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the 2 longest 1 syllable words in the English language have 9 letters..name one of them.
Name the last U.S. President that didn't have a college degree.
This actor is banned from entering China because of his role in a film about Tibet.
St Augustine is the oldest city in the U.S. what state is it in?
He is the only U.S. President to when a Pulitzer Prize
What is the only letter in the alphabet that does not appear in the name of any of the United States?
What state is the only state in the U.S. that has borders with only one other state?
12 or more cows is called a...
According to reports, this book is not only the WORLD'S best selling book, but also the most shoplifted.
This type of womens underwear accounts for 25% of the United States underwear market.
Name one of the 2 states that still execute prisoners by hanging.
No team that plays home games in a domed stadium ever won a Super Bowl until they did it in 2000.
What is the only letter in the English alphabet that does not appear on the PERIODIC TABLE
Walt Disney named Mickey Mouse after this 'Mickey' whose mother he had dated.
Believe it or not..TIME magazine's man of the year for 1938 was this guy...
What is the dot over the letter 'I' called?
In the GREAT SEAL of the US, the eagle grasps an olive branch and HOW MANY arrows?
This R&B songstress from New York whose last name is actually 'Cook' appeared on the Cosby Show in 1985 as a guest at Rudy's slumber party.
Tremendous, horrendous, hazardous and this word are the only words in common English language that end in 'dous'
This actress was the 1st choice to play Clarice Starling in Silence of the Lambs but turned it down because she thought it was to scary

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