"and" in its name.
Oceania, or South America' to 'with an average annual temperature of less than 15°C in Africa,
Oceania, or South America'?
I'd never heard customary before, interesting to find out that's how it's referred to elsewhere.
We don't mention that here
ow yea and mass is not the same as weight, because when you are on the moon etc... (just giving people something they can argue about. I mean discuss :) )
However, for the countries with a per capita income of atleast $75000, there are some countries missing, like Qatar, for example.
They should still count as they do fall within the strict definition of the clue.
of 400,000 km² or larger"
Why is Australia not a valid answer?
I do like the quiz quite a lot, regardless.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
A good quiz because it has generated a lot of discussion and the questions have obviously changed fairly frequently as you have thought up better ones. Thanks.
To my understanding, "...whose capital contains its name" should include Luxembourg (capital Luxembourg City). It is a sovereign nation and UN member.
The Philippines is misspelled. You put Philipines instead of Philippines (with double p)
I understand what the question was asking - and I wasn't confused - however Uganda was the first answer I put in and it technically contains "and" in the name.
Ug - and - a.
Sorry for possibly wasting your time!
Also since you said "the word 'and'" in the question, could you possibly reword the question?
"Name a valid country containing the conjunction "and"' or
"Name a valid country that has the word 'and' between two words" or whatever you see fit.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
If it's more of an "only named after a U.S. president and no one else at all" sort of thing, that should probably be clarified in the clue.
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