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Continuing...

14.."I know how it feels to have wings on your heels and to fly down the street in a trance."

15..Robert Easton just died at 81. A Hollywood actor, he was better known as a..?

16..A musical key or a road problem?

17..This state is #1 in sweet potato production.

18..Differentiate between the result of a yellow card vs. a red card.

19..Author(?) reveals his LSD trip in THE DOORS OF PERCEEPTION.

20..Redding Pa. has the highest % of..? among cities >65,000.

21..Matthew Stafford leads the Lions to their 1st playoff in 12 years.
His college?

22..Peekytoe is an adjective describing what food?

23..Before their renowned accomplishment, they(?) had built a printing press
and manufactured bicycles.

24..There's a remake of STRAW DOGS making the circuit. Lead actress in the original?

25..Beyond The Godfather trilogy, name one other novel of Mario Puzo.

Will we learn whether geordi is back from Italy?
 

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16. A flat
23. Wright Brothers
25. The Sicillian (sp?)
 
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17. North Carolina
18. Yellow card is a warning, one is till in the game. Red card is an ejection from the game.
19. Huxley. In a somewhat roundabout fashion, this is how the The Doors got their name.
20. College graduates
23. The Wright Brothers
24. Susan George
25. The Sicilian
 

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15. "The Henry Higgins of Hollywood" - he was a dialect coach for actors.
 
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16. Flat
17. South Carolina
18. Yellow card is a caution or warning for more minor infractions.

......Red card is an ejection for a major infraction. The minor/major
......infraction depends on the sport in question. Such as a red card
......in water polo is for …
19. Aldus Huxley relates a mescaline trip. I wonder if he returned

.....from his trip as an Alpha or an Episilon.
20. Bars … no wait, poverty ... maybe bars as well
21. Georgia
22. Jam
23. The Wright Brothers
25. “Yet Another Book About Italian Mobsters”
 

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17. Louisiana?
20. Unemployed?
23. The Wright Bros!
 
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14. Rogers & Hammerstein for sure. Is that "Hello Young Lovers"? from
the King and I?
 

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14..It is indeed "Hello Young Lovers". Good catch, ed4.

15..And rbny's solid with dialect/accent coach.

16..Pinot does best with "A flat".

17..VAUC appreciates what North Carolina does for folks.

18..NCor is correct that many sports use these cards. For soccer, see his reply.

19..VAUC & NCor with Aldous Huxley.

20..Poor people, bars and unemployment sound right...though maybe not to Reddingites.

21..Huskyb has Georgia.

22..Species of crab, making a comeback.

23..Pinot, VTC & NCor with Wright Bros.

24..VAUC is being our movie buff, nailing...oh wait; that might not be the proper verb in this case.
Oh yes, Susan George.

25..And VAUC again with The Sicilian.
 
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