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1. On a clear day at noon, what color is the sky?

blue
The sky is blue when you look up.
red
The sky is not red on a clear day at noon on Earth. Maybe on Mars?

2. A defensive player is marking an offensive player with the disc. The defensive player gets to 'Five' in the stall count when the offensive player calls out 'disc space'. The defensive player agrees with the call and should :

step back and continue counting from 'One'
step back and continue counting from 'Four'
step back and continue counting from 'Five'
step back and continue counting from 'Six'
see section XIV.B.3 and XIV.B.7 - "When a marking violation is called, play does not stop. The violation must be corrected before the marker can resume the stall count with the number last uttered before the call minus one".

3.

Name a famous Greek philosopher.

4. Question

First correct answer.
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First incorrect answer.
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Second incorrect answer.

5. Which of these structures are Complexed with Tacrine?

1zgb

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