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An old name for Ipswich Gipswic
Which people attacked and occupied Ipswich in the year 869 ? Danes
Ipswich was granted one of these documents in the year 1200, giving the townspeople certain rights Charter
What was the main export from Medieval Ipswich? Wool
Frames used in Medieval times to dry wool. Tenterhooks
What was like a market and held in Ipswich once a year in the Middle Ages? Ipswich fair
What other industry flourished in Ipswich from the 13th to the 19th century? Shipbuiding
Which new school was founded in Ipswich in 1528? St Mary's
Which famous king closed the priories and friaries in Ipswich in the 1500s? Henry the eighth
Which famous Ipswich landmark building was constructed by Edmund Withipoll in 1548? Christchurch mansion
Ipswich suffered a severe outbreak of this in 1665. The Plague
What body of men, formed by an Act of Parliament in 1797, were responsible for paving and cleaning the streets of Ipswich in the late 1700s and the 1800s? Paving commissioners
What was constructed to help ships arriving in Ipswich in 1842? The wet dock
Which famous town centre building was constructed in Ipswich in 1812? Corn exchange
What mode of transport ran through the streets of Ipswich from 1903 to 1926? Electric trams

Pop Culture Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What film studio made WALL-E, Toy Story and Brave? Pixar
In which country was Lego invented? Denmark
The longest running show ON BROADWAY is... The Phantom of the Opera
Which show was based on the autobiography of Gypsy Rose Lee? Gypsy
What was the name of the first hippie musical? Hair
Which show, starring Robert Preston and Barbara Cook on Broadway? The Music Man
Which show about Danny and Sandy was made into a film with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Grease
What did the Little Shop hold in the movie which premiered in 1982? Horrors
What cult classic was made in 1975? therockyhorrorpictureshow
Which 90s revival hit shares its name with a gangster city? Chicago
Famous movie or play about a lion? Thelionking
What movie or play is about a village girl falling in loe with a beast? Beauty and the beast
What famous movie or playabout a girl that's not in Kansas anymore? The Wizard of oz
The prequel for The Wizard of Oz Wicked
Who was US President when America entered World War II? Franklin Roosevelt.
Who succeeded Nixon as President of the USA in 1974? ford
What film adapted from a one-woman off-Broadway show is considered the most profitable movie in Hollywood history? My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Which candy did the boy in E.T. use to lure the extraterrestrial? Reese's Pieces
What was the original title of the horror classic "Halloween"? The Babysitter Murders
What kind of animal was Baloo in The Jungle Book? Bear

Byzantine Empire Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What Constantine called his capital after New Rome. Constantinople
What church in the east developed in it's own unique way? Eastern Orthodox
Construction projects built by a government for public use, such as buildings, roads, and bridges. public works
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the bishop of an important city. patriarch
A sacred rite of public worship. Liturgy
A type of religious image typically painted on a small wooden panel and considered sacred by Eastern Orthodox Christians. Icon
A formal division in a church or religious body. schism
Who was the King of the Franks? Charlemagne
How was Medieval Europe and the Byzantine Empire united? Christianity
What is a word for the phrase ''icon smashing?'' iconoclasm
What is,''In agreement with right belief.'' orthodox
How much miles to the east was Constantinople to Rome. Eighthundred

Theodore Roosevelt Fast Facts Crossword

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Crossword
Description

On what day did both Roosevelt's wife and mother die on? Valentines Day
What was Roosevelt's first wife's name? Alice Lee Roosevelt
What well known person's funeral procession did Roosevelt witness as a child? Abraham Lincoln
After the assignation of ____________ _______________, Teddy Roosevelt became president. William Mckinley
What party did Roosevelt form after losing the election in 1912? Progressive Party
What city was Teddy Roosevelt born in? New York City
What is the famous domestic program that was developed during Roosevelt's presidency that focused on consumer protection? Square Deal
What medal was Teddy Roosevelt awarded for in 1898 following the Spanish American War? Medal of Honor
At what school did Roosevelt meet his first wife? Harvard University
How many children did Theodore Roosevelt have? Six
What war did Roosevelt help resolve in 1905? Russo-Japanese War
What group did Teddy Roosevelt help organize to fight during the Spanish American War? Rough Riders
Teddy Roosevelt was ______________ by a naval officer in a boxing fight during his term in the white house. Blinded
What famous award did Roosevelt gain after his efforts for the disputes between Russia and Japan? Noble Peace Prize
After leaving the presidency in 1909, Roosevelt ventured on a ten-month long __________. safari
What sport was Roosevelt influential in shaping? Football
What martial art was Teddy Roosevelt credited for bringing into the White House during his term? Juijitsu
Roosevelt was creditied with being part of what act in 1903? Elkins Act
What month did Roosevelt die in 1919? January
What did President Roosevelt add to the Monroe Doctrine in 1904? Roosevelt Corollary

Medieval Music Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A form of medieval church that involves chanting; it emerged around 100 A.D. No instruments involved. Plainchant
A note or group of notes that are sung in a single syllable. Neumes
Pope Gregory the Great's compilation is recognized as this. Gregorian Chant
The combining of two or more musical lines. Polyphony
When the chant is sung and played on instruments in long notes while 3 faster melodies are sung above it. Cantus Firmis
New type of vocal music in which rhythm was specified for the first time. Motet
Tthese type of people and traveling minstrels danced played and sang their own songs in courts & streets. Jongleurs
Nobel men who set poems to music. Troubadours
Troubadours were either called this or singers of love. Minnesingers
Plucked instrument similar to a modern zither. Psaltery
One stringed instrument which has no modern counterpart. Tromba marina
A double reed instrument. Its modern descendant is the oboe. Shawm
An ancestor of our trombone without a slide it can only play a few notes. Buisine
The tendency of a musical composition to gravitate toward one particular note called. Tonality
The word for songs in french. Chasons
Temporary resting point in a piece of music. cadence
Introduced two centuries earlier,but then evolved into sophisticated polyphonic songs. Madrigal
Polyphonic works written for 7 singers per voice part instead of for solo voices. Choral music

CIVIL ENGINEERING Crossword

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Crossword
Description

leveling or smoothing the contours of a property; the rate of rise or descent of a sloping surface grade
farmland and open areas where the lack of prior industrial or commercial activity means that the threat of contamination is lower than in urbanized areas greenfield
a substance or material capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, or property when transported in commerce hazardous material
inter-regional roadway that is part of the state transportation system highway
a surface through which water cannot penetrate, like a roof, road, sidewalk, or paved parking lot impervious surface
a law or regulation adopted by a public agency, usually a city or county ordinance
a lot in single ownership or under single control usually considered a unit for purposes of development parcel
an expressway or freeway designed for non-commercial traffic; usually located within a strip of landscaped park or natural vegetation parkway
a specific authorization from a planning body to engage in a particular type of development or activity permit
building new construction on a site that has pre-existing uses or renovating existing uses on a site redevelopment
land designated in the city or county general plan and zoning ordinance for buildings consisting only of dwelling units residential
an amendment to the map and/or text of a zoning ordinance to effect a change in the nature, density or intensity of uses allowed in a zoning district rezoning
water from rain or snow that is not absorbed into the ground but instead flows over less permeable surfaces into streams and rivers runoff
to add materials/devices to an existing building or system to improve its operation, safety, or efficiency retrofit
a system of subterranean conduits that carries refuse liquids or waste matter to plant where the sewage is treated sanitary sewer
a plan, to scale, showing uses and structures proposed for a parcel of land. includes both natural and man-made features. site plan
the spreading of a city and its suburbs over rural land at the fringe of an urban area sprawl
a rule or measure establishing a level of quality or quantity that must be complied with or satisfied standards
the upper surface of groundwater, or the level below which the soil is seasonally saturated with water water table
permeable; allows something to pass through it pervious
the occupation or use of land or water area for any human activity LAND USE
public services and facilities like sewage-disposal systems, water-supply systems, schools, roads, transit systems, etc infrastructure
water under the earth's surface groundwater
front of a lot that is usually defined as the side nearest the street frontage
capable of being accomplished in a successful manner within a reasonable time taking into account economic, environmental, social, and technological factors feasible
the loosening and transportation of rock and soil debris by wind, rain, or running water erosion
a discharge of pollutants, with or without treatment, into the environment effluent
the right to use property owned by another for specific purposes or to gain access to another property easement
a ramp opening in a curb where vehicles or wheel chairs may enter or leave the roadway curb cut
a land use classification that permits facilities for the buying and selling of commodities and services commercial
an area of land separating 2 distinct land uses that softens or mitigates the effects of one land use on the other buffer zone
a mound of earth usually 2-6 feet high designed to shield and buffer uses like parking areas. also used to minimize water run-off berm
americans with disabilities act; federal law that requires businesses and public facilities be accessible to individuals with disabilities ada
having property or zone district boundaries in common abutting
a land use classification often divided into "heavy industrial" uses (construction yards, quarrying, factories) and "light industrial" uses like research and development, and less intensive warehousing and manufacturing industrial
streetcars or trolley cars that typically operate entirely in mixed traffic light rail transit
the dividing area, either paved or landscaped, between opposing lanes of traffic on a roadway median strip
a line connecting the highest points along a ridge ridgeline
development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs sustainability
a strategic set of physical changes to streets to reduce vehicle speeds and volumes. (i.e. curb extensions, widened sidewalks, speed humps, traffic circles) traffic calming
areas where topographic, geographic, and/or soil conditions indicate a significant danger to future occupants undevelopable
lands or buildings that are not actively used for any purpose vacant

French and Indian War Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Politician elected leader of the British army after many loses. William Pitt
Area of land granted to wealthy English planters, that the French were occupying. Pittsburgh
What was the area called that Robert Cavelier claimed for France. Mississippi Valley
Which Native American recognized the French loss as a native American loss. Pontiac
His mission was to drive out French from the Ohio Valley. Braddock
How did the French and Indian alliance start? Trading
What was the first permanent French settlement in North America. Quebec
Who led the battle that gave the British the upper hand in the war? James Wolfe
What was a negative effect of the 7 Years War for the British? Debt
One major land of contention between the French and English. Ohio River Valley
Financial expert that was sent to help relieve tensions in the colonies. Grenville
First Native Americans to help the British. Iroquois
Set of "laws" that were put in place in 1764 to lower the amount of smuggling. Sugar Act
The fort where the French and Indian War began. Necessity
After the war, which side of the Mississippi did the British claim? East
What colony did Britain have tensions with during and before the 7 years war. Massachusetts

Cell Parts Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Found in Animal and Plant bodies Cell
The conductor of the Cell Nucleus
Stores energy in Cells Mitochondria
A jell like substance that fills the cell Cytoplasm
Stores sunlight energy Chloroplast
Transport goods through Cell Golgi Body
Makes Rimbsome Rough ER
Makes Rimbsome Smooth ER
Makes Protiens Rimbsome
Another word for DNA NUCLEAR MEMBRANE
Protector of the Plant Cell Cell Wall
Helps reproduce the Cell Chromatin
Protects Animal Cell Cell Membrane
Digust waste in Cell Lysosome
Filled with liquid Vacuole
He said that cells reproduce Virchow
He was the person who found cells Hooke
He improved the microscope and looked at his own teeth scrapings Leeuwenhoek
He said that all plants are made of cells Schleiden
He said that all animals have cells Schwann
Cells are what unit of life Basic
What type of cell is blobby Animal
What cell has a rectangle structure Plant
What did the scientist make from the cells Cell Theory
What was used to see the cells Microscope
What year did Hooke find the cells 1665
What year did Schwann find animal cells 1839
When did Schleiden find plant cells 1838
When did Leeuwenhoek first started to work on cells 1674
The mirror that holds lenses Stage
The piece that lets you see in the microscope Eyepiece
A part that supports the lenses Arm
A part of the microscope that magnifies the object Objective Lenses
Passes light from head piece to eyepiece Body tube
Supports the microscope Base
Turns on power to microscope Power switch

Medieval Life Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The state of being extremely poor Poverty
The Middle Ages Medieval
In which Kings live Castle
Wear shiny armour Knight
Of the Castle King
Of Hearts Queen
A person living in poverty Peasant
Lowest British nobility Baron
Expression, "Oh My ...." Lord
And the Tramp Lady
Black Death Plague
Our Royal Family Monarchy
Where Monks reside Monastery
The hill in which a Castle stands Motte
The outer wall of the Castle Bailey
Fortified tower Keep
Identification of Families and Knights through symbols and signs Heraldry
Surrounding ditch Moat
Enclosing or accompanying a Gateway Gatehouse
May be raised to prevent access Drawbridge
Building of strategic positioning Fort
Channel of water Ditch
Surrounding enclosure Palisade
Small tower on the castle corners Turret
Opening to be closed by a gate Gateway
A cat that travels Catapult
Building material Stone

PE CROSSWORD

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Crossword
Description

Most important skill in dodgeball CATCHING
Name of the person placed around a trampoline SPOTTER
Surname of famous Scottish tennis player MURRAY
You might use them in the gym to build muscle WEIGHTS
A skill in volleyball VOLLEY
Number of players in a professional basketball game FIVE
Football team who won last year's English Premier League LEICESTER
Surname of Famous Portugese footballer RONALDO
Name of a sport that takes place in a velodrome CYCLING
In netball, what does GA stand for? GOALATTACK
In which sport might you do a lay-up? BASKETBALL
How you start a game of badminton, volleyball and table tennis SERVE
Famous sports brand NIKE
First name of famous female American tennis player SERENA
High Intensity __________ Training INTERVAL
The colour associated with Liverpool FC RED
Surname of the Head of PE CLARENCE
Which sport would you find backstoke and butterfly? SWIMMING
The home of the Scotland rugby team MURRAYFIELD
The colour associated of Lockhart house BLUE
Used in hockey to pass the ball STICK
4 lettered martial art JUDO
Nationality of Usain Bolt JAMAICA
Oldest tennis tournament in the world WIMBLEDON
Number of players in a hockey team ELEVEN
Number of miles in a half marathon THIRTEEN
First name of famous long distance British runner MO
What you win if you come 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a race MEDAL
The colour of belt you would wear if you had mastered your martial art BLACK
Under ARMOUR
Machine that allows you to run whilst staying in the same place TREADMILL

Mexico Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the capital of Mexico? Mexico City
What City is known for it's tiles? Puebla
What city was closed the summer of 2016 because of teacher's strikes? Oaxaca
What city in the Yucatan is walled in? Campeche
Which ocean is west of Mexico? Pacific
What body of water is east of Mexico? Gulf of Mexico
Which Mayan site has the most tourists in the Yucatan? Chichen Itza
What famous Meciso City museum housed the countries top murals? Bellas Artes
What famous artist was married to Deigo Rivera? Frieda Kahlo
Between November and March each year, what type of butterflies migrate to central Mexico? Monarch
In which colonial Yucatan city can you atten a free outdoor city? Merida
Don't forget to pack your bathing suit when you visit these ruins. Tulum
Visit this Island by ferry from Playa del Carmen. Cozumel
This beach resort was badly damanged by hurricanes Wilma and Emily. Cancun
This is the Mexican currency. Pesos