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

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On which continent would you find the country of Togo? 
The members of what band were John, Paul, George and Ringo? 
Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, and Brett Hull are the three of the four greatest scorers in NHL history. What country are they all from? 
What is the largest and most famous city in the state of Nevada? 
After Rosaline, who was Romeo's love in the Shakespeare play? 
Name the Danish toy company that is named for the building blocks it makes. The name of the blocks and company come from the Danish to 'play well.' 
In 2010, James Cameron's Avatar became the highest grossing film of all time. Which other James Cameron movie did it knock off the top of that list? 
Many superheroes have sidekicks. Which superhero has Robin as a sidekick? 
In the business world, what do the letters NYSE stand for? 
What planet is closest to the sun? 
Which musical phenom is the basis of the musical and the play 'Amadeus?' 
An apiary is another name for the home of what insects? 
What is the official language spoken in Brazil? 
Name either of the US states that looks like a giant rectangle. 
What number is represented by the letter D in Roman numerals? 
What series of video games has subtitles including World at War, Black Ops and Modern Warfare? 
In Monopoly, what is the most expensive property to purchase in the American version? 
What singer of the viral song 'Friday' appeared in the video for Katy Perry's 'Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)?' 
An otolaryngologist is a doctor who treats people who have problems with their ears, noses, or what body part? 
In which series of horror movies are people terrorized by Michael Myers in a mask? 
Who is the current prime minister of the United Kingdom? 
What author wrote 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro' and 'The Old Man and the Sea?' 
What is the capital of Australia? 
'Pan's Labyrinth' takes place during what country's fascist regime in 1944? 
In 1776, Adam Smith became the first true economist when he published 'The Wealth of ____' What word fills in the blank in Smith's title? 
The IMF, the International Monetary Fund, is headquartered in what world capital? 
Auguste Rodin, the French sculptor, is probably most associated with this bronze or marble sculpture of a seated naked man. Name it. 
Until recently, this African country had an all-green flag. However, in August 2011 which country switched back to its previous flag after rebels gained control? 
What future English king won the Battle of Hastings in 1066 leading the Norman forces? 
The Pilsner Urquell, the oldest pilsner type beer manufactured in the world, is made in what present-day country? 

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