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1. Name the disorder of the nervous system that is characterized by seizures during which the person has convulsions; that is, his muscles contract in spasms.
2. Twenty-one brief writings found in the New Testament are actually letters. What is the more formal word that refers to these writings?
3. Name the Greek god of love.
4. What is the general process by which the land areas of the world are worn away?
5. In the Old Testament, who was the son of Isaac and twin brother of Jacob?
6. Do you know the fancy word that refers to the doctrine of the last or final events of human destiny?
7. What group of people, sometimes also known as the Inuit, is famous for living in igloos?
8. Addis Ababa is the capital city of what African country?
9. What branch of linguistic science is devoted to determining the origin of words?
10. What is the largest river of western Asia?
11. Who was the first woman, according to Judeo-Christian tradition?
12. What is the highest mountain in the world?
13. What is the ecclesiastical censure whereby a member of a church is temporarily excluded from the communion of the faithful and deprived of certain rights, privileges, and spiritual benefits?
14. What is the second book of the Bible?
15. What is the process by which fugitives from the justice of one country, seeking asylum in another country, are delivered up by the latter to the former?
16. What do you call a fencing sword with a bowl-shaped guard and a long, narrow blade that has no cutting edge and tapers to a blunt point?
17. What is the short poem or speech spoken directly to the audience following the conclusion of a play?
18. What do you call either of the two times during a year when the sun crosses the celestial equator and the length of day and night are approximately equal?
19. What is the speech or written tribute praising the virtues or achievements of a person who has recently died?
20. What is a female sheep called?