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In the latter 19th century, which now-common Valentine's Day practice was considered bad luck?

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Answer: Signing cards
More information: Reportedly to this day some people still refuse to sign a Valentine's Day card using their own name.

Easy

What is the regulation height for a basketball hoop?

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Answer: 10 feet
More information: The goal of the game remains placed at 10 feet (3.05m) above the court since the original invention of the game in late 1891.

Medium

"V-Bucks" are the in-game currency for which famous videogame franchise?

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Answer: Fortnite
More information: As of December 2018, players of "Fortnite" collectively spend $200 million on V-Bucks monthly.

Hard

An automatic progression by a player to the next stage of a tennis tournament is called?

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Answer: Bye
More information: Bye is a term used in tennis to refer to a situation where a player advances to the subsequent stage in a tournament without having to play an opponent. This situation usually occurs in the 1st round of a tennis tournament, and it is often awarded to top-seeded contestants.

Medium

In "Vikings", which of the following animals did Ragnar Sigurdsson have to kill in order to gain Lagertha's hand in marriage?

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Answer: Hound
More information: In addition to defeating a bear, Ragnar also had to subdue a large hound with his bare hands before gaining Lagertha's hand in marriage.

Easy

"All Shook Up" is a song that topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1957. Who was the singer?

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Answer: Elvis Presley
More information: Elvis Presley was known as "The King of Rock and Roll" and had other famous songs like, "Can't Help Falling in Love" and "Heartbreak Hotel".

Easy

In the game of golf, the iconic "Green Jacket" is presented to the winner of which championship?

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Answer: Masters Tournament
More information: The "Green Jacket" is awarded to the winner of the Masters Tournament.

Hard

Which NFL player later went on to become a US Supreme Court Judge?

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Answer: Byron White
More information: Byron "Whizzer" White (1917-2002), a runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 1937, was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1962 to 1993.

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Who was Abraham's second wife?

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Answer: Keturah
More information: According to Genesis 2:15, Abraham's second wife was Keturah.



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