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ClueWho is or What isCategory
This verb for what a computer does when it networks with another is used in office jargon to mean 'meet & talk'WORDS FROM THE TECH WORLD
Construction of BR-010 began in the late 1950s to connect Belem with this new capitalTHE ENDS OF THE ROAD
Clement Atlee succeeded Churchill in the middle of the 1945 conference of allied leaders held in this German city20th CENTURY HISTORY
In 1968 fighting was fierce in Hue during this event called the turning point of the Vietnam WarA MASSIVE AGGRESSIVE ATTITUDE
Your eardrum would rupture if this tube did not open when air pressure changes suddenly due to varying altitudeIT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD
His industrial oxidation process was perfected around 1856, allowing the mass production of steelTHE 19th CENTURY
This Kipling character first appeared as an adult in the story 'In the Rukh', then as a boy in 'The Jungle Book'LITERARY CHARACTERS
The Hiram Bingham Highway, opened in 1948, is the last leg linking Machu Picchu with this World Heritage site, a city about 50 miles offHIGHWAYS & BYWAYS
Its first chapter recalls 'the little scallop-shell of pastry, so richly sensual under its severe, religious folds'FRENCH LITERATURE
Of Chinese origin, in U.S. slang it originally referred to a craving for opium3-LETTER WORDS
Appointed by Gerald Ford, he's the only man to serve as both C.I.A. director & U.S. presidentC.I.A. DIRECTORS
In 1170 Henry II asked, 'Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?', the priest being this manHISTORICAL QUOTATIONS
These call letters of a Boston PBS TV station first hit the airwaves with a 1951 classical radio concertCLASSICAL RADIO
German for 'form' or 'shape,' it's used to mean the overall mood or quality of somethingFROM THE...
This capital city, which at 12,330 miles is farthest from Madrid, is named for a soldier who spent time in MadridTHE OTHER SIDE OF THE GLOBE
The cypress family includes this conifer names for a CherokeeSCIENTIFICALLY RELATED
Set in the Great Depression, this 2006 novel has an epigraph from 'Horton Hatches the Egg'21st CENTURY BOOKS
Odin's sons by Frigga were Hermod, Hodur & this beloved son who died in a tragic accidentA LOAD OF ODIN
The Barossa Valley just north of this capital of South Australia is known for its vineyards & great winesPEAKS & VALLEYS
A crater deep inside Kilauea volcano is said to be the home of this goddess responsible for many eruptionsSHE'S A GODDESS!
The National Council on the problem type of this activity says it affects 6 to 9 million AmericansCAUSE OF DEBT
The Caspian's southern shoreline borders this country at the foot of the Elburz MountainsTHE CASPIAN SEA
The Office of Natural Resources RevenueWHICH CABINET DEPARTMENT?
'At Auschwitz, tell me, where was God?' is a query from this 1979 novelGREAT AMERICAN NOVELS
Churchill said he couldn't forecast the action of Russia: 'It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside' thisQUOTES OF NOTE
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Grete Waitz served as one of these pacesetters in her first New York City Marathon: she won the race & set a world recordWHAT KIND OF ANIMAL ARE YOU?
While organizing antiquities at a museum, Christian Thomsen came up with these 3 “ages” to arrange the displaysAGES & ERAS
Cygnus atratus is this creature, also the title of a dance movieOF SPECIES
Parody makes fun of a literary style; this other 6-letter term makes fun of human weaknessesLITERARY TERMS
The remains for Arlington's first monument to unknown soldiers mostly came from this battlefield 30 miles awayARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
These 2 islands that begin with the same letter, are linked by the 33.5-mile Seikan rail tunnel, the world's longest in operationTUNNELS
In this year, there were no presidents or vice presidents running, but 3 of the 4 men on the 2 major party ballots would become president20th CENTURY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
The first part of 'Les Miserables' is called 'Fantine'; the second part is named for herFEMALE BOOK CHARACTERS
In Genesis 3:19 God tells Adam he'll return to dust; in Exodus 8:17 this brother's rod turns dust to liceYOU DO KNOW HIM FROM ADAM
After Washington & FDR, he is, perhaps fittingly, the president who appointed the most Supreme Court justicesTHE SUPREME COURT
For the judge best known for the 1994 O.J. Simpson caseINITIALS TO ROMAN NUMERALS TO NUMBERS II ( I'll give you an example. If we said, 'French bag maker', that would be Louis Vuitton. We take the letters LV, and that translates to what number? 55.)
Don't fire that old duffer yet--he knows stuff about the company that's not written down, this 13-letter type of 'memory'MANAGEMENT
This Red Sea port in Yemen gave its name to a candy made with milk chocolate & coffeeBORDERING THE RED SEA
His 'Lighthouse at the End of the World' was published in Paris shortly after his death in 1905PUBLISHED POSTHUMOUSLY
He came from a family of 9 kids & had 11 of his own; sadly, he died before his youngest, Rory, was born in 1968THAT'S A LOT OF KIDS!
1577: Shortly after his arrival in Spain, this foreign-born man paints his 'Assumption of the Virgin'PAINT BY YEARS
'Put the ship of state on its feet' & 'Play your cards to the hilt' are 2 of these expressionsA LITTLE ALLITERATION
John Lennon said when this 'came out in '65, I was actually crying out for' itMUSIC & MOVIES
This heiress' 1993 will disposed of property in NYC, Newport, Beverly Hills & Honolulu & sent $10 million to Durham, N.C.WHERE THERE'S A WILL...
In 1794 her first husband Alexandre de Beauharnais was executed & she was imprisonedTHE REIGN OF TERROR
Of the 5 cities mentioned in Shakespeare play titles, it's the only one not found in EuropeSHAKESPEAREAN GEOGRAPHY
In 1981, Paul Theroux got the itch to publish this novel set in the jungles of Central AmericaWELCOME TO THE JUNGLE BOOK
This is the only state that honors a former U.S. Secretary of State with his own legal holidaySTATE HOLIDAYS
This NFL team's logo is the only one that is a plantSPORTS LOGOS
ClueWho is or What isCategory
In 1962 Marshall McLuhan wrote 'Electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global' thisMcWRITERS
Marcus Luttrell wrote this memoir about being the only Navy SEAL to come home from Operation RedwingAN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL CATEGORY
The 3 Latin phrases found in the Constitution are 'pro tempore', 'ex post facto' & this legal 2-word phraseTHE U.S. CONSTITUTION
This gum brand gets its name from a Spanish word for 'gum'TRADEMARKS
In the Middle Ages this historic region of France included half of what is now SwitzerlandCOLORFUL GEOGRAPHY
Site of a Nov. 7, 1811 battle, this Indiana river got additional notoriety in an 1840 campaign of a different sortBATTLE CREEK
Teddy Roosevelt said, 'The soldier, the cowboy and rancher, the Indian, will live for all time' in his bronzesSCULPTORS
In an 1893 opera that was its composer's greatest success, Peter & Gertrud are the parents of these 2 charactersOPERA CHARACTERS
Accepting his 1922 Nobel Prize in Stockholm, he spoke of 'the intellectual solidarity' in the Scandinavian countriesSCIENTISTS
Chapter 1 of this 1889 novel begins ''Camelot--Camelot...I don't seem to remember hearing of it before.''BOOKS & ARTHURS
On Sept. 13, 1864, this writer noted the completion of illustrations for a book he wrote for young Alice LiddellCHRONICLES
'The more fool I', says Touchstone on arriving at his new forest home in this comedySHAKESPEARE'S FOOLS
On January 26, 1808 George Johnston of Australia's New South Wales Corps led a mutiny vs. this governor and arrested himWORLD HISTORY
He once said, 'It is through fantasy that children achieve catharsis. It is the best means they have for taming wild things'PEOPLE IN THE ARTS
In 1999, People magazine said his 'death left unbearable pain, unfulfilled promise'ALL THE PRESIDENTS' CHILDREN
Its name may be a corruption of the Spanish for 'little St. John', & it flows from the Okefenokee Swamp to the GulfFLORIDA GEOGRAPHY
Used as a synonym for thorn, this structure's name comes from a Latin word for 'thorn'ANATOMICAL ETYMOLOGY
Arianna HuffingtonCITY OF BIRTH
Bases for these are located at Carson, California, Pompano Beach, Florida & Akron, OhioTRANSPORTATION
One critic called them 'a social phenomenon', 'the most widely recognised group... since John, Paul, George & Ringo'BRITISH MUSICMAKERS OF THE '90s
As of 2013, this 3-letter verb common in sports, theater & politics has the largest entry in the online OEDTHE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY
First encountered in 1648 by a man born in Russia, it was eventually named after a man born in DenmarkBODIES OF WATER
In 1940 House Representative from Oklahoma Lyle Boren denounced it as a 'dirty, lying, filthy manuscript'20th CENTURY NOVELS
Though dead almost 20 years, she won a 1982 Pulitzer for her 'Collected Poems'LITERARY AWARDS

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