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#253029 - Wed Jan 19 2005 03:27 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Kuu Offline
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I must apologise for not playing people's rounds of late but it is still school holidays here and we have been extremely busy. The kids don't go back until the 17th Feb which is 2 to 3 weeks later than other Australian states

Here are my questions (I hope none of these have been asked before.)

EDITED TO ADD - This is Round 19




1) A city of Tasmania. There are only six localities that have been given city status.

2) A species of gibbon (scientific name to be included if possible).

3) A word, three letters in length or more, that you can make from the letters in TURNIP (without using a letter more than once)

4) A month of the year in Finnish

5) Any member of the cast (not the character) in the 1972 movie "Sleuth".


Edited by Kuu (Wed Jan 19 2005 03:38 AM)

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#253030 - Wed Jan 19 2005 07:30 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Round 20

1) The Australian Open Tennis is being played this week. Can you tell me a men's singles winner after 1990?

2) Name a member of the British royal family that has appeared on an Australian postage stamp.

3) Name a present day country who name ends in '..land'. (eg, England)

4) Name a current Australian State Premier.

5) '...ine' is a suffix used to describe various animals (eg, canine). Give me another '..ine' word, and the animal it describes.

Cheers, and good luck. I will post answers sometime on Saturday.
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#253031 - Wed Jan 19 2005 08:07 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Round 17 is now closed --- answers in 2 or 3 hours.

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#253032 - Thu Jan 20 2005 04:06 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Trivia Rounds - January: Round 17 (Jan. 17th): 9 players participated


Name:

QUESTION 1: A character in the comic strip For Better Or Worse that is a member of the Patterson Family

10 points: Jon, Elly, Michael, Elizabeth (Liz), Deanna, Meredith, Robin Michael (Robin)

5 points: April (2)

Not mentioned: Farley, Edgar ---> these are the family dogs, and I would have acceptd them as valid answers


QUESTION 2: Any song from ACT I of the musical You're A Good Man Charlie Brown:

10 points: Schroeder, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Lucy Opens Shop, The Book Report, Snoopy-Sugarlips

5 points: My Blanket And Me (2), Queen Lucy (2)

Not mentioned: Snoopy, The Kite, Valentines, The Doctor Is In, Leaf


QUESTION 3: A song on Anne Murray's Greatest Hits album that was released in 1980:

10 points: Danny's Song, Daydream Believer, Shadows In The Moonlight, I Just Fall In Love Again

5 points: Broken Hearted Me (3), Could I Have This Dance (2)

Not mentioned: Snowbird, A Love Song, You Won't See Me, You Needed Me


QUESTION 4: Superbowl XXXIX will be played on Feb. 6th --- name a city that has hosted the Superbowl more than once:

10 points: Houston - twice, New Orleans - nine times, Los Angeles - 7 times

5 points: Miami - eight times (4), Pasedena - 5 times (2)

Not Mentioned: Tampa Bay (three times), San Diego (three times), Atlanta (twice)


QUESTION 5: A novel by Danielle Steel which has a title that begins with the letter T thru Z:

10 points: Zoya, Wanderlust

5 points: To Love Again (2), Wings(2), Vanished (3)(2)

Not Mentioned: Thurston House, The Wedding


Results

Santana2002: 50 points

Leo DaVinci: 45 points

gatsby722: 40 points
onlytrivial: 40 points

Julia103: 35 points

cinnam0n: 30 points
justanobody: 30 points
mjohn620: 30 points
ozzz2002: 30 points



Congratulations to Santana2002 who collects a point for this round.

Thanks for playing everyone!

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#253033 - Thu Jan 20 2005 08:46 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Exit10 Offline


Registered: Fri Sep 28 2001
Posts: 4253
Loc: Brisbane Queensland Australia
Trivia Round 16 (16 January 2005) 9 players

1. Name a popular web browser

10 points: Internet Explorer, Netscape, Dillo, Konqueror, Firebird, Mozilla, Opera, Apple Safari

Disallowed: Google is a search engine not a browser

2. Any vegetable from the root or tuber family.

10 Points: Radish, Sweet potato, yam, potato, beetroot, salsify, jicama
5 points: cassava (2)

Not mentioned: A lot including carrot, celeriac, horseradish, parsnip, turnip, Jerusalem artichoke

NB: Sweet potato, yams and cassava are all different vegetables. They do share some similarities hence their names are interchangeable.

3. Any nominee from the Golden Globes in either the Best Female or Best Male categories.

10 Points: Liam Neeson, Don Cheadle, Christine Lahti
5 Points: Imelda Staunton (3), Javier Bardem (2)

Disallowed: Cate Blanchett nominated for a support role

Not mentioned: Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Hilary Swank, Uma Thurman, Scarlett Johansson, Nicole Kidman

4. A popular anti-depressant.

10 Points: Sertraline, Wellbutrin
5 Points: Paxil (5), Celexa (2)

WOW! Do you guys all go to the same doctor? If not, you should buy shares in Paxil.

Not mentioned: Prozac, Zoloft, Effexor, Remeron, Lexapro, Luvox and numerous others that generally fall into the SSRI range.

5. An Irish Antarctic explorer.

10 Points: Francis McClintock
5 Points: Ernest Shackleton (2), Francis Crozier (4), Robert McClure (2)

Not mentioned: Tom Crean, Edward Bansfield, Henry Kellett
http://ireland.iol.ie/south-aris/irishexp.htm

Scores:
gatsby722, Leodavinci, mjohn620, Cinnam0n 40 points
Elftwinkle, Justanobody, 35 points
Julia103, Ozzz2002, onlytrivial 30 points

Thanks everyone for playing.

Edited to reflect score changes as per posts below.


Edited by Exit10 (Fri Jan 21 2005 09:54 AM)

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#253034 - Thu Jan 20 2005 09:25 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
cinnam0n Offline
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Maybe I'm missing something, but where in question #3 does it specify an award for a movie role rather than a television role?

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#253035 - Fri Jan 21 2005 03:16 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Registered: Fri Sep 28 2001
Posts: 4253
Loc: Brisbane Queensland Australia
It doesn't. My bad In that case I will add another ten points to your score - besides how could I refuse with that emoticon. This now gives you 40 points.


Edited by Exit10 (Fri Jan 21 2005 09:55 AM)

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#253036 - Fri Jan 21 2005 03:48 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Kuu Offline
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Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
Round 19 is closed. Answers and scores will be up within the hour.

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#253037 - Fri Jan 21 2005 04:24 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Kuu Offline
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Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
Answers to Round 19

I would like to welcome littlewoman2 who played the game for the first time.

Question 1 - City of Tasmania

Worth 10 points
Clarence (I live here), Hobart, Glenorchy

Worth 5 points
Launceston (2), Burnie (2)

No-one mentioned Devonport.

Clarence, Glenorchy, Hobart and a few other places make up Greater Hobart - which sounds impressive but Greater Hobart only has a total population of about 190,000.

Question 2 - species of gibbon

Worth 10 points
Buff or Red-cheeked gibbon, Siamang, Lar Gibbon, Borneo or grey gibbon

Worth 5 points
Hoolock gibbon (3)

I had a bit of trouble with the hoolock gibbon as I was sort of given 3 different answers but they all ended up being the same species. the Genus name is Hylobates, while bunopithecus is the subgenus, The hoolock has two subspecies the Eastern ans Western hoolock.

Question 3 - Words from the letters in TURNIP

Worth 10 points
Tui (a New Zealand bird and a clever answer), pun, turn, rut

Worth 5 points
Punt (3)

Question 4 - a Finnish month
Worth 10 points
Joulukuu, ekokuu, maalisku

Worth 5 points
louakuu

I had two wrong answers - Oc'tobr and Yleva

The 12 months are tammikuu, helmikuu, maaliskuu, huhtikuu, toukokuu, kesäkuu, heinäkuu, elokuu, syyskuu, lokakuu, marraskuu and joulukuu.

The Finnish word kuu means moon. I take my user name from Kuu who is the Finnish Goddess of the Moon.

Question 5 - Cast member of Sleuth

Worth 10 points
Eve Channing, John Matthews, Alec Cawthorne, Laurence Olivier

Worth 5 points
Michael Caine (3)

No-one picked Teddy Martin.


SCORES

40 points - CinnamOn, ozzz2002, onlytrivial

35 points - gatsby722, mjohn622
30 points - littlewoman2, Santana2002

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#253038 - Fri Jan 21 2005 05:53 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Gidday one and all!

Round 21 will be posted within the next 24 hours, sorry, but I've not been too well and am waaaaaaaaaaaay behind in everything!

But, I'll try and make it a really fun one!

Thanks!

Engadine
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#253039 - Fri Jan 21 2005 09:08 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
LeoDaVinci Online   mad
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Round XVII is now closed

Results, s o o n . . .
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#253040 - Fri Jan 21 2005 04:35 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Round XVIII - January 18th, 2005...

The Results!

7 people played this round...

Question I: Name a species of dolphin...
For 10 points: Rough-toothed Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Hector's Dolphin
For 5 points: Hourglass Dolphin (2), Pacific White-sided Dolphin (2)
Not mentioned: Many, in fact, too many to list. Dolphins are a close cousin to the toothed whales, and in fact, many people classify them as all one species.

Question II: Name a one of the lost tribes of Israel...
For 10 points: Simeon, Issaschar, Dan, Gad, Asher and Naphtali
Not mentioned: Menasseh, Ephrayim, Reuben, Zebulun
Not Accepted: Levi - Levi was not one of the Ten lost tribes, in fact, his was the only tribe not given a tract of land. The tribe of Levi became the tribe of the high-priests, and they were indispersed among all the other tribes.

All the children of Jacob were the fathers of the tribes of Judaism, and after the Exodus, the land of Cana'an was divided into 12 tracts of land. Levi was the tribe of priests, and so they needed no land, but Joseph (the very same with the technicolour dreamcoat), he had two sons - Menasseh and Ephrayim, who were each made into a 'half-tribe'. Eventually, the Jews split into two kingdoms, the kingdom of Judah, comprising of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, and the kingdom of Israel, comprising of all the rest. When the exile in Babylon by Assyrian armies of the kingdom of Israel came about in 722BC, the ten tribes of Israel were eventually dispersed among the Middle East, and most probably, the world. They have not come back since, but believers say that they will be found when the Messiah arrives.

Question III: Name a North American beer, whose distribution is (at least) national...
For 10 points: Pabst, Muskola, Labatt's
For 5 points: Coors (2), Rolling Rock (2)
I'm sorry to say, North American beer is not real beer! That's all I have to say about that. Drink Guinness.

Question IV: Name a dwarf from Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarves...
For 10 points: Sleepy and Sneezy
For 5 points: Dopey (2), Happy (3)
Not mentioned: Doc, Bashful, Grumpy
In the original version of Snow White, by the brothers Grimm, the dwarves had no names. Only when Disney decided to make the story into a movie were the names finally added. It was Disney's first full-length animated movie.

Question V: Name a medical (MD) specialty that ends in '-ologist'...
For 10 points: Rheumatologist
For 5 points: Oncologist (2), Otolaryngologist (2), Proctologist (2)
Not mentioned: Many, including: hematologist, anesthesiologist, cardiologist, dermatologist, endocrinologist, gerontologist, gynecologist, ophthalmologist, otorhinolaryngologist, pathologist, urologist and neurologist.

The Bonus:
Give me the name of all of the matrices that all their vectors are at right angles to each other, and the squared length of all of their vectors is 1!
Unfortunately, nobody got this one right. The correct answer is an Orthonormal Matrix. An Identity matrix is a specific example of an orthonormal matrix, though it has many other properties as well. Other than that, an orthonormal matrix has vectors that are all unit vectors, and they are at right angles to ANY other vector in the matrix, whether we look at columns OR rows.

Oh well, specialized math one. Do I hear grumbles? That's why it was a BONUS... its harder, and not easy at all to look up, unless you know what to look for. Otherwise it wouldn't be trivia!

The Results:
Our winner: cinnamOn with 45 points...
The rest:
40 points: gatsby722 and onlytrivial
35 points: Ozzz2002
30 points: mjohn620 and Julia103
25 points: ElfTwinkle

Congratulations to cinnamOn and thanks for playing.

Have a great week!
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#253041 - Sat Jan 22 2005 03:38 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
ozzz2002 Offline
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Round 20 Results

1) The Australian Open Tennis is being played this week. Can you tell me a men's singles winner after 1990?

10 points- Andre Agassi (2000 and 2001),
5 points- Petr Korda (2), Boris Becker(4), Pete Sampras (3), Roger Federer (2)


Not mentioned- Thomas Johanssen, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Jim Courier

2) Name a member of the British royal family that has appeared on an Australian postage stamp.

10 points- Victoria, George V, George VI, The Queen Mum, Princess Anne, Prince Chuckles, Lady Di


5 points- Elizabeth II (4)

Not allowed- Edward VIII

3) Name a present day country who name ends in '..land'. (eg, England)

10 points- Scotland, England, Iceland, Poland, Christmas Island, Finland

5 points- Greenland (2), Swaziland (2), Ireland (2)

4) Name a current Australian State Premier.

10 points- Paul Lennon (Tas), Geoff Gallop (WA), Peter Beattie (Qld)

5 points- Mike Rann (SA) (3), Steve Bracks (Vic) (3), Bob Carr (NSW) (2)

Not allowed- Mark Latham (ex- Federal Opposition Leader)


5) '...ine' is a suffix used to describe various animals (eg, canine). Give me another '..ine' word, and the animal it describes.

10 points- Feline (cat), Aedine (mosquito), Ursine (bear), Anserine (goose), Vespine (wasp), Asinine ([censored]), Vituline (calf)

5 points- Porcine (pig) (2), Bovine (cow) (2)

Not mentioned- some common ones like canine, ovine, leonine. There are lots more obscure ones listed here. - Thanks to Santana for the link.

And the all-important player's scores....

45 points- Exit10

40 points- Cinnamon, Julia, Wajo (on debut)

35 points- ElfTwinkle, Eraserhead, Santana, Gatsby, MJohn

30 points- Beaker, OnlyTrivia

15 points- Wallarobba

Thanks for playing, and congratulations to Exit10.
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#253042 - Sat Jan 22 2005 09:32 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Hello folks. It's my go today. But it's first thing in the morning for me and I'm getting ready to celebrate my mother's 50th birthday with a big breakfast and then some shopping. But don't worry, there WILL be questions, just later than usual and I'll let them run late on Monday before I close them. I know for a lot of people, it's already LATE on Saturday, and it's quite possible that Sunday's round will be up before mine, but I hope you'll all understand.
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#253043 - Sat Jan 22 2005 06:41 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Quote:

it's quite possible that Sunday's round will be up before mine, but I hope you'll all understand.





I'm a bit early though - as I can barely keep my eyes open...

Quote:

Round 23

Please name:

1 A movie starring both Doris Day and Gordon MacRae
2 A FunTrivia player who finished in the Top Ten of the Daily Tournament that ended on 27 December listed here .
3 One of the Top Ten names for boys in England and Wales in 2004 according to the UK Office of National Statistics
4 Any Toronto Blue Jay who has worn the uniform number 10 since 1977
5 A recipient of either the Victoria Cross or the Medal of Honor for a deed performed in the year 1900 (not the date the award was made)

Google hint: Try either 'victoria cross 1900' or 'medal of honor 1900' (without the ' at either end). These should turn up good results.



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#253044 - Sun Jan 23 2005 06:54 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Sorry I haven't been joining in lately, been busy with other things! But I should be back sending my answers in tomorrow maybe!
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#253045 - Sun Jan 23 2005 10:29 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Santana2002 Offline
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Registered: Mon Apr 14 2003
Posts: 8821
Loc: France
MONDAY'S ROUND - ROUND 24

Please name me:

1) The bones of the human body fall into four general categories: long bones, short bones, flat bones, and irregular bones. Long bones are longer than they are wide and work as levers. Name me one.

2) Name me one of the 'Toa' from Lego's current Bionicle range.

3) A country with celtic origins (there are at least 7 to choose from)

4) A song title, at least three words in length, in which ALL the words in the title are in alphabetical order. (Please include performing artist/group if possible)

5) A plural word ending in the letter S which becomes a singular word when you add another S to the end of the original word, eg, millionaires becomes millionairesS.

Have fun.
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#253046 - Mon Jan 24 2005 01:03 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Belated Round 21!

Better late than never (and they're all multiple choice to assist me while I'm not so crash hot, sorry if this upsets anyone's apple cart!)

1) In the Australian vernacular (strine) who or what is Auntie?
a) Dame Edna Everage
b) The Australian Aunts Association
c) The Australian Broadcasting Corporation
d) Queen Elizabeth II
e) A New Zealander

2) If you finish something particularly difficult on your first go, what, in the Australian vernacular, are you said to be?
a) cheeky
b) flukey
c) arsey
d) lucky
e) a Public Servant

3) In the Australian vernacular, what is "aerial ping-pong"?
a) Rugby League Football
b) Australian Rules Football
c) Beech Volleyball
d) Squash
e) Table Tennis

4) If you're "cactus" in the Australian vernacular, you're what?
a) dead
b) itchy
c) sickly
d) terrific
e) terrified

5) In the Australian vernacular, if you "come a gutser", what's happened to you?
a) You've thrown up
b) You've gotten fatter
c) You've had an accident
d) You've eaten too much
e) You've bought a car

Best of luck everyone, definately not too much of a brain strain and maybe a little chuckle along the way for you all!

Well, hopefully I'll be feeling a lot better soon (wishful thinking - not!)
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#253047 - Mon Jan 24 2005 06:50 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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I think you posted a quiz, Engadine. But that's OK. I'm still stuck on "Auntie"! Yikes .
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#253048 - Mon Jan 24 2005 08:31 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
Engadine Offline
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Lol, I posted that I would post (that was 3 days ago)

Go Gats!
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#253049 - Mon Jan 24 2005 10:09 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Looks like some of mine are more difficult to research than I had anticipated. I honestly thought I was posting a reasonably straightforward round with only one Google in it. Should anyone be stuck and needing a nudge, link or whatever just drop me a PM, and accept my apologies.

*edit*

OK the Lego one probably requires a google, but it's there on their site. All you need is to Google Lego Bionicle...

The celtic countries are listed on numerous sites, and a simple Google on Celtic Countries should bring up some results.

The bones should be easy enough to research (if needed), and as for #5 (the one I thought was a stumper), if you need a helpful link I'm willing to point you in the right direction by PM.

Again, sorry for making this round so difficult


Edited by Santana2002 (Mon Jan 24 2005 01:04 PM)
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#253050 - Mon Jan 24 2005 10:27 AM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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So Engadine, is there only one or more than one correct answer for each on this quiz? I'm not quite clear -

Hope you're feeling better!


Edited by cinnam0n (Mon Jan 24 2005 11:24 PM)

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#253051 - Mon Jan 24 2005 02:56 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14484
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ROUND 25 - TUESDAY

I'm early (maybe exceedingly early for some people!)but I'm busy tomorrow! I am going back to my childhood this week and giving you five questions on the books by Enid Blyton. If nobody knows her works, you will get help in the Childrens section of quizzes! Enid Blyton may not be as polically correct now, but a lot of people grew up with her books. Each question is based on a series of books. Any more help needed, PM me:-)

Q1 – A “Famous Five” book – there are 21 to choose from
Q2 – A “Secret Seven” book – there are `5 to choose from
Q3 – A “Mystery” book, which concerns the Five Find-Outters and their dog. Again, fifteen to choose from
Q4 – A “Secrets” book – eg “The Secret of…..”
And finally Q5 – A “Adventure” book – eg “The Adventure of….”
Have fun!
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#253052 - Tue Jan 25 2005 04:47 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Loc: Ontario Canada
Round 23 is now closed. Won't have the results up for a while yet, so will consider late entries.

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#253053 - Tue Jan 25 2005 07:45 PM Re: January 2005 Trivia!
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Posts: 3609
Loc: Sth East Qld Australia      
Round 21 (belated) will close belatedly! (in about 12 hours)

Results soon after that!

Happy Australia Day;) everybloody!

Australians all let us rejoice, for we are young and free. With golden soil and wealth for toil, our home is girt by sea. Our land abounds in natures gifts of beauty rich and rare. In history's page let every stage Advance Australia Fair!


Edited by Engadine (Tue Jan 25 2005 09:20 PM)
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