Definition of trivium
: a group of studies consisting of grammar, rhetoric, and logic and forming the lower division of the seven liberal arts in medieval universities — compare quadrivium
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The audience will get to participate by singing along with the chorus and taking part in musical theater trivia.
Activities for the Mini Comic Con include superhero trivia, a crafting station to make your own bookmarks and a costume contest.
Royal Caribbean also promises eclipse-themed parties, trivia, lectures, and activities for children and the adults.
Team trivia night Adults and children 13 and older are invited to participate.
For a complete schedule of Time and other trivia hosts, visit earthtrivia.com.
Explore the world's oddities every week with Ken Jennings, and check out his book Maphead for more geography trivia.
The features are also very basic for now: food ordering, changing features on the television and playing small trivia games.
Today’s trivia question: name the classic 1971 film that brought together James Taylor and Dennis Wilson…
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Origin and Etymology of trivium
Medieval Latin, from Latin, meeting of three ways, crossroads
First Known Use: 1647
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