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ClueWho is or What isCategory
Of the 5 elements with 4-letter names, it's the only one that is not a solid at room temperatureON THE PERIODIC TABLE
Clipper Goodwill, a Boeing 727, took this airline's last passengers from Barbados to Miami December 4, 1991AIRLINE HISTORY
Newly elected U.S. senators & congressmen are sworn in on the 3rd of this monthWHEN IN THE WORLD?
Hannah's leaving Montana heading east into this state that borders CanadaKNOW YOUR STATE BORDERS!
OsceolaNATIVE AMERICANS BY TRIBE
These fictional beings are also called Periannath & Halflings, but this familiar term means 'hole-builders'FICTIONAL BEINGS
The British did not have bon temps in the Jan. 8, 1815 battle of this cityTHE BRITISH ARE COMING!
'The King's Speech' featured Timothy Spall as this quippy future prime ministerHISTORICAL ENTERTAINMENT
Port cities on this sea include Massawa in Eritrea & Hurghada in EgyptAFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
This performer is the only person to win an Emmy, the Mark Twain Prize & the Spingarn MedalAWARDS
'Fighting for Air' (medically): ALAORG. ABBREV.
In 1853 this American wrote about his vulcanization discovery in 'Gum Elastic and its Varieties'RUBBER
A circle of cobblestones in front of the Old State House commemorates this 1770 clash in which 5 were killedVISITING THE BOSTON AREA
A popular TV & movie subject, this gladiator led a slave revolt that ended with his death in battle in 71 B.C.B.C.-ING YOU
Canavanine, produced by some plants, is a special one of these acids; it messes up proteins in insects' bodiesBIOLOGY
Unrhymed poetry of irregular meter & rhythm is known by this 2-word termOH SO VERY LITERARY
I sent troops in to quell the 1894 Pullman Railroad strike because it was interrupting the delivery of thisI'M GROVER CLEVELAND
1953: 'Life on a Honolulu army post just before the Pearl Harbor attack'TV GUIDE MOVIE SYNOPSES
On March 20, 1952 this country's supreme court declared voter segregation unconstitutional, but it continuedBACK IN THE 20th CENTURY
In 1944 bombers at high altitude were speedily propelled forward--what's now called this 2-word phenomenonWEATHER HISTORY
The National Inventors Hall Of Fame said his work 'brought the South prosperity', but he was out of business within 5 yearsINVENTORS
It's the Robert Frost poem that says, 'Good fences make good neighbors'A TOUCH OF ROBERT FROST IN THE AIR
Besides Antarctica, the 2 continents that have never hosted the Summer or Winter Olympic GamesOLYMPICS HISTORY
'For the children, they Mark, and the children, they know the place where the ___ ends'COMPLETES THE POETIC LINE
A phone-hacking scandal forced this British tabloid to close in 2011STOP THE PRESSES!
August Horch named his car company this after translating Horch, which means 'hark!' or 'hear', into LatinCOMPANY NAMES
She's the mother of 5, grandmother of 9 & minority leader in the House of RepresentativesWASHINGTON TODAY
The Preamble to the Declaration of Independence begins with these 7 wordsHISTORICAL QUOTES
ClueWho is or What isCategory
'Somewhere in la Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember, a gentleman lived not long ago'WHO WROTE THE LINE?
Discovered in 1870, this natural feature of a national park has been called 'Eternity's Timepiece'THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM
Lorraine Hansberry's title 'A Raisin in the Sun' comes from a line in the poem 'Harlem' by this manWHERE'D YA GET THAT TITLE?
A letter in this mystery says, 'We are going...to Luxor and Assuan by steamer, and perhaps on to Khartoum'CLASSIC MYSTERY NOVELS
Mussolini signed the Lateran Treaty on behalf of Victor Emmanuel III; Cardinal Gasparri signed on behalf of this popeHERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING AT 11
This shepherd became King Saul's personal musician & armor bearerBIBLICAL PEOPLE
This H.G. Wells story says the title figure has 'goggling spectacles and (a) ghastly bandaged face'BOOKS
This play that came to Broadway in 2005 is set in the autumn of 1964 at St. Nicholas church school in the BronxDRAMA
Dean AchesonSECRETARY'S DAY (You have to identify the Cabinet department.)
Written in 1866, 'A Long Fatal Love Chase', a Gothic novel by this American woman, was finally published in 1995'A'UTHORS
When the future state of Iowa became part of the United States, this man was PresidentAMERICAN HISTORY
Bauxite is where you'll find this element, the most abundant metal in the earth's crustFUN WITH ELEMENTS
Biologist Edward O. Wilson told a rapt WSF audience about the chemical 'vocabulary' of these colony insectsTHE WORLD SCIENCE FESTIVAL
This elementary particle that makes up light has no mass or electric chargePHYSICS
First held in may 1875, it is the oldest continuously held major sporting event in the United StatesSPORTING EVENTS
Her final resting place is a Missouri cemetery where she shares a headstone with husband Almanzo3-NAMED AUTHORS
Although the first celebration of this holiday occurred in October 1792, it didn't become a federal holiday until 1937HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
This long-running musical is based on a 1911 horror novel by Gaston LerouxTHEATER
These stones bearing a dedication to the emperor were set every 1,000 paces along Roman roadsROMAN THE ROADS
The Constitution defines this crime as 'levying war' against the United States or giving enemies 'aid and comfort'U.S. GOVERNMENT
In 1777 an opponent wrote of him 'money is this man's god, and to get enough of it he would sacrifice his country'THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Of the 12 beasts representing years in the Chinese calendar, the one not biologically related to any creature on earthCALENDARS
Became the II of his name in 978, whether he was ready or notTHE KING OF ENGLAND WHO...
'The Da Vinci Code' was actually the second novel to feature symbologist Robert Langdon; this book was firstBESTSELLERS
'The Man who Invented the Twentieth Century' is a biography of this scientist born in the BalkansBIOGRAPHIES
Thursday, Nov. 26, 1863 was proclaimed as 'a day of' this 'and praise'THE DAILY RUNDOWN
Get a birthday card for mom at this store chain founded in 1950 & named for an early form of paperAT THE MALL
City & country where NATO is headquarteredCAPITAL & COUNTRY: SAME FIRST LETTER
ClueWho is or What isCategory
In a Franz Lehar opera, Hanna Glawari, who recently lost her banker-husband, is this title characterOPERA CHARACTERS
In 2011, in the preface to the 75th anniv. edition, Pat Conroy called this novel 'the last great...victory of the Confederacy'AMERICAN LITERATURE
A supercolony of an invading Argentine species of this insect stretches almost 4,000 miles from Italy to PortugalBEASTLY BUSINESS
This Grammy winner who died in 2009 at age 94 was an inductee into both the Rock & Roll & National Inventors Halls of FameAMERICAN INNOVATORS
Mia Farrow taking a pregnancy pause in a horror pic segues into Tina Fey's ticking biological clock in a 2008 comedyBEFORE & AFTER GOES TO THE MOVIES
Completed in 1959, it's been variously described as a snail, a concrete tornado, even a giant wedding cakeMUSEUMS
Seeing young people competing in a reality show on one channel & fighting a war on another gave this author a book ideaCONTEMPORARY NOVELISTS
This adjective can mean 'very useful' or 'performed without vocals'ALSO A MUSICAL TERM
William Shakespeare is second; this historical novelist with the same initials is thirdOED TOP SOURCES
Only 3 sites have the remains of 2 presidents: 1 at Quincy, Massachusetts, 1 at Arlington & 1 in this state capitalPRESIDENTIAL RESTING PLACES
This novelist's magnum opus is literally translated 'In Search of Lost Time'IN PERE-LACHAISE CEMETERY
King Khalid International AirportTHE WORLD CAPITAL SERVED BY...
It's believed that its nose was about 3 feet wide when it was first constructed around 2500 B.C.ANCIENT LANDMARKS
Though its name means 'against life', it's any of a class of substances used to save a lifeMEDICINE
The Department of State & an area of Washington, D.C. are nicknamed thisAMERICAN NICKNAMES
In 1934 the lease for this place was increased to $4,085 per year; since 1959 the checks haven't been cashedMILITARY MATTERS
On Sept. 5, Dwight Eisenhower told this state's Gov. that 'the federal Constitution will be upheld by me by every legal means'1957
The Kenan-Flagler business school occupies a 191,000 sq.-ft. building on the Chapel Hill campus of this universityBUSINESS SCHOOLS
Tyrannosaurus Rex didn't live during the Jurassic period but rather in this oneDINOSAURS
A 2005 study reported that this animal named for an island has, pound-for-pound, the most powerful bite of any mammalANIMALS
Gilded Age advocates of the theory called 'Social' this -ism applauded the 'survival of the fittest'THE GILDED AGE
Though he didn't make it all the way to 'Cipango', he reported it had gold in the greatest abundanceDISCOVERING JAPAN
As a noun, it's a building where grain is ground into flour; as a verb, it means to do the grinding4-LETTER VERBS
He was emperor when Japan's 'The emperor...shall not have powers related to government' was writtenCONSTITUTION
'The Wiz' opened on January 5, 1975; this other Oz-set musical on October 30, 2003IT'S OPENING NIGHT ON BROADWAY!
Later famous for thrillers like 'Psycho', this man directed the silent murder mystery 'The Lodger'THE SILENT MOVIE ERA

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