2014 Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Tournament of Champions, Day 4

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2014 Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Tournament of Champions, Day 4

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Working out a bit of bugginess. As soon as we get it figured out, we'll update the scoreboard.

(ETA: Found a work-around. Scores are posted in the "SHC Standings" thread at the top of the page.)

In the mean time, here's Day 4.
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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: If given his birth name, the cocktail of Tia Maria and vodka would be called the Archibald McLeash.

4: A chain of restaurants and an iced drink of cola and grenadine are named for this singer born Leonard Franklin Skye.

6: This brand of liqueur invented in New Orleans in 1874 is an ingredient in cocktails named for both Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler.

8: Until her death in 1937 at age 26, this actress enjoyed drinking the equal parts rum and vermouth cocktail named for her.

10: The liqueur used to make the cocktail named for David Bowie has this distinctive flavor.

ANESTHETICS

3: This element appears in the trademark name of thiopental, an anesthetic used in lethal injections and by spy agencies as truth serum.

6: This anesthetic most often used by dentists can also be a propellant in rocket motors and aerosol cans.

9: Made by AstraZenica under the brand name Diprivan, this “Milk of Amnesia” is used as general anesthesia and to sedate patients on a ventilator.

12: Also used as a topical anesthetic, this drug is the one most-commonly used in epidurals associated with labor and delivery.

15: Recreational users of this anesthetic first developed in the 1960's fall into what they sometimes call a “K-Hole.”

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2: [I think you mean Archibald Leach, not McLeash in which chase I will answer] Cary Grant
4: Roy Rogers
6: Southern Comfort
8: CLAM
10: CLAM

3: Sodium
6: Nitrous Oxide
9: CLAM
12: CLAM
15: CLAM

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Seriously, DoT? Drinks and drugs on the same day?
 
 
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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: Clam Newton
  •  
    (Only Archibald Macleish [sp.] I know is the poet, who never went by any other name as far as I know. Is there really a cocktail named for him?)
4: Roy “Jolly” Rogers

6: Southern Comfort

8: Jean Harlow

10: Clam juice



ANESTHETICS

3:
  • Sir Humphry Davy
    Detested gravy.
    He lived under the odium
    Of having discovered sodium.
6: Nitrous oxide

9: Novoclam

12: Lidocaine

15: Klamphoria
 
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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: Who is Cary Grant? (although I'm fairly certain that his birth name was Archibald Leach, not McLeash)

4: Who is Roy Rogers?

6: What is Southern Comfort?

8: Who is Jean Harlow?

10: What is CLAM?

ANESTHETICS

3: What is sodium?

6: What is novocaine?

9: What is CLAMocaine?

12: What is lidocaine?

15: What is ketamine?
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Eponymous Potables
2: Cary Grant (that's not the correct original last name)
4: Roy Rogers
6: Jean Harlow
8: Southern Comfort
10:

Anesthetics
3: Sodium
6: Nitrous oxide
9: Propofol
12: Lidocaine
15: Ketamine

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2: Cary Grant
4: Roy Rogers
6: Southern Comfort
8: Jean Harlow
10: clam

3: sodium
6: nitrous oxide
9: clam
12: clam
15: ketamine

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2: cary grant
4: roy rogers?
6:
8:
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3: sodium
6: nitrous oxide
9:
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Spoiler
EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: Cary Grant

4: Roy Rogers

6: Southern Comfort

8: Jean Harlow

10: Chocolate

ANESTHETICS

3: Sodium

6: Nitrous oxide

9: CLAM

12: Lidocaine

15: Ketamine

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2: Cary Grant. (I think he was Archibald Leach, not McLeash)
4: Roy Rogers
6: Southern Comfort - yummy
8: Jean Harlow - the original Platinum Blonde
10: chocolate

3: sodium (pentothol)
6: nitrous oxide (ha ha ha ha)
9: CLAMazine
12: lidocaine?
15: ketamine

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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: Clam
4: Roy Rogers
6: Southern Comfort
8: Jean Harlow
10: Clam

ANESTHETICS

3: Sodium
6: Nitrous oxide
9: Propofol
12: Lidocaine
15: Ketamine

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2 - Cary Grant (I say this in the assumption that you really mean Archibald Leach, not Archibald McLeash - if I'm mistaken, it's only one point worse than not answering)
4 - Roy Rogers
6 - Southern Comfort
8 - Jean Harlow
10 -

3 - sodium
6 - nitrous oxide
9 - propofol
12 - bupivicaine
15 - ketamine
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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: CLAM (but Cary Grant if you meant Archie Leach)

4: Roy Rogers

6: Southern Comfort

8: Harlow?

10: CLAMs. (cocaine?)

ANESTHETICS

3: Sodium

6: Novocain

9: DiazeCLAM

12: Clonidine?

15: ketamine

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02. Cary Grant
04. Roy Rogers
06. Southern Comfort
08. Jean Harlow
10. CLAM

03. sodium
06. nitrous oxide
09. CLAM
12. lidocaine
15. ketamine

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EPONYMOUS POTABLES

2: Cary Grant
4: Roy Rogers
6: clam
8: clam
10: clam

ANESTHETICS

3: sodium
6: nitrous oxide
9: propathol
12: clam
15: clam
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DadofTwins wrote:EPONYMOUS POTABLES
Spoiler
2: If given his birth name, the cocktail of Tia Maria and vodka would be called the Archibald McLeash. Who was Cary Grant? (although that was Archie Leach, I'm pretty sure, not the author of J.B.)

4: A chain of restaurants and an iced drink of cola and grenadine are named for this singer born Leonard Franklin Skye. Who was Roy Rogers?

6: This brand of liqueur invented in New Orleans in 1874 is an ingredient in cocktails named for both Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler. What is Southern Comfort?

8: Until her death in 1937 at age 26, this actress enjoyed drinking the equal parts rum and vermouth cocktail named for her. Who was Jean Harlow?

10: The liqueur used to make the cocktail named for David Bowie has this distinctive flavor. What is creme de CLAM?
ANESTHETICS
Spoiler
3: This element appears in the trademark name of thiopental, an anesthetic used in lethal injections and by spy agencies as truth serum. What is sodium?

6: This anesthetic most often used by dentists can also be a propellant in rocket motors and aerosol cans. What is nitrous oxide?

9: Made by AstraZenica under the brand name Diprivan, this “Milk of Amnesia” is used as general anesthesia and to sedate patients on a ventilator. What is CLAMax?

12: Also used as a topical anesthetic, this drug is the one most-commonly used in epidurals associated with labor and delivery. What is lidocaine?

15: Recreational users of this anesthetic first developed in the 1960's fall into what they sometimes call a “K-Hole.” What is ketamine?
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2: I've heard of Archibald McLeash, but I can't place him. Maybe you mean Cary Grant, who is of course Archibald Leach? Either way, clam.
4: roy rogers
6: southern comfort
8: jean harlow (the smart money's on her)
10: clam

3: sodium
6: nitrous oxide
9: clam
12: lidocaine?
15: ketamine

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2: CLAM
4: Roy Rogers
6: Grand Marnier
8: Jean Harlow
10: chocolate?

3: sodium
6: novocaine
9: propofol
12: lidocaine?
15: CLAM

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Wait a minute. Did you mean "Archibald Leach"?

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