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Tut
   is   
An Expression of Annoyance or Impatience
Usually spoken repetitively.
“Institutionalized”
   is   
When an Inmate Does Not Know How to Function in Society After Being in Prison Most of His/her Life
Sometimes commits a crime to be put back into prison
Douglas MacArthur
   said   
"In War, There is No Substitute for Victory."
US WWII general & war hero
International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
   won the award for   
Peace and International Understanding
1969 American based in Philippines
Stephen Biko, Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela
   are all   
Anti-Apartheid Advocates
Louis Pasteur
   is buried in   
Pasteur Institute, Paris, France
Scientist, founder of microbiology, d. 1895
Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus
   won for   
The Constitution of the Sterols and Their Connection With the Vitamins
1928
Lady of the Night
   is a euphemism for   
Prostitute
The Constitution State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Connecticut
Official nickname. John Fiske claimed the Fundamental Orders of 1638/39 as the first written constitution in history.
Tutankhaman
   was an   
Egyptian King
18th dynasty, ruled c. 1333-1323 BCE
Dear Old Rose
   is the fight song of   
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Bylaws
   is defined as   
The Local Laws or Statutes of a City or Town
Summer Institute of Linguistics
   won the award for   
Peace and International Understanding
1973 based in the Philippines
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
   is situated in   
Socorro
United States
Call Girl
   is a euphemism for   
Prostitute
Reconstitute
   means   
Return a Dried Food to Its Original State by Adding Liquid
Such as milk from milk powder
Civil Rights
   is the legal term for   
Those Rights Protected Under the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution
Everything
   in Italian is   
Tutto
Amico Di Tutti E Di Nessuno è Tutt'uno
   means   
A Friend to All is a Friend to None
Tutti-Fruitti
   was released by   
Little Richard
1955 - inducted in 1998; peaked at #17 on the Billboard chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
The “Disturbance Control Team”
   is   
The First Line of Defense if an Institutional Disturbance Erupts.
Working Girl
   is a euphemism for   
Prostitute
Mae West
   said   
"Marriage is a Great Institution but I'm Not Ready for an Institution Yet"
The Case of the Stuttering Pig (1937)
   featured   
Porky Pig
Common Law
   is the legal term for   
Law Based on Court Decisions, As Distinct from Statute Law
Also known as 'case law'. Consists of judge made principles, rules of action, opinions and interpretations that can serve as precedent for court decisions, past and future
Senectus, Senectutis
   means   
Old Age
3rd declension
John
   means   
A Prostitute's Customer
A Constitutional History of the United States
   was written by   
Andrew C. McLaughlin
1936
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   is situated in   
Cambridge
United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   is in   
Cambridge
Tutankhaman
   was an   
Egyptian King
18th dynasty, ruled c. 1333-1323 BCE
Porky
   is   
A Stuttering Pig
"Athea, thea, theer, that's all, folks!
Tutor
   in Welsh is   
Tiwtor
More Men Stutter Than Women
   is   
True
It is estimated that 80% of stutterers are male
Mask of Tutankhamun
   was made in   
Egypt
Gold, glass, lapis lazuli, obsidian, carnelian, quartz, felspar and faience, c. 1327 BC; Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Master of Wine
   is described as   
A Qualification Conferred by The Institute of Masters of Wine, Which is Located in the United Kingdom.
“Food Service”
   is   
A Section of Every Institution in the Prison System That Has the Sole Responsibility of Making Sure That All of the Inmates at That Institution Are Kept Happy by Providing Every Inmate With Full Balanced Diets Every Day.
Statute of Limitations
   is the legal term for   
Legal Limits As to How Long Legal Action Can Be Brought Forward
Heinrich Otto Wieland
   won for   
The Constitution of the Bile Acids
1927
Robert Louis Stevenson
   said   
"Books Are Good Enough in Their Own Way, but They Are a Poor Substitute for Life"
Scottish novelist, poet and travel writer
There's Only One Jimmy Grimble (2000)
   has the tagline   
And No Substitute for Life
Contraband
   is   
Items That Are Not Issued by the Institutionand Are Not Allowed.
Henry Kissinger
   said   
"The Illegal We Do Immediately. The Unconstitutional Takes a Little Longer."
US (German-born) Diplomat & Scholar
Abraham Lincoln
   said   
"As President, I Have No Eyes but Constitutional Eyes; I Cannot See You"
16th United States President
Jefferson Davis
   has the epitaph   
"At Rest. An American Soldier. And Defender of the Constitution"
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Virginia
Smithsonian Institution Building, the Castle
   is situated in   
Washington D.C., U.S.A.
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Administrative offices and the Smithsonian Information Center. The Castle is the original Smithsonian Institution Building.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Cosi Fan Tutte
(1790) Though its story was not offensive to sophisticated Vienna at the time of its debut, moral standards changed over time. It came to be thought of as risque, and remained so throughout the 19th and early 20th century.
To Dribble
   means   
Stutter
"He talked in dribbles."
King Tut's
      
Curse
A story of doom circulating contemporaneously with the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922
Hail, Dear Old Rensselaer
   is the fight song of   
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute






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