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HER 'AGNES GREY' APPEARED IN 1847 UNDER THE PSEUDONYM ACTON BELL (NOTICE THE INITIALS)
THE MODERN HARP HAS 47 STRINGS & 7 OF THESE TO RAISE THE STRINGS' PITCH
TERM FOR A DAUGHTER OF A PERSON'S SISTER OR BROTHER
OFTEN COMPARED TO COGNAC, THIS FRENCH BRANDY IS ONLY DISTILLED ONCE, SO IT'S NOT AS STRONG
IN THE HARRY POTTER NOVELS, THEY'RE JUST YOUR AVERAGE NON-MAGICAL HUMANS
TELL YOUR OLD MAN TO DRAG THIS '70s UCLA & TRAIL BLAZER CENTER (& LANIER!) UP & DOWN THE COURT FOR 48 MINUTES
IN 1942 THIS COMPARATIVELY ISOLATED NEW MEXICO PLACE WAS CHOSEN FOR AN ATOMIC RESEARCH LAB
IN 1275 MARCO POLO VISITED THIS CITY, TODAY CHINA'S CAPITAL, & PRAISED ITS BEAUTY
WHAT'S THAT GIRL? JIMMY'S IN THE WELL & YOU STARRED IN THIS TV SHOW THAT LASTED FROM 1954 TO 1974
MOST MAPS TYPICALLY USE THIS COLOR TO DEPICT BODIES OF WATER
THIS PLANET, THE THIRD LARGEST IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM, WAS DISCOVERED BY WILLIAM HERSCHEL IN 1781
THIS TRAGIC TITLE CHARACTER LAMENTS, 'I AM A MAN MORE SINNED AGAINST THAN SINNING'
COMMON IRON CONSISTS OF A MIXTURE OF 4 OF THESE, IRON-54, IRON-56, IRON-57, & IRON-58
ASA BUTTERFIELD PLAYED THIS 2011 TITLE MOVIE CHARACTER WHOSE LAST NAME IS CABRET
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY LIES AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION ON THIS RIVER
NO MANY HOW MANY SIDES A CONVEX POLYGON HAS, THE SUM OF ITS EXTERIOR ANGLES WILL ALWAYS EQUAL THIS MANY DEGREES
THIS 'GREAT' PERSIAN LEADER FREED THE JEWS FROM THEIR BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY
TEAMS GO 45,000 MILES ACROSS 5 CONTINENTS TO GAIN FAME & HARD CASH ON THIS SHOW
FOR SOME REASON, A 3D LEGEND OF ZELDA GAME IS SUBTITLED THIS INSTRUMENT 'OF TIME'
THE NAME OF THIS CONDITION THAT AFFECTS MOSTLY WOMEN LITERALLY MEANS 'POROUS BONE'
THIS HUNTING DOG IS THE STATE DOG OF VIRGINIA
THIS TERM FOR FOR A LONG-HANDLED GARDENING TOOL CAN ALSO MEAN AN IMMORAL PLEASURE SEEKER
THIS MADRID MUSEUM HAS VAN DYCK'S 'BEATRICE COUNTESS OF OXFORD' & 'THE EXECUTIONS' BY BOYA

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