An oil used to finish furniture.
A popular Jamaican-American singer, actor, and social activist who has been heralded as the "King of Calypso."
A horror film from 1973 about the demonic possession of a young woman.
A fictional cylindrical creature that lives on a desert planet.
A miniature, three-dimensional representation of a place.
A "young urban professional," often with slightly derogatory connotations.
A vivarium used to house ants and simulate their colonies.
The mother and father from the sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet in the 1950s and 60s. Their family is considered "TV's first family" and is known for its wholesome tone.
A building with a toilet, but no plumbing, disconnected from the main house.
An American retail store specializing in New England clothing and outdoor recreation equipment.
Short for monosodium glutamate, a commonly occurring amino acid found in cheese and tomatoes, among other foods.
A room a photographer uses to develop film.
rural area, far from city life.
A key that fits in many locks.
An American experimental theatre company founded in 1947.
events that exceed accepted scientific understanding.