Discussion in 'Oceania Discussion Boards' started by SWNZ, Jul 26, 2001.
tintin has a skull
a brain fits inside a skull and thats some thing Jar Jar Dont Have
The skull is not made up of one bone, but 5 interlocking plates.
i prefer to eat off china plates, rather than enamel or wood
The English longbow was often made of a wood called Yew. A trained Bowman could use a Longbow effectively at a range of 150m, with the ability to pierce through plate armour. The Longbow was crucial in the battle of Agincourt where 500 English footsoldiers defeated an army of French mounted knights.
Kit was the brain behing Knightrider's sucess as a crimefighter
Kit was an '82 Trans Am, some belive the peak of trans am design
Mount Everest has the highest peak in the world, at a height of 29,035 (8850m)-found to be 6' higher in 1999.
You can find Everest here: Latitude 27Â° 59' N.....Longitude 86Â° 56' E
It's summit ridge seperates Nepal and Tibet.
some one for new zealand (sir edmend hilliry ) was the first to get to the top of everst and hes on a 5$ note in new zealand
$5 dollars is a third of wat u need to buy a POTJ fig from the warehouse.
figs are often identified with Meditterean cuisine, like the humble olive, which i prefer
Just as an aside I want to add a few more dimensions to this:
* Ask a question, and others must try answer correctly, eg: What are the names of Jupiters moons?
* Jeapardy: Give us the answer and we state the question. eg: "Holder of the 100m sprint record"
This could get a little messy with answers and questions flying everywhere so try asnwering someones question before posting your own.
Olives are a part of the Italians (and most mediteranian) diets.
Q: Name the Capital city of Albania?
Tirana is the captial of Albania.
Olives are a stone fruit.
Q. In formula one racing what teams have honda engines in their cars.
British American Racing and Jordan have Honda engines.
Q. who played the Goblin King in the movie Labrynth.
The person I can remember being in the Labrynth is David Bowie, so that's my guess.
Q: Who wrote the "Winnie the Pooh" books?
A.A. Milne wrote the Winnie the Pooh stories
oh, for those who want to know which pooh character they are most like
Q. How many recognised regional variations of NZ English are there?
(by recognised I mean by linguists...)
I've searched and searched for the answer and I can't find it. So i'm going to make a mild guess.
i'll give a hint..........the opposite of northland........
You asked how many, I was think along the lines that Auckland area had one, Taranaki area had a variation, definately southland had one and maybe a couple more.
Q. How long is a adult human's small intestine?
A bit more than 6 metres.
That question reminds me of dissecting a rat in biology lab last year. We had to remove the small intestine, and that thing just kept on coming!! I couldn't figure out how that rat could fit all that inside it's gut!
Keeping with this theme:
Q. How long is all the DNA laid end to end in one typical human cell?
Is it a meter? Not sure.
Anyone got an answer to the languages thingy?
I guess two... southland and everyone else.
can't think of any others.
NZ English variations
from what can understand from this, there are two, Southland and everywhere else.
Other forms of variation in New Zealand English Here, they also recognize Maori-accented English.
Regarding the DNA q - it's longer than a meter.
DNA question. The human genome contains 3,000,000,000 bases each being about 2nm long,in each cell but depending on the person ie. tallest person has more cells more DNA than shortest person. Depends on lenght, but in lay terms to the moon and back. If I remember correctly.
Q. Where would you find a harmonic balancer?