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1. Which of these is not a true definition of the word "lambda"?
2. You may have eaten a sheepshead before, but don't worry - it isn't the skull of an ovine. What is a "sheepshead"?
3. I'm not sure about the ramifications of using sheep in a quiz, but I'm sure they would be positive. Speaking of "ramifications", which of these words would not be an appropriate synonym for this word?
4. There aren't many cases of sheep using ewers, mainly because they lack the manual dexterity required to use such an object. Nevertheless, what exactly is a "ewer"?
5. Reports of sheep on the lam are few and far between. To what does "lam" refer in this context?
6. Due to a sheep's aforementioned lack of manual dexterity, they wouldn't be much use if asked to make a "sheepshank". What is this?
7. Where might you most likely find a "ramekin" (or "ramequin")?
8. Thank your lucky stars that a disgruntled sheep hasn't lambasted you yet. What is the definition of the word "lambast" (or "lambaste", if you prefer)?
9. Now, a word which actually does have an ovine connection. Which of these words is not synonymous with "sheepish"?
10. A rambunctious sheep would certainly be a sight to behold, but which of these is the definition of "rambunctious"?
Source: Author eburge
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