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ASFL Academic Team F

All answers start with the letter F

Austrian doctor who began developing his theories about dreams in 1897 and originated the study of psychoanalysis Freud
Roman Godess of flowers.spring, and fertility Flora
Author of The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank
Term that designates the resistance of a body in motion to the surface on which it travels Friction
The hobbit in Lord of the Rings who takes the ring on a desperate quest into the enemy's land Frodo
Word for a collection of information stored by a computer file
Italian mystic and priest born in Assisi who is the patron saint of animals and the environment Francis of Assisi
American poet who wrote The Road Not Taken Frost
Type of ice skating resembling dance Figure Skating
Symbol for the metallic element iron FE
Author, statesman, and inventor who at 81 was the oldest signer of the U.S. Constitution Benjamin Franklin
Coat of wool on a sheep. goat. or similar animal Fleece
City in Italy where the Renaissance began of a city in northwestern Alabama Florence
Compound added to the water supply of applied directly to teeth to prevent decay Fluoride
Author who wrote The Black Stallion Walter Farley
King who ruled Spain with his wife Isabella in the late 1400s Ferdinand
A member of the violin family usually associated with folk or country music Fiddle
Style of letters used in printing a document as hard copy Font
Any plant that lacks chlorophyll and lives by feeding off other plants or animals, alive or dead Fungus
High pitched instrument similar to a flute used in military bands Fife
Long pointless speech-making to prevent passage of unwant4ed legislation Filibuster
Regions of low pressure characterized by clouds and precipitation Front
Robinson Crusoe's servant Friday
Siberia Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan Far East
Developed the Clermont, the first commercially successful steamboat in America Robert Fulton
Magazine that publishes an annual listing of the 500 largest industrial companies Fortune
Roman meeting place Forum
American Architect famous for his geodesic domes Fuller (Richard Buckminster)
Bulky part of food that cannot be broken down by enzymes in the small intestine Fiber
Political party for U.S. president John Adams Federalist
Supreme goddess in Scandinavian mythology - wife of Odin Frigga
Verse without regular meter or rhyme Free verse
Amendment that says a person isn't required to testify against himself Fifth
A musical direction meaning "to be performed loudly" Forte
Mississippi author of The Sound and the Fury and As I Lay Dying Faulkner
Number of winks in a nap Forty
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