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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow

Part Three. In the Zone

Episode 2 (295-314)

It's a Sunday funnies dawn, very blue sky with gaudy pink clouds in it.

Gravity's Rainbow, p. 295

'at
2: 312 (- 'sucker) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
'sucker
2: 308, 312 Rare Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
.45
2: 312 (two - automatics), 312 (- bullet) Device | Weapon
1000 yards
2: 301 (- east of Waterloo Station) Span | Measure
13th sign
2: 302 (a - of the Zodiac) Symbol | Astrology
1624
2: 309 (- [bar stock]) Material | Metallurgy
18-year-old
2: 295 (an - American first lieutenant) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
1930
2: 297 (hairdos of the late -s) Span | Year
20
2: 304 (Stollen -). 304 (-s) Span | Number
200
2: 308 (- feet) Span | Number
21st century
2: 297 Span | Time
30
2: 304 (-s) Span | Number
37
2: 309 (Stollen -) Span | Number
38
2: 309 (Stollen -) Span | Number
40
2: 304 (-s) Span | Number
41
2: 304 (Stollen -), 305 (Stollen -), 306 (Stollen -) Span | Number
44
2: 300 (- runglike Stollen) Span | Number
47th Armored Infantry
2: 298 US Army
50
2: 304 (- feet), 306 (- feet) Span | Number
50-volt
2: 311 (- shock) Orthography Span | Electricity
5th Armored Division
2: 298 US Army
723
2: 309 (- [bar stock]) Material | Metallurgy
A
2: 304 (capital-s) Characters | Alphabet
A4
2: 295 (crating and shipping out parts and tools for a hundred -s), 295 (- souvenirs), 298 (Albert Speer [...] chief customer for the -), 304 (- part of the factory), 304 (post-- humanity), 304 (- part of [the Mittelwerke]), 306 (Doing It with the -) Device | Rockets
(AiL)
2: 301 (the instant the charge (BiL) accumulating in flight equaled the preset charge -) Process | Rockets
ACHTUNG
2: 302 (- office) Agencies | United Kingdom
Ah, so reizend ist
2: 304 (-!) Expression/Dictionary | German
Albert Speer
2: 298 (- was in charge of the New German Architecture) 298 ([...] went to become Minister of Munitions, and nominal chief customer for the A4) Politician | Third Reich
Allied Military Government
2*, first 2: 309 Authorities | Europe
Amatol
2: 312 (- charges) Compound | Rockets
American
2: 295 (- first lieutenant), 295 (- Army Ordnance), 296 (the -s liberated Dora), 296 (Death came like the - Army), 298 (the - "Special Mission V-2" out of Paris), 301, 305 (s and Russians), 305 (-s), 305 (- fraternity boys), 306, 307 (-s), 308 (-s), 309 (-s), 312 (bloodshot, disheveled, bloated -s), 313 (a descending - Army deuce-and-a-half) Nationality | United States
amusement-park
2: 303 Orthography Entertaiment | Vocabulary
Army
2: 296 (American -), 313 (a descending American - deuce-and-a-half) Organisation | Violence
Army Ordnance
2: 295, 306 (no Army: half a dozen - people) Armies
Attila the Hun
2: 298 (It was [Etzel Ölsch's] mother who’d named him after Attila the Hun) Military | Middle Ages
Autobahn
2: 298 (- overpasses) Transport | Germany
B Company
2: 298, (-, 47th Armored Infantry, 5th Armored Division) 313 (- sentries) United States
B nut
2: 304 (lush garlands of silvery -s and flange fittings) Plants/Critters | Nature
(BiL)
2: 301 (the instant the charge - accumulating in flight equaled the preset charge (AiL) Process | Rockets
Banzai
2: 311 Exclamation/Dictionary | Japan
barn-swallow
2: 303 (- souls) Orthography Bird/Critters | Nature
barrier-glow
2: 296 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Bavarian
2: 313 (the usual - approach) Germany
Beast
2: 295 (gammon of -) Concepts | Christianity
beer-hall
2: 300 (Tasteless, low - songs) Orthography Bar/Drinking | Germany
Berlin
2: 296 City/Around the World | Germany
big
2: 304 (- fucking things tall as Slothrop) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Blam
2: 300 Sound | Vocabulary
Borgesius
2: 301, 302 Last Name Characters | Counterforce
Boston and Maine
2: 310 (going home at night on the -) Route/Around the World | United States
Brennschluss
2: 301 Process | Rockets
Brennschluss Point
2: 302 Process | Rockets
bright-yellow
2: 304 (- capacitors) Orthography Description | Colours
Casino
2: 299 Gambling | Game
chimney-sized
2: 304 (- columns of brick) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Christ
2: 310 (For -'s sake) Person from | Christianity
Chuckie babes
2: 309 (All clear, -) The Zone
city
2: 297 Capitalised Description | Mittelwerke
"Civilization"
2: 302 (some corrupted idea of -) Concepts | Culture
cloudy-day
2: 299 (- indoor walks) Orthography Weather | Vocabulary
cold
2: 307 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
cold-rolled
2: 309 (- sheets) Orthography Process | Metallurgy
"consciousness"
2: 302 State/Around the World | Mind
coorse-gyro battery
2: 311 Orthography Device | Armies
could
2: 302 (- [Slothrop] live like that?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
critter
2: 299 (the gnomes, -s smaller than you) Language/Dictionary | Slang
Crockett
2: 305 (There was a young fellow named -) Song/Music | Music
cross-tunnel
2: 300 (-s), 303 (-s), 304, 308 Orthography Structure | Mittelwerke
curly-bouncy
2: 304 Orthography Description | Bodies
"cyst of the eternal present"
2: 302 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Darmstadt
2: 309 City/Around the World | Germany
death
2: 296 (- came like the American Army), 297, 299 (in complete agreement about -), 302 (the ancient rune that stands for the yew tree, or -) Capitalised Events | Life
"deathwish"
2: 300 (Ölsch’s - problem) Concepts | Psychology
deuce-and-a-half
2: 313 (American Army -) Orthography Model | Cars
did
2: 303 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Doing It
2: 306 (- with the A4) Act | Sex
Dora
2: 296 (-, the prison camp next to the Mittelwerke), 299 (the - prisoners) Area | Concentration Camps
down
2: 309 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dr. Edward W.A. Pointsman
2: 301 Last Name Characters | The White Visitation
"dream of motion"
2: 302 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
earth
2: 302 Capitalised Geography/Around the World | Planet Earth
Easter-egg
2: 308 (- eyes) Orthography Food and Drinks | Christianity
English
2: 295 (- SPOG), 307 (we weren’t expecting the - too), 309 (idiomatic -), 309 ([Slothrop's] most - accent) Nationality | United Kingdom
Enzian
2: 297 (- had his Illumination) Characters | Schwarzkommando
Etzel Ölsch
2: 298 (a Speer disciple named -), 299, 300, 302, 411 Minor Character | The Zone
Europe
2: 303 Geography/Around the World | Continent
exploding cigar
2: 300 Objects | Tobacco
eye-sockets
2: 297 Orthography Description | Bodies
eye-splice
2: 306 Orthography Objects | Vocabulary
familiarity
2: 312 (Slothrop feels a terrible - here) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Fascist
2: 310 (All the funny -s just a-twirlin’ their mustaches), 314 (-s in the wall) Person from | Fascism
fault-surface
2: 303 (-s) Orthography Constructions | Architecture
fin
2: 304 (-s up/-s down) Objects | Rockets
"For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow"
2: 307 Song/Music | United Kingdom
four-bladed
2: 304 (- arrowhead shapes) Orthography Device | Rockets
four-part harmony
2: 311 Orthography Key/Scale/Music | Music
Frau Holda
2: 299 Figures | Mythology
Fräulein
2: 298 (not capitalised; There are fräuleins for screwing, cooking, and doing your laundry.) Titles/Texts | German
Frederick the Great hairdos
2: 314 Description | Bodies
fucking idiot
2: 313 Insult | Vocabulary
Führer
2: 300 Titles/Texts | Third Reich
future
2: 296 (Waltz of the -) Capitalised Concepts | Vocabulary
g
2: 301 (pulling -s) Force | Physics
g-loads
2: 312 (as g-loads) Force | Gravity
Garmisch
2: 314 (this side of the fence at -) City/Around the World | Germany
GE
2: 304, 307 Company | United States
Geheime Kommandosache
2: 313 (stamped with the magenta -) Text/Texts | Third Reich
Geli
2: 295 Characters | The Zone
General Electric
2: 304, 307 Company | United States
German
2: 298, 305 (A gnome-size - civilian with a red von Hindenburg mustache), 309 (- humor) Nationality | Germany
German Storm Trooper
2: 305 (sung here in - style) Third Reich
Germany
2: 299 (in - the word for electric socket is also the word for Mother) Countries/Around the World | Europe
GI
2: 309 (boots) Military | United States
git
2: 308 (by God the limey sonofabitch go - him, boys) Language/Dictionary | Slang
git him
2: 308 Language/Dictionary | Slang
glass-wool
2: 304 (- insulation) Orthography Device | Architecture
Glimpf
2: 309 (He introduces himself as -, Professor of Mathematics of the Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt), 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314) Last Name Characters | The Zone
goat-god
2: 303 Orthography Deity/Religion | Mythology
God
2: 299 (the multitudes who are passed over by - and History), 308 (by -the limey sonofabitch go git him, boys!) Deity/Religion | Christianity
going-away party
2: 307 Orthography Events | Vocabulary
good
2: 309 (This is going to be -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
good-times
2: 310 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
2: 300 (Summe, Summe, as - said) Last Name Historical Persons | Germany
Graham
2: 295 ("Micro" -) Figures | Background
grainy-dissonant
2: 296 (- chorale) Orthography Sound | Music
"Gravity’s gray eminence among the councils of the living stone"
2: 302 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Gruss Gott
2: 308 Expression/Dictionary | German
Harz
2: 313 Mountains/Around the World | Germany
"heart"
2*, first 2: 302 Organ | Bodies
Hector
2: 306 Figures | Song
Heini of Berlin
2: 296 (famous military couturier -), 296 (as Heini) Fascism | Third Reich
Hey eyyy-y-y-y
2: 310 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
high-contrast
2: 296 (- imago) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
high-level
2: 295 (- tourists) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"Himmel"
2: 310 Exclamation/Dictionary | German
history
2: 299 (the multitudes who are passed over by God and -), 303 Capitalised Concepts | Time
Hitler
2: 309 (You look like - now) Last Name Dictator | Third Reich
Hogan
2: 304 (hey - ya kan keep yer hula girls) Characters | Slothrop
"Holy"
2: 297 (as Ho-ly) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
hop-bitter
2: 307 Orthography Property | Alcohol
"horse"
2: 296 (-s, of polished meteorite all with the same stylized face) Animals/Critters | Nature
hübsch, was
2: 304 (-?) Expression/Dictionary | German
Humility
2: 299 (secret ikons of the -, the multitudes who are passed over by God and History) Concepts | Religion
Hupla
2: 300 (Apprentice -) Figures | Mittelwerke
hurry up
2: 298 Exhortation | Vocabulary
I beam
2: 304 (-s) Objects | Architecture
Ian Scuffling
2: 304, 306, 308 Characters | Slothrop
Icy Noctiluca
2: 311 Process | Planet Earth
IG guidance
2: 301 (as "IG" guidance) Device | Rockets
Ike
2: 298 Politician | United States
Illumination
2: 297 (On the spot where tradition sez Enzian had his - ) Concepts | Light
Imipolex G
2: 297 Compound | Plastics
income tax
2: 310 (as in-come-tax) Events | Life
ingot
2: 309 (aluminum -s) Material | Metallurgy
interregnum
2: 295 Span | Latin
Irish
2: 311 (- pennants) Nationality | Ireland
"Isn’t that something"
2: 297 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
it’s important . . . please . . . look at us
2: 312 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ja
2: 311 (-, -, -, -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Jackson
2: 306 (Go ahead, -) Fictional Person | Vocabulary
Japs
2: 314 (Little - with bucktooth grins) Insult | Japan
Jocko babe
2: 311 (-s) Person from | Mittelwerke
Kamikaze
2: 310 (mock - attacks) Functions | Japan
kraut
2: 308 (-s) Insult | Germany
Lally columns
2: 304 Structure | Architecture
launcher-erector
2: 306 Device | Rockets
"liberated"
2: 299 Process | War
low-necked
2: 314 (- dresses) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
Lt. Tyrone Slothrop
2: 298, 299, 301, 302, 302 (- and The Penis He Thought Was His Own), 303, 304, 305, 305 (- is hungry and thirsty), 306, 307, 308, 309, 309 (- and Glimpf), 310, 311, 312 (- feels a terrible familiarity), 312, 313, 314 Last Name Characters | Slothrop
Lt.
2: 295, 312 (well, -) Characters | Slothrop
Lt. Tyrone Slothrop
2: 314 (hmm, -, what's this?) Initials Characters | Slothrop
Lyle Bland
2: 306 (- who has hold of [Slothrop's] ankle) Characters | Slothrop
Major Marvy Duane
2: 307 (no last name), 309 (no last name), 312 (no last name) Characters | The Zone
Major Marvy Duane
2: 307 Rank only Characters | The Zone
Major
2: 307, 308, 310, 312 Characters | The Zone
Marie-Celeste
2: 303 (the legendary shop -) Ship | United States
Marvy's Mothers
2: 307. 308 (Either - are too drunk, or the darkness is saving [Slothrop].) The Zone
Master
2: 300 Title: Person | Bodies
"Master"
2: 300 Title: Person | Bodies
Max
2: 310 Figures | Song
Mediterranean
2: 301 (the - afternoon) Water/Around the World | Europe
Mercedes
2: 295 (- staff car), 298, 312, 313 Brand | Cars
"meter"
2: 301 (-s) Span | Physics
"meters per second"
2: 301 (- will integrate to "meters") Formula/Science | Physics
"Micro"
2: 295 (- Graham) Figures | Background
Micro
2: 296 (Oily -), 296, 299 Figures | Background
Minister of Munitions
2: 298 (Albert Speer [...] -) Functions | Third Reich
Minnesinger
2: 299 (even a - needs to be alone) Poet/Texts | Germany
Minnie
2: 310 Figures | Song
Mittelwerk Express
2: 310 (as Mittel-werk Ex-press), 31 (as Express) Transport | Mittelwerke
Mittelwerke
2: 295 (the tank company guarding the -), 296, 299, 300, 302, 303, 312, 313 Company | Concentration Camps
Monel Bars
2: 309, 310 (as Monel) Device | Metallurgy
Moorehead
2: 307 Figures | Song
Mother
2: 299 (in Germany the word for electric socket is also the word for -) Functions | Family
Munich
2: 313 (the T.H. in -) City/Around the World | Germany
Nazi
2: 299 (a - inspiration like the parabola, but again also a symbol belonging to the Rocket), 310 (Ev’ry little -’s shootin’ pool or playin’ potsy), 314 (a mad - scientist lab!), 314 (a - guidance expert), 314 (-s in the woodwork) Person from | Third Reich
neutral-density
2: 297 (- orbits) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
New German Architecture
2: 298 (Albert Speer was in charge of the - then), 300 (as New German) Architecture | Third Reich
Nick De Profundis
2: 295 (-, the company lounge lizard) Figures | Background
Niggers
2: 309 (Major Marvy sucks -) Insult | United States
no-parking
2: 298 (- signs) Orthography Transport | Cars
Nordhausen
2: 299, 313 City/Around the World | Germany
not-so-rare
2: 299 (a - personality disorder known as Tannhäuserism) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
O.K.
2: 309, 311 (as O.-K.) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
oddly-colored
2: 296 Orthography Description | Colours
off-balance
2: 296 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
oh
2: 304 , 312 Doubting/Dictionary | Interjection
olive-drab
2: 305 (- rocket) Orthography Description | Colours
Ölsch
2: 300 Last Name Minor Character | The Zone
oscilloscope
2: 311 (as oscilloscope) Device | Electronics
P
2: 298 (struck -s in circles up all over the place) Characters | Alphabet
panic
2: 303 (- wilderness fear) Capitalised Emotion | Bodies
Paul von Hindenburg
2: 305 (a red - mustache) Last Name Politician | Interbellum
people
2: 302 (and double quoted: a corrupted idea of the -) Capitalised Vocabulary
Pfc.
2: 306 (A fat cracker -), 306 Rank | Armies
phony-looking
2: 303 (- as the inside of an amusement-park cave) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Plasticman
2: 314 (-, where are you?) Figures | Comics
Pleez No Squeeze-a Da Oxygen-a Unit
2: 299 Expression/Dictionary | Mittelwerke
"plexus"
2: 302 Body Part | Bodies
polymerized
2: 297 (- indoles, as in Imipolex G) Process | Plastics
Pope
2: 311 (a young fellow named -) Figures | Song
(Preamble to the Articles of Immachination)
2: 297 (from the -) Fictional Text/Texts | Rockets
Professor Glimpf
2: 312 Rank only Characters | The Zone
Prussia
2: 305 (In - they never eat pussy), 311 (In - they never eat pussy) Region/Around the World | Germany
r
2: 301 (functions of idealistic - and θ, naïve x and y) Symbol | Mathematics
Raketen-Stadt
2: 296 (the barrier-glow of the -), 297 (our trajectory in to the -) Architecture | Mittelwerke
(Raum-Jockeier)
2: 296 Person from | Rockets
Raumwaffe
2: 296 (the elegant - spacesuit wardrobe, designed by famous military couturier Heini of Berlin) Clothing | Rockets
really
2*, first 2: 296 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
red-out
2: 306 Orthography Phenomenon | Bodies
road-racing
2: 313 (a - trick) Orthography Activity | Transportation
Rocket
2: 299, 301 (receptive to imagery associated with the -), 301 (living -), 301, 304, 305, 308, 312 ([Slothrop's] indenture to the -) Device | Rockets
Rocket Limericks
2: 305 Song/Music | Mittelwerke
Rocket-City
2: 297 (this -, so whitely lit against the calm dimness of space) Orthography Description | Mittelwerke
Rooskies
2: 314 (them -) Insult | Russia
route-step
2: 304 Orthography Gesture | Armies
Russian
2: 295 (-s on horseback), 295 (-s), 305 (Americans and -s), 307 (-s), 307, 308 (-s) Nationality | Russia
Russky
2: 305 (So waltz me around again, -) Insult | Russia
S-shaped
2: 299 (a ladder with a slight - ripple in it) Orthography Form | Mittelwerke
SA 100
2: 295 (- acorn diodes) Device | Radio
SA 102
2: 295 (the even rare -s) Device | Radio
"Sanctuary"
2: 302 Location/Around the World | Religion
scatter-pin
2: 295 Orthography Objects | Vocabulary
Schwarzkommando
2: 297 Schwarzkommando
Scientific Advisor
2: 309 Glimpf [...] - to the Allied Military Government) Titles/Texts | The Zone
Scientific Advisor to the Allied Military Government
2: 309 Title: Person | Armies
sfacim
2: 299 (how long you --a dis country) Insult | Italian
SHAEF
2: 298 (sooper dooper - pass) Organisation | World War II
sheafs of 3712 bar stock
2*, first 2: 309 Material | Metallurgy
sheet-metal
2: 302 (- ducting) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
shell-case
2: 307 Orthography Objects | Transportation
Shirley Temple
2: 304 (as curly-bouncy ’n’ bright as -'s head) Actresses/Film | United States
side-tunnels
2: 310 Orthography Constructions | Architecture
Slattery
2: 311 Figures | Song
smoke-puff
2: 305 (-s) Orthography Phenomenon | Tobacco
so-called
2: 391 (this - "IG" guidance) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
someone is there
2: 299 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
souped-up
2: 313 (- personnel carriers) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Space Helmets
2: 296 Device | Rockets
Space-Jockeys
2: 296 Orthography Person from | Rockets
space-operetta
2: 296 Orthography Genre | Music
space-Viennese
2: 296 Description | Mittelwerke
spare-part
2: 304 (-s cages) Orthography Objects | Mechanics
"Special Mission V-2"
2: 298 (- out of Paris) Process | Rockets
Speer
2: 298 (a - disciple named Etzel Ölsch) Last Name Politician | Third Reich
SPOG
2: 295 (English -) Organisation | The Zone
SS
2: 299 (Picture the letters - each stretched lengthwise a bit), 300 (an elongated -), 300 (the - emblem) Organisation | Third Reich
Stetson
2: 312 (a giant white -) Clothing | Bodies
Stollen
2: 295, 297 (in the numbered -), 298, 300 (44 runglike -, or cross-tunnels), 304 (an empty -), 304 (- 20), 305 (- 41), 306 (- 41), 308, 312 (the mouths of the -) Structure | Mittelwerke
Stollen Number 1
2: 299 Structure | Mittelwerke
Stollen Number Zero, Power and Light
2: 298 Structure | Mittelwerke
straw-colored
2: 303 (- drive belts of polyvinyl alcohol) Orthography Description | Colours
Summe
2: 300 (-, - as Leibniz said) Algebra/Science | German
Sunday-funnies
2: 295 (- dawn) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Surface Guard
2: 298 (We're here for - only. Our responsibility ends at Stollen Number Zero, Power and Light) Mittelwerke
T.H. Munich
2: 313 (Glimpf's colleague Zwitter is from the T.H. in Munich) Higher Education | Munich
Tannhäuserism
2: 299 (a not-so-rare personality disorder known as -) Illness | Psychology
Tantivy
2: 302 Nick Names | The Zone
Tarzan
2: 306 Figures | Comics
Tchitcherine
2: 295 Last Name Characters | Tchitcherine
Technische Hochschule
2: 309 (-, Darmstadt) Higher Education | German
Telefunken
2: 295 Brand | Germany
ten-ton
2: 295 (- lorries) Orthography Amount | Measure
that
2*, first 2: 308 Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
that's
2: 297 (- for the ribbon clerks back on the Tour) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
The Albert Speer Touch
2: 298 (tunnel is shaped like a parabola. -) Description | Third Reich
The Penis He Thought Was His Own
2: 302 Song/Music | Slothrop
"The Promise of Space Travel"
2: 297 (dioramas on the theme -) Ideas | Space
their
2: 302 (- several entropies [...] - softsoaping and - money) Capitalised Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
there
2: 308 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
there's
2: 312 (- 'at 'sucker now!) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
these
2: 297 (- yellow caverns) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
they
2: 302 (Would - ever agree to let [Slothrop] and Katje live like that?) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Thunderbolts
2: 313 (howling -s) Planes | World War II
Thuringian
2: 306 (every dark crystal of - sand) Region/Around the World | Germany
time-traveling
2: 303 (- capsule) Orthography Process | Time
Titans
2: 296 (Perhaps - lived under this mountain) Deity/Religion | Mythology
To Avoid Symmetry, Allow Complexity, Introduce Terror
2: 297 Expression/Dictionary | Mittelwerke
tomorrow
2: 296 Capitalised Span | Day
too late
2: 312 (but it's already -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Tour
2: 297 (the ribbon clerks back on the -, in the numbered Stollen) Route/Around the World | Mittelwerke
tunnel-by-tunnel
2: 309 (a - search) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Mittelwerke
u.s.w.
2: 298 Expression/Dictionary | German
Uncertainty
2: 303 (images of the -) Emotion | Them
up-tunnel
2: 309 Orthography Direction | Mittelwerke
Urban
2: 307 Figures | Song
V-1
2: 304 Device | Weapon
V-2
2: 298, 305 Device | Rockets
Venus
2: 299 Deity/Religion | Mythology
Vlad
2: 308 (-, fella, how’s yer ass!) Figures | Mittelwerke
wall-painting
2: 297 (-s) Orthography Art | Vocabulary
Waltz
2: 296, 296 (- of the Future) Entertaiment | Music
was
2: 307 Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
water-buffalo
2: 308 (white, - mustaches) Orthography Animals/Critters | Nature
Waterloo Station
2: 301 Railway Station | London
Waxwing
2: 298 (A - specialty of the house) Last Name Characters | United Kingdom
Wehrmacht
2: 308 (wet - green) Military | Third Reich
well-ordered
2: 314 Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-wishers
2: 308 Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
What Might Have Happened
2: 303 Exclamation/Dictionary | Mittelwerke
Wheatstone Bridge
2: 301 Device | Electricity
white-lagged
2: 304 Orthography Description | Colours
white-topped
2: 299 (- guard towers) Orthography Description | Colours
WPA (= Work Projects Administration)
2: 306 Organisation | United States
x
2: 301 (functions of idealistic r and θ, naïve - and y) Symbol | Mathematics
y
2: 301 (functions of idealistic r and θ, naïve x and -) Symbol | Mathematics
Yellow James
2: 295 (- the cook), 304 Figures | Background
you've
2: 308 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Yuri
2: 311 Figures | Song
Zodiac
2: 302 (a 13th sign of the -) Constellation | Astrology
Zone
2: 303 Description | Germany
Zwitter
2: 313, 314 Person from | Mittelwerke
θ
2: 301 (functions of idealistic r and -, naïve x and y) Symbol | Mathematics