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Iron
   in French is   
Fer
Hell-Bent Fer Heaven
   was written by   
Hatcher Hughes
1924
Pai Gow, Faro, Monte, Chemin De Fer
   are all   
Games of Chance
Railroad
   in French is   
Chemin De Fer
The Emprise Du Fer De Prisonnier
   was founded by   
Jean De Bourbon
1415
Bullwinkle J. Moose
   said   
"This Time Fer Sure!"
The Rocky and Bullwinkle show
Manhattan Transfer
   performed   
Tuxedo Junction
1976
Davis
   is a name shared by   
Bette, Jefferson, Miles
Actress, Confederate statesman and a jazz musician
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
Washington, D.C.
Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Tyler, Taylor, Wilson
   are all   
Presidents Born in Virginia
He'd Offer You an Egg if
      
You Promised Not to Break the Shell
Ferris Wheels, Pendulums, Springs
   are all   
Objects Exhibiting Simple Harmonic Motion
Sir Alex Ferguson
   has the nickname   
Fergie
Germany
   had the politician   
Karl Helfferich
Minister of Finance/Interior
Nefertari
   was an   
Egyptian Queen
One of the principal wives of Ramesses the Great; name means "Beautiful Companion"
Inferior
   is an antonym of   
Superior
Brazil
   is the site of   
Brazilian Atlantic Islands: Fernando De Noronha and Atol Das Rocas Reserves
Franz Ferdinand
   released the album   
Franz Ferdinand (2004)
Stew in One's Own Juice
   means   
To Suffer from One's Own Action
Sea of Nectar, Sea of Fertility, Sea of Tranquility
   are all   
Places on the Moon
Edwin Hubble, Bill Clinton, Kris Kristoferson
   are all   
Rhodes Scholars
Cold-tea Sign
   means   
Refers to the Several Cups of Cold Tea on the Bedside Cabinet Beside a Dead Geriatric
Fern
   is   
A Flowerless, Seedless Plant
Ferns reproduce by spores
Tiger Woods
   is famous for being a   
Golfer
American. Has currently won 13 professional major golf championships, the second most of any male player.
Nurse
   in French is   
Infermière
Brewers
   in Latin would be   
Fermentatores
Catwoman
   is a role shared by   
Michelle Pfeiffer & Lee Merriweather
Batman Returns (1992) & Batman (1966)
Variable-Contrast Paper
   is described as   
Photographic Paper That Provides Different Grades of Contrast when Exposed Through Special Filters.
Catwoman
   is a role shared by   
Michelle Pfeiffer & Halle Berry
Batman Returns (1992) & Catwoman (2004)
Phil Mickelson
   was a/an   
Golfer
Three-time Masters champion, b. 1970
Arnold Palmer
   is famous for being a   
Golfer
He took over the Florida Citrus Open in 1968 in 1978 and moved it to Bay Hill
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
   featured in the film   
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Catwoman
   was portrayed by   
Michelle Pfeiffer
"Batman Returns" (1992)
Asafoetida
   has the latin name   
Ferula Assafoetida
Also known as Devil's Dung, Stinking Gum and Food of the Gods. Reminiscent of leeks.
Sofa Surfer
   means   
Homeless Person Who Sleeps on Friends' Sofas and Floors
The Beach Boys
   released the album   
Surfer Girl (1963)
Thomas Jefferson
   was/were the first   
US President to Be Inaugurated in Washington DC
1801
Porsche
   was named after   
Ferdinand Porsche
Dante's
      
Inferno
Part of the Divine Comedy
Cite
   is   
Make Reference to
DTMA
   means   
Don't Transfer to Me Again.
Potential Difference
   means   
The Voltage Difference Between Two Points
Electricity flows from a high to low level of potential.
Reflection, Refraction, Diffraction, Interference
   are all   
Ways Waves Bounce/Interact
Master of Wine
   is described as   
A Qualification Conferred by The Institute of Masters of Wine, Which is Located in the United Kingdom.
Butt Out
   means   
Stop Interfering
Sequoia, Sugar, Douglas, Spruce
   are all   
Conifers/Pines
Tiger Woods
   is famous for being a   
Golfer
In 1997, Tiger Woods became the youngest player to win the Masters and the youngest-ever No. 1 golfer when he was 21 years old.
Thomas Jefferson
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1801
Pepper
   in German is   
Pfeffer
Fertigate
   is a combination of   
Fertilize and Irrigate






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