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

Quiz Updated Jun 3, 2015

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Which black and orange bird is also the baseball team mascot for the Baltimore MLB team? 
What division of General Motors is known for models such at the Cavalier, Camaro, Tahoe and Impala? 
What name is shared by three French emperors, the first and most famed of whom fought in many wars, was exiled twice and died on St. Helena? 
In the visible spectrum, what color of light has the highest energy? 
What do you call a mixture of mashed avocado that has at a minimum lime juice and onions added to it? 
What 10-letter word is used to describe those who are not yet emotionally or physically mature enough to be adults? 
What is the general name for a mixture of two languages, that is often associated with the culture, food, and language of Louisiana? 
What is the term for a salad made of raw chopped cabbage? 
What is the name of a young (larval) form of an amphibian, such as a toad or a frog? 
Which native American tribe, known for resisting expulsion from the state of Florida in the 19th century, lends its name to the team for Florida State? 
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What Spanish city, famed for its sword making, is the namesake of the 4th largest city in Ohio? 
What medical condition is characterized by brief attacks of deep sleep, often occurring uncontrollably? 
What intestinal infection, caused by poor sanitation, affects nearly 5 million people a year and is found in a Gabriel García Márquez title? 
Who was the second wife of Henry VIII, who bore to him Elizabeth I, but was eventually beheaded? 
What is the chemistry term for a collection of two or more atoms covalently bonded together? 
What senator from Kansas lost national elections twice as Gerald Ford's VP in 1976 and as the GOP nominee against Bill Clinton in 1996? 
What steroid and precursor to many human hormones has both 'good' and 'bad' forms that are measured by HDL and LDL levels? 
What material, which is made of polymerized oils and pigments on a backing, is often used in flooring of kitchens? 
What tall flower-wreathed structure is central for dancing and sports on a celebration that follows the last day of April? 
What term for linguistic excessive exaggeration is exemplified by phrases such as 'mile-high ice cream cones'? 
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What English poet is most noted for 'Kubla Khan' and 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'? 
What name is shared by a famed Greco-Egyptian astronomer and mathematician and an Egyptian royal family that included Cleopatra? 
Which British statesman, also known as the first Earl of Orford, was the first Prime Minister of Great Britain? 
What synthetic fat substitute, which was often used to produce low-calorie fried foods like potato chips, lost favor due to ill digestive side effects? 
What common Italian dish is a hardened mush made by cooking down corn meal, and then cutting it into pieces? 
What famous one-movement musical piece by Ravel shares its name with a genre of slow tempo Latin music? 
What single word is used to describe the set of numbers (0, 1, 2, 3 …) that is 0 plus the natural numbers? 
What creature from Hebrew folklore is a protective automated figure of clay and shares its name with a Gen 1 Pokémon? 
What is the name for a cavity or vesicle inside the cytoplasm of a cell that just contains fluid? 
What 11-letter term is used to describe the labor class, usually the lowest class in the society which has only its labor to offer to an industrialized society? 

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