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1 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH SAMPLE ROUND 1 1

2 00 1 SOCIAL STUDIES 2

3 00 The fervent patriotism of this man who died in 1919 earned him the nickname The Star Spangled Scotchman? 3

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6 00 Andrew Carnegie or Carnegie 6 Student Staff Undo

7 00 1B BONUS 7

8 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 8 He is often regarded as the second richest man in history after who?

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10 00 John Rockefeller or Rockefeller 10 Undo Bonus

11 00 2 DEAF STUDIES 11

12 00 ? 12

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14 00 ? 14

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16 00 2B BONUS 16

17 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 17 ?

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19 00 Bobbie Beth Scoggins 19 Undo Bonus

20 00 3 SOCIAL STUDIES 20

21 00 What city is home to the Swiss Parliament? 21

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23 00 What city is home to the Swiss Parliament? 23

24 00 Bern or Berne 24 Student Staff Undo

25 00 3B BONUS 25

26 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 26 What is the largest city in Switzerland?

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28 00 Zurich 28 Undo Bonus

29 00 4 MATHEMATICS 29

30 00 How many teaspoons are in one tablespoon? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 30

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32 00 32 How many teaspoons are in one tablespoon?

33 00 33 Student Staff Undo 3

34 00 4B BONUS 34

35 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 35 How many faces on a cube?

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38 00 5 THE ARTS 38

39 00 This 17 th Century Dutch painter Van Rijn is more commonly known by what first name? 39

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41 00 This 17 th Century Dutch painter Van Rijn is more commonly known by what first name? 41

42 00 Rembrandt 42 Student Staff Undo

43 00 5B BONUS 43

44 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 44 During what era did Rembrandt paint the majority of his paintings?

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46 00 Baroque 46 Undo Bonus

47 00 6 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 47

48 00 Arthur Millers The Crucible is set in 1692 in this town? 48

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50 00 Arthur Millers The Crucible is set in 1692 in this town? 50

51 00 Salem 51 Student Staff Undo

52 00 6B BONUS 52

53 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 53 Who is the main female character in this play?

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55 00 Abigail Williams 55 Undo Bonus

56 00 7 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 56

57 00 This murderous barber has a chair that can suddenly drop a victim via trap door into a cellar? 57

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59 00 This murderous barber has a chair that can suddenly drop a victim via trap door into a cellar? 59

60 00 Sweeney Todd or Todd 60 Student Staff Undo

61 00 7B BONUS 61

62 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 62 After Sweeney Todd had killed his customers what did he do with the bodies?

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64 00 Made meat pies 64 Undo Bonus

65 00 8 POPULAR CULTURE, LEISURE, AND SPORTS 65

66 00 If you weighed up to 126 pounds you be what class of boxer? 66

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68 00 If you weighed up to 126 pounds you be what class of boxer? 68

69 00 featherweight 69 Student Staff Undo

70 00 8B BONUS 70

71 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 71 In boxing a TKO stands for what?

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73 00 Technical knockout 73 Undo Bonus

74 00 9 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 74

75 00 This reddish-orange metal was first used around 5000 BC? 75

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77 00 Atomic Number 29, this reddish-orange metal was first used around 5000 BC? 77

78 00 copper 78 Student Staff Undo

79 00 9B BONUS 79

80 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 80 Atomic number 28, one pound of pure this can be drawn into a wire eighty miles long?

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82 00 nickel 82 Undo Bonus

83 00 10 MATHEMATICS 83

84 00 ? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 84

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86 00 86 ?

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88 00 10B BONUS 88

89 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 89 ?

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91 Undo Bonus

92 00 11 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 92

93 00 How many humps does a Bactrian camel have? 93

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95 00 How many humps does a Bactrian camel have? 95

96 Student Staff Undo

97 00 11B BONUS 97

98 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 98 Name one of the two countries where Bactrian camels roam in the wild?

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100 00 China or Mongolia 100 Undo Bonus

101 00 12 POP CULTURE 101

102 00 What web-based movie won 5 awards, the most for one film this year, in January at the Golden Globes? 102

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104 00 What web-based movie won 5 awards, the most for one film this year, in January at the Golden Globes? 104

105 00 The Social Network 105 Student Staff Undo

106 00 12B BONUS 106

107 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090: Most people were stunned when The Social Network beat out this dark drama for Best Motion Picture?

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109 00 Black Swan 109 Undo Bonus

110 00 END OF ROUND 1 110

111 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:17 BREAK TIMER 0:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:571:021:031:041:051:061:071:081:101:111:181:191:201:161:151:141:131:121:171:091:011:211:261:251:301:291:281:241:231:221:271:321:331:341:351:361:371:381:401:411:481:491:501:461:451:441:431:421:471:391:311:511:561:552:001:591:581:541:531:521:57 111

112 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE ROUND 2 112

113 00 QUESTION 1 113

114 00 France got this territory back in 1800 and turned around and sold it to the US a few years later? A. Alaska B. Puerto Rico C. Mexico D. Louisiana 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 114

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116 D. or Louisiana Student Staff Undo

117 00 QUESTION 2 117

118 00 What Polynesian word is used to say goodbye, hello, but it can also mean love? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 118

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120 Aloha Student Staff Undo

121 00 QUESTION 3 121

122 00 The name for the art movement Impressionism is taken directly from this artists painting title Impression, Sunrise? A. George Seurat B. Claude Monet C. Edgar Degas D. Paul Cezanne 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 122

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124 00 B. or Monet 124 Student Staff Undo

125 00 QUESTION 4 125

126 00 Fly High with this colorless, odorless and tasteless gas, atomic number of 2? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 126

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128 00 Helium 128 Student Staff Undo

129 00 QUESTION 5 129

130 00 If you are considered a Gleek, what tv show are you a super-fan of? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 130

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132 00 Glee 132 Student Staff Undo

133 00 QUESTION 6 133

134 00 On May 1, 1963, Jim Whittaker became the first American and 10 th person to reach the summit of this mountain? A. Kilimanjaro B. Fuji C. Everest D. Kenya 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 134

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136 00 C. or Everest 136 Student Staff Undo

137 00 QUESTION 7 137

138 00 Where is the National Theater of the Deaf located? A. Hartford, CT B. New York, NY C. Washington, DC D. West Hartford, CT 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 138

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140 00 D. or West Hartford, CT 140 Student Staff Undo

141 00 QUESTION 8 141

142 00 This word for a feeling of great fear or terror comes from the old high German for to fear? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 142

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144 00 dread 144 Student Staff Undo

145 00 QUESTION 9 145

146 00 This state has the largest congressional district in area? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 146

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148 00 ALASKA or AK 148 Student Staff Undo

149 00 QUESTION

150 00 What math term means points that lie within the same plane? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 150

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152 00 coplanar 152 Student Staff Undo

153 00 QUESTION

154 00 This Pennsylvanian town is the weather capital of the world not just on Feb 2 nd. A. Punxsutawney B. Philadelphia C. Allentown D. Erie 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 154

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156 00 A. or Punxsutawney 156 Student Staff Undo

157 00 QUESTION

158 00 Using the formula d=rt. How far will a motorcycle traveling at 25 mph go in ½ and hour? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 158

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160 miles 160 Student Staff Undo

161 00 END OF ROUND 2 161

162 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:17 BREAK TIMER 0:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:571:021:031:041:051:061:071:081:101:111:181:191:201:161:151:141:131:121:171:091:011:211:261:251:301:291:281:241:231:221:271:321:331:341:351:361:371:381:401:411:481:491:501:461:451:441:431:421:471:391:311:511:561:552:001:591:581:541:531:521:57 162

163 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE FINAL ROUND 163

164 00 CATEGORY: Language and Literature 164

165 00 INSTRUCTIONS: Name the literary term being described. 165

166 00 1. A literary device that is a specific reference to a person, place or event that audiences would widely recognize? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 166

167 00 2. A pattern of sounds that includes the repetition of a consonant. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 167

168 00 3. A figure of speech that is a grossly exaggerated description or statement. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 168

169 00 4. When animals, ideals or objects are given human like characteristics. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 169

170 00 5. A type of figurative language that makes a comparison between two things using like or as. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 170

171 00 6. A figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 171

172 00 7. A word that imitates or suggests the source of the sound that it describes. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 172

173 00 8. A device often used in drama whereby a character relates his or her thoughts and feelings to him/herself and to the audience without addressing any of the other characters. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 173

174 00 9. A figure of speech used in rhetoric in which a thing or concept is not called by its own name, but by the name of something intimately associated with that thing or concept. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 174

175 A rhetorical device, literary technique, or situation in which there is a sharp incongruity or discordance that goes beyond the simple and evident intention of words or actions. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 175

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177 00 1. A literary device that is a specific reference to a person, place or event that audiences would widely recognize? 177

178 00 1. allusion 178 Student Staff Undo

179 00 2. A pattern of sounds that includes the repetition of a consonant. 179

180 00 2. alliteration 180 Student Staff Undo

181 00 3. A figure of speech that is a grossly exaggerated description or statement. 181

182 00 3. hyperbole 182 Student Staff Undo

183 00 4. When animals, ideals or objects are given human like characteristics. 183

184 00 4. personification 184 Student Staff Undo

185 00 5. A type of figurative language that makes a comparison between two things using like or as. 185

186 00 5. simile 186 Student Staff Undo

187 00 6. A figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things. 187

188 00 6. metaphor 188 Student Staff Undo

189 00 7. A word that imitates or suggests the source of the sound that it describes. 189

190 00 7. Onomatopoeia 190 Student Staff Undo

191 00 8. A device often used in drama whereby a character relates his or her thoughts and feelings to him/herself and to the audience without addressing any of the other characters. 191

192 00 8. Soliloquy 192 Student Staff Undo

193 00 9. A figure of speech used in rhetoric in which a thing or concept is not called by its own name, but by the name of something intimately associated with that thing or concept. 193

194 00 9. Metonymy 194 Student Staff Undo

195 is a rhetorical device, literary technique, or situation in which there is a sharp incongruity or discordance that goes beyond the simple and evident intention of words or actions. 195

196 irony 196 Student Staff Undo

197 00 END OF PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE 197

198 00 TIMEOUT TIMER 198

199 00 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:57 199


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