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|1||Saturday Night Live is famous for beginning its shows with one of these a scene that precedes the titles|
|2||A comic verse says Sir James this/ Is a better man than you are/ None of you asses/ Can liquefy gases|
|3||Antarctica: A shape-shifting alien menaces helicopter pilot Kurt Russell|
|4||Not just Odysseus but his son visits this nymph who shares her name with a music style; Angelica Kauffman depicted his welcome|
|5||17th century essayist who was Lord Chancellor of England & 20th century painter of Head of a Woman (Lisa Sainsbury)|
|6||Once a residence of the Elector of Brandenburg it later got the vote to be the site of a conference late in WWII|
|7||The style of tap dancing that doesn't employ the taps is referred to as this|
|8||In a 1920s limerick There was a young lady named Bright/ Whose speed was far these 3 words; she gets back home before she left|
|9||Australia: Toni Collette longs to be a bride|
|10||Athena's Roman equivalent this goddess had a shrine on the Aventine that was a meeting place for writers & actors|
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