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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Hi Marcel Cox,

You came 977th (out of 3,061) in June's contest.

Don't forget you're a member of at least one league, simply log
in to see your league's results. Your answers were:

Name an animal that is usually white.
DOVE [3rd, 'POLAR BEAR' was top]

Name the number of pieces in a typical jigsaw.
1000 [3rd, '500' was top]

Name an Internet search engine.
GOOGLE [1st]

Name the total number of children in an average high school.
1000 [1st]

Name a 5-letter word that ends in OUT.
ABOUT [2nd, 'SHOUT' was top]

Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
IN [1st]

Name a star constellation.
ORION [2nd, 'BIG DIPPER [seven stars of Ursa Major]' was top]

Name either YESTERDAY, TODAY or TOMORROW.
TODAY [1st]

Name the family name (surname) of a historic US president.
BUSH [4th, 'WASHINGTON' was top]

Name an uncommon letter of the alphabet.
X [2nd, 'Q' was top]

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e.g. 2nd means your answer was the second most popular.

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michael8 Absent Member.
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Re: Common answers

Hi MichaelC,

You came 1,820th (out of 3,061) in June's contest.

Don't forget you're a member of at least one league, simply log
in to see your league's results. Your answers were:

Name an animal that is usually white.
POLAR BEAR [1st]

Name the number of pieces in a typical jigsaw.
500 [1st]

Name an Internet search engine.
GOOGLE [1st]

Name the total number of children in an average high school.
300 [8th, '1000' was top]

Name a 5-letter word that ends in OUT.
GROUT [9th, 'SHOUT' was top]

Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
OUT [2nd, 'IN' was top]

Name a star constellation.
BIG DIPPER [seven stars of Ursa Major] [1st]

Name either YESTERDAY, TODAY or TOMORROW.
YESTERDAY [2nd, 'TODAY' was top]

Name the family name (surname) of a historic US president.
BUSH [4th, 'WASHINGTON' was top]

Name an uncommon letter of the alphabet.
Q [1st]

Michael
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If something's hard to do, it's not worth doing.

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Hi Simon Flood,

You came 1,387th (out of 3,061) in June's contest.

Don't forget you're a member of at least one league, simply log
in to see your league's results. Your answers were:

Name an animal that is usually white.
RABBIT [2nd, 'POLAR BEAR' was top]

Name the number of pieces in a typical jigsaw.
1000 [3rd, '500' was top]

Name an Internet search engine.
GOOGLE [1st]

Name the total number of children in an average high school.
500 [2nd, '1000' was top]

Name a 5-letter word that ends in OUT.
SHOUT [1st]

Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
OUT [2nd, 'IN' was top]

Name a star constellation.
URSA MINOR [or Little Dipper] [6th, 'BIG DIPPER [seven stars of Ursa
Major]' was
top]

Name either YESTERDAY, TODAY or TOMORROW.
TODAY [1st]

Name the family name (surname) of a historic US president.
BUSH [4th, 'WASHINGTON' was top]

Name an uncommon letter of the alphabet.
Z [3rd, 'Q' was top]
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: Common answers

MichaelC wrote:

>Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
>OUT [2nd, 'IN' was top]


Shame on you! 😉


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Re: Common answers

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Hi Mark Mecord,

You came 529th (out of 3,061) in June's contest.

Don't forget you're a member of at least one league, simply log
in to see your league's results. Your answers were:

Name an animal that is usually white.
POLAR BEAR [1st]

Name the number of pieces in a typical jigsaw.
100 [2nd, '500' was top]

Name an Internet search engine.
GOOGLE [1st]

Name the total number of children in an average high school.
2000 [3rd, '1000' was top]

Name a 5-letter word that ends in OUT.
ABOUT [2nd, 'SHOUT' was top]

Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
OUT [2nd, 'IN' was top]

Name a star constellation.
BIG DIPPER [seven stars of Ursa Major] [1st]

Name either YESTERDAY, TODAY or TOMORROW.
YESTERDAY [2nd, 'TODAY' was top]

Name the family name (surname) of a historic US president.
WASHINGTON [1st]

Name an uncommon letter of the alphabet.
X [2nd, 'Q' was top]
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adrockk Trusted Contributor.
Trusted Contributor.

Re: Common answers

What's the NCCI league name?

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
Absent Member.

Re: Common answers

Adam Gabriel said something like:
> What's the NCCI league name?
>

NCCI.

Regards,
Mark
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Common answers

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Hi Matthew,

You came dead last (out of 3,061) in June's contest.

Don't forget. Aw, you already did. Your answers were:

Name an animal that is usually white.
GHOST [NS, 'POLAR BEAR' was top]

Name the number of pieces in a typical jigsaw.
32 [NS, '500' was top]

Name an Internet search engine.
GREP [NS, 'GOOGLE' was top]

Name the total number of children in an average high school.
0 [NS, '1000 was top]

Name a 5-letter word that ends in OUT.
ZCOUT [NS, 'SHOUT' was top]

Name the opposite of 'NOT IN'.
GONE [NS, 'IN' was top]

Name a star constellation.
BRAT PACK [NS, 'BIG DIPPER [seven stars of Ursa Major]' was top]

Name either YESTERDAY, TODAY or TOMORROW.
MONDAY [NS, 'TODAY' was top]

Name the family name (surname) of a historic US president.
JR [NS, 'WASHINGTON' was top]

Name an uncommon letter of the alphabet.
* [NS, 'Q' was top]

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michael8 Absent Member.
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Re: Common answers

Marcel
> Shame on you! 😉


Yeah yeah yeah, I know - first thing that came into my head 😛

Michael
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If something's hard to do, it's not worth doing.

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