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Who shot an apple that was placed atop his son's head?
What is the largest company in Japan by revenue?
What does the symbol represent?
What country has 2.3 popes per square kilometer?
What was discovered by Crick and Watson?
Structure of DNA
What slippery synthetic material is often used as a coating on non-stick cookware?
Who is the most famous person that Selena Gomez has dated?
What bird's famous pink feathers are caused by the beta-Carotene in their
diet of brine shrimp and algae?
What organism is also known as a "toadstool"?
What Medieval profession involved entertaining the king?
If flora are plants, what are animals?
What is the specific gravity of water at 4° Celsius?
What is the term for cargo that has been thrown overboard from a ship? (hint: not flotsam)
What group of treaties give rights to prisoners of war, injured soldiers,
and civilian non-combatants?
Geneva Conventions
What Germanic tribe founded the country that became France?
What does a flatulent person do?
Squids and octopuses are cephalopods. Name one of the other two kinds of cephalopods.
What has between 19 and 24 frets?
What prefix can come before brow, cycle, and sex?
What medical condition occurs when a part of the body freezes?
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(66)
Which part of Portugal lies in the Eastern Hemisphere???
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May 23, 2017
(72)
Seconding this. And also, is the "(hint: not flotsam)" thing really needed? People don't want answers spoon-fed to them.
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May 23, 2017
(79)
Thirding this.
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May 24, 2017
(40)
It's not spoon-feeding for non-native speakers. I'm one and had no idea that flotsam and jetsam were words. (And I kinda have a hard time convincing myself they are, because they sound sort of silly :P)
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Jul 11, 2017
(71)
Maybe they are counting overseas territories? Does Portugal have any overseas territories anymore?
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May 23, 2017
(68)
Nope, so I think Portugal qualifies as a second answer. Would make an interesting two-answer question, actually.
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May 24, 2017
(66)
Nope, only Azores and Madeira off the mainland.
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May 24, 2017
Replaced that question. Thanks!
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May 24, 2017
(64)
Cuttlefish... Why the hell did I think they were called Skuttlefish??
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May 24, 2017
(67)
In my head they were called crayfish for some reason
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May 24, 2017
(62)
Good quiz, great mix of questions. Most famous person called Bieber?....... fame must come cheap these days.
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May 24, 2017
(72)
Nautilus should be accepted. Also, there are fretless guitars.
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May 25, 2017
Fixed the Nautilus type-in.
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May 25, 2017
(78)
Slightly disappointed that "kraken" wasn't accepted as an answer to the cephalopod question.
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May 25, 2017
(68)
Or Cthulhu for that matter :'(
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Jun 4, 2017
(48)
Jester should be also accepted for Justin Beaber answer. Thankfully they are one next to one
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May 28, 2017
(65)
Or how about "fool" for either answer?
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Jul 10, 2017
(60)
Who is Selena Gomez and why should I know her? Resisting making a comment about who she has apparently been dating. Good quiz though, nice range if fairly unusual questions.
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Jun 5, 2017
(54)
I think she was one of Disney's teen idols who has morphed into a pop star/actress. She's basically a less notorious version of Miley Cyrus from what I gather. That might not be exactly right, but it's in the ballpark.
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Jul 10, 2017
(66)
She was in the Walker Texas Ranger movie.
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Jul 10, 2017
(70)
She was in more than that. But I think she's more famous as a pop singer than an actress.
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Jul 10, 2017
(42)
Please accept "Wilhelm Tell" for "William Tell" :þ
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Jul 10, 2017
(21)
Simply "tell" worked.
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Jul 10, 2017
(21)
I wish Trivia Crack's people were as attentive as our quizmasters on Jetpunk.
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Jul 10, 2017
(60)
Rosalind Franklin was the chemist and x-ray crystallographer who discovered the structure of DNA (also RNA, viruses, graphite etc) with these other dudes. Her name is not on the Nobel prize because she happened to die before recieving the prize and Nobel isn't awarded posthumously.
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Jul 10, 2017
(47)
Came to say this. Also because Watson and Crick were...not terribly fond of the idea of a woman making a groundbreaking discovery.
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Jul 10, 2017
(57)
I thought the question for "Frostbite" meant freezes, like stops moving, so I guessed "Paralysis". Whoops.
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Jul 10, 2017
(41)
This was hard. 3/20
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Jul 10, 2017
(71)
Typed in "Francs" about 20 times wondering why it didn't work. Oops.
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Jul 11, 2017
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