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Houses of the Holy
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The Song Remains the Same
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The Rain Song
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Over the Hills and Far Away
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The Crunge
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Dancing Days
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D'yer Maker
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No Quarter
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The Ocean
Physical Graffiti
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Houses of the Holy
A 'slurb'
   means   
A Suburb of Wearisomely Uniform and Usually Poorly Constructed Houses
Led Zeppelin
   released the album   
Houses of the Holy (1973)
Domatophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Houses
Both Your Houses
   was written by   
Maxwell Anderson
1933
Belgium
   is the site of   
Major Town Houses of the Architect Victor Horta
Brussels
Burnt Houses
   is found in   
Durham, U.K.
Maxwell Anderson
   wrote   
Both Your Houses
1933, Pulitzer Prize
Antan
   is the elvish word for   
Man of the Three Houses
Cages
   is hobo slang for   
The Cubicle Rooms in the Cheap Lodging Houses
Crum Boss
   is hobo slang for   
Man Who Builds Fires in the Bunk Houses
Rachel Field
   wrote   
Houses
"I like old houses best, don't you? They never go cluttering up a view With roofs too red and paint too new …"
Houses
   is missing from the title of   
___ of the Holy
Led Zeppelin (1973)
_____ Houses
   has the missing colour   
Pink
John Mellencamp
Margaret Chase Smith
   was   
The First Woman to Serve in Both Houses of US Congress
1948
Kay Boyle
   wrote   
The White Houses of Vienna
1935; Harper's Magazine
John Cougar Mellencamp
   released the single   
Pink Houses
1983; peaked at #8; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; during the artists name change period; released on the "Uh-Huh" album
Glass Houses
   was written by   
Louise Penny
2017.
Silas Marner
   begins   
In the Days when the Spinning-wheels Hummed Busily in the Farmhouses...
In the days when the spinning-wheels hummed busily in the farmhouses - and even great ladies, clothed in silk and thread-lace, had their toy spinning-wheels of polished oak - there might be seen in districts far away among the lanes, or deep in the bosom of the hills, certain pallid undersized men, who, by the side of the brawny country-folk, looked like the remnants of a disinherited race. - George Eliot
Plantagenet, Lancaster, Stuart, Windsor
   are all   
Royal Families/Houses of England
Pharology
   is the study of   
Lighthouses






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