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|1||Used to dilate the pupils atropine is commonly derived from this plant whose name means beautiful lady|
|2||In 2 kings this king of Babylon cut in pieces all the vessels of gold... in the Temple of the Lord|
|3||A room at the U.S. Department of the Interior is named for this author of Silent Spring|
|4||This process reduces fat globules in milk into small particles that are evenly distributed so the cream doesn't rise to the top|
|5||Much of this thriller based on a James Dickey novel was filmed in Northeastern Georgia & on the Chattooga River|
|6||She's the author of the female empowerment bestseller Untamed & the wife of Abby Wambach|
|7||It's the text or book of an opera or a musical|
|8||There's a lot of smiting & destroying after this group steals the Ark of God; things don't end well for Goliath either|
|9||After his term as vice president he was reelected to the Senate from Minnesota in 1970|
|10||Here's a vitriolic clue--the lead-chamber process produces this acid that doesn't react with lead|
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