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The area behind the line of scrimmage is known as what?

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Answer: Backfield
The area behind the line of scrimmage, which usually consists of the quarterback and running backs, is called the backfield.

Medium

Which two are names of Santa's reindeer?

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Answer: Comet and Cupid
Santa has reindeer named Comet and Cupid.

Medium

What is the primary occupation of Ted Mosby, the protagonist from "How I Met Your Mother"?

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Answer: Architect
Ted Mosby is an architect and later in the series also becomes a professor of architecture.

Medium

What continent is the North Pole a part of?

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Answer: None
The North Pole is floating ice with no land underneath. It is part of the Arctic Circle, with various nations laying claim to it.

Hard

In what year was the McDonald's Happy Meal created?

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Answer: 1977
The Happy Meal, designed specifically for children, was originally fielded in 1977 and ultimately released nationwide in 1979.

Medium

In terms of population, what is the largest city in the United States?

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Answer: New York City
New York City is the most populous city in the whole of America. As of 2017, the city had a population of over 8 million.

Hard

The fear of Halloween is called?

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Answer: Samhainophobia
Samhainophobia refers to persistent and unusual fear of Halloween. Samhainophobians are usually aware of the fact that Halloween poses no danger or harm to them, yet still, they tend to dread the celebration.

Easy

Prolific actor Hank Azaria lends his voicing talents to which popular cartoon series?

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Answer: The Simpsons
Azaria has been voicing Simpson's characters since the show began in 1989, and for his efforts he has won four Emmys.



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