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Flower Is the Answer
Thematic 25 Questions
"For each question the answer is the name of a flower. No flower appears twice."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
What was the name of the 1974 Portuguese revolution initiated by captains who were against Salazar and his system? (It ended a period of almost 50 years of dictatorship.)
Complete the name of the 1990 sensual movie with Jacqueline Bisset, Mickey Rourke and Carre Otis: Wild ________.
In May 2002, Princess Margriet of Holland came to Canada and as a gift, our "original country" offered her a sculpture representing 50 what?
(One Word (plural))
Which of the PowerPuff Girls dresses in green, is somewhat of a tomboy, and has beaten Mojo Jojo numerous times?
In Greek mythology, what is the name of the youngster who fell in love with his image? (One of the most renowned paintings of Salvador Dali represents his metamorphosis.)
This is the name of an alcoholic rock star played by Bette Midler in a 1979 movie; it is also the name of the lead female character in the blockbuster movie "Titanic".
What is represented four times on the Province of Quebec's flag? (It is also the symbol of monarchy in France.)
In "The Sound of Music", what is the name of the song that is a hymn to Austria, the Von Trapp family's homeland?
What Van Gogh painting, which was purchased with 40 million US dollars by a Japanese insurance company, is suspected to be a fake?
What cocktail is made with Champagne and orange juice?
What suffix meaning inferior or fake can be put after "critic" or "medic"?
(One Word (singular))
Her last name is Venable. She goes insane in a play from Tennessee Williams named "Suddenly, Last Summer". In cinema, her character was played by Katharine Hepburn.
What is worn especially for Remembrance Day? (It was chosen because it is the only flower that can revive in a battlefield covered by gunpowder.)
In an Alexandre Dumas play, the principal character, Marguerite, only likes this flower; that's why she is called: "The Lady of the ____________".
The name for the middle and largest part of the sternum is also the name of what flower?
Who is Betty's nemesis in the Archie comics? (This is also the name of a bullfighting move.)
What is the screen name (her real name is Anne Bourguignon) of the French actress who played in a lot of movies, including "Ma femme s'appelle reviens", "Le quart d'heure américain", "Le père Noel est une ordure" and "Le grand chemin"?
This is the name of the Goo Goo Dolls song beginning with: "And I'd give up forever to touch you". This is also the name of the more interesting song by The Breeders beginning with: "Four hours in the pot, one hour out, It grows and I sleep standing up".
This novel is the correspondence between Henrietta and Felix. Honoré de Balzac wrote it in 1835.
Lily of the Valley
In the far west, a new town was built, and life was peaceful with Lucky Luke as the sheriff. Then the Dalton brothers come to town and break up the pacific atmosphere. What is the name of this place? (___________ Town).
(One Word (singular))
What is the name of the Roman emperor who reigned from 253 to 260? (His most memorable accomplishment was the cruel persecution of Christians!)
Although it is seriously lacking in literary quality and historical exactness, "The Scarlet ___________" book series by the Baroness of Orczy, has certainly opened the way for the swashbuckling genre, e.g. Zorro. Fill in the blank.
In which town would you find Southern Arkansas University?
The authors of "The Heptameron", "Memoirs of Hadrian" and "The Lover" all shared this first name.
In an episode of "The Simpsons", the exhausted Marge hires a nanny named Shary Bobbins. What is the name of the first applicant to the job, who was chased out by Homer? (Mrs. __________)
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