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What does the "N" stand for in NATO?

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Answer: North
NATO stand for North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

Hard

In what country was April Fool's Day formerly known as Huntigowk Day?

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Answer: Scotland
Huntigowk or "Hunt the Gowk", with gowk referring to a foolish person, is how April Fool's Day was formerly referred to in Scotland.

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The title role of the 1900's movie, "Pretty Woman", was played by which actress?

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Answer: Julia Roberts
"Pretty Woman" is about a prostitute and a wealthy businessman who fall for one another, forming an unlikely pair. Julia Roberts lover was played by Richard Gere.

Medium

What is a group of stars called?

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Answer: Galaxy
A collection of stars is referred to as a galaxy.

Medium

How many PGA Championships did Gene Sarazen win?

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Answer: 3
Sarazen won 1922, 1923, and the 1933 PGA Championships to bring his total victories in the tournament to 3.

Hard

In Scotland, 2 April is referred to as Taily Day, a sequel to April Fool's Day. On this day, jokes traditionally involve what?

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Answer: Buttocks
Taily Day, in which jokes are perpetrated involving the buttocks, is believed to be the origin of the ubiquitous 'kick me' signs.

Easy

What colorful body of water separates Saudi Arabia from Africa?

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Answer: Red Sea
a total of nine countries share the shoreline of the Red Sea, including Saudi Arabia and Africa.

Medium

Pokémon was originally released on which videogame console?

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Answer: Gameboy
Pokémon came out for the Game Boy in 1996, and the series has continued in every generation of Nintendo handhelds, as well as various other consoles, since.

Hard

After his crucifixion, who takes down the body of Jesus Christ off the cross of Calvary?

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Answer: Joseph of Arimathea
Joseph of Arimathea took down Christ's body and was responsible for the burial.



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