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Meno
   means   
Less
Parapsychology
   is the study of   
Paranormal Phenomenon
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
The Blue Room
Rainbow
   is   
Optical Phenomenon when Light is Refracted and Reflected by Moisture in the Air
Mamaceqtaw
   is the original tribal name of the   
Menominee
Mamaceqtaw means 'the people'. Menominee is derived from manomin - an Algonkian word for wild rice-because it is a major food source for the tribe.
Spider Lily
   has the Latin name   
Hymenocallis
Gian Carlo Menotti
   composed   
Amahl and the Night Visitors
Now a Christmas classic, it was first broadcast from NBC studios in New York on Christmas Eve, 1951.
Demis Roussos
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
The Roussos Phenomenon EP
July 11 1976 for 1 week
Las Penas Con Pan Son Menos
   is translated as   
All Griefs With Bread Are Less
Menospreciar
   is translated as   
To Look Down
University of Wisconsin Stout
   is situated in   
Menomonie
United States
Georges Simenon
   was an   
Author
French creator of Inspector Maigret (1903-1989)
Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood & Nikolay Nikolaevich Semenov
   won for   
The Mechanism of Chemical Reactions
1956
Whitebanded Crab Spider
   has the Latin name   
Misumenoides Formosipes
Araneidae Family
Gian Carlo Menotti
   composed the opera   
Amahl and the Night Visitors
First opera composed for television, 1951
Gian Carlo Menotti
   was a   
Musician
Composed Amahl and the Night Visitors; founder, the Spoleto Felstivals on two continents.
Jon Turteltaub
   directed   
Phenomenon (1996)
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
Tropic Moon
1933; creator of detective Maigret
Phenomenon (1996)
   starred   
John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker and Robert Duvall
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Inspector Maigret
   was created by   
Georges Simenon
Amelia Goes to the Ball, The Telephone, Amahl and the Night Visitors
   are all   
Operas by Menotti
Gian Carlo Menotti
   composed   
The Medium
(1946) Menotti directed a film version in 1951.
Menomena
   released the album   
Friend and Foe (2007)
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
Maigret's Special Murder
Siphonoptera, Orthoptera, Hymenoptera, Diptera
   are all   
Insect Orders
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
Monsieur Monde Vanishes
1945
Patroclus
   is described as   
The Son of Menoetius and Beloved Companion to Achilles
Gian Carlo Menotti
   composed   
Landscapes and Remembrances
Cantata for four vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra, 1975
Gian Carlo Menotti
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
The Consul
Opera; 1950
Mas ó Menos
   is translated as   
More or Less
Semenovsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Bees, Wasps, and Ants
   belong to the order   
Hymenoptera
Menominee
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
39 native speakers out of population of 3500 in 1977
Kosmikophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Cosmic Phenomenon
Stomach
   is translated as   
Stomako, Abdomeno
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
The Man Who Watched Trains Go By
1938
Entre Dos Males, Escoge El Menor
   means   
Choose the Lesser of Two Evils
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
My Friend Maigret
1949
Pierre Teihard De Chardin
   wrote   
The Phenomenon of Man
1955
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
The Crime at Lock 14
1931; nearly 200 novels
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
The Stain on the Snow
1948
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
My Friend Maigret
1949
Simenon
   first name is   
Georges
Author of crime novels
Donde Más Hondo El Río, Hace Menos Ruido
   means   
Still Water Runs Deep
Gian Carlo Menotti
   was a   
Composer
Amahl and the Night Visitors; founder, the Spoleto Felstivals on two continents
Algo Es Algo; Menos Es Nada
   means   
Half a Loaf is Better Than Nothing
Less
   in Portuguese is   
Menos
Volumenometer
   is used for   
Measuring Volume of a Solid
Gian Carlo Menotti
   is a   
Composer
1984






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