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2008 Zot Bowl Tossups by Round9 House 1
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Two members of this group, William Hushka and Eric Carlson, were killed in a confrontation with the 12th Infantry and 3rd Calvary, while its second action the following year was more peaceful. Organized in support of the Putnam Bill, this group was led by Walter W. Waters, while retired general Smedley Butler was its most prominent supporter. Following the Senate's rejection of the Putnam Bill, Douglas MacArthur led a military campaign to clear this group from its campground in the Anacostia Flats. For 10 points, name this group of World War I veterans who marched on Washington in 1932 to demand early payment of after service compensation.
Answer: Bonus Army [accept Bonus Expeditionary Force]
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The title character is compared to a ``suit with no man in it'' and sings with the ``color of damp violets'' in his poem ``Nothing but Death''. He places a curse on ``those who with an ax and serpent/came to [his motherland's] earthly arena'' in a poem that appears in his collection Spain in Our Hearts. Better known for writing a series of odes to everyday objects such as wine, a large tuna in the market, and his socks, he cries ``It is the hour of departure, oh deserted one!'' in a poem paired with Twenty Love Poems. For 10 points, name this Chilean author of the poem ``Heights of Machu Picchu'' and the Canto General.
Answer: Pablo Neruda [accept Ricardo Eliecer Neftali Reyes Basoalto]
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The ostinato of the second movement is a faster version of the opening theme in this composer's String Quartet in G Minor. Dante Gabriel Rosetti's ``The Blessed Damozel'' forms the basis for his La Damoiselle Elue. The solo instrument imitates a guitar through pizzicato in the second movement of his Sonata for Cello and Piano, which was dedicated to his daughter Claude-Emma, to whom he also dedicated the ballet The Box of Toys and the song cycle Children's Corner. Best known for a passage in his Suite bergamesque, for 10 points, name this French composer of La Mer and ``Claire de Lune''.
Answer: Claude(-Achile) Debussy [accept early String Quartet in G Minor]
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The Golden Bough notes that ``at Braunrode, in the Harz Mountains'', these creatures were customarily burned in the Easter bonfire. In the Kalevala, a white one born of a virgin is charged with retrieving beer-making items from the ``woods of watchful Tapio''. In India, the stripes on their backs are considered to be the mark of Rama's fingers. Another of these creatures carries insults between Vedrfolnir and Nidhogg while running up and down Yggdrasil. For 10 points, identify this rodent whose most mythologically well-known member may be Ratatosk.
Answer: squirrels
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COPII vesicles form when Sec12 attaches this molecule to Sar1. Initiation factors eIF2 and eIF5 are inactive while this molecule is bound to it, while it spontaneously binds to the active form of Ras, which slowly hydrolyzes this molecule to return to an inactive form. In the Krebs Cycle, one molecule of it results from the hydrolysis of succinyl CoA. For 10 points, name this molecule that consists of three phosphate groups and a purine nucleoside that is not adenosine, often hydrolyzed by the alpha domain of G proteins.
Answer: GTP or guanosine triphosphate
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This politician resigned from the Lok Sabha following the "Office of Profit" controversy, but was re-elected from the constituency of Rae Bareilly, while this leader's son represents the nearby constituency of Amethi. In 2004, her alliance defeated the BJP-led alliance, which led to questions whether her foreign-born status would disqualify her from Prime Minister; she resolved those questions by nominating Manhoman Singh as PM. For 10 points, name this former wife of Rajiv and daughter-in-law of Indira who is the current leader of the Indian National Congress.
Answer: Sonia Gandhi
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Beginning in the Bayan Har Mountains, in 1960,itsfirst dam, Sanmenxia, was constructed. Siltation caused by this river's flow through the Loess [``Less''] Plateau reduced the dam's effectiveness. Ending in the BohaiSea, the lower course of this river has nearly dried out due to increasing water demand. The flattopography and dense population on its lower course has caused devastating and deadly floods, earning the nickname "the Sorrow"; however, it has also aided the development of cities such as Jinan and Wuhai. For 10 points, name this major river of North China with a colorful name.
Answer: Yellow River [or Huang He]
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Events preceding its establishment included a coup led by the "December Boys", a group of six officers led by Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi. Six months later, a pogrom against a major ethnic group began in the north resulting in a major exodus to the Southeast of its predecessor country and a declaration of independence. During its existence, it was recognized by few countries, but Portugal and Israel contributed economic and military aid. Enugu and Owerri were two capitals in this country led by President Ojukwu. For 10 points, name this short-lived secessionist state in Nigeria, whose creation resulted in a bloody civil war from 1967-1970.
Answer: Republic of Biafra
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Richard Lindzen first described the Quasi-Billenial Oscillation here. Dobson units are used to measure the concentration of a key compound in this layer whose lower boundary is marked by a temperature inversion from a lower level. Aerosols in this layer of the Earth's atmosphere can cool climate due to their long atmospheric lifetime here. Exchange with its lower neighbor occurs through Rossby wave propagation in polar regions, but this region lacks the high energy particles found in higher regions. For 10 points, name this layer of the atmosphere between 100 and 10 millibars of pressure which can be found directly above the troposphere and which contains the ozone layer.
Answer: stratosphere
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One character created by this author notes that he has ``refused twelve women, nine have refused [him]'', and he hasn't been in love in five years. Another character, born Sarah Abramson, dies of tuberculosis, but her husband is accused of murdering her anyway. In addition to the title character of The Bear and the wife of the titular Ivanov, this author also created the army officers Tuzenbakh and Vershinin in a play about Olga, Masha, and Irina. For 10 points, name this author of Three Sisters who also created Boris Trigorin and Konstantin Treplyov in The Seagull.
Answer: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
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One man with this last name argued that criminals commit crimes because they are badly educated in Prisons and Prison Discipline, and his Essay on Government was famously attacked by T.B. Macauley. His son argued that only with proper names is meaning carried by the denotation and developed the deductive-nomological model of explanation in his System of Logic. As a Member of Parliament that man introduced a failed amendment for women's suffrage, not surprising for the author of On the Subjection of Women. For 10 points, give the last name of the Scottish philosopher James and his more famous son, the author of Utilitarianism and On Liberty.
Answer: Mill (James or John Stuart, as you will)
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In a role as this man's daughter, Keira Knightly is followed by a man named Froderick and disguises herself as a man named Wilfred. In the Myth-Adventures of Aahz and Skeeve, this man owns a sporting goods store; in another comedic appearance, his associates include a blind man named Blinkin. Disney represents him as a fox, and he bizarrely assumes a French accent during a song-and-dance that immediately precedes him getting his butt kicked by Princess Fiona during a purported rescue attempt. For 10 points, name this ``Prince of Thieves'', a mythical archer who includes Will Scarlet and Friar Tuck in his band of Merry Men.
Answer: Robin Hood [accept Robin of Locksley]
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The allyl ester of a carboxylic acid is used instead of an allyl vinyl ether in the Ireland modification of this man's namesake [3,3]-sigmatropic rearrangement. One form of another reaction named after this man has high yield only if one of the reactants has no alpha hydrogen, that being the ``crossed'' version, and another form of that reaction competes with cleavage via ring scission and is named after Dieckmann. That reaction produces a beta-ketoester from two esters in basic solution. For 10 points, name this German with a namesake condensation reaction.
Answer: (Rainer) Ludwig Claisen [accept early Claisen rearrangement; be nice and accept later Claisen condensation]
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He pokes holes in the stories of Jim Lane and Lem Beebe while uncovering the mystery of a twelve-thousand-dollar diamond heist during his time as a Detective. He proudly calls himself an ``Erro-nort'' and writes his aunt from ``Mount Sinai where the Ark was'', although the author attributes this error to his friend, in a work which features him ``Abroad''. He accidentally claims to have once been engaged to Amy Lawrence while attempting to woo Becky Thatcher, and he poses as his brother Sid while helping the slave Jim escape. For 10 points, identify this recurring character in Mark Twain works, a crafty friend of Huck Finn.
Answer: Tom Sawyer [accept either]
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Maurice Merleau-Ponty wrote an essay about this man's "doubt". This man's portraits include one of Hortense Fiquet in a Striped Skirt, while landscapes like Turning Road at Montgerault can be classified as proto-Cubism. While working with Pissarro, he briefly flirted with the techniques of the impressionists, but eventually turned away from their limited color palette and adopted the darker color-scheme evident in works like Three Bathers. More associated with still lifes with fruit, this is, for 10 points, what French post-impressionist, who painted over sixty views of Mont Saint-Victoire?
Answer: Paul Cezanne
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Chapters such as ``The Doll in the Drawer'' and ```I Want to Divorce You''' appear in the posthumously published memoirs of this man's first wife, the former Alexandra Voronine. On November 22, 1929 he was made an honorary Commander of the British Empire. In 1940 this proponent of Universism had that title stripped from him, and Joseph Terboven overthrew this man's five-day-old coup. Along with Albert Hagelin and Ragnar Skancke, this head of the Nasjonal Samling party was executed for treason in 1945. For 10 points, name this Norwegian Nazi sympathizer whose name is now synonymous with traitor.
Answer: Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonsson Quisling
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The real part of the Clausius-Mossoti factor determines the direction of the force exerted by this. The Wannier-Stark problem involves exactly solving the Schrodinger equation for a single electron in a crystal subjected to a constant, external one of these. By Faraday's Law of Induction, the partial time derivative of the magnetic field is equal to the curl of this. Nonuniform ones can induce dielectrophoresis, and the integral of it with respect to distance is electrical potential. For 10 points, name this field that surrounds point charges, denoted E.
Answer: electric field [prompt on ``E'']
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He fakes the ability to prophesize when he tells a group of priests that the next day, eight thousand men will go to war, having previously overheard a conversation at Umballa. He is sent by Creighton to St. Xavier's after the former sees him get beaten up by a drummer. Minor characters who help him include Arthur Bennett, who discovers his true identity, and Mr. Lurgan, who teaches him the art of make-up and disguise. He saves the life of the horse trader Mahbub Ali, and delivers valuable letters to Hurree Chunder Mookerjee, thus contributing to the Great Game. For 10 points, name this title orphan of a Rudyard Kipling novel.
Answer: Kim [accept Kimball O'Hara]
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He responded to symposium papers by Bartlett and Smith, Thommson, Pear, and Robinson with the paper, ``Is thinking merely the action of language mechanisms?'' He used the hypothetical example of a ``neurasthenic dog'' in a paper that took Adolf Meyer's theory of mental illness to an extreme. However, he may be best known for an experiment that used blocks as a control and made a kid cry upon being forced to touch a Santa Claus mask. For 10 points, identify this psychologist, who in that experiment conditioned fear of a white rat in Little Albert.
Answer: John B(roadus) Watson
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This event prompted the resignation of Reverend John Campbell as Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church. One of the people at the center of this event was later named governor of the Florida Territory, while another saw his nomination for Ambassador to Great Britain rejected. Emily Donelson was removed as White House hostess due to it, and only William Berry remained in the Cabinet at the conclusion of this event. It was set in motion when John Timberlake committed suicide. For 10 points, name this problem of the Jackson presidency in which the wives of the other Cabinet officials, led by Floride Calhoun, refused to have anything to do with the Secretary of War's wife.
Answer: Petticoat Affair [accept Peggy Eaton Affair; accept Eaton Malaria]
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An alternate story of his birth claims that he was the son of Zeus, disguised as a snake, and Persephone. Among his epithets were Omadios, the ``eater of raw flesh'', and in thanks for the good treatment of Silenus, this god granted a king's request to have anything he touched turn to gold. When Pentheus refused to worship this god, he was torn to pieces by a group of this god's followers known as maenads. Hestia gave up her seat on Olympus to this son of Semele, the only son of a mortal to occupy such a seat. For 10 points, name this Greek god of wine.
Answer: Dionysus
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Name these dudes involved in the turbulent year of 1917 in Russia for 10 points each.,
[10] On March 12, 1917, amid a massive strike and riots in St. Petersburg, this czar abdicated the throne.
Answer: Nicholas II Romanov
[10] After Lvov resigned in July 1917, this moderate socialist became the leader of the Provisional Government. He was overthrown by Lenin.
Answer: Alexander Kerensky
[10] Kerensky replaced Alexei Brusilov with this man as Commander in Chief of the Russian Army. In September 1917, clashing with Kerensky over several military issues, this man attempted an unsuccessful coup led by Krymov.
Answer: Lavr Kornilov
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Matthew claims he was not present when his cousin Absalom shot Arthur Jarvis, a lie supported by his father John, a carpenter and orator. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this family whose other members include the Reverend Stephen, who comes to Johannesburg to help his sister Gertrude.
Answer: Kumalo
[10] The Kumalo family appears in this Alan Paton novel.
Answer: Cry, the Beloved Country
[10] This is the small rural village in the Natal from which the Kumalos come, and to which Stephen returns at the end of the novel.
Answer: Ndotsheni
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Identify the following sports radio show hosts for 10 points each.,
[10] He dishes out relationship advice as Lance Romance on the L.A. area radio show that this ``captain of the worst team in USC [football] history'' and current host of SpikeTV's Pros vs. Joes co-hosts with Matt ``Money'' Smith.
Answer: Petros Papadakis
[10] Papadakis and Smith are occasional forum guests of this nationally syndicated radio host during a namesake ESPN show that sees this man ``Burning''. He previously hosted Fox Sports Net's The Last Word.
Answer: (James Philip) ``Jim'' Rome
[10] This man co-hosts the Birmingham-area ``Opening Drive'' show with Tony Kurre and Al del Greco, but may be better known for leading Alabama to the 1992 National Championship and marrying country star Sara Evans.
Answer: Jay Barker
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His namesake length gives the scale over which his namesake screening operates in a plasma or electrolyte solutions. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this man who developed a theory of electrolyte activity with Huckel.
Answer: Peter Debye [or Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus Debije]
[10] Onsager improved on the Debye-Huckel theory by including the effects of this random movement exhibited by small particles in suspension. Einstein provided a theoretical explanation of it in terms of atomic theory.
Answer: Brownian motion
[10] Debye improved on Einstein's model of heat capacity, successfully reproducing this temperature dependence near absolute zero.
Answer: T cubed
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Name these California senators of the 1800s for 10 points each.,
[10] This railroad magnate and university founder served as governor of California from 1861 to 1863. He was elected senator in 1885 and held that position until his 1893 death.
Answer: Leland Stanford
[10] One of the first two senators from California was this son-in-law of Thomas Hart Benton and noted explorer, later the first presidential candidate ever run by the Republican Party.
Answer: John Charles Fremont
[10] This was the other original California senator; he may be better known for his 1863 trip to France to persuade Napoleon III to allow Southern slaveowners to colonize Northern Mexico, a plan rejected by Maximilian.
Answer: William McKendree Gwin
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There's something about Freya that just makes those giants crazy. For 10 points each:,
[10] An unnamed frost giant demanded the sun, the moon, and marriage to Freya as payment for building the walls of Asgard. The deal fell through when Loki ran off with the giant's horse and produced this eight-legged steed.
Answer: Sleipnir
[10] While a guest of Odin, a very drunk Hrungnir boasted that he would destroy Valhalla, kill its inhabitants, and take home Freya and this wife of Thor. Then Thor shows up and kills the giant, presumably for hitting on his wife.
Answer: Sif
[10] This king of the giants stole Thor's hammer Mjollnir, and demanded Freya's hand in marriage as ransom. He died due to his inability to tell the difference between Freya and Thor in drag.
Answer: Thrym
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Name some plays by Arthur Miller for 10 points each.,
[10] The Putnams and Nurses are feuding, Abigail is having an affair with John and accuses his wife Elizabeth of being a witch, and somehow in the middle of all this Giles Corey gets pressed to death.
Answer: The Crucible
[10] Steve Deever takes the fall for Joe Keller's manufacture of faulty airplane parts.
Answer: All My Sons
[10] General Felix Barriaux accepts a New York advertising group's bid of seventy-five million dollars for the rights to live broadcast the crucifixion of an unnamed prisoner in this penultimate Miller play.
Answer: Resurrection Blues
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Identify the following sorting methods for 10 points each.,
[10] This fastest known algorithm picks an element a, divides the array into two sub-arrays, the left one containing all elements less than a and the right containing those greater than a, and then repeats on successive sub-arrays.
Answer: quicksort
[10] This inefficient algorithm, big O of N squared, involves comparing two adjacent elements and swapping them if they are out of order. Numerical Recipes cautions us to ``make a point of never finding out!'' what it is.
Answer: bubble sort
[10] With worst run time of order N to the three halves, this method performs straight insertion in several increments. By the time all elements are sorted in the last increment, the elements are close to their true position.
Answer: Shell's Method [prompt on ``diminishing increment sort'']
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The UEFA [U-eh-fah] Euro 2008 championships saw some surprising upsets. For 10 points each:,
[10] This seeded team surprisingly failed to qualify, losing a major home qualifying match to the Croatian side whom may have been inspired by a comically incorrect rendition of the Croatian anthem.
Answer: England [do not accept ``UK,'' ``Britain,'' or anything else]
[10] Croatia advanced to the quarterfinals, where they lost in penalty kicks to this team which scored a thrilling last second equalizer.
Answer: Turkey
[10] In the 119th minute, this Croatian beat Turkish goalkeeper Rustu Recber to the ball and chipped it to Ivan Klasnic for the go-ahead goal, only to see Turkey tie it in injury time. To add insult, he then missed the first penalty kick.
Answer: Luka Modric
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He has trouble taking off one of his boots, which would cause his companion to laugh if he could, and later decides to leave his boots for someone else. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this man who ends up with his own bowler after a wild series of exchanges and miserably fails to imitate a dance called ``The Net''.
Answer: Estragon [accept Gogo]
[10] Estragon and his friend Vladimir spend two days doing nothing in this Samuel Beckett play.
Answer: Waiting for Godot [or En Attendant Godot]
[10] Waiting for Godot may be based on a work of this man in which a character named Godeau never appears. He is better known for a set of short stories compiled as The Human Comedy.
Answer: Honore de Balzac
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In this document, the author claims that he will not omit the Pension List and that he will continue to support the Reform Bill of 1832. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this document issued to a group of electors, that outlined the basic tenets of the soon-to-form Conservative Party.
Answer: Tamworth Manifesto
[10] The Tamworth Manifesto was written by this Prime Minister, who is also notable for his push to create a civilian police force.
Answer: Sir Robert Peel
[10] Due to the Irish Potato Famine, in his second term as Prime Minister Peel led the repeal ofthese unpopular laws governing tariffs on a certain grain.
Answer: Corn Laws
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The thumb has two of them; the other fingers have three each. For 10 points each:,
[10] Identify this set of fourteen finger bones.
Answer: phalanges
[10] These eight wrist bones include the scaphoid, hamate, and trapezium. Nerves and blood vessels enter the hand through a namesake tunnel which can get inflamed from too much typing.
Answer: carpals [or carpal bones]
[10] The olecranon and coronoid processes of this longer of the two forearm bones mark the boundaries of its trochlear notch, which articulates with the humerus.
Answer: ulna
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Before this aria begins, Frasquita and Mercedes reveal that their fortunes will be to marry rich and gallant men, while the title character's fortune is simply death. For 10 points each:,
[10] Given the common nickname of the aria ``En vain pour eviter les reponses ameres'', in which the title character accepts that fate. It is named after the method via which these fortunes are told.
Answer: Card Song
[10] The Card Song, along with a Habanera and the Toreador Song, are notable excerpts from this opera by Georges Bizet.
Answer: Carmen
[10] This dude describes how awesome his job is in the Toreador Song. He also fights with Don Jose over Carmen before inviting everyone to his bullfight in Seville, the site of the opera's final scene.
Answer: Escamillo
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It mirrors a companion piece by opening ``Hence vain deluding joyes/the brood of folly without father bred''. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this ode to Melancholy.
Answer: Il Penseroso
[10] ``Il Penseroso'' and its companion piece, ``L'Allegro'', were written by this author better known for commenting ``On His Blindness''.
Answer: John Milton
[10] The ending of ``Il Penseroso'' mimics response poems to this Christopher Marlowe poem that begins, ``Come live with me and be my love''.
Answer: ``The Passionate Shepherd to his Love''
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In analysis of suspensions, a Zimm plot plots this quantity for various concentrations and angles of incidence. For 10 points each:,
[10] Identify this quantity from optics, the power carried by an electromagnetic wave per unit of area transverse to its direction.
Answer: Intensity
[10] Intensity is the magnitude of this vector, proportional to the cross product of electric and magnetic fields.
Answer: Poynting vector
[10] In analysis of suspensions, the intensity at a given angle of incidence is proportional to the inverse fourth power of this property of the wave, denoted lambda, which can be found by dividing its velocity by its frequency.
Answer: wavelength
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Name the following Platonic dialogues, for 10 points each.,
[10] This dialogue shows Socrates engaging with the titular Sophist, over the value of rhetoric. Socrates eventually gets him to admit that rhetoric is deliberately misleading, and compares rhetors to tyrants.
Answer: Gorgias
[10] The title character is on the way to court to prosecute his own father for criminal neglect. He defends himself on the ground of his knowledge of piety, but Socrates shows him that he doesn't really know what that word means.
Answer: Euthyphro
[10] This dialogue posits that, in the beginning, all humans had two sets of heads, organs, and limbs, before being split apart in order to wander the earth in search of their respective other halves. This is the origin of love.
Answer: Symposium
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This man defeated Egypt's Twenty-Fifth Dynasty and built Ninevah's North Palace. For 10 points each:,
[10] Name this successor of Esarhaddon, an emperor from 669 B.C. to 627 B.C. best known for a library containing more than 20,000 clay tablets written in cuneiform.
Answer: Ashurbanipal
[10] Ashurbanipal was the last notable emperor of this ancient empire centered at Ninevah, whose other rulers included a bunch of Tiglath-Pilesers.
Answer: Assyrian
[10] This brother of Ashurbanipal and ruler of Babylonia joined the Elamites in an unsuccessful revolt that ended with his apparent self-immolation in 648 B.C.
Answer: Shamash-shumukin [accept anything with the consonants in the right place since there's a whole bunch of variations on where dashes go and whether there's extra vowels]

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