Chancery is a branch of the court system in England and Wales.
A molded piece of glass or ceramic; often very fragile.
A sedative used to treat short-term insomnia.
A chemical compound used to create lethal poisons.
A type of European sports car manufactured in the early twentieth century.
A literary term that denotes any types of literature, film, or art grouped similarly based on particular characteristics. This can also refer to a type of popular literature with a narrow subject meant for entertainment.
A device for recording and playing recorded music or sound.
A British denomination of money.
A needle used in medicine for injecting liquids through the skin.
A British term for waterproof clothing.
A period marked by particular architecture, literature, film, and other art forms during the first and middle parts of the twentieth century. Modernism offered stark and realist interpretations of the world.
A town in South Africa.
A British expression denoting a guess, or suspicion.
Pukka sahib is a Hindi term used for British military officers during the early twentieth century. It denotes an aloof, impartial, incorruptible arbiter of the political fate of a large part of the earth's surface.
sine qua non
Sine qua non refers to an indispensable and essential action.
A shorthand term for the British government, which is a constitutional monarchy.
An inexpensive piece of beef -- the tongue of a cow -- that often comes in cans.
And Then There Were None Questions and Answers
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