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See also: rumble, stumble carts. Acrobatic stunts said to have been performed by Miss Bonkers to celebrate the outcome of the "special test" upon the results of which Diffendoofer School's future depended — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Place from which news is said to have been received "That the lights are all out and the drawbridge is up" — in Dr. Among the things Mr. Brown "can go like," making the sound "slurp" — in Mr. Among the aquatic creatures Marco speculates he might see or catch — in McElligot's Pool.
Seussian rendering of "can't" devised to rhyme with "want" — in Happy Birthday to You! See also: people up there on those chairs.
Characterization of Mr. Activity central to Lady Mitzi's Horse Truth discovery: "Never change horses in the middle of the stream. Name of the human figure part of which was, it is suggested, left to be supplied "inside of his pants" — in I Can Draw It Myself.
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Character encountered by the narrator during the course of the Mid-winter Jicker, and whose house he temporarily occupied — in I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew. Among the various kinds and descriptions of fish "With a checkerboard belly" Marco speculates he might catch — in McElligot's Pool. See also: hippopotamus chewing gum.
See also: gum. Seussian rendering of "chimney" devised to rhyme with "nimbly" — in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Bear, says it has seen across, thus declaring possession of an ability of sight superior to their hearing and sense of smell in "The Big Brag," as part of Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories  One of the countries about which the narrator declares, indifferently, "Let the kids get up" — in I Am NOT Going to Get Up Today!
Creature that is said to bite its tail "every night before shutting his eyes" — in Dr. See also: Merry Christmas Mush. Objects it is said the creature called Glikker "spends his time juggling," except during "the month of SeptUmber" — in On Beyond Zebra. Aquatic creatures "from an acrobat school" Marco speculates he might see — in McElligot's Pool. Place to which the narrator travels, "Where they never have troubles, at least very few" — in I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew.
Facility that is the setting of the story, and which is said to have as a medical specialty "Spleen Readjustment and Muffler Repair" — in You're Only Old Once! Brown "can go like," making the sounds "tick" and "tock" — in Mr. Plant on which Horton places the "dust speck" that he retrieves; also the growth covering a vast area "a hundred miles wide" where "Horton's clover" is subsequently deposited — in Horton Hears a Who!
Establishment referred to as where the hunters intended Thidwick's mounted head to be located, and where his "old horns" are ultimately situated — in Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose.
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Group of musicians at Mercedd that it is said to have "honked themselves out" — in Dr. Canines of King Birtram that, when he walked on his stilts, "barked and romped beside him" — in The King's Stilts. See also: favorite color; pickle color. Historic figure the narrator urges his "very young friend" to emulate, as an explorer, in order to "Discover new letters" of the alphabet — in On Beyond Zebra. Information to be entered by the volume's purported author, on the lines provided "I finished writing it. Member of King Derwin's palace staff found to be trapped in the royal kitchen, "stuck to three stew pots, a tea cup and a cat" by the oobleck — in Bartholomew and the Oobleck.
Field-kitchen vehicle a "wonderful meal" from which, as part of Gerald McGrew's fantasizing, it is said will coax the creature called Natch from his cave — in If I Ran the Zoo.
Brown "can go like," making the sound "pop" — in Mr. Seussian rendering of "corn on the cob" devised to rhyme with "Tobsk," "Nobsk," and "Obsk," as well as with other adjacent Seussian "sk" word-endings — in If I Ran the Zoo. Tally of sleepers also called Who's-Asleep-Score , as provided by the narrator — in Dr. Area within King Derwin's palace where Bartholomew Cubbins receives "five hundred pieces of gold in a bag" for "the most beautiful hat that had ever been seen in the Kingdom of Didd" — in The Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins.
Place from which the news of the yawning bug "By the name of Van Vleck" was received — in Dr. Brown "can go like," making the sound "moo" — in Mr. See also: partly a cow. Produce Bartholomew Cubbins "carried a basket of. Sleepwalkers described as going out nightly "with assorted-sized candles" on their heads — in Dr. Description of the Lorax's contorted manner of speaking, said to have been caused by the Once-ler's "making such smogulous smoke" — in The Lorax.
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Creature that relates to a segment of the presentation of tongue-twisting texts — in Fox in Socks. Tiny particles "even too small for a mouse" constituting all the food left behind by the Grinch during his Christmas Eve plundering of Who -ville homes — in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Place to the top of which the Grinch went with his plunder upon completion of his Christmas Eve descent upon Who -ville — in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Bird on Mt. Strookoo an egg of which was secured by Ali for Peter T. Places wherein, the narrator says, creatures called Nupboards are present — in There's a Wocket in My Pocket!
Among the various kinds and descriptions of fish "With a long curly nose" Marco speculates he might catch — in McElligot's Pool.
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Place wherein, the narrator says, he sometimes feels "quite certain" a creature called Jertain is present — in There's a Wocket in My Pocket! Shoe-store patron with whose shoe Mr. See also: father; Father of. Characterization and designation of the principal character of the story — in Daisy-Head Mayzie. Seussian rendering of "darkened" devised to rhyme with "marked" — in Oh, the Places You'll Go! Bird the egg of which was secured by Peter T. Hooper through having "to pry all of one mountain top off" — in Scrambled Eggs Super!
See also: Diffendoofer Day. Among the characterizations of one's birthday, both as is said to be proclaimed by "the voice of the horn" from Mt. See also: Through-Horns-Jumping-Deer. Alternative designation of Dr. Place where the story's introducer is said to have met the old man who sang to him the song constituting the overall narrative — in Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?
Brown, "like the rain" — in Mr. Decorative elements that were, it is suggested, left to be supplied on neckties — in I Can Draw It Myself. Holiday declared by Mr. Lowe to celebrate his students' triumph when taking the "special test" upon the results of which their school's future depended — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Institution at Dinkerville attended by the narrator and his friends — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!
Alma mater of Diffendoofer School, sung "triumphantly" at the close of the Diffendoofer Day celebration — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Arboreal growth the "heavy, knotted roots" of which protect the Kingdom of Binn from inundation by the sea — in The King's Stilts. Place of residence of the narrator and setting of the story — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!
Streets at the intersection of which Diffendoofer School is located — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Seussian rendering of "doesn't" devised to rhyme with "Isn't" — in Happy Birthday to You! Place from which news is said to have come "That two Offt are asleep and they're sleeping aloft" — in Dr. Designation of one of the sounds made together with "dibble," "drip," "drop," and "plop" by rainfall in "Rainy Day in Utica, N.
Teacher at Diffendoofer School whose subject of instruction is "listening" — in Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! One of the alternative designations together with "Uncle Dake" of Dr. See: Ballew, Dr. Sam; Spreckles, Dr. Choral fish that during a Big Birthday Party at Katroo both sing and, through organizing themselves in appropriate formation, spell out the greeting being conveyed — in Happy Birthday to You!