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T'ang Dynasty poet
Former Irish Prime Minister Cosgrove
Wife of Jacob - sister of Rachel - mother of Judah
__ the Hyena (cartoon character)
Novelist Gould ('Such Good Friends' 'Final Analysis')
Dolly of 'Hello Dolly!'
Czech composer Janacek
Floor covering, to a Brit
Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer's 'Woman With a __'
Leopold and __ (1920's murder case - Richard Darrow defended them)
Doc's wife in William Inge's 'Come Back, Little Sheba'
Ukrainian city
Glassmaker's oven
Financial writer Marshall __
1814 Lord Byron poem
Pioneering Soviet spacecraft series
'__ - humanite' (literally, 'injured')
E.S. __, old game company (Yahtzee)
'70's TV husband of Phyllis
Old Spanish kingdom
Russian car make
Mrs. Rabin of Israel
Dancer Montez who was King Ludwig I's mistress ('The Art of Beauty')
Theater actor Teeter
Italian author Primo __ ('If This Is a Man' 'The Drowned and the Saved')
Italian site of a Napoleon 1796 victory
River in Siberia
Dissolve, as cells
Politico and author Clare Boothe __
Austrian-born film director Fritz ('Metropolis' 'M')
Oscar-winning Russian actress Kedrova ('Zorba the Greek')
European romantic song
Swan's partner in myth
Burlesque stripper of '40's-'50's, __ St. Cyr
Nicaragua's second largest city
__ Johnston, former fiance of Bristol Palin
Senator from Alaska, Murkowski
Terhune's book '___ Dog'
MGM co-founder Marcus
Russian-American actress Wood ('Peyton Place' 'Diamonds Are Forever')
Irish author O'Flaherty ('The Informer')
Somerset Maugham's '__ of Lambeth'
Where Samson defeated the Philistines
Spanish composer Edouard
Old Apple computer
'__ Marlene' (WWII song)
__ Linda, California
Superboy's girlfriend '__ Lang'
Historic Swedish city
Legal scholar Guinier
German filmmaker Riefenstahl ('Triumph of the Will')
French novelist Pierre
'Granada' songwriter Agustin __
Broad-topped hill, in the southwest
Actor Mark __-Baker ('Perfect Strangers')
French for milk
Kind of moth
German for air
Unaspirated consonant
__ Hayes of 'The Mod Squad'
Famed limerick writer Edward ('The Owl and the Pussycat')
Wine sediment - dregs
Cobbler's block; shoe filler
Roman goddess of the moon
Reader's Digest co-founder, __ Wallace
Italian writer Carlo ('Christ Stopped at Eboli')
Poland's second largest city
Angle iron; beam with a bend
Old type-setting machine, briefly
Mother of Helen of Troy - Castor and Pollux
Australasian parrot
Obama's Secretary of Defense - former C.I.A. director Panetta
Actress Albright of TV's 'Peter Gunn'
Italy's __ di Como
Edmund Cartwright's power invention, 1785
__ Park, old Coney Island attraction
Spanish or Italian for lake
Willingly; gladly
Italian film director Wertmuller ('Seven Beauties')
1953 Leslie Caron musical
Swedish diva Jenny
Country singer McCann
Superman's mother
Early film star __ Lee (Valentino co-star in 'Blood and Sand')
Broadway's __-Fontanne Theater
1960's Israeli Prime Minister, __ Eshkol
Bergman's surname in 'Casablanca'
Chinese dynasty of 1,000 years ago
Sally __ (teacake)
'South Pacific' girl
Newbery-winning children's author Lowry
Venetian beach
Boston suburb
Tribe of Israel
Italian actress Virna
'60 Minutes' correspondent Logan
Old __, Connecticut
Opera by Alban Berg
Novelist Anita (Lorelei Lee creator, 'A Girl Like I' 'Gentlmen Prefer Blondes')
Ohio city
Give a thumbs-up on Facebook
Roman historian
1890's Vice President __ P. Morton
Director Adrian ('Fatal Attraction' 'Unfaithful')
'Time' co-founder Henry
German or Dutch for song
Mother of Apollo & Artemis - daughter of Phoebe
Son of Leah and Jacob in Bible
Norwegian 1968 Chemistry Nobelist, Onsager
Grammy-winning film composer Schifrin
Waterfall, in Scotland

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