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Opened in Dubai in 2009 and standing at 2,700+ feet, what is the tallest building in the world? Burj Khalifa
85.7%
Where in the body would you find the rotator cuff? Shoulder
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Which ancient civilization built the ruins of Machu Pichu in Peru? Inca
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Central Perk is a coffee shop in what famous sitcom? Friends
85.7%
On June 28, 1997, whose ear did Mike Tyson partially bite off during the famous “Sound and the Fury” fight? Evander Holyfield
71.4%
Which of Japan’s main islands is the largest, and includes the cities Tokyo, Kyoto, Kobe, and Hiroshima? Honshu
71.4%
Hadrian’s Wall stretched from one side to the other of what island? Britain
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What type of tree loses its leaves seasonally? Deciduous
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In 1980, the World Health Organization declared that what disease was eradicated? Smallpox
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In 2016, which country’s monarch died after serving for seventy years? Thailand
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Mario Puzo wrote the screenplay for which superhero movie? Superman
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What is the real name of musician Sting? Gordon Sumner
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In June 2016, which company spent $26.2 billion to buy the website LinkedIn? Microsoft
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Considered sacred by the Incas, Lake Titicaca straddles the border between Peru and what other country? Bolivia
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What city were the Olympics games being held in when Enriqueta Basilio became the first woman to light the cauldron in 1968? Mexico City
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Which modern artist had a studio known as “The Factory”? Andy Warhol
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What Siberian lake, the deepest in the world, contains about one-fifth of the world’s unfrozen freshwater reserves? Lake Baikal
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The Great Dividing Range is the longest range of mountains in what country? Australia
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Due to producing many of their albums, who is nicknamed “The Fifth Beatle”? George Martin
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What do the initials mean in the name of the Irish poet W.B. Yeats? William Butler
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What currency was established with the 1992 Treaty of Maastricht? Euro
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The Nile River flows into what body of water? Mediterranean Sea
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Which Germanic group ruled a kingdom in North Africa, and sacked Rome in 455 AD? Vandals
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“Ode to Joy” comes near the end of which of Beethoven’s symphonies? Ninth
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The 2015 film “Bridge of Spies” refers to a bridge in what city? Berlin
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On May 15, 1969, “Bloody Thursday,” became the most violent day in the history of what University of California campus? Berkeley
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Who wrote the 1988 book “Silence of the Lambs”?Thomas Harris
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Bruce Springsteen won a Grammy and an Oscar for the song “Streets of” what? Philadelphia
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A total of eight arms and legs are seen in which famous drawing by Da Vinci? Vitruvian Man
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A ballot filled out according to the order of names listed is a what ‘vote’? Donkey
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Which famous actor was nicknamed “The King of Cool”? Steve McQueen
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In 2017, which country won Eurovision for the first time? Portugal
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In May 1974, India’s first successful nuclear bomb test was given the code name Smiling…what? Buddha
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Lasting from November 1939 to March 1940, the Winter War saw Russia pitted against which country? Finland
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Which capital city is built across 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges? Stockholm
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In 1990, whose painting, “Portrait of Dr. Gachet” was sold for a then-record of $82.5 million?Vincent van Gogh
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“Korobeiniki,” a 19th century Russian folk song about a merchant and a girl trying to strike a deal, is considered the theme to what video game? Tetris
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What name is given to the line of longitude defined as zero degrees? Prime Meridian
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What term for incontrovertible evidence is taken from the Sherlock Holmes short story “The Adventure of the Gloria Scott”? Smoking gun
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Elton John shares his name with which mythical figure? Hercules
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Rakugo is a Japanese method of doing what? Storytelling
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Which fairy tale did Charles Perrault write in 1697? Puss In Boots
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Released in 2012, “The Wind Through the Keyhole” is the eighth and most recent installment in what famous book series? The Dark Tower
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What is the zip code to the White House? 20500
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Which entrepreneur launched “Student” magazine in 1968? Richard Branson
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In Norse mythology, what was the name of Odin’s spear? Gungnir
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CG, CA, IC, and CC are all classifications of what natural phenomenon? Lightning
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What was the last name of Malcolm X? Little
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In 2007, the UNESCO Memory of the World Register deemed what 1906 Australian movie to be the world’s first feature film?The Story of the Kelly Gang
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What is the name of the vertical bar separating panes of glass in a window? Mullion
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