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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow

Part One. Beyond the Zero

Episode 16 (120-136)

The very first touch: he'd be saying something mean, a bit of the usual Mexico self-reproach -ah you don't know me I'm really a bastard sort of thing -"No," she went to put her fingers to his lips, "don't say that... ."

Gravity's Rainbow, p. 120

10
16: 122 ([Jessica] looks only 9 or -) Span | Number
104°
16: 131 Span | Bodies
(1939-1945)
16: 129 (the intricate needs of the Anglo-American Empire -) Span | World War II
1942
16: 127 Span | Year
4:30
16: 121 Span | Time
60
16: 135 (- miles up, the rockets hanging [...]) Span | Number
7
16: 135 (- pounds) Span | Number
8
16: 135 (- ounces) Span | Number
88
16: 135 (when the - fell) Span | Weapon
9
16: 122 ([Jessica] looks only - or 10) Span | Number
In dulci jubilo
Nun singet und seid froh!
Unsers Herzens Wonne
Leit in praesipio,
Leuchtet vor die Sonne
Matris in gremio.
Alpha es et O.

16: 129 Song/Music | Germany
O Jesu parvule
Nach dir ist mir so weh . . .
16: 136 Song/Music | Germany
aah
16: 133 (-s) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
absentee
16: 131 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Adults Only
16: 135 (it's - only in here tonight) Entertaiment | Movies
Advent
16: 128 ([Jessica] was remembering other -s), 128 (these days of -) Span | Religion
adversary
16: 135 (Lower in the sky the flying bombs are out too, roaring like the -), 135 (banish the -) Capitalised Fictional Character | Books
Alasils
16: 132 (headaches no - can ease.) Brand | Medicine
all
16: 126 (any at -, Jack) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
all-day
16: 136 Orthography All-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
American
16: 127 (- fliers in leather lined with sheep's wool) Nationality | United States
Angel
16: 134 (where the -s sing new songs) Angels/Religion | Religion
Anglo-American Empire
16: 129 (the intricate needs of the - (1939-1945)) Span | World War II
"anything"
16: 125 (-!, [...], - [...]) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
arc-lamp
16: 134 (-s) Antiquated Device | Light
are
16: 121 (We - quite the jet-propelled one aren’t we, only half an hour late.), 123 (What - they doing, Prigsbury) Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Army
16: 122 ([Jessica's} - blouse) Organisation | Violence
baby-blanket
16: 132 (-s) Orthography Children | Vocabulary
balloon-bivouac
16: 127 (from bomber fields, -s, pillboxes over the beach) Orthography Objects | War
Bavarian
16: 125 (some neurotic - cuckoo clock of a village) Germany
BBC
16: 127 (a - swing band is blaring hotly syncopated Christmas music) Organisation | United Kingdom
Beaver
16: 121, 127 Last Name Characters | United Kingdom
bed-going
16: 130 (- complaints) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Big and Little Anita
16: 129 (-, Stiletto May, Plongette) Figures | Background
Big Ben
16: 133 Monument | London
Blitz
16: 120 Events | World War II
Bofors
16: 121 (- door-knocking against [Jessica's] sky) Device | Weapon
Boxing Day
16: 132 Span | Day
boy
16: 127 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
"breathe"
16: 122 (most rooms [...] -) Act | Bodies
bride-to-be
16: 131 (middleclass -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
bright-Swiss
16: 131 Description | Colours
Bulge
16: 135 (the chaplains out in the -) Events | World War II
Burma
16: 132 (the eyes from -) Countries/Around the World | Asia
Bwweeeaaaagghh
16: 125 (Christmas. -) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Caius Julius Caesar
16: 136 (no longer who the -s say you are) Last Name Politician | Antiquity
can
16: 133 (the sky - show us a light) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
CBI (= China-Burma-India theatre of World War II)
16: 132 Conflicts | World War II
Central Electricity Board
16: 133 Agencies | World War II
Central European
16: 123 (some sort of - government-in-exile) Region/Around the World | Europe
child-pink
16: 129 (Roger's skin more -) Orthography Description | Colours
child-surrogate
16: 131 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
child-voice
16: 128 (-s singing for sixpences) Orthography Sound | Bodies
chill-dropleted
16: 134 (arc-lamps [...] too - for holocaust) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Chinese
16: 128 (- and French girls {in Jamaica]) Ethnicity/Around the World | China
Christ
16: 135 (the news of -) Person from | Christianity
Christmas
16: 125 (-. Bwweeeaaaagghh), 126 (this seventh - of the War), 127 (- music), 128 (- air), 131, 132 (this orgy of - greeting), 133 (the - game), 133, 135 (- star) Calendar | Christianity
chrome-sprung
16: 132 Orthography Alloy | Chemistry
church-interior
16: 130 (- shadows) Orthography Church (Building)/Religion | Religion
Churchill
16: 135 (How about -?) Last Name Politician | United Kingdom
cioé
16: 132 (playing "dead" --, conditionally alive) Language/Dictionary | Italian
clock-hand
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Device | Time
Coca-Cola -Cokes
16: 128 (O have you seen my darlin’ Lola, with a shape like a bottle of -) Soda/Drinking | United States
Controlling Agency
16: 124 (as psychic-unity-with-the--) Orthography Agencies | Psi Section
cop-face
16: 123 Orthography Description | Bodies
cordite
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of tungsten, -, high-octane?) Alloy | Weapon
counter-tenor
16: 128 (one black face, a - Jamaican corporal), 129 Orthography Counter-series/Dictionary | Music
'cowardly, cowardly custard'
16: 122 ([Roger] called me -) Insult | Vocabulary
ctenophile
16: 123 (Making a show of looking for his comb which is, as usual, lost, suspect is known as a notorious - . . .) Rare Language/Dictionary | Neologism
"dead"
16: 132 (playing -) Terminology | Life
dead-leaf
16: 132 (- somnolence) Orthography Description | Time
death
16: 126 (a somber youth, squarely founded on -), 126 (-'s ride) Capitalised Events | Life
death-institutions
16: 126 Orthography Description | Death
December-dawn
16: 125 Orthography Description | Light
does
16: 125 (- [lady London] carry the fatal infection inside herself?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
doing
16: 123 (What are they -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Doing the Same Things
16: 121 (- with Jeremy) Description | Sex
door-knocking
16: 121 Orthography Act | Vocabulary
Dorset
16: 124 Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
Dr. Edward W.A. Pointsman
16: 125 (-'s obsession with the reversal of sound stimuli) Characters | The White Visitation
Duchess
16: 135 Theatre | London
Dumbo the elephant
16: 135 Animals/Critters | Movies
earth
16: 123, 130 (odors [...] belonging to -), 135 (plunge to -) Capitalised Geography/Around the World | Planet Earth
echo-clanking
16: 132 Orthography Sound | Vocabulary
eia
16: 134 Language/Dictionary | German
eia, wärn wir da
16: 134 (-!) Song/Music | German
Ein Volk ein Führer
16: 131 Slogan | Third Reich
Electric Monopoly
16: 133 (a lively game, -, [...]) Concepts | Economics
emphysema
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
Empire
16: 129 (the Anglo-American -), 130, 135 (the - has no place for dreams) Style | Furniture
Enemy
16: 125 Concepts | Religion
England
16: 126 ([Roger] hates -) Countries/Around the World | United Kingdom
English
16: 121 ([Beaver's] - rose), 123 (speaks -), 123 (- cop-faces), 129 (plainsong in -), 129 (an - church) Nationality | United Kingdom
Englishman - Englishmen
16: 132 (plural) Nationality | United Kingdom
European
16: 123 (some liquid, unspeakably nasty - accent) Geography/Around the World | Europe
everything
16: 125 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
eyes-to-eyes
16: 120 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Eyeties
16: 132 Description | Italian
fine-marbled
16: 125 (- amber phlegm) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
First Step
16: 124 Concepts | The White Visitation
fish-furred
16: 130 Orthography Food and Drinks | Vocabulary
flesh-colour
16: 131 (-s) Orthography Description | Colours
folding-cot
16: 132 (-s) Orthography Constructions | Houses
folk-consciousness
16: 130 Orthography Emotion | Vocabulary
Franklin D. Roosevelt
16: 135 (You forgot -, padre) Last Name Politician | United States
Freeeeaks
16: 125 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
French
16: 128 (Chinese and - girls {in Jamaica]) Nationality | France
fucking
16: 125 (even when {Roger] and Jessica were -.) Act | Sex
G-5
16: 125 (as G-5-to-be) Orthography Authorities | The Zone
Garbo
16: 127 (a bloody - film) Last Name Actresses/Film | Sweden
Gavin Trefoil
16: 124 Minor Character | United Kingdom
Gerd von Rundstedt
16: 131 (the - offensive) Last Name Military | Third Reich
German
16: 129 (a - macaronic), 131 (the [folk-consciousness] the -s have engineered), 132 (- rocket) Nationality | Germany
German
16: 129 (Latin, the -? in an English church?) Nationality | Germany
German Beast
16: 125 (Teach the - about the Magna Carta, [...]) Description | Third Reich
Germany
16: 125 (mad -) Countries/Around the World | Europe
"Giovinezza"
16: 132 Song/Music | Italy
God
16: 120, 122 (my -), 124, 127, 132 (for -'s sake) Deity/Religion | Christianity
going
16: 134 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Gold Star
16: 134 (your mother hoping to hang that -) Award | Armies
government-in-exile
16: 123 (some sort of Central European -) Orthography World War II
Grafty Green
16: 127 (-, Kent) Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
Gravesend
16: 130 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
grease-brown
16: 142 (-s) Orthography Description | Colours
green-striped
16: 122 Orthography Description | Colours
Greenwich Mean Time
16: 133 Concepts | Time
Grid
16: 134 Description | Time
Grid Time
16: 133 (keep - synchronized with Greenwich Mean Time) Description | Time
half-stooped
16: 124 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Harrow
16: 130 Borough | London
Harry Pollit
16: 135 (first name as 'Arry) Politician | United Kingdom
he
16: 131 ([a long-time schiz...] who believes - is World War II) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
heart attack
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
heave
16: 122 (The night room heaves a sigh, yes -, a Sigh), 122 (- a Sigh) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Heinrich Suso
16: 129 (German macaronic from the fifteenth century, attributed to -) Composer/Music | Germany
Henry Purcell
16: 129 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
Herbert Stanley Morrison
16: 132 (the gravity of Mr. -) Last Name Politician | United Kingdom
Herod
16: 135 (- or Hitler, fellas) Figures | Bible
High Holborn Street
16: 128 (rum-smoky saloons in [Kingston's] -) Street/Around the World | Jamaica
high-chair
16: 132 (-s) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Houses
high-octane
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of tungsten, cordite, -?) Orthography Alloy | Energy
high-set
16: 123 (- cabs) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
high-skirted
16: 128 (- girls) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Hitler
16: 135 (and Herod or -) Last Name Dictator | Third Reich
Hollywood
16: 135 (the lads in -) Location/Around the World | Los Angeles
Home Service
16: 134 (the vapid soprano last night on the - programme) Radio Program | United Kingdom
hot-water
16: 133 (- pipes) Orthography Water/Around the World | Vocabulary
Household Milk
16: 130 Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
human-eyed
16: 133 (- sheep) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I want a transfer
16: Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I'll
16: 122 (- get arrested) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ice-colored
16: 134 (- candles) Orthography Description | Colours
ID card
16: 134 (that vaguely criminal face on your -) Document/Texts | World War II
Imperial Intelligence
16: 135 (selling useful gossip to -) Agencies | Spying
interference-pattern
16: 130 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
iron-rich
16: 131 (- glass) Orthography Description | Metallurgy
is
16: 123 (oh shit it -, a military police car), 133 (this - the hillside) Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Italian
16: 132 (- P/Ws curse underneath [...]), 132 (professionally -) Language/Dictionary | Italy
Jack
16: 126 (any at all, -) Fictional Person |
Jaguar
16: 123 Brand | Cars
Jamaican
16: 128 (a - corporal) Person from | Jamaica
je ne sais quoi de sinistre
16: 124 Language/Dictionary | French
Jeremy Beaver
16: 121 Characters | United Kingdom
Jeremy
16: 121 Characters | United Kingdom
Jeremy Beaver
16: 121 (-'s asshole; and first name only), 126 (-, [Jessica's] lieutenant), 126 Characters | United Kingdom
Jess
16: 127 (Girl in distress, -?), 127 (you guess, -?) Nick Names | United Kingdom
Jessica
16: 120 (-'s soft cunt), 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129 Characters | United Kingdom
Jessica Swanlake
16: 123 (- scandalously bare-breasted) Characters | United Kingdom
Jessie
16: 123 (Uh, -, please get dressed, um, would you love?) Characters | London
Jewish
16: 135 (- collaborators) Ethnicity/Around the World | Religion
Jezus Christ
16: 124 Historical Persons | Christianity
Jon Hall
16: 121 Actors/Film | United States
Kent
16: 127 (driving Somewhere in -) Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
King
16: 134 (the court of [...] - [Jezus]) Royalty | Politics
Kingdom
16: 136 (no announcement of the -) Concepts | Christianity
Kingston
16: 129 (palmy -) City/Around the World | Jamaica
La Bohème
16: 132 Composition/Music | Music
latent in the city
16: 125 (does the flight of the rocket actually follow from the fated eruption, -) Description | Rockets
Latin
16: 129 Language/Dictionary | Latin
laundry-white
16: 127 Orthography Description | Colours
let-go
16: 120 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Liberty
16: 135 (-'s wispy gown) Monument | New York City
Life
16: 123 Process | Nature
life-and-death
16: 132 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Linda
16: 134 Fictional Person | Song
lndo-China
16: 132 (the prisoners are back from -) Region/Around the World | Asia
Lola
16: 128 (O have you seen my darlin’ -, with a shape like a bottle of Coca-Cola) Figures | Background
London
16: 125 (a - advertising agency), 125 (the pure white skin of lady -), 130 (the unconscious hands of -) City/Around the World | United Kingdom
long-time
16: 131 (a - schiz) Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
lorry-park
16: 126 (-s) Orthography Constructions | Transportation
Lower Beeding
16: 122 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
lumber-room
16: 133 Rare Room | Houses
macaronic
16: 129 (a German - from the fifteenth century, attributed to Heinrich Suso) Rare Genre | Music
Mag
16: 127 (Got a fag, -?) Figures | Background
Maggie Dunkirk
16: 127 Figures | Background
Magna Carta
16: 125 Document/Texts | United Kingdom
make-up
16: 120 Orthography Act | Bodies
making
16: 122 (I'm not - [pictures, scenes]) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
man-morning
16: 130 (somber -s made tolerable) Orthography Span | Day
mano morto
16: 132 Expression/Dictionary | Italian
Maria Montez
16: 121 Actresses/Film | Carribean
Mayfair Hotel
16: 121 Hotel | London
mean-girl's smile
16: 122 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
meat-pink
16: 133 Orthography Description | Colours
Merseyside Labour branch
16: 125 Activists | United Kingdom
Messiah
16: 135 (another -) Concepts | Religion
Mexico
16: 120 Last Name Characters | The Zone
midget
16: 123 (-s) Description | Bodies
minute-hand
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Device | Time
Miraculous Medal
16: 135 Award | United States
mock-angel
16: 135 (this - singing) Orthography Figures | Christianity
mouth-breather
16: 124 (saliva, tooth-tartar, -'s morning fur) Orthography Senses | Vocabulary
mouth-up
16: 122 Gesture | Bodies
mush-spattered
16: 132 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
NAAFI
16: 121 (Wrens and - girls) , 134 Organisation | United States
nacre
16: 134 (the beaches beneath the - fog) Rare Description | Colours
Nativity
16: 134 Events | Christianity
Nazis in the News
16: 125 (an ad only Wednesday in the classified section of -) Journal/Texts | United Kingdom
New Baby
16: 133 (The plaster baby [...] is the -) Person from | Religion
Next Idea
16: 124 Capitalised Concepts | The White Visitation
next-to-last
16: 133 (- steps) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Night's Mad Carnival
16: 133 Events | Light
Noel Coward
16: 134 (Mr. -) Composer/Music | United Kingdom
Nonacceptable Songs
16: 132 (the Post Office is considering issuing a list of -, with ukulele chords as an aid to ready identification) Song/Music | Music
Norman
16: 127 (through the - doorway shaggy with wintering vines) Style | Architecture
Normandy
16: 131 (the - invasion) Region/Around the World | France
North Sea
16: 135 (the black -) Water/Around the World | Europe
Northern
16: 129 Direction | Planet Earth
number
16: 135 (give everybody a -) Algebra/Science | Mathematics
nylon-repair
16: 126 (- kits) Orthography Clothing | World War II
oboy
16: 124 (oh. -) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
oh
2*, first 16: 122 (going -, -) Doubting/Dictionary | Interjection
old-fashioned
16: 122 (- comical room), 123 (- bonneted) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Time
old-people
16: 133 (cheap -'s swaddling) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
olive-grove
16: 134 Orthography Structure | Nature
ooh
16: 133 (-s) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
P/W
16: 132 Person from | World War II
padre
16: 135 (You forgot Roosevelt, -) Functions | Christianity
pants-leg
16: 129 Orthography Clothing | Vocabulary
peau de soie
16: 131 (blurred flesh-colors across the -) Description | Fabric
piles
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
Pipe
16: 127 Device | Tobacco
piss-swollen
16: 136 Orthography Description | Bodies
play
16: 132 (no -, for God's sake, about life-and-death) Activity | Life
Plongette
16: 129 Figures | Background
plot
16: 133 (and the old faces turn to the clock faces, thinking -) Act | Life
Post Office
16: 132 Authorities | United Kingdom
praise be to God
16: 136 (-!) Expression/Dictionary | Christianity
pre-Cambrian
16: 135 (- exhalation) Orthography Span | Time
pre-ulcerous
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
prig
16: 121 Insult | Vocabulary
Prigsbury
16: 123 Figures | Background
Protestants
16: 129 (these nervous -) Religion
Psi Section
16: 124, 125, 128 Organisation | The White Visitation
quilt-and-cold
16: 122 (the dark - refuge of [Roger's and Jessica's] bed) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Radio Doctor
16: 133 Radio Program | United Kingdom
razor-scraping
16: 124 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"re-education"
16: 125 (- experts) Process | Vocabulary
really
16: 123 (- [...] suspicious) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Record-keeping
16: 135 (SPQR -) Orthography Process | Vocabulary
red-eyed
16: 136 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Regents Park Zoo
16: 121 Landscape/Around the World | London
reminds
16: 121 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Rigoletto
16: 132 Composition/Music | Italy
Roger
2*, first 16: 120, 124 Characters | The Zone
Roger Mexico
16: 126 (-, -, oh love) Characters | The Zone
Roger-the-Rake
16: 123 Nick Names | Characterisation
Roland Peachey and his Orchestra
16: 121 Entertaiment | Music
Ronald Cherrycoke
16: 125 Characters | United Kingdom
rum-smoky
16: 128 (- saloons) Orthography Description | Alcohol
runny-nosed
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
sashay
16: 129 (bringing girls to -among these nervous Protestants) Dance | Jamaica
Satan
16: 125 Concepts | Religion
Satanic
16: 125 (- operators of all descriptions) Concepts | Religion
Scroogery
16: 128 ([Roger's] -) Behaviour | Literature
self-centered
16: 127 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-reproach
16: 120 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
(selfishly)
16: 126 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
semi-detached
16: 132 (the - Sunday dead-leaf somnolence of a dried garden) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
SHAEF
16: 121 (one average - memorandum) Organisation | World War II
sigh
16: 122 (The night room heaves a sigh, yes Heaves, a -), 122 (Heaves a -) Capitalised Gesture | Bodies
slow-scumming
16: 130 (the - gray estuary) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
snot-crusted
16: 124 (- inmates of Psi Section) Orthography Description | Bodies
snow-sky
16: 128 Orthography Weather | Climate
soapy-liquorice
16: 130 Orthography Objects | Hygiene
something
16: 127 Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
somewhere
16: 127 (driving - in Kent) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sore-throated
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
Spam
16: 133 (reincarnated - tins), 133 (real - tins) Food and Drinks | World War II
sparrow-bright
16: 126 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
spider-statistician
16: 124 Orthography Description | Characterisation
SPQR
16: 135 (- Record-keeping) Expression/Dictionary | Latin
Stage Door Canteen
16: 134 Restaurant | New York City
star
16: 128 (the - ready to be pasted up on the sky again), 131 (Will [the real king] show up under the -) Capitalised Objects | Nature
steel-shuddering
16: 123 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Stiletto May
16: 129 Figures | Background
Straits
16: 130 (- [of Dover]) Water/Around the World | Europe
Sunday
16: 127 (- evening), 132 Span | Day
suspender-clip
16: 127 Orthography Clothing | Bodies
"System"
16: 126 ([Roger's hates the -) Description | Them
tank-destroyer
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Toy | World War II
Tannoy
16: 127 (On the - a BBC swing band [...]) Brand | Media
taper-wax
16: 126 (cream -) Orthography Compound | Life
that
16: 128 (- surprised [Jessica]) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
that's
16: 121 (- on your mind) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
"The White Visitation"
16: 124, 131 Institution | United Kingdom
there
16: 123 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"There, I Said It Again"
16: 121 Song/Music | United Kingdom
this
2*, first 16: 122 ({Jessica, ] - young lady) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Thomas Tallis
16: 129 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
Tivoli
16: 121 (at the -, watching Maria Montez and Jon Hall) Theatre | London
Toledos
16: 135 (for a baby to come in tippin’ those - at 7 pounds 8 ounces) Device | Measure
Tonkin
16: 132 Events | World War II
tooth-tartar
16: 124 Orthography Description | Bodies
tungsten
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of -, cordite, high-octane?) Alloy | Chemistry
turn-of-the-century
16: 124 (a - tale of ghostly revenge) Orthography Description | Time
up-in-front- down-in-back
16: 127 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
V
16: 121 (a - around [Roger's] centerline) Characters | Alphabet
V-E Day
16: 131 ([the long-time schiz i]s to die on -.) Span | World War II
V-for-victory
16: 129 No Title/Rank Gesture | World War II
wait
16: 125 Interjection/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wait in hushed expectancy
16: 122 ([R]ooms [...] -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Walt Disney
16: 135 Entertaiment | United States
War
16: 126 ([Mexico's] mother the -), 126 (this seventh Christmas of the -), 130 (the -'s evensong, the -'s canonical hour), 130, 131, 132, 133 (The - needs coal.), 133 (The - needs electricity.), 133 (ohter - agencies), 134 (the other side of the -), 134 (because of the -) Conflicts | World War II
war-address
16: 136 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-drain
16: 133 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-identity
16: 136 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-wisecrack
16: 126 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Humour
Wednesday
16: 125 Span | Day
weepers
16: 127 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
well-known
16: 132 (- photographs) Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Wendell Willkie
16: 135 (-!) Politician | United States
were-elves
16: 125 Orthography Animals/Critters | Mythology
what
16: 131 (- the War wants) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
white-crumpled
16: 131 (- veils) Orthography Description | Colours
white-painted
16: 134 (- tanks) Orthography Description | Colours
who are all these people
16: 125 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wide-shouldered
16: 127 (- swagger coats) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Woodbines
16: 125 (puffs off of stale -), 126 Brand | Tobacco
World War II
16: 131 Events | World War II
World War Two
16: 125 (Lovely morning, -.) Events | World War II
Wrens (Women's Royal Navy Service)
16: 121 (- and NAAFI girls), 130 (the - work late) Organisation | United Kingdom
WW II
16: 121 ([Roger's] watch, worn - style on the inside of his wrist) Conflicts | World War II
Xmas
16: 127 (- shopping), 128 (shopping days till -) Calendar | Christianity
you
16: 122 (Never mind -.) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
you've
16: 121 Verb: Have/Dictionary | Word Clusters