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Pablo Picasso. Good one!

Onnicle: "I missed the hadj? Oh, no! There's no way next year's trip to Mecca could compare to this year's."

Clue: An actor who, as a young man, met Wyatt Earp on a movie set.

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Pablo Picasso. Good one!

Onnicle: "I missed the hadj? Oh, no! There's no way next year's trip to Mecca could compare to this year's."

Clue: An actor who, as a young man, met Wyatt Earp on a movie set.


John Wayne!

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Onniclue: Drop dead eminent Actress

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Demi Moore!

Onnicle: "I put carob in, so now it tastes like chocolate. And I colored it a bland ecru, so everyone will be surprised by the strong flavor."

Clue: Not Captain Cook, but an island dweller, nonetheless.

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"I put carob in, so now it tastes like chocolate. And I colored it a bland ecru, so everyone will be surprised by the strong flavor."

Robinson Crusoe

Onnicle: They interviewed a self-professed nomad on National Geographic.

OnniClue: If papa had only preached.


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They interviewed a self-professed nomad on National Geographic.

Onnicle: her malady produces many a gag and tortured look.
omniclue: the malady lingers on

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LADY GAGA!

Onnicle: The old French couple paid their vingtième with materials they gleaned from above the timber line

Clue: The Melody Lingers On


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LADY GAGA!

Onnicle: The old French couple paid their vingtième with materials they gleaned from above the timber line

Clue: The Melody Lingers On


Onnicle: My current mania for trivia gradually occupies more and more of my scarce time!

Onniclue: Life has its ups and downs...

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My current mania for triVIA GRAdually occupies more and more of my scarce time!

The generic name of which is (observe at your own risk)...
Click to reveal..
mycoxaflopin


Onnicle: "My six-dollar Trojan is ripped! I'll bet this never happened to great men like Jefferson, Tojo, Pliny the Elder, or even Bill Clinton!"

Clue: You could say this left the poor guy busted flat

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My six-dollar Trojan is ripped! I'll bet this never happened to great men like Jefferson, Tojo, Pliny the Elder, or even Bill Clinton!"

Onnicle: If anagram bores you try a more complicated form of amusement.

Clue: No need to bleed

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Onnicle: If anagram bores you try a more complicated form of amusement.

Clue: No need to bleed


Is there more? It took me a bit to find that, but I'm not sure if you have more in there! Nice one! (And you said you couldn't do it.... bah!) :0)

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