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 Post subject: Re: The Weekend Quiz 2015
PostPosted: October 31st, 2015, 11:21 pm 
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5. Bengal?
8. Wing
11. Higgs Bosun
15. baccalaureate
24. Red Crescent
26. Compression
30. :think:

meter length
kilo mass
ampere :pasty:
temperature Kelvin

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PostPosted: November 1st, 2015, 1:14 pm 
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2. Eat
7. Pleat?
9. Cyst?
13. In Utero?
16. Turkey
19. The Soviet Union
25. Sikorsky
28. Stalin
29. Someone who keeps doing something regardless of the consequences?


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PostPosted: November 2nd, 2015, 9:39 am 
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PastyKing wrote:
5. Bengal?
8. Wing
11. Higgs Bosun
15. baccalaureate
24. Red Crescent
26. Compression
30. :think:

meter length
kilo mass
ampere :pasty:
temperature Kelvin

8. Is not Wing

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2. Eat
7. Pleat?
9. Cyst?
13. In Utero?
16. Turkey
19. The Soviet Union
25. Sikorsky
28. Stalin
29. Someone who keeps doing something regardless of the consequences?

13. Is not right

I will leave the full set of Questions and Answers until tomorrow in case someone else wants to have a go.

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PostPosted: November 2nd, 2015, 12:33 pm 
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8. Leg? :think:

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 Post subject: Re: The Weekend Quiz 2015
PostPosted: November 2nd, 2015, 12:53 pm 
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8. Leg? :think:

Guess again

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8. beak :mememe: :ducks:

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PostPosted: November 2nd, 2015, 1:22 pm 
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8. beak :mememe: :ducks:

Correct. Not that there was much left to choose from after Pasty's guesses.

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Riccardo wrote:
8. beak :mememe: :ducks:

Correct. Not that there was much left to choose from after Pasty's guesses.


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Riccardo wrote:
larss wrote:
Riccardo wrote:
8. beak :mememe: :ducks:

Correct. Not that there was much left to choose from after Pasty's guesses.


oh


It was leg or beak and I went with leg. :fp:

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PastyKing wrote:
Riccardo wrote:
larss wrote:
Riccardo wrote:
8. beak :mememe: :ducks:

Correct. Not that there was much left to choose from after Pasty's guesses.


oh


It was leg or beak and I went with leg. :fp:


To go with leg normally is easier than to go with beak :rake: :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: The Weekend Quiz 2015
PostPosted: November 2nd, 2015, 7:26 pm 
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1. Ball
2. Eat
4. 5,000
5. Bengal
6. Calcium
7. Pleat
9. Cyst
11. Higgs Boson
14. The Shah of Iran
16. Turkey
18. Frozen
19. USSR
20. Restaurant
22. Datum
24. Red Crescent
25. Igor Sikorsky
26. Compression
28. Stalin
29 A creature of habit

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 Post subject: Re: The Weekend Quiz 2015
PostPosted: November 3rd, 2015, 9:21 am 
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Well done, 1BB - All of those are correct. The full set of questions and answers are below:

1. What is the mathematical name, and otherwise very common word, for the space inside a sphere? Ball
2. What do people normally do in a refectory? Eat (it's a dining room, usually in an institution such as a monastery or school)
3. Roger 'Race' Bannon, Hadji, and a dog called Bandit are leading characters in what 1960s TV cartoon, now media franchise? Jonny Quest
4. Mammoths became largely extinct on Earth roughly how many years ago? 5,000-20,000
5. The rivers Brahmaputra, Ganges, Meghna and Krishna flow into the Bay of (What)? Bengal (to the east of India)
6. What soft gray alkaline earth metal is the fifth most abundant element by mass in the Earth's crust? Calcium
7. What feature in clothing such as trousers and skirts has variations called box, fluted, accordion, knife and honeycombe? Pleats (or Plaits, or if stitched permanently, less accurately tucks)
8. Wildfowl such as ducks, geese, swans, etc., have a nail on which part of the body? Beak (it is the hard horny tissue at the beak tip, used especially for feeding)
9. What medical/scientific term refers to an abnormal sac of liquid on a plant or animal, derived from Greek kustis, meaning bladder? Cyst
10. What is the very old (English from c.1440) traditional name for the typographical paragraph or 'blind P' mark ¶ ? Pilcrow (origins uncertain - modern OED says perhaps from a French distortion, pelagraphe, for paragraph - the 1933 OED says 'apparently' from 'pilled crow' whatever that means)
11. The 'God particle' is more technically called what, after two (English and Indian) physicists? Higgs boson (In the 1960s, Peter Higgs, with others, proposed the existence of a sub-atomic 'God particle' and related mass theory, basically central to the existence of everything. A boson is a sub-atomic particle named after the Indian scientist Satyendra Nath Bose, who pioneered quantum mechanics in the 1920s and later collaborated with Albert Einstein. The search for the 'God particle' was/is the main focus of the Large Hadron Collider operated by CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, close to Geneva on the French/Swiss border. CERN announced in December 2011 that its scientists had perhaps produced evidence of the 'God particle'.)
12. What Italian-originating word means vivacity or vigour/vigor, and is also an infant toy brand? Brio (The Swedish company BRIO is actually an acronym from Bröderna [brothers] Ivarsson [at] Osby, in south Sweden)
13. In medicine and biological science, what is the opposite and usual alternative to 'in vitro'? In vivo (in vitro is Latin for in glass, i.e., in a test-tube or equivalent glass/laboratory environment; in vivo means in the living body)
14. The 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran overthrew what? Shah (the monarchy of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was replaced by an Islamic republic under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the revolution)
15. What anciently originating term refers to a degree and other types of qualification, deriving from the word bachelor and a punning reference to early leafy awards? Baccalaureate (A distortion of Latin for bachelor, baccalarius, and bacca lauri, 'laurel berry', referring to laurel leaves worn by scholars)
16. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881-1938) was first president and is regarded as founder of which republic? Turkey (Established in 1923. Incidentally Ataturk devised/adopted the name Ataturk, loosely meaning 'Father of the Turks', in 1934. He was formerly Gazi Mustafa Kemal Pasha, bestowed by his tutor [Kemal = perfection] and later from his army career [Gazi = wounded/combat veteran, and Pasha = superior to brigade commander])
17. Who uses the Hindustani Indian instrument the dilruba, meaning 'robber of the heart'? Musician (it's a long-necked stringed instrument played with a bow)
18. Eiswein is wine made from grapes that have been what on the vine? Frozen (Eiswein is the German name; alternatively icewine or ice wine - the freezing of the grapes increases the sweetness)
19. The Great Purge, known locally as Yezhovshchina, happened in which country? USSR (or Soviet Union, 1936-38, a period of terror and represssion under Joseph Stalin - Yezhovshchina referred to 'Yezhov regime', after Nikolai Yezhov, the head of the Soviet secret police, and specifically to the worst period of atrocities, 1937-38)
20. In 2011, Bristol's 1000-seater Za Za Bazaar opened as the UK's largest what? Restaurant
21. A human baby's response to sudden loss of physical support (as if falling) is technically called the (What) reflex? Moro (The Moro reflex, typically seen in babies up to 5 months old, is named after Austrian pediatrician Ernst Moro, 1874-1951, who first described it. It involves two or three elements: spreading out the arms [abduction]; unspreading or closing the arms back to the chest [adduction]; and usually crying too.)
22. What is the singular term for one piece of data? Datum
23. Using conventional tunings, what is the lowest note a symphonic orchestra can produce by bowing a stringed instrument? E (E1, or 41.2035 Hz to be more precise - on a double bass - equivalent to the eighth lowest note on a piano.)
24. What is the Muslim nations' equivalent of the Red Cross co-ordination body for the relief of human suffering? Red Crescent
25. Name the Ukrainian/Russian American engineer who was first to viably manufacture and sell helicopters? Igor Sikorsky (1889-1972 - initial production development c.1939-42)
26. In physics, what is the opposite of Tension: Vacuum; Pressure; Compression; or Leverage? Compression (Tension equates to stretching)
27. What is a kytoon? Kite which stays up without wind (a portmanteau word, from kite and balloon)
28. The naturalized American writer Lana Peters (1936-2011) was the daughter of which tyrannical leader? Joseph Stalin (Lana Peters, born Svetlana Stalina, was subsequently known as Svetlana Alliluyeva, from her mother's maiden name.)
29. What does the word 'inveterate' mean? Habitual (typically referring to a long-established habit, which a person would be unlikely to change, for example, inveterate drinker, inveterate gambler)
30. Name the seven base measurement units of the International System of Units (SI system) and what they measure? Metre - Length, Kilogram - Mass, Second - Time, Ampere - Electric Current, Kelvin - Thermodynamic Temperature, Candela - Luminous Intensity, Mole - Amount of Substance, or Chemical Amount.

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 Post subject: Re: The Weekend Quiz 2015
PostPosted: November 3rd, 2015, 3:37 pm 
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"ball" is a mathematical term? really?

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PostPosted: November 7th, 2015, 1:53 pm 
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30 more questions.

1. Anthropomorphism refers to giving or attributing what qualities to something?
2. What is the food-shaped nickname of the London 2012 Olympics velodrome stadium?
3. What was the previous name of UK-founded communications technology company O2?
4. Bacteria, fungi, and algae are among a broad classification of life called?
5. What international jewellery/jewelry corporation is headquartered at 727 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, US?
6. Which film originated the obsession/jealousy term 'bunny boiler'?
7. Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was the ruthless dictator of which African nation for 23 years, before its 2011 uprising?
8. What corporation had the catchphrase "Ding-dong (what company) calling.." from its 1950s-60s TV adverts?
9. Who was the last English monarch of the Tudor dynasty?
10. In chemistry, What is a 'homogeneous mixture composed of only one phase' (basically a mixed yet uniform substance) called?
11. What country first legislated for plain packaging of tobacco products?
12. In a circuit diagram what usually is a capital letter M in a circle?
13. Name the the six founding states of the European Union?
14. A semi-circular protractor used in basic geometry has a scale of how many degrees?
15. A manse is a traditional name for a house of what professional person?
16. Which automotive corporation uses the marketing strapline 'The Power of Dreams'?
17. Named after its inventor and significant electricity pioneer, a protective meshed enclosure giving electrical protection is called a 'what' cage?
18. Which national leader took court action in 2012 against a highly publicized artwork depicting him with exposed genitals?
19. The famous Mesquita Mosque, within a Roman Catholic Cathedral, is in which country?
20. Name the English artist/sculptor famous for large public bronze works including 'Two Large Forms' and many reclining figures and mother and child abstracts?
21. A major 2012 trade agreement for the Meera Brewery company marked the thawing of commercial relations between which two adversarial nations, partitioned in 1947?
22. In what sport did Swede Oscar Swahn become the oldest gold medallist at 64 years (1912), and the oldest medallist, at 72 (silver, 1920)?
23. Which late-1900s significant UK multinational corporation was known as 'The Royal Ratcatcher'?
24. Pop star Lady Gaga enraged many people of which nation when tweeting on arrival in May 2012 that she planned to buy a fake Rolex in its capital city's market?
25. What is the common medical name for the increasingly popular recreational drug referred to as a 'horse tranquillizer'?
26. In which country did the mayor of Taranto, Ippazio Stefano, cause a fuss in 2012 after attending rallies with a pistol tucked in his trousers?
27. What vast (originally Spanish state monopoly) corporation owns the O2 and Movistar communications brands?
28. What common boy's name (English language Christian or first name) is derived from the Latin and Greek words for rock?
29. Name the great old rival company of the Harley-Davidson motorbike corporation, whose models included the Chief and Scout?
30. What is the capital of Azerbaijan?

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PostPosted: November 7th, 2015, 2:18 pm 
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3. BT Mobile
8. Avon
11. Australia?
12. Motor
13. Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy
16. Honda
17. Faraday Cage
20. Barbra Hepworth?
27. Telefonica
29. Indian

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PostPosted: November 7th, 2015, 3:11 pm 
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1. Human
3. Cellnet?
4. Micro organisms
5. Tiffany
6. Fatal Attraction
7. Tunisia (tart of the Arab Spring)
8. Avon
9. Elizabeth I
11. Australia
13. and Luxembourg
14. 180
17. Faraday cage
19 Spain
20. Henry Moore
23. Rentokil?
25. Ketamine
26. Italy
27. Telefonica
29. Indian
30. Baku

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PostPosted: November 7th, 2015, 3:26 pm 
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the only thing i can add to what has already been answered is

28 Peter. and as Jesus said "upon this rock I will build my church"

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PostPosted: November 7th, 2015, 6:17 pm 
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Good answers from everyone. On 3, 1BB is correct, BT Mobile was before that, I think.

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MH, back to the world of the living.....Well done 2BB and Pasty!

I could have got some of the correct answers now that I know the answers....

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PostPosted: November 8th, 2015, 10:33 am 
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Miss Hybrid wrote:
MH, back to the world of the living.....Well done 2BB and Pasty!

I could have got some of the correct answers now that I know the answers....



Glad to see you cumming up for air MH :69: :bj: :facial: :mrgreen:

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MH, back to the world of the living.....Well done 2BB and Pasty!

I could have got some of the correct answers now that I know the answers....


Goo to have you back Miss :yes: :woo: :lickme: :dog: :mandy:

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PostPosted: November 9th, 2015, 9:35 am 
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and now to fill in the blanks:

1. Anthropomorphism refers to giving or attributing what qualities to something? Human
2. What is the food-shaped nickname of the London 2012 Olympics velodrome stadium? The Pringle
3. What was the previous name of UK-founded communications technology company O2? Cellnet
4. Bacteria, fungi, and algae are among a broad classification of life called? Microorganisms
5. What international jewellery/jewelry corporation is headquartered at 727 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, US? Tiffany & Co
6. Which film originated the obsession/jealousy term 'bunny boiler'? Fatal Attraction (1987, in which the spurned Glenn Close character Alexandra 'Alex' Forrest breaks into her former lover's house and boils the family pet rabbit)
7. Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was the ruthless dictator of which African nation for 23 years, before its 2011 uprising? Tunisia
8. What corporation had the catchphrase "Ding-dong (what company) calling.." from its 1950s-60s TV adverts? Avon (cosmetics)
9. Who was the last English monarch of the Tudor dynasty? Elizabeth I (1533-1603, reigned 1558-1603)
10. In chemistry, What is a 'homogeneous mixture composed of only one phase' (basically a mixed yet uniform substance) called? Solution
11. What country first legislated for plain packaging of tobacco products? Australia
12. In a circuit diagram what usually is a capital letter M in a circle? Motor
13. Name the the six founding states of the European Union? Belgium, France, (West) Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands
14. A semi-circular protractor used in basic geometry has a scale of how many degrees? 180
15. A manse is a traditional name for a house of what professional person? Church minister (notably originally of the Scottish Presbyterian Church)
16. Which automotive corporation uses the marketing strapline 'The Power of Dreams'? Honda
17. Named after its inventor and significant electricity pioneer, a protective meshed enclosure giving electrical protection is called a 'what' cage? Farraday cage (after English scientist Michael Farraday, 1791-1867 - the same term describes the effect of a car or plane which effectively shields its occupants from lightning)
18. Which national leader took court action in 2012 against a highly publicized artwork depicting him with exposed genitals? Jacob Zuma
19. The famous Mesquita Mosque, within a Roman Catholic Cathedral, is in which country? Spain (Cordoba, Andalucia - as at 2012 Spanish Muslims continue to seek permission to pray in the Mosque, which is resisted by Spanish authorities and the Vatican)
20. Name the English artist/sculptor famous for large public bronze works including 'Two Large Forms' and many reclining figures and mother and child abstracts? Henry Moore
21. A major 2012 trade agreement for the Meera Brewery company marked the thawing of commercial relations between which two adversarial nations, partitioned in 1947? India and Pakistan (Meera, a major long-standing Pakistan brewery corporation agreed an Indian joint-venture/distribution agreement in 2012)
22. In what sport did Swede Oscar Swahn become the oldest gold medallist at 64 years (1912), and the oldest medallist, at 72 (silver, 1920)? Shooting
23. Which late-1900s significant UK multinational corporation was known as 'The Royal Ratcatcher'? Rentokil plc
24. Pop star Lady Gaga enraged many people of which nation when tweeting on arrival in May 2012 that she planned to buy a fake Rolex in its capital city's market? Thailand
25. What is the common medical name for the increasingly popular recreational drug referred to as a 'horse tranquillizer'? Ketamine (Ketamine is actually used in human medicine - notably anesthesia, pain relief and sedation - as well as for veterinary purposes including intravenous anesthesia in equine surgery. The popular press largely ignore this, giving the impression that the drug is only used for horses, which is quite untrue.)
26. In which country did the mayor of Taranto, Ippazio Stefano, cause a fuss in 2012 after attending rallies with a pistol tucked in his trousers? Italy (he said due to death threats. He was re-elected with 70% of the vote)
27. What vast (originally Spanish state monopoly) corporation owns the O2 and Movistar communications brands? Telefónica SA
28. What common boy's name (English language Christian or first name) is derived from the Latin and Greek words for rock? Peter (from Latin petra, and Greek petros, as in petrify, meaning the process by which organic material turns into rock - and the metaphorical sense, to scare or frighten, as if turned to stone with fear)
29. Name the great old rival company of the Harley-Davidson motorbike corporation, whose models included the Chief and Scout? Indian
30. What is the capital of Azerbaijan? Baku

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PostPosted: November 14th, 2015, 11:15 am 
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Have a go at these.

1. The Japanese condiment wasabi is produced from what part of the the wasabi plant?
2. How many 'eyes' does a coconut have at its base?
3. Sicilian, Spanish and Ruy Lopez are types of tactical moves in what game?
4. What possession of 'wild west' star Annie Oakley sold at a 2012 auction for $143,000?
5. The Italian words for 'three roads' provided the name for which famous Rome monument?
6. The term 'circadian rhythm' refers to a cycle of what length?
7. Who wrote the erotic women's rights novel Lace and originated the quote, "Life's too short to stuff a mushroom"?
8. Name the Italian red wine from Tuscany traditionally available in a squat bottle in a straw basket, called a fiasco?
9. The main feature of the human illness diabetes is the body's inability to produce what hormone?
10. Born George Jamieson in Liverpool 1935, name the 1960s model noted for her transgender equality campaigning?
11. Storing and processing data on a remote unspecified computer server is known as '(what weather feature) computing'?
12. From the root Greek words 'against' and 'protection', what medical term refers to a serious human allergic reaction?
13. What is the main cereal constituent of macaroni?
14. The medical term bariatric refers to what human condition?
15. In copyright and trademark law the abbreviation IP stands for what?
16. What 'royal' crop accounts for 70% of the agricultural revenue of the island of Jersey?
17. What chemical element is named from the French for charcoal?
18. Name the chemical process for toughening rubber/polymer typically by adding sulphur (US, sulfur) using heat and pressure?
19. Which country's flag comprises a round blue starry sky in a yellow rhombus, on a green background?
20. What, from Latin 'to milk', is the technical name for a mixture of two or more liquids that are normally unblendable?

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2. three
3. chess
4. her gun (of course)
9. insulin
11. cloud
15. Intellectual Property
17 carbon
18. vulcanization

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12. Anaphylactic shock?

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