Unification
Helping Verbs
Them Bones
Neighbors
Philosophy & Logic
100

He was the first to unite Upper and Lower Egypt

Who is King Narmer?

100

I do love you.

What is, "do?"

100

The humerus and femur are examples of this type of bone.

What are long bones?

100

The U.S.'s neighbor to the north

What is Canada?

100

"You're wrong, idiot!" is this type of logical fallacy.

What is an ad hominem attack?

200

He was the first to unite the Mesopotamian city-states of Sumer.

Who is Sargon of Akkad?

200

We could go skiing if the weather permits.

What is, "could?"

200

The sternum is this type of bone.

What is a flat bone?

200

The U.S.'s neighbor to the south

What is Mexico?

200

"You're wrong because you're stupid!" is this kind of logical fallacy.

What is an ad hominem circumstancial?

300

Unifying a prefix and a suffix with one of these, makes a word.

What is a root?

300

I can drive the car, but can you operate the truck?

What are, "can & can?"

300

Carpals and tarsals are this type of bone.

What is a short bone?

300

Michigan's watery neighbors.

What are the Great Lakes?

300

The idea of not letting little things bother you, is a big part of this concept.

What is stoicism?

400

This long series of bones unifies the axial and appendicular skeletons.

What is the spine?

400

If you can fix the bed, he should sleep on it.

What are, "can & should?"

400

The vertebrae are this type of bone.

What are irregular bones?

400

Maine's only neighboring U.S. state

What is New Hampshire?

400

The idea of "the greatest good for the greatest number of people" is a core principle of this philosophy.

What is utilitarianism?

500

Unifying all gods of a religion collectively is referred to as one of these.

What is a pantheon?

500

He didn't choose wisely, but they must continue anyway.

What are "did & must?"

500

This substance inside the bone makes blood cells.

What is bone marrow?

500

This watery neighbor engulfs Hawaii

What is the Pacific Ocean?

500

Disregarding a thief telling you not to steal is an example of this kind of fallacy.

What is a tu quoque fallacy?

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