White-Themed Trivia

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In 1937, Snow White became the first princess of which company?Entertainment
The white pieces always move first in this board game, which generally ends in a checkmate?Gaming
In which British town will you find the famed 'White Cliffs'?Geography
The White Army unsuccessfully fought the Bolsheviks during what conflict?History
A white elephant is a gift exchange game often played around this holiday?Holiday
Chardonnay and Riesling are white varieties of which beverage?Just For Fun
'Blanc,' 'blanco,' and 'bianco' are translations of 'white' in what language group?Language
What female literary character followed the white rabbit?Literature
In war, what does a white flag represent?Miscellaneous
Mrs. White was portrayed by which comedic actress in the 1985 film, 'Clue'?Movies
'White Wedding' & 'Rebel Yell' are songs by which English musician?Music
In taoism, what does white represent?Religion
A white dwarf is the stellar remnant of what type of astronomical object?Science
The Chicago White Sox are members of which MLB league?Sports
Bryan Cranston portrayed protagonist Walter White on which AMC drama?Television

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