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Can you name the phrases, titles, idioms, or people that follow the pattern ______ of ______?
Updated Nov 27, 2013
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The word 'of' does not have to be included in answers. Disregard articles "the" or "a" which may normally be at the beginning of some answers. Multiple sources used.
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Young girl who received divine inspiration to lead the French army in battle; later burned at the stake
Mary Poppins says that it will help the medicine go down, as adding a bit of pleasantness to any distasteful task makes it better
Idiom describing a source of unpredictable or unexpected problems, as in 'opening up a...
A conjuring trick requiring manual dexterity; a term for a magician's 'quick fingers'
As an idiom: a flimsy structure, arrangement, or situation that is in danger of collapsing or failing; or more literally, you can build one using the 2 of clubs, 3 of hearts, etc..
1998-2007 sitcom set in New York starring Kevin James and Leah Remini
A standard of comparison for describing how much fun something is; or Milton Bradley's game in which you hook the arms of primate figures together into a chain
Nickname for Los Angeles
A nickname for Superman
2008 James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig
Dorothy Gale and her companions traveled to the Emerald City to see this ruler, hopeful that he would solve their problems
Historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames, it is home to the Crown Jewels.
Name of both a 1953 and a 2005 horror movie; or a museum containing figures in the likenesses of famous people.
A non-profit charity that accepts donations of human hair for the purpose of making wigs for needy children who have lost their hair due to a medical condition
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The lowest legislative body of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
A heraldic design indicating ancestry unique to a person, family, or state.
Bad-tempered character in 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' who is fond of issuing death sentences and playing croquet.
Unsuccessful invasion attempt to overthrow the Cuban government in 1961
Ponce de León is said to have been searching for this legendary spring
First wife of Henry VIII
1963 Johnny Cash song; or an area in the Pacific Ocean containing over 75% of the world's active and dormant volcanoes
A gift to the U.S. from France, this sculpture stands in New York Harbor
The legendary El Dorado was thought to be this
1989 Kevin Costner movie; he plays an Iowa farmer who builds a baseball diamond.
An establishment or museum commemorating a group of people judged outstanding in their sport or profession; e.g. baseball's is located in Cooperstown, NY
Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, Cedric the Entertainer, and Bernie Mac together are known as 'The Original......
Massively multiplayer online role-playing game involving quests; players choose to be Orcs, Trolls, Humans or Dwarves
In this 'parental' sounding idiom,
'Necessity' is said to be the....
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