Shakespeare called this couple a pair of "star-crossed lovers"
2. DISNEY MOVIES
Thumper is this title Disney character's best friend
The olfactory nerves affect this sense in the brain
4. BODIES OF WATER
This "colorful" body of water separates Saudi Arabia from Africa
5. COMMON BONDS
The bowler & the fez are both types of these
6. GREAT BRITS
King Henry VIII married this many Catherines
7. HARRY POTTER
It's the only mythological animal mentioned in a Harry Potter book title
In the South, hominy when ground is more popularly known as this
9. HISTORIC WOMEN
She made her solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932 in a record time of 14 hours 56 minutes
10. STOCK SYMBOLS
Smile & say cheese for this picture-perfect company whose stock symbol is EKDKQ
11. BEFORE & AFTER
King Arthur's special piece of furniture used at the beginning of a book to list what's inside
12. CAPITAL CITIES
This capital of New Zealand is the southernmost national capital in the world
13. POP CULTURE
In 2012 Psy got the record for most YouTube views ever, passing this former record holder
14. QUOTES FROM KIDS' BOOKS
This "Alice in Wonderland" character was "shouting, 'Off with his head!'"
15. SOUTH AFRICA
This was the term for the official policy of racial segregation in South Africa until 1994
Foxes, wolves & jackals all belong to this family of mammals
17. THE BIBLE
This book of the Bible recounts the departure of the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt
18. AROUND THE HOUSE
Tide detergent makes a version "plus" this whitening substance
You're on the money if you know a car with good brakes will stop on one of these
20. LITERARY CHARACTERS
This inspector mercilessly pursues Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables"
21. U.S. VICE PRESIDENTS
One of the 2 vice presidents who served under the first president ever to resign from office
22. STATE MOTTOES
This U.S. state is the "Land of Enchantment"
23. THE THEATER
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", not this author of the play
In 1979 Bob was the first one of these to be given a male name
25. NATIONAL PARKS
There are alligators in this 1.5 million-square-mile national park authorized in 1934
26. 2013 SPORTS NEWS
American teen Sloane Stephens upset this older U.S. female star at the Australian Open
"Red Rain" is a 2012 novel for adults by this man who scared kids with the "Fear Street" books
28. SUBATOMIC PARTICLES
With no electric charge, it's one of the fundamental particles making up an atom's nucleus
29. HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
This holiday was first observed under its current name on Nov. 11, 1954
30. ANCIENT HISTORY
In the 400s B.C. Kings Darius & Xerxes of this empire both were turned back trying to invade Greece
31. "F" IN LITERATURE
It's a synonym for "metaphorical"
32. MULTIPLE MEANINGS
A condition of uncertainty, or a West Indian party dance
33. SOCIAL MEDIA
"Votes" rather than "likes" are the currency of this website, live since '05
James Whistler's most famous work is an image from the early 1870s of this person
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and" this poet "took the one less traveled by"
36. WORLD GEOGRAPHY
It's Canada's most populous province
37. NAME THE BAND
"Little Lion Man", "I Will Wait" & "Below My Feet"; their name is 3 words, too
This Italian woman with her own design house is providing costumes for Baz Luhrmann's "Great Gatsby" movie
39. THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY
In Einstein's theory of relativity, "c" stands for this constant, about 186,000 miles per second
40. WORDS IN PHILOSOPHY
This word for the ideas of a 4th century B.C. philosopher can also mean ideal, as in a nonsexual friendship
41. RHYME TIME
A fresh team of rowers
42. COUNTRIES BY CITY
Lahore & Abbottabad are cities in this Asian country
43. U.S. GOVERNMENT
In 2013 the Senate moved to curtail this method by which one senator can hold up a bill
44. 19TH CENTURY AMERICA
A series of laws that tried to please both North & South was known as this deal "of 1850"
45. BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Khaled Hosseini wrote "The Kite Runner" James Dashner gave us this "Runner"
You may have studied these Chopin pieces whose name is French for "studies"
The volume of a cone is one-third the volume of this figure with the same radius & height
Chris Colfer, who plays this gay teenager, is one of the breakout stars of "Glee"
49. LITERARY CHARACTERS
A young pickpocket called the Artful Dodger is a companion of this title character
50. STARTS WITH "Z"
It's divided into 12 signs; what's yours?