May 22, 2010

Dream World Trivia Questions and Answers Part 1

How is came about?
Since the Dream World spreaded to other websites as well, people from Kongregate started to fill Kongregate Wiki with huge articles, but after all, the game was not limited to Kongregate. The source has been dumped here.

there seems to be a lot of questions here but i have incurred questions which are not listed here...but anyways:

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one post couldnt fit all so here is part 2
Trivia   ↓Answer   ↓
From what did Alexander the Great suffer (Hint: E_______)
Epilepsy
What was H.G Well's' first novel? (Hint: T__T___M______)
The Time Machine
What is the name of the board that Baduk is player on? (Hint: G____)
Goban
what is the speech at the beginning of a play called? (Hint: P_______)
Prologue
Wimpy college professor becomes embroiled with pimps, prostitutes and underworld intrigue. (Hint: D_____D______)
Doctor Detroit
Who said "The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread."? (Hint: M_____T_____)
Mother Teresa
What is the second highest peak in Mexico? (Hint: P__________)
Popocatepel
music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: me and my arrow? (Hint: N_____)
Nelson
What is a resident of Manchester called? (Hint: M________)
Mancunian
What is the fastest breed of dog after the greyhound? (Hint: w______)
whippet
What breakfast cereal was invented at Battle Creek Sanitarium? (Hint: C___f_____)
Corn flakes
music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: please come home for christmas? (Hint: E_____)
Eagles
What color was Bullit's car? (Hint: G____)
Green
What tropic passes through mexico? (Hint: C_____)
Cancer
Which is the largest theme resort hotel? (Hint: L___C___)
Lost City
In which sport is the term "wishbone" used? (Hint: F_______)
Football
Who wrote of the Cornhuskers? (Hint: C___S_______)
Carl Sandburg
What is the purple ink used to stamp meat made from? (Hint: D___G____S____)
Dark Grape Skins
Author: fear of flying, how to save your own life? (Hint: E____J___)
Erica Jong
WWII: Where did the most famous encirclement of the Nazi troops during WWII take place? (Hint: S_________)
Stalingrad
-isms: A one-party system of government in which control is maintained by force and regimentation (Hint: F______)
Fascism
-isms: A painful stiffness of the muscles and joints (Hint: R_________)
Rheumatism
-isms: The theory that man cannot prove the existence of a god. (Hint: A__________)
Agnosticism
(Hint: B____)
Note: This is a buggy entry; it gives no question, just the hint.
Brown
007: who was one of Dr No's rocket technicians? (Hint: C____)
Chang
1994: who did George foreman beat to regain the heavyweight crown? (Hint: M______M_____)
Michael Moorer
7X was used to refer to the secret ingredient of which drink? (Hint: C___C___)
Coca Cola
80's chart toppers: name the artist: Savannah Nights? (Hint: T__J_______)
Tom Johnston
A late-nineteenth-century French school of painting. It focused on transitory visual impressions, often painted directly from nature, with an emphasis on the changing effects of light and color. (Hint: I____________)
Impressionism
A "gyre" is another term for what shape? (Hint: C___)
Coil
A beating movement of the legs. (Hint: B_________)
Battlement
A can of Pepsi holds �� fluid ounces. (Hint: T_____)
Twelve
A catalogue of words and synonyms? (Hint: T________)
Thesaurus
A composition made of cut and pasted materials, sometimes with images added by the artist. (Hint: C______)
Collage
A continuous aisle in a building, especially around the apse in a church. (Hint: A_________)
Ambulatory
A dance for two, usually a woman and a man. In its traditional form, it begins with an entre and adagio, followed by solo variations for each dancer, and a coda. (Hint: P__D_D___)
Pas De Deux
A decorative art movement that emerged in the late nineteenth century. Characterized by dense assymmetrical ornamentation in sinuos forms, it is often symbolic and of an erotic nature. (Hint: A__N______)
Art Nouveau
A firm is a decision-making production unit which transforms resources into goods and services which are ultimately bought by consumers, the government and ______? (Hint: O____F____)
Other Firms
A flat round hat sometimes worn by soldiers is a ______. (Hint: B_____)
Berret
A foot-long ruler is �� inches long. (Hint: T_____)
Twelve
A 'gigantopithecus' is a? (Hint: G____a__)
Giant ape
A horizontal projection, such as a balcony or beam, supported at one end only. (Hint: c_________)
cantilever
A large nucleated cell that produces myelin in peripheral nerve cells is the ______? (Hint: S______C___)
Schwann Cell
A loss of memory is known as ______. (Hint: A______)
Amnesia
A meaningless distraction is a ____ herring. (Hint: R__)
Red
A medicine that hastens the emptying of the bowels is called a ______. (Hint: L_______)
Laxitive
A method of painting developed by Seurat and Signac in the 1880s. It used dabs of pure color that were intended to mix in the eyes of viewers rather than on the canvas. It is also called divisionism or neoimpressionism. (Hint: P__________)
Pointillism
A method of producing images or letters from sheets of cardboard, metal, or other materials from which forms have been cut away. (Hint: S_________)
Stenciling
A mouth-like opening into the body; also the porous openings on the surface of leaves. (Hint: S____)
Stoma
A movement of the 1920s and 1930s that began in France. It explored the unconscious, often using images from dreams. It used spontaneous techniques and featured unexpected juxtapositions of objects. (Hint: S_________)
Surrealism
A movement of the 1960s and 1970s that emphasized the artistic idea over the art object. It attempted to free art from the confines of the gallery and the pedestal. (Hint: C_________A__)
Conceptual Art
A movement that began in Britain and the United States in the 1950s. It used the images and techniques of mass media, advertising, and popular culture, often in an ironic way (Hint: p__a__)
pop art
A print made by carving on a wood block, which is then inked and printed. (Hint: W______)
Woodcut
A pure public good is a good or a service, such as defense, the consumption of which by one person does not reduce its benefit to ______? (Hint: O_____)
Others
A realistic style of painting in which everyday life forms the subject matter, as distinguished from religious or historical painting. (Hint: g____p_______)
going painting
A row of columns, usually equidistant, supporting a beam or entablature. (Hint: C________)
Colonnade
A salt enema was given to children to rid them of ______? (Hint: T__________)
Threadworms
A small structure on top of a dome, tower or roof often open to admit light below. (Hint: L_____)
Lintel
A solemn court dance usually in duple time, popular in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries ? (Hint: B____D____)
Basse Danse
A sun-dried grape is known as a(n)______ (Hint: R_____)
Raisin
A triangle with two equal sides is called ______. (Hint: I________)
Isosceles
About which family are the Godfather films? (Hint: C_______)
Corleone
Absolutely pure ______ is so soft that it can be molded with the hands? (Hint: G___)
Gold
According to tradition, what animals desert a sinking ship? (Hint: R___)
Rats
Actor: ______ Borgnine. (Hint: E_____)
Ernest
Actor: ______ Hackman. (Hint: G___)
Gene
All hebrew orignating names that end with the letters 'el' have something to do with what? (Hint: G__)
God
Amino acids - asn is? (Hint: A_________)
Asparagine
An african-american dance in which couples strut and compete with high kicks and fast steps (Hint: C_______)
Cakewalk
An arched brick or stone ceiling or roof. (Hint: V____)
Vault
An arrangement for five performers is called a: (Hint: Q______)
Quintet
An artist supports his canvas on a(n) ______. (Hint: e____)
easel
An eighteenth-century European style, originating in France. In reaction to the grandeur and massiveness of the baroque, it employed refined, elegant, highly decorative forms. (Hint: R_____)
Rococo
An instrument on a car to measure the distance travelled is called a(n) (Hint: O_______)
Odometer
An operation that opens up the abdomen is called a? (Hint: l_________)
laparotomy
'Ancient' is to 'old' as 'recent' is to _______. (Hint: C______)
Current
Angie gets a workout in three separate stories about the effects of that proverbial green-eyed monster. (Hint: J_______)
Jealousy
Ankara is the capital of ______? (Hint: T_____)
Turkey
Approximately how many pounds of cereal will the average american/canadian eat every year? (Hint: T_____)
Twelve
Arithmophobia is the fear of? (Hint: N______)
Numbers
A male dancer who performs the 'princely' roles of the classical ballet, such as the Prince in Swan Lake. (Hint: d______ n____) (Hint: d______n____)
danseur noble
As clear as a ______? (Hint: B___)
Bell
{{DW QA| As fit as a(n)______? | Fiddle
As sick as a(n) ______. (Hint: D__)
Dog
As the price of one of two comparable commodities falls, the price of the other becomes relatively more expensive. The consumer is therefore induced to buy (choose) the first. This is called the ______ of the price change. (Hint: S_____e______)
System economy
As what is haemophilia also known ? (Hint: R____D______)
Royal Disease
As what is the glue on israeli postage stamps certified? (Hint: K_____)
Kosher
As who is Vincent Furnier known? (Hint: A____C_____)
Alice Cooper
At the end of "Planet of the Apes" what protruded from the rocks? (Hint: S_____o_L______)
Statue of Liberty
At what age did mrs Beaton & Anne Boleyn both die? (Hint: T_____N___)
Twenty Nine
author: deadly rich, ballerina, the privileged lives? (Hint: E_____S______)
Edward Stewart
Babies are born without? (Hint: K___c___)
Knee caps
Baby names beginning with a: meaning: loving, kind-hearted? (Hint: A____)
Aloha
Baby names beginning with n: meaning: flower bud? (Hint: N_____)
Nizana
Barcelona 1992 olympics: how many silver medals were won by: Ireland? (Hint: O__)
One
Before Gene Roddenberry's success in Star Trek, he was an ______? (Hint: A_______P____)
Airlines Pilot
Besides land, labour and capital, there is a fourth factor sometimes added to the main factors of production. This fourth factor is ______? (Hint: E_________)
Enterprise
Bon Jovi and Ritchie Sambora both list this band as their influence? (Hint: T__B______)
The Beatles
Boston butt, jowl, and picnic ham are parts of a ______. (Hint: P__)
Pig
Branch of linguistics concerned with the production, physical nature, and perception of speech sounds? (Hint: P________)
Phonetics
Bridgeport is the largest city in which state ? (Hint: C__________)
Connecticut
Bridgetown is the capital of _______? (Hint: B_______)
Barbados
Bridgetown is the capital of this country which is 430sq. miles in area and has ~259,191 people in 1999. What country is it...? (Hint: B_______)
Barbados
Bryan dattilo - lucas roberts on soap 'days? (Hint: O_o__l____)
Of our lives
{{DW QA| Budapest is the capital of ______? | Hungary | Apparently both forms of the same item, this and the previous question, are in the database
Bull - cow as fox - ______. (Hint: V____)
Vixen
By what name is Lysergic acid diethylamide better known? (Hint: L__)
LSD
By what name is Maurice Micklewhite better known as? (Hint: M______C____)
Michael Caine
By what name is Richard Starkey better known as? (Hint: R____S____)
Ringo Starr
By what name is Robert Zimmerman better known as? (Hint: B__D____)
Bob Dylan
Cartoons: what peanuts character always was dirty? (Hint: P_____)
Pigpen
Catlike leap in which one foot follows the other into the air, knees bent; the landing is in the fifth position. (Hint: P__d_C___)
Pas de Chat
Cattle are bovine, sheep are ______? (Hint: O____)
Ovine
Channel, between the southern tip of Florida and the island of Cuba, linking the Atlantic ocean and the gulf of Mexico? (Hint: S______o_F______)
Straits of Florida
Charles carroll died in 1832, 1836 or 1837? (Hint: 1___)
1832
Chicago Transit Authority is now known as which group? (Hint: C______)
Chicago
Chicago Transit Authority is now known as which group? (Hint: C______)
Chicago
Commercial jingles: taste the high country, taste the high country, taste the high country, taste? (Hint: C____)
Coors
Commercial jingles: when it rains, it pours? (Hint: M_____S___)
Morton Salt
Composer of the Brandenburg Concerti: J.S. (Hint: B___)
Bach
Computer terminology: tiny warehouses where computers store data temporarily until they have time to retrieve it? (Hint: B_____)
Buffer
computers: how do nostradomus and michelangelo influence computers? (Hint: c_____v______)
common viruses
Crime stories: belgium's most famous detective? (Hint: H______P_____)
Hercule Poirot
Crime stories: the most famous lawyer/sleuth? (Hint: P____M____)
Perry Mason
Crossword: Lock of Hair? (Hint: T____)
Tress
Crossword: Winter Jacket (Hint: P____)
Parka
Dictionary definition: a prompt and cheerful willingness? (Hint: A_______)
Alacrity
Differentiated products are products which are very similar, but not ______? (Hint: I________)
Identical
Ding, dong, bell! Where's pussy? (Hint: i_t__w___)
in the well
Doraphobia is a fear of ______? (Hint: F__)
Fur
Dreams are good friends when you're ______? (Hint: L_____)
Lonely
Economists have managed to separate the problems of an efficient allocation of resources from the controversial question of the distribution of income and wealth. The latter is concerned with (Hint: V____J________)
Value Judgement
Every citizen of Kentucky is required by law to take a what once a year? (Hint: B___)
Bath
Famous people: what was Mrs. Michael Jackson II's first name? (Hint: D_____)
Debbie
Fear of flying, how to save your own life. What first name? (Hint: J___)
Jong
Film Title: _______ (a number) Leagues Under the Sea. (Hint: T_____T_______)
Twenty Thousand
Film Title: Fahrenheit ______. (a number) (Hint: 4__)
451
Film title: The Last Days of ______. (a city) (Hint: P_______)
Pompeii.
First names: ______ Agnew, disgraced vice president under Nixon? (Hint: S____)
Spiro
Football the buffalo ______? (Hint: B____)
Bills
Football: The Pittsburgh ______? (Hint: S_______)
Steelers
For what is the spanish mission san antonio de valero best remembered ? (Hint: B_____o_t__A____)
Battle of the Alamo
For which ad campaign was the line 'I can't believe I ate the whole thing' used? (Hint: A___________)
Alka-Seltzer
For which cartoon character was Beethoven a favourite composer? (Hint: S________)
Schroeder
Forest ____ liked shrimp. (Hint: G___)
Gump
forked, sheet, and ball are types of ______? (Hint: L________)
Lightning
Formula filmmaking that even bored its intended audience. Cop Eastwood chews stogies for breakfast, while new partner Sheen is a rich kid, who apparently enjoys collecting facial contusions. (Hint: T__R_____)
The Rookie
Fragments of an exploded bomb? (Hint: S_______)
Shrapnel
French: served with flaming liquid or liqueur? (Hint: F______)
Flamble
From 1979 until 2000 the most distant planet from the earth was ______. (Hint: N______)
Neptune
From what did the virus first leak in the Andromeda strain? (Hint: Ad_____s________)
A downed satellite
From what fruit is the liqueur kirsch made? (Hint: C_______)
Cherries
From which fish is caviar obtained? (Hint: S_______)
Sturgeon
From which of Shakespeare's plays is this line: "All the world's a stage..." (Hint: A_Y__L___I_)
As You Like It
From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: "Double, double ... " (Hint: M______)
Macbeth
From which team did Marlboro switch its backing to Mclaren in the 1974 season? (Hint: B__)
BGP
Geography : in which continent would you find the Lena river? (Hint: A___)
Asia
Geography: In what city would you find the SCG? (Hint: S_____)
Sydney
Germany was split into two zones by which agreement? (Hint: Y____a________)
Yalta agreement
Give either Christian name of English writer H.G. Wells? (Hint: H______)
Herbert
Good-buddy truckdrivers Fonda and Reed battle a rival kingpin's goon who want to force them off the road for good. (Hint: H___________)
High-ballin'
Grammy awards: what album by carole king won the grammy in 1971? (Hint: T_______)
Tapestry
Grease 1 & 2: What did Danny tell Rizzo at the Malt shop? (Hint: B___t__W_____)
Bite the Wienie
He designed the first feasible automobile with an internal combustion engine. (Hint: K___F________B___)
Karl Freidrich Benz
Helen Hayes died at age 93 in ______? (Hint: 1___)
1993
He starred in "Conan the Barbarian". (Hint: A_____S_____________)
Arnold Schwarzenegger
He transmitted radio signals across the Atlantic in 1901. (Hint: G________M______)
Guglielmo Marconi
He was defeated at the Battle of Little Bighorn. (Hint: G_____C_____)
George Custer
He was heavy-weight champion in boxing from 1897-1899, and known as Ruby Robert. (Hint: B__F_________)
Bob Fitzsimmon
He was heavy-weight champion in boxing from 1932-1933, and known as The Boston Gob. (Hint: J___S______)
Jack Sharkey
He was heavy-weight champion in boxing from 1964-1970, and known as The Louisville Lip. (Hint: M_______A__)
Muhammad Ali
Heroin is derived from which plant? (Hint: O____P____)
Opium Poppy
His wife was Penelope and his son, Telemachus. He was exiled from his home on Ithaca for angering the gods? (Hint: O_______)
Odysseus
His wife was Roxana, his horse was Bacephalus, he was ? (Hint: A________t__G____)
Alexander the Great
Hockey: The Edmonton _____. (Hint: O_____)
Oilers
Hockey: The Los Angeles _____. (Hint: K____)
Kings
Hockey: The Montreal ______. (Hint: C________)
Canadiens
Hockey: The Pittsburgh ______. (Hint: P_______)
Penguins
Hockey: the vancouver? (Hint: C______)
Canucks
Hook, line and ______. (Hint: S_____)
Sinker
How heavy was the hammer swung by John Henry? (Hint: N___p_____)
Nine pounds
How high can a kangaroo jump? (Hint: t__m_____)
two meters
How many astronauts manned each Apollo flight? (Hint: T____)
Three
How many British officers were forced by Indian troops into the Black Hole of Calcutta ? (Hint: 1__)
146
How many buttons does a double breasted suit have ? (Hint: S__)
Six
How many country's have a life expectancy of over 80 years? (Hint: F___)
Four
How many cowhides do the NFL use for a year's supply of footballs ? (Hint: T____T_______)
Three Thousand
How many degrees does the earth rotate each hour? (Hint: F______)
Fifteen
How many eyeballs does a four-eyed fish have? (Hint: T__)
Two
How many feet high is a basketball net? (Hint: T__)
Ten
how many folds does a monopoly board have? (Hint: O__)
One
How many 'home video games' were there in the usa in 1992? (Hint: T__m______)
Ten million
how many inches are there in a yard? (Hint: t_____s__)
thirty six
How many pieces of bun are in a McDonald's Big Mac? (Hint: T____)
Three
How many seams are there on an american football? (Hint: F___)
Four
How many seconds are in a day? (Hint: 8____)
86400
How many sides are on a home-plate? (Hint: F___)
Five
How many stab wounds did Julius Caesar have when he died? (Hint: T_____t____)
Twenty three
How many stories did Enid Blyton publish in 1959 ? (Hint: F____N___)
Fifty Nine
How many strings on a seven string guitar? (Hint: S____)
Seven
How many students were killed by the national guard at Kent State in 1970? (Hint: F___)
Four
How many symphonies did Beethoven "complete"? (Hint: E____)
Eight
How many times its own length can the average flea jump? (Hint: 1__)
150
How many years in a vicennial? (Hint: T_____)
Twenty
How many years make up a vicennial period? (Hint: T_____)
Twenty
How many years were between the creation of the Magna Carta and the American Declaration of Independence? (Hint: 5__)
561
How old was John F. Kennedy when he became president? (Hint: F____T____)
Forty Three
Hydroponics is the technique by which plants are grown in water without? (Hint: s___)
soil
If bats are nocturnal and horses diurnal, than coyotes and others animals that roam at the twilight hours and dawn are called: (Hint: C__________)
Crepuscular
If you were born on: 07 december what zodiac symbol would you be represented by, the:? (Hint: A_____)
Archer
If you were born on: 12 january what zodiac symbol would you be represented by, the:? (Hint: G___)
Goat
In 1298 English defeat scots at battle of____________-? (Hint: F______)
Falkirk
In 1528 England & France declare war on emperor ____________ V of spain. (Hint: C______)
Charles
In 1902 this volcano erupted, killing 30,000. (Hint: P____)
Pelee
In 1909, which U.S. President became the first to be depicted on a coin? (Hint: A______L______)
Abraham Lincoln
In 1925 Walter Percy ____________ founded the Chrysler corporation? (Hint: C_______)
Chrysler
In 1941 james joyce novelist, dies in____________ switzerland, at 58. (Hint: Z_____)
Zurich
In 1942 henry ford patents a method of constructing ______ auto bodies. (Hint: P______)
Plastic
In 1955 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Halldor Kiljan Laxness, for his vivid epic power which has renewed the great narrative art of ______? (Hint: I______)
Iceland
In 1955 the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine was given to Axel Hugo Theodor Theorell for his discoveries concerning the nature and mode of action of oxidation (Hint: E______)
Enzymes
In 1956 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Juan Ramon Jimenez for his lyrical poetry, which in Spanish language constitutes an example of high spirit and ______? (Hint: A_________p_____)
Artistical purity
In 1959 the Nobel prize in chemistry was given to Jaroslav Heyrovsky for his discovery and development of the polarographic methods of ______? (Hint: A_______)
Analysis
In 1962 Chubby Checker had a hit with a pop song and novelty dance that remains famous today. What was that dance? (Hint: T__T____)
The Twist
In 1964 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Jean-Paul Satre (who declined the prize) for his work which, rich in ideas and filled with the spirit of freedom and the quest for truth, has exerted a farreaching influence _________? (Hint: o_o__a__)
on our age
In 1971 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Pablo Neruda for a poetry that with the action of an elemental force brings alive a continent's destiny and ______? (Hint: D_____)
Dreams
In 1976 ____________-- ownership legalized in Australia.? (Hint: G___)
Gold
In 1976 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Saul Bellow for the human understanding and subtle analysis of contemporary culture that are ______? (Hint: C_______i_h__w___)
Combined in his work
In 1976 the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine was given to Baruch S. Blumberg and D. Carleton Gajdusek for their discoveries concerning new mechanisms for the origin and dissemination of ________ (Hint: I_________d_______)
Infectious diseases
In 1977 Walt Disney's ____________-- released.? (Hint: T__R_______)
The Rescuers
In 1978 rev jim ____________-- leads 911 people in suicide in jonestown, guyana? (Hint: J____)
Jones
In 1978 the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine was given to Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans and Hamilton O. Smith for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of ______? (Hint: m________g_______)
molecular genetics
In 1978, whose music did def leppard like to cover in small clubs? (Hint: T___L____)
Thin Lizzy
In 1982 the Nobel prize in chemistry was given to Sir Aaron Klug for his development of crystallographic electron microscopy and his structural elucidation of biologically important nuclei acid-protein ______? (Hint: C________)
Complexes
In 1983, what NBA star received an honorary doctorate from Temple U? (Hint: J_____E_____)
Julius Erving
In 1990 the Nobel prize in chemistry was given to Elias James Corey for his development of the theory and methodology of ______? (Hint: O______s________)
Organic synthesis
In 1993 the Nobel prize in physics was awarded jointly to Russel A. Hulse and Joseph H. Taylor Jr. for the discovery of a new type of pulsar, a discovery that has opened up new possibilities for the study of ______? (Hint: G__________)
Gravitation
In 1997 the Nobel prize in literature was given to Dario Fo, who emulates the jesters of the Middle Ages in scourging authority and upholding the dignity of the ______? (Hint: D__________)
Downtrodden
In 1997 the Nobel prize in physics was awarded jointly to Steven Chu, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji and William D. Philips for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with ______? (Hint: L____l____)
Laser light
In a period of 400 years how many times does the 1st of January fall on a Sunday? (Hint: 5_)
58
In a Spanish bar, what are topaz? (Hint: S_____)
Snacks
In alphabet radio code, what word is used for 'f'? (Hint: F______)
Foxtrot
In an average lifetime, the average american eats 1,813 pounds of (Hint: B______)
Bananas
In ancient Assyria and Babylonia, a tower in the shape of a stepped pyramide. It formed the base of a temple. (Hint: Z_______)
Ziggurat
In ballet, the ability of a dancer to remain suspended in air during a jump; elasticity in jumping. (Hint: B_____)
Ballon
In ballet, low, as in placement of arms. (Hint: E_b__)
En bas
In ballet, shifting weight from one foot to the other? (Hint: d_____)
degage
In ballroom dance, a characteristic figure that remains constant. (Hint: B____m_______)
Basic movement
In baseball, who won their first world series in 1969? (Hint: N__Y___M___)
New York Mets
In common: mountain, central, Greenwich mean, eastern standard? (Hint: T___Z___)
Time Zone
In europe this plant was first grown as an ornamental plant and not eaten until the 1830's.? (Hint: T_____)
Tomato
In Greek mythology, who did Minos hire to construct the labyrinth? (Hint: D_______)
Daedalus
In Greek mythology, who solved the riddle of the Sphinx? (Hint: O______)
Oedipus
In HG Wells "The Time Machine," two races of the future are the child-like Eloi, and the subterranean monsters called the (Hint: M_______)
Morlocks
In In CB talk, what are greenies, coupons and paperwork? (Hint: S_______T______)
Speeding Tickets
In Norse myth, there were two separate races of gods: the Aesir gods which included Odin and Thor, and the ______ gods from whom descended Freya. (Hint: V____)
Vanir
In one of Donald Horne's novels they refer to Australia as (Hint: T__l____c______)
The lucky country
In scrabble, what is the point value for the standard vowels? (Hint: O__)
One
In the 70s Hit Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons what is the name of the company Scralet works for? (Hint: S_______)
Spectrum
In the 9th century which city had several thousand bookstores? (Hint: B______)
Baghdad
In the game of chess, which piece has the most freedom to move? (Hint: Q____)
Queen
In the Gregorian calendar after 10,000 years by how many days will the calendar be wrong by ? (Hint: T____)
Three
In the TV series 'The Brady Bunch', what was Cindy's toy doll's name? (Hint: K____C____A__)
Kitty Carry All
In the 'Twelve days of Christmas', how many items in total are sent by 'my true love'? (Hint: S______E____)
Seventy Eight
In this 1968 film the husband of an unsuspecting young wife becomes involved with a witch's coven. (Hint: R_________B___)
Rosemary's Baby
In trigonometry what term describes an angle between 0 and 90 degrees? (Hint: A____)
Acute
In what Australian state would you find Mackay? (Hint: Q_________)
Queensland
In what book would you find a Hefalump? (Hint: W_____t__P___)
Winnie the Pooh
In what city in Georgia is it illegal to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole or street lamp? (Hint: A______)
Atlanta
In what city is the house of the rising sun located? (Hint: N__O______)
New Orleans
In what city is the Olympic torch first lit ? (Hint: O______)
Olympia
In what country do people speak the Language they call Nihongo? (Hint: J____)
Japan
In what county is Silicon Valley? (Hint: S____C___C_____)
Santa Cruz County
In what did someone squish her hands to make the sound of e.t walking? (Hint: J____)
Jelly
in what film did 'jack d ripper' go berserk? (Hint: D__s__________)
Dr. strangelove
In what Province Is Dublin? (Hint: L_______)
Leinster
In what sport is the term 'terminal speed' used? (Hint: D___R_____)
Drag Racing
In what state was Carl Lewis born? (Hint: A______)
Alabama
In what war did the jet fighters first battle each other? (Hint: T__K_____W__)
The Korean War
In what year landed Viking I on mars? (Hint: 1___)
1976
In what year was the Taj Mahal finished? (Hint: 1___)
1653
In which book does the character John Blackthrone appear? (Hint: S_____)
Shogun
In which city is the Bridge of Sighs? (Hint: V_____)
Venice
In which city is the C.N. Tower? (Hint: T______)
Toronto
In which city is the Canale Grande? (Hint: V_____)
Venice
In which city was Hugh Grant arrested with Divine Brown? (Hint: L__A______)
Los Angeles
In which continent would you find the Mackenzie river? (Hint: N____A______)
North America
In which country is Normandy? (Hint: F_____)
France
In which country is the US naval station at Guantanmo Bay? (Hint: C___)
Cuba
In which country would you find Angkor Wat ? (Hint: C_______)
Cambodja
In which country would you find the spectacular rock formation known as The Three Sisters? (Hint: A________)
Australia
In which Disney movie is the song "So This Is Love"? (Hint: C_________)
Cinderella
In which film were the entire cast nominated for oscars? (Hint: W____a_____o_)
Who's afraid of
In which organ is your "hypothalmus" located? (Hint: B____)
Brain
in which series did linda evans, a star of dynasty, first appear? (Hint: B__V_____)
Big Valley
In which state are the Everglades? (Hint: F______)
Florida
In which state is Hoover Dam? A______ (Hint: A______)
Arizona
In which state is the Mayo Clinic? (Hint: M________)
Minnesota
In world war I, which German prisoner of war camp was near potsdam, Germany (Hint: D_______)
Doberitz
Individual bananas are called? (Hint: F_____)
Finger
Instruction given to Vanilla Ice in Ice, Ice Baby? (Hint: G_w____b__g_)
Go white boy go
International Phonetic Alphabet: C (Hint: C______)
Charlie
Into what ocean does the Zambezi River empty? (Hint: I_____O____)
Indian Ocean
Into which estuary do the Trent and Ouse flow? (Hint: H_____)
Humber
Jack and Jill went up a ______ to fetch a pail of water? (Hint: H___)
Hill
'Janie's got a gun' was on whose 1989 album 'pump'? (Hint: A________)
Aerosmith
Jared leto - up and coming actor playing ______ catalano on 'my so-called life'? (Hint: J_____)
Jordan
Jerry is the poor stepson turned into a handsome prince for a night by fairy godfather. (Hint: C_________)
Cinderella
Jim Backus was the voice of Mr. ______? (Hint: M____)
Magoo
John F. Kennedy Airport in New York used to be called? (Hint: I_______)
Idlewild
Jumble word: lobkacg? (Hint: B______)
Backlog
Kotex was first manufactured as ______, during w.w.i.? (Hint: B_______)
Bandages
Lady sings the blues was about who? (Hint: B_____H______)
Billie Holiday
Languages: if you were to hear sawubona? (Hint: Z___)
Zulu
Life what Major does David Bowie's Space Oddity refer to? (Hint: M____T__)
Major Tom
Lilongwe is the capital of ______? (Hint: M_____)
Malawi
Linen is obtained from the fibers of what plant? (Hint: F___)
Flax
Linux is a clone of what operating system ? (Hint: U___)
Unix
Literature: according to the book of mark, how long did the darkness last after jesus' crucifixion (Hint: T____h____)
Three hours
Lome is the capital of ______? (Hint: T___)
Togo
Mardi Gras is French for (Hint: F__T______)
Fat Tuesday
Maria Elena Santiago married who in 1958? (Hint: B____H____)
Buddy Holly
Maxillary palps, abdomen, and metathorax are parts of a(n) ______. (Hint: I_____)
Insect
Mercury's period of orbit takes how many earth days? (Hint: E_____E____)
Eighty Eight
Moldings and ornamentation projecting from the surface of a wall. (Hint: R_____)
Relief
Movies: Hollywood: singer made his debut in the jazz singer? (Hint: N___D______)
Neil Diamond
Moving anti-clockwise on a dartboard, what is the number next to '4'? (Hint: E_______)
Eighteen
Musical groups: england dan & ______? (Hint: J___F___C____)
John Ford Coley
Music : 60's chart toppers: Name the artist: Bird Dance Beat? (Hint: T__T_______)
The Trashmen
Music : 60's chart toppers: name the artist: Blue Bayou? (Hint: R__O______)
Roy Orbison
Music : 60's chart toppers: name the artist: tie me kangaroo down, sport? (Hint: R___H_____)
Rolf Harris
Music : 60's chart toppers: name the artist: Yakety Sax? (Hint: B____R_______)
Boots Randolph
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: fairytale? (Hint: P______S______)
Pointer Sisters
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: goodbye to love? (Hint: C_________)
Carpenters
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: loving you just crossed my mind? (Hint: S__N____)
Sam Neely
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: My Sweet Lady? (Hint: J___D_____)
John Denver
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: stay? (Hint: J______B_____)
Jackson Browne
Music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: train, train? (Hint: B________)
Blackfoot
Music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: cannonball? (Hint: S_________)
Supertramp
Music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: face the face? (Hint: P___T________)
Pete Townshend
Music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: girlfriend (Hint: p______)
pebbles
music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: i'm alright? (Hint: K____L______)
Kenny Loggins
Music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: jimmy lee? (Hint: a_____f_______)
aretha franklin
Music : 80's chart toppers: name the artist: Living in a Fantasy? (Hint: L__S____)
Leo Sayer
Music : 90's chart toppers: name the artist: hold on (Hint: e_v____)
en vogue
Music : 90's chart toppers: name the artist: keep on walkin' (Hint: C___P_______)
Cece Peniston
Music : 90's chart toppers: name the artist: kissing you? (Hint: K____W_________)
Keith Washington
music : band: Rowland S. Howard, Genevieve McGuckin, Epic Soundtracks etc? (Hint: T____I_______S____)
These Immortal Souls
Music : category: 1980s hits: KC and The Sunshine band's last #1, in 1980...? (Hint: P_____d____g_)
Please don't go
Music : Category: Alternative music : Verse Chorus Verse was going to be the name of this band's newest album? (Hint: N______)
Nirvana
Music : category: rap trivia: name the band: killers, ides of march, clairvoyant, flight of icarus? (Hint: I___M_____)
Iron Maiden
Music : category: rap trivia: name the first band signed to Beastie Boys' 'Grand Royal' record label.? (Hint: L_______J______)
Luscious Jackson
Music : category: song titles: musical with: Iowa Stubborn, sincere, the sadder but wiser girl for me? (Hint: M____m__)
Music man
Music : Complete this Elvis song title: Blueberry ______-? (Hint: H___)
Hill
music : famous gills: country singer who appeared in urban cowboy.? (Hint: M_____G_____)
Mickey Gilley
Music : guitarist with only 9 full fingers ? (Hint: J____G_____)
Jerry Garcia
Music : pop no 1s: which band were back for good (unfortunately) in 1995? (Hint: T___T___)
Take That
Music groups: ______ grape? (Hint: M___)
Moby
Music term (ger.) - under, lower? (Hint: U____)
Unter
Music term: (ger.) - under, lower. (Hint: U_____)
Un'ter
Music: 60's chart toppers: name the artist: "Clean Up Your Own Backyard"? (Hint: E____P______)
Elvis Presley
Music: 80's chart toppers: name the artist: blame it on the rain? (Hint: M____V______)
Milli Vanilli
Music: 80's chart toppers: name the artist: girls, girls, girls? (Hint: M_____C___)
Motley Crue
Music: 90's chart toppers: name the artist: the one and only? (Hint: C______H_____)
Chesney Hawkes
Music: besides Sonny Bono, what other famous male celebrity does Cher have a child with? (Hint: G____A_____)
Gregg Allman
Music: How did Jim Croce die? (Hint: P____C____)
Plane Crash
Music: lynyrd skynyrd song: sweet home ______? (Hint: A______)
Alabama
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: dissident? (Hint: P____J__)
Pearl Jam
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: hit between the eyes (meine/rarebell/schenker/vallance)? (Hint: S________)
Scorpions
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: i am waiting (Jagger/Richards)? (Hint: T__R______S_____)
The Rolling Stones
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: loving you sunday morning (meine/rarebell/schenker)? (Hint: S________)
Scorpions
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: no strings attached (Chasez/Daymond/Greggs)? (Hint: '_s___)
'N sync
Music: name the artist/band that recorded this song: one of these nights (Frey/Henley)? (Hint: E_____)
Eagles
Music: song: name the artist: god only knows? (Hint: T__B____B___)
The Beach Boys
Music: what group consisted of Jack, Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker? (Hint: C____)
Cream
Music: who recorded 'all i need' (Hint: J___W_____)
Jack Wagner
music: who recorded the 1955 hit song 'unchained melody'? (Hint: A_H______)
Al Hibbler
Music: who recorded the 1962 hit song 'you'll lose a good thing'? (Hint: B______L___)
Barbara Lynn
Name Li'l Abner's favorite Indian drink. (Hint: K_______J__J____)
Kickapoo Joy Juice
Name one male fish that gives birth? (Hint: S__h____)
Sea horse
Name Ronald Reagan's first wife. (Hint: W____)
Wyman
Name that computer term: a total programme failure.? (Hint: C____)
Crash
Name that drink: brandy _____ (Hint: A________)
Alexander
name that drink: hat ______? (Hint: T____)
Trunk
Name the apartments the Jetson's live in. (Hint: T__S_____A_________)
The Skypad Apartment.
Name the artist/band that recorded this song: Mr Crowley (Hint: O___O_______)
Ozzy Osbourne
Name the artist/band: sometimes? (Hint: E______)
Erasure
Name the artist/band: valerie? (Hint: S_____W______)
Stevie Winwood
Name the author of 'The Catcher in the Rye'? (Hint: J___S_______)
J.D. Salinger
Name the band - songs include "Add It Up, Blister In The Sun, Kiss Off"? (Hint: V______F_____)
Violent Femmes
Name the battle on December 2nd 1805 in which the French forces of Emperor Napoleon defeated those of Alexander I of Russia and Francis II of Austria (Hint: B_____o_A_________)
Battle of Austerlitz
Name the European hit, now an animated series about underwater people. (Hint: T__S_____)
The Snorks
Name the large mountain chain in the eastern U.S.A. (Hint: T__A___________)
The Appalachians
Name the largest city in Canada. (Hint: T______)
Toronto
Name the largest gland in the human body. (Hint: L____)
Liver
Name the last province to become part of Canada? (Hint: N___________)
Newfoundland
Name the late actor who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars (Hint: A___G______)
Alec Guiness
Name the longest river in Asia. (Hint: Y______)
Yangtze
Name the musical film named After a State (Hint: O_______)
Oklahoma
Name the nursery rhyme mother whos last name is that of a bird? (Hint: M_____G____)
Mother Goose
Name the only first lady to appear on us paper currency? (Hint: M_____W_________)
Martha Washington
Name the producer for Elvis Presley's 1956 'heartbreak hotel'? (Hint: C___A_____)
Note: This trivia question is wrong, Steve Sholes was the producer.
Chet Atkins
Name the radio show launched in 1935 which featured hit records (Hint: Y___H__P_____)
Your Hit Parade
Name the second largest country in africa? (Hint: A______)
Algeria
name the year: 1st running of the indianapolis 500 ? (Hint: 1___)
1911
Name the year: Jacques Tati, director (traffic, playtime, my uncle), born.? (Hint: 1___)
1907
Name the year: Katherine Hepburn (in Connecticut), actor (African queen, on golden pond)? (Hint: 1___)
1909
Name the year: manchester massacre; english police charge unemployed demonstrators.? (Hint: 1___)
1819
Name the year: Mohammed V king of Morocco (1953, 1955-61), born? (Hint: 1___)
1909
Name the year: Mount Etna erupts in Sicily Italy? (Hint: 1___)
1971
Name the year: Ray Bradbury, science fiction author (Fahrenheit 451), born.? (Hint: 1___)
1920
Name the year: venera 3, venus landing.? (Hint: 1___)
1966
Ncaa: who was the MVP in the Men's basketball championship game in 1986? (Hint: P_____E______)
Pervis Ellison
Near which Belarus City did the biggest ever tank battle take place during WWII? (Hint: K____)
Kursk
Nitroglycerin was developed by? (Hint: A______S______)
Ascanio Sobrero
Non-dairy creamer is? (Hint: f________)
flammable
North American Indian Language commonly found in Alaska and Southwestern United States and North America (Hint: A_________)
Athapaskan
Nuclear membrane, cytoplasm, and nucleus are parts of a(n) ______. (Hint: C___)
Cell
Of what material is the state house in providence constructed? (Hint: G______M_____)
Georgia Marble
Of which Cambodian party was Pol Pot the leader? (Hint: K____R____)
Khmer Rouge
Of which country does the Khalahari Desert cover 84%? (Hint: B_______)
Botswana
On the people's choice, what was Cleo? (Hint: D__)
Dog
On the piano is the note five semitones up from middle c black or white? (Hint: W____)
White
On this day: 10 september 1973 Muhammad Ali defeats (Hint: K__N_____)
Ken Norton
On what is an espadrille worn? (Hint: F___)
Feet
On what new york city street does the annual easter parade take place? (Hint: F____A_____)
Fifth Avenue
On what part of the body is an 'LTK procedure' performed? (Hint: E___)
Eyes
On what river is the capital city of Canada? (Hint: O_____)
Ottawa
On what show was the segment 'that wonderful year' featured? (Hint: G____M____S___)
Garry Moore Show
One gram of pcbs can make up to ______ litres of water unsuitable for freshwater aquatic life? (Hint: O__b______)
One billion
Orson Wells was nominated for four oscars for which legendary movie ? (Hint: C______K___)
Citizen Kane
Osteomyelitis affects the ______ (Hint: B____)
Bones
Our candidate for the best Hollywood movie of all time. (Hint: C_________)
Casablanca
Our Town is a play by whom? (Hint: T_______W_____)
Thornton Wilder
Over what network did the world's first live computer marriage take place? (Hint: C_______)
Computer
Oysters broiled or baked with spinach & herbs on rock salt are called (Hint: W______s___)
Whaling ship
Paper is made from the pulp of ______. (Hint: W___)
Wood
'Pareto efficiency' (after Vilfredo Pareto) is a situation in which it is not possible to make someone better off without making someone else _____. (Hint: W____O__)
Worse Off
Peridot is the birthstone for ______? (Hint: A_____)
August
Person paying for accomodation in anothers house? (Hint: L_____)
Lodger
Peter Sellers is best known for his role as Inspector ______. (Hint: C_______)
Clouseau
Philosophy: Epicurus, who believed that pleasure is the highest good, gave us which term synonymous with hedonistic? (Hint: e________)
epicurean
Phobia's: seplophobia- fear of...? (Hint: D_______m_____)
Decaying matter
Popeye's chief adversary has two names, Bluto and ______? (Hint: B_____)
Brutus
Popular social dance during the eighteenth century; done in rows or circles, it may have derived from English country dancing. (Hint: c__________)
contredanse
Protein is made of basic chemical units known as ______? (Hint: A____a____)
Amino acids
Psycho killer was recorded by this group? (Hint: T______H____)
Talking Heads
Refers to art that uses emphasis and distortion to communicate emotion. More specifically, it refers to early twentieth-century northern European art, especially in Germany c. 1905-23. (Hint: E____________)
Expressionism
Removal of surface or subsurface water from a given area by natural or artificial means? (Hint: D_______)
Drainage
Roman numerals: what is the roman numeral for 6? (Hint: V_)
VI
Rome is the capital of ______? (Hint: I____)
Italy
She overcame her handicaps to become a lecturer and a scholar. (Hint: H_____K_____)
Hellen Keller
She starred in the 1952 film, "Niagara". (Hint: M______M_____)
Marilyn Monroe
She was Queen of Egypt and mistress of Julius Caesar. (Hint: C________)
Cleopatra
She was the first woman premier of Israel. (Hint: G____M___)
Golda Meir
She was the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo. (Hint: A_____E______)
Amelia Earhart
Sodium bicarbonate is better known as (Hint: B_____s___)
Baking soda
Spectacles for entertainment, usually with allegorical or mythological themes, performed by the aristocracy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, combining music, recitatives and mime. (Hint: C____b_____)
Court ballet
St. Christopher the patron saint of ______? (Hint: T_________)
Travellers
St. George's is the capital city of what island country? (Hint: G______)
Grenada
Standard Italian dances and their music of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. (Hint: B____)
Balli
Stephen King: name of the town where abigail freemantle lives in the stand (2 words)? (Hint: H__________H____)
Hemmingford House
Stephen King's: "Salem's ______". (Hint: L__)
Lot
Steps performed on the floor. It is the opposite of en l'air. (Hint: P__T____)
Par Terre
Stones hewn, squared, and smoothed for use in building, as distinguished from rough building stones. (Hint: A_____)
Ashlar
Surfing is believed to have originated here. (Hint: H_____)
Hawaii
Temperature at which a liquid congeals into the solid state at a given pressure? (Hint: F_______p____)
Freezing point
The "canebrake", "timber" and "pygmy" are types of what? (Hint: R___________)
Rattlesnakes
The ______ is the smelliest animal on the planet. it's anal glands can be smelled from half a mile away? (Hint: Z______)
Zorilla
The 1991 women's championship in swimming and diving was won by (Hint: T____)
Texas
The anatomical name for the tailbone is the ______? (Hint: C_____)
Coccyx
The Auckland Islands belong to which country? (Hint: N__Z______)
New Zealand
The Big Dipper is part of what constellation? (Hint: U___M____)
Ursa Major
The brady bunch: the family dog's name? (Hint: T____)
Tiger
The capital of the African country Liberia is named after which American president? (Hint: J____M_____)
James Monroe
The comic known as peanuts was originally known as? (Hint: l___f____)
li'l folks
The fallacy of personifying inanimate objects, often in bad taste? (Hint: P_______F______)
Pathetic Fallacy
the feet account for one quarter of all the human bodie's what? (Hint: B____)
Bones
The fibre sisal is chiefly used to make what? (Hint: R___)
Rope
The first skyscraper in the United States was built in which city? (Hint: C______)
Chicago
The force perpendicular to the surface of an object which counters the gravitational force? (Hint: N_____F____)
Normal Force
The green variety of beryl is called ______. (Hint: E______)
Emerald
The Indus River flows through which country? (Hint: P_______)
Pakistan
The japanese martial art of fencing is called k_____? (Hint: K____)
Kendo
The key of A major has ___ sharps. (Hint: T____)
Three
The Last Days of ______. (a city) (Hint: P______)
Pompeii
The longest key on your keyboard is the _____ bar. (Hint: S____)
Space
The longest side in a right-angled triangle is called the ______? (Hint: H_________)
Hypotenuse
The massacre at Kent State occurred as students protested the bombing of Cambodia and the ______ war. (Hint: V______)
Vietnam
The measurement by which parts of a building are related to one another, for example, the diameter of a column (Hint: M_____)
Module
The members of a ballet company who do not perform solo. (Hint: C____d_b_____)
Corps de ballet
The name Australia is derived from the Latin word "australis" which means ______. (Hint: S_______)
Southern
The name Australia is derived from the Latin word "australis" which means ______. (Hint: S_______)
Southern
The name for the Russian equivalent of Skylab is (Hint: S_____)
Salyut
The name for this semi-precious stone comes from the Latin for "sea water" (Hint: a_________)
aquamarine
The only McDonald?s restaurant in the world built on a horse-racing course is in? (Hint: H___K___)
Hong Kong
The pentagon, in arlington, virginia, has how many daily lamp replacements? (Hint: 2__)
250
The person who carries the golfer's clubs is called a(n) ______. (Hint: c_____)
caddie
The revolutionary newspaper, pravda, was first published in 1912 in which country? (Hint: R_____)
Russia
The sea gods had a three-pronged spear called a(n) (Hint: T______)
Trident
The square root of 1 is? (Hint: O__)
One
The Stevie Wonder song, 'isn't she lovely' was about whom? (Hint: H__d_______)
His daughter
The study of insects is? (Hint: E_________)
Entomology
The study of light and its relation to sight is called ______. (Hint: O_____)
Optics
The study of the earth's physical divisions into mountains, seas, etc. is ______. (Hint: G________)
Geography
The term Centennial represents how many years? (Hint: O__H______)
One Hundred
The term Quadricentennial represents how many years? (Hint: F___h______)
Four hundred
The term Sesquincentennial represents how many years? (Hint: 1__)
150
The 'theory of revealed preference' is based on the reasonable proposition that a consumer will actually choose to consume that collection of goods that he ______? (Hint: P______)
Prefers
The title of this Shakespeare play begins and ends with the same 7-letter word? (Hint: M______f__M______)
Measure for Measure
The two rival gangs in "West Side Story" were the Sharks and the______. (Hint: J___)
Jets
The two tire manufacturers in F1 are Bridgestone and ______? (Hint: M_______)
Michelin
The volume of which solid is given by the formula 4/3(pi)r^3? (Hint: S_____)
Sphere
The white marks intersecting each five yard line are called ______. (Hint: H___M____)
Hash Marks
The Who's rock musical stars Elton John? (Hint: T____)
Tommy
There are 61 towns in the United States with the name of what bird in their names? (Hint: T_____)
Turkey
There is no place in a fanatics head, where ______? (Hint: R_____c__e____)
Reason can enter
These animals were once used to bleed the sick. (Hint: L______)
Leeches
These glands are located on top of the kidneys. (Hint: A______)
Adrenal
These limestone deposits rise from the floor of caves. (Hint: S_________)
Stalagmite
This 1974 film started a run of nostalgia culminating in the TV series "Happy Days". (Hint: A_______G_______)
American Graffiti
This actress was Miss Hungary of 1936. (Hint: Z______G____)
Zsa-Zsa Gabor
This animal is found at the beginning of an (English) encyclopedia (Hint: A_______)
Aardvark
This animal is named after the Australian island where it is found? (Hint: T________d____)
Tasmanian devil
This animal is the symbol of the U.S. Republican Party (Hint: E_______)
Elephant
This animal's shell is used to make attractive jewelry. (Hint: A______)
Abalone
This brand boasts 57 varieties? (Hint: H____)
Heinz
This F.B.I agent headed the investigation of Al Capone. (Hint: E_____N___)
Elliot Ness
This film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer wont he best picture Oscar for 1965. (Hint: S____o_M____)
Sound of Music
This film starring Richard Beymer and Natalie Wood won the best picture Oscar for 1961. (Hint: W___S___S____)
West Side Story
This film was an ambitious concert sequence of cartoons by Walt Disney. (Hint: F_______)
Fantasia
This indian group ruled in early peru? (Hint: I___)
Inca
This instrument measures the velocity of the wind. (Hint: A_________)
Anemometer
This is the only mammal with four knees. (Hint: E_______)
Elephant
This island group is off the east coast of southern South America. (Hint: F_______I______)
Falkland Islands
This man was the only bachelor President of the US. (Hint: J____B_______)
James Buchanan
This organ of the excretory system is composed of small tubules called nephridia? (Hint: K_____)
Kidney
This Pacific island's puzzling monoliths attract ethnologists. (Hint: E_____I_____)
Easter Island
This poisonous, oily liquid occurs in tobacco leaves. (Hint: N_______)
Nicotine
This Roman killed himself after his defeat at Actium. (Hint: M___A_____)
Marc Antony
This science deals with the motion of projectiles. (Hint: B_________)
Ballistics
This Sioux Indian toured with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. (Hint: S______B___)
Sitting Bull
This small animal is trained to hunt rats and rabbits. (Hint: F_____)
Ferret
This Spaniard conquered Mexico (Hint: H_______C_____)
Hernando Cortes
This spiny fruit with a pungent odor and rich yellow flesh is considered "The King of Fruits" by many southeast asians. (Hint: D_____)
Durian
This sport gave us the term "Hang Ten."? (Hint: S______)
Surfing
This stone enabled scholars to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs? (Hint: R______S____)
Rosetta Stone
This term means to play crisply, with the notes separated? (Hint: S_______)
Staccato
This term means to play moderately slow and gracefully (Hint: A_____)
Adagio
This Toy is based on a Filipino Hunters Weapon what is it? (Hint: Y_Y_)
Yo Yo


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  1. There is one trivia question that isn't here.

    Q: what is the dry ingredient in a roux?
    A: flour

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  2. how much does playboy pay for jokes sent in by its readers?(f____)

    Anwsers :fifty

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  3. Ummm...I tried using this site for my trivia quest for Dream World, and the question isn't in your posts (both 1 and 2). Here is the question.

    What is a male swine called? (Hint: b___)

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  4. What is a male swine called? (Hint: b___)
    Answer: Boar

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  5. well thanks anonnymouses :) hehe...

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  6. Which singer is a former school teacher? (Hint: S_____ C___) -- Sheryl Crow

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  7. Two angles that total 180 degrees are called _______. (Hint: S______)

    Answer: Supplementary

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  8. music: 70's chart toppers: name the artist: black dog Hint: l__ z______ -led zeppelin

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  9. What do the auricularis muscles move? hint t__ e____

    A: the ears

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  10. Which president was responsible for the 'Louisiana Purchase? hint: t______ j_______

    A: thomas jefferson

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  11. who played the title role in the 1997 film the saint? hint: v____ k_____

    A: val kilmer

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  12. what is the fear of failure known as? HINT K_____

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  13. dunkin donuts' yeast-based donuts must be set to rise for how long? (Hint: f____ f___ m______)

    forty five minutes

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  14. A style that emerged in the 1970s characterized by references to and evocations of past architectural styles, particularly the classical tradition. It is frequently colorful and wittily ornamentive.
    (Hint: p____________)

    Can u help me??

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  15. Q: what is a harrier jump jets engine called?
    Hint: t__ p______
    A: The Pegasus

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  16. Q: In ballet, a position with one leg extended at an oblique angle while the body is also at an oblique angle? (e_______)
    A: Ecarte

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  17. On what type of surface are the tennis matches at Wimbledon played
    A: Grass

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  18. Q: who is elton john lyrics writer? (Hint: b_____ t_____)
    A: Bernie Taupin

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  19. Q: What island is known as the Spice Island?
    A: Zanzibar

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  20. Q: What does "Ursa Major" mean in everyday English?
    A great bear

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  21. Q: oh canada: what is the name of the range of mountains that is the northern continuation of the cascade mountains?
    A: Coast Mountains

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  22. Q: What is the name of the bone in the lower leg?
    A: Tibia

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  23. Q: The difference between a meteor and a meteorite is that a meteorite has h__ h__ t__ e__

    A: has hit the earth

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  24. Q: what is a cello's full name?

    A: Violoncello

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  25. Q:Steve Martin's "Cyrano" was in love with this woman whose name was also the movie title. Name her?

    A: Roxana

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  26. Q:Who invented the toothbrush?
    A: William Addis

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  27. Q: What does "zucchero" mean in Italian?
    A: sugar

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  28. Q: What is the element ag?
    A: silver

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  29. Q: What is the fifth largest country in the world?
    A: Brazil

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  30. Q: a thread used in surgery to tie a bleeding blood vessel is called a(n) _____.
    A: ligature

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  31. what do you offer someone as a peace gesture (A_ O_ B_)
    A: an olive branch

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  32. Q: scrambled word: misc 'eoslct'?
    A: closet

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  33. Q: In 'La Traviata', who sings 'Sempre Libera'?
    A: Violetta

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  34. Q: He was the worlds most prolific inventor in the 1970's and 1980's with inventions such as Calculators, Digital Watch, Home Computer and Pocket Televisions? (Hint: S__ C____ S_______)
    A: Sir Clive Sinclair

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  35. This branch of medicine deals with old age and its diseases.

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  36. what religious african was honored in oslo's aula hall in 1984? (Hint: b_____ d______ t___)

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  37. who taught alexander the great? (hint: A____) answer: Aristole

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  38. In which film did Jay Leno play 'Mookie'? (Hint: A_______ H__ W__)
    answer: american hot wax

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  39. Q: in the film 'the seven year itch', on what was marilyn monroe standing when her dress billowed up?

    A: subway grate

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  40. Q: He directed the movie E.T.

    A: Steven Spielberg

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  41. Q: Which is the only book written by Margaret Mitchell?

    A: Gone with the Wind

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  42. Q: In Greek mythology, what animal is associated with Athena?

    A: owl

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  43. Q; An adventurous penguin named Tennessee Tuxedo had a sidekick named ______?

    A: Chumley

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  44. Q: name that drink: melon ______?

    A: cocktail

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  45. Q: What is the capital of the Dominican Republic?

    A: Santo Domingo

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  46. Q:Which French book was written without using the letter 'E' once? (Hint: L_ D__________)

    A:La Disparition

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  47. Q: What was the average age of United States soldiers in the Vietnam war? (Hint: n_______)

    A: Nineteen

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  48. an english translation is wind and water. how do we know the more common original? (Hint: f___ s___)

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  49. Q: What part of Betty Grable was insured for over a million dollars?
    A: her legs

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  50. an english translation is wind and water. how do we know the more common original?

    A:Feng shui

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  51. Q: what linda rondstadt album had a new wave approach?

    A: Mad Love

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  52. why did david bowie come to earth for in the man who fell to earth?

    A: water

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  53. Q: From what animal is "ambergis" obtained?
    A: sperm whale

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  54. Q:From what Irish words is 'Dublin' derived?

    A:dubh linn

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  55. Q: as loud as?

    A: thunder

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  56. Q: Pulp, crown, and root are parts of a(n) ______.
    A: tooth

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  57. Q-who played donna stone ? (d_____r_____)
    A- Donnna reed

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  58. music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: call on me? (Hint: c______)

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  59. Q: how many trials is each competitor permitted in javelin throwing?
    A: six

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  60. Q: last name of the author 'roots'?
    A: Haley

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  61. Q: stretching of the ligaments of a joint, often with rupture of tissues, but without dislocation?
    A: sprain

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  62. Q: In what city is the Leaning Tower?
    A: Pisa

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  63. Q: The Inquisition forced him to recant his belief in the Copernican Theory.
    A: Galileo

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  64. Q: What is the full name of the flavour enhancer MSG?
    A: monosodium glutamate

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  65. Q: What was Dorothy's last name in "The Wizard of Oz"?
    A: Gale

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  66. Q: what movie showed brooke shields receiving her first screen kiss?
    A: Blue Lagoon

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  67. Q: Which Californian desert drops below sea level?
    A: Death Valley

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  68. Q: What was the nationality of Marco Polo?
    A: Italian

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  69. Q: This was the sequel to "The Empire Strikes Back".
    A: Return of the Jedi

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  70. Q: music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: philadelphia freedom?
    A: Elton John

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  71. Q: What is the capital of Liberia?
    A: Monrovia

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  72. Q: which one of the three tenors is not spanish?
    A: Pavarotti

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  73. Q: montreal 1976 olympics: how many silver medals were won by: venezuela?
    A: 1

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  74. Q: In american football where is the Orange Bowl?
    A: Miami

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  75. Q: Meaning 'fresh' in italian. The technique of painting on moist lime plaster with colors ground in water.
    A: Fresco

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  76. Q: who recorded 'run like hell' in 1980?
    A: Pink Floyd

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  77. Q: This re-opened in 1975 after being closed for 8 years.
    A: Suez Canal

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  78. Q: Which famous male actor made his name in 'I Dream Of Jeannie'?
    A: Larry Hagman

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  79. Q: 5% of Canadians don't know the first seven words of the Canadian anthem, but know the first nine words of which anthem?
    A: The American anthem

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  80. Q: Alexander the Great was king of which country?
    A: Macedonia

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  81. Q: Name the sea north of Alaska.
    A: Beaufort

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  82. Q: what is the collective noun for a group of rhinoceros?
    A: crash

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  83. Q: What was King Arthur's mother's name?
    A: Igraine

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  84. Q: n the game of cluedo what is the name of the reverend?
    A: Green

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  85. Q: What is the current name for south-west Africa?
    A: Namibia

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  86. Q: What is the atomic number of sulphur?
    A: sixteen

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  87. Q: how many tines are in a standard dinner fork?
    A: four

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  88. Q: music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: call on me?
    A: Chicago

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  89. Q: He was heavy-weight champion in boxing from 1934-1935, and known as The Livermore Larruper
    A: Max Baer

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  90. Q: A dance with a fast or moderate tempo.
    A: Allegro

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  91. Q: Which mountains are regarded as the east border of Europe
    A: Ural

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  92. Q: What is the capital of Philippines?
    A: Manila

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  93. Q: What is James Naismith best known for?
    A: Inventing Basketball

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  94. Q: What comprises than 54% of humpback whale's milk?
    A: fat

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  95. Q: This first king of Israel reputedly had 700 wives?
    A: Solomon

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  96. Q: Who died three days after Elvis Presley?
    A: Groucho Marx

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  97. Q: This is the heaviest naturally occurring element.
    A: Uranium

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  98. Q: The practice of joining the parts of two plants to make them grow as one is called ______.
    A: grafting

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  99. Q: What mountain has the figures of three mounted confederate heroes of the Civil War?
    A: Stone Mountain

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  100. Q: who said, 'i'm trying to be a good guy and i'm not that good a guy'?

    A: John Mcenroe

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  101. Q: In which continent would you find the Volga river?
    A: Europe

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  102. Q: what was the name of the ruling party which was overthrown by the communists in china?
    A: Kuomintang

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  103. Q: How is 75% of petrol in an engine wasted?
    A: combustion

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  104. Q: Football: The Seattle ______.
    A: SeaHawks

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  105. Q: what airline was owned and operated by the central intelligence agency?
    A: Air America

    Q: Where is the Louvre located?
    A: Paris

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  106. Q: how many chromosomes does an normal human being have?
    A: forty six

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  107. Q: --isms: The belief that there is no God.
    A: Atheism

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  108. Q: name the artist/band: hold on
    A: Wilson Philips

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  109. Q: What product built Hershey, Pennsylvania?
    A: chocolate

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  110. Q: what do you call a group of vipers?
    A: nest

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  111. Q: music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: at seventeen?
    A: Jason Ian

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  112. Q: In which opera does Leporello entertain a vengeful jilted lover?
    A: Don Giovanni

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  113. Q: what was the famous sister ship of the olympic?
    A: Titanic

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  114. Q: With which period in music do we associate with composers such as Bach, Handel and Vivaldi?
    A: Baroque period

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  115. Q: On 'Dragnet', who played officer Bill Gannon?
    A: Harry Morgan

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  116. Q: cupid was the roman god of love, but what did the greeks call their equivalent?
    A: eros

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  117. Q: What color are French Letter Boxes?
    A: yellow

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  118. Q: crossword: sea duck?
    A: eider

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  119. Q: What is the term for the group of plants that catch and digest insects?
    A: Carnivorous

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  120. Q: The highest man-made temperature was ______ million degrees Celsius?
    A: seventy

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  121. Q: What is an emasculated stallion called?
    A: gelding

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  122. Q: What country borders Sudan to the North?
    A: egypt

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  123. Q: an estimated ______ lab mistakes are made in the 100,000 laboratories in the u.s. every day?
    A: the millions

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  124. Q: what Vitamin is Thiamine?
    A: B1

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  125. Q: what color square does the white king start a chess game on?
    A: black

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  126. Q: What gift is associated with the 20th Wedding Anniversary?
    A: china

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  127. Q: Which is the Earth's second largest continent?
    A: africa

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  128. Q: Ulna, radius, and clavicle are types of ______.
    A: bones

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  129. Q: what federal agent had john dillinger gunned down by a theatre in chicago?
    A: Melvin Purvis

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  130. Q: Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Minerva?
    A: Athena

    Q: what did abolitionists try to end?
    A: slavery

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  131. Q: what is the national religion of scotland?
    A: Presbyterianism

    Q: He was heavy-weight champion in boxing from 1962-1964, and known as Sonny
    A: Charles Liston

    Q: What is the main component of Brass and Bronze?
    A: Copper

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  132. Q: 70's chart toppers: name the artist: song sung blue?
    A: Neil Diamond

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  133. Q: group of comparatively simple organisms, called protists, that have characteristics of both plants and animals?
    A: Protista

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  134. Q: indiana jones: what did indy and his father use to drive to berlin in?
    A: motorbike

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  135. Q: ho is Tippi Hedren's daughter? (Hint: M______ G_______)

    A: Melanie Griffith

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  136. Q: Name the first full length color cartoon talking picture Hint S____W___ Steamboat Willy

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  137. This one isn't here:
    name the artist/band: michelle? (Hint: t__ o__________)
    answer: The overlanders

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  138. who recorded the album 'extraterrestrial live' in 1982?

    Blue Öyster Cult

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  139. In snooker, how many points are accumulated in a perfect break?

    147

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  140. which white american won the 1998 us ladies open tennis championship?

    Lindsay Davenport

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  141. Ladd in his element as a soft-spoken but iron-willed railroad agent whose hot-headed best friend becomes involved in shady dealings.(Hint: W______ S_______) Whispering Smith

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  142. Q:Steve Martin's "Cyrano" was in love with this woman whose name was also the movie title. Name her?

    A: Roxana

    Nope. Charlie "C.D. Bales was Martin's character in "Roxanne."

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  143. Q. Music: 80's chart toppers: name the artist: Angelia

    A. Richard Marx

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  144. Q: Something like "what are rays originating from the sun and stars?"
    A: Cosmic Rays

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