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

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What is the generic term for the 12 backmost teeth that adult humans have for grinding? 
What semi-soft Italian cheese that is often used on pizza is traditionally made with buffalo milk? 
What blood-sucking insect and disease-carrier comes from the Spanish for 'little fly'? 
What is a more common term for a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? 
What board game, first published by Parker Brothers in 1935, is based on real estate in Atlantic City? 
What is the name of Ross Geller's sister on Friends? 
In what system would SOS be dot-dot-dot dash-dash-dash dot-dot-dot? 
What empire was begun by Genghis Khan in 1206? 
What painting by Leonard da Vinci, also known as La Gioconda, was stolen from the Louvre in 1911? 
What country is home to the cites of Fez and Casablanca? 
Medium
What viscous edible product of sugar refining is referred to as black treacle by the British? 
Which Disney film features the voice of Dwayne Johnson as Maui? 
What is the capital of the US State of Alabama? 
What flavor infusion combines chocolate and strong coffee? 
What animal appears between goat and rooster in the Chinese zodiac? 
What famed Parisian cabaret was home to the can can and literally means 'red windmill'? 
What is the surname of Romeo in the Shakespearean play 'Romeo and Juliet'? 
What is the only James Bond film to have large portions of it that take place in space? 
What is the term for a rudimentary petrol bomb made in a bottle originating in Finland around 1939? 
What desert, the driest in North America, is home to Joshua trees and is mostly in California and Nevada? 
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What concept from physics is the product of mass and velocity and is represented by the letter p? 
What element with a name from the Greek for 'lead' is found on Group 6 on the periodic table between chromium and tungsten? 
What type of sculpture, pioneered by Alexander Calder, is made of suspended shapes and wires that can move in air currents? 
What powerful opiate drug is named after the Greek god of dreams? 
What kind of animal is Rikki-Tikki-Tavi in the Rudyard Kipling story? 
What city was once home to the Maroons (until 1947) and the Expos (until 2004)? 
What French playwright born Jean-Baptiste Poquelin created works such as 'Tartuffe' and 'The Misanthrope'? 
What TV show sitcom from the late 1990s starred R&B singer Brandy Norwood as its title character? 
What Aztec emperor was defeated by Hernán Cortés in 1520? 
What English musician rose to prominence as the lead singer of The Smiths in the 1980s? 

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