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According to Welsh triads, he had three Great Queens and was one of the three frivolous bards of Britain. "Culhwch [Kill-wich] and Olwen" represents an early appearance of his, but his story was shaped into its now-familiar form by Geoffrey of Monmouth. One possible historical prototype for him was the Roman Lucius Artorius Castus. In legend, his downfall resulted from an affair between his wife and his greatest knight, and he was mortally wounded by his illegitimate son, Mordred. FTP, name this once and future king.
Answer: King Arthur
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In general, this part of the brain is crucial in keeping animals timed to their environment as it responds directly to light and darkness. In mammals, including humans, it is located near the center of one's brain, though in lampreys it is mounted on a stalk close to an opening in the skull where it functions as a photoreceptor. This function is important, as detection of light is necessary for the stimulation of its production of melatonin, a hormone which regulates the body's seasonal cycles. FTP, identify this gland, whose name is derived from its cone-shaped appearance.
Answer: pineal gland
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Spontaneous combustion causes the death of Mr. Krook, one of this novel's dozens of minor characters. The novel's first sentence is the single word "London." In its conclusion, a will is discovered which resolves the lawsuit at the heart of the novel's plot, but it turns out that all the money at stake in the case was already spent on legal fees. Also, the orphaned heroine learns she is the illegitimate daughter of Lady Dedlock and marries Allan Woodcourt. She had been engaged to one of the parties in the Jarndyce and Jarndyce case, who lived in the residence that the novel is named after. FTP, name this very long novel that criticizes the Chancery system, a masterwork of Charles Dickens.
Answer: Bleak House
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In this midst of this event, a young anarchist named Alexander Berkman, shot one of the leading figures twice in the abdomen then stabbed him multiple times. That figure, Henry Clay Fick, finished his day at his office on the Monongahela River as the manager of a company which failed to recognize the proposals of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers. That failure led to an event that necessitated the involvement of 300 Pinkertons that were used to quell a violent 5-month fight with disgruntled workers. FTP, what was this Pennsylvania strike against Andrew Carnegie's Steel Mill that served as a major setback in the unionization of the American steel industry?
Answer: Homestead Strike
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Situated on an island in the center of the Pool of Nectar, it can be accessed via a marble causeway and was once the site of Operation Blue Star, a military campaign waged against religious extremists led by Bhindranwale. Historically, its foundation was laid by Mian Mir who set it on a lower level than its surroundings so that even the humblest had to step down in order to enter it. Its entrances on four sides symbolize its openness to worshipers of all castes and creeds, and its name is derived from the material used to rebuild it after it was destroyed by invading Afghans. Located in Amritsar, FTP, identify this most sacred building of the Indian Sikhs.
Answer: Harmandir or Golden Temple
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Takako may have been her real name and she was a servant of Empress Akiko, possibly hired by Fujiwara no Michinaga. The name by which she is best known was also the name of the major female character in her most famous work, a young girl who is abducted by the hero and later becomes his favorite wife. She wrote a diary covering the years 1008 to 1010, and was the subject of a novel by Liza Dalby. Her masterpiece was finished by 1021 at the latest and ends abruptly with chapter 54. FTP, name this Japanese woman writer of the Heian period, author of The Tale of Genji.
Answer: Murasaki Shikibu
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James Joyce's first published work, "Et tu, Healy," was a posthumous celebration of this man. Near the end of his career Richard Piggott forged letters implicating him in the Phoenix Park murders. He entered Parliament in 1875 and soon became the leader of the Home Rule League, which he changed into an effective political force by instituting a system of bloc voting. He was known as the "uncrowned king of Ireland" and is alluded to in the title of Joyce's story "Ivy Day in the Committee Room." FTP, name this Irish politician whose career was ruined by a sex scandal involving Kitty O'Shea.
Answer: Charles Stewart Parnell
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As the author scripted in his Model Book, the stage for this play was to be made up of only a curved curtain and a circle marked on the floor which would double as a rotating turntable. That turntable would be used to spin a large wagon from which assorted merchandise would be sold, though its most memorable use occurs in Scene Eleven when the mute Kattrin climbs atop, beating a worn drum as she is cut down by artillery fire. Her sacrifice had been intended as a warning to her grieving mother, who had already lost her sons Eilif and Swiss Cheese in this work of Epic Theater. FTP, identify this Bertolt Brecht drama about a woman's struggles during the Thirty Years' War.
Answer: Mother Courage and Her Children
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Francesco married the famous Isabella D'Este and served as a military commander during the late 15th century. Elisabetta married Duke of Guidobaldo of Urbino and became the duchess of Cortegiano. Poliziano, Pico Della Mirandola, Alberti, and the painter Mantegna were all employed by the family's marquis, Lodovico. After receiving the title of first duke of Mantua by Charles V, Federigo became the patron of Giulio Romano and Pietro Aretino. FTP, identify this Italian noble family who shares their name with a basketball powerhouse in Spokane that has produced the likes of John Stockton and Adam Morrison.
Answer: Gonzaga
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The final two parts, "Tábor" and "Blanik" musically depict events from the 15th century Hussite Wars, and the third part, "?árka", is about a legendary Amazonian warrior. It was written between 1874 and 1879, when the composer was already completely deaf. Though intended as a single work, they are often performed individually. This is especially true of the second part, about the Vltava River, better known by its German name, "The Moldau." FTP, name this cycle of six tone poems that expresses the national pride of its composer, Bedřich Smetana.
Answer: "M vlast "or "My Country"
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This of Arthur C. Clarke states that "Any sufficient advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." If one takes the Christoffel symbols of the Schwarzschild metric, one can derive an expression for radial distance along a circular geodesic path that is in accord with this of Kepler. Nernst's theorem is another way of stating this for thermodynamics, which applies to the conditions of entropy at absolute zero of a crystal lattice, while Newton's follows mathematically from the law of conservation of momentum. FTP, identify this numbered law, which Newton stated as "for every action?there is an equal, but opposite, reaction."
Answer: Third Law
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As of 2006, this team is one of six to never have played in a Super Bowl, though one of its previous coaches would later win several Super Bowls with another team. The team's current head coach was the defensive coordinator under that previous coach, Bill Belichick, and became the fourth coach of this team's second incarnation in 2005. During the 1940's, they dominated the AAFC, though they only managed a 4-12 record this past season under head coach Romeo Crennel. FTP, name this professional football team whose home games were once held at Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
Answer: Cleveland Browns (accept Cleveland before mentioned)
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Along with Sir Frederick Abel, he developed the smokeless gunpowder, cordite. His work in chemistry predated this, however, as he had developed structural formulas for benzene in 1867. His research in spectroscopy provided the background necessary to both liquefy and solidify hydrogen gas, though it was for a machine he had constructed by 1891 that led to his greatest achievement. That machine made use of vacuum-jacketed vessels for the storage of low-temperature liquid gases, and its efficiency in preventing the influx of external heat made it an essential tool in both the scientific and commercial industries. FTP, name this chemist whose creation of a double-walled flask led to his invention of the thermos.
Answer: Sir James Dewar
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It was characterized by geometric shapes and figures, such as chevrons, zig zags and diamond shaped lozenges. It emphasized the vertical more than it did the horizontal, as seen in the City Hall building in Buffalo, New York. It got its influences by, among others, Cubism and Italian Futurism, and, especially after 1922, Ancient Egypt. With its best known examples being the Chrysler Building, the ocean liner Normandie and a namesake district in Miami, this is, FTP, what art movement, which took its name from a French exhibition in 1925 known as the International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts.
Answer: Art Deco
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Kroger-Vink notation is used to write chemical equations of this type, where dots and accents are used to denote charge differentials according to ion vacancies. The Frenkel variation occurs when a vacancy-interstitial pair is formed by the translocation of an ion from a normal lattice point to an interstitial point, while the Schottky version is common to ceramics and other ionically bonded materials. Any localized disruptions in otherwise perfect atomic arrangements in a crystalline structure are known as point ones and they are often the cause of failures in a material. FTP, identify this term for any imperfection in a structure, often synonymous with a flaw or blemish.
Answer: defect (prompt on dislocation)
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Adjacent to Yoho and Kootenay, this site was established upon a narrow montane ecoregion of natural hot springs above the Bow River valley. Its landscape makes up part of the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains and it contains a number of active glaciers, including the great Columbia Icefield. Home to both grizzly and black bears, caribou, and wapiti, its Vermillion Lakes is an archaeological site with some of Canada's earliest known human remains, while its 4 million annual visitors make it Canada's most popular national park. FTP, what is this Canadian site, a major tourist attraction in western Alberta?
Answer: Banff National Park
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This man viewed cultures as systems of communication, constructing models based on foundational linguistics, information theory, and cybernetics to interpret them, as found in works like From Honey to Ashes and his essay collection The View from Afar. He analyzed the art, religion, and mythology of the Northwest Coast Indians in his two-volume The Way of the Masks, though his main focus was an effort to reduce the enormous amounts of information about cultural systems to what he believed were the basic essentials. FTP, name this proponent of structuralism, author of The Savage Mind and The Raw and the Cooked.
Answer: Claude Levi-Strauss
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In Christian art, this animal is emblematic of St. John the Evangelist, because, like it, he looked on "the sun of glory." When Charlemagne was made leader of the Holy Roman Empire, he joined the German one with the Roman one to create an emblem that would be used by both the Holy Roman and the Austrian Empires. In Psalm 103, the phrase "Thy youth is renewed like [that of this creature]" refers to the idea of it molting its feathers, though its more common association with strength and swiftness has made it a symbol on the flags of Moldova, Albania, and Mexico. FTP, what is this winged animal, whose bald variety is the national bird of the United States?
Answer: eagle
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Soon after this event which left nearly 250 people dead, President Grant sent in General Phillip Sheridan with 6 companies of federal troops to help instill martial law to quell the frenzy of crime and chaos that had erupted in its wake, partly catalyzed by tavern owners rolling barrels of whiskey into the streets to discourage looting. When rain finally came the following day, the only building still standing was the city's Water Tower, while the Tribune Building, Palmer Hotel, and Marshall Field's Department Store had burned completely to the ground. FTP, what was the 1871 disaster in a Midwestern city purportedly started by a lantern knocked over by Mrs. O'Leary's clumsy cow?
Answer: Great Chicago Fire
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As dinner is ending in this play, the family's lights go out as the month's electric bill had been foolishly spent to enroll the adventure-seeking narrator in the merchant marines. Invited to dinner was a friend of the narrator, who also had been a childhood crush of the narrator's younger sister. She reminds the guest of the nickname he had once given her, "Blue Roses," an accidental corruption of the girl's medical condition, pleurosis. When the two dance in Scene Seven, that guest, Jim O'Connor, accidentally breaks the horn off of a crystalline unicorn, Amanda's favorite animal. FTP, name this play narrated by Tom Wingfield, a work by Tennessee Williams.
Answer: The Glass Menagerie
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The first U.S. Naval vessel of this name was a captured British sloop. The third ship of this name took part in the first battle of the First Barbary War. The sixth ship of this name was a Yorktown class aircraft carrier which was the most decorated ship of World War II. The current ship of this name was launched in 1960 and was the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier. FTP, give this common name.
Answer: U.S.S. Enterprise
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While archaeological evidence supports its existence for over two thousand years, it wasn't until 1928 that a mechanical process for creating it first emerged. That process is credited to Otto F. Rohwedder who had originally used metal pins to fasten his product together, but later opted to wrap it in an effort to improve freshness?a practice still used today. As a result, Rohwedder increased the sales of the Chillicothe Baking Company by 2000 percent in two weeks, much to the delight of many sandwich eaters. FTP, identify this edible invention, often set as the standard of comparison for innovative greatness.
Answer: sliced bread (accept reasonable equivalents)
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Answer: 23. The first volume of his autobiography A Better Class of Person was published in 1981, followed ten years later by Almost a Gentleman. The influence of Brecht is evident in his plays such as Inadmissible Evidence and The Entertainer, the former featuring a protagonist similar to his character Jimmy Porter. FTP, name this "Angry Young Man," the author of Look Back in Anger. John Osborne
 
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Identify the following concerning a Baroque composer, FTPE:,
[10] A strong proponent of the organ tradition, he wrote more than a hundred fugues, divided into free fugues, and 90 Magnificat Fugues, as well as composing Chaconne in F minor and his best known work.
Answer: Johann Pachebel
[10] Pachebel's best known work, this is also his only work of that variety, and is somewhat unlike the rest of his work.
Answer: Canon in D
[10] From the Italian for "to touch" this piece of classical music, for which Pachabel is also known for composing, is meant to demonstrate the dexterity of the performer on a keyboard instrument.
Answer: Toccata
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FTPE, identify these characters from The Princess Bride.,
[10] This whiny and ineffective heroine is in true love with Westley, but when he is lost at sea, she ends up engaged to Prince Humperdinck. The film's plot begins when a hunchback, a Spaniard and a giant kidnap her.
Answer: Buttercup
[10] This Spaniard is the son of a swordsmith who was murdered by a six-fingered man. His goal in life is to tell that man "You killed my father. Prepare to die." After he gets out of the revenge business, he takes Westley's place as the new Dread Pirate Roberts.
Answer: Inigo Montoya (prompt on either part alone)
[10] This is the character who says "Inconceivable!" A hunchback from Sicily, he is the mastermind behind the plot to kidnap Buttercup and considers Plato and Aristotle to be morons compared to him, but his overconfidence results in his death from poisoning.
Answer: Vezzini
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In chemistry, this property is exhibited by an alcohol's alkyl group, yet is counteracted by the hydroxyl group. FTPE:,
[10] What is this property of a molecule to be repelled by water?
Answer: hydrophobia
[10] Hydrophobia is exhibited in mostly all non-polar molecules, which also includes this class of organic compounds whose members include butane, propane, and hexane.
Answer: alkanes
[10] Hydrophobia is another name for this disease in which sufferers become extremely thirsty but experience spasms of the larynx whenever water is presented. In animals, it can take two forms, either furious or paralytic, and is characterized by a foaming at the mouth.
Answer: rabies
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Identify the following countries from Shakespeare's Hamlet that are not Denmark, FTPE:,
[10] Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are headed to this country where a forged note contains the orders for their execution.
Answer: England
[10] The Scandinavian prince Fortrinbras hails from this country at war with the Danes during the events of Hamlet.
Answer: Norway
[10] Polonius sends a spy to observe his son, Laertes, whose been living in this country before making a fateful return to Denmark.
Answer: France
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Answer the following about the possibilities following supernovas, FTPE:,
[10] Cygnus-X1 is believed to be an example of one of these bodies that can be described by the no-hair theorem. They are defined as any object smaller than its Schwarzschild radius.
Answer: black hole
[10] Along with black holes, the scientific project LIGO is currently trying to detect gravitational waves emitted by these super-dense bodies that have incredible mass but a radius of just 10 kilometers on average.
Answer: neutron stars
[10] These rotating neutron stars emit detectable radio waves. When the first was discovered it was dubbed LGM-1 because the discoverers thought they may have made contact with extraterrestrials.
Answer: pulsar
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FTPE, name these people who died in unusual ways.,
[10] This Dutch astronomer's measurements of the orbit of Mars helped Kepler to formulate his laws of planetary motion. He is said to have died of a burst bladder after a banquet, because etiquette forbade him to rise from the dinner table before his host did.
Answer: Tycho Brahe (accept either)
[10] This Baroque musician, the court composer to Louis XIV, is sometimes considered the founder of French opera. While conducting, he struck himself on the toe with the staff he was using to beat time, causing an abscess which turned gangrenous and killed him.
Answer: Jean-Baptiste Lully
[10] In 1920, this Cleveland Indians shortstop became the only on-field fatality in the history of major league baseball when he was hit in the head by a pitch. His death led to the outlawing of the spitball and to Carl Mays's exclusion from the Hall of Fame.
Answer: Ray Chapman
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Given a figure from Norse myth, identify the realm where he or she resides, FTPE:,
[10] Odin, chief deity of the Norse pantheon.
Answer: Asgard
[10] Surtr, the fire giant who will slay Frey at Ragnarok.
Answer: Muspelheim
[10] Thrym, a frost giant who once coveted Freya before having his skull bashed in by Thor.
Answer: Jotunheim
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It was famously commemorated in a painting by Norwegian artist Peter Arbo. FTPE:,
[10] What was this English victory for Harold Godwinson that came just five days after the Battle of Fulford where Godwinson's brother had defeated Edwin of Mercia?
Answer: Battle of Stamford Bridge
[10] Along with his ally, Harald Hardraade, this Northumbrian earl and victor at Fulford fell at Stamford Bridge in a failed attempt to seize the throne from his brother.
Answer: Tostig Godwinson
[10] Depicted by the Bayeaux Tapestry, this 1066 battle happened a few weeks after Stamford Bridge. In it, Harold Godwinson met his demise, which may or may not have been by an arrow to the eye.
Answer: Battle of Hastings
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FTPE, name the following sports:,
[10] This physical sport is the most popular in New Zealand, whose national team, currently the best in the world, is known as the All-Blacks due to the color of their uniforms and always performs a menacing Maori challenge ritual called the haka before matches.
Answer: Rugby Union
[10] Like rugby, this Irish sport played with 70-100 cm sticks allows 15 players on each team.
Answer: Hurling
[10] Officially sanctioned by FIFA, this sport played by 5 person teams is essentially an indoor version of soccer.
Answer: Futsal
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Identify these doctrines from U.S. history FTPE.,
[10] This doctrine empowered the president to extend economic and military aid to the nations of the Middle East, provided that they desired it and were threatened by aggression from a Communist-controlled country.
Answer: Eisenhower Doctrine
[10] Americans talked of invoking this doctrine before the Russians set up a base in Cuba. Khrushchev proclaimed that this doctrine is dead and indicated he would shower missiles upon the US if it attacked his friend Fidel Castro.
Answer: Monroe Doctrine
[10] In 1947, the president went before Congress and requested $400 million to help out Greece and Turkey. This would come to be known as the initial part of this doctrine.
Answer: Truman Doctrine
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Suffering a devastating defeat at the Battle of Manzikert, the Byzantine Empire would fall into a long period of decline. FTPE, answer the following questions about the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople:,
[10] Succeeding Murad II as Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, he promised his troops 3 days of looting throughout the city. He is responsible for the successful siege of Constantinople.
Answer: Mehmed II
[10] Said to have thrown off his purple regalia and charged to his death in a final defense against the Ottoman invaders, he was the final emperor of the Byzantine Empire.
Answer: Constantine IX
[10] One legend surrounding it states that two priests disappeared into its walls and would that they would not return until Constantinople returned to Christian hands. Built by Justinian I, it would be turned into a mosque and now resides as a museum.
Answer: Hagia Sophia
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Answer the following questions about the Statue of Liberty, FTPE:,
[10] This sonnet, written by Emma Lazarus in 1883, was engraved on a bronze plaque and mounted to the inside of the statue in 1903. It contains the immortal line, "I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
Answer: "The New Colossus"
[10] The poem's title and first few lines allude to this storied Wonder of the Ancient World.
Answer: Colossus of Rhodes
[10] The Colossus of Rhodes, after standing for only fifty-six years, is said to have collapsed due to this type of natural disaster.
Answer: Earthquake
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Consider two parallel lines that are intersected by a transversal. FTPE:,
[10] What is the relationship between the alternate interior angles?
Answer: Congruent or equal
[10] What is the relationship between the consecutive interior angles?
Answer: Supplementary
[10] What is the relationship between the corresponding angles?
Answer: Congruent or equal
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Given an election year, provide the major Democratic presidential candidate, on a 5-5-10-10 basis:,
[5] 1976
Answer: Jimmy Carter
[5] 1960
Answer: John Kennedy or JFK
[10] 1840
Answer: Martin Van Buren
[10] 1928
Answer: Alfred Smith
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Casino Royale is not only the twenty-first James Bond film, but the sixth film to introduce a new actor playing the suave British agent. For five points per answer and a bonus five for all correct, name the remaining five films which introduced moviegoers to a new actor playing 007:,
[30] Name them.
Answer: Dr. No, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Live and Let Die,
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It was described in detail in Einstein's 1905 paper on the photoelectric effect. FTPE:,
[10] What is this fundamental particle that makes up all forms of light?
Answer: photon
[10] Having a neutral charge, the photon is also a gauge boson with this value of spin.
Answer: one
[10] In a Minkowski diagram, a photon traces a straight line with an angle of this value with respect to the X-axis.
Answer: 45 degrees
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He once said, "Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy." FTPE:,
[10] Identify this author whose best known work was originally to be titled Trimalchio in West Egg.
Answer: F. Scott Fitzgerald
[10] In Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby was a drop out of this Minnesota school where he had worked for two weeks as a janitor.
Answer: St. Olaf College
[10] A girl from Wisconsin visits her cousin Marjorie who gives her a social makeover in this Fitzgerald short story.
Answer: Bernice Bobs Her Hair
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He is said to have appeared before Joseph Smith to inform him that he had been chosen to restore God's church on earth. FTPE:,
[10] Who is this angel whose visit with Smith led to the birth of Mormonism?
Answer: Moroni
[10] Moroni brought news of these buried artifacts in a nearby hill, whose recorded wisdom was used to write the Book of Mormon.
Answer: Golden Plates
[10] This is the term for the collective group of Oliver Cowdery, Martin Harris, and David Whitmer, who each signed a statement in 1830 proclaiming that an angel had shown them the Golden Plates.
Answer: Three Witnesses
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Identify the following novels from their opening lines, none of which were responses given by Jeremy Rasmussen on his debut appearance on Jeopardy!, FTPE:,
[10] "The great fish moved silently through the night water…"
Answer: Jaws
[10] "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen."
Answer: 1984
[10] "It was love at first sight. The first time Yossarian saw the chaplain he fell madly in love with him."
Answer: Catch-22

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