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Monday, December 29, 2014

Let me Google that for you.


1. I probably didn’t invent the beef fillet baked in puff pastry that shares my name. But I am responsible for an article of clothing. What is it?


I don't know. Google it.

One way to find the answer:

Go to Google and search [beef fillet baked in puff pastry] to find that this is Beef Wellington. The dish is said to be named after Arthur Wellesley, the British military hero and first Duke of Wellington. Search [Wellington article of clothing] to find that today’s ______________ _______, also known as rubber boots, are based on a military boot that the duke designed.

2. The Bayeux Tapestry depicts a visit from a celestial body that was considered a bad omen in medieval times. In what year did this “apparition” next appear?


I don't know. Google it.

One way to find the answer:

Go to Google and search [Bayeaux Tapestry celestial body] to find that Halley’s Comet visited in 1066, the year of the Battle of Hastings. Search [Halley’s Comet appearances] to learn that it next appeared in _______.


3. From the Greek word meaning agreement or concord, this musical term defines the quality of sound made as musicians simultaneously blend sounds of different pitch, tone, or quality.

I don't know. Google it.

Go to Google and search for [musical agreement concord simultaneous] and find that the term ________ describes the sound made when multiple musicians play together in concord.


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