Groups of Three

Name each member of these groups of three.
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Last updated: June 19, 2014
First submittedJune 15, 2014
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Yellowstone States
Wyoming
Montana
Idaho
 
Primary Colors
Red
Yellow
Blue
 
Pieces of a Three-Piece Suit
Jacket
Trousers
Vest
 
Sides of a Right Triangle
Hypotenuse
Opposite Leg
Adjacent Leg
 
Jonas Brothers
Nick
Joe
Kevin
 
States of H2O
Ice
Water
Water Vapor
 
NAFTA Countries
Canada
United States
Mexico
 
Companies Owned by Ford
Ford
Mercury
Lincoln
"Alien" Franchise Directors
Ridley Scott
James Cameron
David Fincher
 
Secondary Colors
Orange
Green
Purple
 
(Gettysburg Address) A Government...
Of the People
By the People
For the People
 
BLT Ingredients
Bacon
Lettuce
Tomato
 
Elements of a Crime
Motive
Intent
Execution
 
"Big 3" Greek Philosophers
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
 
"Big 3" Search Engines
Google
Bing
Yahoo
 
Companies Owned by Chrysler
Chrysler
Jeep
Dodge
"Sin City" Directors
Robert Rodriguez
Frank Miller
Quentin Tarantino
 
Bones in the Human Ear
Hammer
Anvil
Stirrup
 
Tests Faced by Indiana Jones to Reach the Holy Grail
The Breath of God
The Word of God
The Path of God
 
"Three Amigos" Actors
Steve Martin
Chevy Chase
Martin Short
 
Types of Irony
Verbal
Situational
Dramatic
 
Possible Combinations of Sex-Linked Chromosomes
XX
XY
XXY
 
Miami Heat's "Big 3"
LeBron James
Dwyane Wade
Chris Bosh
 
"Dollars" Trilogy Movies
A Fistful of Dollars
For a Few Dollars More
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
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Level 77
Oct 10, 2014
For crime element I tried commission, action, - I just couldn't think of execution. Hard quiz, but enjoyable.
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Level 78
Nov 25, 2014
Ford and Chrysler questions are a little ambiguous. For starters, the Mercury brand was dissolved several years ago. Also, didn't Chrysler buy Fiat? The right angle question is a little misleading as both sides adjacent to the right angle are called legs. They are only called opposite and adjacent when you are referring to them with respect to one of the acute angles.