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What museum's collections include Bosch's 'Garden of Earthly Delights', and Caravaggio's 'David and Goliath', among others
Between 1971 to 1985, he created over 240 paintings and drawings of Helga Testorf
This casino card game is played between two hands (the player and banker) and is almost always played in the 'punto banco' variety
Sometimes it's sambuca or brandy, but what is the usual liquor used in a caffè corretto
What military strategy avoids battles, and opts instead for skirmishes to cause attrition, disrupt supply, and affect morale
This 31 BC battle saw Octavian consolidate Rome and its dominions, the end of the Roman Republic and the start of the Roman Empire
This 52 BC battle was the last major engagement of the Gauls and Romans, ending Gallic independence in France and Belgium
This battle, likely the largest chariot battle ever fought, took place between Egypt under Ramesses II and the Hittites under Muwatalli II
What WWII battle and ensuing Death March saw the Japanese army forcing a ~100 km march of American and Filipino prisoners of war
Sonni Ali established Gao as the empire's capital, dominating western Sahel in the 15th-16th C. Other important cities: Timbuktu and Djenné
The Blue Nile begins in this lake, the largest in Ethiopia
This African Great Lake is also known as Lake Nyasa
Of the three principal geographic divisions of the Philippines, which one is named after an archipelago and not a single large island
Not including continental land masses, this is the largest island wholly within the Southern Hemisphere
Whose constant, 6.62607004 × 10-34 m2 kg / s, is denoted by the letter H
Diamond, graphite, graphene, and fullerene, are these of carbon
This is the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation, originally the study of visible light dispersed by a prism
All of the petals of a flower together are called this
The ovary, style and stigma comprise what part of a flower. One or more of these parts make up the gynoecium
Conifers and cypresses are found in this plant group, the name of which means 'naked seed'
This is the subject studied in phycology
This branch of botany revolves around the study of mosses, liverworts and hornworts
This gland produces melatonin in humans
The principal industrial means of refining bauxite to produce alumina is named after this chemist, who developed the process
This major industrial process for smelting aluminum happens at over 900°C and produces 99.5-99.8% pure aluminum
Whose greatest achievement is statistical mechanics, which explains and predicts how properties of atoms determine physical properties of matter
The SS Great Western (1838), SS Great Britain (1843) and the SS Great Eastern (1859) were built and designed by whom
Who is the leader of the gang of juvenile pickpockets in Dicken's Oliver Twist, and the primary antagonist of the story
The title character of what Ibsen play is a priest deeply bound to do the 'right thing' uncompromisingly, rendering him lonely
He wrote 'Terre des hommes' (Wind, Sand, and Stars in English) and 'Le Petit Prince' and the largest airport in Lyon is named after him

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