Rivers
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Four Letter Words
Animals
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100

This is the sacred river of India

Ganges

100

He created 'The Mona Lisa'

Leonardo Da Vinci

100

This Roman emperor is said to have set fire to Rome - and then fiddled around!

Nero

100

Baby kangaroos are called this

Joeys

100

To bounce a basketball

Dribble

200

This river is responsible for carving out the Grand Canyon

Colorado River

200

He wrote 'War And Peace'

Leo Tolstoy

200

This is the name of Dorothy's dog in The Wizard of Oz

Toto

200

This is the most common type of animal that Americans keep as pets

Dogs

200

a low shelter that faces a baseball field and contains the bench where the players and coaches of a team sit

Dugout

300

According to the popular song, this river is a dream maker and a heart breaker

Moon River

300

He won the Nobel Prize for science, but not for his famous Theory of Relativity

Albert Einstein

300

This Peruvian is said to be the greatest soccer player of all time

Pele

300

The average polar bear has this many babies each year

Two

300

one of two upright posts that form part of the goal in various games (such as soccer, hockey, and football)

Goalpost

400

U.S. Airways Captain Chesley 'Sully' Sullenburger landed a jet carrying 155 people on this river

The Hudson

400

He was the 42nd President of the USA

Bill Clinton

400

This is the only number that is neither positive nor negative

Zero

400

This is the fastest land animal

Cheetah

400

a basketball shot worth one point that must be made from behind a special line and that is given because of a foul by an opponent

Free Throw

500

Johannes Strauss II composed a famous waltz named for this blue river

The Danube
500

He led the people of India to rebel against the British through acts of peaceful resistance

Ghandi

500

A network of paths with an entrance and exit designed as a puzzle

Maze

500

A 'rhumba' is a group of these legless, (and venomous) animals

Rattlesnakes

500

a way of hitting a ball in tennis and similar games in which the back of the hand holding the racket is turned in the direction of the ball

Backhand

600

This is the longest river in the world

The Nile

600

This former vice president won an Oscar for his documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth', about climate change

Al Gore

600

Quickly closing and opening one eye as a signal to someone

Wink

600

This is the only big cat that can't roar - it can purr, though!

Cheetah

600

three goals scored by one player in a game of ice hockey, soccer, etc.

Hat Trick

700

This South American River is the largest by volume of water

The Amazon

700

His play, Pygmalion, was later adapted to become the movie 'My Fair Lady'

George Bernard Shaw

700

This was the name of the pet dinosaur on the show 'The Flintstones'

Dino

700

This large animal is common to North America, and has a jaw strong enough to crush a bowling ball

Grizzly Bear

700

to throw a ball into the air and hit it over a net to start play in tennis, volleyball, etc.

Serve

800

This river forms the border between Texas and Mexico

The Rio Grande
800

She wrote the story of Frankenstein as part of a competition with her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Lord Byron, to see who could write the best horror story

Mary Shelley

800

A word used on a ship to greet someone or call attention to something

Ahoy

800

A wild mouse in captivity can live up to two years, but in the wild, their lifespan is about this many months

Five months

800

a person who makes sure that players act according to the rules of a game or sport

Referee

900

This river is part of the setting of Mark Twain's novel 'Huckleberry Finn'

Mississippi

900

This Czech wrote the novel 'Metamorphosis', in which a man wakes up to find he has become an insect

Franz Kafka

900

Pellets of frozen rain

Hail

900

This animal has the HIGHEST blood pressure

Giraffe

900

A substitute batter who is frequently an infielder or outfielder

Pinch Hitter

1000

This river is just one mile longer than the Mississippi, making it the longest in the US

Missouri River

1000

This former governor of California has "Terminated" meat from his diet

Arnold Schwarzenegger

1000

The largest ski resort in the US is in this town in Colorado

Vail

1000

The average cow produces this many glasses of milk every day

Ninety

1000

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world - This British sport comes in second

Cricket

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