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Trivia Question #1: In the US military, how do you earn the oak leaf cluster?
Trivia Question #2: This extinct bird was a close relative of the puffin:
Trivia Question #3: Pick the musical term for "The speed of the beat remains the same although the notation changes":
Trivia Question #4: Name the Zeppelin song containing these lyrics: "Are you dizzy when you're stoned?"
Trivia Question #5: Who produced Sgt. Pepper's Loney Hearts Club Band?
Trivia Question #6: What were the first countries protected by the Truman Doctrine?
Trivia Question #7: The human brain accounts for approximately what percentage of the average person's weight?
Trivia Question #8: Having started out with the Indianapolis Clowns, who became the last Negro Leaguer in major-league baseball?
Trivia Question #9: What does the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo commemorate?
Trivia Question #10: What is Canada's newest province?
Trivia Question #11: Which celebrity couple ended up paying $US30,000 for an ad in the Times of London, declaring their heterosexuality?
Trivia Question #12: Fiacre means
Trivia Question #13: What rich Jew from Arimathea supposedly took the Holy Grail to England?
Trivia Question #14: What is Ralph Wiggum's mom's name?
Trivia Question #15: In the movie "Tootsie" what was the name of the woman who was played by cross-dressing Dustin Hoffmann?
Trivia Question #16: What did the Romans call gold?
Trivia Question #17: Which famous Russian was not a composer?
Trivia Question #18: Oscar Zoroaster Diggs, was a circus magician, ventriloquist and balloonist ... and what title character?
Trivia Question #19: Pick the musical term for "Force":
Trivia Question #20: Which "clammy" soup gets its name from the copper cauldron in which French fishers mutually deposited their catch?
Trivia Question #21: What does Glyn Johns do for a living?
Trivia Question #22: How many tours of Australia and New Zealand did Led Zeppelin do?
Trivia Question #23: Only one of the following statements about penguins is true. Which one?
Trivia Question #24: MC Hammer became the first musician to turn someone else's actual recording into a new song, when he created "Can't Touch This" with a sample of what song?
Trivia Question #25: Which nation leads the world in feature film production?
Trivia Question #26: Who wrote "Vanity Fair"?
Trivia Question #27: Which country house did Led Zeppelin purchase in the early 70's?
Trivia Question #28: Andres Cantor is known for shouting "Gooooooooooooooooooal!" during play-by-play he does for what sport?
Trivia Question #29: At the moment, the north magnetic pole is in the area of which country's Bathurst Island?
Trivia Question #30: What is the capital of Sweden ?
Trivia Question #31: Pick the company that has the slogan "Be Direct."
Trivia Question #32: Which country made its first Olympic appearance in 1984?
Trivia Question #33: Before he was fined and demoted in 2000, John Rocker was a pitcher for what major league team?
Trivia Question #34: His middle name was Mallhan. He wrote "Mildred Pierce," "Double Indemnity" and "The Postman Always Rings Twice." Who was he?
Trivia Question #35: In 1999, NATO was hoping to hit #2 Bulevar Umetnosti in Belgrade. What did its bombers hit instead?
Trivia Question #36: Cy Coleman is known for his contributions to:
Trivia Question #37: Hands are known for their chiral property. What does "chiral" mean?
Trivia Question #38: Set in the early years of the 20th-century, EL Doctorow's "Ragtime" includes many real people as characters. Which of these isn't one of them?
Trivia Question #39: Which country is the source of the Euphrates River?
Trivia Question #40: Pick the musical term for "Not too much":
Trivia Question #41: In 1994, what Chanel fashion designer shocked Moslems by embroidering Arabic words from the Koran on bustier dresses?
Trivia Question #42: When the Prince of Wales is crowned king of England, he will be:
Trivia Question #43: Ford Prefect is an intergalactic reporter for which publication?
Trivia Question #44: Which American city was ruled by socialist mayors for all but 12 years between 1910 and 1960?
Trivia Question #45: In 2002, who became the first royal since Charles I to be convicted of a criminal offense?
Trivia Question #46: After Russia and Ukraine, which European country is the largest in area?
Trivia Question #47: According to a popular phrase, "You can't fight" what?
Trivia Question #48: Which prolific classical composer was nearly forgotten until Bach revived interest in him?
Trivia Question #49: Which of these is not a definition of the word "mole"?
Trivia Question #50: Ya-zu-ka, or 8-9-3, is the worst possible score in an old Japanese version of blackjack. What does Yakuza mean in Japan today?
Trivia Question #51: The tango, in its present form, emerged from what country in the late 19th century?
Trivia Question #52: Who was the first president born in California?
Trivia Question #53: Someone who is sententious tends to:
Trivia Question #54: Who was the little boy who hung around Puff the Magic Dragon?
Trivia Question #55: It's saved millions of lives, but who discovered penicillin ... and entirely by accident?
Trivia Question #56: In the movie "Night After Night," what line preceded Mae West's famous remark "Goodness had nothing to do with it"?
Trivia Question #57: Which is the most populated per square mile country in the world?
Trivia Question #58: Where did a brewer named Matthew Vassar found a women's liberal arts college?
Trivia Question #59: Which of these writers is not associated with literature of the absurd?
Trivia Question #60: John Speke found the source of the Nile. What is it?
Trivia Question #61: How high can the average penguin jump?
Trivia Question #62: Which author of "The Naked and The Dead" co-founded ... and named ... the Village Voice?
Trivia Question #63: Which boxer was knocked out of the ring for two years by a detached retina?
Trivia Question #64: As of 2001, Africa has three monarchies. Which of these is not one of them?
Trivia Question #65: Elvis died on August 16, 1977. But which famous comedian died only three days later?
Trivia Question #66: The first planet to receive a probe spaceship from Earth was ________.
Trivia Question #67: Which state is known as the "Beehive State"?
Trivia Question #68: Where are the horse latitudes, which sailors avoided due to light winds?
Trivia Question #69: How soon after Germany did Japan surrender in World War II?
Trivia Question #70: Which of the following did an Egyptian named Akhenaton do?
Trivia Question #71: What does the Mackenzie contribute to TV shows?
Trivia Question #72: Pure distilled water has a pH of:
Trivia Question #73: This hurricane, which destroyed tens of thousands of homes, was the most financially destructive hurricane (to date) in the history of the United States.
Trivia Question #74: In the 1970s, Charlie Finley tried to appeal to youth by paying bonuses to what team's players who grew more facial hair?
Trivia Question #75: What island has the most Canadians living on it?
Trivia Question #76: Based on the "expert group" that created it, what do the letters MP in "mp3" stand for?
Trivia Question #77: What agency created the giant billboards that destroyed Springfield's appearance?
Trivia Question #78: Which of these isn't part of the tagline for "Survivor"?
Trivia Question #79: Robert Doisneau is famous for an image of two people doing something on a crowded Paris street in 1950. What is they were doing?
Trivia Question #80: According to a common phrase, a sad or dejected person is said to be "down in the" what?
Trivia Question #81: Which side of the calendar has more days, January to June or July to Decemeber?
Trivia Question #82: If you wanted to go for a walk in a genuine "Jurassic Park," how far back in time would you have to go?
Trivia Question #83: Comedian Cedric Robinson is better known by what name?
Trivia Question #84: Which of these planets is furthest from the sun?
Trivia Question #85: Who holds the record for most games played in a career?
Trivia Question #86: What wrestler with a "bionic" name wears T-shirts emblazoned with the Biblical "3:16"?
Trivia Question #87: In what sport do some top players score a century, or 100 runs, in the same at-bat?
Trivia Question #88: Where are most of Raymond Chandler's stories set?
Trivia Question #89: Pick the musical term for "Convenient (usually linked with tempo - at a convenient pace)":
Trivia Question #90: By population as of 2000, what is the largest city in China?
Trivia Question #91: Why didn't Esther Williams compete in the Olympics?
Trivia Question #92: What is the only natural fiber with no staple length?
Trivia Question #93: Which character was created by Elton John?
Trivia Question #94: Who was the first Vietnam vet nominated by a major party as its presidential candidate?
Trivia Question #95: A major-league baseball has a circumference of 9-9.5 inches. How heavy is it?
Trivia Question #96: What religion uses a prayer book called the Avesta?
Trivia Question #97: Pick the date this occurred: German army occupies Estonia.
Trivia Question #98: Who wrote the "Polonaise in A," the last piece of music broadcast on Warsaw radio before the city surrendered to the Nazis?
Trivia Question #99: Although he defended Britain as Bond, what actor hopes to break it up as a Scottish nationalist?
Trivia Question #100: Who was Indira Gandhi's famous father?
Trivia Question #101: In the Arabian Nights, what was the name of both the porter and of the sailor who told him tales of the dangers of the sea?
Trivia Question #102: USA states: What's the capital of Wyoming?
Trivia Question #103: Which of these birds is not classified as a jay?
Trivia Question #104: Define this musical term: "TUTTA FORZA":
Trivia Question #105: What is the claim to fame of Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson?
Trivia Question #106: Who has both the most carries and the most yards rushing in Super Bowl history?
Trivia Question #107: Where would you be if you had flown into Leonardo da Vinci International Airport?
Trivia Question #108: The main function of a tree's fruit is to:
Trivia Question #109: What is the word "Eskimo" thought to mean in the Cree language?
Trivia Question #110: Who wrote: "Reason is God's crowning gift to man."
Trivia Question #111: Pick the company that has the slogan "A Better Kind Of Clean."
Trivia Question #112: Stasi was the intelligence agency of the former:
Trivia Question #113: Who was the father of Queen Elizabeth II?
Trivia Question #114: Where does crude oil come from?
Trivia Question #115: Where is "The Lord of the Rings" set?
Trivia Question #116: Whose U.S. presidential campaign used the slogan "Return to normalcy"?
Trivia Question #117: Dr. Seuss is the nom de plume of:
Trivia Question #118: On "The Love Boat," what did Adam Bricker do?
Trivia Question #119: What was Dr. Hunter Adams' famous nickname?
Trivia Question #120: In what year was the Ironbridge built at Coalbrookdale, England?
Trivia Question #121: This quipster once said, "I can resist everything except temptation":
Trivia Question #122: How many stars are on the flag of Australia?
Trivia Question #123: For what team was the fictional Sam "Mayday" Malone a relief pitcher?
Trivia Question #124: What river do the Mexicans called Rio Bravo del Norte?
Trivia Question #125: Which of these household appliances typically has a stitch selector?
Trivia Question #126: Which U.S. President was also, at various times, the first civilian governor of the Philippines, a law professor at Yale, and chief justice of the U.S.?
Trivia Question #127: Where would you find the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm?
Trivia Question #128: Who was the last batter to hit .400 for a season?
Trivia Question #129: Which city is not located in South Africa?
Trivia Question #130: In a fraction, what's the number above the vinculum?
Trivia Question #131: What was the strange middle name of Robert McNamara, JFK's defense secretary?
Trivia Question #132: Who was so disillusioned with his brief role as Frankie, the joke-writing messenger boy on "Benson," that he vowed not to do more TV until he got his own show?
Trivia Question #133: At 1,050 feet, the highest point in what "Low Country" is Vaalserberg Hill?
Trivia Question #134: On April 6, 1896, a triple jumper named James Connolly became the first Olympic champion in more than 2000 years. What country did Connolly represent?
Trivia Question #135: Pick the company that has the slogan "We Help You Keep Your Promises."
Trivia Question #136: Pick the company that has the slogan "We're With You For Life."
Trivia Question #137: Pick the list item with an incorrect association or connection:
Trivia Question #138: In the 1960s, when London Bridge was "falling down," chainsaw magnate Robert McCulloch moved it. Where?
Trivia Question #139: Originally a Yiddish word, what is a mensch?
Trivia Question #140: A green film forming naturally on copper or bronze by long exposure is called a:
Trivia Question #141: By 1810, Hawaii had been united by a man originally called "Paiea," or "Hard-Shelled Crab." As you can imagine, he took on a new name. How do you spell it?
Trivia Question #142: Which South American country is a member of OPEC?
Trivia Question #143: Where are the Bonneville Salt Flats?
Trivia Question #144: Huey P. Long managed to be both a senator from, and a governor of, which state?
Trivia Question #145: What is dressage?
Trivia Question #146: What May birthstone gets its name from the Persian word for green?
Trivia Question #147: Which wrestler starred as Fezzik in "The Princess Bride"?
Trivia Question #148: In the first Jaws movie, how many people did the shark kill?
Trivia Question #149: Who bought Sundance, land in Utah that he turned into a ranch, a ski lodge and a film festival location?
Trivia Question #150: Which baseball Hall of Famer did not begin his major league career with the New York Yankees?
Trivia Question #151: What is likely about blue-eyed white cats?
Trivia Question #152: In what year was the last execution under the death penalty in England?
Trivia Question #153: Pick the musical term for "From":
Trivia Question #154: After he died, his remains were moved to the Pantheon, but in 1814, some right-wingers stole the body and dumped it in a garbage heap. Who is he?
Trivia Question #155: MTV star Tom Green got his start on a local cable show in what city?
Trivia Question #156: What country star's real first name is Troyal?
Trivia Question #157: As you age, what part of your body will be affected by poliosis and will, if you're a man, be vulnerable to alopecia?
Trivia Question #158: In the 1990s, which of these birds was on the Canadian bill with the highest value?
Trivia Question #159: Woodrow Wilson High School is, as of 2000, the only one to produce more than one Heisman winner: Davey O'Brian (1938) and Tim Brown (1987). Where is it?
Trivia Question #160: Who wrote: "I prefer the company of peasants because they have not been educated sufficiently to reason incorrectly."
Trivia Question #161: In which country was tennis player Andre Agassi born?
Trivia Question #162: The Douglas fir grows in western North America, of course, but where else is it native?
Trivia Question #163: Which player scored the most points in Super Bowl history?
Trivia Question #164: In what year was the Mayflower Compact sent to England?
Trivia Question #165: What ancient civilization honored the god Quetzalcoatl?
Trivia Question #166: The capital of North Dakota, _______, was named in honor of the chancellor of Germany.
Trivia Question #167: Where would you find a famous 1.17-mile avenue whose name translates into English as the Avenue of the Elysian Fields?
Trivia Question #168: Whose official title is HRH The Princess Royal?
Trivia Question #169: Generally, what would you find in a police department's K9 unit?
Trivia Question #170: Born in what is now Stettin, Poland, the "great" Sophia Augusta Frederika of Anhalt-Zerbst went on to rule what country?
Trivia Question #171: Controlled by France, what Mediterranean island has on its flag a Moor wearing a headband?
Trivia Question #172: Who faces off against an evil wizard named Lord Voldemort?
Trivia Question #173: What type of animal is an Aberdeen Angus?
Trivia Question #174: Which film made famous the remark "What we have here is a failure to communicate"?
Trivia Question #175: What country won both the first Women's World Cup in 1991 and the first Olympic gold medal for women's soccer in 1996?
Trivia Question #176: Which South American country is the Galapagos Islands closest to?
Trivia Question #177: The Pashtuns are a plurality in only one country. Which one?
Trivia Question #178: Who was the first baseball player to make one million dollars in a single season?
Trivia Question #179: Pick the musical term for "Noisy, boisterous":
Trivia Question #180: Which of these is not a suit of the Minor Arcana of tarot cards?
Trivia Question #181: What U.S. city is the home of Playboy magazine?
Trivia Question #182: Which "mountainous" movie studio grew out of the Jesse Lasky Feature Play Company?
Trivia Question #183: The traditional dessert served to the blue-bloods at the Wimbledon tennis tournament is ________.
Trivia Question #184: How do scientists distinguish between the black panther and the leopard?
Trivia Question #185: Who was the first president ot have an African-American cabinet member?
Trivia Question #186: What two nations are separated by the Palk Straits?
Trivia Question #187: Which author's real name is Chloe Anthony Wofford?
Trivia Question #188: Which mariner married a Tahitian named Mauatua?
Trivia Question #189: Once upon a time, Vikings lived there, but which country no longer (as of 2000) has a military force of its own?
Trivia Question #190: What was the host country of the soccer world cup in 1986?
Trivia Question #191: Who wrote "Fahrenheit 451"?
Trivia Question #192: Halle Berry is named for the Halle Brothers' department store, whose building is now used as the Winfred-Louder department store on what TV show?
Trivia Question #193: What former capital of the Holy Roman Empire became a European center of learning, thanks to Charles University?
Trivia Question #194: Which president presided over the admission of more states into the union than any other?
Trivia Question #195: In what World War I movie is Paul Baumer (played by Lew Ayres) shot as he reaches for a butterfly?
Trivia Question #196: In 2000, people dressed up in costumes to see what movie at London's Prince Charles Cinema and at New York's Ziegfeld Theatre?
Trivia Question #197: In the beginning of Animal Farm, who was the owner of the farm?
Trivia Question #198: Define this musical term: "SOLENNE":
Trivia Question #199: What part of your body is all smelly if you have podobromhidrosis?
Trivia Question #200: How wide is a regulation golf hole in inches in diameter?


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