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Groups of Seven Quiz #3

Name the members of these famous sevensomes.
The 7 Summits are the tallest peaks on each continent
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First submittedAugust 29, 2013
Last updatedFebruary 16, 2019
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Colors of the Rainbow
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue
Indigo
Violet
 
Seven Summits
Kilimanjaro
Vinson Massif
Carstensz Pyramid
Everest
Elbrus
Mount McKinley
Aconcagua
 
Countries Once Part of Yugoslavia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Croatia
Kosovo
Montenegro
North Macedonia
Serbia
Slovenia
Seven Catholic Virtues
Chastity
Temperance
Charity
Diligence
Patience
Kindness
Humility
 
Main SpongeBob Characters
SpongeBob SquarePants
Patrick Star
Squidward Q. Tentacles
Mr. Eugene H. Krabs
Sandy Cheeks
Sheldon J. Plankton
Gary Snail Jr.
 
Countries with Antarctic Claims
Argentina
Australia
Chile
France
New Zealand
Norway
United Kingdom
Weasley Siblings
Bill
Charlie
Percy
Fred
George
Ron
Ginny
 
European Micronations
Andorra
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Malta
Monaco
San Marino
Vatican City
 
Heptathlon Events
100m Hurdles
High Jump
Shot Put
200m Run
Long Jump
Javelin
800m Run
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level 73
Oct 2, 2013
Gary over Mrs. Puff? I suppose...
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level 51
Jan 27, 2014
if you think about it, he is in every episode pretty much
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level 73
Dec 23, 2015
Took the quiz again today over two years later...still missed Gary... Still tried Mrs. Puff.
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level 57
Jul 20, 2016
Got to love the communication from people years in the past. If only we would get email notificatiosn or something
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level 35
Nov 29, 2016
You can Backforward24; well you need to send them yourself, via future mail services.
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level 64
Jan 24, 2014
Please change the term Micronation. This is not the correct term when talking about a small country. A micronation is a place such as Uzupis in Vilnius, Lithuania. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micronation
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level 45
Jan 24, 2014
Shhhh
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level 49
Jan 24, 2014
Why are so many people having trouble with the Seven Catholic Virtues? They're just the opposite of the Seven Deadly Sins.
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level 58
Jan 24, 2014
Never heard of them.
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level 67
Jan 24, 2014
I'm very well acquainted with the Seven Deadly Sins; I keep a busy schedule, trying to fit them in.
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level 58
Jul 20, 2016
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level 44
Apr 18, 2018
Same
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level 41
Jan 24, 2014
Castity - Lust Temperance - Gluttony? Charity - Greed Diligence - Sloth? Patience - Envy? Kindess - Wrath? Humility - Pride Some of them are not EXACT opposites...I had trouble with a few (although, I'm kicking myself for not getting Kindness. Seems so obvious!)
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level 55
Oct 22, 2014
Patience-Wrath and Kindness-Envy
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level 25
Jul 23, 2016
"Niceness" No?
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level 67
Dec 24, 2016
I don't think 'Kicking oneself' is one of them.
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level 17
Jan 29, 2014
I knew them, but when I typed in Chasity for the first one... (spelled wrong) and it didn't take it, I thought it had to have been talking about something else and moved on.
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level 42
Jan 30, 2014
Some of us aren't Catholic? I didn't even know there was such a thing as 7 virtues.
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level 55
Jun 4, 2014
Word. Maybe if the church talked less about sin and more about virtue.
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level 58
Jul 20, 2016
Neither am I
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level 59
Jul 21, 2016
I am Catholic, and I missed about half of them, and I've had quite a few years of study in the faith. I couldn't figure out whether I was being asked for the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, or the seven fruits of the Holy Spirit, or main virtues including or not including the cardinal virtues, or the theological virtues...there's a lot of virtues. And also a lot of different ways to say the same virtue; e.g., diligence = fortitude = perseverance, etc.
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level 27
Jul 30, 2014
never heard of them... or will ever put them into practice :p
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level 75
Aug 29, 2015
@ThirdParty Because so many people are not remotely Catholic.
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level 56
Nov 23, 2015
Not being a Catholic I tried typing in some virtues of my own, sure in the knowledge that I'd guess some right. Good to see that honesty, love, trust and faith are not Catholic virtues. I suspect this may account for a few issues within that particular church.
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level 68
Apr 27, 2016
According to the Catholic catechism, Honesty is comprised in Chastity, and Love + Trust are included in the Kindness virtue. And anyway, those are only the seven Cardinal Virtued (aka most important). It doesn't mean that there can't be more (just as there are more sins that the seven capital ones)
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level 66
Jan 11, 2016
Sin is more fun than virtue. :P
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level 58
Jul 20, 2016
Because we have to resist temptation, for whatever reason.
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level 35
Nov 29, 2016
Well they don't practice them very well so I am not surprised.
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level 17
Jan 24, 2014
Wasn't indigo recently "removed" from the rainbow -- didn't it become, Red, Orange Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet?
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level 55
Jun 4, 2014
Yeah, it went the way of Pluto.
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level 27
Jul 30, 2014
(overly affected cough) No.
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level 58
Oct 29, 2015
No. In a sense it's never been one of the colours, because science only properly recognises six. But indigo is always taught as the sixth of seven in schools, so in that sense it hasn't been "removed".

I'm British and it wasn't until this year that I heard the acronym for the rainbow colours in an episode of Brooklyn Nine Nine. Gina talked about "there's a Cerise alert" and Captain Holt said "I told you to stick to Roy G. Biv for alert colors". Took me a minute to understand what he was going on about.
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level 72
Apr 10, 2016
Richard Of York Gained Battles In Vain.
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level 57
Jul 20, 2016
What the hell is indigo???
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level 58
Jul 20, 2016
Jery, indigo is an imaginary color, that dost not exist. From what I know, Newton invented it so there were seven colors in the rainbow, because seven is a lucky number.
The colors were actually wrongly named however: blue was actually cyan, etc.
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level 49
Jul 30, 2016
I heard that Newton invented indigo to "confirm" his theory that the colours of the rainbow were linked with the seven musical notes. Also, gotta love Greg and Larry.
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level 35
Nov 29, 2016
You are wrong cosmokim Indigo does exist, or at least did. It was an expensive shade of blue and due to catholicism and its obse... no fetish with the number 7 It was included in the colours of the rainbow to stretch it out to 7.
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level 75
May 12, 2017
No, no, no, Newton named it after he traveled forward in time and met Levi Strauss. We couldn't have blue jeans without indigo dye, and Newt wanted to be cutting edge.
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level 67
Jan 28, 2014
Uggh!! I spent nearly a full minute trying to spell the Carstensz Pyramid, and still didn't get it.
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level 59
Jul 20, 2016
Puncak Jaya or just Jaya.
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level 48
Aug 8, 2014
I think purple should be accepted for the rainbow. That is how I learned the song in kindergarten :)
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level 3
Oct 13, 2014
pretty hard couldn't finish
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level 26
Oct 13, 2015
stay strong
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level 57
Feb 9, 2015
Isn't there some myth about those seven spongebob characters representing the seven deadly sins?
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level 58
Mar 16, 2015
When trying to find the 7th microstate, I typed in Slovenia. The word disappeared from the input box but wasn't one of the microstates. I then happily typed in the rest of Yugoslavia without having seen that part of the quiz or the answers filling in.

The one that surprised me I got all of was the Spongebob characters.
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level 58
Oct 29, 2015
I must have cheated when I said that before, because I never remember the hamster's name. For the umpteenth time I have been unable to remember that it's not Erberus or Erebus (which is real and in Google) but ELberus. Whenever that comes up I simply cannot remember the correct combination of letters.
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level 79
Jul 20, 2016
Which hamster? You mean the snail? Or the squirrel?
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level 56
Apr 30, 2015
Puncak Jaya is the main name for Carstensz Pyramid -- I think that's the reason it's scoring so low -- not that people aren't familiar with the seven summits. Might want to allow that answer.
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level 57
May 20, 2015
I put Kosciuszko peak and it took it as carstensz pyramid. I was wondering what is it.
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level ∞
Dec 16, 2015
That will work now
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level 62
Jul 20, 2016
It would help if you specified the Bass or Messner list for 7 Summits.
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level 64
Sep 1, 2015
Why not accept lilac or purple for violet?
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level 75
Aug 23, 2017
Because the man's name is Roy G. Biv, not Roy G. Bil or Roy G. Bip. :)
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level 72
Feb 27, 2016
Mt McKinley officially became Denali in 2015.
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level 66
Jan 8, 2018
It'll always be McKinley in my heart
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level 72
Feb 27, 2016
Isn't Luxembourg is a bit big to be called a micronation? It's over 2500 sq km, and not among the 25 smallest countries. Wikipedia distinguishes between microstates (tiny recognized countries) and micronations (tiny unrecognized nations, like Hutt River and Sealand).
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level 57
Jul 20, 2016
Thanks, Crusader Kings II
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level 20
Jul 27, 2016
I learnt the rainbow as red yellow pink green orange purple blue
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level 76
Jul 19, 2017
Have you ever actually seen a rainbow?
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level 37
Apr 17, 2018
What
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level 67
Nov 29, 2016
Denali really should be the displayed name for the highest peak in North America.
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level 73
Feb 20, 2017
Indeed
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level 61
Jan 2, 2017
Mont Blanc should be accepted as the highest peak of Europe
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level 73
Feb 20, 2017
Elbrus is higher
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level 61
Dec 26, 2017
but it's disputable whether it's in Europe or Asia
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level 10
Jan 6, 2018
Why no purple or pink?
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level 62
Jun 26, 2018
Weasley kids in the same quiz and minor Spongebob characters?
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level 44
Aug 10, 2018
I would think the artist community would argue that indigo certainly does exist?
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level 44
Mar 6, 2019
Why do these always have to require Harry Potter answers? Read a new book.
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level 28
Apr 16, 2019
you should accept chaste for chasetity and dilligent for dilligence and so on
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