- It flows into Africa's Orange
- It flows into Ontario's Georgian Bay [1961]
- It flows into the Colorado at Yuma
- It flows into the Columbia
- It flows into the Danube.
- It flows into the Rhine near Koblenz
- It flows into the Rhone
- It flows into the Seine.
- It flows near the Bard's home
- It flows near the Piazzale Michelangelo
- It flows out of Mount St. Helens
- It flows out of Mount Vesuvius
- It flows past Albany
- It flows past Florence
- It flows past Giza
- It flows past Khartoum
- It flows past Olten
- It flows past Orléans
- It flows past Pisa
- It flows past the Hermitage Museum
- It flows through Bonn
- It flows through Egypt
- It flows through Florence
- It flows through flues
- It flows through four capitals
- It flows through France
- It flows through Hera's veins
- It flows through Knottingley
- It flows through Metz
- It flows through Texas
- It flows through the Lake of Thun
- It flows through the Seine
- It flows through the veins of the emotionless
- It flows through un fleuve
- It flows through Utica
- It flows through Vienna
- It flows to the Dead Sea
- It flows to the Elbe
- It flows to the Rhine
- It flows under the Ponte Vecchio
- It flows with the wind
- It flutters in a pit
- It focuses light rays
- It folds for easy storage
- It folds in a chair
- It followed a girl to school
- It followed "A Hard Day's Night
- It followed a postwar boom
- It followed "hey" in Elizabethan times
- It followed the Manhattan Project
- It follows . . .
- It follows 11
- It follows a chain in the military: Abbr.
- It follows a code
- It follows a curtain-opening
- It follows a curtain-raising
- It follows a curtain's rise
- It follows a line
- It follows a long March
- It follows a million
- It follows a pair of hips
- It follows a pattern
- It follows a pee
- It follows a premise
- It follows a section of old Route 66
- It follows a ship's christening
- It follows a starter
- It follows a taxi?
- It follows a transitive verb
- It follows a woman down the aisle
- It follows Ab
- It follows "All You Need
- It follows amo
- It follows "And" in a Beatles title
- It follows and precedes "rules
- It follows any direction
- It follows April
- It follows April in Paris
- It follows beach, ski and tennis
- It follows beach, ski, surf and tennis
- It follows Casca's "Speak, hands for me!
- It follows conjugation rules
- It follows Dan.
- It follows Daniel
- It follows "decembre
- It follows diciembre
- It follows directions?
- It follows epsilon
- It follows et.
- It follows evening or ball
- It follows first, second and third
- It follows folk
- It follows gee
- It follows Gen.
- It follows ''inter'' or ''et''
- It follows iodine in the periodic table
- It follows Jean in many French names
- It follows Joel
- It follows John
- It follows ka in the Spanish alphabet
- It follows Leap Day: Abbr.
- It follows lights and camera
- It follows logically...
- It follows many a dot
- It follows many moons
- It follows Mardi Gras
- It follows naturally
- It follows night
- It follows no- or low-
- It follows "nothin' like
- It follows Oct.
- It follows "peek" in a baby's game
- It follows penny
- It follows pi
- It follows "Plastics" and "We'll always have Paris" on the AFI list of top 100 movie quotes
- It follows printemps.
- It follows ''Purple'' in a song title
- It follows "Rice" in the supermarket
- It follows San or Dan
- It follows sex
- It follows Shevat
- It follows Shrove Tuesday
- It follows Shrovetide
- It follows sieben
- It follows "Sirs
- It follows song or slug
- It follows "status
- It follows sunset, in poetry
- It follows thallium in the periodic table
- It follows that ...
- It follows the 180th meridian
- It follows the answer to each starred clue
- It follows the British?
- It follows the dot in a campus Web address
- It follows the first curtain
- It follows the Gospels
- It follows the last Gospel
- It follows the last quarter
- It follows the overture
- It follows "utk." in coach Pat Summitt's email address
- It follows what
- It follows what or or
- It follows yoo
- ___ it for myself
- It forbids religious tests for political office
- It ___" (formal acknowledgment)
- It ___" (formal answer to "Who's there?")
- It __": formal self-identification
- It ___" (formal "Who's there?" reply)