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Morality tales attributed to an ancient Greek writer
Thirteen, or one more than a dozen
Talking animal in the Old Testament
Derisive term used to describe a short work day
A star in the constellation Ophiuchus discovered by E.E. Barnard in 1916
Refers to something good or great.
His last symphony, the "Choral"
One act opera by Bela Bartok
Famous hotel and casino in Las Vegas
A light in the middle of the road
Slang phrase originating in the early 19th century denoting pleasure or wonder
Popularized in the 1920's; used to describe someone or something that is cool, hip, or special.
Three obelisks (London, N.Y. and Paris) handed out by Egypt
Lookout point high on the main mast of a ship
Battle of the Little Big Horn in which General George Custer was killed
Part of the Divine Comedy
Colloquial phrase designating the ocean bottom
1997 film starring Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt.
A natural rock formation in Wyoming. Featured in the movie 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'.
Instructions from a physician, ignored to one's peril
Term used by those who think their lives are rougher than need be
A useless expenditure of energy and/or resources
1970 novel made into a 1981 film
Thirteen loops in the knot of a hangman's noose
Phrase originating in 14th-15th century England implying no choice at all
A ladder dreamed by Jacob in the Old Testament
Masonic youth organization for girls aged 10 to 20
Novel by H. Rider Haggard
Indicating a large amount of money
A story of doom circulating contemporaneously with the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922
1928 novel by D. H. Lawrence
Refers to a legendary lost mine in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona
Traditional name given to areas where lovers go to enjoy each others' charms
Term originated by dog lovers for dogs. Cat people would disagree
Mozart's last composition
Blamed, probably incorrectly for the Chicago fire
Charitable company founded by late actor Paul Newman, makers of salad dressings and other foods
In Greek mythology, a box opened by Pandora unleashing all the evils of humanity
Historic horseback ride and poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Name given to burial sites of people unable to afford paying for a final resting place
Disasterous charge led by Confederate general George Pickett in the American Civil War
A 'pig's ear'is a mess. As in 'you're making a right pig's ear of that'.
From the term 'in a pig's eye' used to disagree with the likelihood of something occurring
Mountain in Colorado named for Zebulon Pike
Observed when someone bending lets their pants ride down, as in working plumbers. Also known as 'builders' crack'.
A building in Vatican City
8th Symphony left unfinished at the time of Schubert's death
Derisive name given to Alaska after U.S. Secretary of State Seward officiated its purchase in 1867
A plant thought by some to lessen depression
Disorder of the nervous system
An infection common to swimmers
Regular sketch from the 'Saturday night Live' tv show that later evolved into a movie
Tongue-in-cheek phrase indicating a woman's right to change her mind
Pain experienced in the hand after prolonged use of a writing instrument
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