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Trivia

The trivia singular trivium are three lower Artes Liberales: grammar, logic, and rhetoric. These were the topics of basic education, foundational to the quadrivia of higher education, and hence the material of basic education and an important building block for all undergraduates. The ancient Romans used the word triviae to describe where one road split or forked into two roads. Triviae was formed from tri three and viae roads – literally meaning "three roads", and in transferred use "a public place" and hence the meaning "commonplace." The pertaining adjective is triviālis. The adjective ...

                                               

FunTrivia

FunTrivia was the first trivia website added to the Yahoo directory and used to be the largest trivia site on the web in terms of traffic. FunTrivia is notable in that it was one of the first entertainment sites on the web in 1995 to use a community-generated content model to create all of its content. It contains over one million trivia questions in over one hundred and forty thousand quizzes categorized into nearly sixteen thousand topics, all submitted by over four thousand different contributors. Quizzes are created and submitted by members of the community and placed online for anyone ...

                                               

Hey! Spring of Trivia

Hey! Spring of Trivia is the name given by Spike TV to the show The Fountain of Trivia, a Japanese comedy game show on Fuji TV.

                                               

Now I Know (newsletter)

Now I Know is a daily email newsletter about trivia written by Dan Lewis. Described as "a newer, less snarky iteration of Cecil Adams’ The Straight Dope," it has been running since 2010 with over 100.000 subscribers as of 2018. The newsletter won a Webby Award for email newsletters in 2013 and 2014. Lewis credits his success to his engagement with his community, claiming he replies to nearly every email sent to him. He also notes his Jewish background saying "heres an oral tradition in Judaism to explain and analyze things" which is the general theme of his newsletter which uses seemingly ...

                                               

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Trivial Pursuit

Trivial Pursuit is a board game from Canada in which winning is determined by a players ability to answer general knowledge and popular culture questions. Players move their pieces around a board, the squares they land on determining the subject of a question they are asked from a card. Each correct answer earns a plastic wedge which is slotted into the answerers playing piece. Since the games first release in 1981, dozens of themed editions have been released. Some question sets have been designed for younger players, and others for a specific time period or as promotional tie-ins.

                                               

Trivial Pursuit: Unhinged

Trivial Pursuit: Unhinged is a video game based on the trivia board game of the same name. It was released in 2004 for Xbox and PlayStation 2 video game consoles and Personal Computers.

                                               

Triviatown

Triviatown - Its the Worlds Biggest Trivia Contest is a 2006 documentary about the worlds largest trivia contest in Stevens Point, Wisconsin directed by Patrick Cady and Brit McAdams.

                                               

Wars and Rumors of Wars

Wars and Rumors of Wars is the third full-length album from the band The Chariot. The album is unique in that, the first 25.000 CD cases were hand stamped, signed and numbered by the band, every member stamping 5.000 each. Similarly, the first 300 were stamped in red ink for a special pre-order. They have stated this was done because they felt that CDs were becoming too impersonal, meaning that bands did not have much to do with a CD after the recording was finished, as the artwork would be designed by someone else, and then the whole package would be sent to the printer. The album is the ...

                                               

Sgt. Floyd Pepper

Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem are a fictional musical group that debuted on The Muppet Show in 1975. They are the house band for The Muppet Show, with personalities and appearances inspired by prominent real-life rock music and jazz performers. Following The Muppet Show, they appeared in various Muppet movies and television specials and have also recorded album tracks and covered numerous songs. Dr. Teeth and Animal were designed by Jim Henson, Zoot was designed by Bonnie Erickson, while the rest of the original band members were designed by Michael K. Frith. They made their debut in 1 ...

                                     

ⓘ Trivia

  • Trivia is information and data that are considered to be of little value. The trivia singular trivium are three lower Artes Liberales: grammar, logic
  • Hey Spring of Trivia is the name given by Spike TV to the show The Fountain of Trivia Japanese: トリビアの泉, Hepburn: Toribia no Izumi a Japanese comedy
  • Fun Trivia is a trivia website. Fun Trivia was the first trivia website added to the Yahoo directory and used to be the largest trivia site on the web in
  • Trivia is a compilation album by the rock group Utopia, released in 1986. It consists of tracks from their albums Utopia, Oblivion and POV, as well as
  • the trivias The name Trivia means common and the word monacha means solitary It is worth comparing this species with the similar species Trivia arctica
  • Trivia Master is a color arcade game created by Enerdyne in 1985. The game system was designed by Scott Boden, who previously worked on Star Castle and
  • Trivia Crack original Spanish name: Preguntados is a mobile app that allows users to compete against friends and people around the world. Modeled after
  • Trivia is information and data that are considered to be of little value. Trivia or Trivial may also refer to: Trivia album a 1986 album by Utopia
  • Trivia 1716 is a poem by John Gay. The full title of the poem is Trivia or The Art of Walking the Streets of London, and it takes its name from the
  • Trivia is the eleventh episode of the eighth season of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show s 163rd episode overall. The episode
  • Clepsis trivia is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in Tunisia. tortricidae.com

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