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30 Things You Should Know that Start with 'H'
Can you name the 30 answers (that all begin with 'H') to these questions?
Updated Apr 14, 2014
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If the answer is a person their surname will begin with 'H'.
'A' Little Bit of Trivia
What is the S.I. unit of frequency?
On Twitter, what name is given to the '#' symbol?
Established in 1636, what is the oldest university in the U.S.A.?
What name is given to a 2-dimensional shape with seven sides?
What is the name of the pilgrimage to Mecca, undertaken by Muslims?
Damian Lewis plays Marine Nicholas Brody in what TV series?
Which Greek mythological hero is known for his 'twelve labours'?
In 1992, 'I Will Always Love You' was a hit song for which singer?
'Papa Doc' and 'Baby Doc' Duvalier ruled which Caribbean nation between 1957 and 1986?
The ventricles and atria are found in which human body organ?
Which actress is the daughter of Goldie Hawn?
What unit of area is equal to 10,000 square meters?
Released in 1976, 'Family Plot' was the last film directed by whom?
Ted, Barney, Marshall, Lily and Robin are characters in what sitcom?
What chemical element has the atomic number 2?
What is the capital city of Cuba?
Who founded 'Playboy' magazine in 1953?
Who was the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Mercury?
What is the name of the dance performed by the All Blacks rugby team before matches?
'Water Music' and 'Messiah' are orchestral works by which German composer?
Before 1947, what was known as the Boulder Dam?
In 1945, which Japanese city was the first to be attacked by an atomic bomb?
'Striped' and 'Spotted' are types of what African animal, known for its laughing cry?
What name was given to the writing system of ancient Egypt?
What word describes the 'Histories' in a series of Terry Deary children's books?
Which English king was killed at the Battle of Hastings?
Who won back-to-back Best Actor Oscars for 'Philadelphia' and 'Forrest Gump'?
Ophelia and Polonius are characters in what Shakespeare play?
What surname is shared by socialites Paris and Nicky?
The dish goulash originated in what country?
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