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  1. 1. Go Ogle 2011 PART ONE
  2. 2. We begin by addressing business quizzers Explain everything! 20 questions to solve 5 points for making a discovery
  3. 3. 1. Originally just white and silken, later used for such stuff with repeated geometric patterns. Repaid and pampered, but nothing to do with the word two.
  4. 4. ANSWER DIAPER From the Latin Diasprum, "thoroughly white," or perhaps "white interspersed with other colors," from dia- + aspros "white. Repaid anagram etc. The visuals are examples of the geometric patterns
  5. 5. 2. Who? And what’s she giggling about?
  6. 6. ANSWER Dana Wynter being measured for her pod replica in Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
  7. 7. 3. Pig out with the makers of a non-patentable noise.
  8. 8. ANSWER Harley-Davidson tried to patent the Vroom sound and are listed on stock exchanges as HOG.
  9. 9. 4. The norm in India is to be functional, (extending to weapons) historical (including persons), or geographical—which could mean rivers, mountains, cities, states, and even fish. What?
  10. 10. ANSWER Naming conventions for ships in the Indian Navy .
  11. 11. 5. 1956. Venue for a repeated truism.
  12. 12. ANSWER Horace Logan, producer and MC of the Louisiana Hayride, a country music show performed live at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium and broadcast on RADIO KWKH said “Elvis has left the building’” for the first time in 1956. He was attempting to get the somewhat bowled over audience to settle down .
  13. 13. 6. Eyetie, Limeys, beheaded dispenser-turned-detective and Russian who sounded like he was about to murder relatives. All of them have tonnes of this stuff.
  14. 14. ANSWER The Sonnet. Variants include the Italian (Petrarchan), the English (Shakespearean), the Spenserian and the Pushkin sonnet. Thus the clues (Di-Spenser and Push Kin). And tonnes was an anagram for the answer.
  15. 15. 7. Turtledove likes to square everything. Clearly, in black and white
  16. 16. ANSWER Harry Turtledove’s alternate history series titled Settling Accounts.
  17. 17. 8. What’s all this then?
  18. 18. ANSWER The Great Wall Marathon, run along some length of the monument .
  19. 19. 9. Source and output. Best answered in three words.
  20. 20. ANSWER Spode Bone China. Top picture shows the Spode Pottery Works set up by Josiah Spode at Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire .
  21. 21. 10. What the falconer borrowed from Greek hero was more than moa n mange!
  22. 22. ANSWER William Faulkner borrowed the title As I Lay Dying from words spoken by Agamemnon in Homer’s Odyssey . The surname Faulkner once denoted the profession the clue alludes to. Anagram for Greek hero should lead to cuckold-hero .
  23. 23. 11. Sod errs, but does not go South with rules.
  24. 24. ANSWER Orders Sod errs anagram.
  25. 25. 12. Sorer after meeting five hundred because I’m repeating myself.
  26. 26. ANSWER Orders, again . From Sorer+D (Roman 500)
  27. 27. 13. Nice way to describe somebody who didn’t go to Paris, and stayed away from Miami.
  28. 28. ANSWER Home Alone. Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) gets separated from his family while they travel to Paris and Miami in the first two Home Alone movies.
  29. 29. 14. Frank Drake, Laplace, Nernst, Ramanujan, Johann Kepler, and Wolfgang Pauli. Qua tonies!
  30. 30. ANSWER All have Equations named after them. Qua tonies anagram.
  31. 31. 15. Solved, and the magic number is 15000 .
  32. 32. ANSWER The Travelling Salesman Problem Map shows solution/route for a travelling salesman who needs to cover 15000 German cities.
  33. 33. 16. Unream a hand-job for productivity.
  34. 34. ANSWER MANURE Etymology: Latin manu operare meaning “to use your hands”. Unream anagram.
  35. 35. 17. O cute rump, before which we sit.
  36. 36. ANSWER COMPUTER O Cute Rump was an irresistible almost-anagram describing what Go Ogle setter and takers do. Sigh.
  37. 37. 18. Athletic male may run before ticket or after corn.
  38. 38. ANSWER MEAL Male anagram. Is prefix in meal-ticket and suffix in corn-meal.
  39. 39. 19. Baxter basks in plum adjective and wets feet in rough alkali.
  40. 40. ANSWER EFFICIENTLY Rupert Baxter, in the works of PG Wodehouse, was sometimes described as The Efficient Baxter. Dip him a little bit in lye for the adverb .
  41. 41. 20. Tally gnat and fifty for a brave description
  42. 42. ANSWER GALLANTLY Tally gnat+ L (Roman 50).
  43. 43. 21. Fill in your discovery under this number.
  44. 44. ANSWER Robert Heinlein could have written these words in Time Enough for Love with business quizzers in mind! “ A human being should be able to change a diaper , plan an invasion , butcher a hog , conn a ship , design a building , write a sonnet , balance accounts , build a wall , set a bone , comfort the dying , take orders , give orders , cooperate, act alone , solve equations , analyze a new problem , pitch manure , program a computer , cook a tasty meal , fight efficiently , die gallantly . Specialization is for insects .”