# Datasets:qanta

Languages: English
Multilinguality: monolingual
Size Categories: 100K<n<1M
Language Creators: found
Annotations Creators: machine-generated
Source Datasets: original
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id (string)qanta_id (int32)proto_id (string)qdb_id (int32)dataset (string)text (string)full_question (string)first_sentence (string)char_idx (int32)sentence_idx (int32)tokenizations (sequence)answer (string)page (string)raw_answer (string)fold (string)gameplay (bool)category (string)subcategory (string)tournament (string)difficulty (string)year (int32)
"2000000-first"
2,000,000
""
-1
"trickme"
"This man was seen driving Desiigner in the music video for Panda."
"This man was seen driving Desiigner in the music video for Panda. In an interview with Sway, this man yelled "I am Warhol," and compared himself with Shakespeare. This man also controversially said that slavery was a choice. For 10 points, name this songwriter known for his songs "Power," and "Gold Diggers," and more recently, "I Love It" with Lil Pump."
"This man was seen driving Desiigner in the music video for Panda."
-1
-1
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"Kanye_West"
"Kanye_West"
"kanye_west"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000001-first"
2,000,001
""
-1
"trickme"
"The main character of this book buys the record Little Shirley Beans for his sister, but drops and breaks it."
"The main character of this book buys the record Little Shirley Beans for his sister, but drops and breaks it. A friend of the main character always keeps her kings in the back of the board when playing checkers. That character, (*) Jane Gallagher, goes on a date with Stradlater at the beginning of the novel. For 10 points, name this novel about Holden Caulfield by J. D. Salinger."
"The main character of this book buys the record Little Shirley Beans for his sister, but drops and breaks it."
-1
-1
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"The_Catcher_in_the_Rye"
"The_Catcher_in_the_Rye"
"the_catcher_in_the_rye"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000002-first"
2,000,002
""
-1
"trickme"
"In this book, the words "everything was beautiful and nothing hurt" and carved into the grave of a man who is killed for stealing a pot."
"In this book, the words "everything was beautiful and nothing hurt" and carved into the grave of a man who is killed for stealing a pot. The main character meets aliens who can see the fourth dimention, and on their planet meets (*) Montana Wildhack. For 10 points, name this book in which Billy Pilgrim meets Tralfamadorians, by Kurt Vonnegut."
"In this book, the words "everything was beautiful and nothing hurt" and carved into the grave of a man who is killed for stealing a pot."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 136 ], [ 137, 250 ], [ 251, 344 ] ]
"Slaughterhouse-Five"
"Slaughterhouse-Five"
"slaughterhouse-five"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000003-first"
2,000,003
""
-1
"trickme"
"This thinker’s first work in his main area of study argued against “soul sleep.”"
"This thinker’s first work in his main area of study argued against “soul sleep.” Despite writing Response to Questions and Objections of a Certain Jew, this thinker said that anyone “obey[ing] the commands by faith working through love” belonged to the New Covenant. Martin Bucer invited this thinker to Strasbourg, and one of his followers was Theodore Beza. This thinker largely agreed with Huldrych Zwingli about the Eucharist and wrote Institutes of the Christian Religion. Adherents of this thinker’s namesake sect believe in predestination. For 10 points, name this early Protestant leader from Geneva."
"This thinker’s first work in his main area of study argued against “soul sleep.”"
-1
-1
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"John_Calvin"
"John_Calvin"
"john_calvin"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000004-first"
2,000,004
""
-1
"trickme"
"The Green-Tao Theorem proved that the sequence of these numbers contained arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions."
"The Green-Tao Theorem proved that the sequence of these numbers contained arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions. The Sophie-Germain variety of these is such that both x and 2x+1 are these kind of numbers. Wilson's Theorem states that (n-1)! is congruent to -1 mod n whenever n is this kind of number. The Mersenne variety of these are of the form 2^n - 1, where n itself is also one of these. There is notably only one even example of these; the rest are odd. For 10 points, name these numbers, examples of which include 37, 17, 7, and 2."
"The Green-Tao Theorem proved that the sequence of these numbers contained arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions."
-1
-1
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"Prime_number"
"Prime_number"
"prime_number"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000005-first"
2,000,005
""
-1
"trickme"
"This process is made more efficient by a sliding clamp protein that prevents its central enzyme from dissociating from its substrate."
"This process is made more efficient by a sliding clamp protein that prevents its central enzyme from dissociating from its substrate. In prokaryotes this process begins at ori sites. The mechanism of this process was determined by growing E. coli in a nitrogen-15 medium. This process was shown to be semiconservative by Meselson and Stahl and cannot occur without a primer. Okazaki fragments form on the lagging strand during this process since it only occurs in the "5-prime" to "3-prime" direction. This process that occurs during the S phase requires enzymes like ligase, helicase and DNA polymerase. For 10 points, name this process which creates a copy of the genome."
"This process is made more efficient by a sliding clamp protein that prevents its central enzyme from dissociating from its substrate."
-1
-1
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"DNA_replication"
"DNA_replication"
"dna_replication"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000006-first"
2,000,006
""
-1
"trickme"
"One mountain from this country on Sulawesi Island is called the Erotic Mountain because it looks like a vagina."
"One mountain from this country on Sulawesi Island is called the Erotic Mountain because it looks like a vagina. According to legend, Sangkuriang caused another mountain in this country to look like an upside-down mountain. An eruption from a volcano in this caused "The Year Without a Summer." For 10 points, identify from which country is the volcano that produced the loudest eruption, Krakatau."
"One mountain from this country on Sulawesi Island is called the Erotic Mountain because it looks like a vagina."
-1
-1
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"Indonesia"
"Indonesia"
"indonesia"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000007-first"
2,000,007
""
-1
"trickme"
"In a UEFA Champion's League game, a soccer player from this country managed to dribble past Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng and make him fall to the ground despite not touching him."
"In a UEFA Champion's League game, a soccer player from this country managed to dribble past Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng and make him fall to the ground despite not touching him. Another soccer player from this country scored a goal in stoppage time against Queens Park Rangers to win Manchester City the Premier League, which resulted in the announcer screaming that player's name very loudly. A player from this country scored a hat trick against Ecuador to ensure that this country would be represented in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. For the points, name this country which is the homeland of Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi."
"In a UEFA Champion's League game, a soccer player from this country managed to dribble past Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng and make him fall to the ground despite not touching him."
-1
-1
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"Argentina"
"Argentina"
"argentina"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000008-first"
2,000,008
""
-1
"trickme"
"At the beginning of this work, a local Jewish leader calls a deceased woman the "last of the Mohicans."
"At the beginning of this work, a local Jewish leader calls a deceased woman the "last of the Mohicans." One character in this work expresses a wish to be an octopus, while the interaction of two characters in this work revolves around a diorama depicting the history of Mormon migration to Utah. A minor character in this this work continually offers another guided tours to see the hole in the ozone layer and replies "absolutamento" when asked to take her to a faraway place. The actor who portrays that character also depicts a character named for a Central American country. That character's best friend is shown that heaven is very similar to San Francisco. In this work, although a lawyer is open about his homosexual encounters, he refuses to classify himself as such because he believes that being gay is defined by having no power. For ten points, name this play, split into the sections Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, that explores the lives of New Yorkers struggling with AIDS."
"At the beginning of this work, a local Jewish leader calls a deceased woman the "last of the Mohicans."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 102 ], [ 102, 295 ], [ 296, 477 ], [ 478, 578 ], [ 579, 662 ], [ 663, 840 ], [ 841, 996 ] ]
"Angels_in_America"
"Angels_in_America"
"angels_in_america:_a_gay_fantasia_on_national_themes"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000009-first"
2,000,009
""
-1
"trickme"
"Two of these creatures named Hylaeus and Rhaecus were killed by Meleagar after attempting to rape Atalanta."
"Two of these creatures named Hylaeus and Rhaecus were killed by Meleagar after attempting to rape Atalanta. In another myth, the Oceanid Philyra was ashamed of giving birth to a member of this race, and requested she be turned into Linden Tree by the Titan Kronos. Deianara dipped a robe into the blood of one of these creatures named Nessus which killed Heracles when worn. Heracles also accidentally shot an intelligent member of this race with a poisoned arrow, who later asked Zeus for death to escape a lifetime of suffering. For ten points, name this usually barbaric race of half horse, half human creatures that included Nessus and the mentor Chiron."
"Two of these creatures named Hylaeus and Rhaecus were killed by Meleagar after attempting to rape Atalanta."
-1
-1
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"Centaur"
"Centaur"
"centaurs"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000010-first"
2,000,010
""
-1
"trickme"
"A protein in the HSP70 family that is localized to the ER is named for "binding" to these molecules."
"A protein in the HSP70 family that is localized to the ER is named for "binding" to these molecules. The kinetoplast of Crithidia luciliae is used to detect examples of these entities that bind to dsDNA. The binding of these proteins to their substrates can produce C3 convertase and trigger the classical complement pathway. These proteins are used to visualize indirect fluorescence, in which (*) secondary types of these proteins bind primary ones in a technique commonly used with Western blots. One of these proteins, rheumatoid factor, binds to the Fc region of another of these proteins. These proteins, made of two heavy chains and two light chains, are secreted by B cells. For 10 points, name these Y-shaped proteins which bind to antigens."
"A protein in the HSP70 family that is localized to the ER is named for "binding" to these molecules."
-1
-1
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"Antibody"
"Antibody"
"antibody"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000011-first"
2,000,011
""
-1
"trickme"
"Electroosmotic flow occurs during a form of electrophoresis named for these objects."
"Electroosmotic flow occurs during a form of electrophoresis named for these objects. The length scale at which a drop of liquid begins to flatten due to gravity is named for this object. The time needed for a liquid to flow between two points in one of them is used in certain forms of viscometry . An analyte is placed in one of them before being heated in a MEL-TEMP device to determine melting point. Due to the shape of these objects, surface tension and adhesive forces cause a namesake effect to form a meniscus. These items name an effect in which liquids may flow into them opposing the force of gravity, which is their namesake "action." For 10 points, name these extremely narrow tubes which share their name with very thin blood vessels."
"Electroosmotic flow occurs during a form of electrophoresis named for these objects."
-1
-1
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"Capillary"
"Capillary"
"capillary"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000012-first"
2,000,012
""
-1
"trickme"
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing."
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing. That project to classify Fano varieties has been called the [this] "of shapes." In a short story collection named for this thing, the author diverges from nonfiction in order to write of a primitive metallurgist and the populating of a remote island. Components of this thing all title stories in that collection by its author, Primo Levi. The first book in Simon Basher's science series is named for this thing, and it is grouped into eleven chapters, including one dedicated entirely to the first element of this item. For ten points, name this thing, the first published appearance of which was in the 1869 journal Zeitschrift für Chemie, which Dmitri Mendeleev constructed in order to identify trends in the chemical elements."
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing."
-1
-1
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"Periodic_table"
"Periodic_table"
"periodic_table"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000013-first"
2,000,013
""
-1
"trickme"
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing."
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing. That project to classify Fano varieties has been called the [this] "of shapes." In a short story collection named for this thing, the author diverges from nonfiction in order to write of a primitive metallurgist and the populating of a remote island. Components of this thing all title stories in that collection by its author, Primo Levi. The first book in Simon Basher's science series is named for this thing, and it is grouped into eleven chapters, much like the eleven groups of this thing. For ten points, name this thing, the first published appearance of which was in the 1869 journal Zeitschrift für Chemie, which Dmitri Mendeleev constructed in order to identify trends in the chemical elements."
"A project to classify mathematical "varieties" named for the founder of finite geometry has been named for this thing."
-1
-1
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"Periodic_table"
"Periodic_table"
"periodic_table"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000014-first"
2,000,014
""
-1
"trickme"
"Sir Jinx, a producer, was able to access a certain part of this city the second day of a violent event within it because of a conveniently timed truce between the Bloods and the Crips."
"Sir Jinx, a producer, was able to access a certain part of this city the second day of a violent event within it because of a conveniently timed truce between the Bloods and the Crips. Songs that came out of that event in this city included the star-studded “Get the Fist,” which featured rappers such as B-Real and MC Eiht. Another track inspired by that event in this city begins with audio of a man from the Matthew McDaniel documentary Birth of a Nation 4x29x92 about that event in this city, and in that audio, an enraged native of this city states that if the person he is addressing is not down with Africans in the United States or South Africa, he needs to step aside. Korean businesses were targeted during that event in this city, as protestors claimed they mistreated both Latino and African-American customers in their stores. For ten points, name this city in which riots were instigated by a not guilty verdict in a trial concerning the beating of Rodney King."
"Sir Jinx, a producer, was able to access a certain part of this city the second day of a violent event within it because of a conveniently timed truce between the Bloods and the Crips."
-1
-1
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"Los_Angeles"
"Los_Angeles"
"los_angeles"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000015-first"
2,000,015
""
-1
"trickme"
"This author wrote a take on the traditional story “Stone Soup” titled “The Third Ingredient,” which has been turned into a kinetic novel."
"This author wrote a take on the traditional story “Stone Soup” titled “The Third Ingredient,” which has been turned into a kinetic novel. This author created a character whose mixed-race girlfriend is named Tonia Perez and whose real last may be name Goodall. In addition to creating that character, the Cisco Kid, this author wrote a book set in a fictional South American country, which he described though the first use of term “banana republic.” In addition to that work, which takes its title from a Lewis Carroll poem, this author wrote about the kidnapping of a child who the abductors find so troublesome that they return him to his father. An account of a homeless person who wishes to be convicted in order to obtain shelter and another in which one character’s hair is described as so beautiful it would have caused jealousy from the a biblical queen appear in a collection by this author titled for the population of New York City. For ten points, name this author of “The Ransom of Red Chief,” “The Cop and the Anthem," and “The Gift of the Magi,” the latter two of which appear in his collection The Four Million."
"This author wrote a take on the traditional story “Stone Soup” titled “The Third Ingredient,” which has been turned into a kinetic novel."
-1
-1
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"O._Henry"
"O._Henry"
"o._henry"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000016-first"
2,000,016
""
-1
"trickme"
"This author wrote stories such as one in which Mr. Acton’s obsession with cleaning up his fingerprints all around the house of the man he murdered leads to his arrest; one which ends with Charles killing a colony of fire ants simply by brushing them with his foot; and one in which a farmer unwittingly ends up becoming the Grim Reaper."
"This author wrote stories such as one in which Mr. Acton’s obsession with cleaning up his fingerprints all around the house of the man he murdered leads to his arrest; one which ends with Charles killing a colony of fire ants simply by brushing them with his foot; and one in which a farmer unwittingly ends up becoming the Grim Reaper. Other stories by this author of include one in which a man discovers that constant communication leads to liberation, something a psychologist explores but does not take to heart, and one in which a sea creature tries to copulate with a lighthouse because it mistakes the noises it makes for a mating call. In one novel by this author, a carnival held in October includes attractions that make Miss Foley young but also totally blind, and one of the two organisers of that sinister carnival is literally killed with kindness and affection. This author wrote about Braling using a robot duplicate of himself as a stand-in in order to pursue his personal interests in “Marionettes, Inc.” and a story in which the only "character" is a robotic house whose owners have long since been destroyed by thermonuclear warfare. The most famous novel by this author features a protagonist who reads a Matthew Arnold poem aloud to his wife. For ten points, name this American science fiction author who wrote Something Wicked This Way Comes and "There Will Come Soft Rains" who described the exploits of the fireman Guy Montag in Fahrenheit 451."
"This author wrote stories such as one in which Mr. Acton’s obsession with cleaning up his fingerprints all around the house of the man he murdered leads to his arrest; one which ends with Charles killing a colony of fire ants simply by brushing them with his foot; and one in which a farmer unwittingly ends up becoming the Grim Reaper."
-1
-1
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false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000017-first"
2,000,017
""
-1
"trickme"
"This author’s short stories include one in which the main character is run over the six o’clock bus after performing a suggestive dance at a talent show and another which details the relationship between a widow and a young girl of the same name."
"This author’s short stories include one in which the main character is run over the six o’clock bus after performing a suggestive dance at a talent show and another which details the relationship between a widow and a young girl of the same name. In an early nonfiction work by this author, he finds a brown paper bag of anti-communists pamphlets in his hotel room; that work details the performance of a George Gershwin opera in the USSR and is titled for nine of Zeus' daughters being listened to. In one novel by this author, a teenage narrator searches for his now-disabled father, who he later finds out was shot by a "queer lady" he sees on a balcony. In another novel by this author, a half-Native-American character has a recurring dream of a bird taking him away to paradise, while in another, the character of Mr. Yunioshi photographs African masks. Alec Guinness portrays a blind butler in a motion picture that features this novelist, Murder by Death. For ten points, name this author who penned Other Voices, Other Rooms, In Cold Blood, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s."
"This author’s short stories include one in which the main character is run over the six o’clock bus after performing a suggestive dance at a talent show and another which details the relationship between a widow and a young girl of the same name."
-1
-1
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"Truman_Capote"
"Truman_Capote"
"truman_capote"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000019-first"
2,000,019
""
-1
"trickme"
"A rapper on the second verse of a song whose title mentions this city mentions how certain rappers without any skill are struggling to get 5 microphones in the magazine"
"A rapper on the second verse of a song whose title mentions this city mentions how certain rappers without any skill are struggling to get 5 microphones in the magazine The Source, while this rapper gets them easily, as evidenced by his group receiving scores of 5 and 4.5 on two of their previous records. That song that refers to this city in its title mentions how the music industry has lied to the rappers using the allegory of a weatherman being wrong. The song that mentions this city in its title has a first verse that mixes up gorillas with another ape, creating the entertaining but incorrect phrase “silverback orangutans,” and the song’s title, which mentions this city, was a phrase heard on the news by the rapper of that verse that he thought he could incorporate into a song well. The song’s chorus, which repeats the name of this city, may refer to Operation Desert Storm, something this group opposed, as it states that one should not use their weapon unless they are completely sure they are going to use it. For ten points, name this city, mentioned in an OutKast song in which the chorus repeats "Bombs Over [this city]," the capital of Iraq."
"A rapper on the second verse of a song whose title mentions this city mentions how certain rappers without any skill are struggling to get 5 microphones in the magazine"
-1
-1
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false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000020-first"
2,000,020
""
-1
"trickme"
"This work features a clarinet quartet for three-performer section that shares a name with both a French Cake and a reed pipe, "Danse des Mirltons.""
"This work features a clarinet quartet for three-performer section that shares a name with both a French Cake and a reed pipe, "Danse des Mirltons." That dance occurs in a portion of this work that follows a nautical journey by the main characters and internationally themed ones named for caffeinated drinks and candies. Those portions are performed during a dream sequence in a realm that features such fixtures as a palace made of jellybeans where a character who ends that act with a pax des deux gives a tour to the two main characters, one of whom attacks a large rodent in order to protect the other, a present given to her by her eccentric godfather. For 10 points, name this Hoffman-inspired ballet by Tchaikovsky."
"This work features a clarinet quartet for three-performer section that shares a name with both a French Cake and a reed pipe, "Danse des Mirltons.""
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 147 ], [ 148, 320 ], [ 321, 657 ], [ 658, 722 ] ]
"The_Nutcracker"
"The_Nutcracker"
"the_nutcracker"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000021-first"
2,000,021
""
-1
"trickme"
"It's nothing to do with gasoline or cooking, but a band partially named for this noun is fronted by an early candidate for the Australian Nuclear Disarmament Party."
"It's nothing to do with gasoline or cooking, but a band partially named for this noun is fronted by an early candidate for the Australian Nuclear Disarmament Party. That band, known for albums such as 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and Diesel and Dust, is fronted by Peter Garrett. The Commodores' first hit following Lionel Richie's departure with a song titled for working during this time in which they say "gonna be some sweet sounds coming down" during this general period of time. That song was written as a tribute to Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson. Both the Bay City Rollers and Elton John have written about the "Saturday" type of this general time, which the latter says is "Alright for Fighting." For ten points, name this general period of time that the Beatles sang about a "Hard Day's" version of."
"It's nothing to do with gasoline or cooking, but a band partially named for this noun is fronted by an early candidate for the Australian Nuclear Disarmament Party."
-1
-1
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"Night"
"Night"
"night"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000022-first"
2,000,022
""
-1
"trickme"
"This author’s only play, Politian, sets the Beauchamp–Sharp Tragedy in 16th Century Rome, and his longest poem is based upon stories from the Koran."
"This author’s only play, Politian, sets the Beauchamp–Sharp Tragedy in 16th Century Rome, and his longest poem is based upon stories from the Koran. This author's works include one in which a court jester convinces a king and his cabinet to dress as orangutans for a masquerade before setting them all on fire and escaping; one in which an injured narrator recounts the process of the creation of a portrait of an artist’s wife; and one in which a visitor to a mental institution is treated to a feast led by the patients of the facility, who he later finds out have tied up the staff and tortured them. This author, inspired by the "Great Moon Hoax," tried to convince the public that Monck Mason had travelled across the Atlantic ocean in a hot air balloon in only three days, but the story was quickly found out to be fabricated. Other works of short fiction by this author include one in which the narrator is tortured by the title strange devices as a victim of the Spanish Inquisition; one in which the narrator's family crest involves a foot crushing a snake, explaining the mistreatment of his wine-loving adversary; and one in which a prince and his guests confront a personification of disease, ending in their demise. For ten points, name this author of works such as “The Cask of Amontillado,” “The Masque of the Red Death,” and “The Pit and the Pendulum.”"
"This author’s only play, Politian, sets the Beauchamp–Sharp Tragedy in 16th Century Rome, and his longest poem is based upon stories from the Koran."
-1
-1
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"Edgar_Allan_Poe"
"Edgar_Allan_Poe"
"edgar_allan_poe"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000023-first"
2,000,023
""
-1
"trickme"
"One member of the Utopian form of this school of thought, Charles Fourier, is noted for positing that the "seas would turn to lemonade" if the world adapted this ideology."
"One member of the Utopian form of this school of thought, Charles Fourier, is noted for positing that the "seas would turn to lemonade" if the world adapted this ideology. The scientific form of this ideology was revolutionized by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. The Labour Parties of the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand all claim to follow this ideology. Name this ideology, the democratic form of which is followed by Bernie Sanders and the SPUSA."
"One member of the Utopian form of this school of thought, Charles Fourier, is noted for positing that the "seas would turn to lemonade" if the world adapted this ideology."
-1
-1
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"Socialism"
"Socialism"
"socialism"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000024-first"
2,000,024
""
-1
"trickme"
"One feature of this programming language is RAII, which stands for Resource Allocation is Initialization."
"One feature of this programming language is RAII, which stands for Resource Allocation is Initialization. This language, developed by Bjarne Stroustrup, got its name from its designed purpose of being an extension of a language co-developed by Dennis Ritchie. Name this programming language one increment above C."
"One feature of this programming language is RAII, which stands for Resource Allocation is Initialization."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 105 ], [ 106, 259 ], [ 260, 313 ] ]
"C++"
"C++"
"c++"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000025-first"
2,000,025
""
-1
"trickme"
"This man was given the epithet Kanuni, meaning lawgiver, for his efforts to organize his Empire’s legal codes."
"This man was given the epithet Kanuni, meaning lawgiver, for his efforts to organize his Empire’s legal codes. This ruler won a pyrrhic victory of the Knights Hospitaller, forcing them out of Rhodes and resettling them in Malta. This man was accompanied by his closest advisor and friend (*) Ibrahim on his invasion of Eastern Europe. This man’s wife, Roxelana, convinced him to kill his son Mustafa for trying to usurp the throne. FTP, name this 16th-century Sultan of the Ottoman Empire."
"This man was given the epithet Kanuni, meaning lawgiver, for his efforts to organize his Empire’s legal codes."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 110 ], [ 111, 228 ], [ 229, 334 ], [ 335, 431 ], [ 432, 489 ] ]
"Suleiman_the_Magnificent"
"Suleiman_the_Magnificent"
"suleiman_the_magnificent"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000026-first"
2,000,026
""
-1
"trickme"
"The first part of one of this man’s works criticizes the right to rule by descent by arguing that descent from Adam could not be historically reasoned."
"The first part of one of this man’s works criticizes the right to rule by descent by arguing that descent from Adam could not be historically reasoned. That refutation by this man was enacted as legal truth in his home country in 1688. In the second part of that work, this man defines political power as the right of making Laws with Penalties of Death. This man’s An Essay Concerning Human (*) Understanding argued that the human mind was a “Tabula Rasa” upon which knowledge was imprinted. FTP, name this 17th century English political philosopher whose Two Treatises on Government inspired the ideas of the American Revolution."
"The first part of one of this man’s works criticizes the right to rule by descent by arguing that descent from Adam could not be historically reasoned."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 151 ], [ 152, 235 ], [ 236, 354 ], [ 355, 391 ], [ 392, 395 ], [ 396, 492 ], [ 493, 631 ] ]
"John_Locke"
"John_Locke"
"john_locke"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000027-first"
2,000,027
""
-1
"trickme"
"The forces of Theobald Wolfe Tone were defeated at the Battle of Vinegar Hill in this country."
"The forces of Theobald Wolfe Tone were defeated at the Battle of Vinegar Hill in this country. This country saw the graveside oration delivered by Patrick Pearse. The Easter Rising occurred in the capital city of this country, which was a dependency of the British Empire until 1922. FTP, name this country in the British Isles with capital at Dublin."
"The forces of Theobald Wolfe Tone were defeated at the Battle of Vinegar Hill in this country."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 94 ], [ 95, 162 ], [ 163, 283 ], [ 284, 351 ] ]
"Ireland"
"Ireland"
"ireland"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000028-first"
2,000,028
""
-1
"trickme"
"The title subject in a poem by this author is observed as wearing a “kingly crown” and bearing a mark that reads “I AM GOD, AND KING, AND LAW!”"
"The title subject in a poem by this author is observed as wearing a “kingly crown” and bearing a mark that reads “I AM GOD, AND KING, AND LAW!” That poem, “The Mask of Anarchy” was a response by this poet to the Peterloo Massacre. This man beat out Horace Smith in a poetry competition with a submission that included “The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed;” Another poem by this man ask “If Winter comes (*) can Spring be far behind?” FTP name this English Romantic poet of “Ode to the West Wind” who wrote: “Look on my Works ye Mighty, and despair!” in “Ozymandias”."
"The title subject in a poem by this author is observed as wearing a “kingly crown” and bearing a mark that reads “I AM GOD, AND KING, AND LAW!”"
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 143 ], [ 144, 230 ], [ 231, 446 ], [ 447, 562 ], [ 563, 579 ] ]
"Percy_Bysshe_Shelley"
"Percy_Bysshe_Shelley"
"percy_bysshe_shelley"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000029-first"
2,000,029
""
-1
"trickme"
"This field experienced setbacks in 1974 and the late 1980s which are called this fields “winters”."
"This field experienced setbacks in 1974 and the late 1980s which are called this fields “winters”. The problem of representation in this field was first identified by John McCarthy in 1969. One metric of success in this field is the mimicking of (*) human behavior which is measured by the creation passing the “Turing Test”. FTP name this field of computer science designed to allow machines to exhibit critical reasoning skills comparable to that of humans."
"This field experienced setbacks in 1974 and the late 1980s which are called this fields “winters”."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 98 ], [ 99, 189 ], [ 190, 325 ], [ 326, 459 ] ]
"Artificial_intelligence"
"Artificial_intelligence"
"artificial_intelligence"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000030-first"
2,000,030
""
-1
"trickme"
"This man was forced by his father to sign a blood oath following the Roman annexation of Sicily to “Never be a friend to Rome”."
"This man was forced by his father to sign a blood oath following the Roman annexation of Sicily to “Never be a friend to Rome”. This manescaped capture by Quintus Fabius Maximus in Ager Falernus after ravaging the Italian countryside for over 10 years. This man used double envelopment tactics to win at the Battle of (*) Cannae. The invasion of Scipio Africanus led to this man being recalled to his home city after which he would finally fall at the Battle of Zama. FTP name this Carthaginian general of the 2nd Punic War who famously led war elephants across the Alps in winter."
"This man was forced by his father to sign a blood oath following the Roman annexation of Sicily to “Never be a friend to Rome”."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 127 ], [ 128, 252 ], [ 253, 329 ], [ 330, 467 ], [ 468, 581 ] ]
"Hannibal"
"Hannibal"
"hannibal"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000031-first"
2,000,031
""
-1
"trickme"
"This group’s name is mentioned in the title of an Ice Cube album."
"This group’s name is mentioned in the title of an Ice Cube album. On that album's title track, the artist compares himself to Superman and mentions that people need to watch their back when patrolling areas known for gang violence. A member of this group gained 32% of the vote in the Louisiana gubernatorial election in the same year the Rodney King beating happened. Boosted by the sampling of the track by Salt-N-Pepa, Linda Lyndell performed “What A Man,” which she had recorded in 1968, for the first time live in 2003, something that had been prevented by threats from members of this group. XXXTentacion received threats from members of this group after his music video for “Look at Me”, and Kodak Black danced in front of imagery often used by this group in his video for “Tunnel Vision.” For ten points, name this racist organization founded by Nathan Bedford Forrest that often threatens black people and sometimes white people trying to perform their music, known for their white hoods."
"This group’s name is mentioned in the title of an Ice Cube album."
-1
-1
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"Ku_Klux_Klan"
"Ku_Klux_Klan"
"ku_klux_klan"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000032-first"
2,000,032
""
-1
"trickme"
"A song about this subject features both a female duo called Menajahtwa [“Ménage à Trois” or men-AJ-a-TWAH] and the Atban Klann, a precursor to the Black Eyed Peas, and starts with a child’s Uncle Dolamite asking her to give him a kiss."
"A song about this subject features both a female duo called Menajahtwa [“Ménage à Trois” or men-AJ-a-TWAH] and the Atban Klann, a precursor to the Black Eyed Peas, and starts with a child’s Uncle Dolamite asking her to give him a kiss."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 235 ], [ 236, 433 ], [ 434, 603 ], [ 604, 895 ], [ 896, 1048 ] ]
"Christmas"
"Christmas"
"christmas"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000033-first"
2,000,033
""
-1
"trickme"
"One rapper with this trait is the founder of a New Orleans-based genre known as “bounce music” and is known for tracks such as “Dangerous”; that artist’s name is Big Freedia."
"One rapper with this trait is the founder of a New Orleans-based genre known as “bounce music” and is known for tracks such as “Dangerous”; that artist’s name is Big Freedia. One artist with this trait, Deadlee, has released songs such as “Good Soldier” and has moved away from Goth rap to focus more on lyrics about race, class, and police brutality. One artist, who was claimed by the Chicago Reader to be “The Next Up in Chicago,” revealed that he has this trait on his twenty-first birthday, while another discussed having this trait on the album American Boyfriend. A person with this trait revealed that he had it onstage after mentioning his status as a fashion icon, while another revealed he had it on an album which starts with a song entitled “Forward.” For ten points, name this trait of rappers such as Kevin Abstract, iLoveMakonnen, and Tyler the Creator, who revealed he had it on Flower Boy by rapping “I’ve been kissing white boys since 2004.”"
"One rapper with this trait is the founder of a New Orleans-based genre known as “bounce music” and is known for tracks such as “Dangerous”; that artist’s name is Big Freedia."
-1
-1
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"Gay"
"Gay"
"gay"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000034-first"
2,000,034
""
-1
"trickme"
"One of the first instances of a flow named for a grouping of this many occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.”"
"One of the first instances of a flow named for a grouping of this many occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.” Tommy Wright III describes his son coming “inside my place” in his song “Gangsta Forever” in that flow named for a grouping of this many, while Lord Infamous describes, “sippin’ on six murdered ministers” on the track “Sleep” with it. With roots in African rhythms, the flow named after a grouping of this many has often been used to emphasize emotion, such as in “All We Got” when Chance the Rapper asserts, “It was a dream, you could not mess with the Beam.” A track that reinvigorated a flow named after a grouping of this many was remixed by Drake, to which he added lyrics such as “Born in Toronto but sometimes I feel like Atlanta adopted us” to that brand-oriented song. For ten points, name this number which, in the hip-hip world, has recently been associated with the "flow" of the song “Versace” and is often used by Migos, in which one beat is divided into this many notes instead of the usual two or four."
"One of the first instances of a flow named for a grouping of this many occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.”"
-1
-1
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"3"
"3"
"3"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000035-first"
2,000,035
""
-1
"trickme"
"One of the first instances of this occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.”"
"One of the first instances of this occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.” Tommy Wright III describes his son coming “inside my place” in his song “Gangsta Forever” in this style while Lord Infamous describes, “sippin’ on six murdered ministers” on the track “Sleep” in this manner. With roots in African rhythms, this style of rapping has often been used to emphasize emotion, such as in “All We Got” when Chance the Rapper asserts, “It was a dream, you could not mess with the Beam.” A track that reinvigorated this style of rapping was remixed by Drake, to which he added lyrics such as “Born in Toronto but sometimes I feel like Atlanta adopted us” to that brand-oriented song. For ten points, name this flow associated in recent times with the song “Versace” and often used by Migos, in which one beat is divided into three notes instead of the usual two or four."
"One of the first instances of this occurs in the song “Small Time Hustlers” when the Dismasters accuse their subject’s so-called posse of “plotting and scheming to get them some Scotty.”"
-1
-1
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"3"
"3"
"3"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000036-first"
2,000,036
""
-1
"trickme"
"Marjorie Frost Fraser wrote a poem titled for this country, in which she states that those who have not heard a song about it “are leaving out of all account the voice of birds."
"Marjorie Frost Fraser wrote a poem titled for this country, in which she states that those who have not heard a song about it “are leaving out of all account the voice of birds.” Robert Bly wrote about the “Confusion of” this country, mentioning “the Assyrian lions blaz[ing] above the soybean fields,” while a poem by Tony Hoagland about this country mentions that “it seems to be your own hand/which turns the volume higher”. A poem titled for this country mentions “A grand, sane, towering, seated Mother/chair’d in the adamant of Time” and appeals to a commonly cited ideal of this country by mentioning “equal daughters, equal sons.” This country titles a poem in which the speaker says that it “feeds [him] bread of bitterness” and refers to it as a “cultured hell.” For ten points, name this country that titles poems by Walt Whitman and Claude McKay and that Langston Hughes declares that “[he,] too,” sings."
"Marjorie Frost Fraser wrote a poem titled for this country, in which she states that those who have not heard a song about it “are leaving out of all account the voice of birds."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 177 ], [ 177, 178 ], [ 179, 427 ], [ 428, 637 ], [ 637, 772 ], [ 773, 916 ] ]
"United_States"
"United_States"
"united_states"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000037-first"
2,000,037
""
-1
"trickme"
"One of the two most recent holders of this government position in America mentions that his “surgery is criminal” in “Grafik” while the other mentions a boy and his sister “let[ting] loose at once” at “5pm on the nose” in “The Universe as Primal Scream."
"One of the two most recent holders of this government position in America mentions that his “surgery is criminal” in “Grafik” while the other mentions a boy and his sister “let[ting] loose at once” at “5pm on the nose” in “The Universe as Primal Scream.” Those recent holders of this position are Juan Felipe Herrera and Tracy K. Smith. People who hold this position in the US receive a stipend to continue their work endowed by a gift from Archer M. Huntington. Other people who have served in this position in the US, which has an office administered by the Centre for the Book, include an author who mentions “frail, illegal fire balloons appear[ing]” in “The Armadillo” and one who mentions “pool players” at the “Golden Shovel” who “die soon” in “We Real Cool.” Holders of this position in the US, former ones of which include Elizabeth Bishop and Gwendolyn Brooks, are appointed by a figure who also awards the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. For ten points, name this position that, in the US, helps the Library of Congress to promote the reading of and writing of works by authors who sometimes use rhyme and metre."
"One of the two most recent holders of this government position in America mentions that his “surgery is criminal” in “Grafik” while the other mentions a boy and his sister “let[ting] loose at once” at “5pm on the nose” in “The Universe as Primal Scream."
-1
-1
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"Poet_laureate"
"Poet_laureate"
"poet_laureate"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000038-first"
2,000,038
""
-1
"trickme"
"This work, reinterpreted by Peter Straub into the story “Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff,” mentions the Joseph Priestly work The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity, which the narrator says “induce[s] a salutary feeling."
"This work, reinterpreted by Peter Straub into the story “Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff,” mentions the Joseph Priestly work The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity, which the narrator says “induce[s] a salutary feeling.” The narrator mentions that the main setting of this work is divided into two parts by a glass wall, and one character, who shares his name with an Anatolian country, asks the narrator if he should “black [the] eyes” of the title character. After attending the Trinity Church one Sunday, the narrator finds the title character in his place of business and describes him as “Marius brooding among the ruins of Carthage” before commenting on the fact that he and the narrator shared a “fraternal melancholy” as “sons of Adam.” When that perhaps depressed title character dies in the Halls of Justice, the narrator says that he sleeps “with kings and counsellors” and compares him to humanity. For ten points, name this “story of Wall Street” whose title character, formerly employed at the Dead Letter Office, repeatedly states “I would prefer not to.”"
"This work, reinterpreted by Peter Straub into the story “Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff,” mentions the Joseph Priestly work The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity, which the narrator says “induce[s] a salutary feeling."
-1
-1
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"Bartleby,_the_Scrivener"
"Bartleby,_the_Scrivener"
"bartleby,_the_scrivener"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000039-first"
2,000,039
""
-1
"trickme"
"One ambulance driver during this conflict wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr."
"One ambulance driver during this conflict wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr. Another ambulance driver during this conflict chronicled the lives of many authors of the Lost Generation, including himself, in his memoir Exile's Return. In addition to Harry Crosby and Malcolm Cowley, another ambulance driver during this conflict wrote about characters such as stenographer Janey Williams and actress Margo Dowling in the novels The 42nd Parallel, 1919, and The Big Money, all of which comprise his USA Trilogy. A friend of that author, also was an ambulance driver during this conflict, wrote about a person who “sang his didn’t” and “danced his did” in the poem “anyone lived in a pretty how town." Those writers were John Dos Passos and e e cummings. Another ambulance driver during this conflict wrote the posthumously published memoir A Moveable Feast, while another wrote The Making of Americans and the deceptively named Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. That author drove ambulances during this conflict because of her inability to perform in a more active role in this conflict due to her gender. For ten points, name this conflict, in which authors such as Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein transported soldiers who were wounded or had contracted sicknesses such as the Spanish Flu."
"One ambulance driver during this conflict wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr."
-1
-1
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"World_War_I"
"World_War_I"
"world_war_i"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000040-first"
2,000,040
""
-1
"trickme"
"People associated with this movement include one who asked “who were the Lion Men that walked in my dreams?"
"People associated with this movement include one who asked “who were the Lion Men that walked in my dreams?” at the beginning of his poem “The Child” and one who wrote of “the sandpipers/white and black” in “Invocation and Theophany”; both of those poets often presented at the Six Gallery reading. Another poet from this movement mentioned a “white god haunting Indian dreams” in his poem “Beatitudes Visuales Mexicanas” and published the collection A Coney Island of the Mind. The musical duo who performs "Do It Again" got their name from a steam-powered adult item in a novel by an author associated with this literary movement. Another author associated with this movement wrote a novel in which one character eats only apple pie and ice cream, and a character from that novel, Carlo Marx, represents a poet associated with this movement who wrote about how everything is holy in the footnote to his most famous poem, which mentions “angelheaded hipsters” and repeats the line “I’m with you in Rockland.” For ten points, name this countercultural, San-Francisco-based literary movement, authors of which include William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, and Allen Ginsberg."
"People associated with this movement include one who asked “who were the Lion Men that walked in my dreams?"
-1
-1
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"Beat_Generation"
"Beat_Generation"
"beat_generation"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000041-first"
2,000,041
""
-1
"trickme"
"One writer who held this job wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr.; another writer who held this job chronicled the lives of many authors of the Lost Generation, including himself, in his memoir Exile's Return."
"One writer who held this job wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr.; another writer who held this job chronicled the lives of many authors of the Lost Generation, including himself, in his memoir Exile's Return. In addition to Harry Crosby and Malcolm Cowley, another author who held this job wrote about characters such as stenographer Janey Williams and actress Margo Dowling in the novels The 42nd Parallel, 1919, and The Big Money, all of which comprise his USA Trilogy. A friend of that author wrote about a person who “sang his didn’t” and “danced his did” in the poem “anyone lived in a pretty how town”; that author, e e cummings, and John Dos Passos, his friend, performed this job soon after graduating from Harvard. One author who had this job wrote the posthumously published memoir A Moveable Feast, while another author who held this job wrote The Making of Americans and the deceptively named Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas about her lover; that author held this job because of her inability to perform in a more active role due to her gender, as did authors who were too young or old to do so. For ten points, name this job held by authors such as Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein in which they transported soldiers who were wounded or had contracted sicknesses such as the Spanish Flu."
"One writer who held this job wrote of “bring[ing] the fragment/of my prayer” to the “Moon of the Unrevealed” and was the nephew of J.P. Morgan Jr.; another writer who held this job chronicled the lives of many authors of the Lost Generation, including himself, in his memoir Exile's Return."
-1
-1
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"World_War_I"
"World_War_I"
"world_war_i"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000042-first"
2,000,042
""
-1
"trickme"
"It is tall and huge. It comes from the ancient world. It looks triangular."
"It is tall and huge. It comes from the ancient world. It looks triangular. We don't know how it was built."
"It is tall and huge. It comes from the ancient world. It looks triangular."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 74 ], [ 75, 106 ] ]
"Pyramid"
"Pyramid"
"pyramid"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000043-first"
2,000,043
""
-1
"trickme"
"A poisonous herbaceous plant native to Europe and North Africa, that has a green stem streaked with red or purple."
"A poisonous herbaceous plant native to Europe and North Africa, that has a green stem streaked with red or purple. When ingested this plant disrupts the workings of the central nervous system and can be lethal to both humans and livestock. In ancient Greece, this poisonous plant was commonly used to kill prisoners. Finally, what poisonous plant did Socrates consume upon being condemned to die?"
"A poisonous herbaceous plant native to Europe and North Africa, that has a green stem streaked with red or purple."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 114 ], [ 115, 239 ], [ 240, 316 ], [ 317, 396 ] ]
"Conium_maculatum"
"Conium_maculatum"
"hemlock"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000044-first"
2,000,044
""
-1
"trickme"
"Sequence prediction attacks can be prevented in this protocol by choosing random initial sequence numbers in three way handshakes conducted by SYN and ACK packets."
"Sequence prediction attacks can be prevented in this protocol by choosing random initial sequence numbers in three way handshakes conducted by SYN and ACK packets. The urgent pointer in this protocol marks data to be processed immediately. This protocol offers higher accuracy, but also higher latency, in contrast to (*) the User Datagram Protocol. For 10 points, name this network transport protocol commonly paired with IP."
"Sequence prediction attacks can be prevented in this protocol by choosing random initial sequence numbers in three way handshakes conducted by SYN and ACK packets."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 163 ], [ 164, 239 ], [ 240, 349 ], [ 350, 426 ] ]
"Transmission_Control_Protocol"
"Transmission_Control_Protocol"
"tcp"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000045-first"
2,000,045
""
-1
"trickme"
"This Athenian Philosopher assisted in laying the foundation of Western philosophy."
"This Athenian Philosopher assisted in laying the foundation of Western philosophy. The student of Socrates and teacher of Aristotle is famous for his many allegories such as The Allegory of The Cave. Who is the Greek philosopher, author of The Republic?"
"This Athenian Philosopher assisted in laying the foundation of Western philosophy."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 82 ], [ 83, 199 ], [ 200, 253 ] ]
"Plato"
"Plato"
"plato"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000046-first"
2,000,046
""
-1
"trickme"
"The oldest veteran of the Crimean War was one of these animals."
"The oldest veteran of the Crimean War was one of these animals. That specimen, Timothy, recently died at Powderham Castle. In Chinese folklore, a black one of these animals, along with a snake, symbolizes longevity. According to Terry Prachetts's Discworld series, Discworld floats through space ont he back of one of these animals. A popular anti-Embargo Act cartoon depicts one of these animals named O-grab-me. For then points, name this hard shelled animal of the order Testudines."
"The oldest veteran of the Crimean War was one of these animals."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 63 ], [ 64, 122 ], [ 123, 215 ], [ 216, 332 ], [ 333, 413 ], [ 414, 485 ] ]
"Turtle"
"Turtle"
"turtle"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000047-first"
2,000,047
""
-1
"trickme"
"Layers of enamel, topped by black, on a dark blue background symbolizing the sky in this artist's Reflection of Big Dipper."
"Layers of enamel, topped by black, on a dark blue background symbolizing the sky in this artist's Reflection of Big Dipper. In a 1999 study, Richard Taylor named this painter's style as fractals expressionism. He's known for adding foreign materials to his work such as sand or glass shards, the latter can be seen on Blue Poles. For 10 points--name this painter who painted Full Fathom Five and known as "Jack The Dripper"?"
"Layers of enamel, topped by black, on a dark blue background symbolizing the sky in this artist's Reflection of Big Dipper."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 123 ], [ 124, 209 ], [ 210, 329 ], [ 330, 424 ] ]
"Jackson_Pollock"
"Jackson_Pollock"
"jackson_pollock"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000048-first"
2,000,048
""
-1
"trickme"
"A constitution enacted in 1889 forbids female from assuming this role, despite eight female have before."
"A constitution enacted in 1889 forbids female from assuming this role, despite eight female have before. In 1932, a Korean tried to assassinate with a grenade the then-holder of this position who assumed the Chrysanthemum Throne. This position’s divinity is denied by a 1946 speech known as Humanity Declaration. For 10 points--identify this position which was “restored” by Meiji."
"A constitution enacted in 1889 forbids female from assuming this role, despite eight female have before."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 104 ], [ 105, 229 ], [ 230, 312 ], [ 313, 381 ] ]
"Emperor_of_Japan"
"Emperor_of_Japan"
"emperor_of_japan"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000049-first"
2,000,049
""
-1
"trickme"
"This ruler stole the bride from Piso's wedding feast before he married her, allegedly, in Romulus' style."
"This ruler stole the bride from Piso's wedding feast before he married her, allegedly, in Romulus' style. Initiated by his predecessor who was also his great uncle, he concluded the restoration of Theather of Pompey. To proof Thrasyllus wrong, he crossed a pontoon bridge on his horse Inciatus. Nicknamed "little boots"--for 10 points--which Roman Emperor was the son of Gorbanicus and was known to be insane."
"This ruler stole the bride from Piso's wedding feast before he married her, allegedly, in Romulus' style."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 105 ], [ 106, 216 ], [ 217, 294 ], [ 295, 409 ] ]
"Caligula"
"Caligula"
"caligula"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000050-first"
2,000,050
""
-1
"trickme"
"In 1809, it cost lives to build a 600 miles road in this island connecting two ends of this island, Anyer and Panarukan, known as The Great Post Road."
"In 1809, it cost lives to build a 600 miles road in this island connecting two ends of this island, Anyer and Panarukan, known as The Great Post Road. Located on The Ring of Fire, this island is home to Mount Merapi where a study said its eruption buried the world largest Buddhist temple also in this island, Borobudur. Located on the east of Sumatera--for 10 points--what island hosts the capital of Indonesia, Jakarta."
"In 1809, it cost lives to build a 600 miles road in this island connecting two ends of this island, Anyer and Panarukan, known as The Great Post Road."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 150 ], [ 151, 320 ], [ 321, 421 ] ]
"Java"
"Java"
"java"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000051-first"
2,000,051
""
-1
"trickme"
"After losing all but five participating soldiers in an attack, this ruler pulled a night ambush with the help of Okubo Tadayo to survive the Battle of Mikatagahara."
"After losing all but five participating soldiers in an attack, this ruler pulled a night ambush with the help of Okubo Tadayo to survive the Battle of Mikatagahara. His father allowed him to be killed to prove his father’s allegiance to Imagawa. This ally of Oda Nobunaga defeated the forces of Ishida Mitsunari in the Battle of Sekigahara. For 10 points---name this founder of Japan's final shogunate"
"After losing all but five participating soldiers in an attack, this ruler pulled a night ambush with the help of Okubo Tadayo to survive the Battle of Mikatagahara."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 164 ], [ 165, 245 ], [ 246, 340 ], [ 341, 401 ] ]
"Tokugawa_Ieyasu"
"Tokugawa_Ieyasu"
"tokugawa_ieyasu"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000052-first"
2,000,052
""
-1
"trickme"
"This is the sometimes sophomoric but always hilarious act of pulling down the rear of one's pants and displaying one's nude buttocks to another person, often an unsuspecting stranger, sometimes from a moving vehicle."
"This is the sometimes sophomoric but always hilarious act of pulling down the rear of one's pants and displaying one's nude buttocks to another person, often an unsuspecting stranger, sometimes from a moving vehicle. Only twelve people have ever been to this location, though some people believe their visit was faked. This is both the name and setting of a movie in which Sam Rockwell's character overcomes profound existential crises by, among other things, defeating his newly discovered clone in ping-pong. The Pink Floyd album with cover art that features light refracting through a prism is called the dark side of this."
"This is the sometimes sophomoric but always hilarious act of pulling down the rear of one's pants and displaying one's nude buttocks to another person, often an unsuspecting stranger, sometimes from a moving vehicle."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 216 ], [ 217, 318 ], [ 319, 510 ], [ 511, 626 ] ]
"Moon"
"Moon"
"moon"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000053-first"
2,000,053
""
-1
"trickme"
"The stability of these systems can be characterized by the ratio of two forms of pressure; that ratio is symbolized beta."
"The stability of these systems can be characterized by the ratio of two forms of pressure; that ratio is symbolized beta. The product of Boltzmann's constant, temperature, and number density gives these systems' namesake pressure. When these systems are subject to a tension force proportional to "B dot grad B," they can be compressed into "pinches," according to ideal MHD. These substances are confined at very high temperatures and densities in a torus-shaped device called a tokamak to perform nuclear fusion. Natural examples of these substances include the aurora borealis, the ionosphere, and lightning. For 10 points, name these ionized gases usually considered the fourth state of matter."
"The stability of these systems can be characterized by the ratio of two forms of pressure; that ratio is symbolized beta."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 121 ], [ 122, 230 ], [ 231, 375 ], [ 376, 514 ], [ 515, 611 ], [ 612, 698 ] ]
"Plasma_(physics)"
"Plasma_(physics)"
"plasma_(physics)"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000054-first"
2,000,054
""
-1
"trickme"
"This compound and water are produced in a process found in Brocadia and other bacteria with distinctive ladderane lipids."
"This compound and water are produced in a process found in Brocadia and other bacteria with distinctive ladderane lipids. This gas is produced in a specialized organelle with a riboplasm and paryphoplasm, which is known as the anammoxosome. Oxygen often interferes with the reduction of this element, which can be alleviated by leghemoglobin. An enzyme that reduces this compound relies on an iron molybdenum cofactor found in the legume-associating Rhizobium bacteria. Diazotrophs can aid "fixation" of this compound and convert it to ammonia. This element, phosphorus, and potassium are the major ingredients of fertilizers. For 10 points, name this gas, central to a biogeochemical cycle, which makes up the majority of the atmosphere."
"This compound and water are produced in a process found in Brocadia and other bacteria with distinctive ladderane lipids."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 121 ], [ 122, 240 ], [ 241, 342 ], [ 343, 469 ], [ 470, 544 ], [ 545, 626 ], [ 627, 738 ] ]
"Nitrogen"
"Nitrogen"
"nitrogen"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000055-first"
2,000,055
""
-1
"trickme"
"Klystrons are primarily used as sources of this phenomenon, which is used to stimulate transitions created by the Zeeman effect in electron spin resonance."
"Klystrons are primarily used as sources of this phenomenon, which is used to stimulate transitions created by the Zeeman effect in electron spin resonance. Cavity magnetrons produce this phenomenon. OH and CH radicals in molecular clouds serve as sources of this kind of radiation from space. Charles Townes invented a device which uses rotational transitions in molecules of ammonia to produce a coherent beam of this kind of radiation via stimulated emission. Molecules with a high dipole moment, such as water, are excellent absorbers of this kind of radiation, allowing this radiation to be used in dielectric heating. For 10 points--name this radiation with wavelengths between infrared and radio waves used to efficiently reheat food."
"Klystrons are primarily used as sources of this phenomenon, which is used to stimulate transitions created by the Zeeman effect in electron spin resonance."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 155 ], [ 156, 198 ], [ 199, 292 ], [ 293, 461 ], [ 462, 622 ], [ 623, 740 ] ]
"Microwave_oven"
"Microwave_oven"
"microwave_oven"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000056-first"
2,000,056
""
-1
"trickme"
"Mutation of the HFE gene can cause this element to build up in the body."
"Mutation of the HFE gene can cause this element to build up in the body. The protein conalbumin, from egg whites, binds to this element. Regulation of this element is controlled by stem loops known as this element's namesake response element. The enzyme that converts citrate to isocitrate contains a central cluster that has four atoms of this metal. Aconitase is a member of a family of proteins named for this element and sulfur. Cytochromes and catalase contain a prosthetic group in which this metal coordinates with a tetrapyrrole ring to help bind oxygen. This element, which is transported by transferrin and ferritin, is deficient in the most common type of anemia. For 10 points, name this metal that is found in the heme group of hemoglobin."
"Mutation of the HFE gene can cause this element to build up in the body."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 72 ], [ 73, 136 ], [ 137, 242 ], [ 243, 351 ], [ 352, 432 ], [ 433, 562 ], [ 563, 674 ], [ 675, 752 ] ]
"Iron"
"Iron"
"iron"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000057-first"
2,000,057
""
-1
"trickme"
"This male figure requires a character who has undergone 80 ordeals to undergo one more ordeal on his way home to experience the "nine nines."
"This male figure requires a character who has undergone 80 ordeals to undergo one more ordeal on his way home to experience the "nine nines." A character visits this figure's home on Vulture Peak to request his help in subduing a six-eared macaque. This figure punishes his second disciple, the Golden Cicada, with reincarnation after he sleeps during this man's sermon. A character graffitis and urinates on a bronze pillar that turns out to be this man's finger, after which this man imprisons that character, the Monkey King, under a mountain for 500 years. Near the end of a novel, this man gives scriptures to the monk Tang Sanzang, who is a reincarnation of a follower of this man. For 10 points, name this religious figure whose realm is the goal of the Journey to the West."
"This male figure requires a character who has undergone 80 ordeals to undergo one more ordeal on his way home to experience the "nine nines."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 140 ], [ 140, 248 ], [ 249, 370 ], [ 371, 560 ], [ 561, 687 ], [ 688, 781 ] ]
"Gautama_Buddha"
"Gautama_Buddha"
"gautama_buddha"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000058-first"
2,000,058
""
-1
"trickme"
"NMR samples with this property have significant anisotropic effects, while in samples without this property, the anisotropies cancel out."
"NMR samples with this property have significant anisotropic effects, while in samples without this property, the anisotropies cancel out. Hermann-Mauguin notation may be used to characterize samples with this property into one of 230 space groups. Objects with this property were modeled as a network of quantum harmonic oscillators by Albert Einstein. The Laue method analyzes samples with this property which have been ground to a powder, after which their Bragg scattering is analyzed. Dislocations and vacancies are defects that may be found in materials with this property. X-ray diffraction analyzes materials with this property that possess long-range order, unlike amorphous materials. For 10 points--name these solids that form a repeating lattice structure."
"NMR samples with this property have significant anisotropic effects, while in samples without this property, the anisotropies cancel out."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 137 ], [ 138, 247 ], [ 248, 352 ], [ 353, 488 ], [ 489, 578 ], [ 579, 693 ], [ 694, 767 ] ]
"Crystal"
"Crystal"
"crystal"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000059-first"
2,000,059
""
-1
"trickme"
"ASS syndrome is caused by an autoimmune reaction to enzymes that modify a hydroxyl group on these molecules."
"ASS syndrome is caused by an autoimmune reaction to enzymes that modify a hydroxyl group on these molecules. In bacteria, unloaded examples of these molecules can trigger the stringent response by signaling amino acid starvation. Tetracyclines prevent the binding of these molecules. A molecule of pseudouridine is found on the T-psi-C arm of these molecules. The five-prime ends of these molecules can participate in wobble pairing. Elongation factors assist in the binding of these molecules to the A site. These cloverleaf-shaped molecules are ligated with amino acids before they are transported to the ribosome. For 10 points, name these molecules whose anticodons bind to mRNAs during translation."
"ASS syndrome is caused by an autoimmune reaction to enzymes that modify a hydroxyl group on these molecules."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 108 ], [ 109, 229 ], [ 230, 283 ], [ 284, 359 ], [ 360, 433 ], [ 434, 508 ], [ 509, 616 ], [ 617, 703 ] ]
"Transfer_RNA"
"Transfer_RNA"
"transfer_rna"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000060-first"
2,000,060
""
-1
"trickme"
""Vsye schastliviye semi poxozhi droog na drooga," so begins this famous novel by Russia's favorite author about love and marriage."
""Vsye schastliviye semi poxozhi droog na drooga," so begins this famous novel by Russia's favorite author about love and marriage."
""Vsye schastliviye semi poxozhi droog na drooga," so begins this famous novel by Russia's favorite author about love and marriage."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 130 ] ]
"Anna_Karenina"
"Anna_Karenina"
"anna_karenina"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000061-first"
2,000,061
""
-1
"trickme"
"An interference pattern created by the reflection of light between two surfaces is called this physicist’s “rings.”"
"An interference pattern created by the reflection of light between two surfaces is called this physicist’s “rings.” His 1704 book Opticks demonstrates how color arises from the reflection of components of white light. He names a law relating the rate of (*) heat loss to the surrounding temperature, called his law of cooling. Another law named for this man is an inverse-square law describing a force between two masses; that is his law of universal gravitation. His second law states that F=ma, for 10 points, name this English scientist who names three laws of motion."
"An interference pattern created by the reflection of light between two surfaces is called this physicist’s “rings.”"
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 115 ], [ 116, 217 ], [ 218, 326 ], [ 327, 463 ], [ 464, 571 ] ]
"Isaac_Newton"
"Isaac_Newton"
"isaac_newton"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000062-first"
2,000,062
""
-1
"trickme"
"This man argued for the annexation of West Florida when he was temporarily appointed to replace Senator Buckner Thurston."
"This man argued for the annexation of West Florida when he was temporarily appointed to replace Senator Buckner Thurston. Humphrey Marshall fought a duel with this presidential candidate, who claimed he would “rather be right than be president” in an (*) 1839 speech to the Senate. In 1824, this man was appointed as Secretary of State by John Quincy Adams after the presidential election went to a House runoff. This proponent of the American System also introduced the Compromise of 1850. For 10 points, name this Kentucky Whig who served as Speaker of the House and was nicknamed “The Great Compromiser”."
"This man argued for the annexation of West Florida when he was temporarily appointed to replace Senator Buckner Thurston."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 121 ], [ 122, 281 ], [ 282, 412 ], [ 413, 490 ], [ 491, 607 ] ]
"Henry_Clay"
"Henry_Clay"
"henry_clay"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000063-first"
2,000,063
""
-1
"trickme"
"One governor of this state gained prominence through the radio with his band Pat O’Daniel and the Hillbilly Boys."
"One governor of this state gained prominence through the radio with his band Pat O’Daniel and the Hillbilly Boys. A congressman from this state holds the record for longest tenure as Speaker of the House; that man is Sam Rayburn. One politician from this state claimed “the (*) vice presidency wasn't worth a bucket of warm piss.” Another politician from this state used his namesake treatment to round up votes as Senate Majority Leader and later began a “War on Poverty” after becoming President. For 10 points, name this home state of John Nance Garner and Lyndon Baines Johnson, with capital at Austin."
"One governor of this state gained prominence through the radio with his band Pat O’Daniel and the Hillbilly Boys."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 113 ], [ 114, 229 ], [ 230, 330 ], [ 331, 498 ], [ 499, 606 ] ]
"Texas"
"Texas"
"texas"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000064-first"
2,000,064
""
-1
"trickme"
"In solid-state dye lasers, the gain medium is one of these molecules called PMMA."
"In solid-state dye lasers, the gain medium is one of these molecules called PMMA. Partially miscible solutions containing these compounds exhibit a UCST and LCST phase transition. The “electroluminescent conducting” type of these compounds are used in OLED displays. The (*) Flory-Huggins model describes them, and Ziegler-Natta catalysts aid the formation of these molecules. Thermoplastic ones are remoldable and their synthesis can be categorized as step-growth or chain-growth. For 10 points, name these compounds made of repeating units called monomers."
"In solid-state dye lasers, the gain medium is one of these molecules called PMMA."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 81 ], [ 82, 179 ], [ 180, 266 ], [ 267, 376 ], [ 377, 481 ], [ 482, 558 ] ]
"Polymer"
"Polymer"
"polymer"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000065-first"
2,000,065
""
-1
"trickme"
"Theodor, Nikolaus, and Seppi encounter this charmer who says that “man begins as dirt and departs as stench” in a novel by Mark Twain."
"Theodor, Nikolaus, and Seppi encounter this charmer who says that “man begins as dirt and departs as stench” in a novel by Mark Twain. In one work, this man puts on a show at the Variety Theater where Behemoth decapitates a man, later putting it back on due to audience demands. After journeying the Valley of Humiliation, the protagonist of (*) A Pilgrim’s Progress fights this character. This tempter finds himself on a boiling lake of lava in another epic where later on he turns into a serpent. For 10 points, name this antagonist of Paradise Lost who attempted to overthrow God."
"Theodor, Nikolaus, and Seppi encounter this charmer who says that “man begins as dirt and departs as stench” in a novel by Mark Twain."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 134 ], [ 135, 278 ], [ 279, 345 ], [ 346, 389 ], [ 390, 498 ], [ 499, 583 ] ]
"Satan"
"Satan"
"satan"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000066-first"
2,000,066
""
-1
"trickme"
"This quantity appears in the first row and column of the Faraday tensor."
"This quantity appears in the first row and column of the Faraday tensor. Potential energy due to the presence of this quantity is equal to one-half permittivity times the volume integral of the magnitude of this quantity squared. The Poynting vector crosses this quantity’s vector with the (*) H field, and this quantity is constant between parallel plates in a capacitor. If charges are stable, then Coulomb's law can be used to find this quantity which is measured in Newtons per coulomb. For 10 points, name this field symbolized with an E."
"This quantity appears in the first row and column of the Faraday tensor."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 72 ], [ 73, 229 ], [ 230, 372 ], [ 373, 490 ], [ 491, 543 ] ]
"Electric_field"
"Electric_field"
"electric_field"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000067-first"
2,000,067
""
-1
"trickme"
"This state's Governor, Jim Justice, has been known to use colorful metaphors and digs at political opponents, such as displaying a nothing burger, a mayonnaise sandwich, and a platter of bovine droppings to demonstrate his opposition to the state's proposed budget bill."
"This state's Governor, Jim Justice, has been known to use colorful metaphors and digs at political opponents, such as displaying a nothing burger, a mayonnaise sandwich, and a platter of bovine droppings to demonstrate his opposition to the state's proposed budget bill. This state was surveyed by Governor Alexander Spotswood and his knights of the Golden Horseshoe. It was the location of the Battle of Carnifex Ferry and the Battle of Philippi during the American Civil War, both of which were fought before this state seceded from its neighbor to the east in 1863. For the point, name this Appalachian state, whose capital is Charleston."
"This state's Governor, Jim Justice, has been known to use colorful metaphors and digs at political opponents, such as displaying a nothing burger, a mayonnaise sandwich, and a platter of bovine droppings to demonstrate his opposition to the state's proposed budget bill."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 270 ], [ 271, 367 ], [ 368, 568 ], [ 569, 641 ] ]
"West_Virginia"
"West_Virginia"
"west_virginia"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000068-first"
2,000,068
""
-1
"trickme"
"Part of this work was adapted into a 1998 film, titled "A Soldier's Sweetheart."
"Part of this work was adapted into a 1998 film, titled "A Soldier's Sweetheart." Many characters of the collection are semi-autobiographical, paralleling the author's memoir, "If I Die in a Combat Zone, Box Me Up and Ship Me Home." In this work, the main character's experiences as a soldier in the 23rd Infantry Division are accounted in vignettes like "Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong" and "How to Tell a True War Story." For the point, name this collection of short stories, written by Tim O'Brien."
"Part of this work was adapted into a 1998 film, titled "A Soldier's Sweetheart."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 79 ], [ 79, 231 ], [ 232, 422 ], [ 422, 501 ] ]
"The_Things_They_Carried"
"The_Things_They_Carried"
"the_things_they_carried"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000069-first"
2,000,069
""
-1
"trickme"
"The Clapeyron equation is first derived by considering the total differential of this quantity."
"The Clapeyron equation is first derived by considering the total differential of this quantity. Maxwell relations are usually used to eliminate derivatives involving this quantity, since it can't be exactly measured. The inexact differential of reversible heat is converted to an exact differential in this quantity by dividing it by temperature. The derivative of this quantity with respect to time in a closed system is always greater than or equal to zero. For 10 points, name this quantity whose increase in a system is given by the Second Law."
"The Clapeyron equation is first derived by considering the total differential of this quantity."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 95 ], [ 96, 216 ], [ 217, 346 ], [ 347, 459 ], [ 460, 548 ] ]
"Entropy"
"Entropy"
"entropy"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000070-first"
2,000,070
""
-1
"trickme"
"One writer first encountered this work while living with a woman whom he called the living embodiment of its author."
"One writer first encountered this work while living with a woman whom he called the living embodiment of its author. That writer, Henry Miller, wrote a meditation on the author titled The Time of the Assassins. Daniel Mendolsohn calls this work “a kaleidoscopic evocation of a man,” and thinks that the Foolish Virgin of this poem its most interesting aspect. In this poem, the narrator calls his ancestors “the most inept flayers of cattle and burners of grass of their age.” Later, he breaks completely with his ancestors, asserting that “it is necessary to be absolutely modern.” The poet wrote this poem in 1873 while at his mother’s farm, before his twentieth birthday. For 10 points, name this poem written by Arthur Rimbaud, which begins with the famous lines “once, if my memory serves me well.”"
"One writer first encountered this work while living with a woman whom he called the living embodiment of its author."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 116 ], [ 117, 210 ], [ 211, 359 ], [ 360, 476 ], [ 477, 582 ], [ 583, 674 ], [ 675, 803 ] ]
"A_Season_in_Hell"
"A_Season_in_Hell"
"a_season_in_hell"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000071-first"
2,000,071
""
-1
"trickme"
"The first leader of this province resigned after a scandal over loan guarantees to a private railroad company attempting to service Lac La Biche, but before a commission cleared him of any wrongdoing."
"The first leader of this province resigned after a scandal over loan guarantees to a private railroad company attempting to service Lac La Biche, but before a commission cleared him of any wrongdoing. The man who replaced him, Arthur Sifton, was brought in by the lieutenant governor of this province, George Bulyea. The Depression brought hard times to this province, leading to the election of a radio Baptist preacher who believed in the A + B Theorem or C.H. Douglas, Bill Aberhart. Much of Aberhart’s platform, such as the issuing of “prosperity certificates” and the Accurate News and Information Act, was declared unconstitutional, ending hope for a true Social Credit regime in this province. Later, the discovery of oil sands caused a massive influx of population to the province, laying the ground for decades of Progressive Conservative rule, only ended by the election of Andrea Horwath in 2015. For 10 points, name this Canadian province with a capital at Edmonton."
"The first leader of this province resigned after a scandal over loan guarantees to a private railroad company attempting to service Lac La Biche, but before a commission cleared him of any wrongdoing."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 200 ], [ 201, 316 ], [ 317, 486 ], [ 487, 700 ], [ 701, 907 ], [ 908, 978 ] ]
"Alberta"
"Alberta"
"alberta"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000072-first"
2,000,072
""
-1
"trickme"
"The northernmost part of this region is home to the War Correspondents Memorial Arch, a memorial created by a man who went under the pen name “Gath."
"The northernmost part of this region is home to the War Correspondents Memorial Arch, a memorial created by a man who went under the pen name “Gath.” That part of this region is known as South Mountain. In a song by Eddie From Ohio, The Rocky Mountains are said to be eroding wannabes compared to this region. The “Cannonball,” one of the Appalachian Trail’s hardest sections, is located in the north of this region. This region was the location of a double murder in 1996 that Bill Bryson writes about in A Walk in the Woods. The highest point of this region is in its southern end, near Asheville. That point, Mount Mitchell, is the highpoint of North Carolina. This region encompasses two national parks, Great Smoky Mountains and Shenandoah, and features a namesake parkway. For 10 points, name this mountain range stretching from Georgia to Pennsylvania, named for the color it appears as from a distance."
"The northernmost part of this region is home to the War Correspondents Memorial Arch, a memorial created by a man who went under the pen name “Gath."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 148 ], [ 148, 202 ], [ 203, 309 ], [ 310, 416 ], [ 417, 526 ], [ 527, 599 ], [ 600, 663 ], [ 664, 778 ], [ 779, 910 ] ]
"Blue_Ridge_Mountains"
"Blue_Ridge_Mountains"
"blue_ridge_mountains"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000073-first"
2,000,073
""
-1
"trickme"
"One of these concepts can be created by inserting two spheres into the title object."
"One of these concepts can be created by inserting two spheres into the title object. Ax squared plus Bx plus C is an equation for one of these items, when one of the items concerned has a steep slope. A Hyperbola is a type of, for ten points, what shapes made by passing a plane through a namesake solid whose area is given by one-third Pi r squared times height?"
"One of these concepts can be created by inserting two spheres into the title object."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 84 ], [ 85, 200 ], [ 201, 363 ] ]
"Conic_section"
"Conic_section"
"conic_section"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000074-first"
2,000,074
""
-1
"trickme"
"These things were described by Edgar Allen Poe as possibly being nested within themselves."
"These things were described by Edgar Allen Poe as possibly being nested within themselves. Langston Hughes implored us to hold fast to these, and warned about the consequences of deferring one. William Butler Yeats implored his listener to tread softly on these, which had been spread underfoot. For the point, name these events involving rapid eye movement, which can also describe human ambitions and aspirations."
"These things were described by Edgar Allen Poe as possibly being nested within themselves."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 90 ], [ 91, 193 ], [ 194, 295 ], [ 296, 415 ] ]
"Dream"
"Dream"
"dream"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000075-first"
2,000,075
""
-1
"trickme"
"The finale of one symphony by this composer incorporates the folk song “"
"The finale of one symphony by this composer incorporates the folk song “In the Field Stood a Birch Tree” and like Beethoven, uses a “Fate” motif. Another symphony by this composer contains a horn solo that begins D C# B D C# in its Andante cantabile second movement. This composer also wrote a “Fantasy-Overture” that lacked an opus number that depicts in its introduction Friar Laurence. This composer also used Chinese Tea and Russian Trepak as part of Danse caracteristiques in the suite of a larger ballet. For 10 points, name this composer of Romeo and Juliet the Nutcracker."
"The finale of one symphony by this composer incorporates the folk song “"
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 72 ], [ 72, 145 ], [ 146, 266 ], [ 267, 388 ], [ 389, 510 ], [ 511, 580 ] ]
"Pyotr_Ilyich_Tchaikovsky"
"Pyotr_Ilyich_Tchaikovsky"
"pyotr_ilyich_tchaikovsky"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000076-first"
2,000,076
""
-1
"trickme"
"In one diary entry, this character recounts a prostitute with a “young face” who turns out to be at “fifty years old at least.”"
"In one diary entry, this character recounts a prostitute with a “young face” who turns out to be at “fifty years old at least.” Another entry by this character describes how “if there was hope, it lay in the proles.” This character places a white grain of dust on the cover of his diary, which was purchased at Mr. Charrington’s shop for “two dollars fifty.” This character recognizes his diary as a “thoughtcrime” and greets from the “age of doublethink” while writing “for” and “to” O’Brien. For 10 points, name this character who writes “DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER” in his entry dated April 4th, 1984."
"In one diary entry, this character recounts a prostitute with a “young face” who turns out to be at “fifty years old at least.”"
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 127 ], [ 128, 215 ], [ 215, 358 ], [ 359, 493 ], [ 494, 599 ] ]
"Winston_Smith"
"Winston_Smith"
"winston_smith"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000077-first"
2,000,077
""
-1
"trickme"
"A counterpart doctrine to this treaty in a neighboring country was known as the Sandomierz Consensus."
"A counterpart doctrine to this treaty in a neighboring country was known as the Sandomierz Consensus. The Landsberg Alliance was formed to uphold this treaty. Another document named after the same city as this treaty is considered one of the primary documents of the Lutheran faith. A preceding document to this treaty was named after Passau. A measure inserted into this treaty named after the brother and eventual successor of the ruler at the time exempted knights and some cities from religious uniformity, if the reformed religion had been practiced since the 1520s. FTP, name this 1555 peace enacted by Holy Roman Emperor Charles V that allowed rulers to choose either Lutheranism or Roman Catholicism as the official confession of their principality."
"A counterpart doctrine to this treaty in a neighboring country was known as the Sandomierz Consensus."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 101 ], [ 102, 158 ], [ 159, 282 ], [ 283, 342 ], [ 343, 571 ], [ 572, 757 ] ]
"Peace_of_Augsburg"
"Peace_of_Augsburg"
"peace_of_augsburg"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000078-first"
2,000,078
""
-1
"trickme"
"In Treehouse of Horror II's "Monkey Paw" sketch, this character uses the titular entity to overthrow the alien invasion, and this characterwas decapitated in "Nightmare at Six and a Half Feet"."
"In Treehouse of Horror II's "Monkey Paw" sketch, this character uses the titular entity to overthrow the alien invasion, and this characterwas decapitated in "Nightmare at Six and a Half Feet". This man rules the world in Treehouse V's "The Butterfly Effect" and in a zombie episode asks to nibble on Homer's ear. This character was the devil in "The Devil and Homer Simpson" and gives Homer the forbidden donut. In a non-Halloween episode this episode realizes that he hates Homer to whom he usually says "howdy diddly." For ten point, name this mistachiod next door neighbor of Homer Simpson who's best known for owning a leftorium and being overly religious."
"In Treehouse of Horror II's "Monkey Paw" sketch, this character uses the titular entity to overthrow the alien invasion, and this characterwas decapitated in "Nightmare at Six and a Half Feet"."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 193 ], [ 194, 313 ], [ 314, 412 ], [ 413, 521 ], [ 522, 661 ] ]
"Ned_Flanders"
"Ned_Flanders"
"ned_flanders"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000079-first"
2,000,079
""
-1
"trickme"
"One river that runs through this polity splits into four parts, including the Pison, which covers the Havilah region, noted for its gold."
"One river that runs through this polity splits into four parts, including the Pison, which covers the Havilah region, noted for its gold. Allegedly, an angel with a flaming sword protects a tree in this polity from those who would eat its fruit. One member of this polity was expelled for eating a forbidden fruit which was supposed to make her wise "like God." That expelled member was convinced to eat the fruit by a serpant and was named Eve. For ten points, name this Biblical location where the first two people lived until the fall."
"One river that runs through this polity splits into four parts, including the Pison, which covers the Havilah region, noted for its gold."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 137 ], [ 138, 245 ], [ 246, 360 ], [ 360, 445 ], [ 446, 538 ] ]
"Garden_of_Eden"
"Garden_of_Eden"
"garden_of_eden"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000080-first"
2,000,080
""
-1
"trickme"
"Alberti bass involves alternating between the root note and this scale degree."
"Alberti bass involves alternating between the root note and this scale degree. Gustav Nottebohm observed that the third movement of Beethoven's Symphony of this ordinal number shares a theme with fourth movement of Mozart's fortieth symphony. On the guitar, a "power chord" consists of the root and this interval above the root. This interval, a half step below a tritone, is exemplified by C to G, or A to E, and is a half step above a perfect fourth. For ten points, In "My Name Is", Slim Shady asks if you dare him to drive after drinking this much liquor, which isn't a fourth or sixth."
"Alberti bass involves alternating between the root note and this scale degree."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 78 ], [ 79, 242 ], [ 243, 328 ], [ 329, 452 ], [ 453, 590 ] ]
"Perfect_fifth"
"Perfect_fifth"
"perfect_fifth"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000081-first"
2,000,081
""
-1
"trickme"
"One of this author's novels, dedicated to P.G. Wodehouse, a girl named Joyce is found drowned in a tub used for bobbing for apples, that story being The Hallowe'en Party."
"One of this author's novels, dedicated to P.G. Wodehouse, a girl named Joyce is found drowned in a tub used for bobbing for apples, that story being The Hallowe'en Party. The protagonist of that work by this author starred in one play, Black Coffee, and another 33 novels such as Sad Cypress, Death in the Clouds, and The Murder on the Links. The best known work by this author feauting this protagonist saw a man being told "I do not like your face" before that man was stabbed 12 times on a train. Another work by this author sees nine murderers lured to an island where they were killed off one by one. For ten points, name this author of The Murder on the Orient Express and Then There Were None."
"One of this author's novels, dedicated to P.G. Wodehouse, a girl named Joyce is found drowned in a tub used for bobbing for apples, that story being The Hallowe'en Party."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 170 ], [ 171, 342 ], [ 343, 499 ], [ 500, 605 ], [ 606, 700 ] ]
"Agatha_Christie"
"Agatha_Christie"
"agatha_christie"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000082-first"
2,000,082
""
-1
"trickme"
"This state's 71st governor has been one of its senators since 2001, that man being Thomas Carper."
"This state's 71st governor has been one of its senators since 2001, that man being Thomas Carper. One politician from this state opened a senate camapaign with an ad saying "I'm not a witch, I'm you." That 3,000 year old woman, Christine O'Donell, lost an election to Chris Coons for 17 points in an attempt to fill a seat vacated by a man who served 36 years as a senator from this state, who chaired the Judiciary during the Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas hearings. That man from this state is currently the Vice President, Joe Biden."
"This state's 71st governor has been one of its senators since 2001, that man being Thomas Carper."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 97 ], [ 98, 200 ], [ 201, 468 ], [ 469, 537 ] ]
"Delaware"
"Delaware"
"delaware"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000083-first"
2,000,083
""
-1
"trickme"
"This president was the first to hold Trick-or-Treating in the White House and used the event to support UNICEF."
"This president was the first to hold Trick-or-Treating in the White House and used the event to support UNICEF. This president called Dag Hammarskjöld “the greatest statesman of our century” after a plane crash and replaced James Jeremiah Wadsworth with Adlai Stevenson II as ambassidor to a certain organization. This president pushed for the establishment of the Peace Corps and signed the Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. This president was the only one to win a Pulitzer Prize and appointed his brother as Atourney General. For ten points, name this president who was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald."
"This president was the first to hold Trick-or-Treating in the White House and used the event to support UNICEF."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 111 ], [ 112, 313 ], [ 314, 424 ], [ 425, 527 ], [ 528, 600 ] ]
"John_F._Kennedy"
"John_F._Kennedy"
"john_f._kennedy"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000084-first"
2,000,084
""
-1
"trickme"
"This city's mayor Randall C Poopenmeyer briefly banned recycling in an emergency measure and later gave an academy prize to the person who suggested the moratorium."
"This city's mayor Randall C Poopenmeyer briefly banned recycling in an emergency measure and later gave an academy prize to the person who suggested the moratorium. A cigar handrolled by Queen Elizabeth I during her ‘wild years,’ was stolen from a retailer in this city whose most prominent pests are owls. Malfunctioning Eddie’s is an automotive dealer in this city that sells the Thundercougarfalconbird and this city’s Muesum of Natural History houses a closet devoted to presidential losers including Lyndon LaRouche and Bob Dole. The Decapodians briefly took over this city following a controversial Freedom Day display in which the Earthican flag was eaten by a descendant of silent film comedian Harold Zoid. For ten points, name this city whose tube transport system sends its citizens past locations such as Applied Cryogenics, Elzar’s Fine Cuisine, and Planet Express, the setting for Futurama."
"This city's mayor Randall C Poopenmeyer briefly banned recycling in an emergency measure and later gave an academy prize to the person who suggested the moratorium."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 164 ], [ 165, 306 ], [ 307, 534 ], [ 535, 715 ], [ 716, 904 ] ]
"New_York_City"
"New_York_City"
"new_york_city"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000085-first"
2,000,085
""
-1
"trickme"
"Svalinn is one of these objects that protects the Earth from the heat of the sun."
"Svalinn is one of these objects that protects the Earth from the heat of the sun. An example of this object from Hindu mythology manifested on Vishnu’s chest and is called Srivatsa. Cuchulainn has a black one of these objects named Duban that was made out of ash by Mac Endge. An example of ekphrasis in the Aeneid is a description of one of these objects depicting the future glory of Rome. Sir Percival discovered one of these that belonged to Joseph of Arimathea."
"Svalinn is one of these objects that protects the Earth from the heat of the sun."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 81 ], [ 82, 181 ], [ 182, 276 ], [ 277, 391 ], [ 392, 466 ] ]
"Shield"
"Shield"
"shield"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000086-first"
2,000,086
""
-1
"trickme"
"This team one time gave a game-ball to a special team’s player for pooping on the sideline without anyone noticing—that player being Larry Izzo."
"This team one time gave a game-ball to a special team’s player for pooping on the sideline without anyone noticing—that player being Larry Izzo. This team’s coach, who can’t figure out how to adjust his clock for daylight’s saving’s time, keeps five super bowl rings in a box in his room. In 1985, this team became the first Wildcard team to win three straight road games to make the Super Bowl. This team’s owner controversially entertained Floyd Mayweather in his luxury box after saying he would never sign Ray Rice and famously had a Super bowl ring allegedly stolen by Vladimir Putin. For ten points, blah blah blah Tom Brady."
"This team one time gave a game-ball to a special team’s player for pooping on the sideline without anyone noticing—that player being Larry Izzo."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 144 ], [ 145, 230 ], [ 230, 288 ], [ 289, 395 ], [ 396, 589 ], [ 590, 631 ] ]
"New_England_Patriots"
"New_England_Patriots"
"new_england_patriots"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000087-first"
2,000,087
""
-1
"trickme"
"This mythical man tried to solve a famine by breeding giant rabbits and was fond of eating roast donkey."
"This mythical man tried to solve a famine by breeding giant rabbits and was fond of eating roast donkey. He wrote 1500 books in 3 years. He was either born on Mount Paektu or in a camp in Siberia. He never defecated and made 11 hole-in-ones in 18 holes. For ten points, name this son of Kim-Il-Sung and “great leader” of North Korea."
"This mythical man tried to solve a famine by breeding giant rabbits and was fond of eating roast donkey."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 104 ], [ 105, 136 ], [ 137, 196 ], [ 197, 253 ], [ 254, 333 ] ]
"Kim_Jong-il"
"Kim_Jong-il"
"kim_jong-il"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000088-first"
2,000,088
""
-1
"trickme"
"In this novel, a much maligned Texan claims that decent folk should get more votes than everyone else."
"In this novel, a much maligned Texan claims that decent folk should get more votes than everyone else. Michaela, the half deaf maid, is consistently mocked in English, which she can’t understand, until she’s killed by Aarfy. One man buys eggs and sells them at a lower cost to be allowed to serve as mess cook, a position he uses to bomb his own camp and sell chocolate covered cotton. Another character in this novel stands naked in a tree after getting Snowden killed. For ten points, name this novel about Colonel Korn, Nately, Hungry Joe, and John Yossarian."
"In this novel, a much maligned Texan claims that decent folk should get more votes than everyone else."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 102 ], [ 103, 224 ], [ 225, 385 ], [ 386, 470 ], [ 471, 562 ] ]
"Catch-22"
"Catch-22"
"catch-22"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000089-first"
2,000,089
""
-1
"trickme"
"A Neon Genesis Evangelion song shares a title with a work by this composer, which calls for sweet death, noting that the protagonist has betrayed the trust from those he loves and cannot forget the past."
"A Neon Genesis Evangelion song shares a title with a work by this composer, which calls for sweet death, noting that the protagonist has betrayed the trust from those he loves and cannot forget the past. That character also plays one of this composer’s works on the cello, an instrument he formerly studied before his current occupation as a pilot. That same work, with work catalogue designation 1068, plays while the main character’s father says several inaudible words to a scientist during the apocalypse. Name, FTP, this Baroque composer of Air on a G String, a work which saw frequent use in the television show Neon Genesis Evangelion."
"A Neon Genesis Evangelion song shares a title with a work by this composer, which calls for sweet death, noting that the protagonist has betrayed the trust from those he loves and cannot forget the past."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 203 ], [ 204, 348 ], [ 349, 509 ], [ 510, 642 ] ]
"Johann_Sebastian_Bach"
"Johann_Sebastian_Bach"
"johann_sebastian_bach"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000090-first"
2,000,090
""
-1
"trickme"
"Polyarteritis nodosa is a vasculitis that causes transmural inflammation of arterial walls in this organ."
"Polyarteritis nodosa is a vasculitis that causes transmural inflammation of arterial walls in this organ. Fibromuscular dysplasia is a hypertensive disorder that most commonly causes luminal narrowing of arteries that supply blood to this organ. Electron microscopy of this organ showing podocyte effacement is diagnostic for minimal change disease, which affects this organ. Alport syndrome is an X-linked mutation of type IV collagen that causes a “basket-weave” pattern in the basement membrane of these organs. This organ may get trapped by the inferior mesenteric artery during fetal growth, resulting in a “horseshoe” variety of this organ. For ten points, what organ is also the name of a red bean frequently used to make chili?"
"Polyarteritis nodosa is a vasculitis that causes transmural inflammation of arterial walls in this organ."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 105 ], [ 106, 245 ], [ 246, 375 ], [ 376, 514 ], [ 515, 646 ], [ 647, 735 ] ]
"Kidney"
"Kidney"
"kidney"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000091-first"
2,000,091
""
-1
"trickme"
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 72 ], [ 73, 180 ], [ 181, 249 ], [ 250, 349 ], [ 350, 429 ] ]
"George_Washington"
"George_Washington"
"george_washington"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000092-first"
2,000,092
""
-1
"trickme"
"One man with this first and last name is one of the top wood cutters in America with almost 50 books in print with Schiffer Publications."
"One man with this first and last name is one of the top wood cutters in America with almost 50 books in print with Schiffer Publications. Another person with this first and last name was called “the best talent of our generation” by William Faulkner and had The Web and the Rock published posthumously. Another man with this name wrote Radical Chic & Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers and From Bauhaus to Our House. Another man with this name, spelled slightly differently, defeated incumbent Tom Corbett to win his most notable and current political position. For ten points, give this name shared by the authors of Look Homeward Angel, the author of The Bonfire of the Vanities, and the current governor of Pennsylvania."
"One man with this first and last name is one of the top wood cutters in America with almost 50 books in print with Schiffer Publications."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 137 ], [ 138, 302 ], [ 303, 410 ], [ 411, 555 ], [ 556, 717 ] ]
"Thomas_Wolfe"
"Thomas_Wolfe"
"thomas_wolfe"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000093-first"
2,000,093
""
-1
"trickme"
"This band’s predecessor Xero changed its name as a nod to a local landmark in 1998."
"This band’s predecessor Xero changed its name as a nod to a local landmark in 1998. This group joined the Family Values tour and toured with Cyprus Hill, knocking out 320 shows in just 2001, and they released Live in Texas to showcase their touring strength. This band’s first single release contained the lyrics “It's like I can't stop what I'm hearing within, it's like the face inside is right beneath my skin.” The only four members to stay on from its Xero days, Brad Delson, Joe Hahn, Rob Bourdon, and Mike Shinoda were joined by Chester Bennington. You can get ten points for naming this band but, but in the end, it doesn’t even matter."
"This band’s predecessor Xero changed its name as a nod to a local landmark in 1998."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 83 ], [ 84, 258 ], [ 259, 314 ], [ 314, 360 ], [ 360, 413 ], [ 413, 555 ], [ 556, 644 ] ]
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000094-first"
2,000,094
""
-1
"trickme"
"One character in this film cheats on his art final using the pseudonym Tyler Durden."
"One character in this film cheats on his art final using the pseudonym Tyler Durden. The line “of course she’s hot; she’s Natalie Portman” was cut from the “Facemash” scene of this film. One character in this film writes an algorithm to rank chess players on the window of his dorm. The opening scene with Rooney Mara infamously took 99 takes and incorrectly gave the number of people in China with genius IQs. For ten points, name this film that introduced the appletini to the real Mark Zuckerberg who made it the “official drink of Facebook.”"
"One character in this film cheats on his art final using the pseudonym Tyler Durden."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 84 ], [ 85, 137 ], [ 137, 186 ], [ 187, 282 ], [ 283, 410 ], [ 411, 545 ] ]
"The_Social_Network"
"The_Social_Network"
"the_social_network"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000095-first"
2,000,095
""
-1
"trickme"
"Two songs about this man “Defecate on My Face” and “Heads Were Dancing” took humorous looks at this man’s love life. In The Social Network, KC is disappointed to find that Facebook wasn’t a link to cats that look like this man. The film Downfall is most notable for an often parodied scene in which this man rants, sending all but five others from the room to shout at them and causing a young girl to cry. In one sitcom, this man is played by Neil McCaul as he and his girlfriend Eva life next door to Arny Goldstein in Heil Honey, I’m Home. For ten points, name this man got punched in the face on the first cover of Captain America."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 116 ], [ 117, 227 ], [ 228, 406 ], [ 407, 542 ], [ 543, 635 ] ]
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
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2,018
"2000096-first"
2,000,096
""
-1
"trickme"
"TV host Matt Lauer was thrown from his bike in an accident with one of these creatures."
"TV host Matt Lauer was thrown from his bike in an accident with one of these creatures. The Chinese Water variant of these creatures have tusks instead of the typical antlers. These creatures cause more than 200 deaths and a billion dollars in property damage per year. In Vedic myth Sita is lured away by one of these creatures that Rama tried to catch. For ten points, name these animals examples of which include the titular creatures from The Yearling and Bambi"
"TV host Matt Lauer was thrown from his bike in an accident with one of these creatures."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 87 ], [ 88, 175 ], [ 176, 269 ], [ 270, 354 ], [ 355, 465 ] ]
"Deer"
"Deer"
"deer"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000097-first"
2,000,097
""
-1
"trickme"
"This British Prime Minister who was in power when Gary Busey got married for the second time once stood on an actual soapbox and shouted into a megaphone outside an opponent’s rally."
"This British Prime Minister who was in power when Gary Busey got married for the second time once stood on an actual soapbox and shouted into a megaphone outside an opponent’s rally. This British Prime Minister made the “back to basics” campaign to fight the sex scandals of members of this person’s party. This conservative removed the pound from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism on black Wednesday. This person supported the U.S. in the gulf war before being defeated by the New Labour Party. For ten points name this British PM who came after Margaret Thatcher."
"This British Prime Minister who was in power when Gary Busey got married for the second time once stood on an actual soapbox and shouted into a megaphone outside an opponent’s rally."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 182 ], [ 183, 306 ], [ 307, 404 ], [ 405, 498 ], [ 499, 568 ] ]
"John_Major"
"John_Major"
"john_major"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000098-first"
2,000,098
""
-1
"trickme"
"This NFL team drafted running back Cal Rossi in the first round in back to back years but he never played professionally."
"This NFL team drafted running back Cal Rossi in the first round in back to back years but he never played professionally. This was the last NFL team to be racially integrated, and they drafted the only white person taken in the first round of the 2015 draft, Brandon Scherff. Hall of fame wide receiver Art monk played for this team. This team signed the first 100 million dollar contract to a non-QB for Albert Haynesworth. For ten points name this team that has current players Colt McCoy, Alfred Morris, and Robert Griffin III."
"This NFL team drafted running back Cal Rossi in the first round in back to back years but he never played professionally."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 121 ], [ 122, 275 ], [ 276, 333 ], [ 334, 424 ], [ 425, 530 ] ]
"Washington_Redskins"
"Washington_Redskins"
"washington_redskins"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000099-first"
2,000,099
""
-1
"trickme"
"The episode “What’s an Opera, Arnold” of Hey Arnold featured two arias from this opera and in one episode of Gilligan’s Island, the cast puts Hamlet to the tune of arias from this opera."
"The episode “What’s an Opera, Arnold” of Hey Arnold featured two arias from this opera and in one episode of Gilligan’s Island, the cast puts Hamlet to the tune of arias from this opera. Beaker, Animal, and Swedish Chef did a rendition of an aria from this opera that ended with Swedish Chef eating Beaker. Animaniacs used tunes from this opera in “O’ Silly Mio” and arias from this opera play throughout Bad News Bears. One aria from this opera plays when Carl gets up in Pixar’s Up and Tom and Jerry did a cartoon titled *this opera* Get It. For ten points, name this opera about a gypsy that includes the “Seguidillas,” “Toreador,” and “Habanera” arias."
"The episode “What’s an Opera, Arnold” of Hey Arnold featured two arias from this opera and in one episode of Gilligan’s Island, the cast puts Hamlet to the tune of arias from this opera."
-1
-1
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"Carmen"
"Carmen"
"carmen"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
2,018
"2000100-first"
2,000,100
""
-1
"trickme"
"This island’s current prime minister shares his name with the capital of Oman."
"This island’s current prime minister shares his name with the capital of Oman. This island’s name is derived from the Greek word from honey. This island’s flag bears the George Cross it was given for this island’s service to the UK during World War II. In 1530, Spain gave this island to the Knight Hosptillar after they were driven out of Rhodes by the Ottoman Turks. Its namesake version of the lira was replaced by the Euro in 2008 when it joined the Eurozone. For ten points, name this island whose capital is Valletta."
"This island’s current prime minister shares his name with the capital of Oman."
-1
-1
[ [ 0, 78 ], [ 79, 140 ], [ 141, 182 ], [ 183, 252 ], [ 253, 368 ], [ 369, 463 ], [ 464, 523 ] ]
"Malta"
"Malta"
"malta"
false
""
""
"Adversarial Question Writing UMD December 15"
""
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# Dataset Card for "qanta"

### Dataset Summary

The Qanta dataset is a question answering dataset based on the academic trivia game Quizbowl.

## Dataset Structure

### Data Instances

#### mode=first,char_skip=25

• Size of the generated dataset: 140.36 MB
• Total amount of disk used: 303.20 MB

An example of 'guessdev' looks as follows.

This example was too long and was cropped:

{
"category": "History",
"char_idx": -1,
"dataset": "quizdb.org",
"difficulty": "easy_college",
"first_sentence": "As part of this program, William Anders took a photo that Galen Rowell called \"the most influential environmental photograph ever taken.\"",
"fold": "guessdev",
"full_question": "\"As part of this program, William Anders took a photo that Galen Rowell called \\\"the most influential environmental photograph e...",
"gameplay": false,
"id": "127028-first",
"page": "Apollo_program",
"proto_id": "",
"qanta_id": 127028,
"qdb_id": 126689,
"raw_answer": "Apollo program [or Project Apollo; accept Apollo 8; accept Apollo 1; accept Apollo 11; prompt on landing on the moon]",
"sentence_idx": -1,
"subcategory": "American",
"text": "As part of this program, William Anders took a photo that Galen Rowell called \"the most influential environmental photograph ever taken.\"",
"tokenizations": [[0, 137], [138, 281], [282, 412], [413, 592], [593, 675]],
"tournament": "ACF Fall",
"year": 2016
}


### Data Fields

The data fields are the same among all splits.

#### mode=first,char_skip=25

• id: a string feature.
• qanta_id: a int32 feature.
• proto_id: a string feature.
• qdb_id: a int32 feature.
• dataset: a string feature.
• text: a string feature.
• full_question: a string feature.
• first_sentence: a string feature.
• char_idx: a int32 feature.
• sentence_idx: a int32 feature.
• tokenizations: a dictionary feature containing:
• feature: a int32 feature.
• answer: a string feature.
• page: a string feature.
• raw_answer: a string feature.
• fold: a string feature.
• gameplay: a bool feature.
• category: a string feature.
• subcategory: a string feature.
• tournament: a string feature.
• difficulty: a string feature.
• year: a int32 feature.

### Data Splits

name adversarial buzzdev buzztrain guessdev guesstrain buzztest guesstest
mode=first,char_skip=25 1145 1161 16706 1055 96221 1953 2151

## Considerations for Using the Data

### Citation Information

@article{Rodriguez2019QuizbowlTC,
title={Quizbowl: The Case for Incremental Question Answering},
author={Pedro Rodriguez and Shi Feng and Mohit Iyyer and He He and Jordan L. Boyd-Graber},
journal={ArXiv},
year={2019},
volume={abs/1904.04792}
}


### Contributions

Thanks to @thomwolf, @patrickvonplaten, @lewtun for adding this dataset.