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AKA Saloth Sar, he was a novice monk in Cambodia before becoming infamous for 'Killing Fields'FELONIOUS MONKS
This term for sudden severe head pain that typically lasts only a few minutes was trademarked by 7-Eleven in 1994HEALTH MATTERS
On the 2006 nickel this building looks basically the same as it always did, though the dome is a little sharperNICKEL & DIMED
A film noir classic, or a clause providing for payment of twice the face value of a policyYOU'LL NEED INSURANCE
It has an active-duty military force of about 1.2 million; its neighbor to the south, about 680,000ARMY STRONG
This island's Mataveri Intl. Airport, the world's most remote, is serviced only by Chile's LAN AirlinesTRAVEL
After living in Honduras, O. Henry coined this term for a small country dependent on a single exportWORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
'Anti-' means 'against; 'ante-' means thisPREFIXES
This volunteer group was born in may 1898 near the bar in San Antonio's Menger Hotel; it existed for just 133 daysAMERICAN HISTORY
The traditional inaugural lunch for this president & V.P. featured boiled stuffed lobster & prime ribs of beef au jusPRESIDENTIAL RUNNING MATES
'They bemoaned him, and comforted him over all the evil that the Lord had brought upon him'NAMETH THE BIBLE BOOK
This yellow flower of the genus Tagetes is often associated with, but probably not named for, the Virgin MaryPLANT SCIENCE
Rhyme entered European poetry in the Middle Ages in part from this language in use in the region of Al Andalus in SpainPOETS & POETRY
Paul McCartney's real first name; he shares it with 2 apostlesON A FIRST-NAME BASIS
To sternly demand hard work; it's also something Indiana Jones often does_____ THE _____
An early scene in this 2011 film is set in Tonsberg, Norway in the year 965 A.D.RECENT FILMS
When asked for a home address in 'The Blues Bros.' Elwood gives 1060 W. Addison St., the home of this facilitySPORTS & THE MOVIES
Tight-fitting pants patterned after those worn by bullfighters aren't usually called matador pants but thesePANTS
In 2002 his No. 10 jersey from the 1970 World Cup finals sold at auction for a record $220,850INTERNATIONAL SPORTS STARS
An audio version of this anti-war novel by a once blacklisted author has introductions from Cindy Sheehan & Ron Kovic1930s NOVELS
It's the lowest rank of commissioned officer in the U.S. Army or MarinesORDINALLY SPEAKING
Born in 1672 & named for a saint, in 1703 he founded a city whose name represents both of themRULERS IN HISTORY
Most of what is now New Mexico was ceded to the U.S. in 1848 through this treaty that ended the Mexican WarNEW MEXICO
This film whose title refers to an establishment holds the record for most wins, 8, without winning Best Picture'70s OSCARS
Mongolians cool off with airag, a slightly fermented version of this alliterative liquidOF MILK
A 1993 raid in Mogadishu that left 18 American soldiers dead is chronicled in this book by journalist Mark BowdenBIRD BOOKS
Preserved in the West Point library, his last message reads, 'Benteen. Come on. Big village. Be quick. Bring packs'1870s PEOPLE
ClueWho is or What isCategory
'Midnight's Children' by Salman Rusdie tells of the post-colonial era in this nation where Rushdie was born'ROUND MIDNIGHT
He's the only Attorney General ever convicted of a felonyTHE ATTORNEY GENERAL INFORMATION
This term can refer to a style of art or design or to a highly ornamental style of music of the late 18th CenturyART 'R'EVIEW
One of her first spoken lines is translated as 'You have the face of a wise and fearless caliph'1960s TV CHARACTERS
Around 600 A.D. the first pope named this collected & organized the chants used in church servicesCLASSICAL MUSIC
From 1937 to 1940 Samuel Eliot Morison researched a 450th anniversary bio by retracing this man's voyagesFLOAT SAM & JET SAM
Every 10 years the villagers of Oberammergau stage about 100 performances of this type of Easter dramaBAVARIA
In July 2011 it completed its first orbit around the sun since its discovery in 1846ASTRONOMY
John Updike said, 'A lot of nice touches in my stories' in this magazine 'belong to' editor William MaxwellEDITORS
This late country singer called his autobiography 'Thirty Years of Sausage, Fifty Years of Ham'POP CULTURE
This political party founded around 1789 stood for a strong central governmentAMERICAN HISTORY
Victor Scheffer's 'The Year of' this mammal is a 1969 classic study on the conservation of an ocean speciesTHE GREEN PAGES
In 1902 he got fired as a tutor, but family friend Marcel Grossman helped him get a job as a Swiss patent clerkBEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS
Transcribed in the 1800s, the Behistun Inscription is the Rosetta Stone for this type of writing developed in MesopotamiaMESOPOTAMIA
In March 1841 the U.S. Senate experienced its first continuous one of these; it lasted 6 daysFAMOUS FIRSTS
For a magazine story, this author of westerns once did his day's writing on a traffic island on Sunset Blvd.WRITE NOW!
The 1940 invasion of Norway saw the first combat use of these troops, the German FallschirmjagerFIRST IN WAR
This title character of an 18th c. novel was the son of a man named Kreutznaer, but his name gets AnglicizedENGLISH LITERATURE
On Nov. 17, 1734 journalist John Peter Zenger was arrested for this; a landmark freedom of the press case ensuedMORE 4 YEARS
n 1699 the capital of Virginia was moved from Jamestown to this cityOLD VIRGINIA
The novel 'The Paris Wife' is narrated by Hadley Richardson, this writer's first wifeREAL PEOPLE IN NOVELS
Often issued in time of war, this order prohibits ships or goods from leaving a portLEGAL MATTERS
September 21, 1897: It seems 3 months early, but the N.Y. Sun publishes an editorial famous for this 7-word phraseOCCASION
Ok, Mr. 'Christmas Carol' ghost! Time to use that chain you 'forged in life', 'link by link' for resistance work!LITERARY CHARACTER PERSONAL TRAINER
The island where this man's son washed ashore was later named IkariaFATHERS & SONS
In 1895 he began replacing hypnosis as a form of therapy with free associationMEDICINE MEN
In 1902 German archaeologist Robert Koldewey unearthed the fabled Ishtar gate in the ruins of this ancient cityARCHAEOLOGY
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Psychological term meaning to consciously or unconsciously restrain an impulseTHAT 'BIT' AT THE END
Between 2000 & 2010 these 2 states that border each other led the nation in highest percentage of population increase, 35% & 25%U.S. POPULATION
From 1863 to 1865 this Northern Louisiana city served as the Confederate state capitalU.S.A.
Searching for this character, Mr. Utterson says, 'I shall be Mr. Seek' & one night does find himNIGHT QUILL
n 1720 Victor Amadeus II of Savoy gave Sicily to Austria in exchange for this other large islandHISTORY
In 1955 impatient Dodger fans got a title & the theater got the Tennessee Williams play about an impatient womanPLAY DATES
Keith Downey developed rapeseed into this cooking product, now a huge cash crop for farmers in SaskatchewanFOOD ETYMOLOGY
This long river with a short name rises in the Cottian Alps & empties into the AdriaticLAKES & RIVERS
'Helm's Deep' & 'The Taming of Smeagol' are chapters in this 'Two'-titled bookTHE NUMBER AFTER 1: LITERARY EDITION
The Hebrew word for this Biblical unit of measurement is Ammah, aptly meaning 'elbow' or 'forearm'ANCIENT WEIGHTS & MEASURES
Faxa Bay in the North Atlantic is between this country's Snaefells & Reykjanes peninsulasINLETS
Surname of the employer of James W. Marshall, who found gold in a stream near the Sacramento river in 1848CALIFORNIA HISTORY
By request of director Roman Polanski, this function was disabled on the DVD of 'Knife in the Water'ALLITERATIVELY YOURS
Since 1066, the longest consecutive period when the monarch had the same name was 116 years with this given nameENGLISH MONARCHS
This revolutionary patriot's son William stuck with the crown as Royal Governor of New JerseyHIGHLY OEDIPAL
Cape Dezhnev, the easternmost point on mainland Asia, juts into this straitPLACE
1946's Linggarjati Agreement gave grudging Dutch recognition to the autonomy of this island countryASIAN HISTORY
It's the church festival on March 25 commemorating what Gabriel told Mary4 N
Horripilation is the medical term for this skin condition'G-P-S'
1 of the 2 American women authors nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938WOMEN AUTHORS
He carved a bust of Lincoln for the U.S. Capitol rotunda; his much bigger one is in South DakotaSCULPTURE
This Arkansas senator for whom an international scholarship is named was a Rhodes scholarA REAL RHODES SCHOLAR
In his diary, he wrote 'My election as president...was not half so gratifying' as his later election to Congress in 183019th CENTURY CONGRESSMEN
The Carabelli & Durazzo families are considered the Hatfields & McCoys of this islandISLANDS
Hercules hunted down a brass-hooved stag that was sacred to this goddessLABOR DAY FOR HERCULES
This 1946 novel about a southern politician takes its title from the 'Humpty Dumpty' nursery rhyme1940s AMERICAN LIT

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