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The Australian $5 to $100 notes are composed of what material
Who wrote 'War & Peace'
This word describes the state of not being able to remember the word you want
This state requires pedestrians cross highways at night to wear tail lights
Most common name in the world
In a standard deck of cards, this King's suit is the only portrayed without a moustache
The meaning of karoake in Japanese
The season children grow the fastest
Number of credit cards per person in the U.S. (spell out number)
The little brother of Lucy and Linus from Peanuts
This country allows dueling between two parties as long as each are registered blood donors
This temperature is the same in Celsius as Farenheit
Known as the fear of teeth
International telephone dialing code for Antarctica
The original name of Mario from Super Mario Brothers
The largest number of children born from one woman
The name of the plastic things at the end of shoelaces
First person named as Time Magazine Man of the Year
Profession of Charlie Brown's father
Number found on the back of a 5 dollar bill in the bushes at the base of the Lincoln Memorial
The year Diet Coke was invented
Baby Ruth was named after which president's baby daughter
The only animal with 4 knees
Who produced the model T vehicle
Most favored day of the week for suicides
Only mammal that can't jump
In ancient Rome, it was considered a sign of leadership to be born with this

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