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Stir
   is hobo slang for   
State Prison
Beat
   means   
Stir or Whip Ingredients Vigorously Until Smooth
With a spoon, fork, wire whisk, rotary beater or electric mixer
Mix
   means   
Stir Two or More Foods Together Until They Are Thoroughly Combined
Richard Matheson
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Stir of Echoes (1999)
Based on the 1958 book
Stir
   is a gangster term for   
Jail
Stir Crazy (1980)
   starred   
Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor and Georg Stanford Brown
Director: Sidney Poitier. Also starred JoBeth Williams, Miguel Ángel Suárez & Craig T. Nelson. Plot: Skip (Wilder) and Harry (Pryor) are framed for a bank robbery and end up in a western prison.
Toothbrush
   describes   
The Hickory Stick Used to Stir the Brew
Stir Fry
   in Pilipino is   
Gisa
Tom Witzky
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
Stir of Echoes (1999)
Stirling Silliphant
   wrote the screenplay for   
In the Heat of the Night
Won an Oscar for this screenplay adaptation in 1967. Has also published more than 50 books and was an advertising executive for Disney before he started screen writing.
Stirious
   is shaped like an   
Icicle
Alexander Stirling Calder
   created the sculpture   
Leif Eriksson Memorial, 1932
Stirling Castle
   is in the county   
Stirlingshire
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann
   won gold medals in   
Speed Skating
Germany -- 1992-1998 -- 3/4/1=8
Talraque
   is the elvish word for   
Stirrup
Cinch, Pommel, Stirrups
   are all   
Saddle Parts
Anvil, Cochlea, Stirrup, Hammer
   are all   
Parts of the Inner Ear
Stirling Moss
   has excelled in   
Autosport - Formula One
Raced from 1948 to 1962, won 194 of the 497 races he entered, including 16 Formula One Grands Prix.
Stirling Range
   are located in   
Australia
Situated in Western Australia and is one of the worlds richest areas of flora. Over 1500 plant species are found with 87 of them found nowhere else on earth.
Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse
   is located in   
Bahamas
1863 - Berry Islands
The Queen's Guards (1961)
   has the tagline   
The Stirring Saga of a Young Guardsman's Path to Manhood!
Headache Stick
   describes   
The Long Thump Rod for Stirring Ingredients
Daniel Boone
   is the stage name of   
Peter Lee Stirling
English pop musician, had a hit with the single "Beautiful Sunday" in 1972
Stir-Fry
   means   
Rapid Frying With Constant Stirring in Very Little Oil
A Chinese technique usually using a wok, to cook finely cut meat, vegetables or fish.
Estirne
   is the elvish word for   
Forehead
M80
      
Links Glasgow and Stirling
1961
   BBC Sports Personality of the Year was   
Stirling Moss
Racing Driver
Goldfinger (1964)
   contains the line   
"A Martini. Shaken, Not Stirred."
Bestir
   means   
To Put Into Brisk or Vigorous Action
Skirt, Pommel, Stirrup
   are all   
Parts of a Horse’s Saddle
Reverend Dr Robert Stirling
   invented   
The Stirling Engine
(1790-1878), Scotland
Australia
   is the location of   
Stirling Range National Park
William Wallace & the Earl of Surrey
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Stirling Bridge
Wallace trapped the English at the bridge crossing and defeated their superior forces.
To Attend
   in Italian is   
Asistir
Be present at
Brian Stirner
   directed   
A Kind of Hush (1999)
Ad Exstirpanda
   was issued by   
Pope Innocent IV
1252 - Authorizes the use of torture for eliciting confessions and executing relapsed heretics by burning them alive.
Stirling, Bessemer, Diesel
   are all   
Engines
Reach For the Sky (1956)
   has the tagline   
10,000,000 Americans Have Thrilled to The Stirring Story in Readers Digest
Stirrup-spouted Bottle
   was made in   
Peru
Painted terracotta, c. 50; Musée Barbier-Mueller, Geneva
Headband
   in German is   
Stirnband
Stapediform
   is shaped like a   
Stirrup






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