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Cimarex Energy Co
   has which symbol   
Albert Benjamin Chandler (executive)
   had the nickname   
In 1936, Ray Brennan Was the Last Person to Be Publicly Executed in the United States
Was the first person to die of Legionnaire’s disease in 1976
The Executioner’s Song
   was written by   
Norman Mailer
Written in 1980, describes events surrounding the execution of American murderer Gary Gilmore
Édouard Manet
The Execution of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico
1868, oil on canvas; Staatliche Kunsthalle, Mannheim, Germany
Legislative, Judicial, Executive
   are all   
Branches of the U.S. Government
Executive Officer
   in Navajo code is   
Literal translation, those in charge
Muriel Siebert
   was a   
Financial Executive
First woman member of the New York Stock Exchange, 2013
William Kemmler
   was/were the first   
To Be Executed by Electrocution
1890 in Auburn New York, USA
The White House Executive Offices
   has the secret sevice codename   
Charles Starkweather
   died in   
1959 aged 20 was Executed
spree killer American
Oranges & Lemons
   possibly originated from   
Execution Processions
From Newgate Prison to the Tyburn Gallows prior to 1783
Executive Stress
   featured the character   
Donald Fairchild
Played by Geoffrey Palmer (S.1) and by Peter Bowles (S.2-3)
Henry Fonda
   was considered for the role of   
McDonald Walling in Executive Suite (1954)
William Holden got the part
Aaron Spelling
   was a   
TV Executive
D. June 23, 2006
An 'empty Suit'
An Ineffective Executive
Paul Delaroche
The Execution of Lady Jane Grey
Oil on canvas, 1833; National Gallery, London
Directive/informative Call to Execute a Prebriefed Timing/spacing Maneuver
ROLEX (+/-Time)
Time-line Adjustment in Minutes from Planned Mission Execution Time. (Plus Means Later, Minus Means Earlier)
Hail to the Thief
Myxomatosis (Judge, Jury & Executioner)
Byron Bancroft Johnson (executive)
   had the nickname   
Imperial Star Dreadnought "Executor"
   is a spacecraft in   
Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
Executor Class. First of class, "The Executor", is Darth Vader's flagship. Also appears in "Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back"
Legislative, Judicial
The three branches of U.S. government
Last Guillotine Execution in France, Elvis Presley Dies, Star Wars Debuts
   are all   
Major Events of 1977
Louis XVI of France Was Executed
By decapitation, January 21, the crowd cries, "Vive la nation!"
Jack & Jill
   possibly originated from   
The Executions of King Louis XVI & Queen Marie Antoinette
First published in 1795
Skills, Transitions, Execution, Choreography, Interpretation
   are all   
Figure Skating Components To Be Judged
Executive Decision (1996)
Kurt Russell, Steven Seagal and Halle Berry
Director: Stuard Baird
Mine Own Executions (1947)
Burgess Meredith, Dulcie Gray and Michael Shepley
Director: Anthony Kimmins. Also starred Christine Norden, Kieron Moore & Barbara White. Plot: Pretty Molly Lucian (White) enlists the reluctant aid of psychologist Felix Milne (Meredith) in treating her potentially homicidal husband Adam (Moore), who refuses to see a "real" psychiatrist.
Death Wish (1974)
   has the tagline   
Vigilante, City Style - Judge, Jury, and Executioner
Caesarion (Little Caesar)
   died in   
30 BCE aged 17 executed by Order of Augustus Caesar
pharaoh, son of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar, Egyptian
Che Guevara
   died in   
1967 aged 39 executed While in Bolivian Army’s Custody
Marxist revolutionary and Cuban guerrilla leader Argentinean
Imperial Star Dreadnought "Executor"
   is a spacecraft in   
Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back
Executor Class. First of class, "The Executor", is Darth Vader's flagship. Also appears in "Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi"
Ethel Rosenberg
The Only Woman to Be Executed for Espionage During the Cold War
She and her husband were convicted of spying. They were sentenced to death. (1953)
First Harry Potter Book Published, Karla Faye Tucker is Executed, Clinton Admits to Lewinsky Affair
   are all   
Major Events of 1998
Karla Faye Tucker was executed in Texas, becoming the first woman executed in the United States since 1984 and the first to be executed in Texas since the American Civil War.
Kenneth Lay
   was a   
Chief Executive
Enron chief executive
   was the year   
Adolph Eichmann Was Executed
Nazi War criminal. In Israel, May 31
Marie Antoinette
   died in   
1793 aged 37 executed
Queen, wife of Louis XVI French
John Brown Was Captured and Executed
Revolutionary abolitionist in the US; practiced armed insurrection to abolish slavery
Executive Stress
   featured the character   
Caroline Fielding
Played by Penelope Keith
   was the year   
Mata Hari Was Executed
Dutch exotic dancer, by firing squad for spying for Germany
   was the year   
Adolph Eichmann Was Executed
Nazi War criminal. In Israel, May 31
Frank Stanton
   was a   
TV Executive
Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner
   appears in   
The Mikado
McDonald Walling
   is played by William Holden in   
Executive Suite (1954)
Execution Rocks Lighthouse
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
1850 - New York
Norman Mailer
The Executioner's Song
Born 1923, Norman Mailer is an American novelist, journalist, playwright, screenwriter and film director.
John D. MacDonald
The Executioners
1958. Adapted into the film Cape Fear. Over 2 million copies sold. (Reprinted as Cape Fear)
Val McDermid
   won the award for   
A Place of Execution
2001 - Best Mystery Novel

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