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Hod
   is   
A Device for Carrying Bricks or Mortar
Also, for carrying coal.
Packing the Mustard
   is hobo slang for   
Carrying the Hod
Rhodes of Africa (1936)
   has the tagline   
Diamond Master - Empire Builder - Jungle Conqueror
René Descartes
   wrote   
Discourse on Method
1637; "Je pense, donc je suis"
Vychodoslovenska
   is located in   
Slovakia
Colossus of Rhodes, Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, Lighthouse at Alexandria
   are all   
Three of the Seven Wonders of the World
Mediation
   is defined as   
A Dispute Resolution Method
Designed to help warring parties resolve their own dispute without going to court
Stoving Wine
   is described as   
A Production Method of Artificially Mellowing Wine by Exposing It to Heat.
Rhodes
   belongs to   
Greece
539.8 sq. mi.
Rh
   is the chemical symbol for   
Rhodium
Rodger Hodgson
   has played keyboards in   
Supertramp
English, one of founding members of band, Progressive rock band
Edwin Hubble, Bill Clinton, Kris Kristoferson
   are all   
Rhodes Scholars
William McKinley, Charles Wesley, Margaret Thatcher
   are all   
Methodists
Modus Operandi
   means   
Method of Operation
Latin
Rhode Island
   state capital is   
Providence
V Chuzhoy Monastyr' So Svoim Ustavom Ne Khodyat.
   means   
Do Not Go to Another Monastery With Your Own Charter.
English version: When in Rome, do as the Romans do
Apple
   has a variety named   
Rhode Island Greening
Rhodes Basin
   is found in the   
Mediterranean Sea
Lithography
   is defined as   
A Method of Printing on a Smooth Surface
A printing process in which the image to be printed is rendered on a flat surface, as on sheet zinc or aluminium, and treated to retain ink while the non-image areas are treated to repel ink.
Providence
   is situated in   
Rhode Island
Rhoda Morgenstern
   appears in   
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Carlton the Doorman
   features in   
Rhoda
Chapman's Rhododendron
   has the Latin name   
Rhododendron Chapmanii
Pierre Choderlos De Laclos
   wrote   
Dangerous Liaisons
First published in four volumes in 1782
Hodgkin’s, Leukemia, Anemia
   are all   
Diseases of the Blood
Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran
   are all   
Protestant Religions
Greece
   is the site of   
Medieval City of Rhodes
Dirty Dancing (1987)
   starred   
Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey and Cynthia Rhodes
Director: Emile Ardolino. Also starred Jerry Orbach
Rhodesia
   has the anthem   
Rise O Voices of Rhodesia
Pawtucket, Warwick, Portsmouth
   are all   
Cities in Rhode Island
Rhoda
   is a spin-off from   
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Frances Hodgson Burnett
   wrote   
Little Lord Fauntleroy
First serialised in the St. Nicholas Magazine in 1885, and then separately published in 1886.
New England, Rhode Island, Manhattan
   are all   
Chowders
The Saint
   refers to   
Simon Templar Fights Crime Using Criminal Methods
First appeared in 1928, making Templar the longest running character in contemporary detective fiction
Rhode Island Red
   is a breed of   
Chicken
The Beatles
   has/have a tribute band called   
Abbey Rhode
After the Album 'Abbey Road'
Carl Bosch & Friedrich Bergius
   won for   
Invention and Development of Chemical High Pressure Methods
1931
Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodox Christianity
   are all   
European Religions
Plymouth Rock, Leghorn, Rhode Island Red
   are all   
Chicken Breeds
Elias James Corey
   won for   
The Theory and Methodology of Organic Synthesis
1990
Rhode Island
   has   
A Vintage Sailboat Gliding Through Narragansett Bay Before the Pell Bridge
Joined union in 1790, quarter released in 2001
Rhode Island
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
RI
Hodie Mihi, Cras Tibi
   means   
Today for Me, Tomorrow for You
Orthodox
   means   
In Accordance With Standard or Authorized Practice
Having correct or accepted opinions; approved
The Rhone
   was known as   
Rhodanus
Another major obstacle Hannibal had to conquer
Southern Methodist University
   is in   
University Park
An enclave of Dallas, Texas
Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
   has the tagline   
The Who's Who in the Whodunnit!
Scientism
   believes in the theory   
Methods of Science Are Universally Applicable
Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
   won for   
X-ray Techniques of the Structures of Important Biochemical Substances
1964






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