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Almost Useless Trivia IX
Can you name the answers to these 30 general knowledge questions?
Updated Feb 23, 2015
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More Useless Trivia:
What search engine is a homophone of the number 1 followed by 100 zeroes?
What is the largest province of Canada?
What is the capital of Spain?
What US state did George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and John Tyler hail from?
Who wrote the books 'Little Women' and 'Jo's Boys'?
Which of Snow White's dwarf friends starts with the letter 'B'?
Which famous band had albums entitled 'Abbey Road,' 'Help!' and 'Let It Be'?
What is the symbol for the chemical element antimony?
What number is huit in French but ocho in Spanish?
What German Baroque composer penned the Brandenburg Concertos?
In what month is Guy Fawkes day?
On what temperature scale are the boiling and freezing points of water 100° and 0°?
Which MLB player holds the record for career home runs with 762?
What word follows Manchester, West Ham and Newcastle in English Premier League teams?
What TV series had characters named Kirk, Spock, Sulu and Uhura?
What double-reed musical instrument used to be called a hautbois?
What female pop singer had #1 hits with 'Shake It Off' and 'Blank Space'?
What is the only country to begin with the letter 'O'?
What weeklong African culture celebration always begins on December 26th?
What biblical ark builder's name was the most popular baby name in the US in 2013?
What does the 'S' in NASA stand for?
What 1961 Disney movie's villain is Cruella de Vil?
Which British Prime Minister's last name can be rearranged to spell ROMANCE?
What TV sitcom featured an actor, a chef, a paleontologist, a masseuse, a barista and Chandler?
What do you call a 6-sided geometric figure?
What science TV show was hosted by Carl Sagan or more recently by Neil deGrasse Tyson?
Which continent has the most countries on it?
What is the colorful secret identity of Oliver Queen?
What is the name of either of the two long bones in the human forearm?
Which Shakespearean tragic king has three daughters named Cordelia, Regan and Goneril?
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