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History Generator Puzzle #7

Use the letters in the 3x3 grid to guess these historical answers. In addition, make the 9-letter name of a historical person.
Each grid letter may be used only once within an individual answer
Last updated: September 13, 2018
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9-Letter Person
Aristotle
Hint
Answer
Knight's title
Sir
Thrilla in Manila victor
Ali
Yugoslav dictator
Tito
Tax collector's punishment:
___ and Feather
Tar
Picasso or Michelangelo, e.g.
Artist
Former currency of Italy
Lira
Serbian "mad scientist"
Tesla
Zoot Suit or Rodney King, e.g.
Riot
Gandhi marched to the sea
to get this
Salt
New Mexico artist colony
Taos
Hint
Answer
Prohibition agent Ness
Eliot
Antiseptic surgery pioneer
Lister
Greek god of love
Eros
Native American expulsion:
Trail of _____
Tears
Neighbor of ancient Judah
Israel
Rivals of the Whigs (plural)
Tories
Fur baron John Jacob
Astor
Hieroglyphics decoding stone
Rosetta
WWII factory worker:
_____ the Riveter
Rosie
Sedan chair
Litter
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level 55
Jan 27, 2015
sedan chair: seat
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level 59
Jul 13, 2015
I put the same thing. I looked it up, and they're talking about the sedan that the guards used to carry out while the queen or whoever sat in it. "Seat" is right based on the way it's clued, so I'd recommend adding something to the clue to differentiate it.
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level ∞
Sep 13, 2018
Sorry, but seat is not the best answer.
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level 61
Dec 12, 2018
Sedan chair is also not the best clue. You really can't clarify it further?
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level 53
Feb 10, 2019
Doesn't need clarification. A "sedan chair" is a chair carried on two poles. In fact, if you Google just "sedan", that's the first definition. It only means a type of automobile in North America...
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level 59
Feb 18, 2015
Oiltaster?
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level 75
Feb 1, 2017
I came up with that, too. Someone in history must have been an oil taster!
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level 68
Dec 12, 2018
Oil Can Boyd had to get that nickname from somewhere.
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level 41
Mar 9, 2015
fur baron John Jacob, my brain finished that with Jingleheimer Schmidt and then couldn't get it out. Sometime my brain doesn't work how I would like. Also couldn't think of anything other than Jacobite for the Whig one, I blame that on my currently reading Kidnapped. I enjoyed the quiz despite my malfunctioning brain.
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level 75
Jul 13, 2015
I feel your pain.
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level 61
Sep 14, 2018
This pain is my pain too
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level 78
Dec 12, 2018
I've read an awful lot of comments on this site, and cryingbook's here has to be one of my all-time favorites.
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level 55
Jul 13, 2015
I did the same thing with John Jacob.
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level 73
Apr 9, 2015
so Gandhi DIDN'T march to the sea to get toast? How 'bout that.
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level 66
Jul 21, 2015
I tried "rest." I'd think after walking to the sea, he'd be tired. Especially since he didn't eat much. :D
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level 66
Feb 17, 2017
I chuckled for an embarrassingly long time at this comment.
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level 69
Dec 12, 2018
Before I came up with "Tories" I was hung up on the U.S. Whigs, and I knew the letters were not available for "Democrats".
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level 58
Dec 12, 2018
Not sure anyone in the world refers to the LA riots as the Rodney King riots.
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level 66
Dec 12, 2018
"Rodney King riots" gets around 112,000 hits on Google, including articles from NBC News, Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, the LA Times, and the New York Times. So, it's not unheard-of.
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level 68
Dec 12, 2018
Maybe its just me, but I don't love when there's 3-letter responses on these quizzes. They just seem like cheap filler when there are still other good answers that could be used. It's like using 2-letter answers in Boggle.
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level 54
Dec 15, 2018
Or Scrabble. (two letter words in Scrabble are one of my pet peeves).
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level 74
Mar 27, 2019
I think you only officially get scoring words in boggle for 3 and up but they are pretty pointless as you just try to stop the other guy cashing in. I can't see what is wrong with 2 letter words in scrabble; the idea is to score high and use up letters first and sometimes two tiles are the best way to do that.
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level 38
Dec 12, 2018
What does a riot have to do with Zoot suits?
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level 75
Dec 12, 2018
I had to look that one up, too. They both occurred in LA.
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level 49
Dec 13, 2018
Well, the right letters are -- could have made the answer L.A. riots.
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level 49
Dec 13, 2018
Most interesting unclued answer I found: Lestat.
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level 57
Dec 13, 2018
Tesla was not Serbian. His prime ethnic identity was "Yugoslav," he was born in what is now Croatia and became an American.
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