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Thomas Huxley coined this term in 1869, and he referred to it in 1860 by stating, I neither affirm nor deny the immortality of man.
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These two states contain the farthest-separated points in the United States.
A piscatologist excels at this.
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He wrote the essay Civil Disobedience in 1849.
Gregor Mendel established this science in 1866.
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These three leaders met at the Yalta Conference in 1945.
Fred MacMurray invented this substance in the 1961 movie The Absent-Minded Professor.
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This British author created Gunga Din.
This sport uses a ball called a slitter.
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This country has the highest population density in Asia.
This Canadian Doctor joined the Communist Party in 1935, and went to China in 1938 to serve as a Doctor for Mao Zedong's guerrilla army. He nicked his finger during an operation and subsequently died in 1939 (aged 49) of blood poisoning.
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This comedienne's baby appeared on the first cover of TV Guide.
In 1851 the SS ______ won the coveted Blue Riband for the fastest transatlantic passage (Liverpool to New York in 9 days, 19 hours). It was designed to outclass its chief rivals from the British-owned Cunard Line.
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Its headquarters are on New York's East River between 42nd and 48th streets.
This word is derived from the Arabic word for an infidel.
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He was Olive Oyl's brother.
This pianist countered his critics by noting: I cried all the way to the bank.
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This was the one-word headline of The London Star on December 10, 1936.
Originally this word meant coffee that came from Yemen. Later it came to mean coffee flavoured with chocolate.
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Ellen and Ebenezer Butterick invented and first sold this in 1863.
This was Edmund S. Muskie's middle name.
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This card game has 2,598,960 possible hands.
This sport has you hike out while close-hauled.
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This battle of the War of 1812 was fought after the Treaty of Ghent was signed.
This country brews Peroni beer.
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This was the only film starring W.C. Fields and Mae West.
This is the most common Russian surname.
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These two suits are the one-eyed jacks in a deck of playing cards.
This strong protein is a major component in nails, skin, hair, hooves, horns, and teeth.
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Lynette Alice Squeaky Fromme tried to assassinate this U.S. President in 1975.
From Latin for draw back, this is a medical tool used to pull away edges of an incision for surgical access.
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It takes sunlight this long to reach earth.
This is the process of treating hospital patients in order of the seriousness of their injuries.
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In a standard international deck of cards, this sword-wielding king is the only one with no mustache.
Capella is the brightest star in this constellation (the Charioteer).
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This is James Bond's CIA contact.
This is the capital of Australia.
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This William Styron book is about a black preacher who leads an 1831 slave revolt.
This is the falconers' term for a wild bird taken at the nest when almost full-fledged.
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This fictional group from 1946 through 1958 included actors Leo Gorcey, Gabriel Dell and Huntz Hall.
This delicacy is known as pickled roe.
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This is what you call a boy born between cannons on a British warship.
This is missing from a woman suffering from amazia.
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This six-time Olympic champion was known as The Flying Finn.
Adolf Hitler planned to rename this city to Germania.
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This actor was the only member of The Dirty Dozen to survive.
In this language klutz is an insult.
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This company, founded in 1945, offers a special deal on the last day of January, March, May, July, August, October and December.
Lloyd's Lutine Bell announces this.
This planet has the shortest year.
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He said: "Give me a couple of pages of the Bible, and I'll give you a picture."
This Broadway show was identified with the Kennedy years.
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This playing card is the symbol of love.
This is Elvis Costello's real first name.
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This is what an Austrian calls Austria.
his is another name for tetanus.
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This is the largest web-footed bird.
Cuba has been called The Queen of the ___________.
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This was the biggest-selling American novel before Gone With The Wind.
This was the first country to legalize abortion, in 1935.
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This tropic passes through Australia.
This refers to three membranous envelopes (arachnoid, dura mater, and pia mater) that surround the brain and spinal cord.
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This is the world's warmest sea.
The New York Institute for the Investigation of Rolling Spheroids specializes in this.
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These five cards make up a perfect Cribbage hand.
This is the common term for the tympanic membrane.
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This novel has the ghost of Catherine appearing to Mr. Lockwood.
Sir Thomas More created this imaginary island in his 1516 book.
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This actress portrayed the doomed schoolteacher in The Birds.
James Bond uses this make of lighter to light his ladies' cigarettes with.
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How many letters appear with the numbers 2 to 9 on a telephone dial?
This is the infamous contraction of Geheime Staatspolizei.
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This was the infamous feat of Germany's U-20 submarine.
This 1979 film pitted the townies against the gownies on bicycles.
This U.S. state has the lowest highest elevation at 60 feet.
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This Richard Adams book includes an account of Bigwig's encounter with a fox.
This sport features sculls, slides and strokes.
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This U.S. poet penned: Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.
This Chinese region is nicknamed The Roof of the World.
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This mythical Scottish town appears for one day every 100 years.
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.
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