"That was " : 2 answers – Crossword-Clue
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'30s dance that was all the rage 'That was close!' " . . . all that was pleasant ___": Goldsmith " . . . destruction that wasteth at ___": Psalm 91 "A virtue that was ___ . . . ": Shak. "Ahhh" and "Whew, that was close!" "And the ___ that was Rome": Poe "Boy, that was close!" "Floral" film that was the Best Picture of 1989 "Ha, that was funny" "I told you that was going to happen" "Making the Band" band that was, aptly, from Orlando "Man, that was close!" "Now that was funny!" "Now that wasn't ___, was it?" "That was __ a surprise" "That was ___ ..." "That was ___" (not imagined) "That was a catty remark!" "That was a close call!" "That was a close one!" "That was a close one!" noise "That was a no-no" "That was a real good try" "That was a sad movie" "That was awesome of me!" "That was awesome, dude" "That was awful!" "That was bad of you!" "That was bad" "That was delicious!" "That was devilish of me" "that was easy." company "That was easy" "That was easy" sloganeer "That was easy" store "That was exhausting!" "That was funny!" "That was my best effort, coach" "That was my best effort" "That was my cue" "That was no ___ . . . " "That was no ___..." "That was no joke!" "That was normal for me once" "That was perfect!" "That was pretty mean!" "That was really touching" "That was soooo funny..." "That was sure something!" "That was the best ice cream soda I ever tasted" "That was the last straw!" "That was the truth" "That was the turnoff!" "That Was The Week That Was" host "That Was the Week That Was" songwriter "That was what I meant after all" command "That was Zen, this is ___" (bumper sticker) "That was Zen, this is ___" (philosophy pun) "That wasn't a joke!!" "That wasn't an empty threat!" "That wasn't exactly how it happened" "That wasn't good!" "That wasn't nice!" "That wasn't the group for me" "Travelin' ___" (Dolly Parton song from "Transamerica" that was nominated for an Oscar) "Well, that was a no-brainer!" "Well, that was stupid of me!" [ ] that was the creation of an architect born 4/26/1917 1864 battle site that was the source of the quote "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!" 1940 Crosby/Lamour/Hope film that was the first of a "travel" series 1952 Doris Day hit that was an even bigger hit for the Lettermen in 1961 1955 sci-fi film that was one of the first to use Technicolor 1955 novel that was made into 1962 and 1997 films 1959 hit that was a 1948 political campaign song 1960's doo-wop group that was a one-hit wonder, with "the" 1964 album that was #1 for 11 weeks 1968 hit that was the inspiration for a 1978 movie and a 1981 TV series 1968 sci-fi film that was remade in 2001 1970 #1 hit that was later found to be a ripoff of "He's So Fine" 1971 film that was Cybill Shepherd's debut, with "The" 1972 top 10 hit that was over 7 minutes long 1974 film that was Jonathan Demme's directorial debut 1977 George Burns film that was "an almighty laugh" 1990s TV series title that was also a phone number 1996 song that was #1 for 14 weeks 1998 song by the Goo Goo Dolls that was #1 for 18 weeks 1999 memoir that was a bestseller 2003 OutKast hit that was #1 for nine weeks 2004 biopic that was a Best Picture nominee 2006 film that was an Internet phemonenon before it was released 2006 Brad Pitt film that was a Best Picture nominee Ace of Base song that was the #1 hit of 1994 Achille ___ (cruise ship that was a 1985 terrorism site) Adriatic port that was the birthplace of Rossini Ancient Greek region that was home to Heraclitus Asian capital that was from 2004-07 home of the world's tallest building Ballpark in Philly that was imploded in March 2004 Band that was originally called Helium Kidz Beetle that was all the rage in ancient Egypt Birthstone that was the name of a Hitchcock film Bumper sticker, "That was Zen, this is ___' California city that was the Bionic Woman's hometown California city that was the longtime host of the World's Wristwrestling Championship California town that was named for its indigenous cougars Capital that was home to Oldsmobile Capital that was the scene of 2009 mass demonstrations Car that was always black Car that was the subject of a 1964 top 10 hit Carolina river that was Foster's original choice for "Way Down Upon the Swanee River" Carrier that was affiliated with Trump Shuttle Cartoon character that was one of the first images transmitted on TV Cartoon character that was the first Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon Cat that was born free CBS spinoff that was filmed mostly in California Cheese that was removed from 11-Down Cheese that was removed from 17-Across Cheese that was removed from 34-Down Cheese that was removed from 56-Across City that was home to the first car in Russia City that was the site of three battles in the Seven Years' War City that was the source of the marble for Michelangelo's "David" City where people had sex with angels, and somehow that was bad Classic Bob Marley song that was a 1973 hit for Johnny Nash Classic song about an Irish lass that was a #1 hit in 1913 and 1947 College that was a center of abolitionism Colony that was founded when the Duke of York gave part of his colony to Berkeley and Carteret Common restaurant offering that was Julia Child's last meal Company that was the subject of "The Smartest Guys in the Room" Computer that was designed to calculate W.W.II artillery firing tables Copy of "Atlas Shrugged" that was ordered? Creator of TV's island that "wasn't just an island" Device that was dial-up in its early days Diamond that was rough Drug that was dropped in the '60s Dwarf planet that was originally called Xena Elvis Presley soundtrack album that was No. 1 for 20 weeks Ethan Hawke film that was made over the course of eleven years Failed school curriculum that was the subject of the 1973 book "Why Johnny Can't Add" Fanny Brice song that was a Streisand hit Field work that was award-winning Film that was Bette Midler's starring debut First Super Bowl that was actually called a Super Bowl Fleet that was permanently retired in 2003 Fleet that was very fleet Florida city that was once home to the world's largest Shuffleboard club Folk song that was a 1958 #1 hit Food additive that was included in Time's 50 Worst Inventions Ford that was a flop French city that was the birthplace of the Concorde French forest region that was the site of the final offensive of World War I Friday program that was never actually shown on Friday Garden outside Jerusalem that was the scene of the agony and betrayal of Jesus Garment that was No. 1 on Time's 2007 list of "Fashion Must-Haves" Gemstone that was once alive German city that was once part of Prussia German city that was the 2010 European Capital of Culture Go to this Vermont area to hike the Long Trail that was the inspiration for the Appalachian Trail God killed him but not specifically because he spilled his "seed," though that was also bad Godzilla contemporary that was a a giant flying turtle Goethe play that was banned Gollum line from "The Two Towers" that was the only 21st-century quote on AFI's 2005 list of 100 movie quotes from 100 years Gossip show that was recently hoaxed on a fake JFK photo Gp. that was an antagonist in "Milk" Gp. that was the object of a noted 1999 protest Greek island that was a source of fine white marble in ancient times Group that was second only to the Beatles in '60s #1 hits Hip-hop word that was a controversial New York Times crossword entry Hit that was half as big for Tennessee Ernie Ford? House that was a mark of wealth in the 19th century Internet news source that was the first to break the Clinton/Lewinsky story Irish folk song that was a Grammy-winning vehicle for Metallica Irving Berlin standard that begins "Gone is the romance that was so divine" Island nation that was the setting of a 2005 "Survivor" season It's the end of The World!...or not, since that was the first company to provide access to it in 1989 Jet that was retired in 2003 Judge Lance of a 1995 high profile trial that was 8-Down Ke$ha song that was #1 on Billboard's 2010 annual pop chart Ken Ludwig farce that was nominated for Best Play Kimono-accessory store that was not demolished in an earthquake? L.A. band that was almost a dozen? Last year that was a palindrome, in Roman numerals Lioness that was born free Machine that was called the "Giant Brain" Machine that was often cloned Mardi Gras song that was a 1965 hit for the Dixie Cups Maui locale that was once the capital of the kingdom of Hawaii Midwest college town that was an Underground Railroad stop Mineral that was vegetable Mistletoe branch that was Aeneas' pass to the underworld Movie award that was first given in 1944 Movie that was shot in "3-B" -- "three beers and it looks good" Name of several movie brothers that was changed from Wonskolaser NASA program that was the first to photograph another planet Nemesis of "that wascally wabbit" New Jersey city that was home to Walt Whitman New Jersey village that was the first ever to be incandescently lit News agency that was the first to report on Sputnik Nickname of the university that was the site of a 1962 desegregation drama Nickname that was a tribute to a Native American
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