Miscellaneous Quiz / 30 Facts That Start with 'Y'

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Can you name the 30 answers (that all begin with 'Y') to these questions?

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What form of singing, involving repeated changes of pitch during a single note, originated in the Alps?
Which Chinese river is known as the Chang Jiang in its own language?
Serving from 1991 to 1999, who was the first President of Russia?
Said to live in the Himalayas, the Abominable Snowman is also known by what name?
In Japan, what unit of currency is equal to 100 sen?
In the 'Star Wars' films, Frank Oz provided the voice of what character?
'Y' is the chemical symbol for what element?
Which U.S. singer/songwriter is famous for his song parodies such as 'Eat it', 'White & Nerdy' and 'Amish Paradise'?
New York's two professional baseball teams are the Mets and which other?
What imperial unit of measurement is equal to 0.9144 metres?
Which Irish poet won the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature?
What Ivy League university is based in New Haven, Connecticut?
Donald Pleasence played Ernst Blofeld in what 1967 James Bond film?
'Old Faithful' is a geyser found in which U.S. National Park?
Which Norwegian comedy duo found fame in 2013 with the song 'The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)'?
What is the name of the dark force that opposes 'yang' in traditional Chinese philosophy?
Whitehorse is the capital of what Canadian territory?
Ranger Smith is the rival of which cartoon character?
A type of what microscopic fungus is used to make bread dough rise?
Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim founded what website in 2005?
'Young man, there's no need to feel down' is the first line of which Village People song?
Sana'a is the capital of what country?
What breed of dog, bred to catch rats, is named after a county in Northern England?
In 1947, who became the first man to officially break the sound barrier?
The words 'bagel', 'golem' and 'schnozzle' all derive from what language?
Edwin S. Lowe gave what game, played with five dice, its name?
Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia were all parts of what former country?
Often found in church graveyards, what trees belong to the Taxus genus?
'Scrambled Eggs' was the working title for what Beatles song?
In February 1945, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin met in what Crimean city?

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