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At what city did King Henry IV of Germany submit on his knees to the authority of Pope Gregory VII in 1073?
Canossa
A9543B represents a six-digit number in which A and B are digits different from each other. The number is divisible by 11 and also by 8. What digit does A represent?
A=7
A Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass gives an insider's view of which nineteenth-century social problem?
Slavery

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Currently causing something of a stir in the US, Curtis Sittenfeld American Wife follows the relationship between Alice and Charlie Blackwell, ciphers for which presidential couple?
Laura and George W. Bush

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How long has Fidel Castro ruled Cuba?
45 years
How many days are there in a 400 year period (Gregorian cycle)?
146,097
In 1899 who gave Dreyfus a pardon?
President
John Wayne airport is in which American City?
Los Angeles
King Mongkut is known as the Father of Modern __?
Thailand
London Calling was, according to 'Rolling Stone Magazine' and the critics, the best album of
The Clash
Most famous for comparing the gold standard to the Crucifixion, this populist ran for the US Presidency three times, losing to William McKinley (twice) and William Howard Taft.
William Jennings Bryan
Name the longest rivers in the world.
Nile

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Perfume- What percentage of fragranced product ingredients are petroleum based?
80 - 90%

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Shakespear's twelfth night is what type of work?
comedy
The Aztec capital was founded around 1325 in central Mexico and was called what?
Tenochtitlan
The Muslim League was established in 1906 in India as a result of the decision by the British to partition which province?
Bengal
The brightness of light depends on it's
Amplitude
The first Olympic games of ancient Greece were played in what god's honor?
Zeus
The President during the American Civil War was who?
Abraham Lincoln
Traditionally, which of the following animals has NOT been used for milking?
Pig
There is one pretty purple flower that does not belong in your salad, it's very poisonous. Which flower is it?
Wisteria
This craft may use different shapes of cut glass that vary in colors to create a picture of some kind. The end result could be a lamp, a window, or many other things. What craft is this?
stained glass
This huge landmark is the highest mountain in western Europe, it is also the highest mountain in the Alps. What is this colorfully named mountain called?
Mont Blanc

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W.G.Grace captained England at what two sports?
Cricket and Bowls
Wine - What is the alcohol content of natural or table wines?
8 - 14%
What is calligraphy?
A handwritting art form
What is the name of the goddess of hearth?
Hestia
What year was the Olympic Games first televised?
1956
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
(di)Nitrogen
What country was the first World Cup of football(soccer) in 1930?
Uruguay
What Greek philosopher taught his students by asking questions and later died of Hemlock poisoning?
Socrates
What was the name of Istanbul before its capture by the Turks?
Constantinople
What decade was the first tour de fance?
1900
What is the largest river in France?
Lore
What element has "H" for symbol?
Hydrogen
What region includes states like Oklahoma, Indiana, and Kansas?
Midwest
What is the capital city of Newfoundland, Canada?
St. John's
What is 4 ft 8 inches in Meters?
1.42 Meters
What was the most populous tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy?
Seneca
What is the distance of both a short course and Olympic size pool?
25 and 50 Meters
Where is the worlds largest bell located?
Moscow
Which pioneering video/arcade game company began by making traditional playing cards called 'hanafunda' with flowers on them?
Nintendo
Which of these Pokemon versions was released first?
Blue
Which of these modern-day ares did Rome not completely conquer?
Germany
Which of the following is not a component of the Federation of Malaysia?
Acheh
Which region was France forced to cede to Germany in wake of its defeat in 1871?
Alsace-Lorraine
Which musical matches these keywords: Joseph, Jennie, Emily?
Allegro
Which ocean goes to the deepest depths?
Pacific Ocean
Which tennis player was runner up in the men's singles final at Wimbledon in both 2000 and 2001?
Pat Rafter
Which Space mission was described by James Lovell and Neil Armstrong as 'The most significant in the history of US spaceflight'?
Apollo 8
Which American writer won the Nobel Prize in 1930?
Sinclair Lewis
Which kind of salt is best for cheese making?
Kosher Salt
Which is the tenor who has represented more opera roles in history?
Enrico Caruso
Which extra solar planet is currently known as orbiting a brown dwarf?
2M1207B
Which city is also known as the 'City of Canals'?
Venice
Which famous physicist wrote a book called 'A Brief History of Time'?
Stephen Hawking
Which country is bigger than Canada (Geographically)?
Russia
Who is the current President of Mexico? He was elected in 2000, breaking the seven-decade monopoly of Institutional Revolutionary Party on Mexico's government.
Vicente Fox
Who was surnamed the 'Father of History'?
Herodotus
Who starred in the b movie classic 'Deadly Weapons'?
Chesty Mogan
Who wrote 'The American Way of Death'?
Jessica Mitford
Who was England's top wicket taker during the 1992 Cricket World Cup?
Ian Botham
Who is held to have christianized Axum (Ethiopia)?
King Ezana
Why do athletes use powder for some sports events?
To reduce slipping

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