(I'm assuming that the other two tests are not the same - if they are, I will take down this post until after, but I wanted to put this up while the questions are still fresh in people's memories.)
Also, please link this around so that we can get some more collaboration hereon.
In no particular order:
- Lady Macbeth would have killed this man, but that he "looked like her father as he slept".
- Buckminster Fuller created the first geodesic one of these structures
- He wrote "Babbit"
- Mohammed's flight from Mecca to this city marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar.
- Robert Langdon was first introduced in this pre-"Da Vinci Code" book.
Angels and Demons
- This 2000 Julia Roberts title character took it to the legal Limit
- This Brando Film one the Academy Award for best picture in 1955
On the Waterfront
- This sauce is traditionally served with eggs benedict
- This branch of chemistry is concerned with carbon structures
- It is theorized that the earth passed through the tail of this [some time]
A comet (Halley's?)
- (Crossword clues "M") Court dance for Louis XIV (6 letters)
- The only Ivy League school in Rhode Island
Brown (Thank you, Family Guy!)
- The only island nations entirely in the mediterranean are Malta and this divided island
- The Sanskrit word for "venerable" gives us this word for a spiritual guide or teacher
- This man was secretary of state from 1973-1977
- She was the last woman before Sacajawea to be on circulating U.S. currency.
Susan B. Anthony
- This 19th century poet wrote "I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died" and "I Felt a Funeral in my Brain"
- Last name of the only man to be father & son to US president
Harrison (Son of WIlliam Henry, father of Benjamin)
- This _____ (incompetent?) Roman emperor's name meant "little boot"
- "Betrayal" was the 1978 work of this British playwright and 2005 Nobel Laureate
- Composer of "La Boheme"
- Odette was fated to be a bird for a day in this ballet
- Digital images are composed of these tiny units that sound like Sprites
- Vermont's highest peak is in these mountains
- This ethnic minority, also found in Iran and Turkey won 53 seats in Iraq's parliament
- This word for a law-making body comes from the French for "to speak"
- This company's logo, a pigtailed girl was modeled after their founder's real daughter
- Oscar Wilde quote "I can resist anything but" this
- Though it's not the capital, this port city is China's largest, by population
- This man was Lord Protector of England from 1653-1658
- Fantasy land created by L. Frank Baum
- The tendency of an object in motion to stay in motion and an object at rest to stay at rest
- This state capital is on Puget Sound
- The Mexican state of Quintana Roo is entirely within this peninsula
- "Sir Duke" was a hit by this artist who signed to Motown in 1960(?)