Analogies #7

Can you fill the blanks in these analogies?
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Last updated: December 21, 2020
First submittedJune 5, 2013
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This is to this ...
As ...
Bird is to Flock
Fish is to School
Circle is to Square
Sphere is to Cube
Chairman is to Board
Foreman is to Jury
Pharaoh is to Egypt
Tsar is to Russia
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
Safari is to Apple
Chrome is to Google
Garbage is to Rubbish
Elevator is to Lift
Cent is to Dollar
Year is to Century
This is to this ...
As ...
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
Carnival is to Rio de Janeiro
Oktoberfest is to Munich
1600 Pennsylvania is to the U.S.
10 Downing is to the U.K.
Severus is to Snape
Albus is to Dumbledore
Stressed is to Desserts
Spacer is to Recaps
Robin is to Batman
Little John is to Robin Hood
Cockpit is to Airplane
Bridge is to Ship
Jeff Daniels is to Dumb
Jim Carrey is to Dumber
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Level 51
Aug 19, 2013
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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Level 34
May 15, 2017
Lol same.... I put elevate at first and then I started trying different versions of people
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Level 72
Dec 16, 2014
Maybe 'shoal' should be accepted for a group of fish? I've heard it used far more often than 'school',
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Level ∞
Jul 22, 2016
Shoal will work now
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Level 77
Jan 9, 2015
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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Level 81
May 15, 2017
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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Level 66
May 15, 2017
Maybe you could try reading the Harry Potter books. I did (as an adult), and enjoyed them.
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Level 50
May 16, 2017
Yes, I'll read them eventually. It would help if you could pay for my retirement.
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Level 67
Aug 23, 2019
What does money have to do with anything? Or do you mean you have no time? Surely you don't work from 6am till midnight? You even have time to hang around on jetpunk so you have time to read. And from what i remember they are a very fast read. I think i read the 1st or 2nd in a day, but seem most as movies.

either way the questions are so basic most is common knowledge (like about some other other books) you basicly only have to watch 5 minutes of one of the movies to know the answers jetpunk quizzes ask (besides specific potter quizzes obviously)

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Level 50
Sep 17, 2019
Insaniot’s law - Those who ignorant to what another sees as common knowledge will always complain.
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Level 67
Dec 21, 2020
Please don't try to name a law after yourself...
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Level 83
Dec 28, 2020
Insaniot's corollary - those who bad grammar foolish look.
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Level 68
Dec 22, 2020
I've never seen or read Harry Potter, so I didn't even understand the question...
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Level 82
May 15, 2017
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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Level 67
May 15, 2017
Should you include Binomial in addition to binary?
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Level 80
May 16, 2017
Binomial, in its mathematical sense, refers to a polynomial having two terms; not base 2 numbers.
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Level 83
Dec 21, 2020
It's Latin. Bi = 2. Nomen = name. A base 2 counting system wouldn't be binomial. Species names (usually) and Abraham Lincoln are binomial.
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Level 72
Dec 23, 2020
I never knew that about Abe. Learn something new every day.
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Level 60
May 16, 2017
Couldn't spell Swayze! :(
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Level 47
Oct 20, 2020
I had no idea what Oktoberfest was, but I figured it looked German, so I guessed Munich, and I got it! Was going to guess Berlin or Köln if I didn't get it
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Level 47
Oct 20, 2020
I meant Cologne.
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Level 55
Dec 21, 2020
Accept Chief Justice, for Jury
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Level ∞
Dec 21, 2020
Sorry, I don't believe that is an accurate analogy.
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Level 90
Dec 21, 2020
The Supreme Court Justices are not a Jury.
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Level 74
Dec 21, 2020
The overlap between Batman's Robin and Little John's Robin Hood was a tough one!
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Level 80
Dec 21, 2020
"Bird is to Flock" / "Fish is to School" is in Analogies #4 as "Birds are to Flock" / "Fish are to School".

Also, there's a stray } in "Jim} Carrey".

Also, "Bibliophile is to Books" / "Anglophile is to England" is the same answer as Analogies #5's "Sinophile is to China" / "Anglophile is to England".

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Level ∞
Dec 22, 2020
Changed the quizzes so there are no more duplicate questions. Thank you.
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Level 74
Dec 21, 2020
Any chance of accepting "helm?"
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Level ∞
Dec 22, 2020
Sure, that will work now.
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Level 74
Dec 22, 2020
What's wrong with SCRAPE as an anagram of SPACER ?
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Level 84
Dec 22, 2020
It may be an anagram, but it's more specific than that. Some people call it a "semordnilap", but I prefer backronym.
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Level 74
Dec 23, 2020
Ah, I see what you mean
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Level 75
Dec 29, 2020
a backronym is something completely different - it is when an acronym is formed from an already existing word rather than a new word being created by forming an initialism
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Level 82
Dec 28, 2020
I didn't get the stressed-desserts one at all. Had to read the comments. Very clever. Thanks for pushing the envelope on analogies. First one in the series I have missed.
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Level 46
Feb 20, 2021
I got the least guessed answer but not the most guessed answer D: