Parts of Things #2

We give you three parts of something. You tell us what it is.
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Last updated: December 6, 2019
First submittedJuly 6, 2013
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Parts
Answer
Cockpit, Cabin, Fuselage
Airplane
Spoke, Hub, Rim
Wheel
Trigger, Barrel, Muzzle
Gun
Salutation, Signature, Postscript
Letter
Endosperm, Bran, Germ
Grain
Baseline, Service Line, Net
Tennis Court
Proton, Neutron, Electron
Atom
Bow, Stern, Rudder
Boat
Emblem, Hoist, Field
Flag
Gills, Cap, Mycelium
Mushroom
Parts
Answer
Pistil, Stamen, Petal
Flower
Jacket, Bow Tie, Cummerbund
Tuxedo
Chain, Fork, Handlebar
Bicycle
Eyepiece, Stage, Mechanical Stage
Microscope
Fender, Radiator, Fan Belt
Car
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Mitochondrion
Cell
Vertex, Edge, Hypotenuse
Triangle
Stirrup, Horn, Cantle
Saddle
Umbra, Penumbra, Antumbra
Shadow
Hammer, Damper, Key
Piano
+5
Level 81
Sep 16, 2013
Jacket, Bow Tie, Cummerbund is a dinner suit in UK. I always thought a tuxedo was just a dress jacket.
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Level ∞
Sep 17, 2013
Dinner suit would have worked.
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Level 66
Sep 16, 2013
Fun quiz.
+4
Level 29
Sep 16, 2013
Please accept 'suit' for tuxedo.
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Level 82
Aug 27, 2014
All suits don't have cummerbunds. And often they are worn with a tie rather than bow tie.
+9
Level 70
Oct 4, 2019
Not all atoms have neutrons, and not all cells have mitochondria. That doesn't indicate that neutrons and mitochondria are not part of atoms or cells. "Suit" should definitely be accepted.
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Level ∞
Nov 3, 2015
Tux will work now
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Level 71
Sep 17, 2013
Boat but not ship?
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Level ∞
Sep 17, 2013
Ship will work now.
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Level 35
Sep 17, 2013
The clues for "saddle" are incorrect. The clues are for a western saddle as an English saddle does not have a horn and it will not accept western saddle as an answer.
+4
Level 63
Sep 18, 2013
Saddle is not incorrect. It is the commonly known term for the item. Most people on here are not horseback riding experts as you obviously claim to be.
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Level 63
Sep 18, 2013
How about motorcycle as well as bicycle?
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Level 67
May 16, 2020
bike works
+4
Level 45
Sep 18, 2013
Fun quiz! I almost didn't get mushroom in time -- I kept trying 'fungus'.
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Level 78
Mar 21, 2017
Mushrooms.....bleeeechhhhhhttt!!!!!!! If I wanted to eat fungus, I'd suck on my socks.
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Level 78
Oct 21, 2017
I love mushrooms but I once ate a normally non-poisonous hen-of-the-woods that had apparently absorbed some type of bacteria, chemical, or poison from its surroundings. It made me violently ill. (The next day, a slice from the same mushroom had bright yellow streaks running through it.) The doctor told me to never ever eat another mushroom, not even from the store. He needn't have bothered. I feel ill when I even look at them.
+3
Level 70
Nov 24, 2019
Shouldn't fungus also be accepted?
+1
Level 70
May 18, 2020
Not all fungi are mushrooms e.g. yeast and mold.
+1
Level 45
Sep 19, 2013
How about "tire" for "wheel"?
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Level 21
Sep 19, 2013
I agree with tire.
+2
Level 54
Aug 13, 2019
A tyre is part of a wheel
+3
Level 73
Nov 13, 2019
Tyres don't have spokes.
+3
Level 78
Mar 19, 2015
I never knew shadows had parts. Thanks for the teaching moment.
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Level 71
Jun 7, 2016
Seconded! I have just spent a few educational minutes on the web finding out more. S x
+1
Level 78
Oct 21, 2017
I didn't remember what I learned, but after viewing the eclipse this summer I also tried eclipse and was surprised when it didn't work. Brain not working this morning.
+1
Level 42
Jun 7, 2016
Can mail be accepted for letter?
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Level 72
Jun 9, 2016
But those items are not parts of mail, they are parts of a letter. A clue for "mail" might be "Letters, Parcels, Postcards". The QM put a lot of effort into making sure the clues were specific; it defeats the purpose if he then goes and just accepts everyone's random free associations as answers.
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Level 67
May 16, 2020
I think by mail he means email, not the stuff that comes by post. Emails are basically electronic letters
+3
Level 43
Jun 7, 2016
Technically, a hypotenuse is a part of a right-angled triangle, not any triangle, so the answer should be right-angled triangle. It would of course be fine to allow someone to type 'triangle' and get a correct score. Loved the quiz by the way.
+2
Level 74
Jun 7, 2016
Tried Sigil, Banner, Coat of arms, etc. for Flag... Never thought of the simple answer.
+1
Level 58
Jun 7, 2016
Boat should be changed to sailing boat since not all boats/yachts have rudders (some have engines and propellers which steer the vessel)
+3
Level 52
Jun 7, 2016
he only reason i knew mushroom was minecraft...
+2
Level 60
Jun 7, 2016
Can you accept fungus for mushroom?
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Level 72
Jun 9, 2016
Only if you can point out the gills or cap on ringworm.
+1
Level 72
Jun 8, 2016
"Cockpit, Cabin, Fuselage" should allow starship, and particularly, Millennium Falcon.
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Level 69
Jun 8, 2016
Formalwear for tux?
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Level 72
Jun 9, 2016
Seriously? Last time I checked, my evening gown did not have a jacket, a bow tie, OR a cumberbund.
+2
Level 68
Jul 5, 2016
Not all mushrooms have gills. Only order Agaricales - there are plenty of polypore mushrooms out there. And firearm should be accepted for gun.
+1
Level 67
May 16, 2020
I tried pistol, after that I did try gun
+1
Level 24
Jun 19, 2017
Can suit be an alternative for tuxedo?
+2
Level 55
May 16, 2020
Aircraft surely!
+1
Level 52
May 16, 2020
Baseline, Service Line, Net can also be for badminton or volleyball