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"G" is for Geography!

No, this isn't the latest in the detective alphabet series novels. Sorry, all you Sue Grafton fans. This quiz will be about the world we live in and all answers will begin with the letter "G". For the next 10 questions, the world and everything in it, will be all yours. As always, good luck!
 
10 Questions, Average difficulty
Played 104 times
Rating - (5.00 of 5.00), 3 vote(s)
Written by Jeopardybound
Posted Online: Dec 21, 2013
Last Modified: Never


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In true Jeopardy! fashion, this quiz will require two responses that combine to form the correct answer, hence the before and after. Here is an example to illustrate what I am looking for: What is the long running TV sitcom of the 1950s/60s that depicts the real life Nelson family who used the Underground Railroad extensively to rescue over seventy slaves from the South? The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Tubman (Don't worry, unlike on the real game show, I won't make you answer in the form of a question!)

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Potent Potables II

My fellow connoisseurs of alcoholic beverages, this quiz is for you! So go grab a cold one, sit back, and prepare to see if you have enough brain cells left to pass this little test.

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First Name's The Same

In true Jeopardy! fashion, this quiz is based on one of their most popular categories. I will list three different surnames of famous people and you will have to provide their common first name. For example, if I say "Madison, Brown, & Franco", you give me the first name of "James". Don't worry, I won't make you phrase the answer in the form of a question. Let's begin!

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Potpourri VIII

After creating a few quizzes on defined subjects, my scatterbrain naturally wants to gravitate back toward making a Potpourri Quiz. So without further ado, here is that hodge-podge quiz covering anything and everything. As always, my fellow trivia zealots, good luck!

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Before & After III

For my fellow Jeopardy! followers, I've decided to do another installment of the show's famous Before & After category. For those not in the know, here is an example of how it works: Question - "What 1999 Will Smith film adapted from the 60's TV series is set in this part of the White House Complex where the Oval Office is located? Answer - Wild Wild West Wing. Wild Wild West is the Before & West Wing is the After. The two answers share a word and become one answer. Don't worry about phrasing your answer in the form of a question. We'll save that malarkey for the real thing! Enjoy and good luck!

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Common Bonds

For those who have played my previous quizzes, you should know that I love Jeopardy! and like to use their categories as the basis for my quizzes. This quiz is based off one of their frequently recurring categories and will test your ability to link certain terms. I will list three things and you will have to determine what they have in common. For example, if I give you "La-Z-Boy, ottoman, & chesterfield", you tell me that they are all types of furniture (or just "furniture" for short). Make sense? No, okay here's another example of what direction these questions can take. If I give you, "bulb, year, & my fire", you give me the common bond of "light". With "light", bulb becomes light bulb (a component that uses electricity to produce light), year becomes light year (an astronomical unit of length), & my fire becomes light my fire (a song by The Doors). Good luck and have some fun!

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