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___ Andronicus (Shakespeare's mad general) ___ Shaker (band with the 1996 hit "Govinda") ___ Sisters (Shakespearean witches) ___-hoo (shaken beverage brand) ''__ Andronicus'' (Shakespeare play) ''Julius __'' (Shakespeare play) ''Let's shake on it!'' ''Shake!'' offering ''Shakespeare in Love'' weapons 'Shake well before ___' 'Shake, ___ and Roll' 'Shake, Rattle, and --' 'Shakespeare in Love' co-star "___ Andronicus" (Shakespearean tragedy) "___ shall live your epitaph to make": Shakespeare's Sonnet 81 "___ soon shake your windows . . . ": Dylan "___ that Shakespeherian Rag": T. S. Eliot "___ that Shakespeherian Rag": T.S. Eliot "___ uncertain actor on the stage" (Shakespearean sonnet start) "Actresses" in Shakespeare's Globe productions "Aladdin" villain named for a Shakespeare character "And ___ shake the spheres": Dryden "Antony and Cleopatra" is the only Shakespeare play to have one (in Act IV) "Come on baby, shake somethin' __" SRV "Coverdale and Page" song "Shake My ___" "I challenge you to a dance duel to see who can shake their ass the naughtiest!"? "Is Shakespeare Dead?" writer "Julius ___" (Shakespeare tragedy) "Kings are ___ gods": Shakespeare's "Pericles" "Pericles, Prince of ___" (Shakespeare play) "Rough ___ shake . . . ": Shak. "Rough winds do shake the darling buds of ___": Shak. "Saw the air too much with your hand," in Shakespeare's words "Shake ___" (1981 song by the Cars) "Shake a ___!" ("Hurry!") "Shake a leg!" "Shake a leg" and "break a leg" "Shake it all about" at a kids' party "Shake it like a Polaroid picture" song "Shake It Up" band, with "the" "Shake Loose My Skin" author Sanchez "Shake Loose My Skin" poet Sanchez "Shake well," e.g. "Shake Ya Tailfeather" Grammy winner "Shake, Rattle and Roll" singer "Shaken, not stirred" cocktail "Shakespeare in Amer. Communities" co-sponsor "Shakespeare in Love" Oscar winner "Shakespeare in Love" Oscar winner Dench "Shakespeare in Love" props "Shakespeare in Love" role "Shakespeare in Love" star "Shakespeare in Love" swords "Sit," "stay," or "shake," e.g. "Tales from Shakespear" cowriter "Tales From Shakespeare" writer "That time of year thou ___ in me behold" (Shakespeare's Sonnet 73) "The ___," Shakespeare's last complete play "The Complete Works of Shakespeare," e.g. "The Shakespeare of Sweden" "They go offstage," in Shakespeare plays "Two shakes" equivalent *Era in which Shakespeare wrote most of his plays *Shakespeare play that inspired a Verdi opera #1 hits like "All About That Balsa" and "Shake It Oak"? 007 prefers them "shaken, not stirred" 19th-century Shakespearean actor Edmund 31/42-Across in a Shakespeare tragedy 1606 play of the Shakespeare apocrypha, with "The" 1930 novel that takes its title from Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" 1999 Oscar winner for "Shakespeare in Love" A fair shake in Hawaii A lot of Shakespeare's writing A shake in the grass? A Shakespeare contemporary Abbr. after Shaker or Cleveland Abbr. with Shaker or Brooklyn Abbreviation with Shaker or Brooklyn About whom Shakespeare wrote "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale / Her infinite variety" Abridged Shakespeare play featuring only a famous soliloquy? Actor Colin of "Shakespeare in Love" All the world, to Shake-speare An edition of Shakespeare's plays Ann ___, founder of the Shakers in America Another Shakespearean verb Antepenultimate and penultimate words of the penultimate sentence of a Shakespeare character Athenian Shakespeare character Athenian Shakespeare hero Banana liqueur drink shaken over ice Bond likes these "shaken, not stirred" Bond likes this shaken, not stirred Bond's is shaken, not stirred Boyfriend in Shakespeare's time Break, shake or take follower Brief Shakespearean reproach Cause of a shake-up Cedar shake alternative Character in three Shakespeare plays Chemist's shaker contents Child's toy in the shape of a Shakespeare character? Cocktail-shaker item Colorful command to a Shakespeare character? Command to shake a leg Comment after a shake in the morning? Common Shakespearean theme Compound in a shaker, chemically Contents of a Shakespearean purse Corporate shake-up, for short Corporate shake-ups, briefly Cry with the shake of a pompom D.C. mover and shaker: Abbr. Dark one of Shakespeare's sonnets Daughter in Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" Dench of "Shakespeare in Love" Descriptive of a Shakespearean theater marketer's job? Do a Shakespearean bit Doublet front, in Shakespeare's day Dramatist of Shakespeare's day Drunk's shakes, for short Duke in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" Duke of ___, Shakespearean character Earl in Shakespearean England Early 17th-century year in which Shakespeare's father died Early Shakespearean tragedy Educator who once famously compared the lyrics of 2 Live Crew to Shakespeare's [sic] "O my luve's like a red, red rose" End of a Shakespeare title English martyr Sir John, the model for Shakespeare's Falstaff Envious Shakespeare character Famed modern producer of Shakespearean plays Famed Shakespearean last words First ___: Shakespeare collection Five-act Shakespeare play FLETCHER-SHAKESPEARE PLAY, WITH "THE" French shaker contents Georgia Satellites "Shaken Not ___" Give a fair shake to Give someone a shake, say Glass who shocked the internet by tweeting that Shakespeare sucks Golfer Love or Shakespearian Richard Govt. org. with a Shakespeare in American Communities initiative Greek misanthrope about whom Shakespeare wrote a play Group of ghostwriters for a Shakespeare poem? He said "Shaken, not stirred"? Head-shaker's sounds Head-shakers' syllables His Bond never said "Shaken, not stirred" His martinis are shaken, not stirred His version of "Othello" holds the record for longest-running Shakespeare production on Broadway Home of a Canadian Shakespeare festival Home to a Shakespearean prince Hula dancers shake them In Shakespeare, the star in "The star is fall'n" Instrument featured in some Shakespeare plays Instrument popular in Shakespeare's day Instrument shaker at the end of a minstrel troupe Is able to, Shakespearean-style It can make a cookie shake crunchy It makes people shake their fists at their TVs It may be poised for a shake out It may be shaken but not stirred It may be shaken by a court It may be shaken in anger It may be shaken on It may be shaken out It might be shaken next to a field It's shaken "off the lily," euphemistically It's shaken at the table It's shaken but not stirred It's shaken on the bandstand It's shaken out It's shaken outside a house, not in Jilted American suitor's echo of a Shakespearean title Joseph who brought Shakespeare to Central Park Joseph who founded the New York Shakespeare Festival Joseph who started Shakespeare in the Park King in a Shakespeare tragedy King in a Shakespearean tragedy Kula Shaker "Ol' Jack ___" Large-scale shake-up Latin for "always shake the soda bottle"? Less shake than a quake Like a milk shake or an egg cream Like a shake roof Like a Shakespearean "Ta-da!" Like Kate, at the end of a Shakespeare play Like many characters in Shakespeare's dramas Like many of Shakespeare's protagonists Like many Shakespeare plays Like much of Shakespeare's verse Like much Shakespearean dialogue Like shakers and movers Like Shakespeare and Bacon Like Shakespeare's Eng. Like Shakespeare's feet? Like Shakespeare's Othello Like Shakespeare's Prospero, e.g. Like Shakespeare's sleave Like Shakespeare's sonnets Like Shakespeare's Valentine and Proteus Like Shakespeare's wives
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