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You might get a new office chair thanks to this study of efficiency in the working environment, from Greek for 'work'RUTHLESS EFFICIENCY
'A Clockwork Counterpoint' is a 2010 study of this author's more than 250 musical compositionsBRITISH AUTHORS
Anthony is the middle name of this award-winning author who released her 11th novel, 'God Help the Child', in 2015AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS
From March to May of 1932, the Lindbergh family received 13 of these criminal communicationsCOMMUNICATION
Fresh out of Harvard's School of Horticulture & Agriculture, he founded the Hawaiian Pineapple Company in 1901HAWAIIAN HISTORY
Renewed interest in religion; there was a 'Great' one in America around 17304-SYLLABLE WORDS
Jesse Jackson: 'Our flag is red, white, and blue, but our nation is a' thisMAY I QUOTE YOU?
In 1959 she found a 1.75-million-year-old skull at Olduvai GorgeNON-ROCKET SCIENTISTS
Greek gods swore their most sacred oaths in the name of this daughter of Oceanus & her riverMYTHOLOGY
In the 16th century, Suleiman constructed a semahane, or whirling hall, for these peopleRELIGIOUS TITLES
An important feature of tundra, it's a layer of constantly frozen soil undergroundAN ENVIRONMENTAL CATEGORY
This dinosaur whose name means 'swift thief' roamed the Earth during the Cretaceous period, not the Jurassic5-SYLLABLE WORDS
J. Crew offers this classic skirt in a style appropriately called 'No. 2''P' IN FASHION
The Badwater Ultramarathon runs from the lowest point in North America to the lofty summit of this nearby peakU.S. GEOGRAPHY
The fourth-largest lake in North America, it was named for the large mammals that inhabited its shoresOTHER GREAT LAKES
During their trip around S. America, Magellan's crew saw new creatures including this bird they called a black gooseALL ABOUT ANIMALS
In computerese, a nybble is defined as a half of one of theseWEIGHTS & MEASURES
Governor Bruce Babbitt was on hand for an airlift of hundreds of wild burros out of this landmark in 1981MY FAVORITE BURRO
On Dec. 7, 43 B.C. this orator lost the power of speech... permanentlyROMAN AROUND
These 2 neighboring Middle East countries share the lowest elevation on land, about 1,300 feet below sea levelCOUNTRY DISTINCTIONS
While Lea & Perrins keeps its recipe for this 'geographic' product secret, we know it contains garlic, anchovies & tamarind extractAWESOME SAUCE
ClueWho is or What isCategory
The name of this city on a celebrated bay comes from the Greek for 'new city'ITALIAN CITIES
From 1850 to 1892 Tennyson scribbled away as the holder of this postA LIFETIME OF SERVICE
A park & library on Houston Street are named for Ham, who graduated from this Ivy League schoolGO HAMILTON FISH!
For Ford & Carter on Oct. 22, 1976, 'The View' from their podiums was of this ABC newswoman, the moderatorMODERATES
The Bill of Rights & the Constitution are on display thereIN THE D.C. AREA
In 1983 this wife of a U.S. senator became the first female head of the Department of TransportationTHE REAGAN WHITE HOUSE
Washington originally included 2 port cities within its boundaries: Georgetown & this city that returned to Virginia in 1846D.C. HISTORY
O'Brien is the totalitarian torturer in this novelNUMERICAL LIT
Its original Portuguese name literally means 'snake with a hood'WORDS FROM THE PORTUGUESE
A line from Ecclesiastes inspired the title of this Hemingway novel about expatriates in France & SpainON THE BOOKSHELF
Richard Nixon: 'When the president does it, that means that it is not ____'DEEP THOUGHTS
In 1654 this nation's queen Christina stunned Europe when she abdicated & became a CatholicQUEENS
Catherine Keener in 'Capote': this Southern authorWRITERS ON FILM
Osteo‑ & myelo‑ refer to these 2 related thingsPREFIXATED ON SCIENCE
The scarecrow knows about this kind of unofficial vote held as a gauge of opinionYOUR VOTE
Proverbial expression for a situation where you are only offered one selectionYOU'RE SO POSSESSIVE!
E.B. White called it William Strunk's 'parvum opus' (little work)NONFICTION
Longwood house on this South Atlantic island 'is said to be the finest Napoleon museum in the worldIT BELONGS TO THE BRITISH
As CEO of Sam's Club, Rosalind Brewer became the first woman & the first African American to head a unit of this corp.WOMEN IN CHARGE
Vince Foster was once a partner at Rose Law Firm, which claims the title of oldest in this stateLAW FIRMS
Richard E. Byrd, Alan Shepard, John McCainTHE COLLEGE'S ALUMNI
ClueWho is or What isCategory
In 2015 this landmark reopened after a 17-month restoration--don't forget to bring coins to throwROME ANTICS
To collect, hoard or gather (perhaps votes)A VICE PRESIDENT'S SURNAME
The 1936 book 'An Actor Prepares' was a methodical approach to the subject by this RussianDRAMA
Hotly contested today, this 9-letter region was made an 'international zone'REDRAWING THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
This Ryan Gosling political thriller shares its name with the last day of Julius Caesar's lifePOLITICAL MOVIES
In 1985 a court in Virginia recognized this as a religion; a few centuries back, it got you hangedLEGALIZE IT
Eruption Trail, Cougar Sno-ParkPARTS OF THE MOUNTAIN
In 1968 this anti-war candidate vied with fellow Minnesotan Hubert Humphrey for the Democratic nominationTHE VIETNAM WAR ERA
Broken by the death of his wife, he was das kaput, all on March 14, 1883STOPPED BREATHING IN THE 1800s
Turkish ruins have revealed a 'gate to hell' termed this, also the name of a periodic table elementON THE PERIODIC TABLE
Built as the centerpiece of the 1996 Summer Olympics, it was converted for baseball after the GamesBALLPARK FACTS & FIGURES
In 1880 he composed the 'Tragic Overture'THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO 'HM'
The 5th Amendment says you can't be jailed 'without' this phrase 'of law', a protection rooted in Magna CartaTHE CONSTITUTION
Detention here is pretty tough--prisoners are guarded by 'Dementors' who feed on your positive emotionsDETENTION IN LITERATURE
These large muscles at the front of the thigh take their name in part from the Latin for 'four'NUMERICAL TERMS
In 1989 black steel gates were installed at the entrance to this street to protect Margaret Thatcher from attackGATES
The late Julian Bond was its chairman from 1998 to 2010ORGANIZATIONS
This Shaw play is prefaced by a section called 'A Professor of Phonetics'PROLOGUES
This Tanzanian plain is home to the great annual migration of the wildebeestAFRICANA
Before TV, 'panem et circenses' were these 2 things used to satisfy the Roman massesLATIN CLASS

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