Also Known As #3

Guess the other names for these things.
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Last updated: January 25, 2014
First submittedAugust 15, 2013
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This
Also Known As...
Orca
Killer Whale
The Great War
World War I
Republic of China
Taiwan
The Clap
Gonorrhea
Canuck
Canadian
Pepita
Pumpkin Seed
Quakers
Friends
Mary I of England
Bloody Mary
Millennium Wheel
London Eye
Myanmar
Burma
This
Also Known As...
Academy Award
Oscar
Islas Malvinas
Falkland Islands
Decompression Sickness
The Bends
Bishop of Rome
Pope
Extraterrestrial
Alien
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Lewis Carroll
Willis Tower
Sears Tower
Syrah
Shiraz
Brontosaurus
Apatosaurus
Asia Minor
Anatolia
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Level 86
Jan 17, 2014
Please accept "the eye" for the Milennium Wheel.
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Level 43
Jan 25, 2014
Yeah, I wrote "eye of London" and it wasn't accepted either.
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Level 81
Jan 25, 2014
I tried Apottosaurus or something like that
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Level ∞
Jan 25, 2014
"Eye" or "The Eye" will work now.
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Level 55
May 2, 2014
No clue what it's called. And I see it all the time on "Doctor Who."
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Level 73
Jan 25, 2014
I am a Canadian and I do not consider myself a canuck. It's like calling someone from Texas or Oregon a Yankee.
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Level 52
Jan 27, 2014
Well in other countries (i.e. Australia) they refer to any American as a Yank...just saying
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Level 84
Oct 24, 2014
Well in other countries they're wrong about that...just saying.
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Level 60
May 17, 2017
Agreed. I thought a 'yank' was a rude word for any USA people.
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Level 63
Dec 28, 2015
Yeah..I don't get this either. The Canucks are a hockey team...I call myself Canadian.
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Level 66
Nov 30, 2017
Why not? I'm Canadian too, and I know it's a common term for Canadians (esp. outside of Canada)
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Level 56
Jan 25, 2014
For an English-language quiz, the islands should be the Falkland Islands, also known as "Islas Malvinas", not the other way round.
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Level 81
Jan 25, 2014
why?
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Level 70
Jul 24, 2016
Are you really that naïve kalbahamut?
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Level 81
Jan 25, 2014
Orca also known as blackfish
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Level 71
Apr 26, 2014
Bwahaha! I didn't have the faintest idea what the clap thing could be, so I thought I thought maybe it had to do with movies and Hollywood - because of filming clapboards. Hot damn was I far from the truth! :-D
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Level 32
Nov 11, 2014
How did so few get Apatosaurus!! Althogh dinosaurs are one of my favorite things.
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Level 70
Dec 1, 2014
Why did I think the Bends was spelled Benz?
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Level 82
Jun 2, 2018
That only refers to decompression sickness after you accidentally drive your Mercedes into the ocean.
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Level 57
Oct 2, 2018
me too
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Level 79
Sep 4, 2015
Are extraterrestrial and alien the same thing? Alien means anything foreign, whereas extraterrestrial is specifically anything not on Earth.
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Level 64
Aug 12, 2016
Sigourney Weaver would agree with the quiz.
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Level 34
Apr 28, 2016
I thought Asia Minir what the Middle East…now I know. :)
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Level 34
Apr 28, 2016
*minor, *was
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Level 76
Sep 6, 2016
The Brontosaurus has been rehabilitated as its own dinosaur, something which I learnt from another quiz on this site. Here's a link to a Scientific American article on the issue: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-brontosaurus-is-back1/
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Level 78
Oct 18, 2018
The only thing that I could think of for brontosaurus was thunder lizard, but I don't really remember why that came to mind.
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Level 67
Dec 12, 2019
What was he on? That he needed rehabilitation? (Or did he hurt his back or something? Or more likely his neck..)
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Level 66
Nov 30, 2017
Only 8% of people got Shiraz? I feel like I might have an alcohol problem now...
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Level 70
Dec 13, 2019
If you had a alcohol problem you would just call it wine or plonk, none of that fancy stuff.
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Level 52
Oct 10, 2018
i tried STD for The Clap...please can you accept that (nothing to do with telephones either!)
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Level 83
Apr 23, 2019
Usually FTD is in order.
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Level 67
Dec 12, 2019
Fone transmitted disease?
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Level 65
Nov 2, 2018
I tried gonorrhoea but it didn't accept. Then I tried Mary Queen of Scots, and it didn't accept. I thought I was losing it!
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Level 83
Mar 23, 2019
I've not heard 'Mary Queen of Scots' used for gonorrhoea. Could be a useful euphemism - 'I've had a visit from Scottish Mary...'
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Level 83
Apr 23, 2019
I've never tried gonorrhea or any other STD. I don't get what people see in them.
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Level 72
Nov 3, 2019
The point that kiwiquizzer, who I assume is from New Zealand, is making as that Americans spell gonorrhoea wrongly. I agree. I so often hear that this is an English language quiz - so accept English spelling. If you wish to accept the US version as an alternative, that's fine, but at least accept gonorrhOea!
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Level 74
Mar 9, 2019
Could you accept Sears on its own since tower is in the clue? When it wasn't accepted I thought I must be wrong and started trying others.
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Level 83
Apr 23, 2019
Who the #!@% thinks they have the right to rename Brontosaurus Burgers after Judd #!@%ing Apatow?
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Level 66
Nov 3, 2019
Could you please accept the spelling gonorrhoea? This is how it is spelt in the UK and Australia.

Many thanks!!

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Level 57
Nov 3, 2019
The British spelling of gonorrhea makes the disease seem much more malignant, that extra o goes a long way.
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Level 44
Nov 3, 2019
I got Canuck right but I always thought it specifically meant a French Canadian.
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Level 70
Dec 12, 2019
Is it possible that "Sears" isn't accepted? Kind of redundant to have to add "tower", when it's already in the hint.