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The Animal (2001)
   has the tagline   
He Wasn't Much of a Man... Now He's Not Much of an Animal.
Jurassic Park (1993)
   has the tagline   
An Adventure 65 Million Years in the Making.
Directed by Steven Spielberg
Encore
   means   
An Additional Performance Requested by an Audience
Ion
   is   
An Atom That Has Lost or Gained Electrons
First conceived by Michael Faraday.
Ugh
   is   
An Expression of Disgust
An exclamatory remark.
A 'ringtone'
   means   
The Sound Made by a Cell Phone to Signal an Incoming Call
Open Adoption
   is defined as   
An Adoption in Which There is Contact Between the Parties to the Adoption
Opening Statement
   is defined as   
A Statement Made by an Attorney at the Beginning of a Trial
Made before evidence is introduced. Can also be made by a self-represented party
Bloke
   means   
An Aussie Male
"That bloke’s up to no good"
Pull the Pin
   means   
Stop an Activity or Withdraw Support
"The boss pulled the pin on that idea"
There Never Was an Old Slipper but
      
There Was an Old Stocking to Match It
An Old Broom Knows
      
The Dirty Corners Best
He'd Offer You an Egg if
      
You Promised Not to Break the Shell
A Bird Does Not Sing Because It Has an Answer
      
It Sings Because It Has a Song
Fossil
   means   
Remnants of an Organism Embedded Geologically
Bio Leaves observed in rock faces are fossils
Anodize
   means   
To Coat Metal With an Oxide Film
Performed through electrolysis. Enhances durability
She's the Spit of Her Mother
   means   
A Daughter Who Behaves in an Identical Way to Her Mother
Wang Laboratories
   was named after   
An Wang
China
   is the site of   
Temple of Heaven: an Imperial Sacrificial Altar in Beijing
Lazy Man's Load
   means   
An Unmanageably Large Load Carried to Avoid More Than One Trip.
Tweety
   is   
An Old Lady's Pet Bird
"I tawt I taw a puttytat"
Infanticide
   is the killing of   
An Infant
Hoax
   is   
An Act Intended to Decieve
Snag
   is   
Catch or Hook on an Obstruction
Also that rare species the Sensitive New Age Guy.
Hype
   is   
Extreme Promotion of an Idea, Person or Product
The Exorcist (1973)
   contains the line   
"What an Excellent Day for an Exorcism."
Varmint
   means   
An Animal Considered a Pest
Axinomancy
   is divination by   
Using an Axe or Hatchet
Tsunami
   means   
A Large Destructive Wave Caused by Sea-floor Movements in an Earthquake
Electromagnetic Waves
   means   
Waves With Both an Electric and Magnetic Component
They are: radio, micro, infra-red, visible light, ultraviolet, X and gamma rays.
Half-life
   means   
The Time Taken for the Level of Radioactivity in an Element to Halve
Neutralization
   means   
A Reaction in Which the Characteristics of an Acid or Base Disappear
Blowup
   is described as   
An Enlargement.
Densitometer
   is described as   
An Instrument Used for Measuring the Optical Density of an Area in a Negative or Print.
F-Number
   is described as   
A Number That Indicates the Size of the Lens Opening on an Adjustable Camera.
The common f-numbers are f/1.4, f/2, f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16, and f/22. The larger the f-number, the smaller the lens opening. In this series. Also called f-stops, they work in conjunction with shutter speeds to indicate exposure settings.
Negative Holder
   is described as   
A Device Designed to Position a Negative in an Enlarger.
An Apothecary
   was   
A Pharmacist
An Elephant's Teeth Dealer
   was   
An Ivory Dealer
Invisible Man
   begins   
I Am an Invisible Man
Ralph Ellison, 1952
Brain
   means   
An Intellectual
Bucket of Bolts
   means   
An Old Car
Easy Mark
   means   
An Easily Victimized Person
Sucker
   means   
An Easily Victimized Person
Come-On
   means   
An Enticement
Cushy
   means   
An Easy Job
Fair Shake
   means   
An Equal Opportunity
Fix
   means   
An Injection of Narcotics
Pot Shot
   means   
An Easy Shot
Strike Zone
   is   
An Area Directly Over Home Plate
An American Werewolf in _____
   is missing   
London
1981.






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