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Can you answer these sets of four trivia questions and then figure out the themed student that goes in each set*?

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1. What social named Florence reformer and founder of the modern nursing movement earned the nickname “The Lady of the Lamp” during the Crimean War?
1. What fuzzy sweet fruit is also known as a Chinese Gooseberry?
1. What is the name of the exam that Hogwarts students take the end of their fifth year?
1. What is the role that Johnny Depp plays in 'The Pirates of the Caribbean' movies?
⇨ 1. Theme Student Name ⇦
2. What country has its capital city in Canberra?
2. What is the largest US state by area?
2. Who is the Greek goddess of wisdom whose Roman counterpart is Minerva?
2. What is the largest artery in the body?
⇨ 2. Theme Student Name ⇦
3. What edible is created by putting cream into a churn?
3. What breed of dog is Snoopy?
3. What is the name of a generic NHL player from Boston called?
3. What is the name of the girl at the center of the 'Twilight' love triangle with Jacob and Edward?
⇨ 3. Theme Student Name ⇦
4. What is the name of the Nike logo?
4. What was the name of Victoria Beckham née Adams in the Spice Girls?
4. What Apple computer shares its name with an actual apple?
4. What NBA player named Chris won two championships with Miami but played his first 7 years with the Raptors?
⇨ 4. Theme Student Name ⇦
5. What type of vehicle does Santa drive?
5. What pop band sang “How to Save a Life?”
5. What do you call a line with a single endpoint in geometry?
5. When traveling to Hawaii, what is the term for the garland of flowers they put around your neck?
⇨ 5. Theme Student Name ⇦
6. What object is made out of pulp, enamel and dentin?
6. What is the third theological virtue that goes with faith and hope?
6. What organ in the body features the tricuspid valve?
6. What number do you get when you evaluate this Roman numeral math (M-DCCXLIV)^(I/II)?
⇨ 6. Theme Student Name ⇦
7. What sport is played by Michelle Wie, Bubba Watson, and Tiger Woods?
7. What country has the second largest population in the world?
7. What is the name of the award given out by the Academy for Motion Picture Arts and Sciences?
7. What Argentinian dance usually features two people and sometimes a rose?
⇨ 7. Theme Student Name ⇦
8. What are these symbols (ə ə ə) that look like upside down e’s and make an unstressed generic vowel sound?
8. What US state has its capital city in Dover?
8. Which character on Friends had a twin named Ursula?
8. What unit is one-thousandth of a kilo?
⇨ 8. Theme Student Name ⇦
9. Who was the twin of Romulus, the cofounder of Rome?
9. What slang for a dollar is also a term for a male deer?
9. What first name in literature is shared by Jones, Sawyer, and Swift?
9. What Dickens character named Ebenezer has a famous change of heart over the course of the story?
⇨ 9. Theme Student Name ⇦
10. What do you call the accent that is on top of the e in crêpes?
10. What city is partnered with Concord in famed set of American Revolutionary War battles?
10. What is the term for a disorder that involves difficult in learning to read or interpret words or letters, but has no effect on general intelligence?
10. What type of number comes in the form a + bi?
⇨ 10. Theme Student Name ⇦
The students in this class (that fit the themes) are: Alexa, Alexes, Blake, Caroline, Charlie, Josh, Lark, Luis, Sam, Xay.

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