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    (Original post by Charters)
    Actualy if we want to get all precise I think a timpani is a kettle drum...the only drum that can actually be tuned
    lol probs got that completely wrong- fair enough go and laugh
    Nope that is right. You know any of the other answers because if you can get them all you can be the winner. Not that it means anything but you know
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    1. What does dinosaur mean in Greek- haha 'terrible lizard'
    2. What country was Hitler born in- Austria
    3. In what decade was the first petrol powered car developed and by who?
    4. What is the name of the part of the Cell which makes Protein? Cytoplasm
    5. What did Jesus and the disciples eat at the last supper? Bread and Wine
    6. What does the name Millipede mean? thousand legs
    7. What is a Timpani? Kettle Drum
    8. In greek mythology how did Perseus Kill the gorgon Medusa?
    9. What is the capital of Switzerland? Bern or somthing like that...could be Byrne- argh dunno
    10. What was the nationality of Alexander Graham bell inventor of the telephone?[/QUOTE] Scottist
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    (Original post by Charters)
    1. What does dinosaur mean in Greek- haha 'terrible lizard'Yup
    2. What country was Hitler born in- AustriaYup
    3. In what decade was the first petrol powered car developed and by who?Thats on the thread I posted it
    4. What is the name of the part of the Cell which makes Protein? CytoplasmNope
    5. What did Jesus and the disciples eat at the last supper? Bread and Wineyup
    6. What does the name Millipede mean? thousand legsYup
    7. What is a Timpani? Kettle DrumYup
    8. In greek mythology how did Perseus Kill the gorgon Medusa?
    9. What is the capital of Switzerland? Bern or somthing like that...could be Byrne- argh dunnoBern is right
    10. What was the nationality of Alexander Graham bell inventor of the telephone?
    Scottist Yup[/QUOTE]
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    isn't some italian guy now credited with the invention of the telephone?
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    yeah Meucci

    officially recognised now
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    1. What does dinosaur mean in Greek monstrous lizard
    2. What country was Hitler born in austria
    3. In what decade was the first petrol powered car developed and by who? 1880s karl benz
    4. What is the name of the part of the Cell which makes Protein? ribosome
    5. What did Jesus and the disciples eat at the last supper? bread
    6. What does the name Millipede mean? 1000 feet
    7. What is a Timpani? kettle drum
    8. In greek mythology how did Perseus Kill the gorgon Medusa? used his shield as a mirror - her reflection turned her to stone
    9. What is the capital of Switzerland? Bern
    10. What was the nationality of Alexander Graham bell inventor of the - Scottish

    I think they're all correct.

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    I thought the answer to number 8 was he used his shield as a mirror to see her and that way he didn't turn into stone when he looked at her. Then lopped off her head and put it in his bag. Then he went back to town and showed everyone and they all turned into stone.

    OR something. Didn't think she turned into stone anyway

    I could be wrong.
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    (Original post by poop)
    I thought the answer to number 8 was he used his shield as a mirror to see her and that was he didn't turn into stone when he looked at her. Then lopped of her head and put it in his bag. Then he went back to town and showed everyone and they all turned into stone.

    OR something. Didn't think she turned into stone anyway

    I could be wrong.
    yeah, you're probably right. I might look it up at some point

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    (Original post by poop)
    I thought the answer to number 8 was he used his shield as a mirror to see her and that was he didn't turn into stone when he looked at her. Then lopped of her head and put it in his bag. Then he went back to town and showed everyone and they all turned into stone.

    OR something. Didn't think she turned into stone anyway

    I could be wrong.
    LOL, what a story !
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    wasnt the petrol car invented in the 1890s by mercedes or benz (cant remember which)?
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    1. What does dinosaur mean in Greek? Thunder Lizard
    2. What country was Hitler born in? austria
    3. In what decade was the first petrol powered car developed and by who?
    4. What is the name of the part of the Cell which makes Protein? ribosome
    5. What did Jesus and the disciples eat at the last supper? unlevan bread and whine
    6. What does the name Millipede mean? thousand legged?
    7. What is a Timpani? drum
    8. In greek mythology how did Perseus Kill the gorgon Medusa? Decapitation
    9. What is the capital of Switzerland? Bern
    10. What was the nationality of Alexander Graham bell inventor of the telephone? Scottish
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    (Original post by poop)
    I thought the answer to number 8 was he used his shield as a mirror to see her and that way he didn't turn into stone when he looked at her. Then lopped off her head and put it in his bag. Then he went back to town and showed everyone and they all turned into stone.

    OR something. Didn't think she turned into stone anyway

    I could be wrong.
    That is correct. He used the mirror to see where she was without risking her gaze.
 
 
 
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