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Old 02-06-2013, 03:07 PM   #1
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trivia 2/6

trivia 2/6
Iceland enforces a TV-free day every Tuesday to encourage family interaction.

1. What was the title of the last movie in the "Jaws" series?
2. Besides the British Isles, only two nations drive on the left side of the road; name
(Hint; Both are islands)
3. How many "Brothers Karamazov" were there (including the illegitimate half-brother)?
4. In the Bible, who described himself as "a brother to dragons, and a companion to
5. What is the meaning of the word "Wuthering" in the book title, "Wuthering Heights"?
6. What color are the mortarboard tassels worn by those receiving doctorates in
economics at graduate school commencements?
7. Who was the first recording artist to refuse a Grammy award?
8. What is the minimum tilt (in degrees) necessary for a bowling pin to fall?
Howard Hughes's enormous airplane, the Spruce Goose, was largely composed of birch.
2. MALTA-Cyprus
4. job (Job 30:29)
5. Blustery and turbulent; fierce, NOISY winds
6. copper
8. 7 1/2 degrees
Birch was the main wood used because of it's light weight, strength, and resistance to
splitting and rot. A small amount of spruce was used, along with maple, poplar, and

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