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"Ivan Susanin" was the Soviet era name for which of Mikhail Glinka's numerous works?

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Answer: "A Life for the Tsar"
Originally entitled "Ivan Susanin", Mikhail Glinka renamed the first of his two most-famous operas to "A Life for the Tsar" (1836) as a show of favor to Emperor Nicholas I who monitored the work while it was in progress and is said to have actually suggested the name change.

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What is the name of the train that carries students to Hogwarts School?

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Answer: Hogwarts Express
The Hogwarts Express runs from London's King's Cross Platform 9 3/4 to Hogsmeade Station.

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What is the only edible food that is said to never spoils?

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Answer: Honey
Due to its relatively-low levels of moisture and high levels of acidity, bacteria and microorganisms have a hard time making a permanent home out of honey.

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In a professional tour game in tennis, the chair umpire may call a point penalty upon?

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Answer: Second Violation
A second violation by a player in a tour match will result in the umpire calling or awarding a point penalty. After the second violation, all subsequent violations result in a game penalty.

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In what year was Michael Jackson featured as the halftime entertainment during the Super Bowl?

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Answer: 1993
Michael Jackson performed at halftime of Super Bowl XXVII in 1993, which was the first time the halftime show featured only one performer.

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When and where were the first commercial Christmas cards invented?

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Answer: London, 1843
The first commercial Christmas cards were sold in London in 1843.



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