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ClueWho is or What isCategory
The author of his own dystopian classic in 1932, this man taught a young George Orwell at EtonDYSTOPIAN AUTHORS
She's been called the 'Mona Lisa of the North' & the poster girl for the Dutch Royal Picture Gallery in The HaguePAINTED LADIES
Growing up, her favorite literary heroine was Jo March; they shared a name & a hot temper & they both wanted to writeFAMOUS BRITS
A Pulitzer winner in 1947 & Best Picture Oscar winner in 1949, its title is also a line from Lewis CarrollBOOK TITLES
Platypuses are to this Pacific island what alligators are to FloridaWORLD FAUNA
With an area of 4,000 square miles, it's the only primarily Arabic-speaking country in the Middle East that has no desertTHE MIDDLE EAST
In 1872 he wrote his thesis 'Diseases of the Teeth' & son after moved west to a drier climate for his health19th CENTURY AMERICANS
The name of this character who lives in a forest is a shortening of an Italian word for a newbornCLASSIC CHILDREN'S BOOK CHARACTERS
A critic said this 1956 poem was 'a tirade... against those who do not share the poet's... sexual orientation'MODERN AMERICAN POETRY
Dedicated to a female, it's among the few of the 7 ancient wonders whose ruins you can visitTHE ANCIENT WORLD
Appropriately, this 1984 blockbuster was the first music CD mass-produced in the United StatesPOP MUSIC HISTORY
In 1932 he & several San Francisco colleagues formed Group f/64 to promote greater realism in their artALLITERATIVE AMERICANS (Full name is required.)
With a population of under 400,000, this founding member of NATO remains the smallest of the member nationsNATO COUNTRIES
He wrote the line 'Our home has been nothing but a playroom'PLAYWRIGHTS
Thanks to John Cabot, 16th century French documents included this island designated as 'Terre Neuve'PLACES ON THE MAP
After her death in 1943, the farmland & cottages of this author & animal lover were bequeathed to the National TrustLITERARY BRITAIN
Of his greatest accomplishment, he humbly remarked, 'Pilots... take pride in a good landing, not in getting out of the vehicle'FAMOUS AMERICANS
For films of 2005 through 2012, he received nominations for Best Picture, Director, Writing & ActingTHE OSCARS
Excluding Russia, it has the longest mainland coastline of any European country, 15,626 milesEUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY
Its preamble substituted the words 'a permanent federal government' for 'a more perfect union'19th CENTURY DOCUMENTS
On his 1849 death, it was said he was 'regarded rather with curiosity than admiration' & 'few will be grieved'AMERICAN AUTHORS
The group Nazareth took its name from the first line of a 1968 song from this other groupROCK & ROLL
This Catholic university gets its name from the Latin for “new” & “house” & was in the news in Spring 2016COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
In an 1887 novel this narrator's old wartime injury is in his shoulder; in an 1890 novel by the same author, it's in his legBRITISH LITERARY CHARACTERS
From a word meaning 'tradition', this branch has over a billion followers, many in the Middle EastWORLD RELIGION
ClueWho is or What isCategory
Anna Freud wrote, 'The infantile ego resorts to' this behavior 'in order not to become aware of some painful impression'POPULAR PSYCHOLOGY TERMS
The first 2 Spanish actors to win acting Academy Awards, they got married soon after they both had wonTODAY'S INTERNATIONAL FILM STARS
It's the only odd-numbered year in which a U.S. presidential election has been heldU.S. HISTORY
A 2013 Laureate, this British man wrote a 1954 thesis on 'Problems in the Theory of Molecular Vibrations'THE NOBEL PHYSICS PRIZE
An 1892 Punch cartoon depicts him lounging with a cigarette & holding a fan with a name written on itPLAYWRIGHTS
This 52-year-old went through a temporary growth spurt, growing 2 inches in less than a year, as revealed by a 2016 physicalNAMES IN THE NEWS
In 1855 he wrote, 'The public appears disposed to be amused even when they are conscious of being deceived'19th CENTURY AMERICANS
This man who was in 'The Godfather' & 'Apocalypse Now' is the only living actor in 6 or more films on the listTHE AFI's 100 YEARS... 100 MOVIES
Since Bulgaria joined in 2007, the E.U.'s 3 official alphabets have been our Latin one & these 2THE EUROPEAN UNION
His creator sometimes found him a 'detestable, bombastic, tiresome little creature'LITERARY DETECTIVES
Of Asia's 10 most populous urban areas, this city on an island is the only one south of the equatorASIAN CITIES
In 1521 he was the credited author of 'Defense of the 7 Sacraments' against Martin Luther's attacksTHE 16th CENTURY
In 1705 he wrote, 'And, if it should then return, we shall have no reason to doubt but the rest must return too'18th CENTURY BRITISH SCIENTISTS
After the secession of South Sudan from Sudan in 2011, this became the largest country in Africa by areaAFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
Settled in the 1780s, it's the only state capital without a McDonald'sSTATE CAPITALS
Best known for his theories about planetary orbits, in 1604 he became the first to explain how eyeglasses correct visionGERMAN SCIENTISTS
On the Horn of Africa, it's the only country whose name in English begins with a silent letterAFRICA
He died in New Orleans on Dec. 6, 1889, a little over 20 years after his treason case had been dropped19th CENTURY NOTABLES
Collective nickname for the group who 'formed the crest of the South Bend Cyclone'SPORTS NICKNAMES
A pair of shoes that he wore when making history in 1954 sold at auction in 2015 for more than $400,000GREAT BRITONS
His first address spoke of 'the present happy state', 'our peculiar felicity' & our 'happy government'INAUGURAL ADDRESSES
During his Senate service, which lasted from 1973 to January 2009, this man cast 12,810 votesTHE U.S. SENATE
'A stimulus to the courageous', the $25,000 Orteig Prize offer of 1919 resulted in his success 8 years laterAMERICAN HISTORY
Among the guests attending their anniversary party in 2005 celebrating 75 years were Dick Tracy, Dilbert & Dennis the MenaceFICTIONAL COUPLES
His reign was interrupted for '100 days' in the 19th century before he was restored & he reigned for 9 years moreFRENCH MONARCHS
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Hamilton began & ended the Federalist Papers warning of this type of person, Greek for 'people's leader'POLITICAL WORDS
Before his death in 1932, he donated over $100 million, including $50 million to the University of RochesterAMERICAN INVENTORS
8-letter name shared by a tragic heroine & Uranus' innermost known moonSHAKESPEARE CHARACTERS
It's the only capital named for a signer of the ConstitutionSTATE CAPITALS
This spokes-animal created in 1951 got a wife & a daughter, Antoinette, in the 1970sADVERTISING ICONS
The first 2 Top 40 hits for this late singer--one in 1971, the other in 1973--ended up becoming official state songsTOP 40 SONGS
He was the first to have both fiction & nonfiction No. 1 New York Times bestsellers; the latter featured his beloved poodleAMERICAN AUTHORS
Later a book title, the 2-word title of this 1968 song is a British name for a spiral slide seen at fairgroundsBEATLES SONGS
On an 1851 visit to Europe, Mathew Brady had hoped to meet this man who inspired him, but he died just as Brady set sailCONTEMPORARIES
239 years ago he wrote of 'the enormous debts which... will in the long run probably ruin all the great nations of Europe'GREAT THINKERS
This word dates back to the 19th century & referred to what the sun did to roofless seatingAT THE OLD BALLGAME
The first woman space shuttle pilot shares this surname with a man on the he 1st manned lunar landing mission 26 years earlierFAMOUS LAST NAMES
Its state song rhymes 'patriotic gore' with the name of its largest citySTATE SONGS
She won a 2006 Oscar & a 2015 Tony for playing the same monarch, though in different productionsACTRESSES
The Spanish name of these islands is Islas de Sotavento; their French name is Iles Sous-le-VentISLANDS
This antelope has 2 names, one from Afrikaans describing its looks & one imitating its sound; one is all we needAFRICAN ANIMALS
In 1990 he said, 'I would like to do what Faulkner did; carve out a little piece of Mississippi territory & claim it for my own'AUTHORS
This country whose name contains a religious order founded in the 1200s has a Bible on its flagWESTERN HEMISPHERE FLAGS
His last name means a type of burial place & in 1855 that's where he wentPHILOSOPHERS
In the 1690s its legislature referred to this place as 'his Majesty's ancient colony and dominion'AMERICAN HISTORY
After a royal passing in January 1820, this tragedy that had been little performed got 2 new London productions in AprilSHAKESPEARE
Since 1998 this actress has received 7 Oscar nominations, the most earned after age 60 by any performerTHE OSCARS
The Dakotas & Minnesota are the 3 states with the largest % of residents identifying as this denominationRELIGION IN AMERICA

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