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Postby Tonyblack » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:09 pm

Movies

Movies: Spielberg, Steven: Who Was Directed By Steven Spielberg?
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1. Which famous Spielberg movie starred Henry Thomas as Elliott and Drew Barrymore as Gertie?

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
The Color Purple




Movies: Same Word Titles: Son Of A Quiz!
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2. Sissy Spacek played Loretta Lynn in this 1980 biopic of the singer's life from a young teenager meeting her husband and starting her family, to the stresses and joys of stardom.

My Boss's Daughter
Don't Touch My Daughter
Wives And Daughters
Coal Miner's Daughter




Movies: Something in Common: Brats and Bad People in the Movies
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3. (2003) This movie brat killed a fish and tapped on an aquarium, which caused it to make a loud noise for the fish inside the aquarium. What movie brat is this?

Crispin in "Daddy Day Care"
Darla in "Finding Nemo"
The Sea Witch in "The Little Mermaid"
Johnny Clay in "Radio"




Movies: Grab Bag - Average 10: Rblayer's 10 Favorite Dead Movie Heroes
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4. What was Russell Crowe's characters' name in "Gladiator"?

Marcus
Commodus
Maximus
Proximo




Movies: Common Titles: All Quizzes Great And Small
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5. Whose life is the subject of "The Greatest Story Ever Told"?

Nostradamus
Jesus
Patton
Socrates




Movies: Degrees - Average 10: The Secret Link is Groucho
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6. Released in 1959, this Billy Wilder story features Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Joe E. Brown and George Raft in classic gangster mode.

Bosom Buddies
Some Like It Hot
Fireman, Save My Child
The Big Sleep




Movies: Depp, Johnny: From the Mouth of Johnny Depp
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7. "Me? I'm dishonest, and a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly. It's the honest ones you want to watch out for, because you can never predict when they're going to do something incredibly... stupid."

Once Upon a Time in Mexico
The Astronaut's Wife
Donnie Brasco
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl




Movies: Something in Common: The Future Explored in Movies
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8. (1968) The future in this movie features human settlement on the moon, large spinning space vehicles and hyper-egotistic computers that take control of spacecraft.

Planet of the Apes
The Last Man on Earth
The Omega Man
2001: A Space Odyssey




Movies: Name the Movie: What Characters! The Third
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9. To 1993 we foray into the comedy genre, and a fine little film featuring characters named Rita, Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors. What is the title of this charming little comedic gem?

Parenthood
Nuns on the Run
Groundhog Day
Splitting Heirs




Movies: Movies Grab Bag: Movies on My Shelf
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10. This movie stars Rob Schneider, Anna Faris, and Rachel McAdams and features some wacky earrings. Rob's character and Rachel's character each put on one of the earrings at the same time and they switch bodies.

The Day After Tomorrow
Papparrazi
The Hot Chick
Million Dollar Baby
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Postby meerkat » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:14 pm

Avast mateys! No 7 is sooooo hard! (not!)
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Postby spideyGirl » Fri Apr 15, 2011 4:21 pm

Tonyblack wrote:Movies

Movies: Spielberg, Steven: Who Was Directed By Steven Spielberg?
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1. Which famous Spielberg movie starred Henry Thomas as Elliott and Drew Barrymore as Gertie?

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
The Color Purple




Movies: Same Word Titles: Son Of A Quiz!
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2. Sissy Spacek played Loretta Lynn in this 1980 biopic of the singer's life from a young teenager meeting her husband and starting her family, to the stresses and joys of stardom.

My Boss's Daughter
Don't Touch My Daughter
Wives And Daughters
Coal Miner's Daughter




Movies: Something in Common: Brats and Bad People in the Movies
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3. (2003) This movie brat killed a fish and tapped on an aquarium, which caused it to make a loud noise for the fish inside the aquarium. What movie brat is this?

Crispin in "Daddy Day Care"
Darla in "Finding Nemo"
The Sea Witch in "The Little Mermaid"
Johnny Clay in "Radio"




Movies: Grab Bag - Average 10: Rblayer's 10 Favorite Dead Movie Heroes
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4. What was Russell Crowe's characters' name in "Gladiator"? i've not seen it, does that make me bad?

Marcus
Commodus
Maximus
Proximo




Movies: Common Titles: All Quizzes Great And Small
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5. Whose life is the subject of "The Greatest Story Ever Told"?

Nostradamus
Jesus
Patton
Socrates




Movies: Degrees - Average 10: The Secret Link is Groucho
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6. Released in 1959, this Billy Wilder story features Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Joe E. Brown and George Raft in classic gangster mode.

Bosom Buddies
Some Like It Hot
Fireman, Save My Child
The Big Sleep




Movies: Depp, Johnny: From the Mouth of Johnny Depp
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7. "Me? I'm dishonest, and a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly. It's the honest ones you want to watch out for, because you can never predict when they're going to do something incredibly... stupid."

Once Upon a Time in Mexico
The Astronaut's Wife
Donnie Brasco
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl




Movies: Something in Common: The Future Explored in Movies
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8. (1968) The future in this movie features human settlement on the moon, large spinning space vehicles and hyper-egotistic computers that take control of spacecraft.

Planet of the Apes
The Last Man on Earth
The Omega Man
2001: A Space Odyssey




Movies: Name the Movie: What Characters! The Third
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9. To 1993 we foray into the comedy genre, and a fine little film featuring characters named Rita, Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors. What is the title of this charming little comedic gem?

Parenthood
Nuns on the Run
Groundhog Day
Splitting Heirs




Movies: Movies Grab Bag: Movies on My Shelf
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10. This movie stars Rob Schneider, Anna Faris, and Rachel McAdams and features some wacky earrings. Rob's character and Rachel's character each put on one of the earrings at the same time and they switch bodies.

The Day After Tomorrow
Papparrazi
The Hot Chick
Million Dollar Baby
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Postby Tonyblack » Sat Apr 16, 2011 3:50 pm

Music

Music: Opera: Popular Opera Characters And Arias
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1. What's the name of Cio Cio San's beloved in "Madame Butterfly"?

Sharpless
Lieutenant Pinkterton
Prince Yamadori
John Luther Long




Music: Opera: Aida
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2. Who is Aida's rival for Radames' affections?

Semiramide
Nefertiri
Melisande
Amneris




Music: Opera: La Bohème
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3. In Act I, we meet the bohemians: Marcello, the painter; Schaunard, the musician; Colline, the philosopher; and the hero of the opera, Rodolfo. What is Rodolfo's occupation?

Poet
Teacher
Actor
Sculptor




Music: Mixed Lyrics: Lots of Lyrics
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4. "Sweet home ________ where skies are blue."

New Orleans
Missisippi
Alabama
California




Music: Color Songs: White Songs
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5. Finish the name of the song by Cream: "White _____".

House
Room
Hat
Shoes




Music: 1960s Music: Once Upon the 60s
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6. "Once upon a time, that little girl was mine. If I'd been true, I know she'd never be with you..." What song is this from?

Breaking Up is Hard to Do
Run to Him
Have I The Right?
Take Good Care of My Baby




Music: Albums: What Album Do I Come From? #3
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7. Bon Jovi's "Livin' On a Prayer"?

"Bounce"
"Crush"
"New Jersey"
"Slippery When Wet"




Music: Lead Singers: Name the Lead Female Vocalist
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8. The Blackhearts had a major hit with the song 'I Love Rock and Roll', with who as their lead singer?

Susannah Hoffs
Stevie Nicks
Siouxie Sioux
Joan Jett




Music: Name the Artist: Name the Artist - 90s and 2000s
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9. Who sings "Livin' La Vida Loca"?

Backstreet Boys
Brian Adams
Ricky Martin
Sugar Ray




Music: Who Sang This: Modern Rock of the New Millennium
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10. 'I've been wrong, I've been down, to the bottom of every bottle'

Depesche Mode
Nickelback
Linkin' Park
Blink 182
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Postby meerkat » Sat Apr 16, 2011 5:04 pm

No.10 could be Sam Vimes signature tune! :lol:
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Postby Tonyblack » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:56 pm

History

History: Ancient Egypt: Egypt and the Pharaohs
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1. What was the key to the decipherment of the Egyptian system of writing (the hieroglyphs)?

An Egyptian interpretor
The Mastaba Stone
It is the same writing they still use today
The Rosetta Stone




History: Aztecs: Beliefs of the Ancient Aztecs
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2. Where were the Aztecs on the map?

The Americas
Europe
Asia
Australia




History: Nostalgia: Fads, Fads, Fads!
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3. This mid 60s item was invented by Craven Walker. It was very popular with the 'Hippies'. What is this fad?

Diary
Slinky
Yo-Yo
Lava Lamp




History: July August September: Famous August Events
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4. In August 1619, a ship loaded with _____ landed at Jamestown, Virginia, bringing the first of this 'commodity' to the British colonies in North America.

Cattle
Potatoes
Tulip bulbs
Slaves




History: Philippines: Glimpses at Filipino History
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5. When did the original Edsa (People's Power) Revolution occur?

January 19, 2002
January 19, 1986
February 26, 2002
February 25, 1986




History: 1980s Nostalgia: The Magnificent 80s
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6. In 1989, what significant event took place marking the end of the Cold War?

The fall of the Berlin Wall
The Palesades Treaty
The Nuclear Arms Treaty
Hands Across America




History: U.S. History: Subjects of Diversity
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7. Because of low income and high poverty levels Native Americans started opening up these to help boost their income?

restaurants
stores
theaters
casinos




History: 1980s Nostalgia: It Happened in the 80s
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8. January 28, 1986, 73 seconds into its ninth launch this space shuttle exploded as thousands watched. What was the name of the shuttle?

Colombia
Voyager
Challenger
Explorer




History: 1950s Nostalgia: 1950s Fads, Fashion, Events and Pop Culture
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9. Some skirts of the '50's had large appliques of dogs on them.

poodle skirts
swing skirts
pencil skirts
capris




History: Famous Dates: It's Back: Dating With a Twist!
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10. Marilyn Monroe could NOT have watched which one of these movies?

On the Waterfront
The Third Man
Gone with the Wind
The Sting
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Postby Tonyblack » Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:23 pm

Literature

Literature: Shakespeare: Shakespearean Deaths
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1. In Shakespeare's most brutal play, who cuts up the sons of Tamora and serves them in a pie for their mother to eat?

Timon (of Athens)
Titus Adronicus
Saturnius
Mark Antony




Literature: Literary Characters: Who Created Me? #2
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2. Adam Trask, Kino, Mack, Tom Joad, and Rosasharn.

John Steinbeck
John Dos Passos
Sinclair Lewis
William Carlos Williams




Literature: Lines and Quotes: A Big Shakespearean Bash
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3. This man appears quite modest about his speaking skills, but is he? Everyone else at the party seems entranced by him. You be the judge. Who said, "I come not, friends, to steal away your hearts. I am no orator."

Marcus Brutus
Marc Antony
Decius Brutus
Caius Cassius




Literature: Ancient Greek Drama: Ancient Greek Tragedians
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4. List the surviving plays of Sophocles.

"Medea", "Alcestis", "Andromache", "Hecuba", "Hyppolitus", "The Phoenissae "
"Agamemnon","The Libation Bearers","The Eumenides", "Iphigenia at Aulis ,"Iphigenia in Tauris"
"Ajax", "Antigone", "Oedipus the King", "Electra", "Women of Trachis", "Philoctetes", "Oedipus at Colonus"
"The Persians", "Seven against Thebes","Prometheus Bound", "Hecuba"




Literature: Literary Characters: Classic Literature Characters
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5. Nick Carraway, Daisy Buchannan, Jordan Baker.

Farewell to Arms
A Streetcar Named Desire
Death of a Salesman
The Great Gatsby




Literature: Poetry: A Poetic Alphabet
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6. Lewis Carrol's "Jabberwocky" is an example of what?

Nonpareil poetry
Nonconformist poetry
Nonsense poetry
Nonaligned poetry




Literature: As You Like It: As You Like It
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7. Which character says, 'The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.'?

Jaques
Touchstone
Duke Senior
Orlando




Literature: Love's Labor's Lost: Shakespeare's "Love's Labor's Lost"
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8. What is the name of the kingdom where the play takes place?

Adantia
France
Verona
Navarre




Literature: Literature Before 1900: Pride and Prejudice - Know Your Characters
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9. "A couple who were only brought together because their passions were stronger than their virtue," - which two characters are described here?

Charlotte Lucas and Mr. Collins
Lydia Bennet and Mr. Wickham
Mr. and Mrs. Bennet
Jane Bennet and Mr. Bingley




Literature: Literary Characters: "Also Known As..." (Nicknames and Dual Identities)
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10. Princess Aurora, or Briar Rose: what is her more common epithet?

Cinderella
Sleeping Beauty
Snow White
Rapunzel
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Postby spideyGirl » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:13 pm

Tonyblack wrote:Literature

Literature: Shakespeare: Shakespearean Deaths
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1. In Shakespeare's most brutal play, who cuts up the sons of Tamora and serves them in a pie for their mother to eat?

Timon (of Athens)
Titus Adronicus
Saturnius
Mark Antony


:shock: we did NOT do that one at school! Is that where the idea for 'The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover' came from then me thinks?
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Postby Sjoerd3000 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:20 pm

I think that one is Titus Andronicus. There is a movie version with Anthony Hopkins :wink:
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Postby Tonyblack » Mon Apr 18, 2011 6:14 pm

:lol: Not one of the comedies, that's for sure.

I love The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover! Peter Greenaway movies rock! :D
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Postby Tonyblack » Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:42 pm

Trivia

World: German: German 101
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1. Which is not a traditional German food?

Dachshund
Wuerstchen
Schnitzel
Sauerkraut




World: Spanish: Spanish Time And Numbers
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2. Es mediodia. ?Que hora es?

19:30
11:30
12:00
16:00




World: Statues: Statues of Rapa Nui
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3. Rapa Nui is the native name of the island on which these statues stand. However, the island has a more common name. By what name is this remote island more commonly known?

Christmas Island
Easter Island
Pitcairn
Samoa




World: HMS Victory: Ahoy Matey, Life aboard Man-O-War, HMS Victory #1
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4. Like it or not, you're "a blue in the Andrew" now. What does this mean?

You're sea sick
You're a sailor in the Royal Navy
You're a member of an 1800's boy band
You're in big trouble




World: Worldwide Greetings!: How Do You Say ...?
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5. How do you say "Danish" in Danish?

Eest
Norsk
Dansk
Svenska




World: Supreme Court: Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press
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6. In New York Times v. Sullivan (1963), what did the Court state must be proved in order to prosecute for libel of a government official?

actual malice
defamation
sedition
identification




World: Aviation: Commercial Air Disasters 1988-98
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7. Airline crashes in the '80s, '90s and today are often solved by information provided by this very important item from the aircraft.

FD - Flight Director
CDU - Control/Display Unit
DFDR - Digital Flight Data Recorder
HSI - Horizontal Situation Indicator




World: Norwegian: Norwegian words!
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8. What is the Norwegian word for hairdresser?

"Frisor"
"Selger"
"Advokat"
"Keiser"




World: Military Matters: Canadian Military
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9. Which fighter/interceptor was scraped by the Diefenbaker government?

Sopwith Camel
Harrier
Avro Arrow
Tomcat




World: Latin: Latin Lives!
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10. You've been caught in flagrante delicto. What does that mean?

Red-handed
Wrapped in the flag
Beating yourself up
In a traffic jam
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Postby Tonyblack » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:22 pm

Trivia

World: Nixon, Richard: Background on Tricky Dick
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1. The chairman of the committee investigating Watergate was:

Howard Baker
Sam Ervin
Edward Gurney
John Mitchell




World: Currencies: Money Around The World II
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2. In Jordan you pay with...?

New Shekels
Dollars
Pounds
Dinar




World: Adams, John Quincy: John Quincy Adams
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3. Adams is sometimes said to be the father of what Institution, established in 1846?

Smithsonian
Jefferson Memorial
Washington Monument
Yellowstone National Park




World: Lincoln, Abraham: The Assassination of Lincoln
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4. Booth had originally intended to:

Burn down the White House
Murder key members of the Cabinet
Murder Lincoln
Kidnap Lincoln




World: UK Commercials: Classic British TV Ads
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5. 'They peel them with their metal knives'..but what are they peeling?

carrots
apples
potatoes
pears




World: UK Commercials: Classic British TV Ads
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6. 'A million housewives everyday ... pick up a tin' of what?

Beans
Soup
Peas
Tuna




World: Global Trivia: Superlatives from World Almanac 2001
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7. Which of these animals has the longest gestation period?

Giraffe
Elephant
Camel
Rhinoceros




World: Buildings & Landmarks: Man (or Woman)-Made Structures
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8. The famed London Bridge spanned the River Thames for almost 140 years. It was dismantled in 1968. Where is it now?

Arizona
Italy
Nowhere, it was destroyed
Still in London




World: French: Beginner's Phrases in French
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9. How do you say, 'In spring'?

Au printemps
Le printemps
En printemps
Dans printemps




World: Australia: History of the Australian Labor Party
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10. What does ACTU stand for?

Australian Caucus for Trade Unions
Australian Council of Trade Unionists
Australian Council of Trade United
Australian Council of Trade Unions
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History

History: European Overseas Empires: Early European Exploration
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1. Whose expedition was the first to circumnavigate the entire planet?

Juan Sebastian del Cano
John Cabot
Vasco Nunez de Balboa
Ferdinand Magellan




History: 1900s History: History 1900 To 1909
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2. Where did the Wright Brothers make their first flight in 1903?

Kitty Hawk N.C.
Pierre S.D.
Dayton OH.
Bismark N.D.




History: Cuban Missile Crisis: The Cuban Missile Crisis
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3. What have been the long term effects on US/Cuban relations?

A US trade embargo, still in effect today
The CMC has been reconciled by both sides
US control of Cuba
Tasty Cuban Cigars!




History: Civil War Battles: Tony's Battle Quiz - 1st Manassas
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4. Which location was the center point of all attacks in the Battle of 1st Manassas?

Robinson House
Henry House Hill
Warrenton Turnpike
The Plank Road




History: October November December: Remember, Remember, What Happened in November?
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5. Which of Queen Elizabeth II's children married on 14th November 1973?

Prince Andrew
Prince Edward
Princess Anne
Prince Charles




History: 1950s Nostalgia: Remembering the 50s - American Consumer Products
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6. What products did Hazel Bishop make?

TV Dinners
Televisions
Men's clothing
Cosmetics




History: Pre-History: Human Prehistory
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7. Christian Jurgensen Thomson developed his famous 'Three Age System' for subdividing human prehistory in 1806. Which of these was not an 'age' in Thomson's system?

Stone Age
Iron Age
Bronze Age
Silver Age




History: Cold War: Cold Warrior
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8. In late 1962, American U2 spy aircraft found that Soviet medium-range nuclear missile installations were being built in the US’ “back yard”. Where were they?

San Juan, Puerto Rico
Kingston, Jamaica
San Cristobal, Cuba
Port-au-Prince, Haiti




History: USA in the 20th.Century: Buggy Whips & Other Bygones : 2
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9. Before the invention of pantyhose, what could one purchase in a plastic egg?

Toothpaste
Candy
Putty
Gum




History: U.S. History: U.S. History Viewed from Britain
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10. What happened in the area we now call the United States of America between 1861 and 1865?

The American Civil War
baseball was invented
The American Revolution
all of these answers are correct
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Postby Tonyblack » Fri Apr 22, 2011 3:04 pm

Movies

Movies: Cage, Nicolas: Nicolas Cage's Leading Ladies
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1. Which actress played Jack Campbell's (Nicolas Cage) wife in 'The Family Man' (2000)?

Maria Bello
Tea Leoni
Kim Catrall
Charlize Theron




Movies: Pitt, Brad: Brad Pitt's Leading Ladies
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2. In 'Ocean's Eleven' (2001), who played the ex-wife of Rusty Ryan's (Brad Pitt) old friend?

Bridget Fonda
Elizabeth Hurley
Julia Roberts
Uma Thurman




Movies: Taglines - Tough: 1994 Taglines - Most Loathed
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3. 'He's setting sail on the high seas without a rudder, a compass, or a clue.'

Cabin Boy
North
Underwater
The Perfect Storm




Movies: Hanks, Tom: Tom Hanks's Leading Ladies
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4. In 1986's "The Money Pit", which actress played the part of Walter Fielding's (Tom Hanks) girlfriend?

Roseanna Arquette
Kelly McGillis
Shelley Long
Heather Locklear




Movies: Which Movie - Ave +/- 10: Anti-Teen Movie Quotes
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5. "The produce alone has been worth the trip."

K-PAX
Snake Eyes
The Usual Suspects
Ransom




Movies: Degrees - Easy +/- 10: 25 Degrees of Alec Baldwin
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6. Jude Law was in another futuristic movie about a boy roboter who experiences feelings, with Haley Joel Osment.Which one?

Boy of Steel
A. I. - Artificial Intelligence
The Miracle
The Roboter




Movies: Disney Lyrics: Lyrics From Disney Movies
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7. "Under the sea! Under the sea! Darling, it's better down where it's wetter! Take it from me! Up on the shore they ____________!"

work too hard
have no fun
work all day
labor all day




Movies: Disney Lyrics: Lyrics From Disney Movies
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8. "This is what you give me to work with? Well, honey, I've seen worse! We're gonna turn this sow's ear into a ____________?"

polished shoe
beautiful woman
true beauty
silk purse




Movies: Name It - Average 10: Movies With Memorable Songs
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9. This quirky comedy, based on a book by the same author of "High Fidelity", has a self absorbed Hugh Grant playing guitar with a 12 year old child in front of the entire school covering the song "Killing Me Softly" by Roberta Flack.

About A Boy
Four Weddings And A Funeral
Two Weeks Notice
Notting Hill




Movies: Degrees - Easy 10: From Steve Martin and Back Again
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10. Reese Witherspoon has a crucial role in this drama about a young man torn between a sweet young girl and his treacherous step-sister, also with Sarah Michelle Gellar.

I Know What You Did Last Summer
Cruel Intentions
Crazy for You
Election
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Postby Tonyblack » Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:01 pm

Music

Music: Rigoletto: Verdi's "Rigoletto"
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1. During the party another angry man enters. This time it is the heartbroken father of a girl who has been dishonored by the Duke. What is the name of this man?

Borsa
Count Almaviva
Marullo
Monterone




Music: Guitar: Guitar 101
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2. Why do guitar strings die?

Sweat causing rust
Dead skin gets stuck in the windings
All of these
Body oils causing corrosion




Music: Dance Music: Make a Song and Dance of it!
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3. Which film and musical featured a song (with accompanying dance, of course) that was a chart hit, and has been a student favourite for years?

The Sound of Music
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Annie
The Umbellas of Cherbourg




Music: Christian Music: God Songs
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4. Into what other language was Jaci Velasquez's "God So Loved" translated?

French
Spanish
German
Cantonese




Music: Eurovision Song Contest: The Eurovision Song Contest
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5. Which country has won the competition the most times?

Spain
United Kingdom
Ireland
Sweden




Music: Albums: Top Albums of All Time
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6. Yet another greatest hits album. This one is titled 'Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975'. Which band is this title talking about?

Dire Straits
Abba
The Eagles
Oasis




Music: Women in Music: Divas To Remember Part II
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7. Which diva had the original hit "Lady Marmalade"?

Diana Ross
Patti LaBelle
Aretha Franklin
Chaka Khan




Music: Names in Songs: Namechecking
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8. "Captain _____ and Pocahontas, had a very mad affair..."

Jones
Smith
John
White




Music: Name the Artist: Who Sang These Songs
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9. Who sang "I Believe I Can Fly", "Gotham City", and "If I Could Turn Back The Hands Of Time"?

Notorius B.I.G.
Puff Daddy
R. Kelly
Steve Wonder




Music: Music from 1980: #1 Albums of 1980
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10. This classic concept album is about a young musician whose neuroses cause him to hide behind a psychological barrier that he has created. This Pink Floyd album spent 15 weeks on the charts and won a Grammy for Best Engineering. Can you name this album?

Dark Side of the Moon
The Final Cut
Wish You Were Here
The Wall
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