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#305833 - Mon May 01 2006 01:37 AM May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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May Trivia hosts
Quote:

Mondays - Gatsby and Wdwfla
Tuesdays - Me and Trident
Wednesdays - Kuu and Polaris
Thursdays - Howie and MaggieG
Fridays - Me and LittleWoman
Saturdays - Mugaboo and CinnamOm




The aim of the quiz is that every day (hopefully!) there will be a set of five questions posted by the respective quizhost of the day. And you have at least 48 hours to PM (Private Message - click on their name and click on send this person a private message) them your answers. It is good fun


Edited by JaneMarple (Mon May 01 2006 01:38 AM)
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#305834 - Mon May 01 2006 02:10 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Posts: 561
Loc: Beresford, SD, USA
Round 1

1. Ancient Celts and Saxons celebrated May 1 as Beltane or the Day of Fire. Bel was the Celtic God of Sun. Name another Celtic God.

2. May is Iris Month in Japan. Name a type of Iris.

3. F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a short story entitled "May Day" Name a novel that he wrote.

4. In Edmonton they have the May Week Labour Arts Festival. Name an artist in the 2006 lineup.

5. Mayday is a distress signal. The White Star Line owned the Titanic. Name another ship that they owned.

Round will close on Thursday. Links provided if needed.
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#305835 - Mon May 01 2006 01:00 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Loc: North West of England
Tuesday 2nd May
1. Something a Artist would use
2. A cartoon rabbit
3. A type of footwear
4. Name a song from “Beauty and the Beast”
5. Any board game
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#305836 - Tue May 02 2006 09:13 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Wed Jan 07 2004
Posts: 3575
Loc: Virginia USA
Round 3 questions


1. An actor with the first name of John who appeared in Stripes(1981).

2. Name a mission flown by astronaut John W. Young.

3. A movie which composer John Williams won an Oscar for.

4. A baseball team which Tommy John played for during his career.

5. An ode by John Keats.
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#305837 - Wed May 03 2006 11:47 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9260
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 4

I do not want to give anyone nightmares but I am back to dazzle you with another trivia round:

1) With the soccer World Cup beginning in Germany next month, we travel back to the first World Cup in 1930. Uruguay were the hosts and they also won the tournament. Please tell the name of one of the goal scorers for Uruguay over the entire tournament.
2) Please give me the name of a novel written by Kyle Mills.
3) Please give me the name of a country that shares a land border with Mali.
4) Please give me the name of a chemical element from the Periodic Table that begins with 'R'.
5) Please give me the name of a golf course that hosted the Open Championship (British Open) in the 1990's.

As usual, I am here if you need pointed in the right direction.

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#305838 - Thu May 04 2006 09:31 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Wed Aug 11 2004
Posts: 5659
Loc: Alabama USA
Round 5

I am going on a much-needed vacation tomorrow, so this round will be open for at least a week.

1. Name a film starring Joaquin Phoenix (no TV movies).

2. Name a TV show (no TV movies) featuring Mary Tyler Moore as either a regular character or a guest star.

3. Name a film starring Emma Thompson (no TV movies).

4. Name a TV show (no TV movies) featuring Michael Landon as either a regular character or a guest star.

5. Give me a word of four letters or more from the letters in WASHINGTON (Washington, D.C., is our vacation destination!).

Enjoy! I will post answers after I return, and I hope to participate on FT more as well. I've been so busy at work lately, so I apologize for my absences in the Forums!

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#305839 - Thu May 04 2006 11:54 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
Round 2 - May 2nd - is closed. Results coming up


Edited by JaneMarple (Thu May 04 2006 11:55 AM)
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#305840 - Thu May 04 2006 11:59 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
May 2nd results

1. Something a Artist would use
For Ten Points:
Hake, Water, Chainsaw for ice-sculpting, People (to model for them) Pastel crayons, Linseed Oil, Paint rag, Water, Smock,
For Five Points:
Ten points to all
Not Mentioned:
Easel. Watercolours, paintbrush and more


2. A cartoon rabbit
For Ten Points:
Ricochet Rabbit, Joy Satu (fr. Namir Deiter), Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, BunRab (from the comic strip ‘Pogo’ by Walt Kelly) Thumper (Bambi), Brer Rabbit (he did appear in Disney’s Song Of the South), Honey Bun (Bugs Bunny’s girlfriend), Crusader Rabbit, White Rabbit (Disney’s Alice In Wonderland),
For Five Points:
Ten points to all
Not Mentioned:
Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit and more


3. A type of footwear
For Ten Points:
Hush Puppies, Spats, Jandels, Dancing slippers, Zoro Sandals, hiking boots, Bowling shoes
For Five Points:
Espadrilles (2),
Not Mentioned:
Slippers, High heels, Trainers and more


4. Name a song from “Beauty and the Beast”
For Ten Points:
The Mob song, 'Death of the Beast'. “Something there”, Belle, "Gaston"
For Five Points:
Be Our Guest (4),
Not Mentioned:
“Something there” (it was added to the broadway/West End musical. It also is included on the video), Garston and more. A wonderful stage show!


5. Any board game
For Ten Points:
Trivial Pursuits, Raceway 57, Risk, Sho-gi (Japanese version of chess), Tri-Tactics, Sorry, Easy Money, Balderdash, Squatter,
For Five Points:
Ten points to all
Not Mentioned:
Scrabble, Monopoly, Chess and more



COMPETITORS - Nine
Brackleman – 50
Gatsby – 50
Howie – 50
LittleWoman – 50
MaggieG – 50

Cinnam0n – 45
Mugaboo – 45

Auszev – 40
Princess – 40


Well done to - Brackleman, Gatsby, Howie, Littlewoman and Maggie


Edited by JaneMarple (Thu May 04 2006 12:00 PM)
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#305841 - Thu May 04 2006 06:12 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
wdwfla Offline
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Registered: Tue Jan 10 2006
Posts: 561
Loc: Beresford, SD, USA
Round One will close in 3 hours.
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#305842 - Thu May 04 2006 09:53 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
wdwfla Offline
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Registered: Tue Jan 10 2006
Posts: 561
Loc: Beresford, SD, USA
May 1 Results
1. Ancient Celts and Saxons celebrated May 1 as Beltane or the Day of Fire. Bel was the Celtic God of Sun. Name another Celtic God.
10 Points Blodeuwedd, Nemglan, Nuada, Sabrina, Goibniu, Condatis, Cyhiraeth, Mac Ibar

2. May is Iris Month in Japan. Name a type of Iris.
10 Points Siberian, Siberian Beardless, Henry's White, Pacific Coast Iris, Arilbred, Iris Pumila
5 Points Border Bearded Lily

3. F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a short story entitled "May Day" Name a novel that he wrote.
10 Points This Side of Paradise, The Great Gatsby
5 Points The Love of The Last Tycoon, Tender is the Night, The Beautiful and the Damned

4. In Edmonton they have the May Week Labour Arts Festival. Name an artist in the 2006 lineup.
10 Points Jaro Malanowski, Don Bouzek, Cindi Zuby, RadioVacana, Memi Von Gaza,Tom Gale
5 Points Lynette Maurice
5. Mayday is a distress signal. The White Star Line owned the Titanic. Name another ship that they owned.
10 Points Nomadic, Megantic, Delphic, Crocodile, The Germanic, Vedic, The Majestic, Red Jacket

8 Players
MaggieG - 50
Cinnam0n - 45
bracklaman - 45
Gatsby722 - 45
Auszev - 45
Howie72 - 40
Mugaboo - 40
ren33 - 40

Great Round Everyone. Congratulations to
MaggieG
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#305843 - Fri May 05 2006 08:03 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Polaris101 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 07 2004
Posts: 3575
Loc: Virginia USA
Round 3 will close in a few hours.
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#305844 - Sat May 06 2006 03:53 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri Aug 13 2004
Posts: 1022
Loc: Scotland UK
May 6/Round 6

1. On may 6th 1889 the Eiffel Tower was officially opened to the public. 72 names were engraved on the tower by Gustave Eiffel in recognition for there contributions. Name one who was a mathematician.
2. Name one of the ten longest rivers in the Amazon Basin.
3. Give me the name of a training book by Sue Cowley.
4. Name a location of a Japanese WW2 POW camp, that is somewhere in Japan.
5. Name a Malt whisky begining with the letter "L".


As always, links are available if you're stuck. Round will close on Thursday.

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#305845 - Sat May 06 2006 01:17 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Polaris101 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 07 2004
Posts: 3575
Loc: Virginia USA
Round 3 results - 10 players

Q1. An actor with the first name of John who appeared in Stripes(1981).

10 points: John Voldstad, John Diehl

5 points: John Larroquette (3), John Candy (5)


2. Name a mission flown by astronaut John W. Young.

5 points: Gemini 10 (4), Apollo 16 (3), Gemini 3 (3)

not mentioned: Apollo 10, STS-1, STS-9

3. A movie which composer John Williams won an Oscar for.

10 points: Star Wars, ET

5 points: Schindler's List (4), Fiddler on the Roof (2), Jaws (2)


4. A baseball team which Tommy John played for during his career.

10 points: Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees

5 points: LA Dodgers (4), Cleveland Indians (4)

not mentioned: California Angels, Oakland Athletics


5. An ode by John Keats.

10 points: Ode to Fanny

5 points: To Autumn (3), Ode on Melancholy (2), Ode on a Grecian Urn (2), Ode to Psyche (2)

not mentioned: Ode to a Nightingale


SCORES

35 - Littlewoman
30 - Gatsby, Mugaboo, MaggieG, Bracklaman, Cinnam0n
25 - Ren, Jim, Auszev, Howie




Thanks for playing everyone, and a point to Littlewoman
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#305846 - Sun May 07 2006 08:23 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Round 8 (Monday)

1. "Top Chef" on the Bravo Network is a kick - just a group of chefs cooking their way to riches and so forth. Snippy little gourmands, too, just for fun. Anyway, I'm looking for a challenge the contestants indulged in on any of the shows airing in April 2006 (there are at least 7 to pick from).
2. "Top Cat" was a short-lived [but rather classic] cartoon that aired for 30 episodes in 1960/61. Name a person who lent their voice to one of the characters in it.
3. Time Magazine ends each year by picking its estimation of the Top Things of the year passed. Name a building, etc. that was listed as one of the 'Best [in] Architecture' for 2004.
4. Top Gun (1986) was a film about flying around and satisfying that "need for speed". Please name one of the characters (not actors) in it who, as per the credits, had both a full first and last name AND a nickname [a couple just had nicknames but those don't count].
5. The AKC (American Kennel Club) annually cites the Top 10 Dog Breeds in various U.S. cities. Pick a breed that made the 2006 list from Washington, D.C.

As always, help is available so don't hesitate to ask if you need some. This'll be open until sometime Thursday!


Edited by Gatsby722 (Sun May 07 2006 08:50 PM)
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#305847 - Tue May 09 2006 04:34 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9260
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 4 will be closing in about 12 hours so there is still plenty of time to get your answers in.

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#305848 - Tue May 09 2006 04:48 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9260
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 4 is now closed and results will be posted soon.

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#305849 - Tue May 09 2006 05:44 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9260
Loc: Timaru NZ
Round 4 Results

I must have caused a few nightmares as we have only 7 players this time.

1) With the soccer World Cup beginning in Germany next month, we travel back to the first World Cup in 1930. Uruguay were the hosts and they also won the tournament. Please tell the name of one of the goal scorers for Uruguay over the entire tournament.

10 Points: José Pédro Cea
5 Points: Héctor Castro (2), Pablo Dorado (2), Victoriano Santos Iriarte (2)
Not Mentioned: Juan Pelegrino Anselmo, Héctor Pedro Scarone

2) Please give me the name of a novel written by Kyle Mills.

10 Points: "Fade", "Rising Phoenix"
5 Points: "Smoke Screen" (3), "Burn Factor" (2)
Not Mentioned: "Sphere of Influence", "Free Fall", "Storming Heaven"

3) Please give me the name of a country that shares a land border with Mali.

10 Points: Burkina Faso, Niger
5 Points: Algeria (3), Ivory Coast (2)
Not Mentioned: Guinea, Mauritania, Senegal

4) Please give me the name of a chemical element from the Periodic Table that begins with 'R'.

10 Points: No one
5 Points: Rubidium (3), Rhenium (2), Rhodium (2)
Not Mentioned: Radium, Radon, Roentgenium, Ruthenium, Rutherfordium

5) Please give me the name of a golf course that hosted the Open Championship (British Open) in the 1990's.

10 Points: Royal Birkdale-1991 and 1998, Muirfield-1992, Royal St. George's-1993, Royal Lytham and St. Annes-1996, Royal Troon-1997
5 Points: Carnoustie-1999 (2)
Not Mentioned: St. Andrews-1990 and 1995, Turnberry-1994

Just one observation before we get to the results--was everyone trying to confuse me with the chemical element? With my messy writing, every answer looked similar so I had to be very careful when tabulating the results. Just as well it is not very early in the morning or very late at night.

If you are still awake we will get to the results:

40 Points - Auszev
35 Points - Gatsby, Maggie
30 Points - Ren, Bracklaman, Cinnam0n
25 points - Mugaboo

Thank you to all players and for the first time I can say congratulations to a sole winner-- Auszev

Before everyone gets the wrong idea, I am not saying Auszev is a fishy person nor am I saying that Auszev has won any fish.

What a big surprise, Ren has not made it to the winner's circle this time.

Until next time, goodbye.

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#305850 - Tue May 09 2006 09:57 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
trident Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 20 2005
Posts: 2998
Loc: Wisconsin USA
Round 9

A foreign flavor for the day. (At least it's foreign to me!)

1. An Egyptian pyramid.

2. A member of the Shu family in the Chinese historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

3. A letter in the Russian (Cyrillic) alphabet.

4. An ingredient in German potato salad.

5. A Cuban province.

Good luck all!


Edited by trident87 (Wed May 10 2006 06:27 AM)
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#305851 - Tue May 09 2006 11:21 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
ren33 Offline
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Posts: 12427
Loc: Kowloon Tong  Hong Kong      
Quote:

What a big surprise, Ren has not made it to the winner's circle this time.




What!! Howie? (You mean you didn't get the envelope I sent ?) Ooops
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#305852 - Tue May 09 2006 11:58 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Howie72 Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Posts: 9260
Loc: Timaru NZ
Sorry Ren, I did have you down for a perfect 50 but your score steadily decreased as the days went by with nothing turning up in the letterbox.

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#305853 - Wed May 10 2006 03:41 PM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Kuu Offline
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Registered: Mon Jun 03 2002
Posts: 1037
Loc: Hobart Tasmania Australia     
Round 10 questions

Quote:

1) Give me a word in which the letter L appears three times
2) Give me a prime number between 10 and 40
3) Give me the full name of one of the Monkey Island computer games (I will not accept just "Monkey Island 1" or "Monkey Island 2" etc)
4) Name one of the 8 species of pelican
5 Name one of the 9 provinces of South Africa



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#305854 - Thu May 11 2006 02:36 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Round 8 will be closing in a matter of hours (app. 6) if anyone else would like to give it a whack!
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#305855 - Thu May 11 2006 08:27 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
Round 8
7 formidable players :

1. "Top Chef" on the Bravo Network is a kick - just a group of chefs cooking their way to riches and so forth. Snippy little gourmands, too, just for fun. Anyway, I'm looking for a challenge the contestants indulged in on any of the shows airing in April 2006 (there are at least 7 to pick from).

For 10 points:
Create a Gourmet Sandwich (ep. "Restaurant Wars"), Cater a Dinner Party (ep. "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?"), Prepare & Serve Fusion Cuisine from a Handcart (ep. "Blind Confusion").

For 5 points:
Create a Low-Cost Appetizer [from ingredients purchased at a gas station?] (ep. "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner") (2), Pitch and Cater a Same-Sex 'Wedding' (ep. "Wedding Bell Blues") (2).

2. "Top Cat" was a short-lived [but rather classic] cartoon that aired for 30 episodes in 1960/61. Name a person who lent their voice to one of the characters in it.

For 10 points:
Leo DeLyon (Spook and Brain), Bea Benaderet (Mrs. Ball) [one episode].

For 5 points:
Marvin Kaplan (Choo Choo) (3), Maurice Gosfield (Benny the Ball) (2).

The other three were John Stephenson (Fancy Fancy), Allen Jenkins (Officer Dibble) and Arnold Stang (Top Cat), as far as the regular cast went - there may have been other guest voices.

3. Time Magazine ends each year by picking its estimation of the Top Things of the year passed. Name a building, etc. that was listed as one of the 'Best [in] Architecture' for 2004.

For 10 points:
National Museum of The American Indian in Washington, D.C., Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

For 5 points:
Seattle (Washington) Public Library (3), 30 St. Mary Axe in London (2).

4. Top Gun (1986) was a film about flying around and satisfying that "need for speed". Please name one of the characters (not actors) in it who, as per the credits, had both a full first and last name AND a nickname [a couple just had nicknames but those don't count].

For 10 points:
Cmdr. Mike "Viper" Metcalfe, Tom "Iceman" Kazanski, Lt. Rick "Hollywood" Neven, Lt. Sam "Merlin" Wells, Lt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell.

For 5 points:
Lt. Cmdr. Rick "Jester" Heatherly (2).

5. The AKC (American Kennel Club) annually cites the Top 10 Dog Breeds in various U.S. cities. Pick a breed that made the 2006 list from Washington, D.C.

For 10 points:
Labrador Retrievers (#1), Pugs (#5), Rottweilers (#6), Poodles (#8).

For 5 points:
German Shepherds (#10) (3).

The others were Golden Retrievers, Yorkshire Terriers, Boxers, Bulldogs & Shih Tzus.

Ready for The Results?

bracklaman...45 points!!!!
Howie72 and ren33...40 points!!!
Auszev and MaggieG...35 points!!
cinnamOn and Mugaboo...30 points!

Excellent Round and, as always, very close scores. Well done to all!

Congrats to bracklaman for collecting a point towards the monthly total(s)!
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#305856 - Thu May 11 2006 11:15 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
JaneMarple Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 30 2004
Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
Friday 12th May
1. A type of embroidery stitch
2. Any vegetable
3. A type of flower
4. Something you see at the zoo
5. A day of the week
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#305857 - Thu May 11 2006 11:17 AM Re: May Trivia Rounds
Mugaboo Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 13 2004
Posts: 1022
Loc: Scotland UK
Answers Round 6 - 7 played

1. On may 6th 1889 the Eiffel Tower was officially opened to the public. 72 names were engraved on the tower by Gustave Eiffel in recognition for there contributions. Name one who was a mathematician.
For 10 points: Ampere, Coriolis, Morin, Navier, Poinsot, Poisson, Strum
Not mentioned: Carnot, Fourier, Borda, Cauchy, Perrier, Laplace, Belanger, Lagrange

2. Name one of the ten longest rivers in the Amazon Basin.
For 10 points: Araguaia, Tocantins, Negro, Tapajós
For 5 points: Yapurá [2]
Not allowed Sao Francisco (East of the Amazon Basin)
Not mentioned: Amazon; Purus; Madeira - Mamoré; Juruá; Xingu

3. Give me the name of a training book by Sue Cowley.
For 10 points: Getting the Buggers to Think; How to Survive your First Year in Teaching
For 5 points: Getting the Buggers to Behave [3] Getting the Buggers to be Creative [2]
Not mentioned include: Getting your Little Darlings to Behave; Guerilla Guide to Teaching

4. Name a location of a Japanese WW2 POW camp, that is somewhere in Japan.
For 10 points: Kamioka, Kanose, Sendai, Hakodate
For 5 points: Fukuoka [2] Sendai [2]
Not mentioned include: Tokyo, Nagoya, Hiroshima and Fukushima (Where my great uncle, his wife and daughter spent 3 years)


5. Name a Malt whisky begining with the letter "L".
For 10 points: Loch Dhu, Lochside, Lagavulin, Lowland Single Malt (Not quite what I was looking for, but you can get unbranded Lowland malt)
For 5 points: Laphroaig [3]
Not mentioned include: Ladyburn, Ledaig, Linkwood, Littlemill, Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, Lochnagar, Longrow, Longmorn


Scores:
45 points: MaggieG; Auszev
40 points: Gatsby; Ren; Cinnam0n
35 points: Howie
25 Points: Bracklaman

Well done to both our winners MaggieG and Auszev - a point each for your effort.

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