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  • In 1751, with Benjamin Franklins help, the 1st hospital in the U.S. was founded in this city - Philadelphia
  • Helen Keller brought the first of these Japanese dogs to the United States in 1937 - the akita
  • In 1869 this Austrian monk published a paper on hawkweed: the experiments didnt work as well as the ones with peas - Mendel
  • Africas lowest temperature was 11 degrees below zero in 1935 at Ifrane, just south of Fez in this country - Morocco
  • On May 30, 1967 Colonel Ojukwu declared Biafras independence from this country, starting a civil war - Nigeria
  • You know so much about policy, you qualify as this - Wonk (know)
  • 11-year-old Ashlyn White won a 2009 U.S. youth title in this martial art in which you try to throw your opponent - judo
  • Robert E. Lee saved this capital from capture with his June 1862 attack on McClellans forces - Richmond
  • Man first reaches the South Pole - the 1910s
  • Zeus father, Cronus, was one of this group of 12 - Titans
  • Shown Saturday afternoons on ABC, this sports tour outdrew college football & moved to ESPN in 1997 - the pro bowling tour
  • New Zealand-born Jonah Lamu is tops on the pitch of this sport - Rugby
  • Radio abbreviation that precedes the name of rap figures Quik, Pooh & Jazzy Jeff - DJ
  • Montserrat - Great Britain (United Kingdom)
  • Piers Sellers lost a tool in space while spreading putty into this Space Shuttle named for Capt. Cooks ship - Discovery
  • He painted \ - value
  • We were frakkin sad when this sci fi show had its series finale on March 20, 2009 - Battlestar Galactica
  • A hollow area that holds a light bulb - Socket
  • In this Bruce Willis movie, the villain goes out the window of the Nakatomi building, gun in hand - Die Hard
  • In California, a premier spot for skiing is this resort area that shares its name with a prehistoric elephant - Mammoth
  • In its years of operation, this Soviet space station released more than 200 objects (mostly trash) into space - Mir
  • In 1867 Thomas Allbutt invented one of these instruments which took 5 minutes to register instead of 20 - a thermometer
  • Of the 6 noble gases on the periodic table, it is the lightest - helium
  • In this kids game, you bounce a small rubber ball while picking up 6-pronged metal objects - jacks
  • Tired of eating mule jerky, Vicksburg fell in July 1863 after a 6-week one of these military tactics - a siege
  • During this plant process, carbon dioxide & water combine with light energy to create oxygen & glucose - photosynthesis
  • In 1948 Douglas Edwards became the first anchor of this networks Evening News - CBS
  • He auditioned for & won the part of Ron Weasley with a rap that he wrote - Rupert Grint
  • The John Birch Society coined the term comsymp, short for this - Communist sympathizer
  • This longtime anchor of the CBS Evening News became a UPI correspondent in 1939 - Walter Cronkite
  • When speaking of Messrs. Netanyahu or Britten, its all about the first name, pluralized - the Benjamins
  • An odometer measures the distance covered by a vehicle & this device measures how far youve walked - a pedometer
  • Say the name of this type of mollusk you see - an octopus
  • Porfirio Diaz seized power in this country in 1876, ruled for 35 years, fled in 1911 & died in exile - Mexico
  • The Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour is a highlight of this Asian citys Disneyland - Tokyo
  • It can be a separating line in your hair or a role in a play - a part
  • This housewares store was named for the packaging its merchandise came in & was first displayed on - Crate & Barrel
  • Youll find this triangular island about 4 miles off the southeast coast of Massachusetts - Marthas Vineyard
  • While compounds of this element are added to table salt, in its pure form its quite poisonous - Iodine
  • A squash thats been pierced by a bulls horn - gored gourd
  • Her home Orchard House was the model for whre the March family lived in her most famous novel - Louisa May Alcott
  • A blow with a whip - Lash
  • 17th century Flemish master known for painting women like the one seen here: - Peter Paul Rubens
  • Saint-Pierre & Miquelon - France
  • This important mechanism is what you're turning when you wind a clock - the mainspring
  • Bordering Italy, Austria, Hungary & Croatia, its one of the worlds newest independent countries - round
  • Only Philip Morris & this Cincinnati-based firm have yearly ad expenditures exceeding $2 billion - Procter & Gamble
  • Salinas, California, has a public library named for this novelist - Steinbeck
  • At sea level at 70 degrees this travels 1,129 feet per second; it speeds up over 1 foot per sec. for each rising degree - sound
  • The city of Yuma in this state has a record average of 4,055 hours of sunshine each year - Arizona
  • The Tanglewood Music Festival is a summer highlight in Lenox in this New England state - Massachusetts
  • A spirometer measures the capacity of these organs - the lungs
  • Moshoeshoe II was exiled twice before regaining this southern African countrys throne in 1995 - Lesotho
  • Susan & Benjamin Cheever, children of this short story master, are both authors as well - John Cheever
  • Ben Franklin went to London in 1757 to represent this colonys assembly - Pennsylvania
  • This Welsh form of Margaret was among the USAs top 10 girls names of the 1990s - Megan
  • (Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the pole vault at Duke Universitys track in Durham, NC.) In bending an elastic solid, stress is the force causing deformation & this is the 6-letter term for the deformation - strain
  • Relatively speaking, its your moms husband by a later marriage - a stepfather
  • Remained sedate - stayed staid
  • A teaspoon of creme de cassis is added to this to make a Kir - white wine
  • Observing pilgrims traveling to the shrine of Thomas Becket inspired him to write his greatest work - Geoffrey Chaucer (The Canterbury Tales)
  • Kayak is an example of this, a word that reads the same forwards & backwards - a palindrome
  • The 2 colors found on all 3 national flags of the U.S., Mexico & Canada - red & white
  • Marshs Library in this country was founded c. 1702 by the Archbishop of Dublin - Ireland
  • When it began on Pan Am & Qantas in the late 70s, it was basically a roped-off part of the economy cabin with free drinks - business class
  • Edward Beale brought news of this 1848 discovery in California to the east coast - gold
  • This leader of the Green Mountain Boys did not live to see Vermont become a state - Ethan Allen
  • If you supersede the competition, you will excede all expectations - exceed
  • Built in 312 B.C. to link Rome & the South of Italy, its still in use today - the Appian Way
  • In 1964 he lifted his beagles Him & Her by the ears on the White House lawn, provoking protest - Lyndon Johnson
  • [video clue] - Oregon State University
  • In 1967 this 21-year-old started Rolling Stone magazine - Jann Wenner
  • In 1982 William DeVries performed the 1st permanent artificial heart transplant on this man - Barney Clark
  • Well look smart in these vehicles that returned to London in 1999 - Trams (smart)
  • Exiled for manslaughter, Eric the Red was forced to leave this country around 981 - Iceland
  • In the winter of 1971-72, a record 1,122 inches of snow fell at Rainier Paradise Ranger Station in this state - Washington
  • A basic Gin Rickey is gin, lime & this non-potent potable - soda water
  • For the last 8 years of his life, Galileo was under house arrest for espousing this mans theory - Copernicus
  • As mad bomber Howard Payne in this film, Dennis Hopper planted a bomb on an L.A. area transit bus - Speed
  • SFX is the standard abbreviation for these, from the rustling of trees to cannon fire - Sound effects
  • Jedediah Smith was a mountain man & explorer employed in this industry - fur trading
  • Because he had the same thing for lunch every day for 20 years, Andy Warhol painted these, beginning in 1962 - Campbells Soup cans
  • (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows an array of numbers enclosed in brackets on the monitor.) A set of numbers in rows and columns can be used in many ways--for example, to encrypt a code or create 3-D computer graphics; the set shares this name with a 1999 film - a matrix
  • After a 15-year stay in England, this proprietor of Pennsylvania returned to his colony in 1699 - William Penn
  • A humid city, Rio de Janeiro lies just north of this tropic line - the Tropic of Capricorn
  • Pink is the most popular color of this fluffy confection made from spun sugar - cotton candy
  • Administrative units in this country include Giza, Aswan & Suez - Egypt
  • In 1602 this universitys library reopened after restoration work by Sir Thomas Bodley - Oxford University
  • The energy from this is measured by a pyrheliometer - the Sun
  • Jean Vander Pyl, who played Wilma in the original cartoon series, played Mrs. Feldspar in this movie adaptation - The Flintstones
  • California - Nixon
  • The juice of one of these citrus fruits makes a Whiskey Sour sour - a lemon
  • This 1904-1905 war began in Manchuria & ended with the battle of Tsushima Strait - Russo-Japanese War
  • Under the 1814 Treaty of Kiel, this country gave Norway to Sweden but kept Greenland & other islands - Denmark
  • Aye, lass, Ill wed thee ere this has dried on the fields - Dew (wed)
  • A narrow passage separates Canadas Ellesmere Island from this large Danish island - Greenland
  • Dog lovers look forward to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, held each February in this city - New York City
  • A Hawaiian wreath becomes an area sheltered from wind - a lei & a lee
  • Pravastatin aims to block your bodys ability to make this - cholesterol
  • This word seen on doors is what a right-handed batter does when he hits the ball to left field - pull
  • Large aboriginal populations live in this countrys states of Queensland & New South Wales - Australia
  • Richard Attenborough, who was in the original 1952 cast of this play, helped celebrate its performance No. 20,000 in 2000 - round
  • Objects that pass closer to the sun than Mercury have been named for this mythological figure - round
  • Jomo Kenyatta International Airport serves this world capital - Nairobi, Kenya
  • Northern Mariana Islands - USA
  • The British ferried 2,200 troops across this river to battle the Americans at Bunker Hill - the Charles River
  • [video clue] - the University of Texas
  • Charles Bulfinch, who contributed to the Capitol in Washington, D.C., designed this citys state house on Beacon Hill - Boston
  • Aaron Fechter invented this carnival game where you hit a mammal with a mallet - Whack-A-Mole
  • Architect Gordon Bunshaft designed this presidential library in Austin, Texas - the LBJ library
  • Originally a half hour, this soap started in 1963 & featured Nurse Jessie Brewer - General Hospital
  • Its a self-satisfied smile or grin that you may be asked to wipe off your face - smirk
  • Its an outline of the contents of a course or curriculum - a syllabus
  • It pumps more than one million barrels of oil a day, more than any other state - Texas
  • The name of this color comes from the Greek word porphyra - purple
  • George Franklin Edmunds wrote most of this antitrust act of 1890 - the Sherman (Antitrust Act)
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Airport architect Gyo Obata helped design this Smithsonian museum - Air & Space Museum
  • In 1000 Rajaraja I of the Cholas battled to take this Indian Ocean island now known for its tea - Ceylon (or Sri Lanka)
  • Its the Spanish-named appetizer of tortilla chips & often beans, beef & onions topped with melted cheese - nachos
  • In some casinos, a blackjack dealer must hit with an ace & a 6, known as this type of 17 - soft
  • Antabuse is designed to make you feel really, really bad after ingesting this - alcohol
  • This Nazi dictator sometimes dined alone with Blondi, his Alsatian - Adolf Hitler
  • This resort city about 200 miles southwest of Mexico City is famous for its cliff divers - Acapulco
  • (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Catalina Island Conservancy.) Rampant use of this 3-letter insecticide lead to a hefty settlement for restorating the population of Catalinas bald eagles - DDT
  • Sound navigation& ranging is the full name for this device that bounces radio waves underwater - sonar
  • Daedalus used this substance to fasten the wings to his back - wax
  • In a restaurant, its a quartets table request - for four
  • A 7.0 magnitude earthquake in this Caribbean country Jan. 12, 2010 brought a world outpouring of aid - Haiti
  • Group whose feast day is October 2, or a group founded in 1979 by Curtis Sliwa - Guardian Angels
  • Traditionally, shepherds pie contains this meat, ground or diced - lamb
  • Meet me in the library for a liaison at your liesure - leisure
  • In 2010 this Illinois governor was tried on corruption charges, but convicted on only 1 count - Blagojevich
  • While making repairs on the Intl. Space Station, Scott Parazynski lost a needle-nose pair of these - pliers
  • In 1526 he greeted an Inca nobleman on his ship, but conquest would have to wait a few years until funds were raised - Pizarro
  • Small, slender missile thrown at a board in a game - a dart
  • In the presence of the Adi Granth, the sacred book of the Sikhs, you cover your head & remove these - your shoes
  • The black type of this fish with a womans name is a striking addition to any aquarium - a molly
  • In 1991 this telephone company launched its Friends & Family promotion - MCI
  • It has over 9,700 tax preparation offices worldwide - H&R Block
  • In 2002 Vonetta Flowers & Jill Bakken won gold in the 2-woman version of this high-speed sport - the bobsled
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  • Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima began playing this sport for Brazils national team at age 17 - Soccer
  • This Chiricahua Apache was a popular attraction at the 1904 Worlds Fair in St. Louis - Geronimo
  • In 1905 German scientist Alfred Einhorn created this first injectable local anesthetic used in dentistry - novocaine
  • The shell of this mollusk is composed chiefly of calcium carbonate - a clam
  • Peaches are more than 80% this compound - H2O
  • The Battle of Long Island was fought in what is now this New York City borough - Brooklyn
  • Term for the flow of a film, maintained by keeping details consistent throughout a scene - Continuity
  • Founded in the 1530s, this capital of Jalisco state is the second-largest in Mexico - Guadalajara
  • This cord that connects a fetus to the placenta contains 2 arteries & 1 vein - the umbillical cord
  • Likely containing a sandwich, the first of these depicting a TV character came along in 1950 with Hopalong Cassidy - a lunchbox
  • Everlast makes these that come in speed and heavy varieties - punching bags
  • Dutch physician Willem Kolff developed the 1st of these kidney machines that cleanse the blood - a dialysis machine
  • In the 1990s, this nation whose flag is seen here moved its seat of government to a different city - Germany
  • Unusual names borne by these celestial objects include 3834 Zappafrank & 10221 Kubrick - asteroids
  • Its headquarters compound in Langley, Virginia is named for Former President George Bush - the CIA
  • An international rate stamp has a photo of this nearly 700-sq mile swamp in Georgia and Florida - the Okefenokee
  • Its the familiar term for a circus largest tent, where the main show appears - the big top
  • Hundreds of years old, the de facto national flag features this saints cross - Andrew
  • In the last scene of this comedy, Petruchio wins a bet that he has the most obedient wife - The Taming of the Shrew
  • goop.com is a lifestyles website from this Oscar-winning actress; the g & p represent her initials - Gwyneth Paltrow
  • Say the name of these big trees; it has a color in it - redwood
  • Vladimir Samsonov is touted as Europes only hope against China in this game - Ping-pong
  • Emily Webb of Grovers Corners - Our Town
  • Its the 4-letter name of the pleated skirt worn by men in Scotland - a kilt
  • In 2008 David Gregory became moderator of this NBC Sunday morning news show - Meet the Press
  • No. 2: 1912 Olympian; football star at Carlisle Indian School; 6 MLB seasons with the Reds, Giants & Braves - Jim Thorpe
  • Duck, duck, loie; (loie of course referring to this other feathered friend) - a goose
  • In Euripides play about this famed beauty, its her double who goes to Troy - Helen
  • At 14,140 feet, this Rocky Mountain peak discovered in 1806 is one of Colorados highest - Pikes Peak
  • Mount Logan, Canadas highest peak, is found in this territory - the Yukon Territory
  • Of the 31 pilgrims in this Chaucer work, only 23 tell their stories - The Canterbury Tales
  • Historians refer to the Golden Age as the time during which Pericles ruled this city - Athens
  • The district of conservative rep. Patrick McHenry in this state includes Mooresville, a home of NASCAR - North Carolina
  • You cant make a genuine tempera painting without breaking these - eggs
  • Cows regurgitate this from the first stomach to the mouth & chew it again - the cud
  • This sport has an under-17 World Cup every 2 years; Haris Seferovic starred for the 2009 champion Switzerland - soccer
  • In 2003 this airline agreed to buy KLM, creating Europes largest airline - Air France
  • Madeira Islands - Portugal
  • (Cheryl of the Clue Crew indicates the monitor.) A porkchop plot, named for its shape, is used for planning space missions; the vertical & horizontal axes plot possible dates for these 2 flight events - takeoff & landing (or launch & arrival)
  • Life has its ups & downs for Travis Mayer, a 2002 medalist in the event named for these little hills on the slopes - moguls
  • A crash is a group of these large horned mammals - rhinoceroses
  • Like banks, many grocery stores now have these for dispensing cash & taking deposits - ATMs
  • In a heartbreaking scene, Travis has to kill his beloved dog in this 1957 film based on a Fred Gipson book - Old Yeller
  • A single layer of paper, or to perform ones craft diligently - ply
  • This states Days of 47 Festival honors the day Brigham Young reached the Salt Lake Valley in 1847 - Utah
  • In 1562, in what is now S.C., these French Protestants established a colony named Port Royal - the Huguenots
  • David Ben-Gurion went to the U.S. in 1915 when this empire exiled Zionists from Palestine - Ottoman Empire
  • In use from 1844 to 1905, a flag representing the union of these 2 countries was nicknamed the \ - Norway and Sweden
  • Maize is another word for this - corn
  • 99.95% of the mass of an atom is in this part - the nucleus
  • In Israel Tevet is the tenth of these - month
  • Composer Wolfgang - Mozart
  • For much of the winter of 1794-95, he served as acting supervisor for Dumfries, Scotland - Robert Burns
  • Warhol became the manager of this Lou Reed rock group in 1965 & produced their first album - Velvet Underground
  • In 1996 John Travolta spread his wings as this archangel - Michael
  • Barbara Undershaft - Major Barbara
  • Blood pumper - heart
  • This longest river on the Iberian Peninsula is also known as the Tajo - the Tagus
  • In 1960 this Democrat spoke first in the first televised U.S. presidential election debate - John F. Kennedy
  • Scotts Bluff National Monument lies in western Nebraska on this pioneer trail - Oregon Trail
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  • Designer Vivienne Westwood ran a shop with Malcolm McLaren, who launched this Johnny Rotten band - The Sex Pistols
  • The pons connects the 2 hemispheres of this part of the brain that regulates balance - the cerebellum
  • This 1895 novel is subtitled \ - The Time Machine
  • In 1462 this printer known for movable type had to move out of Mainz - Johannes Gutenberg
  • This common term originated in the early 1500s with the book \ - the New World
  • She was born in Virginia around 1596 & died in Kent, England in 1617 - round
  • On June 28, 1994 the natl weather service began issuing this index that rates the intensity of the suns radiation - the UV index
  • As Franklin D. Roosevelts blood pressure was 300/190, he suffered from this 1-word condition - hypertension
  • In a surprise, Ted Kennedys old Senate seat in this state went to a Republican in a January 2010 election - Massachusetts
  • In 2006 this Illinois governor was busted for racketeering; whats in the water there? - George Ryan
  • Hes the older son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana - Prince William
  • Word completing the line \ - Jeopardy
  • Minoru Yamasaki reached new heights with this New York City complex - World Trade Center
  • The Times of London estimates this chess player is taking home $20 mil. a year; thats some check, mate! - Garry Kasparov
  • Andy Garcia is a native of this country whose flag is seen here - Cuba
  • The human body has 3 types of these: skeletal, smooth & cardiac, a combination of skeletal & smooth - muscles
  • Ed leaves pools of water on the carpet when he comes in from sailing this boat - Sloop (pools)
  • This Wyoming monument contains an 865-foot-high fluted column of igneous rock - Devils Tower
  • On Sept. 14, 2005 she gave birth to Sean Preston Federline - Britney Spears
  • Until one was caught in 1938, it was thought that this fish had been extinct for more than 70 million years - the coelacanth
  • Made up of 1,028 hymns in 10 books, its the oldest of the Vedas in Hinduism - Rigveda
  • A loop found on footwear, its a symbol of success through ones own efforts - a bootstrap
  • Monroe, near Snohomish in this state, is the site of the annual Evergreen State Fair - Washington
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates, putting his arm over his mouth.) To avoid spreading germs & maybe flu, we learned the sneeze named for this character made famous in an 1897 book - Dracula
  • This popular resort island lies north of Cozumel off the coast of the state of Quintana Roo - Cancun
  • This plow inventor was a Vermont blacksmith before moving to Grand Detour, Illinois - John Deere
  • On Sept. 5, 1781, 24 of this countrys ships engaged British ships in Cheaspeake Bay & turned them back - France
  • Quentin Tarantino directed this film & also had a bit role as Jimmy of Toluca Lake - Pulp Fiction
  • He filed for divorce citing Leviticus 20:21, \ - Henry VIII
  • In this Coen Brothers movie, Charles Durning jumps out a window during a board meeting - The Hudsucker Proxy
  • The talus fits between the ends of these 2 bones forming the ankle joint - the tibia & fibula
  • This pomegranate syrup turns a Pink Lady pink - grenadine
  • The home of silk merchant Jim Thompson, who disappeared in 1967, is a tourist attraction in this Thai city - Bangkok
  • In this type of race you have to zigzag between flags or other obstacles in proper order - a slalom
  • Less than half an inch long, this tiniest fish is found in the Indian Ocean, not in an Asian desert - a goby
  • Paper-thin & often served for dessert, its the French equivalent of a pancake - cr\u00eapes
  • Giving the devil his due, Fr. Karras invites the devil inside himself, then exits from the second floor in this 1973 movie - The Exorcist
  • Seminole Indian leader Osceola is buried at this fort where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter
  • It begins a football game or a special event like a political campaign - the kickoff
  • Hard coal that burns with little flame - anthracite
  • The amount of this in a solution can be measured by a saccharometer - sugar
  • In 1945 this famous scottie was injured in a fight with Blaze, Elliott Roosevelts mastiff - Fala
  • With 6,640 miles of coast, this state has the longest shoreline - Alaska
  • Park View of Chula Vista, California beat Taipei 6-3 to win this organizations 2009 World Series - the Little League
  • In 1718 this Texas town was founded by Martin de Alarcon & Father Olivares & named for St. Anthony of Padua - San Antonio
  • 4 different species of bears live in Alaska: Kodiak, grizzly, black & this - Polar bears
  • Karl led the first of these Marxist organizational efforts; the second one began in 1889 - the International
  • Lava & igneous rock are formed from this hot liquid rock material found under the earths crust - magma
  • The voice of Daffy Duck (for the first 50 years) - Mel Blanc
  • In 1685 he joined his father in pastorship of the Old North Church, a post he held until his death - Cotton Mather
  • Elected to the Senate in 1930, he refused to resign as Louisianas gov. until 32, when his handpicked crony got the gig - Huey Long
  • Though this comedy has Verona in its title, it ends in a forest on the frontiers of Mantua - The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  • (Jeff Probst reports from the Marquesas.) One of Nuku Hivas main exports is this--dried coconut meat - copra
  • In 1998 U.S. cruise missiles hit this African country in response to bombings of U.S. embassies - Sudan
  • People say these are what you need to make it in Hollywood - Contacts
  • The wedge is an adaptation of the simple machine called the inclined this - plane
  • The burning of Moscow after Napoleons exit is dramatized in this Tolstoy novel - War and Peace
  • In 2006 it began on July 1 in Strasbourg & ended on July 23 in Paris - the Tour de France
  • The first 10 of these are known as the Bill of Rights - the Amendments
  • About 80,000 Scots still speak the Scottish version of this ancient Celtic language - Gaelic
  • The transport for a 19th century double date might have been a barouche, one of these - a carriage
  • The flag of this U.S. possession is almost the same as the flag of Cuba - Puerto Rico
  • The sister of Orestes, mourning became her - Electra
  • Its a ship at home in the Arctic, or a remark that starts a conversation - an icebreaker
  • The World Wide Web gets its first page - the 1990s
  • Considered the healthiest state in 2006, its also home to the Mayo Clinic - Minnesota
  • This companys Accutron watch, introduced in 1960, had a guarantee of accuracy to within one minute a month - Bulova
  • In 960 Mieczyslaw I became the first ruler of this country - Poland
  • Jakob Dylan, the son of Bob Dylan, is the frontman for this group - The Wallflowers
  • [video clue] - the University of Florida
  • This drip artist was born in Cody, Wyoming in 1912 - Jackson Pollock
  • Sukkot, a Jewish festival, began as a harvest celebration & was a model for this centuries-old American holiday - Thanksgiving
  • If this part of a peach is downy or fuzzy, the fruits called a peach; if its smooth, a nectarine - the skin
  • In 1751 the Penn Provincial Assembly placed the order for this symbol of freedom, now in Philadelphia - the Liberty Bell
  • Flower seen here (that fits the category) - Iris
  • In the midst of the Korean War, this South Korean president was elected to his second of 4 terms - Syngman Rhee
  • This tranquilizer that sounds like a village was introduced in 1955 & became the USAs bestselling drug - Miltown
  • The mainland peninsula closest to Russia is named for this man - William Seward
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  • George Custers men are buried in a cemetery in the national monument named for this river - Little Bighorn
  • The Kirschner brothers, Don & Bill, named this ski company for themselves & the second-highest mountain - K2
  • A 1994 festival honoring this country featured the Tjapukai Aboriginal Dance Company - Australia
  • On Oct. 30, 1938 phone traffic peaked in cities all over America as people discussed this broadcast - the \
  • Woo hoo! In 2009 this animated family was chosen to grace stamps, though postage did go up to 44 cents (Doh!) - the Simpsons
  • On December 27, 1831 it departed Plymouth, England to map the coastline of South America - round
  • It springs to mind that theres a Florida city named for this game fish seen here - tarpon
  • On May 29, 1765 Patrick Henrys Stamp Act protest was interrupted with this one word - round
  • Cadmus planted these parts of a dragon to raise some troops - teeth
  • Its the go-ahead in a kids game & for a car at an intersection - a green light
  • Youd be naive to think you can make bottled water thats more popular than this - Evian (naive)
  • In 1906 August von Wassermann developed a well-known test for this sexually transmitted disease - syphilis
  • This hero of several books is 11 when he discovers hes a wizard - Harry Potter
  • Stephen Long & Zebulon Pike have peaks named for them in this state, an area they said was uninhabitable - Colorado
  • Were not stringing you along: this capital of the Czech Republic is famous for its puppet theatres - Prague
  • The Indus River provides the western border of this desert also known as the Great Indian Desert - the Thar Desert
  • Che Guevara probably knew the political-sounding term for the root symbol seen here - radical
  • The Alamo is located in this city & is depicted on its flag - San Antonio
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, IN.) The GMC Motorhome from the 60s & 70s was among the first models to have this innovation that helps with traction by putting the weight over the wheels that do the work - front-wheel drive
  • Linus Torvalds is the father of this operating system used on cell phones & supercomputers - Linux
  • Character seen here, his action-packed journeys are legendary: - Hercules (Kevin Sorbo)
  • A caterpillar that moves by contraction & expansion - an inchworm
  • In the title of an Aesop fable, this insect shared billing with a grasshopper - the ant
  • 6 elements once known as inert gases are now known by this aristocratic name - noble gases
  • Hes considered the author of the Pentateuch, which is hard to believe, as Deuteronomy continues after his death - Moses
  • First Lady Helen Taft led a fund-raising drive for a memorial to this 1912 marine disaster - Sinking of the Titanic
  • A nilometer measures the height of the water in this - the Nile River
  • George Orwell, 34 years dead, hits the bestseller list - the 1980s
  • Andys loft on East 47th Street got this nickname from its former use & Andys mass-production techniques - The Factory
  • Bumps or mounds of snow that accumulate on a slope are called these, like some very wealthy & powerful people - moguls
  • 1 of the 2 born in Vermont - Coolidge (or Chester Arthur)
  • This favorite horse of Alexander the Great sometimes wore golden horns in battle - Bucephalus
  • Mike Eruzione of Winthrop, Mass. was captain of the miraculous 1980 Olympic team in this sport - hockey
  • It can be a place to leave your puppy when you take a trip, or a carrier for him that fits under an airplane seat - a kennel
  • This crime drama with Robert Wagner & Stefanie Powers was created by Sidney Sheldon - Hart to Hart
  • In Genesis 4 he becomes the first killer; God isnt happy - Cain
  • The inventors of this camera-stabilizing device won a special 1977 Oscar - Steadicam
  • Pausanius, a young Macedonian noble, killed this man, Alexanders dad, in 336 B.C. - Philip
  • Its a type of bounce house, or a dance made famous by Michael Jackson - the moonwalk
  • The Church of Scotland, the countrys national church, is a branch of this Christian denomination - Presbyterian
  • A valley at 282 feet below sea level in this state is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere - California
  • Like a door, a Broadway show does these 2 things - open & close
  • In 1935 & 36 Helen Hayes reigned for 517 Broadway performances as this queen who reigned for 63 years - Victoria
  • A small demon, or a mischievous child (who might be a little demon!) - imp
  • In 1936, in defiance of the Treaty of Versailles, this country began remilitarizing the Rhineland - Germany
  • The accomodations at the monastery were rudimentary at best - accommodations
  • Louis Skidmore designed the secret atomic site that became this Tennessee town - Oak Ridge
  • Ripped from todays headlines, he was a turtle king gone mad; Mack was the one good turtle whod bring him down - Yertle
  • Ben More, Ben Alder & Ben Macdui are not people but tall ones of these in Scotland - mountains
  • The Distinguished Marines series honors the man for whom a North Carolina Marine Corps base was named - Lt. Gen. John Lejeune
  • He was appointed conductor of the Boston Pops in 1930 - Arthur Fiedler
  • In 1880 he invented the photophone, a device that sent messages through the air on beams of light - Alexander Graham Bell
  • Nikes stock fell when this basketball player announced his retirement in January 1999 - Michael Jordan
  • Blanche DuBois - A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Bodyguards Satwant & Beant Singh killed this female leader of India in 1984 - Indira Gandhi
  • Humans have 33 vertebrae, 7 of them cervical, meaning they are in this part of the body - your neck
  • During the war, this first signer of the Declaration of Independence commanded the Mass. Militia - John Hancock
  • This verb for bouncing a basketball sounds like you're slobbering - dribbling
  • SKX is the stock symbol for this manufacturer of sporty shoes - Skechers
  • Colo was the first of these great apes born in captivity, in 1956 at the Columbus Zoo - Gorilla
  • This descriptive nickname of the U.S. flag was coined by Francis Scott Key - the Star-Spangled Banner
  • If Joe DiMaggios hitting streak had gone one more game in 1941, this company would have given him a $10,000 contract - round
  • In 1811 this German family began its steel-making business by constructing a plant in Essen - Krupp
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew gets ready to eat skewered meat.) This Asian favorite, sometimes chicken, sometimes beef, is usually served with a spicy peanut sauce - satay
  • The bestselling passenger car of all time is this companys Corolla - Toyota
  • In area this country whose capital is now called Yangon is the largest in mainland southeast Asia - Myanmar (Burma)
  • Say this state that was admitted to the Union in 1859 - Oregon
  • A 1952 play covered the young life of this queen, like a 1998 Cate Blanchett film - Elizabeth I
  • Contented performing kittens might be paid this way - per purr
  • The largest tree, the General Sherman in California, is this type, also called a Sierra Redwood - a sequoia
  • While one creation slept, God took this to make Eve - Adams rib
  • Estramustine is a chemotherapy agent for this glandular cancer in men - prostate cancer
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a geometric diagram on the monitor.) Half the base times the height gives the area of a triangle; for a cylinder, the area of the base times the height gives this measurement - volume
  • Say the name of this man you see shaking hands with the Premier of China - Ronald Reagan
  • 6/11/2002 - value
  • You dont get 5 guesses at this winglike appendage to the underwater portion of a hull - a fin
  • Well give you $200, not $1,000, for this five letter word meaning stately or majestic - grand
  • 5-letter word for the hard interior of a peach - the stone
  • This car company has been in the news for widespread recalls of its Corollas & other models - Toyota
  • In a Shaw play, Caesar finds her hiding on a Sphinx - Cleopatra
  • He provided the voices of both Beavis & Butthead - Mike Judge
  • Call letters east of the Mississippi generally start with W; in the west, most start with this - K
  • This dog breed seen here is a loyal and protective companion - a German Shepherd
  • Castillo de San Marcos in this Florida city is the oldest masonry fort in the continental U.S. - St. Augustine
  • The time it takes for 50% of the atoms to decay in a radioactive substance is called this - Half-life
  • The perfect waves of New Zealands Piha Beach were the site for the 2010 World Junior Championships of this - surfing
  • This publication that Ben first put out in 1732 often sold 10,000 copies a year - Poor Richards Almanack
  • We want you to be committed to catagorizing your collectibles cohesively - categorizing
  • This bovine took the rap for the disastrous fire of October 8, 1871 - Mrs. OLearys cow
  • Cabinda, an area of this former Portuguese colony, is separated from the rest of it by Zaire - Angola
  • Its the kingdom whose flag is seen here (Union Jack) - Great Britain/England
  • Like peas, whales & seals are in groups called these - pods
  • Under the name Laura Bancroft, he wrote about Twinkle & Chubbins in Nature Fairyland after taking us to Oz - L. Frank Baum
  • If you're a beginner, you might hippity-hop over to this smaller, gentler slope - a bunny hill
  • Shes the single-named Colombian pop star heard here - Shakira
  • Signer of the Dec. of Indep., framer of the Constitution of Mass., second President of the United States - John Adams
  • Seen here is the flag of this nation (the home of Bollywood) - India
  • Somewhere between truth & fiction lies Marcos reality... on Halloween, you wont believe you saw it on this St. - Mulberry Street
  • Defeated at Dunsinane by Malcolm in 1054, he wasnt dethroned until killed by Malcolm in 1057 - Macbeth
  • On the pH scale, a pH of 7 indicates this type of solution - Neutral
  • In 1961 this firm introduced its Selectric typewriter, which used a spherical typing element - IBM
  • This founding prophet of Mormonism was born in Sharon, Vermont in 1805 - Joseph Smith
  • In Book III of \ - value
  • In geologic time one of these, shorter than an eon, is divided into periods & subdivided into epochs - era
  • Cook Islands - New Zealand
  • Elon Musk is now making rockets & electric cars; before that he co-founded & sold this electronic payment system - PayPal
  • The Hutchinson Letters scandal got Ben fired as deputy this in 1774 - postmaster general
  • In Feb. 2005 a reenactment was staged for this 140th anniversary of this forts reoccupation by Union troops - Fort Sumter
  • A flock of these black birds is called a murder - crows
  • September 2010 brought the 45th edition of this comedians telethon - Jerry Lewis
  • Appropriately, New Glasgow is in this Canadian province - Nova Scotia
  • His first act after being sworn in as president of the Confederacy was to send a peace commission to Washington, D.C. - Jefferson Davis
  • This second-largest Alaskan city wasnt named for an actor - Fairbanks
  • If you're vertical but supported by your palms, you're doing one of these - a handstand
  • Ali, who married this mans daughter Fatima, is considered by Shia Muslims to be his true successor - Muhammed
  • A complete donut center - whole hole
  • A student, or a minor in Roman law - Pupil
  • Co-commanders of the 1st U.S. expedition to explore from Mississippi to the west coast - Lewis & Clark
  • At age 15 this future New York Tribune editor was apprenticed to a printer in East Poultney - Horace Greeley
  • Sterling Memorial Library in New Haven, Connecticut houses the archives of this university - Yale
  • Its Boeing manufacturing plant in Everett is the worlds largest building by volume - Washington
  • In 1986 Mexico scored as the first country to host this international sports competition twice - the World Cup
  • Since 1899 these stalwart animals used in transport have served as the mascots of the Army Corps of Cadets - mules
  • A graphic representation of information - a chart
  • A TV cable network, or an explosive for bombs - TNT
  • These parts of a peach tree grow at nodes along the shoots of the previous seasons growth; theyre usually pink - blossoms
  • In February 1904 this country attacked the Russian fleet at Port Arthur - Japan
  • Something youd sprinkle on after a shower, its also the term for soft, dry, freshly fallen snow - powder
  • So as not to confuse it with the mammal, this fish is commonly referred to as mahi-mahi - a dolphinfish
  • Using Scotch whisky turns a Manhattan into this drink - a Rob Roy
  • The lowest river in the world, its revered by Jews, Christians & Muslims alike - The River Jordan
  • Can you hear me? This rock opera by The Who was a big hit at the Kennedy Center in 1994 - Tommy
  • (Jimmy of the Clue Crew puts some lines on the ice in the Olympic Oval rink at Park City, UT.) In 1998, this U.S. skater was 2nd at Nagano; in 2002, she was 3rd here in Utah - Michelle Kwan
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  • This isthmus connects North & South America - Isthmus of Panama
  • This name shared by great & terrible rulers is a Russian variation of John - Ivan
  • It can be a pack of dogs, or a place to board them - a kennel
  • Philadelphia got its start as a colony for this religious group of which William Penn was a member - the Quakers
  • The Pendleton Roundup, an annual rodeo, takes place in Pendleton in this northwestern state - Oregon
  • In 2010 it was revealed that Robert Rizzo made $800,000 a year as the city this of Bell, Calif., population 37,000 - manager
  • Tony Knowles is pulling in $81,648 per annum in this job - Governor
  • This young man put his savings into a small Cleveland refinery in 1862 & eventually had an oil monopoly - John D. Rockefeller
  • No. 8: 30 steals for the Birmingham Barons; 2,306 steals for the Bulls - Michael Jordan
  • In 1783 Franklin asked Congress to recall him from this country; he finally made it home in 1785 - France
  • This white, glossy coating on your teeth is the hardest substance in the human body - Enamel
  • Star designer John Galliano was born Juan Carlos Galliano in this British possession at the tip of Spain - Gibraltar
  • These parts of a peach tree are glossy green, pointed & lance shaped - leaves
  • On Feb. 12, 1959, the 150th anniversary of Lincolns birth, he addressed a joint session of Congress - Carl Sandburg
  • Discovered by David Livingstone, Botswanas Lake Ngami lies in the northern part of this desert - Kalahari Desert
  • In 2004 United launched this new service that features low fares & more seats per plane - Ted
  • Synonym for dignity thats the term for a group of lions - a pride
  • Of the top 5 Canadian cities in population, its the one closest to the Pacific Ocean - Vancouver
  • Say the name of this bug; dont worry, it doesnt breathe fire - the dragonfly
  • This gritty 1961 Tennessee Williams play unfolds in a seedy Mexican hotel - Night of the Iguana
  • In Exodus, this was thrown down before Pharaoh at Moses instruction - Aarons rod (turned into a snake)
  • Warhol went against his Capitalist tendencies with his portrait of this man, seen here - Mao Tse-tung
  • The AAA format, featuring artists like the Cranberries & Tom Petty, stands for adult album this - alternative
  • This province has the longest border, including water, with the United States - Ontario
  • Leda laid 2 eggs: one with Helen & Pollux in it, the other containing Clytemnestra & him - Castor
  • The first controlled nuclear chain reaction - the 1940s
  • This presidents 1972 visit to China inspired an opera that played at the Kennedy Center in 1988 - Richard Nixon
  • As they were partial to using hymns, these brothers, Charles & John, were the first rhythm Methodists - the Wesleys