"Björn Lundin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Nov 24 04:29PM +0100
On 2016-11-23 04:52, Mark Brader wrote:
> C1. Today the main island of the Toronto Islands is variously > called Toronto Island or Centre Island. But in the 19th > century, it was called the Peninsula. What changed it?
The digging of a a canal - making it an island ?
> entering it for agricultural use. Most of the lake has > now evaporated. Before all this happened, what was this > lake called in English?
> been reclaimed as land. The lake is called the IJsselmeer; > what was its name when it was part of the ocean? The name > in Dutch is also used in English. North sea ? The road is an interesting ride - especially in a November storm
> * D. History Entertainment
> D2. The movie "300" is about an ancient battle between which > *two* armies?
Greek army (represented by the Spartians) and the Persian army
> D3. A large part of the movie "The Life of Emile Zola" is about > Émile Zola's long effort to save an unjustly convicted man. > Name that man *and* tell what he was convicted of.
Dreyfuss - Treason
> E1. Give either the width or the height of an HD television > screen in pixels, within 10% of the true number. You must > say which answer you are giving.
1080 x 720 - that is width x height
-- -- Björn
email@example.com (Mark Brader): Nov 24 02:09PM -0600
Mark Brader: >> E1. Give either the width or the height of an HD television >> screen in pixels, within 10% of the true number. You must >> say which answer you are giving.
Björn Lundin: > 1080 x 720 - that is width x height
I will score this as two answers: width 1080 and height 720. -- Mark Brader "Great things are not done by those Toronto who sit down and count the cost firstname.lastname@example.org of every thought and act." --Daniel Gooch
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