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#202: The mouth of the Statue of Liberty is how many feet wide?
#180: In 1956, the first VCR was made, and was the size of what musical instrument?
#138: Coffee is grown in just one state in the US. Which one?
#156: The water in all the swimming pools in the US would be enough to cover what Californian city?
#186: A 'flyer' is the term for what female animal?
#163: What was the motto of the very first penny?
#159: What TV show was the first to be put into reruns?
#153: What was the speed limit in New York City in 1895?
#169: What was the first human-made object to break the sound barrier?
#177: Where were the first sailing boats made?
#20: What is the only vegetable that is also a flower?
#150: In 1894, this sport was the first to be filmed.
#279: What country has the longest coastline in the world?
#176: The hobbyhorse was the name of the first of what invention?
#266: Manhattan is the only borough in New York City without what street?
#329: Fill in the blank: In 1896, the world's first ______ was built in Coney Island, NY.
#94: What exercise do lizards do to communicate?
#314: What does the Japanese word 'judo' mean in English?
#400: About 80 women go into labor on these every year in New York City.
#144: This state is the only state that permits residence to cast absentee ballots from space?
#119: What is the only bird that can fly backwards?
#135: How many pounds of coffee beans are produced by a single coffee tree per year?
#117: What is the only animal that can turn its stomach inside out?
#143: What is the only letter that does not appear in any state's name?
#147: What country should you visit to see the sun rise on the Pacific and set in the Atlantic?
#175: In 1634, this flower's bulb was used as currency in Holland.
#374: What inventor coined the word 'hello' as a way to answer the phone?
#83: The number 'Googol' is a one followed by how many zeroes?
#130: Humans and what animal are the only animals with unique fingerprints?
#137: Los Angeles has 3 times more automobiles than what?
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