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In Loco Parentis
   means   
In the Place of a Parent
Belinda Carlisle
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Heaven is a Place on Earth
January 10 1988 for 2 weeks
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
   contains the line   
"There's No Place Like Home."
The Abyss (1989)
   has the tagline   
Deep Below the Blue Surface, There Lies a Place No One Has Ever Dreamed Of.....
The Lion King (1994)
   has the tagline   
Life's Greatest Adventure is Finding Your Place in the Circle of Life.
Melrose Place
   is a spin-off from   
Beverly Hills 90210
Archie Bunker's Place
   is a spin-off from   
All in the Family
Ensconce
   means   
To Place in a Secure Environment
Flop
   is hobo slang for   
A Place to Sleep
¿tu Casa O La Mía?
   is translated as   
Your Place or Mine?
Many a Sudden Change
      
Takes Place on a Spring Day
Better Sit Beside Him Than
      
In His Place
There Is No Place Like Nebraska
   is the fight song of   
University of Nebraska
Peyton Place (1957)
   was set in   
New Hampshire
Lana Turner, Hope Lange
This Place is Black
   means   
It's Crowded
France
   is the site of   
Place Stanislas, Place De La Carrière and Place D'Alliance in Nancy
A Lunar Eclipse Takes Place when the Earth is Directly Between the Sun and the Moon
   is   
True
Disneyland
   used the slogan   
"The Happiest Place on Earth"
A Place in the Sun (1951)
   starred   
Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelley Winters and Anne Revere
Director: George Stevens
Go to a Better Place
   is a euphemism for   
Die
Juke Joint
   Means   
Small, Inexpensive Eating or Drinking Place
Nap Trap
   Means   
Place to Sleep
Pump Up the Jam
   has the lyric:   
I Don't Want a Place to Stay Get Your Booty on the Floor Tonight
Technotronic!
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
   has the last line:   
"And Oh, Auntie Em, There's No Place Like Home!"
Children of a Lesser God (1986)
   has the last line:   
“Do You Think That We Could Find a Place Where We Can Meet, Not in Silence and Not in Sound?”
The Trench (1999)
   has the tagline   
It is a Place 8ft Wide, 600 Miles Long, Man-made and God-forsaken
Ontario Place
   is situated in   
Canada
Toronto, Ontario
Oak Chips
   is described as   
Small Pieces of Oak Wood Used in Place of Oak Barrels in Fermenting And/or Ageing Wine.
Vineyard
   is described as   
A Place Where Grape Vines Are Grown for Wine Making Purposes.
Parking Place for Solo Motorcycles
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Spaceways (1953)
   has the tagline   
Space is a Cold Place to Die!
The Forbidden Kingdom (2008)
   has the tagline   
The Path is Unsafe. The Place is Unknown. The Journey is Unbelievable.
Hayden Carruth
   wrote   
Journey to a Known Place
Long poem beginning, "Tundra, the distant marches, and wind veering, clatter of steely grasses"
I’m Going Home Back to the Place Where
      
I Belong
“Home” by Daughtry
There’s a Place off Ocean Avenue Where
      
I Used to Sit and Talk With You
“Ocean Avenue” by YellowCard
Everybody's out on the Run Tonight
      
But There's No Place Left to Hide.
"Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen
Rock In A Hard Place
   featured   
Bolivian Ragamuffin
1982
Rock In A Hard Place
   featured   
Rock In A Hard Place (Cheshire Cat)
1982
Rock In A Hard Place
   featured   
Push Comes To Shove
1982
Generations
   featured   
The Place In Your Heart
2005
Bust
   means   
Place Under Arrest
Collar
   means   
Place Under Arrest
Pinch
   means   
Place Under Arrest
Benzinery
   means   
A Low-grade Drinking Place
Cheap whiskey was sometimes called benzene.
This Place About to
      
Blow
"Blow" by Ke$ha
I'll Take You Where The Music's Playing
   featured   
Come On Over To My Place
1966, US 60, UK 9
In A Special Place
   featured   
Don't Bang The Drum
2011
In A Special Place
   featured   
Paris In The Rain
2011
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
   was released by   
The Animals
1965 - inducted in 2011; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Peyton _____ (1957)
      
Place
1957. Drama delving into the intrigues, scandals and hypocrisy of a small town in New England during WWII. Stars Lana Turner, Lee Philips and Hope Lange.






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