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This 1960s album ends with the line 'I'd love to turn you on'CLASSIC ALBUMS
When this stone split asunder in 1774, it was said to be an omen of America's split from the British EmpireAMERICANA
Of the British surrender at Yorktown, he said, 'The play is over...the fifth act has just come to an end'ON THE MARQUIS
Since the 1940s, it's been bringing Uncle Sam's point of view to radio listeners worldwideFIND YOUR 'VOICE'
3,500 of this subspecies of brown bear live on the Alaska archipelago of the same nameTHE BEAR ESSENTIALS
Since a national split in 1993, it's the only world capital that borders 2 other countries--Austria & HungaryEUROPEAN CAPITALS
Because time was short, only this ship's starboard side, used for boarding, was repainted September 1, 1945WORLD WAR II
A poet described this divided island as a 'golden green leaf thrown into' the Mediterranean SeaISLANDS
Funds provided by his widow were used to set up a literary charity called Old Possum's Practical TrustPOETS
At age 97 in 2012, quite a few years after his bestseller 'The Caine Mutiny', he came out with 'The Lawgiver'BESTSELLERS
William Schuman, who won the first Pulitzer Prize for Music, served as president of this NYC school, 1945-1961AMERICAN COMPOSERS
In 1886 a loft for this type of bird was built at Sandringham House; birds from the loft later saw service in WWIIBRITISH ROYAL RESIDENCES
People have been obsessed by this designer's Obsession since 1985FRAGRANCES
Meaning 'acid loving', this 'good' species of bacteria is used to make yogurtBACTERIA
21 counties, including Gavleborg & VastmanlandONE NATION
This school gave birth to the football huddle in the 1890s, when players huddled up to hide their sign languageARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?
This word found in the first chapter of the King James Bible means the vault of heavenHEAVENLY LANGUAGE
Amy is the real name of this Dickens title character who was born in the Marshalsea debtor's prison19th CENTURY BRIT LIT
The city thrived as the starting point for this trail, named for a trader, that sent cattle up to Abilene, KansasSAN ANTONIO
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A logo on this town's website includes its incorporation date, 1981, as well as the historic date Dec. 17, 1903U.S. PLACES
It's the 'ism' defined as the belief that creatures & natural objects have soulsANTHROPOLOGIST'S DICTIONARY
In 1958 this org. got a new mission; the disease it originally targeted had been tamed 3 years beforeTHE GOOD
The animal for which this computer program is named is actually a red pandaTHE INTERNET
On July 23, 2013 this bestselling British tabloid re-spelled its name on its masthead to honor big British newsNEWSPAPERS
The first scene of this movie was shot on the first day of filming, Oct. 2, 1960 at 5 A.M. at 727 5th Ave. at 57th St. in New York CityCLASSIC FILMS
It's the biggest city on the 'Big Island'4-LETTER U.S. CITIES
This word for 'separated' appears in the first sentence of Julius Caesar's 'Gallic Wars'TRY A SEPARATION
1950s: 'I now pronounce you men & wives'MOVIE ENDING LINE OF THE DECADE
Betty Williams & Mairead Corrigan Maguire, co-winners for 1976, were both born in this troubled cityFEMALE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNERS
Once called Buffalo City, this Wild West Kansas town was named for the commander of the nearby fortU.S. CITY NAME ORIGINS
2 of the 4 men on Mount Rushmore were born in Virginia; these 2 states were the birthplaces of the other 2 menMOUNT RUSHMORE
This term for ancient arenas like the Colosseum comes from Greek words meaning 'viewing on both sides'IF YOU BUILD IT
'Z' by Therese Anne Fowler is a novel about this real literary wifeNOVEL WIVES
'Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood clean from my hand'ICONIC PENTAMETER
Since his 1988 death, he's been inducted into the U.S. Hockey, World Figure Skating & National Inventors Halls of Fame20th CENTURY NAMES
He whipped 2 former presidents in the same election by an electoral score of 435-88-8MY 'SON', THE PRESIDENT
8 countries border mainland France; its smallest border, at 2.7 miles, is with this countryFRENCH GEOGRAPHY
Vachel Lindsay's poem 'The Raft' said this author 'in white stands gleaming like a pillar of the night'AUTHORS ON AUTHORS

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