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Can you name the answers to these general trivia questions intended for a college audience?

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Which country of the world has the largest population? 
The tides that occur on earth are due to the gravity of what object? 
The Tour de France is an annual competition that has occurred every year since 1903 in what sport? 
Name a US state that contains the word South. 
What author wrote the Harry Potter books? 
The rapper Marshall Mathers derived his stage name from his initials. Who is he better known as? 
Tony the Tiger is the mascot for what breakfast cereal? 
What brand of sodas make up over 40% of the US sales of carbonated beverages? 
This American golfer is only three major tournaments away from tying Jack Nicklaus' 18 wins. Name him. 
Honshu and Hokkaido are two of the large islands that make up what country? 
What is a baby kangaroo called? 
What bowed orchestral stringed instrument is in between the size of a viola and a bass? 
What 1994 movie, starring Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves is about a bus that cannot go below 50 miles per hour? 
What actor appeared in all of these films: Apollo 13, Big, and Angels and Demons? 
In music, a note on sheet music can be designated as a natural, sharp or what third type of note? 
This US retailer based in Arkansas is the largest corporation in the world. Name it. 
What author wrote 'A Tale of Two Cities,' the novel that has sold more copies than any other in history? 
All of the main interstate highways in the United States that run from the East Coast to the West Coast end in what number? 
The Dalai Lama is a religious leader in what religion? 
Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet? 
In 2011, in July, a new country was formed in Africa and immediately became a member of the United Nations. Name it. 
From the French meaning 'on equal terms,' what two word phrase is used for a foreigner who comes to another country to take care of people's children? 
What is the name of the largest artery in the human body? 
What is the past tense of the English verb forgo? 
This Brazilian football star was born Edson Arantes do Nascimento. By what name is he better known? 
Peter Roget created what type of reference book, that was released in 1852 with 15,000 words in it? 
Vasco Núñez de Balboa led the first European expedition to reach this body of water. Name it. 
New York city is broken into 5 subareas: Manhattan, Staten Island, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens. What are these regions called? 
What is the sequel to the movie Alien? 
Charleston is the capital city of which US state? 

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