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This was the first thoroughbred racehorse to win $1 million.
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Charles Goodyear invented this by accident in 1839.
This is what South American cowboys are called.
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He named himself for Long John Baldry and Elton Dean.
Wiener schnitzel is named for this city
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He had four brothers named Morgan, James, Virgil and Warren.
The man in the painting American Gothic is holding this object.
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This nursery rhyme character was rich on Monday but broke on Saturday.
This watch company sponsored the first TV commercial on July 1, 1941.
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This is the psychiatric term for self-love.
When the Carthaginians came around 300 B.C. they gave this country its name which literally means land of the rabbits.
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This admiral stands over London's Trafalgar Square.
This is the smallest island with country status.
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This is referred to as the Hall of Mirrors.
In the movie Lion, Saroo as a 5-year old boy from a poor family in India fell asleep on a train and woke up 1,000 miles from home. When reunited with his biological mother 25 years later, Saroo found out this was his real name, Hindi for lion.
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Baloney was first served in this city.
This is the capital of Morocco.
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This is referred to as a one-armed bandit.
This kind of cats are seal points and blue points.
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This dance was named for aviator Charles Lindbergh.
Henry Ford planned for this biofuel (made from grain) to be the principal fuel for the Model T.
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This sparkling French wine is best served at between 41 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
This South American country took its name from the Latin for silvery.
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She played Lois Lane in the 1978 movie Superman.
From the old French for portion or slice, this describes a security that can be split up into smaller pieces and subsequently sold to investors.
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This zone lies between the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer.
This airport saw Israeli commandos free 103 hostages on July 4, 1976.
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This animal has the longest lifespan in captivity.
Ulaanbaatar, formerly anglicised as Ulan Bator, is the capital of this country.
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This is the traditional hour for a bullfight to begin.
This country was the setting of The Bridge on the River Kwai.
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This suspect in the game of Clue holds a military rank.
This flower was named for a Roman gladiator's sword.
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This bay divides Maryland's Eastern and Western Shores.
This is the largest city in Africa.
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This road links Dawson Creek, British Columbia and Fairbanks, Alaska.
In Wilbur Smith's novel Assegai, this son of former U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt was given the Swahili name Bwana Popoo Hima (Sir Quick Bullet) by a Masai warrior.
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She was Ronald Reagan's first wife.
A polyorchid man has at least three of these.
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This process forms cirques, drumlins and eskers.
This is the official language of Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia.
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In Greek mythology, this beautiful youth pined for the love of his reflection.
This movie star said: When I'm good, I'm very good, but when I'm bad I'm better.
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This police force, created by Mack Sennett, was featured in silent film comedies in the early 20th century.
Mount Kennedy is a peak in the Saint Elias Mountains within Kluane National Park in this Canadian province.
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In Greece it is conventional for a house guest to bring as a first gift this, which is placed under or near the ikonostasi (home altar) of the house, as a symbol of abundance, fertility, and good luck.
This was the name of the fisherman in Ernest Hemingway's novel The Old Man and the Sea.
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This was the last major German counteroffensive of World War II.
She portrayed the doomed Melanie in Gone With The Wind.
He met Cyclops on his third voyage.
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Humphrey Bogart excelled at this board game.
She was Don Quixote's imaginary love.
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This philosopher was hailed by Hitler and Mussolini as the prophet of authoritarianism.
This is known as the Bishop's Stone.
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This is the maximum number of clubs a professional golfer may use in a round.
Perugia, the capital city of this region in Italy, is host of the Eurochocolate festival, the biggest celebration in Europe, attracting around 900,000 visitors.
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This 20th-century American poet wrote a four-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln.
The custom of wearing a wedding band on the fourth finger of the left hand can be traced back to Egypt, where it was believed that the vein of love coursed through the finger directly to the _____.
On February 14th, people in Bulgaria celebrate the day of St. Trifon Zarezan, a centuries-old observance of the cult of this Thracian god of wine and merriment.
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On February 14th, in this northern European country, citizens celebrate Friends Day. Not just a day for romance, it's also a day when close friends send gifts and cards to each other.
This U.S. President declared: The ballot is stronger than the bullet.
In this English county Jack Valentine, also known as Old Father Valentine, knocks on people's doors on the night before Valentine's Day, leaving treats and presents, then vanishes in the blink of an eye.
This was the maiden name of John F. Kennedy's wife.
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This is the most densely-populated country on the American mainland.
This was Cisco Kid's English-mangling sidekick.
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In 1858 Charles Moncke invented this tool.
This is the capital city of Ecuador.
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This Canadian entertainment group was originally known as Les Echassiers de Baie-Saint-Paul.
This 1969 novel by Henri Charriere details his incarceration and subsequent escape from the French penal colony of French Guiana (Devil's Island), covering a 14-year period between 1931 and 1945.
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How many rooms are there in England's Buckingham Palace?
This 1964 film featured Peter Ustinov, Melina Mercouri and Maximilian Schell as jewel thieves.
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How many restrooms are there in England's Buckingham Palace?
This was L'il Abner's last name.
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This U.S. college is home to a mascot called the Boll Weevil.
Lyndon Johnson declared war against this on January 8, 1964.
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This area of the brain is associated with negative thinking.
This property in pepper causes people to sneeze.
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Often confused with beavers or pigs, these Central and South American-dwelling animals are the world's largest rodents.
This brand of scooter's name comes from the Italian word for wasp.
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Patagonia includes the Argentine part of this archipelago.
As Rome's greatest orator, he was invited to join the triumverate of Caesar, Crassus and Pompey but declined.
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This was Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia Mozart's nickname - she was the older sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
This is a festive Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of the Jews from imminent doom at the hands of their enemies in the biblical Book of Esther.
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This Irish novelist won the Man Booker Prize in 1978 for The Sea, the Sea.
The first section of this German highway, linking Cologne and Bonn, opened in 1932.
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What do Betty Grissom, Annie Glenn, Rene Carpenter, Louise Shepard, Trudy Cooper, Marjorie Slayton and Jo Schirra have in common?
Founded in 1934, this sport's World Federation is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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These U.S. states and territories don't change their clocks for daylight saving time.
Also known as Siddhartha Gautama, he attained enlightenment by sitting under a special Bodhi tree for 49 days.
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Of the 118 elements on the periodic table, this many are naturally occurring.
This summer squash is known as Courgettes in France and England, and can reach nearly a meter in length.
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In Harry Potter books, this was the address of the ancestral home of the Black family.
Of the five Great Lakes, Lake Superior stretches the furthest west, ending near this Minnesota city.
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In the game of Scrabble, these two letter tiles are worth the most points.
This, inside corn, makes it pop.
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This American comedian, known as King of the One Liners, was born March 16, 1906 in Whitechapel, London, England.
This largest moon of Jupiter is the solar system's only moon known to have a magnetic field.
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This famous boxer said, The man with no imagination has no wings.
This sparsely populated region located at the southern end of South America is shared by Argentina and Chile.
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A 21st century plague destroys mankind in The Last Man, an 1826 novel by this author.
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