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Trivia Question #1: Define this musical term: "TRAURIG":
Trivia Question #2: Where did Bruce Jenner score 8618 points in the Olympic decathlon?
Trivia Question #3: When Jaden Gil was born in 2001, the baby has been given a 500-to-1 shot of winning Wimbledon someday, and a 1000-to-1 shot of being German chancellor. Who were Jaden Gil's parents?
Trivia Question #4: Who was president immediately before Benjamin Harrison ... and immediately after Benjamin Harrison?
Trivia Question #5: In cooking, arrowroot is used as a:
Trivia Question #6: In which country did Kabuki originate?
Trivia Question #7: The island of Gozo is the second largest island of which island country?
Trivia Question #8: What future lawyer and TV writer was captain of his ice hockey team at Princeton?
Trivia Question #9: In Animal Farm, Old Major taught the rest of the animals a song that inspired them. What was it called?
Trivia Question #10: Which of these Biblical books comes last?
Trivia Question #11: Later a movie in which Mae West comes on to a very young Tom Selleck, who wrote the book "Myra Breckenridge"?
Trivia Question #12: In 1875, what university in Sackville, New Brunswick, became the first in the British Empire to give a woman a university degree?
Trivia Question #13: Who is on Canadian Tire money?
Trivia Question #14: Which sitcom filmed a special episode set in a totalitarian state, called "24 Hours in Tyrant Land", to promote a 1959 U.S. Savings Bond Drive?
Trivia Question #15: Which of these characters does not represent Rice Krispies?
Trivia Question #16: In which country was tennis player Lindsay Davenport born?
Trivia Question #17: He was called the Minister of Everything. And then he cavalierly dismissed the value of a million bucks. Who was he?
Trivia Question #18: In what Uzbekistan city was Tamarlane the Great entombed?
Trivia Question #19: Where and when did Tayeb Salih live?
Trivia Question #20: What was Dr. Martin Luther King's nickname when he was younger?
Trivia Question #21: Brazilian model Luciana Morad has a son named Lucas. Who is Lucas's father?
Trivia Question #22: Which country fought a war with Afghanistan from 1979 through the late 1980s?
Trivia Question #23: Who did Leonardo DiCaprio play in the movie "Titanic"?
Trivia Question #24: What bizarre fashion statement linked 70s bands 'Mud' and 'Skyhooks'?
Trivia Question #25: In 2000, which world leader's wife had a son named Leo?
Trivia Question #26: A 320-foot tower called St. Stephen's Tower is often mistaken for its bell. Where is it?
Trivia Question #27: Define this musical term: "SIN',":
Trivia Question #28: Judy Blume, S.E. Hinton and Robert Cormier are known for their books about:
Trivia Question #29: In 2000, how did Darva Conger get in the news?
Trivia Question #30: Initially seized by the government under obscenity charges, what Allen Ginsberg poem "saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness"?
Trivia Question #31: Where are the White Cliffs?
Trivia Question #32: What country is Bavaria located in?
Trivia Question #33: In what Catholic sacrament is bread and wine "transubstantiated" into the body and blood of Jesus?
Trivia Question #34: Where do squirrel monkeys live?
Trivia Question #35: In February 2000, the crypto-Nazi Freedom Party joined which country's coalition government?
Trivia Question #36: In English law, what is flotsam?
Trivia Question #37: Who is the patron saint of Mexico, Canada and Belgium?
Trivia Question #38: Pick the musical term for "Very loud":
Trivia Question #39: In TV lingo, what do you call those annoying logos at the lower right-hand side of the screen?
Trivia Question #40: Which state can boast of more presidential birthplaces than any other?
Trivia Question #41: What are the Spice Islands know as?
Trivia Question #42: Water is approximately what percentage of an average adult person's body?
Trivia Question #43: The current Baltimore Orioles are a revival of a team that left in 1903. What are the original O's called today?
Trivia Question #44: The world's second smallest independent nation, at less than one square mile in area, could fit into Manhattan's Central Park. What is it?
Trivia Question #45: Who invented the first locomotive?
Trivia Question #46: Which of these people's real last name is Javacheff?
Trivia Question #47: Pick the company that has the slogan "Do One Thing. Do It Well."
Trivia Question #48: In the military, what is a brevet promotion?
Trivia Question #49: Where did the Jacuzzi get its name?
Trivia Question #50: Who are sometimes referred to as "Aunt Nancy's Men"?
Trivia Question #51: Who was the author of the book "Gilgamesh"?
Trivia Question #52: Alpacas and llamas live in South America. But which of these animals is their closest relation?
Trivia Question #53: All of these are common tropical fish for a home aquarium except:
Trivia Question #54: Pick the date this occurred: Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Trivia Question #55: What engine has BMW never produced?
Trivia Question #56: The name of what mountain range means "the House of Snow" in Sanskrit?
Trivia Question #57: From 1647 to 1660, this holiday was banned in England. And in 1659, the General Court of Massachusetts fined people five shillings for celebrating it. What holiday is this?
Trivia Question #58: What island is the boot of Italy kicking?
Trivia Question #59: In 55 of which war's 60 battles were both sides led by generals from West Point?
Trivia Question #60: Which author used the pseudonym "Boz" for his contributions to the "Morning Chronicle"?
Trivia Question #61: What Canadian-born crook, the only man ever arrested by J. Edgar Hoover, spent a record 26 years in Alcatraz?
Trivia Question #62: The Stars and Stripes is ceremoniously raised over Fort Sumter.
Trivia Question #63: Who was the only president to serve more than two terms?
Trivia Question #64: The Ainu are aboriginal and white. Where do most Ainu live?
Trivia Question #65: What is the legal term for the process by which the government takes property not claimed when somebody dies?
Trivia Question #66: As measured by weight, what is the largest animal species that ever lived?
Trivia Question #67: Where would you have found the Tagi and Pagong tribes in 2000?
Trivia Question #68: Which family film was based on a story by "James Bond" creator Ian Fleming?
Trivia Question #69: Which of these is not true of acids?
Trivia Question #70: What happens every ten years in Oberammergau?
Trivia Question #71: On TV, who did Charles Townsend have working for him?
Trivia Question #72: What league once included such teams as the Las Vegas Posse, the Shreveport Pirates and the Memphis Mad Dogs?
Trivia Question #73: I was one of Beethoven's pallbearers, but a year later I was dead myself. Who am I?
Trivia Question #74: In 1999, Greg Williams released the CD "The Return of Johnny Bravo," resurrecting his musical alter ego from what show?
Trivia Question #75: Which east African language developed as the lingua franca between Africans and Arab traders?
Trivia Question #76: Two presidents are buried in Arlington National Cemetery. One is William Howard Taft. Who is the other?
Trivia Question #77: What do we usually call a green salad after we've added a julienne of cheese, ham, chicken and hard-cooked eggs?
Trivia Question #78: Pick the musical term for "Not":
Trivia Question #79: If you order a flagon of beer, how much will you get?
Trivia Question #80: What kind of advice would you expect from a book by the Beardstown ladies?
Trivia Question #81: Sidon, Byblos and Tyre were the major cities of this ancient civilazation:
Trivia Question #82: In 2001, who owned Headley Grange, where Led Zeppelin recorded their fourth album?
Trivia Question #83: Who fought crime with the battle cry "Here I come to save the day"?
Trivia Question #84: Where would you find the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod?
Trivia Question #85: Roy Rogers' horse was named Trigger. What was Dale Evans' horse named?
Trivia Question #86: I wrestled an angel and dreamed of a ladder, and my 12 sons each founded one of the tribes of Israel. Who am I?
Trivia Question #87: Riddle was literally his middle name, and he vanished in 1975. Who was he?
Trivia Question #88: Where was Keanu Reeves born?
Trivia Question #89: In 1908, an Ohio department store janitor named James Murray Spangler got a patent for what modern convenience?
Trivia Question #90: Uther Pendragon was King Arthur's:
Trivia Question #91: Which saint wrote about his conversion to Christianity in AD 387 in his book "Confessions"?
Trivia Question #92: Hollywood is in California. But where is Bollywood?
Trivia Question #93: Which is the title of the witty Samuel Butler novel attacking Victorian life?
Trivia Question #94: Pick the company that has the slogan "Technology Knowledge Imagination"
Trivia Question #95: If Quebec were to leave Canada, where would the rest of Canada then rank in the list of the world's largest countries?
Trivia Question #96: What is the world's southernmost capital city?
Trivia Question #97: Because Europeans brought Apis mellifera to North America, what insect did the Indians call the "white man's fly"?
Trivia Question #98: USA states: What's the capital of Alaska?
Trivia Question #99: What letter is a homonym for a five-letter word?
Trivia Question #100: The old and new waves mated, literally, when Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders had a child. What icon of the 1960s British Invasion was the father?
Trivia Question #101: Relatives of the real Billy Tyne sued over his depiction in what 2000 movie?
Trivia Question #102: Which of the Simpsons is a gambling addict?
Trivia Question #103: What movie studio went into Chapter 11 in 1992, despite having produced the Oscar-winning Best Pictures for 1990 and 1991?
Trivia Question #104: The Earth weighs approximately _______ .
Trivia Question #105: Which band made "Panorama" (1980)?
Trivia Question #106: Manchester United's controversial Eric Cantona played a French ambassador in what movie?
Trivia Question #107: Which book was Mark Chapman carrying when he assassinated John Lennon?
Trivia Question #108: What is the name of the boy Lisa had a crush on?
Trivia Question #109: Define this musical term: "CON":
Trivia Question #110: If you see something on a menu marked "lyonnaise," what has that dish been cooked with?
Trivia Question #111: Henri Rousseau taught himself to paint in his free time. What was his day job?
Trivia Question #112: How many legs does a spider have?
Trivia Question #113: What Norse god, and Marvel Comics superhero, wielded a hammer called Mjollnir?
Trivia Question #114: Who wrote: "But such is life, the silliest proverbs prove to be true, and when a man thinks, now it's all right, it's not all right by a long shot."
Trivia Question #115: Which of these movies starred Bill Pullman, rather than Bill Paxton?
Trivia Question #116: The majority of which company's shareholder votes are controlled by an orphanage established by its founder?
Trivia Question #117: Who won the Australian tennis grand slam for men in 1989 and 1990?
Trivia Question #118: Where is Quechua spoken?
Trivia Question #119: In addition to giving Bruce Springsteen an Oscar, what movie produced Tom Hanks' first Academy Award for best actor?
Trivia Question #120: Once obtained by distilling animal hooves and horns, and sometimes called alkaline air, what gas's chemical formula is NH3?
Trivia Question #121: Who is famous for saying "There's a sucker born every minute"?
Trivia Question #122: How much was a shinplaster worth?
Trivia Question #123: Roughly how old in the universe?
Trivia Question #124: Who is the only Oscar winner to later play as a Bond villain, thanks to The Deer Hunter and A View to a Kill?
Trivia Question #125: Right there at the beginning of some dictionaries is aa, a word borrowed from Hawaiian. What is it?
Trivia Question #126: What is burning during a Class D fire?
Trivia Question #127: Who told Mary that she would bear the Son of God?
Trivia Question #128: What was the host country of the soccer world cup in 1974?
Trivia Question #129: What do we get from the tree genus Hevea, and in particular from H. brasiliensis?
Trivia Question #130: How many degrees are in a circle?
Trivia Question #131: This Prince song, looking into what was at the time the future, mentions a purple sky:
Trivia Question #132: What new color of M&M was introduced in 1995?
Trivia Question #133: What secondary school has produced the most Nobel Prize winners in Science?
Trivia Question #134: What masked band did Blender magazine call "the nine-headed hate machine out of Des Moines, Iowa"?
Trivia Question #135: Which of these stars was not nominated for an Oscar after he died?
Trivia Question #136: You must remember this. What city was once called Anfa until it was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1468?
Trivia Question #137: A ship traveling through the Panama Canal from the Pacific to Atlantic Ocean can best be described as traveling in which direction?
Trivia Question #138: As of 2000, the world's tallest building is the Petronas Towers, in the Golden Triangle area of what city?
Trivia Question #139: Where and when did Giacomo Leopardi live?
Trivia Question #140: All these plants are related except:
Trivia Question #141: What was running back Red Grange's nickname?
Trivia Question #142: In the 1840s, the Uruguayan navy defended which capital city by firing cannonballs made of Edam cheese?
Trivia Question #143: What's the name of the smallest island with country status?
Trivia Question #144: Which of these things did the archconservative Pope Pius IX not do?
Trivia Question #145: In which country is Farsi the official language?
Trivia Question #146: What kind of nuts were originally used in the old shell game?
Trivia Question #147: In electronics, the term "PNP" refers to:
Trivia Question #148: Whose cup is left unfilled during the Passover meal of Seder?
Trivia Question #149: Christopher Sholes and Auguste Dvorak both developed alternate versions of this, although you're probably using the Sholes' version right now. What is it?
Trivia Question #150: Pick the company that has the slogan "From _______ Minds Comes _______ Products."
Trivia Question #151: Who becomes president of the United States if the president and the vice president should die?
Trivia Question #152: What country was skater Sonja Henie from?
Trivia Question #153: WWho sings "Come on and kick me/? ?You've got your problems"?
Trivia Question #154: As of 2002, which of these horror movies icons has appeared in the most sequels?
Trivia Question #155: Modern plastic surgery got its start when British surgeons studied techniques perfected in ancient India, particularly rhinoplasty. What is this?
Trivia Question #156: Originally, a "pedigree" was a forked mark used on genealogical charts. It comes from "pied de grue," meaning the "foot of" what animal?
Trivia Question #157: Despite considering itself the birthplace of soccer, what country boycotted the FIFA World Cup until 1950, when it was humiliatingly eliminated by the United States?
Trivia Question #158: Where was former Israeli-leader Menachem Begin born?
Trivia Question #159: What rocket-shaped prize is awarded by the World Science-Fiction Society?
Trivia Question #160: Which country was the first to elect a woman as head of state?
Trivia Question #161: In whose bed was Goldilocks found?
Trivia Question #162: Pick the correct statement:
Trivia Question #163: What country has been known as the People's Democratic Republic of Kampuchea and as the Khmer Republic?
Trivia Question #164: Although he had believed the war to be morally wrong, Alvin York captured 132 Germans during which war?
Trivia Question #165: Metering systems in cameras are based on the average amount of light reflected by an average outdoor subject. What is this ratio of reflection called?
Trivia Question #166: Thanks to his performance of the "Monday Night Football" theme, who became the first country singer to win an Emmy?
Trivia Question #167: What Super Bowl MVP was the first quarterback to start in five Super Bowl games?
Trivia Question #168: Who is the president pictured on the fifty dollar bill?
Trivia Question #169: Which country's capital is on an island called Viti Levu?
Trivia Question #170: "Hat trick" is a term from this sport:
Trivia Question #171: How many colonists died in the Boston Massacre?
Trivia Question #172: Pick the musical term for "Dying away":
Trivia Question #173: Who once discovered oil under the school?
Trivia Question #174: Where was artist Marc Chagall born?
Trivia Question #175: Something's wrong with that kid. His head don't work, it never did. Whose path had you better not cross?
Trivia Question #176: What toy, the first ever advertised on TV, once got four votes to be mayor of Boise, Idaho?
Trivia Question #177: Who recorded "Dream Weaver" in 1976?
Trivia Question #178: The brontosaurus, the diplodocus and the brachiosaurus are all dinosaurs which had:
Trivia Question #179: How many theses did Martin Luther nail to the church door in Wittenberg?
Trivia Question #180: Where was the world's first shopping mall built?
Trivia Question #181: What does a philatelist do?
Trivia Question #182: Following oxygen, which is the most common element in the earth's crust?
Trivia Question #183: This disciple's name was Simon, but Jesus renamed him:
Trivia Question #184: Linus Pauling is the only person to win two unshared Nobel Prizes. One is for Chemistry. What is the other for?
Trivia Question #185: What did Lewis E. Waterman invent in 1884?
Trivia Question #186: On which Beatles song did Mick Jagger sing?
Trivia Question #187: Created by Sara Paretsky, what does Victoria Iphigenia Warshawski do for a living?
Trivia Question #188: Pick the musical term for "A duet":
Trivia Question #189: What Herman Melville character was framed for mutiny by a master-at-arms who was jealous of his good looks?
Trivia Question #190: Who wrote the never-filmed movie "The Marx Brothers on Horseback Salad"?
Trivia Question #191: What disaster befell eastern North America on November 9, 1965?
Trivia Question #192: The first woman since Sonja Henie to successfully defend an Olympic figure skating title, who made a big splash with a Playboy pictorial?
Trivia Question #193: Who says "You have no idea" as both Scar in "The Lion King" and in a movie for which he won an Oscar?
Trivia Question #194: In 1997, an abstract artist known simply as Ruby died in childbirth ... in the Phoenix Zoo. What species of animal was Ruby?
Trivia Question #195: What city is known as "the Eternal City"?
Trivia Question #196: How does your compact disc player play CDs?
Trivia Question #197: Pick the date this occurred: Soviets capture Odessa.
Trivia Question #198: His breakout role was in "Saving Private Ryan." Which celebrity's real name is Mark Vincent?
Trivia Question #199: Which of these countries does not border on the Atlantic Ocean?
Trivia Question #200: On March 17, an XFL game earned a 1.6 rating, believed to be the lowest prime-time rating for any program on one of the three major networks. Which one broadcast it?

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