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Round 2
graphy
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The rising action in a work of
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leads up to the . . .
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climax
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What colonial city is the setting
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Boston
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This is another version of the title
of what short story by
Washington Irving?
A Small Somnolent Appalachian
Valley Folktale
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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
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How many syllables are accented
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“Jabberwocky?”
He left it dead and with its head
He went galumphing back.
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In one of the Rick Riordan
stories, Percy Jackson has to
find a delta symbol in order to
gain access to the Labyrinth, a
maze designed by what
legendary inventor and builder?
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Daedelus
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What is the actual word in the
cliché that Winston Churchill
modified when he said that
Clement Attlee was “A sheep in
sheep’s clothing”?
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wolf
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What propaganda technique is
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perfect complexion recommends
some face cream that she claims
to rely on?
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testimonial
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What reflexive pronoun
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talking to . .. .
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himself
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What is the past participle of the
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borne (or born)
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Express the verb “bloom” in the
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They will bloom.
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Name the army established by
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Continental Army
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What was the profession of the
man who killed Abraham
Lincoln?
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actor
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Hoards of what kind of insects
descended on the drought-ridden
American plains in the 1930’s
consuming entire fields of crops
in just a few hours?
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grasshoppers
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On the Mississippi and other
rivers, the call of the steamboat
leadsman to indicate that the
water was at least two fathoms
deep and safe for navigation was
“mark . . . “
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twain
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Hammurabi made what city in
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kingdom of Babylonia?
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Babylon
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When he was just 21 years old,
Jim Bridger set out to determine
the course of the Bear River. He
traveled downstream until he
came to a large body of water
that tasted salty. Although he
believed he had come to the
Pacific Ocean, in fact he had
discovered what lake?
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Great Salt Lake
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How many states adjacent to
Nevada are landlocked?
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Name the largest and most
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Caribbean
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Cuba
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The Sahara is the largest hot
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world’s largest cold desert?
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Antarctica
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Where would be be if you were at
the spot in the United States that
is closest to the North Pole?
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Point Barrow
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Round 2
Math
Science
Fine
Gen.
Tie
Arts
Know.
Breaker
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Round 1
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TB 1
Final
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What is the volume of the
mysterious black monolith that
appeared in your backyard
overnight if its dimensions are
10 x 20 x 15 feet
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3000 cubic feet
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What kind of circles are coplanar
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Concentric circles
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About a month prior to his death
in July of 2009, Guiness World
Records had confirmed that
Henry Allingham, a British World
War I veteran, was the world’s
oldest living man. Since he had
just celebrated his 113th birthday
that June, in what year was he
born?
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1896
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What is the name for a
rectangular prism with equal
height, width, and length?
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Cube (hexahedron)
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What is the largest number you
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of the prime factors of 78?
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39
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What simple machine is
illustrated by a butcher knife?
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wedge
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In what country are you most
likely to see a wedge-tailed eagle
or a spiny-tailed goanna
consuming an antilopine
kangaroo?
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Australia
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Many algae appear green
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chlorophyll
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What layer of soil in tundra
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soil from draining?
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permafrost
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Calcite and fluorite glow under
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...
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fluorescence
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The moving part of a trombone is
called the . . .
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slide
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The Gateway Arch is located on
the bank of what river?
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Mississippi
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What activity are people probably
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chant?
Cinderella, dressed in yella,
Went upstairs to kiss a fella,
Made a mistake, Kissed a snake,
How many doctors will it take?
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Rope jumping
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The main occupation of
leprechauns is said to be making
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shoes
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Thespis, Aristophanes,
Sophocles, Euripides, and
Aeschylus were important
playwrights of what ancient
civilization?
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Greek
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A single die has a two spot facing
up. What number is facing
down?
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5
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In what game are these
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Mrs. White, Miss Scarlet, Miss
Peacock
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Clue
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What chess piece looks like a
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rook
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Name the Adams Family’s pet
hand.
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Thing
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What is the Boy Scout equivalent
of this advice to TV
correspondent Morton Dean from
his father?
Always be ready to come off the
bench.
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Be prepared.
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What is the U.S. equivalent to the
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Supreme Court
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Reminiscent of a small projectile,
when a business has to make a
difficult, painful decision, it must
bite the . . .
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What is the opposite of
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optimism
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