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Groups of Four Quiz #2

Name the members of these famous foursomes.
Last updated: May 07, 2018
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Capitals of U.K.
Countries
Belfast
Cardiff
Edinburgh
London
 
Types of Human Teeth
Incisors
Canines
Premolars
Molars
 
Phases of Matter
Solid
Liquid
Gas
Plasma
 
Four Temperaments
Sanguine
Choleric
Melancholic
Phlegmatic
Great Inventions of
Ancient China
Gunpowder
Compass
Paper
Printing
 
The Fantastic Four
Mr. Fantastic
The Invisible Woman
The Human Torch
The Thing
 
Swiss Languages
French
German
Italian
Romansh
 
Presidents on Mount
Rushmore
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Theodore Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Arab Spring Countries
with Regime Changes
Egypt
Libya
Tunisia
Yemen
 
Hogwarts Houses
Gryffindor
Hufflepuff
Ravenclaw
Slytherin
 
Most-Grown Staple Crops
Corn
Rice
Wheat
Potatoes
 
Bones of the Leg
Femur
Patella
Tibia
Fibula
Things a Bride Should
Wear
Something Old
Something New
Something Borrowed
Something Blue
 
First Four Greek Letters
Alpha
Beta
Gamma
Delta
 
Precious Gemstones
Diamond
Emerald
Ruby
Sapphire
 
Capital Cities on
the Danube
Belgrade
Budapest
Bratislava
Vienna
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level 11
Apr 12, 2013
teeth shouldn't be there because of wisdom
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level 73
Apr 25, 2013
wisdom teeth are molars. The term "wisdom" just denotes the time in your life you get them in. They are also called "twelve year molars"
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level 80
May 13, 2013
Close, but the 12-year molars are the second set of molars, that usually come in around age 12 (shocking, I know). Wisdom Teeth are the third set of molars, which come in usually between ages 16-22.
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level 50
Jul 20, 2014
And, in rare cases such as mine, twelve years old. And if you're going to be that odd, why not go even further and add another rare case, such as mine, with seven wisdom teeth!
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level 55
Mar 6, 2018
To be fair, I'm 16 and my 12 year molars aren't fully grown in. I have 3 wisdom teeth, but from the way it looks I may never get those in (thank god)
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level 57
Aug 29, 2015
Some people don't get wisdom teeth, and most people who do get them removed.
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level 49
Jun 1, 2016
As I did last week.
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level 71
May 7, 2018
Apparently, malocclusion is a result of the soft food in many contemporary diets -- it changes our face/jaw as we grow and so as adults we don't have room for wisdom teeth. http://darwinian-medicine.com/how-the-western-diet-has-changed-the-human-face/
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level 32
Jun 2, 2013
there are actually five states of matter. if you are going to include plasma you should include bose-einstein condensate.
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level 66
Jun 15, 2013
Are you Sheldon Cooper by any chance?
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level 80
Jun 15, 2013
ROFL
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level 32
Apr 22, 2014
Other types of matter include: Low Energy Bose–Einstein condensate, Fermionic condensate, Degenerate matter, Quantum Hall Rydberg matter, Strange matter, Superfluid, Supersolid, Photonic matter, High energy QCD matter, Quark–gluon plasma, Supercritical fluid, Other states Colloid, Glass, Liquid crystal, Quantum spin liquid, Magnetically ordered, Antiferromagnet, Ferrimagnet, Ferromagnet, String-net liquid, Superglass.
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level 32
Jun 15, 2013
Yes he's right and that's not that nerdy to know it. I heard of even more states of matter than five, which are more exotic. And I never heard before that plasma is the fourth... solid, liquid and gas are just taught because they're the most common ones in our environment.
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level 65
Mar 17, 2016
It's more complicated than just being common. and the idea that plasma is the fourth (major) state of matter is pretty widely accepted. But where to draw the line between the 4 larger categories is arbitrary, and many of the more exotic states of matter have to do with the hazy area between states. A Bose-Einstein condensate on the other hand is the one that actually fits this category. Much like plasma, you need some pretty extreme conditions to get it, but in this case you need extremely cold conditions as opposed to extremely hot conditions for plasma.
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level 65
Feb 2, 2018
Plasma is actually the most common state of matter in the universe, by a VERY comfortable margin.
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level 52
Apr 30, 2018
Are you really trying to sell the idea that "bose-einstein condensate" isn't all that nerdy to know? That the quintessence of nerdom. Being a nerd isn't a bad thing but if you bring up bose-einstein condensate in any conversation outside of a science lab and people are going to think you're a nerd... and they'd be right.
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level 21
Jul 1, 2013
I blanked on Plasma until I remembered that they are the villain team in the fifth gen Pokemon games
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level 70
Jul 24, 2017
A memory aid that will never, EVER work for me.
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level 44
May 11, 2018
My memory aid is solid, liquid, gas and plasma. It’s just that simple.
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level 44
May 11, 2018
And it’s truly a shame that you missed out on Black and White.
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level 70
Jul 2, 2014
Please also accept Romansch - see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romansh_language. There are more alternative spellings there I didn't know about.
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level 76
Apr 25, 2015
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level ∞
Dec 13, 2015
That will work now
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level 45
Oct 2, 2014
Should be Original Fantastic 4 as there have been quite a lot over the year including for example Spiderman, Storm, Ant Man, Luke Cage, Black Panther, and She Hulk.
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level 45
Nov 17, 2014
Wouldn't accept "Invisible Girl" for Sue Richards. Thats how long its been since I've read any Fantastic Four. Shes all grown up now I suppose.
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level ∞
Dec 13, 2015
Invisible Girl will work now.
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level 55
Apr 20, 2015
I had never heard of Romansh before. Learn something new every day.
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level 76
Apr 25, 2015
Movable type for printing?
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level ∞
Dec 13, 2015
Okay
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level 52
May 31, 2016
paper currency - that's a pretty good Chinese invention too
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level 66
Nov 21, 2016
Yuan me both agree!
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level 50
May 5, 2017
I challenge you to come up with a pun involving the word "Renminbi".
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level 66
May 7, 2018
'Mushroomsteve ..... "Regarding renminbi remind me by mindreading"
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level 21
Jun 2, 2016
the chinese didn't invent printing it was in europe that the printing press was made they only used ink blocks in china, porcelain should take its spot
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level 65
Feb 2, 2018
The invention of the printing press was not the invention of printing. That's like saying music was created in 1700 because that's when the piano was invented. Movable type printing was invented in China more than 400 years before Gutenberg, and woodblock printing another 800 years before than (also in China).
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level 40
Jun 3, 2016
Didn't know how to spell Romansh. I kept trying to put Romanisch
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level 26
Jun 21, 2016
Susan Storm should be accepted as an answer
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level 59
Feb 2, 2018
and Johnny Storm
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level ∞
May 7, 2018
Okay
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level 75
Jun 6, 2018
If you know their alter egos, you certainly know their more well-known character names.
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level 40
Nov 21, 2016
Could you please accept the spelling Romanisch for Swiss languages? That's how I've always seen it spelled.
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level 70
Jul 24, 2017
Clearly, China didn't invent pet rocks, or they would've been on the list.
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level 66
May 7, 2018
Well then who did?
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level 14
Dec 16, 2017
how did you group the answers?
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level 69
May 11, 2018
Would you be so kind as to cite your source for the staple crop answer? I was shocked not to see soybeans, and five minutes of Googling later, I've seen sources that variously put it, sugar cane, and barley in the top 5, so now I am totally confused. Thanks if you can! I like to be edified from these quizzes :-)
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level ∞
May 11, 2018
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staple_food
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level 42
Aug 27, 2018
I scored 63%, why only 1 point out of 5 then?
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level 33
Sep 23, 2018
Tough one! I don't know anything about the Fantastic Four and I've never even heard of the four temperaments.
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level 73
Sep 23, 2018
I tried submolars and some other variants. I knew it was something like that. Missed that one, Ravenclaw, and Melancholic.
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level 60
Sep 23, 2018
Can you allow print as a type-in for printing?
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level 74
Sep 24, 2018
I thought the four great inventions of ancient China were beer, noodles, and tea, which resulted in a need for the fourth, a toothbrush. :)
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level 55
Sep 27, 2018
Can you acccept black powder for gunpowder.