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Round 2
graphy
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Susan, Edmund, Peter, and Lucy
Pevensie are central characters
in what fantasy series by C.S.
Lewis?
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The Chronicles of Narnia
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This verse is based on an event
in what year?
Go to sleep, go to sleep, Paul
Revere./Please don’t make all that
noise around here!/ How can we
rest, when from down in the
street/ Comes the clomping and
the stomping/Of your horse’s big
feet?
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1775
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What legendary British castle is
associated with the Holy Grail,
the Siege Perilous, and the
Round Table?
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Camelot
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What state is the setting for “My
Friend Flicka”?
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Wyoming
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This excerpt is from what novel?
Ralph sat on a fallen trunk, his left
side to the sun. On his right were
most of the choir; on his left the
larger boys who had not known
each other before the evacuation;
before him small children
squatted in the grass.
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Lord of the Flies
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Express the adjective phrase
“more distinguished” in the
positive degree.
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distinguished
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What kind of phrase begins this
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For entertainment, the Great Auk
juggled anchovies to the delight
of his audience.
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Prepositional phrase
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Spell the heteronym that,
depending on its pronunciation,
can mean “an injury” or
“wrapped in a series of coils.”
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wound
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What suffix can be added to
these words to indicate a
doctrine, system, or
characteristic quality?
patriot, ideal, hero, journal, feudal
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-ism
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Restate this phrase in the
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The crypt plans of Boris and
Natasha
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Boris and Natasha’s crypt plans
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During what conflict were most of
the original holdings of the
Library of Congress destroyed?
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War of 1812
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Whose vice president became
America’s first appointed
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Richard Nixon’s
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Fibers from what cultivated plant
were widely used to make textiles
in ancient Egypt?
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cotton
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What was the top rank shared by
these men?
William Halsey, Horatio Nelson,
Matthew Perry, Isoroku
Yamamoto, David Farragut
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admiral
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Arkansas is one of several states
that were carved out of the
territory purchased from what
French leader?
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Napoleon Bonaparte
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The lowest point on Earth that is
accessible by automobile is
along the shores of what body of
water?
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Dead Sea
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The confluence of the Rio Negro
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Brazil
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An enclosed, shallow body of
brackish water behind a barrier
reef is called a . . .
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Lagoon (backreef)
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On an alphabetical list of the
intercardinal points on a
compass, which comes last?
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southwest (SW)
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The Davis Strait provides a route
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Atlantic, Arctic
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Round 2
Math
Science
Fine
Arts
Gen.
Tie
Know.
Breaker
Round 1
100
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TB 1
Final
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TB 2
Menu
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TB 3
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500
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Express the answer to this
problem algebraically.
Arthur is three times as tall as
Will. If Will is x meters tall, what
is Arthur’s height?
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3x
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What is the average of p, 2p, 3p,
4p, and 5p?
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3p
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All the sides of a square patio
were increased by 4 yards to
make a new square patio with an
area of 144 square yards. What
was the perimeter of the original
patio?
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You begin a trip at 3:15 p.m. and
your odometer reads 62,558. You
arrive at your destination at 4:45
p.m. and the odometer reads
62,654. What was your average
speed?
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64 mph
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If 56 of every 70 Martians are
female, what percentage of
Martians are male?
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20%
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After the elephant, what is the
second-largest living land animal
in the world?
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hippopotamus
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The tiger is native to the eastern
and southeastern parts of what
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Asia
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What tropical fruit got its name
from its resemblance to the
reproductive structures on
conifers?
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pineapple
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Express 0.00007 in scientific
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7 x 10 to the negative 5th power
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Ripple marks in sedimentary rock
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action of either water or . . .
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wind
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In ceramics, heating an object to
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firing
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These paintings are about events
in the history of what modern
country?
-Death of Montezuma
-The Capture of Tenochtitlan
_Arrival of Cortes in Vera Cruz
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Mexico
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What conflict is central to these
literary works?
-Barbara Frietchie
-Little Women
-Gone with the Wind
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Civil War
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A musical tone that deviates
somewhat from an expected
frequency is said to be off . . .
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key
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Among the three images carved
into Georgia’s Stone Mountain is
that of what former president?
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Jefferson Davis
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What synonym for pirate
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In between voyages a pirate sold
corn.
When asked how much it cost, he
said a . . .
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buccaneer
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What word completes this song
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I Gave Her My Heart and a
Diamond and She Clubbed Me
With a . . .
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Spade
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In “Animal Fair,” what creature
disappeared when the elephant
sneezed and fell on his knees?
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The monkey
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What is the sum of the number of
days in the months with twosyllable names?
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92
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To what was Mr. Serling referring
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There is a fifth dimension beyond
that which is known to man.
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The Twilight Zone
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What body system is directly
affected by gastritis, dyspepsia,
colitis, pancreatitis, and
appendicitis?
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Digestive system
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What is the governing body of a
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School board (board of
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Fundamental elements of what
economic system include private
ownership of the means of
production and the creation of
goods or services for profit?
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capitalism
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