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William Shakespeare
   wrote   
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Bon Voyage
   means   
"have a Good Trip"
Machete
   means   
A Large, Flat-bladed Knife
Used for cutting or as a weapon
Rodeo
   means   
A Spectacle Involving Cowboys and Wild Horses and Cattle
Salsa
   means   
A Spicy Mexican Tomato-based Sauce
Also a style of music and dancing
Sombrero
   means   
A Large Brimmed Hat
A 'ringtone'
   means   
The Sound Made by a Cell Phone to Signal an Incoming Call
Keep a Promise
   in Spanish is   
Cumplir Una Promesa
I Am Looking for John
   in Spanish is   
Estoy Buscando a Juan
Just a Minute
   in Spanish is   
Un Momento
A Party
   in Spanish is   
Una Fiesta
The Fox Never Found a Better Messenger
      
Than Himself
A Bird in the Hand is
      
Worth Two in the Bush
You Must Empty a Box Before
      
You Fill It Again
A Watched Kettle
      
Never Boils
A Bird Does Not Sing Because It Has an Answer
      
It Sings Because It Has a Song
Bon Appétit
   means   
Have a Good Meal
Vertebrate
   means   
Having a Backbone
Bio True of only three percent off all species, namely, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals
Theorem
   means   
A Provable Mathematical Concept
The proof may or may not have been found. "A mathematician is a machine for converting coffee into theorems"
Have a Bun in the Oven
   is a euphemism for   
Pregnant
Bugs
   is   
A Bunny
"Eh...What's up, doc?"
Porky
   is   
A Stuttering Pig
"Athea, thea, theer, that's all, folks!
7
   is the number of   
Days in a Week
Jail
   is   
A Prison
Jazz
   is   
A Musical Style
I Kissed a Girl and
      
I Liked It
“I Kissed a Girl” by Katy Perry
Night
   is missing from the title of   
A Hard Day's ___
The Beatles (1964)
Tells
   is missing from the title of   
Every Picture ___ a Story
Rod Stewart (1971)
Long
   is missing from the title of   
You've Come A ___ Way Baby
Fatboy Slim (1998)
Boy
   is missing from the title of   
When I Was a ___
Jane Siberry (1993)
Prayer
   is missing from the title of   
Like a ___
Madonna (1989)
Boiling Point
   means   
The Temperature at Which a Liquid Turns to a Vapour
Compound
   means   
A Substance Containing More Than One Element
Covalent Bond
   means   
A Bond Formed Between Atoms That Share Electrons
Composition
   is described as   
The Arrangement of the Elements in a Scene.
Densitometer
   is described as   
An Instrument Used for Measuring the Optical Density of an Area in a Negative or Print.
Polarizing Screen (Filter)
   is described as   
A Filter That Transmits Light Traveling in One Plane While Absorbing Light Traveling in Other Planes.
When placed on a camera lens or on light sources, it can eliminate undesirable reflections from a subject such as water, glass, or other objects with shiny surfaces. This filter also darkens blue sky.
Reflector
   is described as   
A Device Used to Reflect Light Onto a Subject.
Stopping Down
   is described as   
Changing the Lens Aperture to a Smaller Opening
For example, from f/8 to f/11.
Tripod
   is described as   
A Three-legged Supporting Stand Used to Hold a Camera Steady
Especially useful when using slow shutter speeds and/or telephoto lenses.
Underexposure
   is described as   
A Condition in Which Too Little Light Reaches the Film.
Producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
Dumbbell
   means   
A Stupid or Dull-Witted Person
A New Day Yesterday
   featured   
A New Day Yesterday
A Rock In The Weary Land
   featured   
My Love Is My Rock in the Weary Land
2000
_____ In A Million
   contains the number   
One
2010, UK 20, US 87 Ne - Yo
Ian Fleming
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
A View to a Kill (1985)
The Ghost of Christmas Future
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
A Christmas Carol
Shows Scrooge the demise of Tiny Tim and of himself, leading to Scrooge's reformation.
Land of a _____ Dances
   contains the number   
Thousand
Wilson Pickett 1966
The song Owner of a Lonely _____is missing the body part Heart
Yes, from 90125
Tony Hillerman & Ernie Bulow
   won the award for   
Talking Mysteries: A Conversation With Tony Hillerman
1992. Tony Hillerman discusses his approach to his writing of detective novels and his well known series of Navaho tribal Police Mysteries with his friend, the author and scholar of Navho literature, Ernie Bulow.






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