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   infant is called an   
Eric the Eel
   is a nickname for   
Eric Moussambani
   Palme d'Or winner was   
The Eel (Unagi)
Directed by Shohei Imamura
   means like an   
   is the Japanese food   
Conger Eel
   in Italian is   
He Has an Eye Like a Stinkin' Eel
He Watches Everything
The Shock of an Electric Eel Can Knock a Man Down
The electric eel of South America can generate over 600 volts and can paralyse a horse.
"Even Though the District Attorney Keeps Me Well in Mind, Grace Allows Me Sometimes to Slip Into the Alhambra by Night"
   are the closing lines of   
The Eel in the Cave by Robert Bly
   is the French for   
Robert Bly
The Eel in the Cave
"Our veins are open to shadow, and our fingertips porous to murder"
   is the Japanese food   
Freshwater Grilled Eel With Teriyaki-like Sauce
   in Filipino is   
   is shaped like an   
   in Danish is   
Lucius Crassus
An Eel
The Roman statesman grew very attached to his pet and gave it an elaborate funeral when it died.
Dandruff on Wheels
Scabies or Other Transmissible Flaky Skin Condition
Big Rig
18 Wheeler
Put a Spoke in the Wheel
To Foul up or Sabotage Something
Micro Models, Matchbox, Hot Wheels
   are all   
Brands of Toy Cars
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
   contains the line   
"Toto, I've Got a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore."
   is the location of   
Koreelah National Park
Bob Dylan
   released the album   
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
   has the   
AFC North. Founded in 1933.
Only the Lonely (Know How I Feel)
   was released by   
Roy Orbison
1960 - inducted in 1999; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Beelzebub, Mephistopheles, Asmodeus
   are all   
Names for the Devil
Of course "satan" is perhaps the most popular ... which surprisingly morphs into "santa"
Roy Orbison
   released the single   
Only the Lonely (Know How I Feel)
1960; 2 weeks as U.K.#1; peaked at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999
   is used for   
Measuring Revolutions of a Wheel
The Righteous Brothers
   signature tune is   
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
1964, pop song, US 1 & UK 1
A Person Who Creates Objects from Iron or Steel
By "forging" the metal
   is the French for   
Citrus Peel
With white pith removed
Engine Running, No One Behind the Wheel
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
   was released by   
Aretha Franklin
1967 - inducted in 1999
Oh Let Me See Your Beauty when the Witnesses Are Gone
Let Me Feel You Moving Like They Do in Babylon
Dance Me To The End Of Love -- Leonard Cohen
_____th Street Bridge Song (Feeling Groovy)
   contains the number   
Simon and Garfunkel
Fairy Liquid
   used the slogan   
"Hands That Do Dishes Can Feel Soft As Your Face, With Mild Green..."
P & G dishwashing liquid first went on sale in the UK in 1960
Feel Like ___ Love
   contains the word   
Bad Company
Porky's Snooze Reel (1941)
Porky Pig
Isadora Duncan
   died from   
Strangulation from Her Scarf Getting Caught in a Car Wheel
A dancer, she died of accidental strangulation and a broken neck when one of the long scarves she was known for caught on the wheel of a car in which she was a passenger.
A Freeloader
   is missing from the title of   
Car ___ on a Gravel Road
Lucinda Williams (1998)
Aretha Franklin
   released the single   
(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman
1967; Inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999
   is divination by   
Believing That Flowers Have Feelings
Lumberjack Song
   contains the line   
I Wear High Heels, Suspenders & a Bra.
“I chop down trees, I wear high heels, Suspenders and a bra. I wish I'd been a girlie Just like my dear Mama.”
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
   was released by   
The Righteous Brothers
1964 - inducted in 1998
Ferris Wheels, Pendulums, Springs
   are all   
Objects Exhibiting Simple Harmonic Motion
The Lemonheads
   released the album   
Come On Feel The Lemonheads (1993)
Geriatrics Using Walkers and Wheelchairs
Feeling Rapture or Delight
   can be killed by   
Shooting an Arrow to the Heel
The death of Achilles was not mentioned in Homer's Iliad, but appeared in later Greek & Roman poetry & drama concerning events after the Iliad, later in the Trojan War. Achilles was said to have died from a heel wound as the result of an arrow - possibly poisoned - by Paris. According to a myth arising later, his mother, Thetis, had dipped the infant Achilles in the river Styx, holding onto him by his heel, and he became invulnerable where the waters touched him, that is, everywhere but the areas covered by her thumb and forefinger.

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