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ClueWho is or What isCategory
A visa to Saudi Arabia for this purpose only covers travel in the vicinities of Mecca, Medina & JiddahVISA
The fifth successor to St. Peter was Alexander I; the next one had this nameI'M A PAPAL PERSON!
This word for a timid person comes from the last name of a character in a 1920s newspaper comic called 'The Timid Soul'WORD ORIGINS
Adjective for the perfect embodiment of something. Or something a Dionne kid must have4-SYLLABLE WORDS
Not quite Rocinante, the mount used by this character is a brown donkeyPIN THE TALE ON THE DONKEY
In 336 B.C. a young Macedonian noble named Pausanias killed this king but was killed on the spot himselfCOME AT THE KING
Exhibits in this composer's Bonn home include his grand piano & a variety of ear trumpetsTHE MUSEUMS OF EUROPE
In a children's classic by Scott O'Dell, San Nicolas Island is better known as this title placeREADING RAINBOW
The full name of this scholarly group founded after a lecture in 1660 includes 'of London for Improving Natural Knowledge'ORGANIZATIONS
This small fish of the genus hippocampus has no stomach & must eat almost constantly to stay aliveMARINE BIOLOGY
In the 1939 Britannica book of the year, this entry says the king is Ananda Mahidol & a chief town is BangkokON THE OLD MAP
Israeli forces destroyed Egypt's air force on the ground on June 5, 1967, the first day of this warA BRIEF TIME OF HISTORY
A long-billed game bird, or to shoot at something from a hidden positionMULTIPLE MEANINGS
Between 2006 & 2013 it went from 39th to 6th in per capita income & its unemployment rate dropped to the nation's lowestU.S. STATES
1 of the 2 movies in the last 30 years, one a drama & one a comedy, to win Oscars for Best Actor & Best ActressTHE ACADEMY AWARDS
Alessandro Sarlatti's 'O Di Betlemme Altera' was written for this holidayBODACIOUS CANTATAS
This main artery of the thigh ends just above the kneYOU
Sharing the name of a city, it's the largest lake entirely within a Canadian provinceLAKES & RIVERS
Born in 1928, in 2009 Dick Van Patten published a book titled this 'Is Not Enough'THE STARS WRITE
Arkansas in 1968: this 3rd party candidateI WON THAT STATE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
In a bit of foreshadowing, the title character's dad has committed suicide before the action of this 1904 operaOPERA
This state is nicknamed the 'corporate capital'STATE FACTS
2 teen Hashemite cousins officially took the thrones of their respective countries May 2, 1953: Faisal of Iraq & himMONARCHS
On Dec. 20, 1956 the court's ruling on Browder v. Gayle went into effect, bringing an end to this 381-day eventSUPREME COURT DECISIONS
Darryl McDaniels was one-third of this rap group that was inducted in 2009ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAMERS
In 1984, in the first of the films featuring this character, he only has 21 lines, for a total of 133 wordsTITLE MOVIE ROLES
The world's largest building by volume is this company's 472 million-cubic foot factory in Everett, wash.BIG STUFF
The first fossil recognized as a human ancestor was a skull found near Dusseldorf belonging to this prehistoric manDISCOVER
It's the only commercially important edible fruit of the Bromeliad familyFRUIT
ClueWho is or What isCategory
In May of 1926 President Coolidge sent U.S. marines into this nation to quell an uprising led by General Augusto SandinoTHE ROARING '20s
In 1851 the New York Times was founded to represent the views of this party that didn't last much longerAMERICAN HISTORY
Also a novelist, he began an 1839 poem, 'The church is vast: its towering pride. Its steeples loom on highFRENCH POETS
His works include 'The Economic Consequences of the Peace' in 1919 & 'The End of Laissez-Faire' from 1926BRITISH THINKERS
To improve eye health, try fish like wild salmon that are high in these fatty acidsEYE ON HEALTH
Floral emblem 1-pound coins feature a daffodil for Wales, a thistle for Scotland & this for EnglandNEW BRITISH COINS
Stephen King borrowed the name of his fictional town Castle Rock from this 1950s novel that greatly influenced himBRITISH NOVELS
This play's title comes from the name of a Greek king said to have carved a statue of a woman & fallen in love with it20th CENTURY PLAY TITLES
It's Peter Morgan's play about a revealing series of 1977 interviewsBROADWAY & POLITICS
When Apple sued for iPad patent infringement, Samsung cited this 1968 movie as the originator of the designTECHNOLOGY
This feline with a fancy coat is the only New World resident traditionally classified as a big catSOUTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE
Doctors use this 5-letter term for swelling or bloating in the body due to an excess build-up of fluidMEDICAL TERMS
Visited by Jacques Cartier in 1534, it was later renamed for Queen Victoria's father, the Duke of KentNAMES ON THE MAP
Other than Q, these 2 letters appear the least in the names of states, each appearing only onceU.S. STATES
December 15, 1791HISTORIC DAYS (We'll give you a historic date. You tell us the most important event that occurred on that date.)
He was commander-in-chief the first time the U.S. formally declared warPRESIDENTIAL FIRSTS
A Senate seat from this Southern state sat vacant for 4 years; when it was filled, its ex-occupant had become U.S. President19th CENTURY POLITICS
Written about the U.S. occupation of the Philippines, a Kipling poem said, 'take up' this now-controversial phrase19th CENTURY POEMS
The one that's 99% MuslimTHE 28 COUNTRIES OF NATO
It's the acronym for the law that allows you to continue the coverage you had after you leave a jobGOVT. MED. ABBREV.
2010's 'Easy A' re-imagined this decidedly unfunny 1850 novel as a comedyMOVIES INSPIRED BY LITERATURE
In the classic version of Monopoly, the only 2 improvable properties without avenue or place in their namesBOARD GAMES
In 1933 she wrote about what she'd look at if she had sight for 3 days: Rembrandts, Fifth Avenue, the face of her dog Helga...THE ATLANTIC
Boosting efficiency, it's a harvester & a thresher in one machineFARMING
Squire Allworthy is a character in a 1749 novel by this manREAD'ING'
Get in touch with this, defined by Random House as 'the juvenile aspect of a person's psyche'NEWER WORDS & PHRASES
n Ariosto's chivalric romance 'Orlando Furioso', Orlando is this great king's nephewWORLD LITERATURE
Now one big happy family, this mentoring group was formed by the union of 2 'sibling' organizations in 1977ORGANIZATION
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Following Einstein, in 1908 Hermann Minkowski proposed the idea of 4-dimensional this hvphenated termA BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME
The wolf named for these islands wasn't around for the 1982 war: it was hunted td extinction a century beforeALL GONE
Serving 160 years apart, these 2 secretaries of state are the only ones who never marriedSECRETARIES OF STATE
In Maugham's 'The Moon And Sixpence', Charles leaves his wife & eventually goes to this Pacific island to paintENGLISH LITERATURE
This portrayer of the screen's classic Southern belle was born in India to British parentsACTRESSES
In 1945 this product added a plaid design to its 'snail' dispenserBUSINESS HISTORY
In 1896 this educator became the first woman in Italy to get a medical degreeFAMOUS WOMEN
Her husband's assassination & a people power revolution made her president in 1986FEMALE WORLD LEADERS
The George W. Bush Presidential Library is on the campus of this universityLIBRARIES
'10,000 eyes were on him as he rubbed his hands with dirt; 5,000 tongues applauded when he wiped them on his shirt'POETIC LINES (You identify the poem for us.)
The SETI Institute searches for this type of intelligenceTHE 4 Rs
This country's is with FranceITS ONLY LAND BORDER
Harold Evans covers 200 years of science history in 'They Made America: From' this 'Engine to' this 'Engine'SCIENCE & TECH BOOKS
It was published March 26, 1830; a very popular work with the same name premiered March 24, 2011FAMOUS BOOKS
The city of CasterbridgeAUTHORS' FICTIONAL PLACES
In June 1830 French troops seized this North African capital from the Ottomans & Berbers19th CENTURY FRANCE
As in the western 'Flesh & the Spur', Indians used staking people to these as a torture..or at least white settlers said soYUCKY HISTORY
Published posthumously in 2003, a novel by this Brooklyn guy was titled 'Catch as Catch Can'AUTH'ER'S
A son of this president worked for Garfield & later became a wealthy corporate lawyerTHE SECRETARY OF WAR
The Battle of Balaklava & the Battle of Inkerman took place during this warEUROPEAN HISTORY
In 1992 the first exoplanets were found orbiting one of these rotating stars that emit regular bursts of radiationTO THE EXOPLANETS!
With a mark of 5'6' in this event, in 1948 5'7' Alice Coachman became the first African-American woman to win Olympic goldLESSER-KNOWN AMERICANS
In his last speech, he mentioned local newsmakers of the day, including his friend Cesar Chavez & Don DrysdaleTHE 1960s
Aboard Apollo 11: Neil Armstrong, Buzz AldrinTHE MISSING MAN
This explorer wrote to his friend J.M. Barrie in 1912, 'We have accomplished our object in reaching the pole'WE GET LETTERS
The snowy dome of this tallest volcano in the lower 48 states is often shrouded in cloudsU.S. GEOGRAPHY
A 1937 short novel by Steinbeck: prepositionTHE PART OF SPEECH IN THE BOOK TITLE
The title of this essay collection by David Sedaris refers to his attempt to learn to speak FrenchNONFICTION

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