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_____ jetLEAR 4
''All in the Family'' producerLEAR 4
AuthorLEAR 4
''The Jeffersons'' producer NormanLEAR 4
"Come not between the dragon and his wrath" speakerLEAR 4
"I am a man more sinn'd against than sinning" speakerLEAR 4
"Which of you shall we say doth love us most?" askerLEAR 4
"Which of you shall we say doth love us most?" speakerLEAR 4
"More sinn'd against than sinning" protagonist of ShakespeareLEAR 4
"I am a very foolish fond old man" speakerLEAR 4
"More sinn'd against than sinning" monarchLEAR 4
"Oh, that way madness lies" speakerLEAR 4
"King ___," quotation sourceLEAR 4
"O! let me not be mad" speakerLEAR 4
"That way madness lies" speakerLEAR 4
"There was an old man ..." poetLEAR 4
"King __" (play with the line "He's mad that trusts in the tameness of a wolf ...")LEAR 4
"King __" (play in which The Fool appears)LEAR 4
"Nonsense" authorLEAR 4
"Runcible spoon" coinerLEAR 4
"Maude" creator Norman with 4 letters
"Maude" creator NormanLEAR 4
"Maude" producer NormanLEAR 4
1953 Welles roleLEAR 4
"King _____"LEAR 4
"Laughable Lyrics" writerLEAR 4
"Laughable Lyrics" poetLEAR 4
"There was an Old Man with a beard" writerLEAR 4
"Book of Nonsense" authorLEAR 4
"Sanford and Son" co-producerLEAR 4
"Sanford and Son" producerLEAR 4
"Sanford and Son" producer NormanLEAR 4
"King ___" (Shakespeare)LEAR 4
"All in the Family" producer NormanLEAR 4
"All in the Family" creator NormanLEAR 4
"Good Times" producerLEAR 4
"The Jeffersons" writer NormanLEAR 4
"The Jumblies" poetLEAR 4
"The Owl and the Pussycat" poet EdwardLEAR 4
"The Owl and the Pussycat" poetLEAR 4
"The Owl and the Pussy-Cat" poetLEAR 4
"The Owl and the Pussy Cat" writerLEAR 4
"The Owl and the Pussy-Cat" penner EdwardLEAR 4
"A Book of Nonsense" author, 1846LEAR 4
Self-described "poor, infirm, weak, and despised old man" of literatureLEAR 4
Shakespearean character who calls himself "a very foolish fond old man"LEAR 4
Character who said "sharper than a serpent's tooth"LEAR 4
Shakespeare's "very foolish fond old man"LEAR 4
Writer who coined the term "runcible spoon"LEAR 4
Edward who popularized the limerickLEAR 4
Writer who popularized limericksLEAR 4

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