Not to be Confused II by DouglasLovesVixey

Champion(s):

RautY
The machines are winning


Runner(s)-Up:

colleenw
I came, I ate, I left


Quiz Description

For those who played my last quiz, you will already know how this goes. Those who didn't play the last one, I will explain the rules for you. Each question will have two answers. Those two answers will either sound or look very similar. For example, Niagara and Viagra, or Pierre Boulez and Pierre Boulle. You must give both of these answers to receive the points.

Full Results:

Rank Player Total %ile 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Money Value (% Incorrect): 14 56 99 94 66 32 73 25 76 90 90 38
1 RautY 485 98 15
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2 colleenw 452 94 15
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3 hypotactic 400 91 15
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4 ElendilPickle 391 87 15
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5 GrahamJ 374 84 15
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6 ChernicoffS 351 81 15
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7 MoyseyC 316 77 15
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8 ShapiroA 309 74 15
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9 KonkelT 296 70 15
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10 MatherV 275 67 15
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11 Jjfjjf 261 63 15
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12 RichmondJ 250 60 15
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13 McClintockJ 240 56 15
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14 imogen 238 53 15
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15 akambour 234 50 15
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16 IvixorB 228 46 00
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17 ArunH 221 43 00
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18 HortonR 193 39 15
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19 Michalle 169 36 15
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20 MitchellWA 164 32 15
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21 quarterrican 135 29 00
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22 ecpekkle 122 24 15
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22 BIngram 122 24 15
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24 EllisA2 116 17 15
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24 ShampooCell 116 17 15
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26 LynchT 76 12 15
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Questions:

1. A French word for castle. 2. A French word for hat.

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Chateau / Chapeau

1. 16th century Archbishop of Canterbury who devised the "Book of Common Prayer". 2. Fittingly named 19th century Englishman who was said to have invented the flush toilet.

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Thomas Cranmer / Thomas Crapper

1. The medical term for a nosebleed. 2. A slight convex curve in the shaft of a column.

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Epistaxis / Entasis

1. A projection on the lower part of the leg of a horse, above and behind the hoof. 2. A curved timber that forms part of a rib in the frame of a ship.

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Fetlock / Futtock

1. Boastful swagger that takes its name from a character in "The Faerie Queen". 2. A historical region in central Anatolia, Turkey, now a popular tourist destination known for hot-air ballooning.

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Braggadocio / Cappadocia

1. Late great actor known for acting in films including "Good Will Hunting", "Dead Poet's Society", "Mrs. Doubtfire", and "Aladdin". 2. British singer-songwriter who was a member of the band "Take That" and later went on to a solo career.

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Robin Williams / Robie Williams

1. American singer-songwriter known for songs like "All I Wanna Do" and "My Favorite Mistake". 2. British singer who was a member of the band "Girl's Aloud" who later went on to a solo career.

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Sheryl Crow / Cheryl Cole

1. A supporting column sculptured in the form of a woman. 2. A green insect related to grasshoppers and crickets. (Also not to be confused with a children's book written by Susan Coolidge.)

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Caryatid / Katydid

1. An freestanding sculpture of a human figure standing with most of its weight on one foot. 2. The application of thick layers of pigment to a canvas or other surfaces in painting.

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Contrapposto / Impasto

1. A traditional Russian winter hat with ear flaps that translates as "with ears". 2. The capital of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Regarded as the southernmost city in the world.

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Ushanka / Ushuaia

1. Historic Indian city that was the sight of three major battles in 1526, 1556, and 1761 which were turning points in Indian history. 2. Ukrainian ghost city that was the sight of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.

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Panipat / Pripyat

THREE ANSWERS REQUIRED 1. An Indian sauce. 2. A fortified wine produced in Sicily. A key ingredient in zabaglione. 3. An Ancient fortress in Israel that was sieged by Roman troops in 73 C.E.

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Masala / Marsala / Masada