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REM is not only a rock band but a state of sleep. What does it stand for?
The term “En Passant” is used in which board game?
Of phrenic, frolicsome, phrenetic and phantasmal, which word means “wildly excited?”
This Latin phrase literally means “in a chamber”.
Another name for mohair is this.
What is the translation of the Latin phrase “Resuiescat in pace?”
What three words make up the motto of the Olympic Games?
This sound unit was named after Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone.
What is the single form of the word “bacteria?”
An archer carries his arrows in this.
What do you call a person who eats no meat, cheese, butter, milk, or eggs?
In poetry, it's “the repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning of words.
Latin phrase meaning “I am to blame.”
In Australia, “fair dinkum” means this.
The word phobia means "a persistent, irrational fear of a particular thing" in what language?
"Anchors Aweigh" might not be the favorite song of someone with thalassophobia, or a fear of what?
A person from this country is known as a “Pommy” in Australia.
In the language of “chat,” what does “FWIW” stand for?
Working at a veterinary clinic would likely be difficult for anyone with ailurophobia, or a fear of what?
In French, this phrase means “the finishing blow.”
Al Gore coined this internet phrase in 1991.
This is the term for a figure of speech in which words are used to imitate sounds. Examples are buzz and thump.
A small sea fish or a soccer player's hairstyle.
In England, these are called “crisps.”
It's the French phrase for “a social blunder.”
This is known as a “billabong” in Australia.