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Bird is to Flock
Fish is to School
Circle is to Square
Sphere is to Cube
Chairperson is to Board
Foreman is to Jury
Pharaoh is to Egypt
Shogun is to Japan
Base 10 is to Decimal
Base 2 is to Binary
NH3 is to Ammonia
NaCl is to Salt
Bible is to Christianity
Quran is to Islam
Lieberman is to Gore
Palin is to McCain
Safari is to Apple
Chrome is to Google
Gibraltar is to the
United Kingdom
Greenland is to
Denmark
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Ally McBeal is to Lawyer
Joey Tribbiani is to Actor
Arsenal is to London
Internazionale is to Milan
Pretty Woman is to Gere
Dirty Dancing is to Swayze
Avocado is to Guacamole
Tomato is to Gazpacho
Lufthansa is to Germany
Qantas is to Australia
Potato is to Idaho
Apple is to Washington
Garbage is to Rubbish
Elevator is to Lift
Carnival is to Rio de Janeiro
Oktoberfest is to Munich
Severus is to Snape
Albus is to Dumbledore
Cent is to Dollar
Year is to Century
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Good one!
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Aug 19, 2013
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I got stuck on the garbage/elevator one, wasting my remaining time trying words like people, person, men, women, children, etc (rubbish goes in the garbage; people go in the elevator). Haha.
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Aug 19, 2013
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Lol same.... I put elevate at first and then I started trying different versions of people
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May 15, 2017
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Fun!
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Aug 19, 2013
(34)
You should add sodium chloride as an answer to the NaCl question
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Dec 9, 2013
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If the clue was NH3 is to nitrogen trihydride as NaCL is to blank, then that would be right. It's asking for the common name.
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Jan 28, 2014
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In my chemistry classes it was always called ammonia.
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Dec 19, 2014
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My first thought was sodium chloride because there are plenty of other salts out there, so saying NaCl would mean this specific salt. I quickly realized the answer was "salt" because the blank was so short, though. About ammonia, it's practically never called nitrogen trihydride, especially since it's not really a hydride but a nitride (trihydrogen nitride). Also, why call such a frequently used compound by such a long name?
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May 15, 2017
(68)
Thought exactly the same as QuizKing ... and then Sulps
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May 15, 2017
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I typed sodium thinking that is the common name. Didn't even try salt :-(
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Aug 6, 2014
(66)
I even got the soccer and Harry Potter ones. I think I've spent too much time on these quizzes! :D
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Sep 5, 2014
(1)
It is challenging but fun
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Sep 25, 2014
(66)
Can you accept president for jury? For instance, the Cannes Film Festival's jury has a president.
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Dec 16, 2014
(62)
I support this one. Many juries along the world are lead by its "president".
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May 15, 2017
(70)
Yeah, I've never heard it referred to as "foreman."
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May 15, 2017
(53)
Maybe 'shoal' should be accepted for a group of fish? I've heard it used far more often than 'school',
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Dec 16, 2014
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I found this super interesting...I had never heard of shoaling, so I googled shoaling vs. schooling...pretty neat! thanks, once again Jetpunk, for teaching me new things
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Dec 16, 2014
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+1
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May 15, 2017
Shoal will work now
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Jul 22, 2016
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Shogun isn't an overall King/Empereror. Maybe Mikado would be the better analogy to Pharaoh.
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Dec 16, 2014
(57)
shouldnt acting be acceptable for actor?
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Dec 16, 2014
(45)
if the clue was Litigating (action of a Lawyer) is to Ally McBeal, but Lawyer is a profession not an action.
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Dec 16, 2014
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I like this but have a question or 2. Isn't gazpacho full of beans? Or soy or peas or something like that? And your reference to "foreman" is nearly 50 years out of date--it's been "foreperson" since the 1970s at least. At one time women could not serve on juries, like they could not vote...but once they could serve on juries, then they also could be elected the fore--"man" no longer worked so they created the term "foreperson." It's been used since I was in school in the 70s.
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Dec 17, 2014
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Gazpacho has no beans. Tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, etc. No beans.
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Jan 9, 2015
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There's garbanzo beans, maybe that's what you are thinking about? It's not a dish though.
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Oct 22, 2015
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You see both foreman and foreperson used in my state, but I hear foreman more often. However, since the first clue is chairperson rather than chairman, then it should follow that foreperson is a better analogy than foreman - at least both should be accepted.
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May 15, 2017
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Is there a rule that all quizzes have to have a Harry Potter reference? Yeesh. I am waiting for Cities of Europe to add Hogsmeade.
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Jan 9, 2015
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I've lost count of how many perfect scores I've missed out on due to Harry Potter questions. Sort of resigned to the fact now.
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May 15, 2017
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Maybe you could try reading the Harry Potter books. I did (as an adult), and enjoyed them.
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May 15, 2017
(46)
Yes, I'll read them eventually. It would help if you could pay for my retirement.
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May 16, 2017
(62)
Tasmania is known as 'The Apple Isle'.......... I couldn't believe it when I didn't get given it ........... good quiz though!
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Apr 30, 2015
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Agree. Tasmania is internationally known for apples.
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Dec 24, 2016
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Internationally where? I'm from the UK and thought Tasmania was just a rock with a few penguins on it... ;)
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May 15, 2017
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Hardly internationally...!
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May 16, 2017
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I didn't know but I was sure they were looking for an U.S. state. Just didn't know which one.
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Mar 10, 2017
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I figured the answer wasn't going to be the main apple-growing area in New Zealand, so I tried the west-coastal states of USA and voila!
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May 15, 2017
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I kept trying Swazey and wondered why it didn't work. Oh well.
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Mar 10, 2017
(65)
Agreed! Damn that "Y".
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May 15, 2017
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Looking at past %es I can't believe how many I missed last time I took this. Breezed to 100% this time. Must be one of those mornings when my brain is working.
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May 15, 2017
(50)
It is ridiculous how many I missed the last time I took this quiz, apparently I didn't even know where a shogun was from one and a half years ago.
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May 16, 2017
(59)
Should you include Binomial in addition to binary?
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May 15, 2017
(71)
Binomial, in its mathematical sense, refers to a polynomial having two terms; not base 2 numbers.
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May 16, 2017
(52)
Couldn't spell Swayze! :(
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May 16, 2017
(56)
Great quiz! Could you maybe accept "M√ľnchen" for "Munich"?
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May 16, 2017
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Hey, I get to be the first to say it! Idaho potatoes, Washington apples... so Americentric!
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May 16, 2017
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