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What is the only sea on Earth with no coastline?

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Answer: Sargasso Sea
The Srgasso Sea is a region of the North Atlantic Ocean bounded by four currents.

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Who was the first player in NBA history to play in over 1,000 consecutive games?

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Answer: A.C. Green
A. C. Green only missed three games throughout his entire 15-year career and played in a record 1,192 of them consecutively.

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Select the odd name from the following list of Golfers:

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Answer: Brooks Koepka
Brooks Koepka is an American golf player, whereas all the other golfers are French internationals.

Medium

What bird is gifted to the singer on the third day in the song "12 Days of Christmas"?

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Answer: French hen
On the third day the singer's true love gave him "three French hens".

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While in the spirit world, what is Chihiro's name changed to in "Spirited Away"?

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Answer: Sen
Chihiro is renamed "Sen" by the witch Yubaba, who employs her services.

VeryHard

Who was the first African-American composer to have one of his works played by a major orchestra?

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Answer: William Grant Still
In 1931, William Grant Still's "Afro-African Symphony" was played by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, marking the first time a symphony composed by an African-American was played by a major orchestra. Five years later, Still would make history again by being the first African-American to conduct a major American orchestra (Los Angeles Philharmonic) during the 1936 Hollywood Bowl.

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Who played the role of Michael Corleone?

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Answer: Al Pacino
Al Pacino played Michael Corleone in his pre-Scarface days.

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Are the Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion the only churches which venerate St. Patrick?

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Answer: FALSE
The Lutheran Church and the Esatern Orthodox Church also venerate St. Patrick.

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Which state is the crime drama "the Sopranos" set in?

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Answer: New Jersey
There is an actual Sopranos Sites Tour where fans can visit locations in New Jersey associated with the television series.



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