Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS
Spoiler
2: Timujin (aka "Genghis Khan", his title)
4: Jean D'Arc (Joan of Arc)
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: Socrates
3-D ART & ARTISTS
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3: Notre Dame
6: India
9: Clam
12: Clam
15: Chrysler Building

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2) Genghis Khan
4) -
6) Beethoven?
8) -
10) -

3) -
6) -
9) -
12) - (ughhhhh... I know the name starts with G, but I don't know exactly what it is :cry:)
15) Chrysler Building? (taking a big chance here...)

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2. Genghis Kahn
4. Joan of Arc
6. Beethoven
8. Billy the Kid
10. Socrates

3. clam
6. clam
9. clam
12. Borglum
15. Chrysler Building

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2: Genghis Khan
4: Joan of Arc
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: Socrates

3: Notre Dame
6: India
9: Bauhaus
12: Borglum
15: Chrysler Building

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2: Genghis Khan
4: Joan of Arc
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: Socrates

3: Notre Dame de Paris
6: India?
9: Bauhaus
12: Gutzon Borghlum
15: Chrysler Building?
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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2. Genghis Khan
4. Joan of Arc
6. Beethoven
8. Billy the Kid
10. Socrates

3-D ART & ARTISTS

3. Notre Dame
6. India
9. Bauhaus
12. Borglum
15. ?
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BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2: Genghis Khan
4: Joan of Arc
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: --

3-D ART & ARTISTS
3: --
6: India
9: Bauhaus
12: Gutzon Borglum
15: Chrysler

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2 genghis khan
4 joan of arc
6 beethoven
8 billy the kid
10 socrates

3 notre dame
6 india
9 bauhaus
12 borglum
15 hoover dam

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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Know I'm late, but still going to give this a whirl...
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2: Genghis Khan
4: Joan of Arc
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: Socrates

3: Notre Dame
6: India
9: Bauhaus
12: Borglum
15: Chrysler

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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Spoiler
2 Genghis Khan
4 Joan of Arc
6 Beethoven
8 Billy the Kid
10 Socrates

3 Notre Dame
6 CLAM
9 CLAM
12 CLAM
15 CLAM

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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OFFICIAL ANSWERS:
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BILL & TEDS EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2: Beginning in 1206, he led the Golden Horde in widespread conquests of Asia and eastern Europe that may have killed as many as 40 million people.

GENGHIS KHAN

4: The only Shakespearean character ever to be canonized, in Henry VI Part 1 she breaks a siege at Orleans.

JOAN OF ARC (accept equivalents)

6: He reportedly wept when he could not hear the audiences ovation at the premiere of his Ninth Symphony.

BEETHOVEN

8: A ferrotype of this outlaw, killed four months before his twenty-second birthday, was purchased in 2011 for $2.3 million.

BILLY THE KID

10: The elenchus method would later come to be named for this philosopher who pioneered its use as a teaching technique.

SOCRATES

3-D ART & ARTISTS

3: Revolutionary rioters beheaded the sculptures in this cathedrals Gallery of Kings, mistaking the kings of Judah and Israel for kings of France.

NOTRE DAME

6: Pink sandstone was the medium of choice for sculptors during the period named for this countrys Gupta Empire.

INDIA

9: This school, which taught German Modernist architecture during the Weimar Republic, was run at various times by Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

BAUHAUS

12: This Mount Rushmore sculptor also created likenesses of Confederate leaders Zebulon Vance and Alexander Stevens for National Statuary Hall.

BORGLUM

15: This building named for Time Magazines 1929 Man of the Year was the first known man-made structure to exceed 1,000 feet in height.

CHRYSLER BUILDING
Scores for Round 1 Day 5:

75 AcadamiaNut
75 Andromus
75 billy pilgrim
75 BoK
75 bomtr
75 boson
75 cinemaniax7
75 emurphy
75 gnash
75 hbomb1947
75 jbillygirl
75 Jeffreygallup
75 John Boy
75 Lefty
75 mrbungle
75 NoName84
75 OldSchoolChamp
75 Paucle
75 Peggles
75 pres de lys
75 RandyG
75 reddpen
75 Schliemann
75 seaborgium
75 sherder
75 Sir Thopas
75 Suze
75 SwanShadow
75 TomKBaltimoreBoy
75 Vanya
75 Woof
72 MarkBarrett
72 MFalk
72 saintanthony
71 econgator
71 jtb34
71 nlw44
71 StevenH
66 BigDaddyJ
66 GUJeopardyFan
66 J-Wife
66 skkorling
65 debramc
65 ej!fan
63 Rex Kramer
63 Volante
62 MinnesotaMyron
60 aggiebud
60 Budphrey
60 cbec
60 demomoke
60 JTrivial
60 Rafferty Barnes
60 teapot37
58 hanzz
57 Bamaman
57 thejeopardyfan
56 alamble
55 mennoknight
55 omgwheelhouse
54 Uncle Jeff
52 tagNV
51 mathdanmom
50 cheezguyty
48 Asphodel
48 --Pete
45 Broca
45 nserven
44 alietr
44 dhkendall
44 georgespelvin
44 xxaaaxx
42 dklee12
42 Kingrat47
42 Turd Ferguson
40 Ivan
40 mitchparov
39 billiej
39 Case
39 lisa0012
37 barandall800
33 jeff6286
31 oddsox
30 Ben Johnston
29 sdgilleran
28 NJCondon
23 heelsrule1988
19 amorris525
5 jepkid97

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5 LETTERL

I think I did it right, but let me know if I screwed up and I'll fix it. I'll add late entries tomorrow.

--Pete

ETA late Sunday entries.
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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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Spoiler
BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2: Genghis Khan

4: Joan of Arc

6: Beethoven

8: Jesse James

10: Socrates

3-D ART & ARTISTS

3: Notre Dame

6: PASS

9: The Bauhaus

12: Borghlum

15: PASS

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2. Genghis Khan
4. Joan of Arc
6. Ludwig van Beethoven
8. CLAM
10. CLAM

3. Notre Dame?
6. India
9. Bauhaus
12. Gutzon Borglum
15. CLAM (thinking Chrysler)

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2. Hannibal
4. Catherine
6. Beethoven
8. Billy the Kid
10. clam

3. Versailles
6. clam
9. clam
12. clam
15. Sears Tower

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OFFICIAL ANSWERS
Spoiler
BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2: Beginning in 1206, he led the Golden Horde in widespread conquests of Asia and eastern Europe that may have killed as many as 40 million people.

GENGHIS KAHN

4: The only Shakespearean character ever to be canonized, in Henry VI Part 1 she breaks a siege at Orleans.

JOAN OF ARC

6: He reportedly wept when he could not hear the audience's ovation at the premiere of his Ninth Symphony.

BEETHOVEN

8: A ferrotype of this outlaw, killed four months before his twenty-second birthday, was purchased in 2011 for $2.3 million.

BILLY THE KID

10: The elenchus method would later come to be named for this philosopher who pioneered its use as a teaching technique.

SOCRATES

3-D ART & ARTISTS

3: Revolutionary rioters beheaded the sculptures in this cathedral's Gallery of Kings, mistaking the kings of Judah and Israel for kings of France.

NOTRE DAME

6: Pink sandstone was the medium of choice for sculptors during the period named for this country's Gupta Empire.

INDIA

9: This school, which taught German Modernist architecture during the Weimar Republic, was run at various times by Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

BAUHAUS

12: This Mount Rushmore sculptor also created likenesses of Confederate leaders Zebulon Vance and Alexander Stevens for National Statuary Hall.

BORGLUM

15: This building named for Time Magazine's 1929 Man of the Year was the first known man-made structure to exceed 1,000 feet in height.

CHRYSLER BUILDING

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT PASSENGERS

2: Genghis Khan
4: Joan of Arc
6: Beethoven
8: Billy the Kid
10: Socrates

3-D ART & ARTISTS

3: Notre Dame
6: India
9: Bauhaus
12:
15: Chrysler Building

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 1, Day 5

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2. Attila the Hun
4. Joan of Arc
6. Beethoven
8. Billy the Kid
10. Socrates

3. Notre Dame
6. India
9. Bauhaus
12. Borglum
15. Sears Tower

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