The ISS is the size of a ____ field
Principal ISS partners: U.S., , Europe, Russia, Canada, and _____
Most ISS visitors are from this country
The ISS travels 5 miles in one _____
In 24 hours, the ISS makes 16 _____ of earth
More than 50 _____ control the systems on the ISS
The ISS has been continually occupied since _____ (month) of 2000
The robot arm on the ISS was made in the country of _____
The ISS was launched from earth into space in _____
On the ISS, astronauts are busy taking care of the ISS and doing many science _____
Skydiving off the ISS, it would take 2.5 _____ to land on earth
The ISS orbits 200 miles _____ earth
What state did Hannah grow up in ?
What was Hannah diagnosed with that hindered her ability to read and write ?
At What age did she attend New York Film Academy ?
Along with directing, what is another career Hannah attended school for (four months)?
At What age did she move to L.A. ?
How much is Hannahs net worth? ______ Million.
How old is she now (in 2021) ?
Who did Hannah work with that greatly influenced her?
Other Artist Hannah has worked with?
Hannah has multiple or few skills? (pick one)
the act of consuming another Kindred's blood
a vampire ranking between the elders and the neonates
the areas of a city unfit for life
Relationship between two vampires where one has partaken of the other's blood thrice
a vampire's heritage
a collection of Kindred legend and history
a member of the race of Caine
vampire of an unknown clan or no clan
sect of vampires devoted to maintaining the Masquarade
traditional name for the Tremere headquarters
vampire created throught the Embrace
vampires who share common characteristics passed on through the Blood
the consumption of another Kindred's Blood, to the point of final death
a ghoul's master
a place where vampires may gather without fear of harm
the act of transforming a mortal into a vampire
when a vampire ceases to exist
the number of "steps" between a vampire and Caine
a minion created by giving a bit of vampiric vitae to a mortal without draining them of blood first
a fabled state of vampiric transcendence
the urge to feed
term for mortals
a werewolf, the natural and mortal enemy of the vampire race
the Tradition of hiding the existence of vampires from humanity (two words)
a young Kindred, more than a fledgling
the right of Princes to govern
all of a given vampire's childer collectively
a human who serves a vampire master
sect of vampires that rejects humanity, embracing their monstrous nature
vampire sect that opposes the Camarilla
a vampire's begetter; the Kindred who created them
someone under the effects of a Blood Bond
a derogatory term for a young Kindred
a vampire lost to the Beast
our hosts today
flowers used to keep beer, aroma, & flavour fresher
liquid extracted from the mash
grain used in making beer
this ferments the beer
90% of your beer
this uses a different type of barley than porter does
germinated cereal grain
frothy foam on top
Style of dark beer developed in London early 18thC
type of beer brewed using warm fermentation
slang word for a beer beverage
slang word for the froth on the beer
beer brewed & conditioned at low temperature
English term for pale ale that varies in colour from gold to dark amber
English sailors needed a drink, so this was developed
What is the Mayan god of Fire?
What is the most dominant city-state of the Mayan Empire?
Symbols used that represented words.
Which empire came up with the concept of zero?
This supplies water to the nearby cities.
Families were organized in a group.
Sacred places or objects.
What was the Inca's god of the sun called?
The Inca called their rulers this.
Inca Empire royal estate.
The Inca Empire's capital city.
What was the 4 quarters of the Inca Empire called?
A series of colored, knotted strings.
Running messengers, like a relay race.
Who ran the government (tax collectors and record keepers)?
Who was the most important god to the Aztecs?
Who was the god of life for the Aztecs?
What did the Aztecs build in the lakes?
What did the Aztecs call their ruler?
What was the spoken language of the Aztecs?
What are the ancient books from the Aztec Empire called?
A person who runs on a track
A person who swims in the pool
The person who is head of a team
The person who wins
The sport that has a hoop and you run with the ball
The sport where there is a hoop but you cannot run with the ball
The sport that has overs in it, usually 15 or 20
This sport has a try line and 7-15 players
This sport involves lifting heavy equipment
This sport has its participants wearing a face guard and has a 'pin' or sword
What is an expression with more than two algebraic terms?
What is either a single number or a variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together?
What do you call the number that is directly in front of a variable?
What do you call terms whose variables (and exponents) are the same?
What do you call terms whose variables (and exponents) are NOT the same?
What is the method that you use to remember how to multiply two binomials?
What is a polynomial with two terms?
What is a polynomial with three terms?
When you have to find what to multiply together to get an expression, that is called what?
What is a number made by squaring a whole number?
What is a polynomial with just one term?
What is the name of your favorite high school math teacher?
Collection of weapons
a device that contains a bag that releases air when squeezed
a fortress that protects an area of land
a fine-toothed saw used for cutting metal
a type of heated metal used to join together two pieces of metal
a serious usually violent crime that is punishable by a prison sentence
an appliance or aperture for ventilating a room or other spaces
a person found guilty of a criminal offense and serving a sentence of imprisonment
take over something and use it for a different purpose
a enclosed cage that ran around the perimeter of Alcatraz, where an armed guard would patrol
someone who helps someone else commit a crime
a small instrument played by stretching and squeezing between hand similar to a accordion and harmonica
Organize and carry out
carry out a systematic or formal inquiry to discover and examine the facts of something so as to establish the truth
to smile widely
fall or let fall in drops; shed drops; N: action or sound of falling in drops; liquid that falls in drops
to broil over hot coals or to fry on a griddle
an action that is meant to deceive someone
to take a liquid into your mouth and swallow it
a block of hard material used in building
a bed with high sides for a baby
a piece of clothing for the upper body that has sleeves and usually a collar and buttons down the front
any substance that makes something dirty, for example dust, soil or
bird An endothermic vertebrate that is covered in feathers, breathes through lungs and lays hard-shelled eggs
to lie along the edge of; to pass nearby or around, rather than through
to give someone a job
king the jungle