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Name one of the Great Lakes
What is the only country that borders Canada
Michael Jordan is in the Hall of Fame for what sport
What city hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896
What is the largest planet in the solar system
Who wrote 'Romeo and Juliet'
Name one of Disney's seven dwarfs
What is the most populous country in South America
What woman has tall, blue hair on the TV show 'The Simpsons'
What is the first book in the Harry Potter series
In video games, what type a creature is Pikachu
Name one of the two MLB baseball teams in New York
'Yellow Submarine' is a song by what famous music group
What is the capital of the U.S. state Arizona
What does the chat acronym 'FTW' stand for
What element on the Periodic Table was an atomic number of 1
What is the SI unit for mass
Who is the Greek god of the sea
'That was easy,' is an advertising slogan for what company
What is the first Monopoly property from the 'Go' Space (U.S.)
Who was the U.S. President at the time of Apollo 11
Who wrote the books series 'The Series of Unfortunate Events'
What type of triangle has no congruent sides
Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada
What is the most common word in the English language
What is the capital and largest city of Indonesia
What U.S. federal holiday takes place on the second Monday in October
Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute are characters on what TV show
What is the birthstone for July
What country has the world's most internet users
'Spirit Tracks' and 'Twilight Princess' are part of what game franchise
What is the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet
The Wyoming Cowboys are in what NCAA Division I conference
Who won the 2008 AL Cy Young Award in baseball
How many official languages does the United Nations have
What is 'green' in French
Who succeeded Augustus as the emperor of Rome
What tennis player has the most career ATP #1 rankings
Who has had the most U.K. #1 singles (songs)
Who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary
What is the scientific name for a wolf
'Sweep the Leg' is a quote from what movie
Miranda and Puck are moons of what planet
What astronaut flew on Mercury 7
What baseball player has hit the most all-time home runs for the Detroit Tigers
What country won the first World Cup (soccer)
What U.S. state is Marshall University located in
What is the third-largest city in Illinois
Who played Dorothy's role in the 1939 film of 'The Wizard of Oz'
Who won the sixth season of American Idol
What is the fastest roller coaster in North America
What does the obscure chat acronym 'DIKU' stand for
Who is the only U.S. president to be born on July 4th
What is the third-largest city in Russia
What is the German word for 'Century'
What is the term for a baby Platypus
What is the University of Albany's athletics team name
How many U.S. states do not have a sales tax
Who is the third-wealthiest person in the United States
What is the first Monopoly property from the 'Go' Space (U.K.)
What is the lone Mattel Game in the GAMES Hall of Fame
What country is the world's leading cocoa bean producer
What Shakespeare character has the most lines
Who won the Tour de France in 1998
How many MLB players have thrown multiple no-hitters
What is the tenth letter of the Greek alphabet
What Ellen Raskin novel won the 1979 Newbery Award
Who is the host of the NPR show 'Fresh Air'
What was the 97th most popular girl name of the 2000s
What was the first team that Kenny Lofton played for
What element has the symbol 'Pr'
What was the name of the first ever episode of 'LOST'
What river does Santiago, Chile sit on
How many states does India have
What 'phobia' word is used to call the fear of clowns
What Japanese emporer died on January 7, 1989
Who won the Kentucky Derby in 1968
What U.S. state was admitted to the Union on December 14, 1819
Who is the current Classical World Chess champion
On what planet would a 160-pound man weigh 180 pounds
What Irish author wrote 'The Minstrel Boy'
What is the third-most common Japanese surname
According to 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,' What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything
What Catholic Pope reigned during the years from 1513-1521
What is the 12th-most populated country in the world
What does the computer acronym 'ASP' stand for
What is the Italian word for 'goat'
Who founded the American colony of New Hampshire
What movie did Steven Spielberg direct in 2004
Who was the Time Person of the Year in 1970
Porto dos Casais is the former name of what city
What XBox 360 Banjo-Kazooie word is first alphabetically
What is the fifth-most used web browser, according to MarketShare
Exactly how many MLB players were listed in the Mitchell Report
What country has the sixth-largest pig population
What was the name of Jimi Hendrix's final tour
Exactly how many career pitching wins does Tom Seaver have
What is the largest solar system object that begins with the letter Y'
What was the 33rd-most populous U.S. city in 1900

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