JPAs - General3 Flashcards Preview

JPAs > JPAs - General3 > Flashcards

Flashcards in JPAs - General3 Deck (474):
1

Carnivorous Marsupial

the Tasmanian devil

2

Carnivorous Plant

Venus Flytrap

3

Carol Burnett appeared as Jamie Buchman's mother on this 1990s TV show

Mad About You (and won an Emmy)

4

Carole Lombard's husband

Clark Gable (m. 1939-1942 - her death; died in plane crash returning from WWII bond trip)

5

Caroline Meeber novel

Sister Carrie (title character of the Theodore Dreiser novel).

6

Carolyn Keene character

Nancy Drew

7

Carrie Chapman Catt organization

the League of Women Voters (she founded it in 1920)

8

Carrie Fisher's mother

Debbie Reynolds

9

"Carry Me Home" spiritual transport

Sweet Chariot

10

"Cartagena Manifesto" author

Simon Bolivar

11

Carthaginian General

Hannibal

12

Carving Knife cut off their tails

the Three Blind Mice

13

Casa Guidi residents

Elizabeth Barrett Browning & Robert Browning (their house in Florence where she spent the last 14 years of her life)

14

French-named Casino Card Game where winner's hand is that closest to 9

Baccarat

15

His empire stretched from Caspian Sea to eastern China

Genghis Khan (peaked in early 13th century)

16

Cassius Clay

Muhammad Ali

17

"Cat Ballou" actor

Lee Marvin

18

Cat Stevens hits

"Peace Train," "Moonshadow"

19

Cat's Cradle author

Kurt Vonnegut

20

Catalonian City

Barcelona

21

Catharine Beecher's sister

Harriet Beecher Stowe (Catharine promoted higher education for women)

22

Catherine Howard's husband

Henry VIII (his 5th)

23

Catherine The Great's lover/advisor

Grigori Potemkin (Potemkin is also the name of an artificially clean village - he supposedly fixed up rund-down towns to fool her before her grand tour)

24

Catherine Zeta-Jones Oscar-nominated musical role

Chicago

25

Cathy Rigby Broadway role

Peter Pan (also Cat in the Hat in "Seussical the Musical")

26

Cattle Trail

the Chisholm trail (ran from Texas to Kansas)

27

A causeway connects this Persian Gulf nation with the Saudi Arabian mainland

Bahrain

28

Volunteer Cavalry Unit

the Rough Riders

29

Cayman Trench location

the Caribbean Sea

30

CBS Anchorman

Walter Cronkite (His successor was Dan Rather)

31

CBS News

60 Minutes

32

CBS Soap

The Young and the Restless

33

Cecil B De Mille's neice

Agnes De Mille (she was a dancer and ballet choreographer)

34

Cecil B DeMille's Oscar-winning film

The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)

35

Cedar Tree is on this country's flag

Lebanon (famous for its cedars)

36

Cedric The Saxon is title character of this novel

Ivanhoe (by Sir Walter Scott)

37

Celebrated Seafood Stew

Bouillabaisse (hails from Provence)

38

Basis of plant cell walls

Cellulose

39

Holiday on what was once the last day of the Celtic Year

Halloween (evolved from Celtic festival to celebrate the dead)

40

Centennial Exposition World Fair held here

Philadelphia (1876)

41

Centennial Olympic Park location

Atlanta

42

Central Italian Region

Tuscany

43

White Ceramic Material

porcelain

44

Cervantes Novel

Don Quixote

45

Realist from Chadds Ford, PA

Andrew Wyeth

46

Chain of Islands

archipelago

47

It's the term for the minimum amount of fissile material needed to achieve a self-sustaining chain reaction

critical mass

48

Chamber Music Society

Lincoln Center (Alice Tully Hall)

49

Champ De Mars

Eiffel Tower

50

Channel Islands

Jersey & Guernsey

51

Chaparral Cock

a roadrunner

52

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

liquidation

53

Charge Of The Light Brigade war

the Crimean War (1854's Battle of Balaklava)

54

Charles Blondin tight-rope walked across this landmark many times

Niagara Falls

55

Charles Dawes was VP for this President

Calvin Coolidge (also won Nobel Prize for creating plan for Germany to pay its war reparations)

56

Charles Frazier debut novel

Cold Mountain (a take on Homer's "Odyssey" set during the Civil War)

57

Charles Guiteau victim

James Garfield (his assassin)

58

Charles Hires creation

root beer (1870s; had originally called it "root tea")

59

Charles IX's mother

Catherine de' Medici (Italian was mother of 3 French kings: Francis II, Charles IX & Henry III)

60

Charles Ingalls is a character in this novel/TV show

Little House on the Prairie

61

Charles Lindbergh plane

The Spirit of St. Louis

62

Charles Martel's son

Pepin the Short (who was father to Charlemagne)

63

Charles Ryder is the narrator of this novel

Brideshead Revisited

64

Charles Taylor was a dictator in this country

Liberia

65

She helped Charles VII (the Dauphin Charles) to the throne

Joan of Arc

66

Charles Wilkes led an expedition here

Antarctica (America became first to fly a flag there - 1840)

67

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory author

Roald Dahl

68

Charlie Hustle

Pete Rose

69

Charlie Sheen TV Show

Two and a Half Men, Anger Management

70

She replaced Farrah Fawcett on Charlie's Angels

Cheryl Ladd

71

Charlotte Bronte novel

Jane Eyre

72

Charlotte's Web author

E.B. White

73

Charlton Heston played this character in "The Agony and the Ecstasy"

Michelangelo

74

Chaucer Work

The Canterbury Tales

75

Cheese Steak city

Philadelphia

76

Chelsea Clinton college

Stanford

77

Chemical Elements that make up water

hydrogen and oxygen

78

Chemical Name for table salt

Sodium chloride

79

Term for a substance that causes or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected

Catalyst

80

This 19th century chemist saved France's beer, wine & silk industries

Louis Pasteur

81

cocktail of gin, cherry brandy & lemon juice

a Singapore Sling

82

Geore Washington Cherry Tree writer

Parson Weems

83

Algonquin for "where goods are brought in," this river flows into Chesapeake Bay

the Potomac

84

Chestnut Hill college

Boston College

85

Chevy Sports Car

a corvette

86

Chewing Gum Company

Wrigley

87

Chicago Bears running back 1975-1987

Walter Payton

88

Chicago Bulls

Michael Jordan

89

Scottish Chicago Detective

Allan Pinkerton

90

Chicago Gangster

Al Capone

91

Chicago Landmark

The Sears Tower

92

Chicago Mayor (!955-1976)

Richard Daley

93

Chicago Poet

Carl Sandburg

94

Chicago River flows into

Lake Michigan

95

Chicago Sun-Times movie critic

Roger Ebert

96

Chicken Fat

schmaltz (Yiddish)

97

Same virus that causes Chicken Pox can cause this in older adults

shingles

98

Chicken Soup With Rice author

Maurice Sendak (children's book)

99

Chief Joseph led this tribe

Nez Perce (led his troop 1,000 miles, but didn't make it to their goal of Canada; surrendered in 1877)

100

First Chief Justice Of The United States

John Jay

101

"Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" poet

Lord Byron (his longest poem other than "Don Juan")

102

Childhood's End author

Arthur C. Clarke

103

It begins, "All children, except one grow up."

Peter Pan

104

Children Of A Lesser God actress

Marlee Matlin (youngest woman and only deaf person to win Best Actress Oscar)

105

Children's Corner composer

Claude Debussy (he dedicated the suite to his young daughter Claude-Emma)

106

Chilean Cape

Cape Horn

107

Chilean Desert

the Atacama

108

Chilean Island

Easter Island

109

Chilean Poet

Pablo Neruda

110

Chili Palmer is a character in this novel/film

Get Shorty

111

"Chim Chim Cher-ee" is a song in this musical

Mary Poppins

112

China's Sorrow

the Yellow River (Called so due to excessive flooding; the Yangtze is called "China's fortune")

113

Chinese Detective character

Charlie Chan (played by non-Chinese actors)

114

Chinese Dialect widely spoken in Hong Kong & Macao

Cantonese

115

Chinese Medical technique

Acupuncture

116

Chinese Philosopher

Confucius

117

Japan seized this Chinese Region in 1931

Manchuria

118

Chinese River

the Yangtze (longest); Yellow (or Huang He - second longest)

119

Chiricahua Apache leader

Geronimo (led last major Native American stand 1881-1886)

120

"Choo Choo" City

Chattanooga, TN

121

Chris Martin band

Coldplay

122

Chris O'Donnell played this author in the movie "In Love & War"

Ernest Hemingway

123

Chris Van Allsburg book

The Polar Express (Author/Illustrator)

124

Chrissie Hynde band

The Pretenders

125

Christian Emperor

Constantine

126

Christian IV was longest man to rule over this country (60 years)

Denmark

127

Christian Roman

Constantine

128

Christian Science founder

Mary Baker Eddy

129

Christina Crawford "tell-all"

Mommie, Dearest (about her allegedly abusive mom, Joan Crawford)

130

Christina Olson inspired this artist's "Christina's World"

Andrew Wyeth

131

"Christina's World" artist

Andrew Wyeth

132

Christine Todd Whitman was governor of this state 1994-2001

New Jersey

133

"Christmas City" in PA

Bethlehem (appropriately named on Christmas Eve)

134

Christmas Flower

the poinsettia

135

Christmas Seals were first sold in 1907 to raise funds to fight this disease

Tuberculosis (fundraiser for the American Lung Association)

136

Christopher Atkins starred in this desert island movie

The Blue Lagoon (with Brook Shields)

137

Christopher Dodd served as senator of this state from 1981-2011

Connecticut

138

Christopher Robin creator/author/father

A.A. Milne (his real son's name)

139

Christopher Walken 1978 film

The Deer Hunter

140

Chrysler Building rival

the Empire State Building (Surpassed it in height shortly after Chrysler Building was build)

141

Chuck Barris hosted this TV show

The Gong Show

142

Chuck Mangione played it on his 1978 hit "Feels So Good"

the flugelhorn

143

He posted his 95 theses on a German Church Door

Martin Luther

144

Church Father

Saint Augustine

145

He broke the Church Of England from the Catholic Church

Henry VIII

146

Churchill Downs race

the Kentucky Derby

147

Cimarron County state

Oklahoma

148

Cinchona Trees medicint

Quinine (treats malaria)

149

Cincinnati Reds player-manager

Pete Rose

150

Cincinnati Reds catcher

Johnny Bench

151

Cindy Birdsong's Motown group

The Supremes

152

"Circle Of Friends" and "Tara Road" author

Maeve Binchy

153

"Circle Of Life" is a song from this movie

The Lion King

154

Circus Showman

P.T. Barnum

155

name for a Citizen Army

a militia

156

Citizen Kane director/writer/actor/producer

Orson Welles

157

Citrullus Lanatus

Watermelon

158

City Near Mexican border

San Diego

159

Mythical City Of Gold searched for by many South American explorers

El Dorado

160

(Greek for ) "City Of The Dead"

a necropolis

161

Oscar-winner for City Slickers

Jack Palance (played Duke Washburn, Curly's twin brother)

162

From 1936-1961, this capital was called Ciudad Trujillo

Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic)

163

Civic Arena here was first with retractable roof

Pittsburgh (now Mellon Arena)

164

Civil Rights Leader

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

165

Mother of the Civil Rights Movement

Rosa Parks

166

Officials of the Civil Service of the Chinese Empire

mandarins

167

The Five Civilized Tribes of ____________

Oklahoma (the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw & Seminole)

168

Clair De Lune composer

Claude Debussy

169

2 most popular styles of Clam Chowder

New England & Manhattan

170

Clara Wieck's husband

Robert Schumann (married 1840; she was an outstanding composer & pianist also)

171

Clarence Thomas scandal

Anita Hill

172

Teenage Clark Kent TV show

Smallville

173

3 Main Classes Of Rock

Igneous, Sedimentary (75% of exposed rocks on land), Metamorphic

174

Classic 1877 Ballet

Swan Lake

175

Classical Guitarist

Andres Segovia

176

Classical Language of India/Hinduism

Sanskrit

177

At the end of "Casablanca," Claude Rains (playing Captain Louis Renault) tells an officer to:

"Round up the usual suspects."

178

Claudette Colbert Oscar-Winning film

It Happened One Night (first co-stars to win Best Actor & Best Actress; first French Actress to win Oscar)

179

Claus von Bulow

Alan Dershowitz (Claus von Bulow was accused of the attempted murder of his wife Sunny von Bülow by administering an insulin overdose in 1980 which left her in a persistent vegetative state for the rest of her life; his conviction in the first trial was reversed and he was found not guilty in both his retrials)

180

Clause 39 of this document was the beginning of the principle of due process of law

the Magna Carta (influenced Britain's Habeas Corpus Act of 1679)

181

Clement V moved the papal residence here

Avignon

182

Clement XIV suppressed this order

the Jesuits

183

Clemson University location

South Carolina

184

Cleveland Rocks is theme song of this show

The Drew Carey Show

185

Cliff Divers of La Quebrada location

Acapulco

186

National Park with well-preserved Native American Cliff Dwellings

Mesa Verde (in Colorado); Others: Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument in NM, Montezuma Castle National Monument in AZ.

187

1967 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film: "Closely Watched Trains" from this country

Czechoslovakia

188

Show with Cloth Upper & rope sole

Espadrilles

189

Another name for the Clove Pink flower

Carnation

190

Clyde Barrow partner

Bonnie Parker

191

CNN Anchor (3)

Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Soledad O'Brien

192

Co-founder Of Ms Magazine

Gloria Steinem

193

Coal Miner's Daughter

Loretta Lynn

194

Birds once used in Coal Mines as gas detectors

Canaries

195

Island off east Coast Of Africa

Madagascar

196

Mythical animal represents Scotland on UK Coat Of Arms

a unicorn

197

He killed Cock Robin

The Sparrow

198

1975-1976 Cod War countries

Iceland & Britain

199

Coffee Drink named for the resemblance of its color to that of a certain monk's habit (has less milk than a latte)

Cappuccino

200

Nickname for death row at Cold Mountain penitentiary

The Green Mile

201

Main vegetable in Cole Slaw

Cabbage

202

Collapsed Stars create

Black hole

203

Her "Collected Poems" won a Pulitzer in 1982, 19 years after her death

Sylvia Plath

204

Egyptian Collection Of Spells

The Book of the Dead

205

A Collective Settlement in Israel

a kibbutz

206

College Football award

the Heisman Trophy

207

Originally named College Of New Jersey

Princeton

208

"Collide With Destiny" was a tagline for this 1997 film

Titanic

209

Melono Collie And The Infinite Sadness group

Smashing Pumpkins

210

Colombian Author

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

211

Colonial Capital of Virginia

Williamsburg

212

Colony Founded by Cecil Calvert

Maryland (Cecil Calvert = Lord Baltimore)

213

Color-changing Lizard

a chameleon

214

Colorado Peak

Zebulon Pike

215

Colorado Senator who twice sought Democratic nomination for president (1984, 1988)

Gary Hart

216

Colorado Springs service academy

the Air Force Academy

217

Name of this state is Spanish for "Colored Red"

Colorado

218

Colors Of The Wind movie

Pocahontas

219

Colts QB

Peyton Manning

220

His presidential library is at Columbia Point in Boston

John F. Kennedy

221

President who was previously president of Columbia University

Dwight D. Eisenhower

222

classic Combat (board) Game

Battleship

223

His first Broadway success was "Come Blow Your Horn" (1961)

Neil SImon

224

"Come To My Window" singer

Melissa Etheridge

225

Sketch-Comedy Show

Saturday Night Live

226

Plot of "Here Comes Mr Jordan" was reused in this 1978 Warren Beatty comedy

Heaven Can Wait

227

Comet Discoverer

Edmond Halley (also: Carolyn Herschel)

228

"Coming Of Age In Samoa" author

Margaret Mead

229

"Coming Through The Rye" sculptor

Frederic Remington (another famous sculpture of his is "The Cowboy")

230

____ for the Common Man

fanfare (Aaron Copland composition...associated with Olympics)

231

Greek for "the many," or "common people"

Hoi polloi

232

Common Sense author

Tom Paine

233

political "barrier" between the West and Communist China

the Bamboo Curtain

234

Company Introduced SX-70 instant camera

Polaroid

235

His "Complete Poems" won the 1951 Pulitzer Prize for poetry

Carl Sandburg

236

This physiologist developed the concept of conditioned reflex

Ivan Pavlov

237

Confederate General

Robert E. Lee

238

Confederate President

Jefferson Davis

239

Confederate Prison

Andersonville (now a historic site in Georgia)

240

Novel/Movie about a Confederate Soldier trying to get home

Cold Mountain (by Charles Frazier)

241

First Confederate State to re-join U.S.

Tennessee

242

Confederate Vice President

Alexander (Hamilton) Stephens

243

These tiny blood vessels connect arteries and veins

capillaries

244

Was joint capital of Connecticut with Hartford 1701-1875

New Haven

245

Connecticut River starts in this capital and forms the border of these two states

Hartford, CT; New Hampshire & Vermont

246

Constantine XI was the last ruler of this empire

the Byzantine Empire

247

85 Essays defending the Constitution

The Federalist Papers

248

Oldest delegate to Constitutional Convention

Benjamin Franklin (PA)

249

Consumer Advocate & Presidential candidate

Ralph Nader (first gained national attention testifying before Congress on auto safety)

250

Shark & Swordfish Contain High Levels of this element

mercury

251

Commander in Chief of the Continental Army

George Washington

252

Westernmost country in Continental Europe

Portugal

253

Cook Strait splits this country

New Zealand

254

Cooking Bananas

plantains

255

James Fenimore Cooper Novel

The Last Of The Mohicans (Story of the French and Indian wars)

256

Coquilles St. Jacques main ingredient

Scallops (French dish)

257

Corazon Aquino - she was President of this country 1986-1992

the Philippines

258

Cordon Bleu student

Julia Child (only woman in her class)

259

Spicier Corned Beef

pastrami

260

Cornelius Vanderbilt II's Rhode Island mansion

The Breakers (built in Newport)

261

The most prized color of this gem is Cornflower Blue

a sapphire

262

Object under English Coronation Chair (Westminster Abbey)

the Stone of Scone (Scotland stole in 1950, returned in 1951; was returned to Scotland in 1996)

263

Corps Of Discovery leaders

Lewis & Clark

264

Costa Rican capital

San Jose

265

Costa Verde Hotel is scene of this play

The Night of the Iguana (Written by Tennessee Williams)

266

Cotton Gin inventor

Eli Whitney

267

Cotton Pest

the boll weevil

268

He presided over the Council Of Nicaea (325 AD)

Constantine

269

Count Vronsky is a character in this novel

Anna Karenina

270

"Thank God I'm a Country Boy" singer

John Denver

271

Small South American Country Gained its independence from Netherlands in 1975

Suriname (formerly Dutch Guyana)

272

Court jester to the Duke of Mantua

Rigoletto (In Verdi's opera "Rigoletto")

273

Court Painter to Philip IV of Spain

Diego Velasquez

274

Cover Her Face author (the first of her mysteries to feature her detective Adam Dalgliesh, a Scotland Yard man)

P.D. James

275

The Cowardly Lion sought this

Courage

276

Cowboy Hats brand

Stetson

277

Cowboy Humorist

Will Rogers

278

Crab Nebula is the remnant of one of these explosive events observed in 1054

a supernova

279

this "worldly" cocktail is a mix of lime & cranberry juices, vodka & Cointreau

a cosmopolitan

280

This term for a family tree comes from the Latin for "crane's foot"

Pedigree

281

State that is home to Crater Of Diamonds State Park

Arkansas

282

Cake frosted with Cream Cheese icing

carrot cake

283

Creamy Sauce served over eggs Benedict or asparagus

Hollandaise sauce

284

Company that makes Creme Eggs

Cadbury

285

Creole Dish comes from French word for ham

jambalaya

286

Crime And Punishment author

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

287

Crimean Peninsula body of water

the Black Sea

288

Heroine Crimean War

Florence Nightingale (nurse to British soldiers)

289

Crispus Attucks scuffle

the Boston Massacre

290

Critique Of Pure Reason author

Immanuel Kant

291

Crockett And Tubbs were characters in this TV show

Miami Vice

292

Cross Creek author

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

293

Cross Of Gold orator

William Jennings Bryan

294

Country of "Cry, The Beloved Country"

South Africa

295

C.S. Lewis series

The Chronicles of Narnia

296

Cuban Leader

Fidel Castro

297

Cuban Missile Crisis month

October

298

Cubist Painter

Pablo Picasso

299

Cumberland Falls location (state)

Kentucky

300

Cuyahoga River location (city)

Cleveland

301

Cybill Shepherd TV Show

Moonlighting

302

Cyrus Vance was Secretary of State for this president

Jimmy Carter (was also Secretary of the Army under Kennedy)

303

Czech Composer

Dvorak (or Smetana)

304

DW Griffith 1915 Silent Film

The Birth Of A Nation (about KKK)

305

Dairy State

Wisconsin

306

Daisy Buchanan is a character in this novel

The Great Gatsby

307

Daisy Miller author

Henry James

308

2nd-in-order after Dalai Lama in Tibet

the Panchen Lama

309

Dale Carnegie 1936 book

How To Win Friends And Influence People

310

Dallas Cowboys coach (1960-1988)

Tom Landry

311

Dallas Mavericks owner

Mark Cuban

312

Dallas Nightclub Owner

Jack Ruby (Assassinated Lee Harvey Oswald)

313

Dame Margot Fonteyn ballet partner

Rudolf Nureyev (She was a famous British ballerina, and they were a famous pair)

314

"La Belle Dame Sans Merci" poet

John Keats

315

He gave the order "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

Admiral David Farragut at Battle of Mobile Bay (Civil War, his order is U.S. Navy legend)

316

Dan Brown novel

The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons

317

P.I. Dan Tanna of Vega$ was played by this actor

Robert Urich

318

Dana Owens's stage name

Queen Latifah

319

Dances With Wolves director

Kevin Costner (won Oscar for Best Director)

320

"Dancing In The Dark" singer

Bruce Springsteen

321

"Danger Will Robinson" is the robot's famous line on this TV show

Lost In Space

322

Daniel Deronda author

George Eliot

323

Danish Astronomer

Tycho Brahe (Ty-co Bray-ah) (died in 1601)

324

Danish Author

Hans Christian Andersen

325

Danish Capital

Copenhagen

326

Danish Island

Greenland

327

Danish Peninsula

Jutland

328

Danish Philosopher, Danish Thinker

Soren Kierkegaard (helped lay foundation of existentialism)

329

Danish Physicist

Niels Bohr (won 1922 Nobel Prize, also worked on Manhattan Project)

330

Danny Kaye played the title character in this film

Hans Christian Andersen (1952)

331

Danny Ocean played by these two actors

George Clooney, Frank Sinatra

332

sister of Dante Gabriel

Christina Rossetti (he was a pre-Raphaelite painter (& poet), she a poet)

333

Daphne Du Maurier novel

Rebecca (inspired Hitchcock's 1940 film Rebecca; her dad was first Captain Hook in Peter Pan play)

334

Its former capital was Dar Es Salaam

Tanzania

335

Darby Shaw, Tulane Law Student, is main character in this Grisham thriller

The Pelican Brief (played by Julia Roberts in the movie)

336

Darius III lost to him

Alexander the Great (Darius III was King of Persia, 333 BC)

337

Dark Side Of The Moon band

Pink Floyd

338

play about the Darling Children

Peter Pan

339

Darrell Hammond impersonates him on SNL's Celebrity Jeopardy sketch

Sean Connery

340

Darth Vader voice

James Earl Jones

341

Daryl Hannah starred in this film about a Cro-Magnon gal raised by Neanderthals

Clan of the Cave Bear

342

Das Kapital editor

Friedrich Engels (he edited 2nd and 3rd versions after Karl Marx died)

343

Das Rheingold composer

Richard Wagner (first opera in the Ring Cycle/The Ring of the Nibelung)

344

Both she & her daughter Irene died of leukemia caused by overexposure to radiation daughter Irene

Marie Curie

345

Daughter Of Fortune author

Isabel Allende (sequel was "Portrait in Sepia")

346

Daughter Of Powhatan

Pocahontas

347

Dave Grohl band

the Foo Fighters, Nirvana

348

David Balfour is a character in this novel

Kidnapped (by Robert Louis Stevenson)

349

David Brewster invented this toy

the kaleidoscope

350

David Bushnell built the first of these in 1775 and called it "The Turtle"

Submarines

351

David Copperfield author

Charles Dickens

352

David E Kelley wife

Michelle Pfeiffer

353

David Farragut, Hero of __________

Mobile Bay

354

His first and middle names are David Herbert

D.H. Lawrence

355

David Janssen starred in this TV Show

The Fugitive (as Dr. Richard Kimble)

356

David Lee Roth band

Van Halen

357

"Days Of Future Passed" band

The Moody Blues

358

Days Of Grace was a memoir by this athlete

Arthur Ashe (published posthumously in 1993)

359

DC Complex

Watergate

360

DC Hospital

Walter Reed (now closed)

361

DC Institution

the Smithsonian

362

DC Library

the Library of Congress

363

DC Mayor (1978-1990)

Marion Barry

364

DC Museum

the Smithsonian

365

DC Paper

The Washington Post

366

De Beers product

Diamonds

367

Father Ralph De Bricassart is a character in this novel

The Thorn Birds

368

Bree Van de Kamp is a character on this TV show

Desperate Housewives

369

landmark on Paris's Ile de la Cite

Notre Dame

370

Madame de Maintenon's husband

Louis XIV (he secretly married her after Maria Theresa died)

371

Parc du Champ de Mars landmark

the Eiffel Tower

372

"De Profundis" writer

Oscar Wilde (a letter he wrote while in Reading Gaol to Lord Alfred Douglas, with whom he'd had an affair)

373

Author from De Smet, South Dakota

Laura Ingalls Wilder

374

Eamon De Valera was Prime Minister of this country three times in 20th century

Ireland

375

De Witt Clinton is considered the father of this massive project

the Erie Canal (he was also a NYC mayor, NY Governor, and U.S. Presidential candidate vs. Madison in 1812)

376

DePaul University city

Chicago

377

"_______ singin' in the dead of night"

Blackbird (Beatles song)

378

Dead Sea Scrolls are believed to be written by this sect

the Essenes

379

Dead Souls author

Nikolai Gogol (1842)

380

Deadpan Comic

Steven Wright

381

Dean Martin "group"

The Rat Pack

382

Dean Moriarty is a character in this novel

On The Road

383

"Death Be Not Proud" poet

John Donne

384

Willa Cather's "Death Comes For the __________"

Archbishop

385

Death In The Afternoon author

Ernest Hemingway (about bullfighting)

386

Author of Death In Venice novella

Thomas Mann

387

Death Of A Salesman playwright

Arthur Miller

388

Death Valley state

California

389

He played vigilante Paul Kersey in 5 "Death Wish" movies

Charles Bronson

390

Debbie Harry band

Blondie

391

Debbie Reynolds daughter

Carrie Fisher

392

Debby Boone song

You Light Up My Life

393

Deborah Kerr movie

From Here To Eternity

394

She took a stand on 12/1/1955

Rosa Parks

395

Colonists protested on 12/16/1773

the Boston Tea Party

396

This battle and German counter-attack started on 12/16/1944

the Battle Of The Bulge

397

Their first success: 12/17/1903

the Wright Brothers first flight

398

He was hanged 12/2/1859

John Brown (for treason)

399

12/20/1860: this state secedes

South Carolina (the first to secede from the Union)

400

The first one of these was published: 12/21/1913

the crossword puzzle

401

12/25/1991: he quits

Mikhail Gorbachev quit as Soviet leader

402

This holiday begins December 26

Kwanzaa (lasts 7 days)

403

12/7/1787: this state becomes the first

Delaware

404

12/8/1980: he is murdered

John Lennon

405

This state's Declaration Of Rights influenced the U.S. Bill of Rights

Virginia

406

On June 1, 1812 this president asked Congress for a declaration of war against Great Britain

James Madison

407

First signer of the Declaration of Independence

John Hancock

408

Deep Blue (a computer) beat him in a chess match in 1997

Garry Kasparov

409

A ball of deep-fried cornmeal

Hush puppies

410

Deer Meat

Venison

411

The Duke who defeated Napoleon

the Duke of Wellington

412

Chinese Defensive Barrier

the Great Wall of China

413

Defoe Heroine

Moll Flanders

414

Trinita Dei Monti Church feature

the Spanish Steps

415

Della Reese TV show

Touched By An Angel

416

Santa Maria Delle Grazie draw

The Last Supper

417

"Delta Dawn" singer

Tanya Tucker (country, 1972), Helen Reddy (1973, #1 hit)

418

Democracy In America author

Alexis de Tocqueville (French, published 1835)

419

During the 1968 Democratic Convention in this city, antiwar protesters clashed violently with police

Chicago

420

Dennis Christopher battled Italians & locals en route to Indiana's little 500 cycling championship in this 1979 film

Breaking Away

421

Dennis Franz 90s TV Show

NYPD Blue

422

Dennis Hastert, former U.S. Rep. from this state

Illinois (Speaker of the House, 1999-2007)

423

Denzel Washington played him in this 1992 biopic

Malcolm X

424

Orinially called the Department Of Foreign Affairs, in 1789 it changed its name to this

Department of State

425

In German, the title of this Thomas Mann novella is "Der Tod In Venedig"

Death In Venice

426

Descartes called this gland "the seat of the rational soul"

the pineal gland

427

Desert Fox

Erwin Rommel (German field marshall of WWII)

428

He bought the Desert Inn in Las Vegas

Howard Hughes (moved in in 1966 and bought the hotel a short time later - his first)

429

Desert Resort City

Palm Springs

430

General who led Operation Desert Storm

General Norman Schwarzkopf

431

20th Century Design School

the Bauhaus

432

Designing Woman actress

Delta Burke

433

Scottish man who founded a private detective agency in Chicago

Allan Pinkerton

434

His "Murders In The Rue Morgue" in 1841 is considered the first detective story in English

Edgar Allan Poe

435

"Little Deuce Coupe" band

The Beach Boys

436

It's the story of the Devil's Island imprisonment & escape of Henri Charriere

Papillon

437

Devil's Triangle

the Bermuda Triangle

438

D.H. Lawrence's sequel to "The Rainbow"

Women In Love

439

Diamond Head location (city)

Honolulu

440

Diamond Jubilee (1897, 2012)

Queen Victoria (1897), Queen Elizabeth II (2012)

441

Diana Ross stars in this 1972 biopic

Lady Sings the Blues (Ross's first film)

442

1977 drama in which Diane Keaton cruises nightclubs seeking one-night stands & more

Looking For Mr. Goodbar

443

Dianne Wiest 1986 Woody Allen film

Hannah And Her Sisters

444

Dick Cheney state

Wyoming

445

Dick Tracy actor & director

Warren Beatty

446

Dick York TV character

Darrin Stephens (Bewitched)

447

"Die Another Day" Bond Girl

Halle Berry

448

"Die Dreigroschenoper" musical is known as this in English

The Threepenny Opera (premiered 1928 in Berlin)

449

Kafka's "Die Verwandlung" was changed to this

The Metamorphosis

450

Died of Leukemia caused by overexposure to radiation

Marie Curie & daughter Irene

451

Diedrich Knickerbocker is one of this author's pen names

Washington Irving

452

"Diego And I" artist

Frida Kahlo

453

Diego Rivera wife

Frida Kahlo

454

He refused to recant his beliefs at the 1521 Diet Of Worms

Martin Luther

455

Dinah Shore boyfriend

Burt Reynolds

456

Diplomatic Official or a briefcase

an attache

457

Dire Straits guitarist/leader

Mark Knopfler

458

"No Direction Home" subject

Bob Dylan

459

Name for a movie's Director Of Photography

Cinematographer

460

Author of the Dirk Pitt novels

Clive Cussler

461

Dirty Dancing actor

Patrick Swayze

462

Dirty Harry actor

Clint Eastwood

463

This N.Y. region was declared a disaster area due to toxic waste

Love Canal

464

Disco Queen

Donna Summer

465

Discourse On Method author

Rene Descartes

466

Discovered 4 largest moons of Jupiter

Galileo

467

The opera where Leonore disguises herself as the title boy

Fidelio

468

Disney World location

Orlando

469

Disputed Region between India and Pakistan

Kashmir

470

The dividing line between the illuminated & unilluminated part of the moon

the terminator

471

Dizzy Gillespie & this alto sax man known as "Bird" helped popularize bebop in the '40s

Charlie Parker

472

Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" was turned into a film named this

Blade Runner

473

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Reorganization

474

Czech composer of "The Bartered Bride"

Smetana