1.A bench, often seen in museums, where people can relax.
2.lyric poem in honor of a former governor of Alaska
3. the central post from which lines of fencing in many different directions, to divide a round-ish parcel of land into several slices
4. a confection made with chocolate-covered pecans or almonds
5 a poem in which the poet retracts a view or sentiment expressed in a former poem.
6.One of several points of reference in geometry.
7. A word or phrase that reads the same upside down and right side up.
8. A story about the former Alaska governor.
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Not an easy one. None sounded good to me.