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Bacchus is the Ancient Roman god of which beverage?

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Answer: Wine
Bacchus, better known by his other name Dionysus, was the Ancient Roman god of wine.

Medium

Who was the first player to win consecutive NBA MVP awards since Michael Jordan did it in 1991 and 1992?

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Answer: Tim Duncan
Tim Duncan replicated Jordan's amazing feat in 2002 and 2003. He achieved this brilliant feat after just five years of being drafted into the NBA.

Medium

Which Country won the Fed Cup consecutively, between 1976 and 1982?

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Answer: USA
The United States set a record in 1982 for being the first nation to lift the Fed Cup for 7 times in a row.

Hard

The red food-coloring carmine is extracted from which source?

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Answer: Beetles
Carmine is used in a variety of candies such as the Mars company's Skittles, and it takes 70,000 beetles to produce one pound of it!

Easy

What animal has the largest brain?

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Answer: Sperm Whale
The Sperm Whales brain weighs about 17 pounds, which is about five times the size of a human brain.

Easy

What does "ZIP" in "ZIP code" stand for?

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Answer: Zone Improvement Plan

Easy

Guido and his family are abducted from which country?

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Answer: Italy
Guido and his family are native to the Kingdom of Italy and are taken to an unnamed concentration camp, though it is widely regarded to be the infamous Auschwitz in Poland.

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Which city receives Valentine's Day cards annually addressed to the fictional "Juliet" of Shakespeare fame?

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Answer: Verona
Verona, Italy is the setting of William Shakespeare's timeless "Romeo and Juliet" (1595), and to this day the city still receives thousands of Valentine's addressed to "Juliet"!



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