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Let's start a "Quiz Of The Day".

No prizes - just the knowledge that you are terribly smart!

Post your answers over the next 24 hours or so.

Try not to use Google.

I'll then post the answer.

#1 In what sports do you win going backwards?

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Swimming backstroke

Rowing

High jump & pole vault
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Tug of war

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Darts

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ALL OF THE ABOVE!
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Well done to all!

What about abseiling.

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#2 What is the etymology of Arctic and thus Antarctic?

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It's all about bears. From Latin (I think).

Arctic is where the bears are.

Antarctic is the opposite - anti-bears, or where the bears aren't.

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I think it comes from Greek, but not sure of the etymological meanings without looking them up.
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we have a local Wild life park with a polar bear called "Arktos"
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I think it has something to do with the bears in astronomy rather than the furry guys:
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic

The word Arctic comes from the Greek word ἀρκτικός (arktikos), "near the Bear, northern" and that from the word ἄρκτος (arktos), meaning bear. The name refers either to the constellation Ursa Major, the "Great Bear", which is prominent in the northern portion of the celestial sphere, or to the constellation Ursa Minor, the "Little Bear", which contains Polaris, the Pole star, also known as the North Star.

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#3 According to the BBC, how many rooms are there in Buckingham Palace?

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Buckingham Palace now boasts 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms and 78 bathrooms. The palace - like Windsor Castle - does not belong to the Queen, but is instead held by the monarch as sovereign.Jun 24, 2015

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#4 As at 2009, what is the last Best Picture Oscar winning film to also win Best Actor and Best Actress Oscars?

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"Silence Of The Lambs"

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That was a hard one Bazza. I thought Norm would get that one.

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The Silence of the Lambs was released on February 14, 1991, and grossed $272.7 million worldwide against its $19 million budget.

It was only the third film, the other two being It Happened One Night and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, to win Academy Awards in all the top five categories: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, and Adapted Screenplay.

It is also the first (and so far only) Best Picture winner widely considered to be a horror film, and only the third such film to be nominated in the category, after The Exorcist in 1973 and Jaws in 1975.

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#5 Which King of England was crowned on Christmas Day?

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Hello everyone, I like this game. Thank you bazza.

Answer: William I, the Conqueror. Crowned King at Westminster Abbey, Christmas Day 1066.

But before there was another king crowned the same day.
In 1013, England fell under the control of Svend "Forkbeard", a Danish king, after an invasion, during which Ethelred left the throne and went into exile in Normandy. He was crowned on December 25, but he was only until February 2, 1014, who died.
After the death of Svend, Ethelred returned from exile and was again proclaimed king.

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Excellent luzazul!

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#6 What is sciophobia the fear of?

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Is the fear of shadows.
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Common in horses, right Big Saint.
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Ubobo.R.O. wrote:Common in horses, right Big Saint.
I think some of them had a few more fears than that. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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luzazul wrote:Is the fear of shadows.
Correct luzazul.

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#7 Which three letters did SOS replace as a Morse mayday signal?

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bazza4338 wrote:#7 Which three letters did SOS replace as a Morse mayday signal?
As I was married on May 1st (May Day) & it ended up in distress, the letters must be I DO. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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CQD? Recall something from Titanic.

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No idea, but May Day is actually m'aidez, pronounced exactly the same and French for help me!
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By 1904 there were many Trans-Atlantic British ships equipped with wireless. The wireless operators came from the ranks of railroad and postal telegraphers. In England a general call on the landline wire was a "CQ." "CQ" preceded time signals and special notices. "CQ" was generally adopted by telegraph and cable stations all over the world. By using "CQ," each station receives a message from a single transmission and an economy of time and labor was realized. Naturally, "CQ" went with the operators to sea and was likewise used for a general call. This sign for "all stations" was adopted soon after wireless came into being by both ships and shore stations.

At the first international congress of wireless telegraphy in 1903, the Italians recommended the use of "SSSDDD" to signal an emergency. "D" had previously been used internationally as the signal for an urgent message. The origin of "S" is not known, but it may have come from the first letter of the word ship, indicating a ship in distress. The sending of "SSSDDD" would signal all other stations to stop sending and leave the channel open for emergency traffic. Though discussed, it was not adopted. Deciding on a distress signal was put on the agenda for the next meeting in 1906. "DDD" would later be adopted for the silent signal, indicating all stations must cease sending.

In 1904, the Marconi company filled the gap by suggesting the use of "CQD" for a distress signal. It was established on February 1 of that year by Marconi Company's circular No. 57. Although generally accepted to mean, "Come Quick Danger," that is not the case. It is a general call, "CQ," followed by "D," meaning distress. A strict interpretation would be "All stations, Distress." In the U.S. Senate hearings following the Titanic disaster, interrogator Senator William Smith asked Harold Bride, the surviving wireless operator, "Is CQD in itself composed of the first letter of three words, or merely a code?" Bride responded, "Merely a code call sir." Marconi also testified, "It [CQD] is a conventional signal which was introduced originally by my company to express a state of danger or peril of a ship that sends it."

At the second Berlin Radiotelegraphic Conference of 1906, the subject of a distress signal was again addressed. The distress signal chosen was "SOS." (The American distress signal "NC" for "Call for help without delay" was not adopted, although it remains as the international flag symbol for distress to this day.) Popular accounts portray the adoption of "SOS" as being derived from "SOE," which the Germans had used as a general inquiry call. These accounts suggest there was objection because the final letter of "SOE" was a single dot, hard to copy in adverse conditions. The letter "S" was substituted accounts say, for three dots, three dashes and three dots could not be misinterpreted.

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#8 What does digamy mean?

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bazza4338 wrote:#8 What does digamy mean?
Never heard of it. But di/dy as in dyarchy means two. In ancient Greece Sparta was adyarchy as it had two kings who ruled at same time. So digamy is probably similar to bigamy, so having a second wife/marriage. :D
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BigSaint wrote:So digamy is probably similar to bigamy, so having a second wife/marriage. :D
I understand it to mean having a second marriage, but NOT in a bigamous sense.

So a second marriage following divorce / death of a spouse. :idea:

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What does digamy mean?

A second legal marriage after the death or divorce of the first husband or wife.

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#9 What does the word `pop` refer to in Pop Goes The Weasel?

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leave with a pawnbroker for a few pence to be redeemed on payday.

I understood the weasel was part of a handloom weaver's tools. pawned when the week's money ran out.
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Half a pound of tuppenny rice,
Half a pound of treacle.
That’s the way the money goes,
Pop! goes the weasel

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#10 What is the only bone in the human body that is not attached to any other bone?

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The Patella (knee cap)?
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I think it is the hyoid bone in the neck.

As follower of forensic pathology will know from TV murder dramas, fracture of the hyoid is an indicator of death by strangulation :(
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The hyoid bone (lingual bone or tongue-bone) is a horseshoe-shaped bone situated in the anterior midline of the neck between the chin and the thyroid cartilage. At rest, it lies at the level of the base of the mandible in the front and the third cervical vertebra (C3) behind.

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#11 Who were the first two teams to compete in an international cricket match?

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Correct.

The first ever international cricket game was between the USA and Canada in 1844. The match was played at the grounds of the St George's Cricket Club in New York.

In 1859, a team of leading English professionals set off to North America on the first-ever overseas tour and, in 1862, the first English team toured Australia. Between May and October 1868, a team of Australian Aborigines toured England in what was the first Australian cricket team to travel overseas.

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#12 Which two countries are double-landlocked (i.e. surrounded only by other landlocked countries)?

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Liechtenstein‎ is landlocked by the landlocked countries of Austria & Switzerland but I can't say that I can think of a second country. :)
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Uzbekistan, can it be one?
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