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SOME QUARTER GIVEN
Ben: $3,200/Meggie: $4,400/Will: $1,200
W/ Some Quarter Given’s $800 answer Meggie ($6400) was about to take on a DD; Ben followed her w/ five G’s & Will was down to $800. She gambled $3K.
This motto that offers two very different options adorns NH’s quarter.
“What is live free or die?”- absolutely.
SOLE TS: $1K (Political Conventions- they didn’t have time for the least-valuable clue under Other Sports)
Ben: $5,400/Meggie: $10,400/Will: $1,800
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
ALL ABOUT ART
WORDS COINED IN THE 1920s
Will ($6600) found DD #1 on the $800 Publisher; Meggie at $12,400 was just $200 over Ben. $3400 was what Will bet.
The name of this publisher known for its book fairs is a word meaning “related to education”.
“What is SCHOLASTIC?”- sensible. The $2K Word Coined in the 1920s was an important one for Ben ($18,600) as it was the final DD of the tourney; Meggie was 2nd w/ $11,600 & Will was 3rd w/ $11,200. The risk from Ben was $2.5K.
Right on “Q” this designation for a standard keyboard 1st developed for the typewriter came into use in ’29.
“What is QWERTY?”- boom.
ATTEMPTED LT: $1600 ($400 & $1200 Just Deserts)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1200 (All About Art- time sounded before the $2K answer there)
TOTAL DJ! LT: $2800
Ben: $21.5K/Meggie: $13,200/Will: $11,200
GEICO FJ! #185: 18th C. NOVELS
The title character of this 1726 novel reached four different lands as a result of a shipwreck, a storm at sea, pirates & a mutiny.
WILL: BLANKED (BUSTED)
MEGGIE: “What is Gulliver’s Travels? (Thanks, Mom + Dad!)” ($8200) + $7600 = $29K
BEN: SAME (w/ a smiley face; needed to have wagered even a buck tonight for the win)($5001) = $34,001