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ClueWho Is Or What IsCategory
When Winona Ryder whispers, 'Hold me', this Johnny Depp title character replies 'I can't'CHARACTERS IN MOVIES
In a poem he named himself Cadenus, an anagram of Decanus, or 'Dean18th CENTURY AUTHORS
Born June 8, 1867 in Richland Center, Wisconsin, he dreamed of moving to Chicago, with its soaring architectureWHERE YA FROM?
Also known as butter beans, they were, prior to being exported to Europe, a diet staple of the IncaIT CAME FROM THE NEW WORLD
It's the form of glucose that rotates a plane of polarized light clockwiseSCIENCE
Monistic theories reduce the search for good to one thing, like pleasure in the case of this theoryETHICS
Scandals during this president's tenure included the Whiskey Ring, the Indian Ring & the Credit Mobilier CrisisCORRUPTION JUNCTION
The name of this portion of the brainstem means 'the long marrow'THE FACTS OF LIFE
Yalies once cheered, 'Brek-ek-ek-ex, ko-ax, ko-ax', the chorus of these creatures in an Aristophanes playCHEERS
This tome was a collection of spells, charms & magical formulas for the deceased to use in the afterlifeEGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY
In a standard international deck, he's the only one-eyed kingPICK A CARD
These twins & recent First Daughters were named for their grandmothersTWINS
900 years old when he died, he spoke in OSV syntax, object-subject-verbMOVIE CHARACTERS
Haakon & Kristin, mascots of this city's Olympics, were named for a Norwegian prince & princessWINTER OLYMPICS MASCOTS
This 1928 title character begins as a man & ends, almost 400 years later, as a young woman (but not in Florida)WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
In 2010, 467 years after his death, this man at odds with the church was reburied with honors at a Polish cathedral16TH CENTURY NAMES
The only U.S. mint ever outside the continental U.S. was opened in 1920 in this Asian country, then a U.S. colonyASIA
A brief thaw in the icy chill of Soviet repression is named for this Russian leader who took power in 1953THAWS
Charles Sumner & Thaddeus Stevens were leaders of this 'extreme' Republican groupTHE RECONSTRUCTION ERA
Its Nov. 22, 1963 front-page headline read: 'Storm of Political Controversy Swirls Around Kennedy on Visit'HAVE YOU HEARD THE 'NEWS'?
A 2005 sale of 14,159,265 shares prompted the headline 'Google offers shares, seeks global piece of' thisBUSINESS
In 1848 ladies said 'yes!' when the USA's first medical school for women opened in the state capitalIT'S YES-VEMBER
This western European country with a 3-million-strong Turkish minority is one of Turkey's main trading partnersTURKEY DAY
Ports on this bay include Bilbao, Spain & Bayonne, FranceEUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY
After Nazi Major Strasser has been shot, the command goes out to 'round up' this group, the title of another filmYOU MUST REMEMBER CASABLANCA
This noble gas used in high-speed photography lamps takes its name from the Greek for 'hidden'SCIENCE 'K'LASS
Sad songs may tug at these internal strands5 CONSONANTS IN A ROW
In 2011 this politician said he didn't deserve the honor of having the Wilmington, Del. train station named after himIT'S THE HUMILITY
ClueWho Is Or What IsCategory
It's rare to get Oscar nominations for Best Director & Best Actor for the same film; he is 1 of the 2 who did it twiceACTOR-DIRECTORS
He wrote, 'He looked upon the garish day With such a wistful eye; The man had killed the thing he loved, & so he had to die'19th CENTURY POETRY
He began construction of his first airship in June 1898 in a wooden hangar on Lake ConstanceAIRSHIPS
4 score & 7 minus the syllables in a haikuNEW MATH
Mind your this 16th c. Italian art movement that gave us long-necked MadonnasTERMS OF ART
On Nov. 17, 1871 Union vets dismayed by soldiers' lack of proficiency in one skill formed this organizationORGANIZATIONS
This adjective means 'thwarting an intended goal', like living on credit while trying to save money17-LETTER WORDS
In this animated film Fred Captains the title transport to PepperlandCOLOR MOVIES
Harpo Marx was among this group when it met in NYC's Rose Room for its final time, in 1943, & found there was nothing left to sayNOTABLE GROUPS
The grizzly bear & the gray wolfGIVE THE ORDER
This 1984 film included Salieri's 1788 'Axur, Re d'Ormus'ON THE MOVIE SOUNDTRACK
Jean-Jacques Dessalines was killed in a revolt 2 years after declaring himself Emperor of this countryASSUME THE POSITION
John Gray: 'The Classic Guide to Understanding the Opposite Sex'BOOKS' SUBTITLES
Keats' 'Ode on' this says, 'Sylvan historian, who canst thus express a flowery tale more sweetly than our rhyme'SWEET TALK
This European operation that began in 1948 was the independent USAF's first major international challengeTHE U.S. AIR FORCE
In 17th c. Virginia it cost you 50 pounds of tobacco to miss weekly attendance hereA FINE CATEGORY
Her 'Agnes Grey' appeared in 1847 under the pseudonym Acton Bell (note the initials)NOVELS
It's the shorter, better-known name of the document 'United States-Vietnam Relations, 1945-1967'HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
Meteorologist Vilhelm Bjerknes popularized this 5-letter term for the place where warm & cold air masses meetWEATHER
This verb can refer to making & serving sodas or to cutting meat into long strips to be dried in the sunODD WORDS
These 2 nations, one an island, have highest peaks with the same name; they also share a common European cultureCOUNTRIES' HIGHEST PEAKS
Geraldine Doyle, who in 1942 took a job at a Michigan metal factory, helped inspire the look & job of this iconic characterAMERICAN WOMEN
Although Dutch is the official language, Sranan Tongo is spoken by most people in this South American countryLANGUAGES
It's the occupation mentioned in a 1916 James Joyce book titleLITERARY TITLE OCCUPATIONS
The genus Kinixys includes the only turtles with a hinge on this, the upper shellTURTLES & TORTOISES
This 2-word term has its origins in a hostage-taking that followed the botched 1973 Norrmalmstorg bank robberyPSYCHOLOGY TERMS
A member of the Hanseatic League, this city with a 4-letter name was once known as the 'Paris of the Baltic'WORLD CITIES
She said, 'I told my plans to no one. I was not killing a man, but a wild beast that was devouring the French people'FRENCH HISTORY
ClueWho Is Or What IsCategory
I once wrote that without seeing it, men are led to 'advance the interest of the society' by this anatomical agentMADAM, I'M ADAM SMITH
Per 'A Visit From St. Nicholas', it's alphabetically last among Santa's 8 reindeerCRAZY 8s
Invented in 1943, this toy was flung over tree branches by soldiers in Vietnam & used as a makeshift radio antennaTOYS
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, formerly Duchess of YorkKING OF QUEEN
An institute of physical sciences at the University of Copenhagen is named for this physicistMEN OF SCIENCE
A few years back Wrigley Field introduced the Northside Twist, a 4-pound one of these with 3 dipping saucesSTADIUM FOOD
They were the first 2 sisters ever nominated for the same acting Oscar in the same yearHOLLYWOOD HISTORY
Adding up the denominations of circulating bills with U.S. presidents on the front gives you this totalU.S. MONEY MATH
It's from the Italian for 'little sound'TYPES OF POEMS
This classic book begins, 'The pretty little Swiss town of Mayenfeld lies at the foot of a mountain range'CHILDREN'S LIT
However you draw the border between Nicaragua & this 2-named country, somebody gets mad, huh?MAPMAKER, MAPMAKER
The name given to these islands when they were annexed by the U.S. in 1867 reflected their position between America & AsiaTHE LONELY ISLAND
In 1929, while working for RCA, this inventor & engineer demonstrated the first practical all-electronic TVLADS NAMED VLAD
The word for a song element you won't find in instrumentals comes from the name of this instrumentFROM THE GREEK
Piloting Vostok 6, she orbited the Earth 48 times durnig her trip into space in 1963NOTABLE WOMEN
Pen, my boy, I fell in love with your mother's poetry before I met her in person at her Wimpole Street house in May 1845HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (We want you to name the speaker of the clue)
7 women have been the secretary of this, the most for any department in the president's cabinetTHE PRESIDENTIAL CABINET
The title of this 1981 Pulitzer Prize winner comes from a Jonathan Swift line about how lesser minds unite to oppose geniusMODERN AMERICAN NOVELS
Still in existence, it begin in 1688 in a British coffee shop popular with maritime folk; it soon got involved in their businessINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Longfellow: 'Behind the clouds is the sun still shining; thy fate is the common fate of all, into each life' these four wordsVERSE CASE SCENARIO
The wives of the co-founders of the city now home to the University of Michigan both had this first nameMICHIGAN
On Feb. 1, 1958 the Detroit Free Press said, 'U.S. Fires Moon!'; they meant the USA's first of these, Explorer 1I'M GONNA MOON YOU!
All isotopes of astatine, the heaviest halogen, are this, which is why they have half-livesHALOGENS
Prince Siegfried finds romance is for the birds (like Odette) in this 19th century balletBALLET IT ON THICK
Fittingly, the title character of this 1841 novel dines on venison in Chapter 1CHARACTER IN JAMES FENIMORE COOPER
What's that I say? You need this type of implant in your inner ear that directly stimulates the hearing nerveTHE DOCTOR WILL 'C' YOU NOW
The Battle of ChapultepecTHE LAST BATTLE
June 28, 1914 was the last day for this heir to a European throneBAD HEIR DAY

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