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

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What chemical element has the symbol Au? 
What ball and bat game is played with 11 players and parts of the pitch are called a crease and a wicket? 
Russell Brand was married to this singer of 'California Gurls' and 'I Kissed a Girl.' Name her. 
According to Peter, Paul and Mary, what kind of magic creature was Puff? 
What television family has Maggie, Lisa and Bart as children? 
Name the river, the longest in the world, which has a Blue and a White tributary. 
What is the length of a marathon, to the nearest mile? 
In the US, the Packers, the Dolphins, and the Cowboys all play what sport? 
The term spaghetti western refers to movies made by Sergio Leone and his followers, because nearly all of the western films of this era were directed or produced by people from what country? 
What artist painted both 'The Madonna of the Rocks' and the 'Mona Lisa'? 
What US car company controls the brands of Buick, Chevrolet, and Cadillac? 
Ivan Pavlov, the famous Russian physiologist, won a Nobel Prize and made great strides in conditioned reflexes. What animals did he do his studies on? 
What martial art is named after the Japanese phrase for 'open or empty hand?' 
The United States has several territories, including what Caribbean island with its capital at San Juan? 
What master of suspense directed 'Rear Window,' 'Psycho,' 'North by Northwest' and 'Vertigo?' 
Which gas makes up almost 79% percent of earth's atmosphere? 
What sea is between southern Europe and northern Africa? 
This queen's reign is longer than any other English or British monarch except for Queen Elizabeth II. Name her. 
What was the subtitle for the third and Oscar-winning Lord of the Rings movie? 
A husband and wife pair of writers separately penned poems like 'Ode to the West Wind' and the novel 'Frankenstein.' What last name did they share? 
El Al is the national airline of what country? 
What is the name of the mountain range that separates France from Spain? 
This German dog literally means a badger hound, and is sometimes called a wiener dog. Spell this dog, pronounced as 'docks-hunned.' 
Zeus is the chief god in the Greek pantheon. What is his Roman equivalent? 
This female singer has more solo number 1 songs than any other artist. Can you name this woman who has had hits with 'Touch My Body' and 'Hero?' 
In the X-Men movies, Patrick Stewart played this character, but his younger version was played by James McAvoy in 'X-Men: First Class.' Name this character. 
What quantity, measured in Newtons, is found in physics by multiplying mass times acceleration? 
What famous child psychologist and pediatrician shares a last name with the Vulcan first officer on the USS Enterprise? 
Ouch, whoa, hmm, and oh are all what parts of speech? 
The United Nations controls the International Court of Justice. In what country is the ICJ headquartered? 

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