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ClueWho is or What isCategory
Mark Twain complained of 'the snorting of an unholy' one of these; lucky for him there weren't 75 moreSHARP (& FLAT) INSTRUMENTS
Pan Am founder Juan Trippe called many of his planes these, evoking the fast but lavish sailing ships of the 1800sPAN AM
In 529 A.D. almost 1,000 years after it was created by Plato, this school was closed by Justinian IWORKING WITH PLATO
This U.S. ceremonial song was written in 1811 about the head of a Scottish clan, not an American leaderSONGS
This heroine was named for the rampion, a leafy vegetable her father stole from the Witch's gardenKIDDY LIT
This daughter (& sister) of Oedipus was with him when he died at ColonusFEMALES IN GREEK MYTH
Brother & sister who were both nominated for 1969 Oscars: he for a screenplay, she for Best Actress; they didn't winTHE OSCARS
Arnie Cunningham owns the jealous & deadly Christine, a Plymouth of this appropriate modelSTEPHEN KING
Working with Peter the Great's navy, this explorer went 'strait' to the water routes between Siberia & North AmericaTHE 18th CENTURY
On its north, this African country also borders the MediterraneanIT BORDERS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
His projects in the country , of his birth include the Suzhou MuseumAMERICAN ARCHITECTS
It's no surprise that this Thomas Hardy title stonemason gives unclear responses on the witness standWE PUT CHARACTERS ON TRIAL
In 1894 this man whose company later partnered with Roy Howard founded the USA's 1st major newspaper chainNEWSPAPER MOGULS
1980: 'Hey, Ray...I never went down, Ray. You never got me down, Ray.'LINES FROM THE OSCAR-WINNING ROLE (You have to identify the character, not the actor.)
Charles Lubin named his line of cheesecakes this, honoring his 8-year-old daughterSOMEONE'S IN THE KITCHEN
He's been in exile since 1959 after a failed Tibetan uprising against Chinese occupationEXILED
A narrator in this French author's multivolume work says, 'The materials of my work consisted of my own past'ALL ABOUT AUTHORS
'The Wizard of Oz' & this 1950s film are the 2 musicals in the top 10 on the AFI's listTHE AFI's 100 GREATEST AMERICAN MOVIES
One of the 2 Central American countries never under military rule in the last 50 yearsTHE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Since 1850, 1 of the 2 Republicans to appear on the ticket as president or vice president 3 elections in a rowPRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
The circulation of the Times of New York & London totals about 1/2 the 'Times of' this place, largest of any English dailyNEWSPAPERS
It was one of the Beatles' longest songs & the one to spend the most time at No. 1 on the U.S. charts--9 weeksBEATLES SONGS
Located about 1,000 miles south of Cairo, it rose on the site of an Egyptian army camp in 1821AFRICAN CAPITALS
King Saul was displeased when the women of Israel praised this man's battlefield prowess over his ownBIBLICAL JEALOUSY
In 1952 Lis Hartel, a paralyzed entrant in this sport, won silver with help from a friend named JubileeOLYMPIC FACT SHEET
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Has a territory just off Canada, even though it's 1,300 miles awayTHE E.U. COUNTRY THAT...
Joseph Lash won in 1972 for his touching portrait of this wartime President & First LadyPULITZER-WINNING BIOGRAPHIES
The title character of this Eugene O'Neill play says, 'gimme a whiskey--ginger ale on the side. And don't be stingy, baby'QUOTES FILLED WITH BOOZE
'Cotton Blossom', the opening song of this musical, is also the name of the title vesselMUSICAL THEATRE
In 1774 he became a past postmaster after leaking letters from British loyalist Thomas HutchinsonWONKY LEAKS
In the human body the process of osmoregulatrion is primarilly carried out by these organsBIOLOGY
Before his first success with 'Come Blow Your Horn', he wrote TV comedy for 'Your Show of Shows' & 'The Phil Silvers Show'PLAYWRIGHTS
From Greek words for 'two propositions', it's a difficult problem with equally unfavorable alternativesFROM THE GREEK
Also called a suricate, this member of the mongoose family stands upright when watching for predatorsALL ABOUT ANIMALS
The measure of disorder or randomness in a closed systemSTARTING 'EN'
'I came in with' this 'in 1835. It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it', Twain said in 1909; he didTHE QUOTABLE MARK TWAIN
To make a simple one of these, magnetize a needle, run it through a cork & place it in a bowl of waterPINS & NEEDLES
The Food Safety and Inspection ServiceWHICH U.S. CABINET DEPARTMENT?
Samuel Johnson said shakespeare 'so carefully informs us' that this play is set on the eve of May Day & yet called it thisSHAKESPEARE
The Order of Giron Beach, created by Fidel Castro, is named for an area along this bayMEDALS & DECORATIONS
Between 1833 & 1855, this general led Mexico 11 different times & was responsible for losing much land to the U.S.LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY
To separate grain from chaff using windDOUBLE N-DEMNITY (There will be 2 N's in the correct response.)
An 1831 novel says that Charlemagne laid the first stone of this title place, 'old queen of our cathedrals'LITERARY TITLE PLACES
1949: based on a Shakespearean romantic comedyTONY WINNERS FOR BEST MUSICAL
In 1938 his company began installing instruments in U.S. homes to record the frequencies to which a radio was tunedBUSINESS HISTORY
This biological term for cell division was borrowed in 1939 to describe a form of energy releaseSCIENCE WORDS
Thomas Jefferson owned 2 briards that were a gift from this FrenchmanPRESIDENTIAL POOCHES
An Army general, never president: 1943 & 1947TIME MAGAZINE'S PERSON OF THE YEAR
Most knowledge of the Hittites comes from clay tablets with writing in this wedge-shaped systemTHE HITTITES
Its major tributaries include the Spokane, Yakima, & Kootenai RiversNORTH AMERICAN RIVERS
The character 'judgement of' this second son of Priam was that he was a coward during the Trojan WarCHICKEN PARTS
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Carved in 196 B.C., its text lists the good things the pharaoh has done for the priests & people of EgyptSTONES
'The creatures outside looked from pig to man... but already it was impossible to say which was which'THE END OF THE STORY
The 7th & last American to stay there was aerodynamic scientist Andy Thomas, with 130 days there in 1998THE 1990s
The so-called earless types of these pinnipeds do have ears but no flaps covering the openingsMARINE MAMMALS
One of its mascots is a restored 1930 sport coupe that's been in use at the school since 1961COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
In this novel the title character says, 'It is a bad omen' after a guard does not hear a train & is crushedCLASSIC NOVELS
In 1972 this company bought its first ship, the Empress of Canada, & renamed it the Mardi GrasBUSINESS
Naval Forces Marianas is a combination of 2 bases on this islandBASES LOADED
Congress has passed 11 of these: the first in 1812, the last in 1942U.S. HISTORY
Ned is told 'When you play' this, the title of the book, 'you win or you die'HIGH FANTASY
The Corps is usually at the vanguard in wartime, & one of its mottos is 'first to' do thisTHE UNITED STATES MARINES
This capital of Australia's Northern Territory lies on Beagle GulfWORLD CITIES
Ascanio Sobrero created this liquid in the 1840s & realized he'd made an 'explosive' discoveryITALIAN SCIENTISTS
The size of South America, a highland surface area on Venus is named for this Greek goddessSECOND ROCK FROM THE SUN
This king was the first of Henry VIII's many fathers-in-lawHISTORICAL RELATIVES
A stamp commemorating the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 features a painting of this frigateU.S. STAMPS
It's a ghost or spirit that makes its presence known with noisesGERMAN WORDS ON LOAN TO ENGLISH
'It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair' is from the famous opening line of this novelTHE WRITE OF SPRING
For 2012, the front of these awards shows Nike stepping out of the Parthenon & the reverse depicts the ThamesAWARDS
Fittingly, this Thomas Hardy character is introduced near the Pure Drop InnBRITISH NOVELS
In 1852 Henry & William opened this bank for express money transport using steamship, railroad or stagecoachOUT WEST IN THE 1850s
Born 1967 in Hoquiam, Washington; died 1994 in SeattleMUSIC LEGENDS: BORN & DIED
On his deathbed he told police, 'What I have done is nobody else's business'; one theory is he was protecting othersARTISTS
'Your freeborn single star sends out its radiance to nations near and far'STATE SONG LYRICS (We want you to name the state.)
Marshal Petain became a traitor to France when he collaborated with Hitler & formed a new government named for this cityTRAITORS & TURNCOATS
In the 16th century the ancestors of the current president of France fled what is now this countryEUROPEANA

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