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Trivia Question #1: One of the greatest teams in the Negro Leagues, where was home for the Homestead Grays?
Trivia Question #2: What kind of treat grows from Thompson seedless grapes?
Trivia Question #3: Credit for what holiday is shared by a West Virginia schoolteacher named Anna Jarvis, who died a spinster, and by Julia Ward Howe?
Trivia Question #4: What distinguished the tunic of a Roman senator?
Trivia Question #5: How many quarterbacks were taken ahead of John Elway in the 1983 NFL Draft?
Trivia Question #6: Where in the U.S. would you find the country's largest collection of erotica?
Trivia Question #7: Pick the company that has the slogan "The People In The Pyramid Are Working For You."
Trivia Question #8: What "The Poseidon Adventure" actor co-wrote a 1999 nautical novel called "Wake of the Perdido Star"?
Trivia Question #9: Pick the company that has the slogan "Because Every Person Counts."
Trivia Question #10: Where and when did Paul Celan live?
Trivia Question #11: Nobel prizes are given in all but one of these catagories:
Trivia Question #12: Which Caribbean island has the greatest area?
Trivia Question #13: What did Nebuchadnezzar ask his wise men, that they were upset about?
Trivia Question #14: At a ceremony in North Vancouver, who became the first PM to marry while in office?
Trivia Question #15: With which invention do we associate Episcopal minister William Oughtred?
Trivia Question #16: Which of these actors was NOT in "Apocalypse Now," but was originally cast in the role that went to Martin Sheen?
Trivia Question #17: It's absurd! What is a surd?
Trivia Question #18: What is Jimi Hendrix's real name?
Trivia Question #19: For which disease did Edward Jenner develop a vaccine in 1796?
Trivia Question #20: He had a woman's name, but he wrote "Brideshead Revisited." Who was he?
Trivia Question #21: How can you sense a pheromone?
Trivia Question #22: What was the first war in which more Americans servicemen died in combat than from disease?
Trivia Question #23: In 1987, Ms Darwisch was on a tour of shopping malls, and in October 2000, she released her first CD in 10 years. Who is she?
Trivia Question #24: What island are canned herrings named for?
Trivia Question #25: Gen. Robert E. Lee surrenders his Confederate Army to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the village of Appomattox Court House in Virginia. Grant allows Rebel officers to keep their sidearms and permits soldiers to keep horses and mules.
Trivia Question #26: Which European country is surrounded by Germany, Poland, and Austria?
Trivia Question #27: Which of these methods of payment typically has the user's account number printed on it?
Trivia Question #28: Which country does not use a peso as its monetary unit?
Trivia Question #29: What Chicago-based film critic co-wrote the 1970 Russ Meyer movie "Beyond The Valley of the Dolls"?
Trivia Question #30: From which country was the Peacock Throne stolen in 1739?
Trivia Question #31: If you are boating and see a red flag with a diagonal white slash, what should you bear in mind?
Trivia Question #32: On what TV show did Les Nessman win the Buckeye Newshawk Award for radio reporting?
Trivia Question #33: Frank Sinatra died on the same night as which TV show's finale?
Trivia Question #34: In hockey, what is the millinery term for scoring three goals?
Trivia Question #35: Who became a commander in France's Order of Arts and Letters in 1984 and, two months later, was awarded France's Legion of Honor?
Trivia Question #36: Stanley Matthews played this sport professionally for 33 years and was the first person in his sport to be knighted. What sport was this?
Trivia Question #37: In what year did Russia invade Afghanistan?
Trivia Question #38: Who recorded "Garden Party" in 1972?
Trivia Question #39: This 17th century artist did a series of allegorical paintings of Queen Marie de Medici:
Trivia Question #40: Who wrote: "He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stonecutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet."
Trivia Question #41: In the 2000 movie Me, Myself & Irene, what occupation is Jim Carrey's character?
Trivia Question #42: What percentage of females have masturbated by their early twenties?
Trivia Question #43: Which TV series did Stephen Sondheim write scripts for in the 1950s?
Trivia Question #44: Whose real name is Steveland Morris?
Trivia Question #45: Who is "Peppermint" Patricia Reichardt?
Trivia Question #46: Remember those claymation raisins from the 1980s TV commercials? What state were they from?
Trivia Question #47: Who originally organized the Standard Oil Company?
Trivia Question #48: Who wrote: "I think I should have no other mortal wants, if I could always have plenty of music. It seems to infuse strength into my limbs and ideas into my brain. Life seems to go on without effort, when I am filled with music."
Trivia Question #49: What mathematical operation involves decreasing the minuend by the subtrahend?
Trivia Question #50: What is the word for a grouping of turtles?
Trivia Question #51: Which island group is part of the Mid-Atlantic ridge?
Trivia Question #52: In 1974, the UN added a sixth official language. Which one?
Trivia Question #53: In 1962, Dick Dale recorded "Miserlou," the first major song with a Fender Reverb Unit on the lead guitar. What style of music was "Miserlou"?
Trivia Question #54: What prompted the installation of the USA/Soviet "Hot Line"?
Trivia Question #55: Jesus was crucified between two people convicted of what crime?
Trivia Question #56: Who wrote: "There is no greater sorrow Than to be mindful of the happy time In misery."
Trivia Question #57: Raised by Mordecai, who saved the Jews from Haman?
Trivia Question #58: The world's smallest republic is too small to have a capital city. And its economy depends on phosphates from bird poo. What is it?
Trivia Question #59: Which famous Scandinavian is not Norwegian?
Trivia Question #60: In what suburb of Chicago did Frank Lloyd Wright build his first home in 1889?
Trivia Question #61: The Triton is a celebrated:
Trivia Question #62: Who patented the first steel making process in England in 1855?
Trivia Question #63: Which Russian religious sect conducted nude protests in Canada and was backed at one time by Leo Tolstoy?
Trivia Question #64: Who wrote: "A generation of men is like a generation of leaves; the wind scatters some leaves upon the ground, while others the burgeoning wood brings forth - and the season of spring comes on."
Trivia Question #65: The word "lucid" means:
Trivia Question #66: How many rows of stars are there on the US flag?
Trivia Question #67: Aside from having a funny name, Oral Herschiser also (as of 2000) holds a baseball record. What is this record?
Trivia Question #68: Claus Cecil Borberg took his mother's name. What was that name?
Trivia Question #69: If someone is "molto simpatico," they are:
Trivia Question #70: Who was the first American president to have been a Rhodes scholar?
Trivia Question #71: Which actress became minister of culture and sciences in her country's 1981 government?
Trivia Question #72: Who wrote "Girlfriend in a Coma"?
Trivia Question #73: With 254, as of 2001, what state has the most counties?
Trivia Question #74: Which country claims jurisdiction over the Ross Dependency in Antarctica?
Trivia Question #75: Where do the Canary Islands get their name?
Trivia Question #76: Until foiled by Austin Powers, what company does Dr. Evil use as a cover for his world-domination plans?
Trivia Question #77: What city, once called the Athens of South America, was also once the viceregal capital of New Granada?
Trivia Question #78: While Babe Ruth was dominating baseball and Jack Dempsey was ruling boxing, was sport was Bill Tilden's domain?
Trivia Question #79: Who wrote: "Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've conquered human nature."
Trivia Question #80: The Mariana Trench in the western Pacific Ocean is the deepest point in any ocean. How deep is it?
Trivia Question #81: What flower, the world's tallest, did a Dutch gardener grow to a record height of 25 feet, 5 inches?
Trivia Question #82: Which president had his family estate at Mount Vernon?
Trivia Question #83: First brewed in 1893 in New Bern, North Carolina and named for Caleb Bradham, what drink today is named for a digestive juice?
Trivia Question #84: Which extreme (re: insane) sport is believed to have originated on the South Pacific's Pentecost Island, where it was an ancient rite of passage for boys?
Trivia Question #85: Hockey star Jarome Iginla's last name means "Big Tree" in Yoruba, the language his father spoke in what country?
Trivia Question #86: Where does Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling live?
Trivia Question #87: What folksinger is the father of actress Ione Skye?
Trivia Question #88: Which guitarist played on Plant's "Now and Zen" album ?
Trivia Question #89: Grant's forces begin a general advance and break through Lee's lines at Petersburg.
Trivia Question #90: From 1894 to 1896, Demetrius Vikelas served as the first president of what organization?
Trivia Question #91: Augusto Pinochet was ruler of which country?
Trivia Question #92: Which of these religions did not unite to form the United Church of Canada?
Trivia Question #93: From what animal does mohair come?
Trivia Question #94: Which year did Elvis Presley marry Priscilla?
Trivia Question #95: By what name do we better know Robert Stroud?
Trivia Question #96: Irna Phillips, who created "Guiding Light" in 1952, is considered the founder of what genre?
Trivia Question #97: Who was the last white boxer to be the undisputed world heavyweight champion?
Trivia Question #98: Pick the date this occurred: Germany invades Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg.
Trivia Question #99: At which team's home games might you see the Lambeau Leap after a touchdown?
Trivia Question #100: Where and when did Doris Lessing live?
Trivia Question #101: Originally operated by the Santa Fe Railroad, the Super Chief took its gourmet clientele from Chicago to what city?
Trivia Question #102: What kind of dispute what a probate court handle?
Trivia Question #103: In which state would you find the world's most extensive cave system, at Mammoth Cave National Park?
Trivia Question #104: Define this musical term: "LUNGA PAUSA":
Trivia Question #105: In what language, his native language, was Copernicus known as Mikolaj Kopernik?
Trivia Question #106: Sure, you know about Nolan Ryan's seven no-hitters. But he also holds the record for most career strikeouts. How many?
Trivia Question #107: The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is located at the entrance of this city's harbor:
Trivia Question #108: Susan Lucci lost 18 straight Daytime Emmys for her role on what soap opera?
Trivia Question #109: Which vaccine was developed by Louis Pasteur?
Trivia Question #110: How did U2's Paul Hewson come to rename himself Bono Vox?
Trivia Question #111: Natalie Portman plays Queen Amidala. Of what is she queen?
Trivia Question #112: According to Little Eva, Grand Funk Railroad and Kylie Minogue, "everybody's doing a brand new dance now." What is that dance?
Trivia Question #113: Here's one for Jimmy Stewart fans. Mary Chase nearly wrote a book about a four-foot-tall canary named Daisy. Instead, she wrote about a six-foot-tall rabbit. What was his name?
Trivia Question #114: According to a well-known expression, members of a royal family are "born to the" what?
Trivia Question #115: Silicon Fen is a high tech cluster around which university?
Trivia Question #116: What was Buddha's first name?
Trivia Question #117: In the 1980s, who became the first pop singer to sell ten million copies each of her first two albums?
Trivia Question #118: Which "Italian" Marx Brother, actually born Leonard Marx, was the oldest?
Trivia Question #119: Who was the first president to appoint a woman to the United States Supreme Court?
Trivia Question #120: There are both T.V. and movie versions of all these titles except:
Trivia Question #121: Prince Arthur was Canada's governor general from 1911 to 1916. Who was his royal parent?
Trivia Question #122: Created in 1789, what was the first US federal law enforcement body?
Trivia Question #123: Who was the first president to have electric light in the White House?
Trivia Question #124: Until becoming Health and Human Services in 1980, which of these was not part of the department's name?
Trivia Question #125: Which Harry Potter book had a different title before it was published in the United States?
Trivia Question #126: Where were the Black Panthers founded?
Trivia Question #127: Which of these is not a definition of "scale"?
Trivia Question #128: If your friend studies phycology, what interests her?
Trivia Question #129: Where does a Rhodes scholar study?
Trivia Question #130: Pick the company that has the slogan "Managing Money For People With Other Things To Think About."
Trivia Question #131: In what decade was the NFL founded?
Trivia Question #132: Born Artis Ivey, what rapper had a hit called "Gangsta's Paradise" from the film "Dangerous Minds"?
Trivia Question #133: The Church of the Intercession on the Moat, better known as St. Basil's Cathedral, is in what city?
Trivia Question #134: Pick the musical term for "Gradually faster":
Trivia Question #135: What killed Catherine the Great?
Trivia Question #136: Accompanied by a then-unknown pianist named Barry Manilow, what Hawaiian got her big break doing a bawdy cabaret act in New York bathhouses?
Trivia Question #137: In which British county was the phrase Kiss me Hardy born?
Trivia Question #138: Which of the following is not a stateless nation?
Trivia Question #139: Who won an Oscar for playing Kay Miniver?
Trivia Question #140: Pick the company that has the slogan "Driving Is Believing."
Trivia Question #141: Who wrote "Nicholas Nickleby"?
Trivia Question #142: Which metal gets its name from that of the island of Cyprus?
Trivia Question #143: Liz Taylor has played in screen adaptions of all these classics except:
Trivia Question #144: In the 1240s, a Franciscan friar named Giovanni da Pian del Carpini reached China. What traveling family got there 30 years later?
Trivia Question #145: Which science is concerned with methods of punishment and prevention of crime?
Trivia Question #146: Known for its vicious kicks and sharp claws, what flightless bird is from the forests of northern Australia?
Trivia Question #147: Which of these actresses was part of a consortium that spent $20 million to buy the town of Braselton, Georgia?
Trivia Question #148: Define this musical term: "TENUTO (TEN.)":
Trivia Question #149: Which president was it that said, "A man is known by the company he keeps, and also by the company from which he is kept out."?
Trivia Question #150: Which of these musicians played with Jimi Hendrix, rather than with Jim Morrison?
Trivia Question #151: Which writer was born in and died in years when Halley's Comet appeared?
Trivia Question #152: Born in Florence, Alabama, William Christopher Handy became famous in what field?
Trivia Question #153: What CFL team has played its home games at Ivor Wynne Stadium?
Trivia Question #154: The Anatolian Plateau is located in?
Trivia Question #155: What is a Stanley Steamer?
Trivia Question #156: How much did it cost for an advance Knebworth ticket for Led Zeppelin on the 4th and 11th of August 1979?
Trivia Question #157: Which rock singer won Grammy Awards for "Simply Irresistible" and "Addicted to Love"?
Trivia Question #158: Where was the worst earthquake in 1985?
Trivia Question #159: How many independent countries are in South America?
Trivia Question #160: Britain won the first time a team sport was in the Olympics, in Paris in 1900. What was the sport?
Trivia Question #161: Of this country's 36 founding fathers, two were named John Hamilton Gray. What is this country?
Trivia Question #162: Maximilian D. Berlitz moved from Germany to Rhode Island. Why?
Trivia Question #163: On November 19, 1863, Edward Everett gave a 28,000-word speech at a battlefield cemetery. Who followed up with a 271-word address?
Trivia Question #164: In 1984, Syme, an aquaintance of Winston's who is eventually 'vaporised', works in the Outer Party in which specialist job?
Trivia Question #165: What year did the movie Ghost bring the Righteous Brothers back to popularity with the song "Unchained Melody"?
Trivia Question #166: A campaign is on to have the pope name Spanish encyclopedia editor St. Isidore of Seville the patron saint of what field?
Trivia Question #167: The Outward Bound "adventure school" is on Hurricane Island in what state?
Trivia Question #168: What was Harriet Beecher Stowe's most famous book?
Trivia Question #169: In what movie does a new passenger wreak havoc on a mining ship called the Nostromo?
Trivia Question #170: Which of the following bands did not include Eric Clapton on guitar?
Trivia Question #171: On the TV show "Felicity," what was the last name of Keri Russell's character?
Trivia Question #172: How long does it take the average person to fall asleep?
Trivia Question #173: Who is credited with writing 14 of the Christian Bible's books, more than anybody else?
Trivia Question #174: What is the only African tribe named in the NATO phonetic alphabet (the one that goes, alpha, bravo, charlie ...)?
Trivia Question #175: William Bligh suffered a mutiny on the Bounty, and an uprising in New South Wales in what country?
Trivia Question #176: According to Harper's Index, how long can an ant remain submerged?
Trivia Question #177: Which book by Enid Bagnold became a 1944 movie starring Elizabeth Taylor?
Trivia Question #178: How did Lawrence of Arabia die?
Trivia Question #179: Which of these Canadian prime ministers was a Conservative, not a Liberal?
Trivia Question #180: Where would you find all that is left of a city now called Mohenjo-daro?
Trivia Question #181: Which of these Italian cities is furthest south?
Trivia Question #182: Which American holiday has the largest number of collect phone calls?
Trivia Question #183: Pick the date this occurred: Allies capture Caen.
Trivia Question #184: How were Gilligan and the gang finally rescued from that island?
Trivia Question #185: In Star Trek lore, what does NCC-1701 signify?
Trivia Question #186: After Greenland, what is the largest island entirely within the Northern Hemisphere?
Trivia Question #187: Who was the author of the book "King Lear"?
Trivia Question #188: Why is the number "4810" found on Mont Blanc pens?
Trivia Question #189: How many girls died on the voyage of the Mayflower?
Trivia Question #190: Which of the following countries is the theocracy?
Trivia Question #191: For whom did Levi Strauss invent his denim jeans?
Trivia Question #192: Three liqueurs go into a B52 shooter. One is Bailey's Irish Cream, another is Kahlua. What is the third?
Trivia Question #193: Who wrote "3 Tall Women"?
Trivia Question #194: A "storm surge" is _______.
Trivia Question #195: During a wine-induced frenzy, Agave tears her son Pentheus limb from limb in which play?
Trivia Question #196: Which general landed in deep trouble after he struck a shell-shocked, hospitalized soldier in August 1943?
Trivia Question #197: Set in the 1940s, which 1983 mini-series became the most expensive TV production ever?
Trivia Question #198: Hey baby! In 2001, who appeared in Moby's "Southside" video and with Eve in "Let Me Blow Ya Mind"?
Trivia Question #199: How do you convert a temperature in Fahrenheit to Celsius?
Trivia Question #200: In botany, which does not belong to the nightshade family?


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