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Which NFL coach made his famous “You play to win the game!” rant?
What is the only country that has a coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf?
What song was remixed by Snoop Dog, and had an accompanying music video featuring a parody of Donald Trump being shot?
What is the only country to have won both the men’s and the women’s World Cup?
Ruling from 1644 to 1912, what was the last imperial dynasty of China?
What nickname is given to the October 29, 1929?
Who served as Prime Minister 1945-1951 between Winston Churchill’s two non-consecutive terms?
In October 2016, which country announced that it was leaving the Commonwealth of Nations?
The “Drake Equation” was designed to estimate the probability of what?
The twin-island country of Trinidad and Tobago is located just a few miles off the coast of which country?
What is the only non-European country to have (so far) taken part in every Summer Olympics games?
The term “apartheid” comes from the Afrikaans word for what?
Which graphic artist wrote “Watchmen,” “V for Vendetta,” and “Batman: The Killing Joke”?
The Bible takes its name from the Greek for what?
What was R.H. Bruce Lockhart’s bestselling 1932 book, chronicling his adventures as a British diplomat to Russia?
The criteria for joining the European Union is named after what capital city?
Longitudinal framing, also known as the Isherwood System, is a process used when building what?
In what year was the first Rose Bowl played?
What mollusk has three hearts and blue blood?
What is the name of the Las Vegas-based NHL team that will play their first league game in 2017?
In 1914, what ship’s sinking became the center of Canada’s worst maritime disaster?
Author John Reed is one of only two Americans to be buried where?
Following the “Miracle on Ice,” against the Soviets, the 1980 US Olympic hockey team won the gold after beating what country?
Jared Leto, who played the Joker in the 2016 film “Suicide Squad,” is the lead singer of what band?
Michael Strahan, the former co-host of “Live! With Kelly” spent his entire 15-year NFL career with what team?
Which Shakespeare work features the famous stage direction, “Exit, pursued by a bear”?
Route 66 is also named after which American performer?
Which 80s TV drama’s final episode concluded with the famous “Snowglobe Ending”?
Who co-wrote the 2010 bestselling nonfiction book “The Grand Design” with Leonard Mlodinow?
Jackie Robinson spent all 9 years of his career playing second base for what team?
Who is considered the “father of immunology,” after pioneering the first vaccine, which battled smallpox?
In Islam, 619 A.D. (approximately) is known as the “Year of…” what?
What is the term for the device in which a spool is attached to a hand crank?
Which country’s prime minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson resigned on April 5, 2016 following the release of the Panama Papers?
When the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship in 2016, it was the first time a Cleveland team won a championship since what year?
What is the belief that objects, plants, or animals are inhabited by spirits?
What phrase did Walter Cronkite use to sign off each episode of the CBS evening news?
Derek Waters is the creator of which American comedy series?
“Lapine” is a fictional language used in what children’s book?
After the Chicago Cubs won in 2016, which is now the MLB team to have gone the longest without winning a World Series?
In English-language books, the right page is known as the “recto.” What is the left page called?
What organization launched a 1991 attack on 10 Downing Street in an attempt to kill Prime Minister John Major?
In 1959, 12 nations signed a treaty forbidding the use of military operations or weapons storage where?
Actress Shirley Temple was ambassador to Czechoslovakia, and what African country?
What is the car-centric show that Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond started on Amazon in 2016?
The first stock exchange in the United States was opened in 1790 in what city?
The International Olympic Committee is based in Laussane, which is a city in what country?
What is the term for the indentation at the bottom of a wine bottle?
When Wilt Chamberlain famously scored 100 points in a single basketball game on March 2, 1962, who were the Philadelphia Warriors playing against?
Taken from the “Halo” video games, what is the name of the personal assistant offered on Microsoft products?

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