Cajole (starts with the same letter)

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1 JFK's brother-in-law Sargent Shriver was president of this intl. sports program for people with intellectual disabilities
2 For spring try a dress in the purplish color of this 5-letter spring bloomer Syringa vulgaris
3 Barry Gordon provided the voice of Donatello in nearly 200 episodes of this reptilian cartoon dude
4 Departure
5 Town & Country's combo for a Oaxacan Old Fashioned has mezcal bitters & Corralejo Reposado this booze
6 A famous sonnet asks Shall I compare thee to this? Thou art more lovely and more temperate
7 Woman in Red Anna Sage actually wore an orange skirt as this gangster was killed in 1934; hope going to that movie was worth it!
8 These four letters made waves in the 1960s as when Jean Shrimpton wore an early version of this dress at a stodgy racing event
9 Harry Shearer was in the 1957 pilot of this sitcom as an Eddie Haskell-like boy along with Casey Adams in the role of Ward Cleaver
10 Mausoleum
11 The alcoholic seven in a Seven & Seven is from this whiskey brand
12 The life marriages & personal growth of Janie Crawford are detailed in Zora Neale Hurston's classic Their Eyes Were doing this
13 Maria Clemm was this poet's aunt & after he married Maria's daughter Virginia his mom-in-law; quoth the host... uuuuugh
14 This word for a big billowy skirt is a homophone of a word meaning disappear
15 Nev & Kamie help people figure out if their online loves are real on this MTV show
16 Prima donna as an opera star or otherwise
17 I say this booze you're a fine booze what a good booze you would be in a Sidecar with triple sec lemon juice & a lemon wedge
18 This Pulitzer Prize winner & New Yorker contributor wrote Catch and Kill: Lies Spies and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators
19 In 1791 he built a coalition against Alexander Hamilton's father-in-law to win a Senate seat; that did not end well
20 brides.com says the stiffer this T fabric the better the quality--doesn't sound comfy
21 From 2000 until 2003 John Ritter was the voice of this colorful canine on PBS
22 Forehead
23 This brand offers a 3-step recipe: 1) put ice in a highball glass; 2) pour its Old No. 7 over ice; 3) top with Coke
24 It's Double Fudge when 2 cousins both named Farley Drexel Hatcher meet in a tale by this legendary children's author
25 Some rough ends for this 1930s crime family--Arthur was killed trying to escape prison; Lloyd by his wife & Fred & Ma by the FBI
26 Go vintage with the look of this era named for a king from 1901 to 1910
27 Episodes of this Adult Swim stop-motion show include Junk in the Trunk Lust for Puppets & Toy Meets Girl
28 A Last-Word cocktail combines gin maraschino liqueur lime juice & this liqueur from France that gave its name to a color
29 The first published novel by this author of The Moonstone was 1850's Antonina; or The Fall of Rome
30 This French national anthem is heard in the 1812 Overture
31 Harking back to the Bible other names for it include the Sea of Lot & the Sea of Sodom
32 She attended the Wright-Humason School for the Deaf before going to Radcliffe where she graduated cum laude in 1904
33 In Hawaii May 1 is celebrated as this floral day that also rhymes with May Day
34 The Nazi high command gets locked inside a burning Paris theater in this 2009 Tarantino movie
35 Because they live off of hosts skin mites & lice are classified as these
36 Beethoven's Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor is better known as this after the inscription on the autograph score
37 Nunivak & the Pribilof Islands are among the largest in this sea
38 The daughter of Chinese refugees architect Maya Lin designed this Washington D.C. monument
39 Every year Jerusalem has a relay race with torches to celebrate this holiday
40 As an American Werewolf in this city David Naughton is beckoned into a theater where he's confronted by his zombified victims
41 To take the words or ideas of another & pass them off as your own
42 An der schönen blauen Donau is the German name of this waltz
43 Named for certain sea life it merges with the Tasman Sea to the south
44 In an 1851 speech this formerly enslaved abolitionist & a feminist wondered Ain't I a woman?
45 Retailer Fred Lazarus Jr. lobbied FDR & got this holiday moved to always leave about 4 weeks to shop before Christmas
46 Lon Chaney haunted the title theater in the 1925 film version of this Gaston Leroux novel
47 To do this process heat milk to 161 degrees hold it there for 15 seconds & then rapidly cool
48 The soundtrack of Apocalypse Now includes this piece from a Wagner opera
49 Indonesia's most populous island shares its name with this sea to the north
50 This groundbreaking journalist went undercover as a patient to expose the horrible conditions in a psychiatric hospital
51 Often happening the same week as America's birthday Canada Day is on this date
52 In The Shawshank Redemption a prison theater crowd watching Gilda erupts when this title actress flips her hair
53 From a Latin word for powder it means to pound or grind something into a powder
54 On the Trail is a movement from this Suite Ferde Grofe's most famous
55 With a maximum depth of only about 46 feet the Sea of this to the east of Crimea is the world's shallowest sea
56 This soprano of Greek heritage had an often tempestous & public romance with Aristotle Onassis
57 In the anniversary year 1892 Benjamin Harrison urged observance of a holiday honoring this pioneer of progress
58 Elisa & Giles live above the Orpheum Cinema in this 2017 del Toro Best Picture Oscar winner
59 Of the 3 traditional birthstones for August it's the green one


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