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In a 1979 film Meryl Streep seduces fallen politician Alan Alda in The Seduction of this man.
Mentioned in Acts 1:19, this is the name of the field (Field of Blood in Aramaic) bought by Judas with thirty pieces of silver.
see also corresponding 'Aramaic Field Of Blood' Sudoku puzzle
The 1968 Nobel Prize in Medicine was for interpretation of this code and its function in protein synthesis.
The Dutch named this island in the Indian Ocean for Prince Maurice of Nassau.
see also corresponding 'Prince Maurice Island' Sudoku puzzle
This is the Maori name for New Zealand.
Mount Everest is in this country.
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To make a pink daiquiri, substitute this red pomegranate-flavoured syrup for the sugar syrup.
This is the third astrological sign in the zodiac.
see also corresponding 'Third Astrological Sign' Sudoku puzzle
Jonquils and daffodils belong to a group named for this mythological youth who loved his own reflection.
The name of this area of the Pacific is from the Greek for many islands.
see also corresponding 'Many Pacific Islands' Sudoku puzzle
First mentioned in Genesis, it's the only surgical procedure clearly described in the Bible.
August Jaeger was Edward Elgar's publisher and friend, and Nimrod of the _______ Variations.
see also corresponding 'Elgar Variations' Sudoku puzzle
By 1018 Emperor Basil the Bulgar-Slayer had put the Balkan Peninsula under this empire's control.
Lava and igneous rocks form from this molten rock.
see also corresponding 'Igneous Rock Lava' Sudoku puzzle
From 1512 to 1546, this leader of the Reformation taught theology at Wittenberg University.
This South Dakota capitol city saved money by using columns made of scagliola instead of marble.
see also corresponding 'Scagliola Marble' Sudoku puzzle
Pasca, a Native American word for bread, gave this Gulf Coast city its name.
Recent excavations on the site of this 1607 Virginia colony have discovered the buildings and walls of its fort.
see also corresponding 'Virginia Colony Excavation' Sudoku puzzle
The Transylvania Co. hired Daniel Boone to blaze a trail through this gap to establish Kentucky as a 14th colony.
After defeating Pharnaces II at Zela, Julius Caesar dispatched this 3-part message to the Roman Senate.
Eggplant also goes by this French name.
see also corresponding 'French Eggplant' Sudoku puzzle
In Mexico, this beloved American musical is sometimes known as La Novicia Rebelde.
This British ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat on Friday, 7 May 1915.
see also corresponding 'Torpedoed British Ship' Sudoku puzzle
Among the 6 children of this colonist were Freeborn, Mary, Mercy and Providence.
These aquatic mollusks graze on algae.
see also corresponding 'Aquatic Mollusks' Sudoku puzzle
From the Greek meaning of its name, Philadelphia is nicknamed The City of ________ ____.
In Roman times, she was the public priestess of the Concordia Augusta in Pompeii, the cult of the deified Augustus, associated with his wife Livia.
see also corresponding 'Concordia Augusta Priestess' Sudoku puzzle
In 1927 the Baldwin Piano Co. sponsored this Hungarian composer's first visit to the U.S.
According to Escoffier, these lingual organs of sheep make an excellent luncheon entree.
see also corresponding 'Sheep Linguals' Sudoku puzzle
The death of Denise Darvall in a traffic accident permitted this historic December 3, 1967 event.
The extraction of Tyrian purple dye from this carnivorous sea snail was described in detail by Pliny the Elder in his Natural History.
see also corresponding 'Tyrian Purple Dye Snail' Sudoku puzzle
Henry Morton Stanley's most famous discovery was this missing explorer in 1871.
Phoenician myth tells the tale of this beautiful sea nymph and the god Melqart, who south to win her heart.
see also corresponding 'Melqart God' Sudoku puzzle
A male heir apparent to a throne commonly uses this 2-word title.
John Tukey coined this compound word in 1958 saying it was as important as tubes, transistors, wires, tapes.
see also corresponding 'Tukey Term' Sudoku puzzle
A new play based on this Sir Arthur Conan Doyle canine classic opened on the London stage in 2007.
This city served as Australia's capital from 1901 to 1927.
see also corresponding 'PastAustraliaCapital' Sudoku puzzle
Cat Cora's chicken version of this dish named for a Russian count has shallots, sour cream and tarragon.
Early sailing ships were often stranded for many weeks in this region of calm winds on the Equator.
see also corresponding 'Equator Region' Sudoku puzzle
The myocardium, or heart muscle, is covered by this thin sac.
In 1798 the U.S. Congress passed this collection of bills to control domestic dissent and conspiracy against the federal government.
This Shakespeare character who loved Cressida was a prince of Troy.
see also corresponding 'Troy Prince Loved Cressida' Sudoku puzzle
Mark's gospel says this woman whom Jesus cured of seven demons was the first to see him resurrected.
From the Greek for flat cake, this uterine wall organ connects to the fetus via the umbilical cord.
see also corresponding 'Flat Cake Organ' Sudoku puzzle
The Harpers Ferry National Historical Park includes a museum named for this Civil War figure.
From the Latin for in good faith, this term is used to indicate authenticity.
see also corresponding 'Latin Good Faith' Sudoku puzzle
At his 1994 inaugural, he called for a rainbow nation at peace with itself and the world.
Oscar Wilde wrote, Experience is the name everyone gives to these.
In 1924 Louis Victor de Broglie described the wave-like properties of this basic particle of an atom.
see also corresponding 'Broglie Atom Properties' Sudoku puzzle
St. Helen's Bishopsgate is one of the few churches that survived this 1666 event.
According to Flavius Josephus, this is the location of the imprisonment and execution of John the Baptist.
see also corresponding 'John The Baptist Imprisonment' Sudoku puzzle
The name of these seeds probably goes all the way back to samassammu, Akkadian for oil plant.
To honour a Cherokee leader who died in 1843, a European botanist proposed this name for a tree.
see also corresponding 'Cherokee Named Tree' Sudoku puzzle
The U.S. Department of Labor code for this odd job is 139.087-010.
After mistakenly killing this man, Hamlet describes himself as cruel only to be kind.
see also corresponding 'Hamlet Cruel' Sudoku puzzle
Chapters in this 1953 thriller novel include Dossier for M, Pink Lights and Champagne, and The Game is Baccarat.
Balls of naphthalene are protection against these insects.
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Because of his style of painting females, this master's name gave us an adjective for plump women.
The jonquil is a species of this flower, and its name is often wrongly applied to all yellow species of the flower.
see also corresponding 'Jonquil Flower Species' Sudoku puzzle
Doctors use this word, from the Latin for convenient, for infections striking a weak immune system.
At this Mount in Israel, Abraham almost sacrificed his son Isaac; King David built the First Temple; and God gathered dust to create Adam.
see also corresponding 'First Temple Site' Sudoku puzzle
A U.S. brigadier general wears one star; this is the next grade up with two stars.
This Japanese automaker introduced the popular MX-5 Miata.
see also corresponding 'MX-5 Miata' Sudoku puzzle
This was the only U.S. state in the 1790 census to claim a slave population of zero.
Columnist Herb Caen coined this word in 1958.
see also corresponding 'Herb Caen Coined Word' Sudoku puzzle
Tim Tebow won the Heisman Trophy in 2007 while attending this school.
The name of this bone is Latin for thigh.
see also corresponding 'Thigh Bone' Sudoku puzzle
This Scotsman known for his brave heart defeated an English army near Stirling Castle in 1297.
From 1909 to 1958, ears of wheat appeared on the back of this U.S. coin.
see also corresponding 'Wheat Ears Coin' Sudoku puzzle
Into the 20th Century it was thought the universe was one big galaxy - this one.
In the 1970s Hans Dehmelt took a colour photo of Astrid, a single charged ion of this periodic element.
see also corresponding 'Dehmelt Astrid Photo' Sudoku puzzle
In 1916 General John Pershing was sent to capture this Mexican rebel.
Hebrew for act of sitting, this Jewish institution focuses on the study of traditional religious texts, primarily the Talmud and the Torah.
see also corresponding 'Jewish Sitting Act Study' Sudoku puzzle
She canceled her June 1991 wedding to Kiefer Sutherland and flew to Europe.
The Oyster Perpetual is a legendary watch from this upscale brand.
see also corresponding 'Oyste rPerpetual Watch' Sudoku puzzle
This is the more common name for renal calculi, which vary from the size of a grain of sand to a golf ball.
The University of Catania is on this island.
see also corresponding 'University Of Catania Island' Sudoku puzzle
On July 28, 1933 Western Union operator Lucille Lipps delivered the first one of these to Rudy Vallee on his birthday.
Punjab means land of 5 rivers, and all five of the rivers eventually flow into this one.
see also corresponding 'Punjab Rivers' Sudoku puzzle
Simply roasted and ground, it has almost 50 percent more caffeine than instant types.
This was the first nonprecious metal man made into tools and decorative items.
see also corresponding 'First Decorative Nonprecious Metal' Sudoku puzzle
Snack-sized sticks of mozzarella are sold under this name because they can be pulled apart into strands.
Lake Marathon, an artificial lake, served as this European capital's main water supply from 1931 until 1959.
see also corresponding 'Lake Marathon Water Supply' Sudoku puzzle
In 1940, FDR beat him to win his third term.
This small fish of the genus hippocampus has no stomach and must eat almost constantly to stay alive.
see also corresponding 'Hippocampus Genus Fish' Sudoku puzzle
In 2003, Roy E. Disney left it after being on it since 1967.
There is a branch of the University of Nebraska at this city on the Platte River.
see also corresponding 'Nebraska On Platte' Sudoku puzzle
This Pasadena, California lab has been helping design U.S. spacecraft since Explorer 1 in 1958.
The oscillating type of this irrigation device sprays back and forth in a rectangular pattern.
see also corresponding 'Oscillating Irrigation Device' Sudoku puzzle
The Torah ends with this book.
Three strikes bowled consecutively is known as this.
see also corresponding 'Three Consecutive Bowling Strikes' Sudoku puzzle
Operas based on this author's works include Il Talismano, Il Templario, and La Prigione d'Edimburgo.
She was raised from the dead by Saint Peter in Joppa, Israel.
see also corresponding 'Joppa Rising' Sudoku puzzle
Daniel Webster represented this vulcanization inventor in a patent infringement trial.
Stravinsky's ballet Orpheus opens at the grave of this woman, Orpheus' wife.
see also corresponding 'Orpheus Wife' Sudoku puzzle
In a 1996 novel Jane Mendelsohn adopts the voice of this female aviator, lost on a desert island.
The orange blossom is this U.S. State flower.
see also corresponding 'US State Flower' Sudoku puzzle
Carthage was a colony of these ancient seafarers.
Of the world's ten largest islands, three belong all or in part to Indonesia: New Guinea, Sumatra, and this one.
see also corresponding 'Indonesia Island' Sudoku puzzle
The 3,107-carat Cullinan Diamond, the largest gem diamond ever known, was presented to this British king in 1907.
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