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ALSO ON YOUR COMPUTER KEYS 2011-02-19 09:15:16 1 1297814400.0 It's a poor workman who blames these $2000 tools 6088 None
"CHURCH" & "STATE" 2011-02-19 09:15:19 1 1297728000.0 It's New Zealand's second-largest city $2000 Christchurch 6087 None
ALTERNATE MEANINGS 2011-02-19 09:15:22 0 1297641600.0 A thief, or the bent part of an arm $1000 a crook 6086 None
ON YOUR SLEEVE 2011-02-19 09:15:26 1 1297382400.0 Within a circuit, it's calculated by the amount of current flow of 1 coulomb per second past a given point DD: $2,000 the amperage 6085 None
"BR-R" 2011-02-19 09:15:31 1 1297296000.0 It's the number represented by 1010100& not a giant set of movie theaters $2000 googolplex 6084 None
NONCE WORDS 2011-02-19 09:15:35 1 1297209600.0 This New Jersey town across from Manhattan is the western portal to the Lincoln tunnel $2000 Weehawken 6083 None
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER 2011-02-19 09:15:39 1 1297123200.0 Phil Knight (of Nike fame), Bill Bowerman (of Nike fame), Steve Prefontaine (of Nike fame) $2000 Oregon 6082 None
4-LETTER "S" WORDS 2011-02-19 09:15:44 1 1297036800.0 Covering half of the island of Hawaii, it's the largest volcano on Earth $2000 Mauna Loa 6081 None
"FORE"! 2011-02-19 09:15:49 1 1296777600.0 Yom Kippur seemed to last forever; it was a slow... $2000 fast 6080 None
4-SYLLABLE WORDS 2011-02-19 09:15:53 1 1296691200.0 Spencer Johnson of "Who Moved My Cheese?" fame wrote a book about life's ups & downs titled these opposites $2000 Peaks and Valleys 6079 None
3-LETTER WORDS 2011-02-19 09:15:58 1 1296604800.0 Older baling equipment would malfunction & tangle, a possible origin of this word for crazy or disordered DD: $2,000 haywire 6078 None
SOMETHING "MORE" 2011-02-19 09:16:03 1 1296518400.0 Canine proverb implying that one's feeling for a person includes caring about those close to him $2000 love me, love my dog 6077 None
VOCABULARY 2011-02-19 09:16:07 1 1296432000.0 For the common man or not, it's a loud, musical flourish of trumpets DD: $2,000 a fanfare 6076 None
WORDS REJECTED BY THEOED 2011-02-19 09:16:11 1 1296172800.0 This is the Hindi word for a loin band; you'll see them if you go to a black-tie event $2000 cummerbund 6075 None
IN GOD WE TRUST 2011-02-19 09:16:15 1 1296086400.0 This blue-gray & white-bellied shark can weigh 1,000 pounds $2000 the mako 6074 None
"ACTION"! 2011-02-19 09:16:19 1 1296000000.0 Thislarge flightless ratite is found on New Guinea & nearby islands $2000 the cassowary 6073 None
GAMES 2011-02-19 09:16:25 1 1295913600.0 Teens who frequent shopping centers are called these, the title of a Kevin Smith film $2000 mall rats 6072 None
"RIO" GRAND 2011-02-19 09:16:29 1 1295827200.0 Salvation from sin, or the return of an investor's principal $2000 redemption 6071 None
ALL THINGS CONSIDERED 2011-02-19 09:16:34 1 1295568000.0 Nikos Kazantzakis wrote "The Greek Passion" & the tale of him, "The Greek" $800 Zorba 6070 None
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:48 None 1296691200.0 He's worth every penny as Alfred Pennyworth in "The Dark Knight" $200 Michael Caine 6079 6079"M. C." 5$200
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:50 None 1296691200.0 A deep ravine that's often dry in the summer, it shares its name with a "grand" dam in Washington state $400 a coulee 6079 6079"M. C." 5$400
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:49 None 1296691200.0 This child star got his first on-screen kiss in "My Girl" $600 Macaulay Culkin 6079 6079"M. C." 5$600
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:50 None 1296691200.0 This layer of rock between the earth's core & crust makes up about 85 percent of the planet's mass $800 the mantle 6079 6079"M. C." 5$800
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:50 None 1296691200.0 The film "Gigi" gave him his signature song "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" $1000 Maurice Chevalier 6079 6079"M. C." 5$1000
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:50 None 1296691200.0 From the Greek for "without shape", this term refers to rocks & minerals that have no crystalline structure $1200 amorphous (or amorphic) 6079 6079"M. C." 5$1200
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:51 None 1296691200.0 Lamina is a layer in this type of rock that is less than 1 cm. in thickness & is visually separable from other layers $1600 sedimentary 6079 6079"M. C." 5$1600
"M. C." 5 2011-02-27 19:16:51 None 1296691200.0 "Bovine" term for a crescent-shaped lake formed in an abandoned river bend $2000 an ox-bow 6079 6079"M. C." 5$2000
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:00 None 1296518400.0 This New York governor was the man & "DeWitt" behind the Erie Canal $200 Clinton 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$200
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:00 None 1296518400.0 In November 2009 science news, a NASA probe found water here, & not a little bit, either $400 the Moon 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$400
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:00 None 1296518400.0 Part of the plan: To put the canal's western end at this city on Lake Erie $600 Buffalo 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$600
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:00 None 1296518400.0 (Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates.) The flame appears to be underwater, but actually the water is cooling the candle's outer layer, preventing the wax from burning, because it can't do this, from the Latin for "to disperse to vapor" $800 evaporate 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$800
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:00 None 1296518400.0 More of the plan:Hire Canvass White, who invented a type of this that hardened into a concrete-like stuff underwater $1000 cement 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$1000
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:01 None 1296518400.0 About 65% of iron in humans is in the form of this, which transports molecular oxygen from the lungs through the body $1200 hemoglobin 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$1200
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:01 None 1296518400.0 (Kelly of the Clue Crew demonstrates.) The keys weigh much more than the paper clips and fall to the ground, but a pencil acts as this support, pulling the clips sideways, where gravity and friction stop the keys' descent DD: $2,000 a fulcrum 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIEDD: $2,000
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE 2011-02-19 09:41:01 None 1296518400.0 It's the largest number in the Fibonacci sequence that's also a day in a month $2000 21 6077 6077A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL...ERIE$2000
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:47 None 1288051200.0 Fewer babies were crying after 1849, when Walter Hunt invented this pin for diapers $200 a safety pin 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$200
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:47 None 1288051200.0 Joseph Niepce created the first permanent one of these images in 1826 $400 a photograph 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$400
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:47 None 1288051200.0 Thimonnier, like Singer, built a type of this machine, but his was destroyed by rioting tailors $600 a sewing machine 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$600
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:48 None 1288051200.0 The capital of this country is on the Vilnia River $800 Lithuania 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$800
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:47 None 1288051200.0 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew pushes anenclosed plunger) Pushing a plunger, compresses the air inside the cylinder creating enough heat to ignite a piece of paper; the same principle is used in a type of engine invented by this man $1000 (Rudolf) Diesel 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$1000
19TH CENTURY INVENTIONS 2011-02-20 10:06:48 None 1288051200.0 In 1997 Ferrari bought this other fast car maker founded in Bologna in 1914 $1200 Maserati 6007 600719TH CENTURY INVENTIONS$1200
FIRST LADIES' MAIDEN NAMES 2011-02-20 10:00:23 None 1297987200.0 In September 1980 war broke out between these 2 countries & would last for 8 years DD: $1,200 Iraq & Iran 6090 6090FIRST LADIES' MAIDEN NAMESDD: $1,200
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:15 None 1246406400.0 "America! America! God shed his Grace on thee/ And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to" this $200 shining sea 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$200
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Big problems in the Little League:"Bad _____ Bears" $200 News 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$200
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 A strand of thread for knitting, or a long tale of adventure $200 a yarn 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$200
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Carlos Gardel, "the Songbird of Buenos Aires", became a cultural icon singing the music of this dance $200 tango 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$200
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 An illegal device for making moonshine $200 a still 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$200
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 It has an average surface temperature of 5,600 kelvin $200 the Sun 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$200
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 New senator Mark Begich of this state replaced Ted Stevens $400 Alaska 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$400
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 In 1972 the ironically named Frank Shorter was the Olympic champion of this long running event $400 the marathon 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$400
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 ZZ is the snooze of a symbol for this Posturepedic mattress company $400 Sealy 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$400
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 This 1951 J.D. Salinger work $400 The Catcher in the Rye 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$400
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 It can be any refuge, or a small, fertile green region in the desert $400 an oasis 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$400
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 This roamin' Roman conquered Brittany in 56 B.C. $400 Julius Caesar 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$400
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 "O beautiful for patriot dream, that sees beyond the years/ Thine alabaster cities gleam, undimmed by human" these $600 tears 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$600
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Catch that train:"3:10 to _____" $600 Yuma 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$600
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 A young hoodlum, or something used to light fireworks $600 a punk 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$600
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 The 1990 album "Unison" marked the English language debut of this chanteuse from Quebec DD: $2,400 Céline Dion 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSICDD: $2,400
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 A sudden wave of high emotion or excitement $600 a thrill 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$600
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Changes in the frequency of these insects' chirps can be related to changes in temperature $600 a cricket 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$600
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 This state's former governor Mark Warner donned his senatorial cap in 2009 $800 Virginia 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$800
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a sumo training stable in Tokyo, Japan.) Sumo wrestlers scatter this compound to purify the ring prior to each match $800 salt 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$800
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 BID is the winning symbol for this auction house that held its first one in 1744 $800 Sotheby\'s 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$800
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Laura Ingalls Wilder's 1935 book $800 Little House on the Prairie 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$800
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 This type of down comes from the duck of the same name $800 eider 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$800
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Brittany got its name because it was a refuge for Celts fleeing Anglo-Saxon persecution on this nearby island $800 Great Britain 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$800
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 "America! America! May God thy gold refine/ till all success be nobleness, and every gain" this godly word $1000 divine 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$1000
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 The remake had Ben Stiller:"The _____ Kid" $1000 Heartbreak 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$1000
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Mr. Baggins of "The Hobbit", or an archaic term for a finely tempered sword $1000 Bilbo 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$1000
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 The Armenian duduk is one of the instruments on this uni-named Greek musician's "Ethnicity" album $1000 Yanni 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$1000
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 A soldier's lodging place $1000 a billet 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$1000
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 From the Latin for "burn up", it's the process of rapid oxygenation & temperature rise associated with burning $1000 combustion 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$1000
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 One of the two states that got new senators with the last name Udall in 2009 DD: $2,000 New Mexico (or Colorado) 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFULDD: $2,000
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Al Oerter set an Olympic record in winning this throwing event in 1956... & again in 1960... & 1964... & 1968, too $1200 the discus 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$1200
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 CAKE is the delicious symbol for this restaurant chain, but there's a 45-minute wait to buy a share $1200 Cheesecake Factory 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$1200
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Anthony Burgess' 1962 tale of juvenile delinquency $1200 A Clockwork Orange 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$1200
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Michael Faraday introduced this term for an electrically charged atom $1200 an ion 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$1200
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Dukes of the Montfort family struggled to keep Brittany neutral during this lengthy English-French war $1200 the Hundred Years\' War 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$1200
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 In New England Jeanne Shaheen defeated John Sununu to become this state's first female senator $1600 New Hampshire 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$1600
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Born in Siberia on April 19, 1987, she signed with IMG models in 2003 & won Wimbledon in 2004 $1600 Maria Sharapova 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$1600
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 PZZA is the symbol that made a lot of dough for John Schnatter & this company $1600 Papa John\'s Pizza 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$1600
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Giovanni Boccaccio's 1353 collection of tales $1600 The Decameron 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$1600
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 A trapeze artist DD: $2,000 an aerialist 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"DD: $2,000
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 In the 9th century Nomenoë, Brittany's national hero, drove out this "Bald" Frankish king's forces $1600 Charles 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$1600
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 This Southern state got a new senator, Kay Hagan, & a new governor, Beverly Perdue $2000 North Carolina 5728 5728AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL$2000
MOVIE REMAKES 2011-03-09 08:15:16 None 1246406400.0 Berik Kupeshov, Assan Bazayev & a guy named Lance are on the Astana cycling team, named for this country's capital $2000 Kazakhstan 5728 5728MOVIE REMAKES$2000
THIS, OR THAT 2011-03-09 08:15:17 None 1246406400.0 LVB are the initials of Beethoven & the symbol for this company that sells a Ludwig-loving instrument $2000 Steinway 5728 5728THIS, OR THAT$2000
A WORLD OF MUSIC 2011-03-09 08:15:17 None 1246406400.0 Daniel Keyes' 1966 novel of mouse & man $2000 Flowers for Algernon 5728 5728A WORLD OF MUSIC$2000
I FEEL A BIT "ILL" 2011-03-09 08:15:17 None 1246406400.0 Closely related to the tuba, this instrument seenherewas invented in Germany in 1843 $2000 a euphonium 5728 5728I FEEL A BIT "ILL"$2000
TAKE MY TEMPERATURE 2011-03-09 08:15:17 None 1246406400.0 In the 1970s Bretons fought off government attempts to build one of these in the Commune of Plogoff $2000 a nuclear power plant 5728 5728TAKE MY TEMPERATURE$2000
THE NEW YORK TIMESBOOK REVIEW 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 This Toni Morrison novel won a 2006 Times survey of prominent literary types looking for the best fiction the last 25 years $200 Beloved 5727 5727THE NEW YORK TIMESBOOK REVIEW$200
THE PUCK STOPS HERE 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 After stopping a puck with his face in 1930, Clint Benedict became the first NHL goalie to wear one of these $200 a mask 5727 5727THE PUCK STOPS HERE$200
BEASTLY BLUES 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 The 4 words that follow "One Fish Two Fish" in a Dr. Seuss book title $200 Red Fish Blue Fish 5727 5727BEASTLY BLUES$200
A MAN CALLED HORACE 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 Horace Bixby, a steamboat pilot, taught this American author the skills of the trade $200 Mark Twain 5727 5727A MAN CALLED HORACE$200
POTENT POTABLES, SOUTHERN STYLE 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 A classic Scarlett O'Hara cocktail contains a squeeze of this (remember the color of Scarlett's eyes) $200 lime 5727 5727POTENT POTABLES, SOUTHERN STYLE$200
"KER" 2011-03-09 08:15:23 None 1246320000.0 He sang "The Rainbow Connection" in the movies $200 Kermit the Frog 5727 5727"KER"$200
THE NEW YORK TIMESBOOK REVIEW 2011-03-09 08:15:25 None 1246320000.0 It's the central bank of the United States $400 the Federal Reserve 5727 5727THE NEW YORK TIMESBOOK REVIEW$400
THE PUCK STOPS HERE 2011-03-09 08:15:25 None 1246320000.0 Bobby didn't die... he's in my shower! Pam realized the previous year was only a dream on this series $400 Dallas 5727 5727THE PUCK STOPS HERE$400
BEASTLY BLUES 2011-03-09 08:15:25 None 1246320000.0 He never said, "Judy, Judy, Judy" on film but his girlfriend in "Only Angels Have Wings" was named Judy $400 Cary Grant 5727 5727BEASTLY BLUES$400
A MAN CALLED HORACE 2011-03-09 08:15:25 None 1246320000.0 The Music Genome Project named a user-chosen radio site for this woman of box fame, who received music from Apollo $400 Pandora 5727 5727A MAN CALLED HORACE$400
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