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Three-letter Tag

written by: Tomatoman
 
This is a general trivia quiz in which the last three letters of one answer are the first three letters of the next answer and so on... pass it on!

Question 1:

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What is the term for a word, phrase or series of numbers that reads the same whether read forward or backward?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 2:


What is the name for a portent foretelling the future?


Question 3:


"_______ à trois" is a French term for a relationship between three people, usually a married couple and one other. What is the first word of the phrase?


Question 4:


This French term is used to describe somebody planted within an organization to cause troubles and tensions in an attempt to disrupt the organisation from within. This is also the name of a British lingerie brand.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


In terms of geographical area, what is the world's second smallest continent?


Question 6:


What was the name of the popular children's electrical game in which players were required to remove parts of a patient's body with as steady a hand as they could manage?


Question 7:


What is the name given to the uppermost part of the Earth's atmosphere which is responsible for allowing radio signal propagation across vast distances?


Question 8:


In Greek mythology this character was the son of Chaos, a primordial God. He embodied the darkness and shadows that were present in the world.


Question 9:


This person was an American silent movie comic actor and director. He became known as "The Great Stone Face" because of the deadpan expression he wore.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 10:


This American musician, actress and choreographer had a big international hit in 1982 with a version of a song originally called "Kitty", which had previously been recorded by UK band Racey in 1979. She wore her High School cheerleader uniform in the video, which was extremely popular on MTV.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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