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The first swine flu, identified in 1930, was caused by this alphanumeric virus; in 2009 it was backALPHANUMERICS
Colorado statehoodNAME THE 19th CENTURY DECADE
The Great White Fleet, 16 battleships that toured the world in 1907, were a show of TR's foreign policy called thisAMERICAN HISTORY
One summer day in 1797 this British poet fell asleep reading a book that adapted the writings of Marco PoloPOETIC INSPIRATIONS
Hazel Grace & Augustus WatersNOVELS BY COUPLE
This Pennsylvania college opened its doors for women in 1885 but seems to frown upon the use of excessive vowelsCOLLEGE KNOWLEDGE
This literary character's father works for Mr. ScroogeLITERARY CHARACTERS
A standard chessboard has this many perimeter squaresFUN & GAMES
Swing dances include the Lindy Hop & this frenetic one whose name means 'a nervous person'GET UP & DANCE!
Though the 2 men were very different, this 4-word motto came to represent both Oscar Wilde & Louis B. MayerMOTTOES
This Egyptian god's evil brother Set tricked him into lying down in a box that was thrown into the riverMYTHOLOGY
This lawyer from a famed 1960 novel shares a name with an ancient Roman renowned for his wisdomNOVEL CHARACTERS
This constellation's second-brightest star, Shaula, is also known as 'the Stinger'CONSTELLATIONS
During the 1976 presidential campaign, Ronald Reagan said of this, 'We built it, we paid for it, it's ours & we are going to keep it'HISTORIC QUOTES
Published for the first time in 2014, her 'Pioneer Girl' was initially rejected, revised & transformed into a fictional seriesAMERICAN AUTHORS
The study of old age & aging'G--OLOGY'
In 1862 Alvan Clark discovered that this bright star has a companion called 'The Pup'THE STARS
In a Steinbeck collection of 4 stories, rancher Carl Tiflin gives his son Jody this title petBEASTLY LIT
Capturing Jamaica in 1655 allowed the English to replace the beer on ships with this, which didn't go badBRITISH HISTORY
This live-action TV show about a family debuted in 1965 & was set in 1997THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION
In 1988 Congress authorized a natl. park in this territory south of the equator to preserve its rain forestU.S. AREAS & TERRITORIES
It's a synonym for Old English, spoken before about 1150IT'S HYPHENATED
This heroine is asked, can't you do better than to devote yourself to 'a blind lameter' (cripple)?BRONTE-SAURUS (These are words used by the Bronte sisters--famous authors.)
His 1753 work 'Species Plantarum' provided binomial names for all known species of plantsHUMAN ENDEAVOR
'A reviewer... wrote that my pictures didn't have any beginning or any end. He didn't mean it as a a compliment, but it was'QUOTABLE PAINTERS
He rhymed the title character of one of his best-known poems with 'drew on', 'threw on' & 'ruin'19th CENTURY POETRY
On January 5, 1939, in a Los Angeles probate court, this national heroine was declared legally deadFAMOUS WOMEN
This dangerous virus transmitted by a mosquito was first discovered in Africa in 1937DISCOVERIES
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Huey Long adopted this slogan from a speech by William Jennings Bryan that goes on to say, 'But no one wears a crown'HISTORIC MOTTOES & SLOGANS
In the 500s B.C. this king who conquered Jerusalem restored the main ziggurat of BabylonZIGGURATS
The Syracuse owner created this in 1954 & it may have helped his team succeed the Lakers as champs the next yearSPORTS RULES
With this year for a book title, Charles C. Mann brings to life what civilization was like in the Americas before ColumbusSERIOUS NONFICTION
Working for Russia, in 1696 the Cossack Vladimir Atlasov explored this peninsulaEXPLORATION
It was named for coins sent to the White House during FDR's presidency for an annual fundraising driveHEALTH-RELATED ORGANIZATIONS
This current state capital was once BeverwijckU.S. PLACE NAME CHANGES
Lake Bonneville, George S. Eccles Dinosaur ParkTHE STATE OF THINGS
Avoid the topic of these foes now associated with the unenlightened; his long struggle with them didn't end well for himBETTER CALL SAUL
the Garrett Farm on April 26, 1865, for this man who'd caused a bad night at the theater a couple of weeks earlierTOUGH DAY AT
Tennessee bars holding office if you take part in these, though Tenn.'s Andrew Jackson took part in as many as 100THE LAW OF THE LAND
Something that produces a rainbow of colors is said to be this adjective, after the Greek word for rainbowETYMOLOGY
This verb can mean 'to cause to happen' or 'to fall from the sky', the way snow doesMOVING FORWARD IN SCIENCE
Because the pressure lets the body absorb more oxygen, these decompression chambers can help blue babiesOXYGEN
In her 30s, this Texan was up for Best Actress in 2002 & 2003; she won Best Supporting in 2004 in a Civil War dramaTHE OSCARS
After his final battle, the wounded Arthur is carried off to this magical isleKING ARTHUR
Its many tributaries include the Great Miami & Wabash RiversWESTERN HEMISPHERE RIVERS
Reflecting its precious resources, it was the colonial name for what is now Ghana'THE' LAND IS THE LAND
As of 2013 there were said to be about 300 left of the Iberian this, which would also like to buy a vowet, PatINDOOR & OUTDOOR CATS
Aggressive gorillas figure in this Crichton thrillerA RIVER RUNS THROUGH THE BOOK
Everything changed in 1924 after he observed, 'I have found a Cepheid variable in the Andromeda Nebula'20th CENTURY SCIENTISTS
Just because this Dickens novel has 2 consecutive 'Z's in the title doesn't mean you will fall asleep reading itBRIT LIT
From 1947 to 1952 he was chairman of the General Advisory Committee of the Atomic Energy CommissionLIVES OF THE SCIENTISTS
This mutual defense treaty between the USSR & other Communist states was disbanded in 1991THE END OF THE SOVIET UNION
Patty Duke & Anne Bancroft re-created their stage roles to make this 1962 filmPLAY INTO FILM
The swan is a symbol of this Ontario city; each year, white & black swans are released into the Avon RiverCANADIAN CITIES
The title of a 1955 film, it's the inclination to become unfaithful after 84 months of marriageFAMILIAR PHRASES
The name of this Southern city famous in literature is from words meaning 'Kent people's stronghold'BRITISH CITIES
ClueWho is or What isCategory
In 1914 she began distributing a pamphlet called 'Family Limitation' that outlined her viewsWOMEN IN HISTORY
In 2012 Nature magazine ran an obituary for this ship, which 'died after a long struggle with bad publicity'SHIPS IN THE NEWS
She won the 1984 Grammy for Best New Artist & in 2013 became the first solo woman to win a Tony Award for Best ScorePOP STARS
These 2 states legalized recreational marijuana useWAY BACK IN 2012
Forrest Wilson's 1942 winner 'Crusader in Crinoline' tells the story of this 19th c. abolitionist & authorPULITZER PRIZE-WINNING BIOGRAPHIES
A city in Pinellas County, Florida, or one about 7 degrees south of the Arctic CirclePULLIN' INTO THE 'BURG'
This Babylonian is slain the same night as his feast at which Daniel reads the writing on the wallBIBLE 'B' BOYS
Rarely used word for one who sells writing paper'STA' WITH ME
An armistice ended when Turkey's government was overthrown by this 'youthful' nationalist groupTHE WAR OF 1912
This 1993 film set during WWII was nominated for 12 OscarsMOVIE TITLE POSSESIVES
...came out of Cornell med school & revolutionized dieting with his high-protein, low-carb systemDOCTOR WHO
Jonathan Harker's journal says this character's face 'was deathly pale and the lines of it were hard like drawn wires'LITERARY SIMILES
A major contributor to the Constitution, he was its last living signerPRESIDENTS
In 2014 CNN declared Zambia's Guy Scott the first white president in Sub-Saharan Africa since this man in 1994WORLD LEADERS IN THE NEWS
An 1804 symphony is 'heroic' or this in ItalianCLASSICAL MUSIC ADJECTIVES
Sao Tome & Principe is an important nesting site for the hawksbill variety of this marine creatureLET'S VISIT SAO TOME & PRINCIPE
Major Major Major Major problems; not crazy about flying; quite the paradoxA NOVEL LOOK
Born in Illinois of Huguenot ancestry, he was executed in June 1882, a year after his heinous actINFAMOUS
This name made famous in a 17th century novel is derived from the Spanish for 'sweet'LITERARY CHARACTERS
The Duke of Northumberland (1504-1553) arranged for his son to marry this unfortunate lady in 1553; oopsLET'S DUKE IT OUT
The address atf.gov would be atfe.gov if it accounted for this word found in the full name of the bureauGOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Gauchos are the equivalent of cowboys on these vast grassy plains of South AmericaMEANWHILE BACK AT THE RANCH
St. Cyprian was bishop of this old foe of Rome during a persecution of Christians; make that St. Cyprian the MartyrSAINTS
In 2014 the CDC reported 4 total confirmations of this disease in the U.S.; the first was on September 30thHAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH
Morton Sobell, a co-defendant with these 2, was also convicted but received a lighter sentence: 30 years in prisonNOTORIOUS 20th CENTURY NAMES
You could call John chambers this 'Kid' after the company he runs that's big in routersMBA ALL-STARS

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