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Trivia Question #1: A judge's instruction to not publicly discuss an ongoing case is called what?
Trivia Question #2: How many years did it take for the world's population to grow from 5 billion to, in 1999, 6 billion??
Trivia Question #3: Where would you be going if you were on a hajj?
Trivia Question #4: What did Fletch's initials (I. M.) stand for?
Trivia Question #5: What is the setting for the movie "Dead Poets Society"?
Trivia Question #6: When do Roman Catholics say Vespers?
Trivia Question #7: Which row or rows of a computer keyboard would you use to write the word "typewriter"?
Trivia Question #8: Define this musical term: "BREIT":
Trivia Question #9: Who would most likely use a sounding line?
Trivia Question #10: In addition to winning the Daytona 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans, who was the first four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500?
Trivia Question #11: Which nation completes this list of WWII's "big four": USA, USSR, Great Britain and ?
Trivia Question #12: All these famous people have elements named after them except:
Trivia Question #13: Who married Elvis's daughter Lisa Marie in 1994, only to be divorced from her in 1996?
Trivia Question #14: Which city at the foot of Qasiyun Mountain is believed to be the world's oldest city?
Trivia Question #15: What pro football QB required the fewest games played to reach 100 touchdowns (44), fewest to reach 200 (89) and 300 (157)?
Trivia Question #16: King David had how many brothers?
Trivia Question #17: Excluding 0 and 00, how many numbers are on a roulette wheel?
Trivia Question #18: Who appears in "Man on the Moon," not as himself from "Taxi," but as a manager named George Shapiro?
Trivia Question #19: Pick the musical term for "Turn the page quickly":
Trivia Question #20: The Federation of the West Indies was meant to unite all of Britain's Caribbean colonies, but it fell apart in 1962 when Trinidad & Tobago left. That was a particular problem, because the Trinidadian capital was also the Federation's. What city
Trivia Question #21: The mainstay of a porcupine's diet is:
Trivia Question #22: Pick the musical term for "Fr. The right hand":
Trivia Question #23: Since 1986, what has been the "national floral emblem" of the United States?
Trivia Question #24: In India, what is a namaste?
Trivia Question #25: What is the term for the process of manually transferring a paper map to computer?
Trivia Question #26: Who wrote "Second Foundation"?
Trivia Question #27: Grigory Potemkin entered history as a soldier and advisor to this ruler:
Trivia Question #28: The residents of what province are often called herring chokers?
Trivia Question #29: When did New York's Central Park open?
Trivia Question #30: Who wrote: "I will follow the right side even to the fire, but excluding the fire if I can."
Trivia Question #31: Pick the company that has the slogan "This Is Where It Gets Good."
Trivia Question #32: In legal terms, what does an easement give you?
Trivia Question #33: What is another term for pure china clay?
Trivia Question #34: Tenzin Gyatso is best known as what?
Trivia Question #35: The following works are all matched with their authors except:
Trivia Question #36: The names of the cities of Frankfurt and Vienna gave us two different names for what product?
Trivia Question #37: Who released "Purpendicular" in 1996?
Trivia Question #38: How many consecutive times did Bjorn Borg win the singles at Wimbledon?
Trivia Question #39: Who wrote "Jaws"?
Trivia Question #40: What is the word for a grouping of partridges?
Trivia Question #41: Pick the musical term for "In strict time":
Trivia Question #42: What was the first movie to feature Indiana Jones?
Trivia Question #43: At what approximate latitude does Cape Morris Jessup in Greenland, the world's northernmost point of land, lie?
Trivia Question #44: What country became independent in the 1990s, under a name that drives the Greeks absolutely bonkers?
Trivia Question #45: A Mediterranean-style dry summer subtropical climate exists in all of the following areas except?
Trivia Question #46: Which city is called al-Quds by the Arabs and Yerushalayim by the Jews?
Trivia Question #47: Pick the date this occurred: Evacuation of British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk.
Trivia Question #48: What was the name of Lee Majors' character in the TV series "The Fall Guy"?
Trivia Question #49: The last time the US Cavalry ever came to the rescue was on January 15, 1942, when it covered a retreat in which country?
Trivia Question #50: Who is always trying to kill Krusty the Clown?
Trivia Question #51: In jails, what is a trusty?
Trivia Question #52: Phyllo, fila, or fillo are various spellings for a type of:
Trivia Question #53: What did Lech Walesa do for a living when he went to work for the Lenin Shipyard in 1967?
Trivia Question #54: People in what sport were surprised to find that Renee Richards had once been Richard Raskind?
Trivia Question #55: Which of the following materials is not classified as an electrical insulator?
Trivia Question #56: What Broadway musical gave us the songs "Some Enchanted Evening" and "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair"?
Trivia Question #57: "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
Trivia Question #58: With few white women in colonial Latin America, the Spanish men often had children by Indians. What are they people's descendants called?
Trivia Question #59: Define this musical term: "SPIRITOSO":
Trivia Question #60: Which country was first to grant women the right to vote?
Trivia Question #61: In 2002, what deadly snack food caused George W. Bush to keel over and smack up his face?
Trivia Question #62: What country is allowed to issue stamps with no national name on them at all?
Trivia Question #63: In ancient Greece, what was a metic?
Trivia Question #64: What do Catholics celebrate on the Feast of the Annunciation?
Trivia Question #65: In the 1830s, according to legend, Big Jos Montferrand protected which city's French lumbermen from Irish Shiners?
Trivia Question #66: The main character of this novel has the first name of Gordon.
Trivia Question #67: Which of the follow countries does NOT border Paraguay?
Trivia Question #68: What radio and TV talk show host is known for wearing brightly colored suspenders?
Trivia Question #69: Known for "April in Paris" and "One O'Clock Jump," what jazz pianist had a bit role in the movie "Blazing Saddles"?
Trivia Question #70: This Native American shaman defeated General Custer.
Trivia Question #71: JJ Hayes won marathon gold at the 1908 Olympics. The next American to win gold was Frank Shorter. When?
Trivia Question #72: Better known under another name, the white-headed sea eagle is what country's national bird?
Trivia Question #73: Pick the company that has the slogan "A World Of Energy"
Trivia Question #74: Where was auto racer Emerson Fittipaldi born?
Trivia Question #75: What is the monetary unit of Hungary?
Trivia Question #76: On cans of Campbell's soup, you can see a medallion that the soup won in the 1890s. Where did they win it?
Trivia Question #77: Which Great Lake (U.S.) has the largest surface area?
Trivia Question #78: Where were the southernmost Winter Olympics?
Trivia Question #79: Pick the musical term for "Decisively, firmly":
Trivia Question #80: Who was the only president never to marry?
Trivia Question #81: When is melatonin released into your bloodstream?
Trivia Question #82: What Austrian physician developed the concepts of sibling rivalry and the inferiority complex?
Trivia Question #83: Scotland's most famous literary son nearly became Jamaica's most famous son, as he'd been planning to move there when he heard that his first book was selling. Who was he?
Trivia Question #84: Which country did England receive in 1763 as a result of the Peace of Paris?
Trivia Question #85: The hottest planetary temperature in the solar system was recorded on:
Trivia Question #86: For 20 years, what British king (Victoria's uncle) lived with his mistress, an actress named Dorothea Jordan, who bore him 10 kids?
Trivia Question #87: The ancient town of Delphi was famous for an oracle on the slope of Mount Parnassus, which was considered the center of the world. To whom was this oracle dedicated?
Trivia Question #88: In "The Karate Kid", what color did Daniel have to paint Miagi's house, as part of his training.
Trivia Question #89: Who wrote: "We always deceive ourselves twice about the people we love - first to their advantage, then to their disadvantage."
Trivia Question #90: Where were the orange, grapefruit, and lemon first domesticated?
Trivia Question #91: Despite having had only three months of formal education, who won some 1300 patents?
Trivia Question #92: Who was the first president to visit China on an official visit?
Trivia Question #93: For which war were American recruits first tempted by a poster of Uncle Sam pointing and saying "I Want You"?
Trivia Question #94: Pick the date this occurred: Surrender of Warsaw.
Trivia Question #95: What color is a dress described as "cerulean"?
Trivia Question #96: In what year did the first woman go into space?
Trivia Question #97: What fictional character deduced enough entomology to write a "Practical Handbook of Bee Culture" after retiring?
Trivia Question #98: What was the name of Rip Van Winkle's faithful dog in Washington Irving's tale?
Trivia Question #99: What does a trivet protect?
Trivia Question #100: USA states: What's the capital of Ohio?
Trivia Question #101: Which medical specialty focuses on disorders of the nervous system?
Trivia Question #102: Pick the date this occurred: End of siege of Leningrad.
Trivia Question #103: Half of the first American Olympic team came from the university where William Milligan Sloane, one of Pierre de Coubertin's friends, taught history. Which university?
Trivia Question #104: In which year did the Dixiecrat candidate for president, Strom Thurmond, win over 1,000,000 votes?
Trivia Question #105: Which president added his own corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, saying that the U.S. could intervene in the internal affairs of Latin American countries?
Trivia Question #106: What are you measuring when you look at a liquid's viscosity?
Trivia Question #107: Which of these former Communist nations did not join NATO in 1999?
Trivia Question #108: What menswear company once used Jewish slave labor to make uniforms for the SS, Nazi storm troopers, Hitler Youth and the Wehrmacht?
Trivia Question #109: The J for in "J. Paul Getty" stood for what feminine sounding French name?
Trivia Question #110: What hair color of people do mosquitoes seem to be the most attracted to?
Trivia Question #111: Showing rather bad timing, when did Pope Pius IX write "Slavery itself ... is not contrary to the natural and divine law"?
Trivia Question #112: What was the first name of a Jane Austen title character named Woodhouse?
Trivia Question #113: Which novelist was not a woman?
Trivia Question #114: Also known for their separate solo careers, Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel were both lead singers for what band?
Trivia Question #115: Which country's flag is neither square nor rectangular?
Trivia Question #116: In which year did the National Weather Service first use male names as well as female names to identify hurricanes?
Trivia Question #117: Originally, what did people mean by "paraphernalia"?
Trivia Question #118: What volcano destroyed Pompeii?
Trivia Question #119: Ex-president Canaan Banana fled his country after being found guilty of sodomy. What country had a President Banana?
Trivia Question #120: What song did Robert Plant imitate for Elvis Presley?
Trivia Question #121: What did Arthur K. Ferris build in 1924, supposedly on orders from the Archangel Gabriel?
Trivia Question #122: What is the name of President George W. Bush's springer spaniel?
Trivia Question #123: Who was the author of the book "The Aeneid"?
Trivia Question #124: Pick the company that has the slogan "Like A Rock."
Trivia Question #125: What Canadian-born actor wrote the theme songs for "The Facts of Life," "Diff'rent Strokes" and "Wheel of Fortune"?
Trivia Question #126: Define this musical term: "FORZA":
Trivia Question #127: In 1985, who broke Ty Cobb's record of 4191 career hits?
Trivia Question #128: Which pope supposedly reigned between Leo IV and Benedict III?
Trivia Question #129: Pick the musical term for "Decreasing both tone and speed":
Trivia Question #130: What war began right after the USS Maine exploded?
Trivia Question #131: Which of these gems is not associated with quartz?
Trivia Question #132: The phrase "sour grapes" comes from an Aesop fable called "The _______ and the _______ ."
Trivia Question #133: Pick the musical term for "With expression":
Trivia Question #134: Needful Things was the last story what author set in Castle Rock, Maine?
Trivia Question #135: Which South American city does not lie on the coast?
Trivia Question #136: According to Lenny, Mohammed Ali was better than what during his prime?
Trivia Question #137: What two states claim the island on which the Statue of Liberty stands?
Trivia Question #138: What is the official slogan of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?
Trivia Question #139: Two British scientists named helium for the place where Pierre Janssen had found it in 1868. Where was this?
Trivia Question #140: In 1965, Stanley Matthews was knighted, the first active person in what sport to be so honored?
Trivia Question #141: What mental hospital does Ned Flanders check himself into when he breaks down?
Trivia Question #142: Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation freeing slaves issued by President Lincoln.
Trivia Question #143: Pick the date this occurred: Germans defeat Soviets at Kharkov.
Trivia Question #144: Which of these people was murdered first?
Trivia Question #145: When Nebuchadnezzar II deported the Jews, where did he send them?
Trivia Question #146: What girlfriend did David Crosby dedicate Suite Judy Blue Eyes to?
Trivia Question #147: Which book features a love triangle among Ellen Olenska, Newland Archer & May Welland?
Trivia Question #148: Pick the company that has the slogan "Twice The Hotel."
Trivia Question #149: In what part of Scotland would you find natural land formations called "firths"?
Trivia Question #150: What company built the world's tallest building in Chicago, only to move out of it?
Trivia Question #151: Which TV character lived on a boat called the St. Vitus Dance with an alligator called Elvis?
Trivia Question #152: Which of the following never won a Stanley Cup?
Trivia Question #153: What province has the most First Nations land?
Trivia Question #154: In a number called "The Babbitt and the Bromide," Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire danced together for the first and only time. What was the movie?
Trivia Question #155: Pick the musical term for "Fr. Slow":
Trivia Question #156: Who was the author of the book "The Castle Bohemia"?
Trivia Question #157: Which country was the first to grant its female citizens the right to vote nationally?
Trivia Question #158: What colour is Marge's hair?
Trivia Question #159: Which Disney TV show is Duke Igthorn a character in?
Trivia Question #160: Who's the brother of Formula One racer Michael Schumacher?
Trivia Question #161: In 1964, with this song, musician Louis Armstrong became the oldest artist to hit #1:
Trivia Question #162: Where did George S. Kaufman, Dorothy Parker, Robert E. Sherwood, and Robert Benchley famously exchange witticisms?
Trivia Question #163: In 1901, what did Guglielmo Marconi receive from Britain while in Newfoundland?
Trivia Question #164: What site did Pierre Omidyar launch after his fiancee asked about a place to sell her Pez collection online?
Trivia Question #165: Where do you write coefficients in chemical equations?
Trivia Question #166: The _______ city is found in the land of Oz.
Trivia Question #167: Under the Kalmar Union, Queen Margaret I briefly united all but which of these crowns?
Trivia Question #168: What French mathematician and amateur theologian is said to have invented the roulette wheel en route to perpetual motion machine?
Trivia Question #169: Which capital city is the most populous?
Trivia Question #170: When Scottish chemist Joseph Black decomposed chalk and limestone, he got "fixed air." What do we call it?
Trivia Question #171: Pick the musical term for "Ger. Slow":
Trivia Question #172: The name of what game is both the name of the dog in Cracker Jacks, and the word for using all seven letters in Scrabble?
Trivia Question #173: According to the formal psychiatric definition, which of the following would be appropriate to use as a criterion for homosexuality?
Trivia Question #174: Which mustachioed Surrealist painter wrote a novel, "Hidden Faces," in 1944?
Trivia Question #175: Where is the deepest point in the Earth's crust?
Trivia Question #176: His own wife died in 1847, and he wrote about beautiful dead women in such poems as "Lenore" and "Annabel Lee." Who is he?
Trivia Question #177: Based on its name in German, what is the chemical symbol for tungsten?
Trivia Question #178: According to the title of the 1986 Steve Martin movie, how many Amigos! are there?
Trivia Question #179: Although Sgt. Stacey Koon and Officer Lawrence Powell were acquitted in Simi Valley of beating the stuffing out of somebody, they were later found guilty of violating his civil rights. Who was this?
Trivia Question #180: Pick the date this occurred: Sevastopol falls to Soviets.
Trivia Question #181: The Mamelukes were slaves who ended up taking over which country?
Trivia Question #182: Which rock and roll star married his 14-year-old cousin in 1957?
Trivia Question #183: What body part is Venus de Milo missing?
Trivia Question #184: Pick the company that has the slogan "You've Got _______."
Trivia Question #185: Hong Kong is also known as?
Trivia Question #186: In surface area, which of the Great Lakes is largest?
Trivia Question #187: Which band made "In the Pocket" (1981)?
Trivia Question #188: According to the Compton effect, what happens to high-energy radiation when it hits electrons?
Trivia Question #189: What songwriting pair first appeared on the Billboard top-100 chart in June 1963, when Del Shannon recorded their "From Me to You"?
Trivia Question #190: On what show did the cops drive a 1974 red Ford Torino and solve crimes with the help of a pimp named Huggy Bear?
Trivia Question #191: What is a shellback?
Trivia Question #192: Which U.S.-born performer adopted babies of all nationalities and raised them at Les Milandes in France?
Trivia Question #193: What U.S. president is known for using the term "silent majority" in a speech to gather support for a controversial war?
Trivia Question #194: Who was the author of the book "Anna Karenina"?
Trivia Question #195: Where is the Grafenberg spot?
Trivia Question #196: Because hatmakers like to use plumes called aigrettes, what heron was nearly hunted to extinction?
Trivia Question #197: Who wrote: "Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know."
Trivia Question #198: What color is a lobster's blood?
Trivia Question #199: What was the name of the Army squad that Abe Simpson belonged to in WWII?
Trivia Question #200: Who lusted for Uriah's wife Bathsheba, and eventually sent poor Uriah off to be killed in battle?
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