dancing Queen' group Thomas Joseph 24 Jan 2018
'Waterloo' singers Wall Street Journal 22 Jan 2018
"Fernando" pop group LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2018
'Fernando' pop group The Washington Post 18 Jan 2018
Band whose songs are featured in a hit 2001 musical and 2018 movie
"Fernando" band
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet
Pop group with a backward letter in its logo
"Fernando" pop group
"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" group
"SOS" band
Palindromic Swedish band
Quartet named for its members
Band with a symmetrical logo
Biblical "father"
Swedish pop quartet that won the 1974 Eurovision contest
Swedish pop group
"Dancing Queen" foursome
"Dancing Queen" vocal group
"One of Us" pop group
"Super Trouper" vocal group
Pop group named for its members' initials
Quartet with a Stockholm museum
Singing group on a Swedish postage stamp
Singing group with a palindromic name
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" singers
"Waterloo" singing group
Palindromic pop group
Swedish pop group The Telegraph Quick 21 Dec 2017
Pop group whose hits include 'Super Trouper' The Telegraph General Knowledge 10 Dec 2017
"Super Trouper" vocal group USA Today 04 Dec 2017
Scandinavian supergroup Newsday 19 Nov 2017
'I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do' group Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2017
"Waterloo" band LA Times Daily 15 Nov 2017
'Waterloo' band The Washington Post 15 Nov 2017
Pop group with a Stockholm museum USA Today 08 Nov 2017
Band whose name is an acronym Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2017
'SOS' singers Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2017
"Fernando" foursome USA Today 11 Sep 2017
'Dancing Queen' quartet The Washington Post 07 Sep 2017
"Dancing Queen" quartet LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2017
"Chiquitita" vocal group USA Today 06 Sep 2017
"SOS" pop group USA Today 23 Aug 2017
Group with the hit 'Waterloo' New York Times 22 Aug 2017
'Voulez-Vous' band Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2017
See 50-Across Wall Street Journal 27 Jul 2017
'Fernando' quartet Premier Sunday 16 Jul 2017
''Mamma Mia!'' group Newsday 09 Jul 2017
Group that inspired "Mamma Mia!" USA Today 09 Jul 2017
"SOS" group LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2017
'SOS' group The Washington Post 07 Jul 2017
'Dancing Queen' pop group The Washington Post 30 May 2017
"Dancing Queen" pop group LA Times Daily 30 May 2017
'Waterloo' group Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2017
'Fernando' group New York Times 15 Mar 2017
"Mamma Mia!" singing group USA Today 07 Mar 2017
'Waterloo' band New York Times 12 Feb 2017
'Chiquitita' quartet The Washington Post 08 Feb 2017
'Take a Chance on Me' group Wall Street Journal 04 Feb 2017
Europop superstar group Newsday 03 Feb 2017
Palindromic band of Swedes Universal 02 Feb 2017
Swedish pop group The Times Concise 27 Jan 2017
'Fernando' band Wall Street Journal 07 Jan 2017
Pop group from Stockholm Wall Street Journal 04 Jan 2017
Pop group with a backwards "B" in its logo USA Today 03 Jan 2017
Biblical pop group The Telegraph Toughie 03 Jan 2017
"Chiquitita" vocal group
"Fernando" foursome
"SOS" pop group
Group that inspired "Mamma Mia!"
Pop group with a Stockholm museum
Pop group with a backwards "B" in its logo
"Dancing Queen" pop group
Group with the hit "Waterloo"
"Waterloo" band
"Fernando" group
Swedish pop quartet
"Waterloo" band
Palindromic band of Swedes
"SOS" group
"Dancing Queen" quartet
'Fernando' band New York Times 11 Dec 2016
'Dancing Queen' singers Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2016
Eban of Israel Premier Sunday 04 Dec 2016
"Waterloo" pop group USA Today 03 Dec 2016
"Dancing Queen" pop group Universal 19 Nov 2016
Bishop's title in the Coptic Church New York Times 17 Nov 2016
'Mamma Mia!' quartet Premier Sunday 13 Nov 2016
'SOS' band Premier Sunday 06 Nov 2016
Palindromic pop quartet USA Today 02 Nov 2016
"Waterloo" quartet USA Today 30 Sep 2016
Palindromic band name New York Times 27 Sep 2016
'Knowing Me, Knowing You' group Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2016
'Dancing Queen' band Premier Sunday 14 Aug 2016
Pop foursome formed in Stockholm LA Times Daily 24 Jul 2016
Pop group that broke through at the 1974 Eurovision contest New York Times 19 Jul 2016
Rock Hall of Fame foursome Newsday 08 Jul 2016
"Mamma Mia!" quartet USA Today 03 Jul 2016
"SOS" singing group USA Today 19 Jun 2016
Israeli diplomat Eban USA Today 15 Jun 2016
Statesman Eban USA Today 13 Jun 2016
"Chiquitita" singing group Universal 17 May 2016
'Mamma Mia' group Premier Sunday 08 May 2016
Name on the cover of ''Voice of Israel'' Newsday 30 Apr 2016
"Dancing Queen" group USA Today 19 Apr 2016
Swedish singing group Newsday 27 Mar 2016
'Take a Chance on Me' group The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Mar 2016
Group that originally went by the name Festfolk Wall Street Journal 19 Mar 2016
'Fernando' foursome The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Mar 2016
'Waterloo' band Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2016
''Dancing Queen'' group Newsday 28 Feb 2016
Group that was composed of two married couples Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2016
'Chiquitita' quartet Premier Sunday 24 Jan 2016
Group heard in ''Mamma Mia!'' Newsday 14 Jan 2016
Pop foursome formed in Stockholm
"Fernando" band
Bishop's title in the Coptic Church
Palindromic band name
Pop group that broke through at the 1974 Eurovision contest
"Fernando" foursome
"Take a Chance on Me" group
Palindromic pop group
"Mamma Mia!" quartet
"SOS" singing group
"Waterloo" quartet
Israeli diplomat Eban
Palindromic pop quartet
Statesman Eban
'Take A Chance On Me' group The Washington Post 31 Dec 2015
Israel's Eban Eugene Sheffer 30 Dec 2015
'70s Swedish supergroup Newsday 25 Dec 2015
Two of its members wrote the music for "Chess" LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2015
Swedish quartet LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2015
Quartet with its own Stockholm museum The Washington Post 05 Dec 2015
'Dancing Queen' band Eugene Sheffer 03 Dec 2015
Quartet whose name is made up of its members' initials The Washington Post 29 Nov 2015
Palindromic pop quartet The Washington Post 26 Nov 2015
'Knowing Me, Knowing You' group The Washington Post 19 Nov 2015
'SOS' quartet The Washington Post 16 Nov 2015
''Mamma Mia!'' pop group Newsday 04 Nov 2015
Pop group once providing their own backing The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Sep 2015
"Fernando" quartet USA Today 17 Aug 2015
Group whose first U.S. hit was 'Waterloo' New York Times 13 Aug 2015
'Rock Me' group, 1975 New York Times 30 Jul 2015
'Waterloo' quartet Eugene Sheffer 23 Jul 2015
"Dancing Queen" quartet Universal 15 Jul 2015
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers since 2010 LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2015
Israel's Eban Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2015
'Chiquitita' band Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2015
Palindromic pop quartet LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2015
'Mamma Mia!' group Premier Sunday 24 May 2015
'70s Swedish quartet Newsday 20 May 2015
"Take a Chance on Me" group LA Times Daily 12 May 2015
Swedish rock group Canadiana 04 May 2015
Group with the hit 1978 album 'The Album' New York Times 01 Apr 2015
'Dancing Queen' music group Jonesin 26 Mar 2015
'Waterloo' band Thomas Joseph 12 Mar 2015
Pop group with a backward 'B' in its name New York Times 09 Mar 2015
Biblical father in group The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Mar 2015
'Mamma Mia' quartet Premier Sunday 01 Mar 2015
Group whose logo looks the same in a mirror LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2015
Two of its members wrote the music for "Chess"
Swedish quartet
Pop group with a backward "B" in its name
Group with the hit 1978 album "The Album"
'70s Frida Lyngstad pop band
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers since 2010
Palindromic pop quartet
"Chiquitita" quartet
"Dancing Queen" singers
Group whose logo looks the same in a mirror
"Dancing Queen" band
"Take a Chance on Me" group
"Mamma Mia!" group
"Rock Me" group, 1975
Group whose first U.S. hit was "Waterloo"
Israel's Eban
"Fernando" quartet
"Dancing Queen" quartet
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" group
"Mamma Mia!" group
"SOS" quartet
"Super Trouper" quartet
"Take a Chance on Me" group
Palindromic pop quartet
Quartet whose name is made up of its members' initials
Quartet with its own Stockholm museum
'Mamma Mia!' group
"Mamma Mia!" pop group
"Chiquitita" band
Palindromic band
'70s Swedish quartet
Quatrain pattern
'70s Swedish supergroup
"Winner Takes It All" band
'Waterloo' quartet
'Mamma Mia' quartet
Alphabetically first inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
"Chiquitita" band
'70s "Chiquitita" pop band
'70s Agnetha Faltskog band
Group featured in "Mamma Mia!"
'70s pop supergroup
"Mamma Mia!" singing group
"Mamma Mia!" group
"Mamma Mia!" foursome
"Take a Chance on Me" singers
Ones repeating "I do" in 1976?
'70s quartet consisting of two married couples
Eban of Israel
"Dancing Queen" pop group
"Fernando" band
"Fernando" singers
"Money, Money, Money" music makers
"Waterloo" group
Group that won 1974's Eurovision Song Contest
Swedish pop group, '72-'82
Common rhyme scheme
Swedish rock foursome
"Dancing Queen" band
"Fernando" band
"SOS" singers
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet
"The Winner Takes It All" singers
Agnetha, Benny, Björn, and Anni-Frid, collectively
Album with the hit "Mamma Mia"
Group whose second letter is often written backwards
"Waterloo" group
"Take a Chance on Me" band
'70s pop superstars
Agnetha, Benny and two others
Swedish pop group
'SOS' pop quartet
Mideast pops?
Eurovision 1974 got them started
"Fernando" band
Subject of a Stockholm museum
"Mamma Mia!" quartet
Benny Andersson was in it
"Dancing Queen" singers
"Mamma Mia!" inspiration
Group whose last Top 40 hit was "When All Is Said and Done"
"Waterloo" pop group
'70s "The Winner Takes It All" band
"Mamma Mia!" quartet
"I Have a Dream" group
Swedish supergroup
"Waterloo" band
"The Winner Takes It All" quartet
"Fernando" foursome
"Fernando" foursome
"Dancing Queen" band
Group whose music is heard in "Mamma Mia!"
Singers of "Voulez-Vous" and "Waterloo"
Swedish cheese-pop band
'SOS' band
'Take a Chance on Me' band
"Mamma Mia" Swedes
Iconic Swedish foursome
Quartet that broke out in spring 1972, and the scheme of this puzzle's theme
"Chiquitita" singers
"Dancing Queen" group
"Super Trouper" band
"Waterloo" singers
Palindrome in pop music
Palindromic band
Palindromic pop group
Swedish band in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Swedish rock group
"Mamma Mia!" inspiration
39-Across band
"Fernando" foursome
"Mamma Mia!" band
2010 Rock Hall inductee
Group signed by Polar Music
Pop foursome that took its name from its members' first initials
"Mamma Mia!" Swedes
"Take a Chance on Me" Swedes
"SOS" singers
"Mamma Mia!" musicians
Swedish pop quartet
With 47-Across, Israel's first ambassador to the U.N.
"Dancing Queen" group
"Fernando" quartet
"Dancing Queen" band
Group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010
"Dancing Queen" quartet
'70s Swedes
"Mamma Mia!" group
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet
Group whose name combines the first letters of its members' names
"Waterloo" group
Björn Ulvaeus's group
Swedish group that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
"Dancing Queen" group
Björn Ulvaeus's group
"Waterloo" group
"Fernando" quartet
'70s pop quartet
Palindromic pop group
"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" group
"Mamma Mia" group
"Mamma Mia" singers
"Dancing Queen" quartet
1970s-'80s group with a palindromic name
"Take a Chance On Me" group
"Mamma Mia!" group
Swedish pop foursome
"Enclosed" rhyme scheme
Swedish group that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
"Mamma Mia!" inspiration
"Mamma Mia!" band
Swedish megaband
"Mamma Mia!" song source
"Take a Chance on Me" singers
"Chiquitita" quartet
Quartet named for its singers
"Fernando" singers
"S.O.S." pop group
Swedish pop foursome
Israeli diplomat Eban
"Waterloo" pop group
"Take a Chance on Me" quartet
"Mamma Mia!" pop group
"Dancing Queen" quartet
"Dancing Queen" band
Pop group whose name is coincidentally a rhyme scheme
Pop group whose first Top 40 album was, appropriately, "Arrival"
Inspiration for Björn Again
Alphabetically first inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
"SOS" band
"Chiquitita" group
Quartet named for its singers
Palindromic pop group
"Fernando" singers
Rhyme scheme
"Fernando" band
'Chiquitita' band
"Waterloo" singers
"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" group
Band that won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest
"___ Gold" (compilation album with "Super Trouper")
'70s supergroup
"Does You Mother Know" band
"Mamma Mia!" band
"The Winner Takes It All" group
"Waterloo" singers
"Mamma Mia!" inspiration
Bjorn, Benny, Agnetha and Anni-Frid
Inspiration for "Mamma Mia!"
Top-selling pop group of the '70s
Diplomat Eban
Group correctly spelled with one mirrored letter
Israeli statesman Eban
Source of the music for a 2001 theatrical hit
"___ Gold," 1992 album that has sold 28 million copies worldwide
"Money, Money, Money" band
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"Waterloo" band
"Mamma Mia" quartet
'70s supergroup
1974 Eurovision winners
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"Voice of Israel" author Eban
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"Fernando" group
"Take a Chance on Me" band
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"The Winner Takes It All" group
'SOS' group
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"Mamma Mia!" music source
"Super Trouper" group, 1980
"Waterloo" pop group
Pop group whose music was the basis of a hit 2001 Broadway musical
"Fernando" foursome
Rhyme scheme
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"Money, Money, Money" band
Quartet named for its members
Eban of Israel
Contemporary of Moshe
With 35 Down, South African-born diplomat
Simple rhyme scheme
"Mamma Mia" foursome
"Dancing Queen" group
"Dancing Queen" band
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"Fernando" foursome
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Rhyme scheme of Tennyson's "In Memoriam"
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Coptic bishop's title
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" band
"Mamma Mia!" band
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"Voulez-Vous" pop group
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Reversible rockers?
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"Thank You for the Music" group
"Mamma Mia!" band
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Coptic cleric's title
"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" singers
"Mamma Mia" inspiration
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"Mamma Mia" inspiration
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"S.O.S." group
"Chiquitita" band
"Fernando" group
Band with the first-ever mass-produced CD
Golda's successor as Israeli foreign minister
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Swedish pop-rock group
"Enclosed rhyme" scheme
1974 Eurovision Song Contest Winners
"Fernando" band
Their songs are in "Mamma Mia!"
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" group
"Mamma Mia" pop group
"Mamma Mia" inspiration
"Super Trouper" band
"SOS" singers
'70s mega-selling pop group
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Mideast diplomat Eban
"Mamma Mia" group
"Fernando" band
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"Dancing Queen" band
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"Waterloo" band
"Dancing Queen" band
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Biblical father
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Title for a Coptic bishop
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"SOS" pop group
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Benny and three others
Israeli diplomat Eban
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"Super Trouper" group
"Dancing Queen" quartet
"Take a Chance on Me" singers
"Thank You for the Music" band
"Waterloo" quartet
"Money, Money, Money" band
"Voulez-Vous" band
Swedish pop quartet
"Mamma Mia" inspiration
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Rhyme scheme of "In Memoriam"
Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid
"Fernando" pop group
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"SOS" group
"Waterloo" foursome
Eban of Israel
"Waterloo" group
"SOS" group
"Fernando" group
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Self-titled 1975 pop album
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Biblical "father"
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"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" group
'Waterloo' singers
"Mamma Mia" band
"Mamma Mia" quartet
"S.O.S." band
1970s hitmakers
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"Voulez-Vous" singers
"Take a Chance on Me" singers
1975 self-titled album
Balanced rhyme scheme
"Dancing Queen" quartet
"Dancing Queen" pop group
"Chiquitita" quartet
Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid
'70s rock superstars
'Mamma Mia' group
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"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" singers
"Mamma Mia" quartet
Balanced rhyme scheme
Four Swedish singers
'SOS' singers
Swedish pop group
Palindromic pop group
Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid
Agnetha's pop group
"Fernando" singers
"Mamma Mia" group
"Fernando" singers
Their songs are in "Mamma Mia!"
Quartet featuring Agnetha Faltskog
Eban of Israel
Swedish supergroup
"Waterloo" singers
"Take a Chance on Me" group
Self-titled 1975 album
"Fernando" singers
Four musical Swedes
"Take a Chance on Me" singers
"Money, Money, Money" group
Scandinavian quartet
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"S.O.S." singers
Eban of Israel
Pop quartet from Sweden
"Super Trouper" group
Swedish rockers
Palindromic band
Palindromic pop group
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Eban of Israel
"Dancing Queen" bunch
"SOS" group
"Mamma Mia!" music makers
Björn Ulvaeus's group
"Waterloo" group
"Mamma Mia" pop group
"Mamma Mia" group
"Dancing Queen" singers
"S.O.S" singers
Rhyme scheme
With 68 Across, Israeli statesman
"Dancing Queen" band
"Mamma Mia!" band
Eban of Israel
"Mamma Mia" pop group
"Mamma Mia" group
With 23 Across, South African-born diplomat
Group behind a 2001 Broadway musical
"Dancing Queen" pop group
Diplomat Eban
"Take a Chance on Me" group
"S.O.S." group
Palindromic pop group
Palindromic pop group
Hebrew father
"I Do I Do I Do I Do I Do" group
"Hasta Manana" band
Swedish rock group
"Fernando" group
Palindromic rock group
"Waterloo" group
"Fernando" band
Rhyme structure
"Dancing Queen" singers
"Voulez-Vous" performers
"Waterloo" group
Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, and Benny Andersson
"S.O.S." singers
'70s rock acronym
'70s rock superstars
Father, in the Bible
Quatrain rhyme scheme
"S.O.S." band
"Fernando" singers
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Palindrome in pop
Palindromic pop band
Rhyme scheme
'70s Swedish rockers
With 49 Across, Israeli statesman
"SOS" pop group
Fernando band
Father: Heb.
Angeleyes group
Swedish pop group
Agnetha, Benny and two others
With 26-Down, Israel's first UN delegate
Swedish quartet
"Super Trouper" group
"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" quartet
Title for some bishops
"SOS" pop group
Quatrain pattern
Quatrain pattern
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"Knowing Me, Knowing You" group
Disco-era hitmakers from Sweden
Ulvaeuses' group
"Dancing Queen" music group
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___ Eban of Israel
Redondilla rhyme scheme
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"S.O.S." pop group
"Mamma Mia" group
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Rhyme scheme
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"Waterloo" singers
"Dancing Queen" group
"Dancing Queen" singers
"Dancing Queen" band
With 2-Down, "My People" author
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Israel's Eban
'70s Swedish band
Group with the 1976 hit "Fernando"
Coptic bishop's title
Common rhyme scheme
1970's hitmakers from Sweden
"SOS" singers
Bishop's title
Rhyme scheme for Mr. Eban?
Statesman Eban
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"Waterloo" singing group
Eban
Mamma Mia group
Dancing Queen group
Rhyme pattern
Eastern Church title
With 45-Down, author of "My People"
Rock group from Sweden
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Swedish rock gp.
"Waterloo" pop band
Biblical invocation to God
Pop group in "Muriel's Wedding"
Palindromic pop quartet
"I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" singers
Eastern church title
Israel's Eban
Palindromic name in pop music
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Palindromic clerical title
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Coptic Church title
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With 49 Down, Israeli V.I.P.
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Mr. Eban
___ Eban of Israel
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Israeli name
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Rhyme scheme.
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Rhyme scheme of a quatrain.
Hebrew title.
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Biblical title of respect.
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Rhyme scheme used in Italian sonnets.
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Ambassador Eban.
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Father.
Eastern title.
Bishop's title in Eastern churches.
Title of bishops in Oriental Christian churches.
Mr. Eban of Israel.
First name of 62 Across.
Mr. Eban, Israeli Minister to the United States.
Israel's Ambassador Eban.
Italian-born actress Marta ___.
Jewish title of honor.
Inspiration for the tribute bands Fernando Rising and Mamamia
Inspiration for the tribute bands Björn Again and Swede Dreamz
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