A. 10 points - "Character of the Happy Warrior," "My Heart Leaps Up"
5 points - "London, 1802," "Line Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey"
Answer: William _Wordsworth_
B. 10 points - "Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples," "Autumn: A Dirge"
5 points - "To a Skylark," "Ode to the West Wind"
Answer: Percy Bysshe _Shelly_
C. 10 points - "Ode on Melancholy," "On Seeing the Elgin Marbles"
5 points - "La Belle Dame Sans Merci," "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer"
Answer: John _Keats_
A. 5: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau
Answer: _ Transcendentalism_
B. 10: Brutus, Marcus Aurelias
C. 15: Simplicius, Plotinus, Porphyry, Numeniusans.
30. In Luke, 16:19, he is an outcast, covered in sores. After his death, he is comforted in the arms of Abraham, while a rich man looks on in agony from Hades.
20. In John, chapter 11, his sisters Martha and Mary Magdelene summon Jesus to his home in Bethany when he falls ill.
10. In that same chapter, Jesus arrives to find he has already died, and has lain in the tomb for four days.
5. Jesus then resurrects him, performing one of the most famous miracles in the New Testament.
First, for five points each, name the current standard names for the four quarks other than up and down.
Answer: _Charm(ed) _, _Strange _, _Top _, and _Bottom _
Next, for an additional ten points, name either of the two more fanciful names given to the top and bottom quark originally, beginning with the same letters.
Answer: _Truth _, or _Beauty _
f) nitrous oxide
Answers: _Fort Worth , Fort Lauderdale, Fort Wayne, Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Fort Collins_
This is the energy of a system plus the pressure times the volume.
Answer: _Enthalpy_ prompt on H
This is the enthalpy minus the entropy times the temperature.
Answer: _Gibbs Free Energy_ prompt on G
This is the energy of the system minus the entropy times the temperature.
Answer: _Helmholtz Free Energy_ prompt on A
Answer: _Francis_ of Assisi
c. Postal workers
a.Symphony #7, Leningrad
Answer: Dmitri _Shostakovich_
b. The "Scottish" Symphony
Answer: Felix _Mendelsohn_
c. Symphony #38 in D Major, Prague
Answer: W. A. _Mozart_
d .A Concert with America
Answer: Aaron _Copland_
e. The Pines of Rome
Answer: Ottorino _Respighi
a) 15: 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria
5: Citizens in this Rocky Mountain metropolis rejected a tax measure that would have funded the construction of Olympic venues. Innsbruck was later chosen in it's place.
b) 15: 1986 World Cup of Soccer in Mexico
5: The international Soccer federation was concerned that this South American nation was too politically unstable for such a large-scale event, due to corruption, drugs, and the terrorist actions of the F.A.R.C.
30: Mrs. Pearce, Zoltan Karpathy
20: Freddy Einsford-Hill, Colinel Hugh Pickering
10: Professor Henry Higgins
Answer: _ My Fair Lady_
5 points - "In Flanders Field"
Answer: John _McRae_
10 points - "Greater Love," "Dulce et Decorum Est"
Answer: Wilfred _Owen_
15 points - "Counter-Attack," "Dreamers," "Letter to Robert Graves"
Answer: Siegfried _Sassoon_
A) Marks the direct object of the verb?
B) Marks the subject of the verb?
C) Marks the indirect object of the verb?
D) Is the indicator of possession?
For an extra ten points, what is the case of direct address?
A). This sages teachings, which advise followers on the organization of society, arecollected in his Analects.
B) In Indian literature, these stories are addendums to the Vedas. Collectively their name literally means "the sitting around matters" alluding to the way they were taught and discussed.
Answer: _Upanishads _
C. The Chinese sage Lao Tzu wrote this collection of wisdom, which advises one to follow the path of Yin.
Answer: _Tao teh Ching_
A. This consists of long, unbranched chains of D-glucose units connected in alpha one four linkages.
B. This has a highly branched structure with glycosidic linkages of alpha one four, but also branch points occurring every 24 to 30 residues that are alpha one six linkages.
30: He composed the music to the movie Postcards form the Edge.
20: He wrote the play "The Lady and the Tiger," and while serving in Korea was cartoonist for military newsletter Pacific Stars and Stripes.
10: He is best known for writing _Where the Sidewalk Ends_, _A Light in the Attic_, and _The Missing Piece_.
Answer: Shel _Silverstein_
5: Iago, Desdemona
10: Hiro, Claudio, Bennedic, Beatrice
Answer: _Much Ado About Nothing_
15: Cleon, Dionyza, Thaisa, Marina
Answer: _Pericles_, Prince of Tyre
First, the name of the show that she and Jane always watch. Among some of these best episodes the Psychic Centerfolds ("what happens when Miss September can see October?") and When Aliens Can't Commit.
Answer: _Sick Sad World_
Second, for 5 points each, name the other two sidekicks in the Fashion Club, who are either backing up the President Sandy, or the Vice-President Quinn at any given time.
Answer: _Tiffany and Stacy_
We all know that David aspires to be as cool as the history teacher on the show. For a final 10 points, name this survivor or military school and Kevin and Brittany's collective intelligence in his class.
Answer: Mr. Anthony _DeMartino_
First, for five points, name the physical phenomenon which accelerates particles to high energy. Hint: they also are the cause of sonic booms.
Answer: _Shocks _ or shock waves
Next, for ten points, of 15, 25, 50, or 75, which of these is closest to the order of magnitude of the energy released in a supernova (in joules)?
Answer: _50 _ (~10^46 J)
Finally, for fifteen points, name the first object in the sky which was identified with an X-ray source, located in the constellation Orion.
Answer: _Crab Nebula _
First, this is the letter which commonly designates an electric field located inside matter.
Second, for five points each, give the two fundamental constants of electricity and magnetism, respectively. (in order)
Answer: _permitivity _of free space , _permeability _ of free space
Finally, what number do you obtain when you multiply the permitivity of free space and the permeability of free space together, and take its reciprocal?
Answer: _ the speed of light squared _
A. _Old Battersea Bridge; Nocturne in Blue and Gold_; _The White Girl_
Answer: James Abbot McNeil _Whistler_
B. _Targets_ and _Flags_
Answer: Jasper _Johns_
C. _Mending the Net_, _The Gross Clinic_
Answer: Thomas _Eakins_
30: It consisted of Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes and existed from 1979-1981.
20: They put out two albums, The Age of Plastic and Adventures in Modern Recording.
10: They are most famous for their song Video Killed the Radio Star.
Answer: The _Buggles_