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#237004 - Sun Aug 15 2004 11:41 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
Leau Offline
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Loc: Nijmegen/Brisbane
Eleven people have played round 13. Here are the results.

1. One of the 12 Dutch provinces.

10 points for:
Flevoland, Noord-Holland, Overijssel, and Utrecht
5 points for:
Zeeland (2), Gelderland (2) and Limburg (2)

I had to disallow Holland, as it's not a province, but a combination of both Noord- and Zuid-Holland, and a (wrongly) used name for the Netherlands as a country.


2. An officer's rank in the US Army.

10 points for:
Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel, Captain and 1st Lieutenant

5 points for:
Major (3), 2nd Lieutenant (2) and Brigadier General (2)


3. A programm included in MS Office.

10 points for:
OneNote

5 points for:
Access (4), Excel (3) and PowerPoint (3)

Amazingly nobody mentioned Word!


4. A book from the top 10 of The New York Times Bestseller List of Hardcover Fiction, the week of August 8th, 2004.

10 points for:
Skinny Dip, Ten Big Ones, Sam's Letters to Jennifer, The Rule of Four and Garden of Beasts

5 points for:
The DaVinci Code (3) and R is for Ricochet (3)


5. A desert.

10 points for:
Tanami, Colorado, Mojave, Simpson, Namib, Kalahari and Negev

5 points for:
Gobi (2) and Sahara (2)


SCORES

With a perfect score of 50 the winner of this round is Gatsby!

Julia1013 40
LeoDaVinci 35
Helen295 35
Lothruin 35
Engadine 35
ElfTwinkle 35
Spanishliz 30
Ozzz2002 30
Beaker411 30
JaneMarple 20



This post has been edited because I forgot to include LeoDaVinci's answers. My sincere apologies! Edited items are in red.


Edited by Leau78 (Sun Aug 15 2004 12:39 PM)

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#237005 - Sun Aug 15 2004 12:28 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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I demand a recount! How did that happen?
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#237006 - Sun Aug 15 2004 12:33 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Uhm...be careful what you wish for...a recount it will be, since I forgot to include LeoDaVinci's answers...
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#237007 - Sun Aug 15 2004 12:40 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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I was just kidding! Don't take away my rare point .
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#237008 - Sun Aug 15 2004 03:46 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Loc: France
Sorry I've been out of action these last two weeks. However, I am back now, and here are my questions for Monday 16th

Quote:

Round 16
1. Name any one of the current range of Renault cars.
2. Name any one site in Ireland where a passage grave can be found.
3. Give me a legal Scrabble word containing the letter Q but no U.
4. A deciduous tree which is common in Europe.
5. A monument (structure/building/temple) which forms part of The Acropolis of Athens.





This round will be closed on Tuesday evening.
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#237009 - Mon Aug 16 2004 02:23 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
kevinatilusa Offline
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Round 14 is closed. Results'll be up in an hour or so hopefully

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#237010 - Mon Aug 16 2004 03:21 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
kevinatilusa Offline
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Round 14 Results

9 people participated this time

1. An entity which marched as a "country" in the Athens Olympics but is not an independent nation

10: Chinese Taipei, Guam, Hong Kong, Palestine, Puerto Rico
Disallowed: East Timor, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Quebec, North/South Korea (the former two are now independent, the latter to didn't march as a nation).

Chinese Taipei (a.k.a. Taiwan) has never formally declared independence, in part because China has threatened military action if they do. Apologies to anyone confused by the wording of the question.

2. A Post World War II Prime Minister of Australia

10: Malcolm Fraser, Harold Halt, Bob Hawke, Paul Keating, Robert Menzies, Gough Whitland.
5: John McEwen (3)

3. A person/organization winning multiple Nobel Prizes

10: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
5: John Bardeen (2), Marie Curie (4), Linus Pauling (2).

The other acceptible answers were the International Red Cross (the only 3 time winner) and Frederick Sanger.

4. A Sondheim Musical

10: Company, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Merrily we Roll Along, Pacific Overtures, Passion, Sweeney Todd, West Side Story
5: A Little Night Music (2)

5. A Landlocked European Country

10: Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Slovakia
5: Andorra(2), Luxembourg (2), Switzerland (2)

TOTAL SCORES:

50: Elftwinkle
40: abcdefghijkl, Julia103
35: LeodaVinci, SpanishLiz
30: Gatsby722, JaneMarple, Lothruin
25: ozzz2002

Thanks everybody for playing, and congratulations Elftwinkle!

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#237011 - Mon Aug 16 2004 04:46 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Loc: Ontario Canada
Round 15 is now closed.

Results shortly.

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#237012 - Mon Aug 16 2004 05:39 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
spanishliz Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 13 2001
Posts: 22307
Loc: Ontario Canada
ROUND 15 RESULTS

There were 11 players this round.



1 One of the eight provinces that make up the Spanish region of Andalucia


Worth 10 points:
Cadiz, Huelva, Sevilla

Worth 5 points:
Malaga (3), Cordoba (2), Jaen (2)

Not accepted: Ronda, which is a city and area in Malaga province.

Not mentioned: Almeria (where I am) and Granada


2 An Australian or New Zealander who was awarded the Victoria Cross for an act performed during World War Two


Worth 10 points:
Roden Cutler, John Edmondson, Keith Elliott, John Hinton, William Kibby,
Reginald Rattey, Charles Upham

Worth 5 points:
Leonard Trent (3)

Not accepted: Rewi Alley, who appears to have been quite a remarkable New Zealander, but who was not a recipient of the Victoria Cross.

Other possibilities include Hughie Edwards, Lloyd Trigg, Ron Middleton, Jimmy Ward and several others.


3 An actor who has played Bounty mutineer Fletcher Christian in a movie


Worth 10 points:
Marlon Brando, Wilton Power (in a film made in 1916)

Worth 5 points:
Clark Gable (5), Errol Flynn (2), Mel Gibson (2)

With only five to choose from, two of you managed to make unique choices!


4 A country with a team competing in the Olympic baseball event at Athens


Worth 10 points:
Italy, Japan

Worth 5 points:
Cuba (3), Canada (2), Greece (2), Netherlands (2)

Not mentioned: Australia and Chinese Taipei


5 A Sue Grafton mystery featuring Kinsey Millhone


Worth 10 points:
J is for Judgment, M is for Malice

Worth 5 points:
D is for Deadbeat (3), B is for Burglar (2), C is for Corpse (2), O is for Outlaw (2)

Not mentioned: (Assume the A is for…) Alibi, Evidence, Fugitive, Gumshoe, Homicide, Innocent, Killer, Lawless, Noose, Peril, Quarry and Ricochet


Once again we have a perfect 50!

Lothruin 50

romeomikegolf 40

beaker411 30
ElfTwinkle 30
Gatsby722 30
Helen295 30
LeoDaVinci 30
Ozzz2002 30

JaneMarple 25
Julia103 25
Leau78 25


Congratulations to Lothruin, and thanks to everyone for playing!


Edited by spanishliz (Mon Aug 16 2004 05:43 PM)

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#237013 - Mon Aug 16 2004 07:11 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
LeoDaVinci Offline
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Here are my first questions, for Tuesday August 16th... in the spirit of the Olympic games, and worldy brotherhood:

Quote:

Round 17
1. Name a world continent.
2. Name one of the colours of the Olympic flag
3. Name one of the seven Heavenly virtues.
4. Name a European city that has hosted the Summer Olympic games.
5. Name an Olympic men's Soccer silver medalist since 1968.





This round will be closed on Thursday evening.

Good luck!


Edited by LeoDaVinci (Tue Aug 17 2004 06:32 PM)
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#237014 - Tue Aug 17 2004 02:11 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Posts: 8744
Loc: France
Round 16 now closed.

Results soon.
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#237015 - Tue Aug 17 2004 03:14 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
Santana2002 Offline
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Posts: 8744
Loc: France
ROUND 16 RESULTS
13 participants.

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1. Name any one of the current range of Renault cars

For 10 points: Vel Satis - Kangoo - Mégane Sports Saloon - Mégane Coupé Cabriolet - Laguna

For 5 points: Espace (2) - Clio (3) - Twingo (2)

Disallowed: Alpine. This site clarifies that the 'Alpine' is in fact a different company. "Rally driver and Renault dealer Jean Redele started his own company in Dieppe, France in 1955. Named 'Alpine' the small company manufactured sports cars using many Renault sourced bits and pieces. Although the manufacturer was fully independent, the models were available through Renault's dealer network.". However, I am open to correction on this.

2. Name any one site in Ireland where a passage grave can be found

For 10 points: Carrowmore - Newgrange

For 5 Points: Fourknocks (2) - Dowth (3) - Knowth (2) - Loughcrew Ciarns (2) - Mound of Hostages/Tara Hill/Duma na nGiall (2)


3. Give me a legal Scrabble word containing the letter Q but no U

For 10 points: QOPH - QAT - QWERTY - QIS - TZADDQIM - FAQIR - QIBLAS - QAID

For 5 points: SHEQEL (3) - QANAT (2)


4. A deciduous tree which is common in Europe

For 10 points: Hornbeam - Sessile Oak - Small Leaved Lime (Linden) - Elm - Ash - Maple - Yew - Sycamore - Norway maple - Oak - Plane Tree

For 5 points: Silver Birch (2)


5. A monument (structure/building/temple) which forms part of The Acropolis of Athens

For 10 points: The Thission - The Sanctuary/Altar of Zeus Polieus

For 5 points: The Erechtion (2) - The Propylaea (3) - The Parthenon (2) - The Temple of Athena Nike (4)

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SCORES

45 Points : ozzz2002

40 Points : romeomikegolf - JaneMarple - Leau78
35 Points : Gatsby722 - ElfTwinkle - beaker411 - Engadine - Lothruin
30 Points : LeoDaVinci - Julia103 - helen295 - spanishliz

Thanks for playing, everyone.
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#237016 - Wed Aug 18 2004 03:10 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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ROUND 18

Quote:



1) An episode from the first season of 'Murder She Wrote"
2) A trick-taking card game
3) A male Norse God
4) Excluding our own sun, one of the 10 closest star to the Earth
5) A fictional elephant or a fictional elephant-like creature.




Edited to change 'closest sun' to 'losest star'


Edited by Kuu (Wed Aug 18 2004 08:29 AM)

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#237017 - Thu Aug 19 2004 12:25 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14481
Loc: North West of England
Round 19

Q1 – A Chess Piece.
Q2 – A planet in the Solar System.
Q3 – Something associated with a Wedding Anniversary. For example, the first anniversary is your “paper” anniversary. Of course, paper is not now accepted!
Q4 – A American State start with N.
Q5 – A Tommy and Tuppence novel by Agatha Christie – short story collection or full-length novel.
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#237018 - Thu Aug 19 2004 07:40 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Round 17 is now closed. Results as soon as I get home and have them in my hands.
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#237019 - Thu Aug 19 2004 04:39 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
LeoDaVinci Offline
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ROUND SEVENTEEN RESULTS

Thirteen people played.

1. Name a world continent.

Worth 10 points:
Europe, North America and South America

Worth 5 points:
Africa (5), Asia (3), Antarctica (2)

Not mentioned: Australia!! No Ozzies here??

2. Name one of the colours of the Olympic flag.

Worth 10 points:
Blue and red.

Worth 5 points:
White (3), Black (2), Yellow (4), Green (2)

3. Name one of the seven Heavenly virtues.

Worth 10 points:
Hope, and prudence.

Worth 5 points:
Temperance (2), charity (2), justice (6)

I have no idea why 'justice' was so popular... were you trying to tell me something here?

Not mentioned: Fortitude and Faith.
Not accepted: Wisdom

4. Name a European city that has hosted the Summer Olympic games.

Worth 10 points:
Munich, Berlin, Antwerp and Amsterdam.

Worth 5 points:
Athens (2), Barcelona (3), London (2), Rome (2)

Not mentioned: Paris, Stockholm, Helsinki and Moscow (which is technically in Europe)

5. Name an Olympic men's Soccer silver medalist since 1968.

Worth 10 points:
Argentina, Spain, Brazil and East Germany.

Worth 5 points:
Hungary (3) and Poland (5)

This was interesting, as 9 of the first 8 answers were Hungary and Poland, the ones who sent later were the ones who were original.

Not mentioned: Bulgaria
Not Accepted: Dagny Mellgren is a soccer player for Norway's women's team, not men's soccer. Anyway, Norway won the gold if I'm not mistaken in the Olympics in women's soccer.

POINTS:
We have a five-way tie!
Romeomikegolf 35
Izzi 35
Julia103 35
helen295 35
Kevinatilusa 35


spanishliz 30
Leau78 30
santana2002 30
Exit10 30
ElfTwinkle 30
Gatsby722 25
JaneMarple 20
beaker411 20

Thanks everyone for playing and the support for my first round, may the next be as good if not better!
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#237020 - Thu Aug 19 2004 07:38 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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I'm posting these a little early but we still have until Sunday to close it up. Yikes, the way my body feels it might take until Sunday to write these .

Round 20

1. George Clooney certainly hit it big as a doc on "E.R." but his TV career hasn't been so great, overall. Name a show where George played a fictional character, either as a one time appearance or a returning character.

2. Name an Actor or Actress who has won an Oscar whose first name begins with "A". Supporting players will be accepted.

3. Who was one of serial killer Ted Bundy's victims?

4. Name an edible ingredient of a standard "Big Mac".

5. Name an Italian river!

Have fun!
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#237021 - Fri Aug 20 2004 03:35 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Round 18 is now closed. Answers and score will be posted soon.

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#237022 - Fri Aug 20 2004 04:03 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
Kuu Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 03 2002
Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
ANSWERS TO ROUND 18 (12 entries)

Question 1 - 'Murder She Wrote' episode

Worth 10 points
Deadly Lady, Death Casts a Spell, Birds of a Feather, Sudden Death, It's a Dog's Life

Worth 5 points
Lovers and Other Killers (3), Hit Run and Homicide (2), We're Off to Kill the Wizard (2)

Question 2 - Trick-taking card game

Worth 10 points
99, French Tarot, 500, Spades, Durak (a Russian game), Pinochle, 10 point Pinch, Bridge, Hearts, Euchre

Worth 5 points
Wizard (2)

Question 3 - Norse God

Worth 10 points
Tyr, Niord, Aegir, Vili

Worth 5 points
Odin (3), Loki (3), Bragi (2)

Question 4 - One of the 10 closest stars

Worth 10 points
Proxima Centauri, Luyten 726-8B, UV Ceti A (also called Luyten 726-8A),Sirius A

Worth 5 points
Rigil Kentaurus (Alpha Centauri A) (2), Wolf359 (5) - in Star Trek this is where the Federation made their desperate stand against the Borg.

I had to disallow the answer Alpha Centauri. Alpha Centauri refers to the star system that contains the three stars - Proxima Centauri, Alpha Centauri A (Rigil Kentaurus) and Alpha Centauri B. I needed the individual names of the stars not the star system.

Question 5 - Fictional elephant

Worth 10 points
Col. Haiti, Ganesha, Sookie (The Saggy Baggy Elephant), Lots-of-Heart, Heffalump, Celeste (Babar's wife), Dumbo

Worth 5 points
Babar (5)


SCORES

spanishliz - 45

Santana2002 - 40
ozzz2002 - 40
beaker411 - 40
Angadine - 40
JaneMarple - 35
LeoDaVinci - 35
Lothruin - 35
Laeu78 - 35
Elfwinkle - 35
Julia103 - 35
Gatsby722 - 30

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#237023 - Sat Aug 21 2004 12:48 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Posts: 14481
Loc: North West of England
Round 19 is closed - Answers in five minutes!
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#237024 - Sat Aug 21 2004 01:08 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14481
Loc: North West of England
Results!
Q1 – A Chess Piece.
For ten points:
Knight,
For five points:
King (4), Castle/Rook (3), Queen (3), Bishop (2),
Nobody mentioned Pawn




Q2 – A planet in the Solar System.
For ten points:
Venus, Saturn,
For five points:
Pluto (2), Neptune (2), Mars (3), Earth (2), Jupiter (2),
Nobody mentioned Mercury or Uranus




Q3 – Something associated with a Wedding Anniversary. For example, the first anniversary is your “paper” anniversary. Of course, paper is not now accepted!
For ten points:
Pearl (30 years) , Desk Sets (7th – Modern), Wool (7 years), Crystal (15 years), Ivory (14 years),
For five points:
Silver (25 years) (4), Coral (35 years) (2), Wood (5 years) (2)
Lots more weren’t mentioned. I didn’t know there was a modern version of them so I accepted the modern versions too!




Q5 – A Tommy and Tuppence novel by Agatha Christie – short story collection or full-length novel.
For ten points:
New Mexico, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, New Hampshire,
For five points:
Nebraska (6), North Carolina (2)
Nobody mentioned New Jersey




Q5 – A Tommy and Tuppence novel by Agatha Christie – short story collection or full-length novel.
For ten points:
“The Affair of the Pink Pearl”(Short Story), N or M?,
For five points:
Partners In Crime (3), Postern of Fate (2), By the Pricking of my Thumbs (4), The Secret Adversary (2),
Nobody mentioned A Fairy In The Flat, A Pot Of Tea, The Adventure Of The Sinister Stranger, Finessing The King, The Gentleman Dressed In Newspaper, The Case Of The Missing Lady, Blindman's Bluff, The Man In The Mist, The Crackler, The Sunningdale Mystery, The House Of The Lurking Death, The Unbreakable Alibi, The Clergymans Daughter, The Red House, The Ambassador's Boots and The Man Who Was Number Sixteen. These are all short stories.





Scores – 13 people played!
Julia103 – 45
Gatsby722 – 40


Ozzz2002 – 35
LeoDaVinci – 35
Helen295 - 35
Lothruin – 30
Beaker411 – 30
Satana2002 – 30
Beeblebrox – 30
Endagine – 30
Leau78 – 25
SpanishLiz – 25
ElfTwinkle – 25


Edited by JaneMarple (Sat Aug 21 2004 01:09 AM)
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#237025 - Sat Aug 21 2004 01:29 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
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Quote:


ROUND 21

Give:
1: an actor who has played King Arthur in a movie
2: a political party currently holding at least one seat in the U.K. House of Commons
3: a Country whose name begins and ends with the same letter.
4: a scientist who has an element of the periodic table named after them.
5: a distance which is the length of an olympic swimming event (men or women)
.
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Results will be posted at some point on Monday




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#237026 - Sat Aug 21 2004 04:52 PM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
spanishliz Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 13 2001
Posts: 22307
Loc: Ontario Canada
Here are Sunday's questions:

Quote:

Round 22

1 A recipient of the Victoria Cross who was serving aboard a submarine (including midget subs) at the time the award was earned (any conflict)

2 A member of the current royal family of Spain, including spouses (I'm after the monarch, monarch's spouse, their children & their spouses - no distant cousins, uncles etc)

3 A woman who has won at least one gold medal in an individual swimming event at Athens

4 A famous saxophone player

5 A 'Cat Who...' mystery by Lilian Jackson Braun




Answers and results in the early hours of Tuesday (CET).

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#237027 - Sun Aug 22 2004 01:32 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
Gatsby722 Offline
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Loc: Canton
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Round 20 is now closed. I think everyone got in that planned to.
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#237028 - Sun Aug 22 2004 02:25 AM Re: Trivia Rounds - August
Gatsby722 Offline
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Posts: 123698
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Round 20 Results

Name A George Clooney TV Show.

For 10 points:
"Friends" (one-time appearance), "Sisters" (semi-regular stint), "The Facts Of Life" (only one season, I think), "Baby Talk" (now there was a great show ), "Street Hawk".

For 5 points:
"Roseanne" (3), "Sunset Beat" (2), "The Golden Girls".

An Oscar Winning Actor/Actress Beginning With Letter 'A'.

For 10 points:
Anne Revere (Best Supporting Actress for "National Velvet"), Anne Baxter (Best Supporting Actress in "The Razor's Edge"), Audrey Hepburn (Best Actress for "Roman Holiday"), Anthony Quinn (he won Best Supporting Actor twice!).

For 5 points:
Alec Guiness (2), Art Carney (2), Al Pacino (2), Anne Bancroft (2)

I can think of a couple that weren't mentioned. Adrien Brody, Anna Paquin, Angelina Jolie, Anthony Hopkins, Anna Magnani. There are probably more.

One Of Ted Bundy's Victims

For 10 points:
Caryn Campbell, Melanie Cooley, Janice Ott, Lisa Levy, Carol Valenzuela.

For 5 points:
Denise Naslund (3), Lynda Ann Healy (2), Roberta Parks (2).

An "Edible Ingredient" Of A Big Mac

(Note: it has been now firmly established that maybe Big Macs aren't edible at all. . Many of you jumped all over that!)

For 10 points:
Special Sauce, Onions, Cheese.

For 5 points:
Sesame seed bun (6!), Lettuce (3).

An Italian River

I ran into one little glitch on this one...
For 10 points:
Serio, Volturno, River Fiumefreddo, Toscana, Dora Baltea, Tiber.

For 5 points:
Po (3), Isonzo (2)

I could not find Valino listed as a river in Italy. But I could be wrong. Correct me if so.

Thanks everyone for playing!
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