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Trivia Question #1: The French regions of Burgundy and Normandy are both named for people from what part of the world?
Trivia Question #2: A parthenophobic has a fear of ________.
Trivia Question #3: Who wrote: "Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot."
Trivia Question #4: What is the word for a grouping of beavers?
Trivia Question #5: What kind of poisoning is plumbism?
Trivia Question #6: Which country or city-state won the historic Battle of Agincourt?
Trivia Question #7: Why is the Wailing Wall holy?
Trivia Question #8: A column by the Chicago Tribune's Mary Schmich, about a commencement address that urged people to wear sunscreen, was credited on the Internet to what author?
Trivia Question #9: Which of these words means "ninth" in Latin, because it occurred at the ninth hour?
Trivia Question #10: What is absolute zero in Celsius?
Trivia Question #11: Which country was ruled by Nicolae Ceausescu between 1965 and 1989?
Trivia Question #12: What is the second most populous state in the United States?
Trivia Question #13: Name the Zeppelin song containing these lyrics: "Take it easy baby, let them say what they will. Will your tongue wag so much when I send you the bill?"
Trivia Question #14: Who oughta know how to spell the last name of Alanis, the Canadian grunge goddess. What is it?
Trivia Question #15: As indicated by its name, which breed of dog was originally developed to chase badgers?
Trivia Question #16: Cataglottism is a rarely used word for what far-from-rare activity?
Trivia Question #17: What role did Caiaphas play in the life of Jesus Christ?
Trivia Question #18: The Mississippi River begins flowing in?
Trivia Question #19: The basic monetary unit "tala" is used in which country?
Trivia Question #20: Pick the date this occurred: Germany invades Poland.
Trivia Question #21: Which of these stories is not by Edgar Allan Poe?
Trivia Question #22: Which is the largest natural lake in the world?
Trivia Question #23: Bromeliads retain water. Which of these is the fruit of the ananas comosus?
Trivia Question #24: Andisol soils come from which material?
Trivia Question #25: Chisinau is the capital of which country?
Trivia Question #26: In 1948 and 1949, the all-black Harlem Globetrotters played an NBA team, the all-white Minneapolis Lakers. What were the results?
Trivia Question #27: The name of what Kenyan capital is a Masai word for "place of cool waters"?
Trivia Question #28: Worth more than $20 billion, who is the richest Canadian?
Trivia Question #29: Where is the opium production region known as the Golden Crescent?
Trivia Question #30: Which was not a ruling house of England?
Trivia Question #31: What company produces "The Museum Watch," whose design is part of the New York Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection?
Trivia Question #32: When is Mother's Day in North America (and have you remembered to send a card)?
Trivia Question #33: Who wrote "Hackers"?
Trivia Question #34: In 2001, who promised every American free food if Mir hit its floating target off the Australian coast?
Trivia Question #35: Who became the youngest tennis player to win the U.S. Open at the age of 16?
Trivia Question #36: What game did Joseph P. Babcock create by combining rummy and an old Chinese tile game?
Trivia Question #37: Which country was formerly the Loango Kingdom and Anzico Kingdom?
Trivia Question #38: He wrote "The Compleat Angler," the 1653 essay on fishing, peace and virtue in man:
Trivia Question #39: In the 1990s, who reprised both a Rex Harrison role from 1967 and a Jerry Lewis role from 1963?
Trivia Question #40: Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe together are?
Trivia Question #41: What New Zealand born Nobel laureate said, "Anybody who expects a source of power from the transformation of the atom is talking moonshine"?
Trivia Question #42: What was the name of Flanders' store?
Trivia Question #43: When Bart and Milhouse were on a sugar high from an all syrup super Squishy, what did Bart do?
Trivia Question #44: What is the name of Pillsbury's little dough girl?
Trivia Question #45: Which European country has the lowest population?
Trivia Question #46: Francisco de Coronado searched for _______ in the southwestern United States.
Trivia Question #47: What was the original title of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"?
Trivia Question #48: Who was the only president to fight in the Spanish-American war?
Trivia Question #49: How did Dick Turpin make a living in the 1700s?
Trivia Question #50: Which battle reached its climactic moment at a farmhouse called La Haye Sainte?
Trivia Question #51: The son of a military man, where was rock star Neil Young born?
Trivia Question #52: What was the first U.S. state to issue license plates?
Trivia Question #53: In 1985, which country's secret agents bombed and sank a Greenpeace ship called the Rainbow Warrior?
Trivia Question #54: Who wrote: "Nothing endures but personal qualities."
Trivia Question #55: If you have a heartbeat of 80 BPM, how many time would your heart beat over the course of a year?
Trivia Question #56: Who based "David Copperfield" on his own humiliating childhood, in which he worked in a shoe polish factory after his father was imprisoned for debt?
Trivia Question #57: Which of these words originally meant a wife's property (minus her dowry)?
Trivia Question #58: The Latin word for "treasury" is used to be describe a collection, assortment, compilation or anthology of something. What?
Trivia Question #59: How many of his own teeth did George Washington have when he died?
Trivia Question #60: Jack Dempsey was called the Giant Killer after he beat what Potwatomi boxer to win the boxing crown in 1919?
Trivia Question #61: Booking the Guess Who and the Turtles to play for his daughters, who was the first president to host a White House rock concert?
Trivia Question #62: Which of these cities is not in the Netherlands?
Trivia Question #63: In "The Marathon Man," what question does Lawrence Oliver's Christian Szell ask nine times of Dustin Hoffman's Thomas Levy?
Trivia Question #64: What city near the Khyber Pass was the capital of the Mughal Empire in the 1500s?
Trivia Question #65: To avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees, in 1966 David Robert Jones changed his name. To what?
Trivia Question #66: In what year was the charge of The Light Brigade take place?
Trivia Question #67: Who were the actual names (as opposed to nicknames) of the three Cartwright brothers on "Bonanza"?
Trivia Question #68: What does smörgåsbord mean?
Trivia Question #69: Invented by Dr. Emmett L. Brown, what would you use a flux capacitor for?
Trivia Question #70: Who is the only member of the NFL Hall of Fame inducted solely as a placekicker?
Trivia Question #71: In 1968, Len Marchand became the MP for Kamloops-Caribou. What was so noteworthy about this?
Trivia Question #72: In "The Public Enemy," who mashed a grapefruit in actress Mae Clarke's face?
Trivia Question #73: What group of people are most likely to pray at a mosque?
Trivia Question #74: Some British drink shandy, a revolting mix of beer and what other drink?
Trivia Question #75: Which college did Sideshow Bob's brother, Cecil, attend?
Trivia Question #76: The name of the 22nd Greek letter is synonymous with the Chinese word for our life force. What is it?
Trivia Question #77: Tommy Lasorda and his predecessor, Walter Alston, both managed which team for 20 years apiece?
Trivia Question #78: Pick the date this occurred: British re-capture Sollum and Halfaya.
Trivia Question #79: What is curacao?
Trivia Question #80: Pick the musical term for "Spirited":
Trivia Question #81: Which of the following is an example of a "portmanteau" word?
Trivia Question #82: President Lincoln appoints Gen. Grant to command all of the armies of the United States. Gen. William T. Sherman succeeds Grant as commander in the west.
Trivia Question #83: What union president led an actors' strike in 1960 over pension and welfare plans?
Trivia Question #84: Who composed a famous rule for the monks of Monte Cassino?
Trivia Question #85: The DPT vaccine, controversially connected to brain damage, is for diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus. What is pertussis?
Trivia Question #86: In 1917, William Barnes and G. Clifford Noble agreed to go into business together. What did they sell?
Trivia Question #87: Which instrument is played by means of a vibrating reed?
Trivia Question #88: As of 2002, with what color is UPS most famously associated?
Trivia Question #89: Hambletonian was bred in the US in the 1800. Almost all of which type of racing animal is descended from him?
Trivia Question #90: As of 1998, what number best approximates the combined population of the former Soviet Union?
Trivia Question #91: What world capital, called the Venice of the North, is built on several islands and a nearby mainland?
Trivia Question #92: Which member of Bill Clinton's cabinet was born in Prague?
Trivia Question #93: What TV series made a star out of John Travolta?
Trivia Question #94: Which Indonesian island is most densely populated?
Trivia Question #95: Francis Ford Coppola won an Oscar for directing. And which nephew of his won an Oscar for acting?
Trivia Question #96: A region of which country is also called "back of Bourke" and "back of beyond"?
Trivia Question #97: In the movie "Rainman", what was the only airline that Raymond said had never crashed?
Trivia Question #98: What cartoonist, whose works adorn the walls of labs everywhere, has had a biting louse and a butterfly named for him?
Trivia Question #99: On the T.V. drama, big city cop Baretta lived in a rundown hotel with his pet:
Trivia Question #100: What future British hero joined his cousin, John Hawkins, on one of Britain's first slaving expeditions?
Trivia Question #101: What animal is the mascot of the U.S. Naval Academy?
Trivia Question #102: The 1964 song "The Girl From Ipanema" was about a girl from what country?
Trivia Question #103: Which is the only Central American country where Spanish is not the official language?
Trivia Question #104: What "proud as a peacock" network was the first to broadcast in color?
Trivia Question #105: Who recorded "Feel Like Makin' Love" in 1975?
Trivia Question #106: Which of these people has not played Peter Pan on stage or in a movie?
Trivia Question #107: Who invented Vulcanized rubber in 1839?
Trivia Question #108: In which state is the world-famous Mayo Clinic?
Trivia Question #109: What did a Jim Crow law enforce?
Trivia Question #110: Who is credited with coining the word "factoid" in a 1973 book about Marilyn Monroe?
Trivia Question #111: Pick the company that has the slogan "The Internet Starts Here."
Trivia Question #112: Who in a restaurant is most likely to use something James Ritty patented in 1879?
Trivia Question #113: Who wrote: "Necessity has the face of a dog."
Trivia Question #114: What does "B'nai B'rith" mean?
Trivia Question #115: Excluding tiebreakers, how many points will win you a racquetball game?
Trivia Question #116: How many fundamental errors did Parker Brothers originally find with the board game Monopoly?
Trivia Question #117: Who wrote the most famous poem about an expelled Acadian named Evangeline Bellefontaine?
Trivia Question #118: What is the word for a grouping of jellyfish?
Trivia Question #119: Timbuktu was a major Islamic city of the Songhai Empire. In what country would you find it today?
Trivia Question #120: The caber of the Scottish sport of caber tossing is a / an:
Trivia Question #121: Of which religion is Shia a branch?
Trivia Question #122: Named Armando, who played piano on Miles Davis's jazz fusion albums before winning Grammys with the band Return to Forever?
Trivia Question #123: According to Erich Von Daniken, which prophet was swept up in a "chariot of fire" that was actually a UFO?
Trivia Question #124: Since 1982, what pizza chain has featured an item named "Crazy Bread" on its menu?
Trivia Question #125: This T.V. manufacturer's brand name is a synonym for apex:
Trivia Question #126: What city was captured during the Six-Day War?
Trivia Question #127: What is the only snake that builds a nest for its eggs?
Trivia Question #128: By population, what is the largest state capital (meaning the city itself, not the metro area)?
Trivia Question #129: Where would you hear the phrases "Stifle yourself," "Meathead," and "Dingbat"?
Trivia Question #130: What was Robert Van Winkle's rap name?
Trivia Question #131: What happened at the end in the series finale of "Seinfeld"?
Trivia Question #132: How many US states border the Great Lakes?
Trivia Question #133: He wrote "Fifteen men on the dead man's chest . . . yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!":
Trivia Question #134: Once confused with lead, what hard-to-magnetize element expands when solidifying?
Trivia Question #135: Who was the author of the book "Mathnawi"?
Trivia Question #136: Which song: "You know the day destroys the night/ Night divides the day"?
Trivia Question #137: Who was Zeus' long-suffering wife?
Trivia Question #138: What is a charlatan?
Trivia Question #139: Which country possesses Easter Island?
Trivia Question #140: If you had a million US $1 bills, it would be 358 feet tall. How much would it weigh?
Trivia Question #141: The first classical music record to go platinum was whose gold-medal winning performance of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 at the First International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow?
Trivia Question #142: Of which orchestra was Arthur Fiedler the maestro for fifty seasons?
Trivia Question #143: What does Robert Plant eat in his dream sequence in 'The Song Remains The Same'?
Trivia Question #144: In which country is the world's most northerly continuously inhabited place located?
Trivia Question #145: Known more in my day as a organ player, I had 20 kids, four of whom also became composers. Who am I?
Trivia Question #146: Plea this, if you can. Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution promises that no one "shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law"?
Trivia Question #147: How long is a lunar day? (The earth's tides ebb and flow based on the lunar day.)
Trivia Question #148: Where are the Pillars of Hercules?
Trivia Question #149: Which classification applies to such countries as Australia and Canada?
Trivia Question #150: In the 1950s, the Production Line included Sid Abel, Ted Lindsay and which hockey legend?
Trivia Question #151: Which boxer won the gold medal in the heavyweight boxing division at the 1968 Olympics?
Trivia Question #152: Which of the following TV series did NOT air on all three networks?
Trivia Question #153: The crucial line 8 of a Snellan chart reads DEFPOTEC. What is the Snellan chart used to test?
Trivia Question #154: Often made from apples, the name of what pastry literally mean "whirlpool" in German?
Trivia Question #155: Some pig! Who was the pig spared from becoming pork roast in "Charlotte's Web"?
Trivia Question #156: The original version of which video games pitted against each other seven of Earth's finest warriors--Liu Kang, Rayden, Sonya, Sub-Zero, Johnny Cage, Kano and Scorpion?
Trivia Question #157: Which of these battleships was seriously damaged, but not sunk, at Pearl Harbor?
Trivia Question #158: In 1993, who had a big hit with a book called "The Buccaneers," despite having been dead for 56 years?
Trivia Question #159: Who wrote: "I have known sorrow and learned to aid the wretched."
Trivia Question #160: Which president had a candy bar named after his daughter?
Trivia Question #161: In fiction, whom did Guinevere marry?
Trivia Question #162: How long did the entire siege at the Alamo take before the Texan forces lost the fort?
Trivia Question #163: Who designed the uniform worn by the Swiss Guards at the Vatican?
Trivia Question #164: Which term refers to a theory that living matter can develop from nonliving material?
Trivia Question #165: Where did Bobby Fischer beat Boris Spassky to become Chess Champion of the World in 1972?
Trivia Question #166: Popular with UFO buffs as Area 51, in what state would you find Groom Lake?
Trivia Question #167: What city is on the French end of the Channel Tunnel?
Trivia Question #168: Henry Stanley founded this city as a trading depot named Leopoldville, after the Belgian king. What is it called today?
Trivia Question #169: Whose "Polovtsian Dances," from the opera "Prince Igor," is the basis of the song "Stranger in Paradise" from the musical "Kismet?
Trivia Question #170: In 1938, what drug did Dr. Albert Hoffman develop from an extraction from a parasitic bread fungus called ergot?
Trivia Question #171: To what did Diana Judd and her daughter Christina change their names?
Trivia Question #172: What accounts for 16% of your body weight?
Trivia Question #173: Which Canadian governor general lost a leg at Cherisy during World War I?
Trivia Question #174: Why do golfers yell fore?
Trivia Question #175: Who was the only American member of Monty Python's Flying Circus?
Trivia Question #176: England makes up what percentage of the landmass of the United Kingdom?
Trivia Question #177: What Canadian singer did a duet with Missy Elliot on a version of "Get Ur Freak On"?
Trivia Question #178: Where was the early 20th-century artistic movement known as Futurism based?
Trivia Question #179: What is the former French colony of St. Domingue called today?
Trivia Question #180: Which high-end product is most often associated with Carrara, Italy?
Trivia Question #181: Who is the only head coach to lead his team to Super Bowl victory four seperate times?
Trivia Question #182: Striking in 1996, what hurricane did the most damage to the United States, as measured in dollars?
Trivia Question #183: Who recorded "Listen To The Music" in 1972?
Trivia Question #184: As the story goes, bear markets are named for trappers who sold pelts before they had even trapped the bears. If you're bearish, what do you think of the stock market?
Trivia Question #185: In the Old Testament, who married Rachel?
Trivia Question #186: Who wrote: "A man knows when he is growing old because he begins to look like his father."
Trivia Question #187: What bird, which shares its name with some Atlantic islands, did coal miners use to detect dangerous gases?
Trivia Question #188: Which country's leaders claimed descent from King Menelik, said to be the son of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon?
Trivia Question #189: The largest of the pinnipeds is the:
Trivia Question #190: Which city is adjacent to the Sea of Marmara?
Trivia Question #191: Heinrich Schliemann made his fortune from the Crimean War, which he and his wife Sophia used to discover what archaeological site?
Trivia Question #192: Jersey Films produced "Erin Brockovich" and "Pulp Fiction." Who founded Jersey Films?
Trivia Question #193: What was the real name of David Letterman's side kick, Larry "Bud" Melman?
Trivia Question #194: Who is credited with saying, "One can never be too rich or too thin"?
Trivia Question #195: Where you find a circadian clock?
Trivia Question #196: What is a shibboleth?
Trivia Question #197: In what year were the use of US federal funds prohibited for abortion?
Trivia Question #198: What word describes an angle between 90 and 180 degrees?
Trivia Question #199: Born in France in 1946, Andre Roussimoff was a true giant in what field?
Trivia Question #200: What Tennessee Williams play was originally a Hollywood script, for MGM, called "The Gentleman Caller"?


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