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Sicily is the largest island in which sea?

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Answer: Mediterranean Sea
Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, is close to the coast of Italy. Sicily has rich history, like the Valley of the Temples and well preserved ruins.

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The first Australian tennis player to win the Wimbledon Championship was known as?

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Answer: Brookes
In the year 1907, Brookes became the first Australian to win the Wimbledon title. His triumph also meant that he was the first non-British to ever win the title.

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The concept of promoting and measuring an entire locality's happiness level is known as what?

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Answer: Gross National Happiness
The Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan is responsible for this development - Gross National Happiness - which has been adopted in various countries and cities around the world and laid the foundation for the International Day of Happiness.

Easy

In 2006, a star from which sitcom was blacklisted due to going on a racist tirade?

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Answer: Seinfeld
Michael Richards, who plays the unforgettable Cosmo Kramer of "Seinfeld" fame, unfortunately couldn't control his emotions during a standup routine in Los Angeles, and that outburst pretty much ended his Hollywood career.

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Which NFL legend also went on to win a season of "Dancing with the Stars"?

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Answer: Emmitt Smith
Peerless retired running back Emmitt Smith, alongside professional dancer Cheryl Burke, won season three of "Dancing with the Stars".

Medium

Which publishing company was behind the "World of Warcraft" comic book that ran from 2007 to 2009?

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Answer: DC Comics
The "World of Warcraft" was published by WildStorm, an imprint of DC Comics.

Easy

NBA star Luis Scola helped lead which country to the Olympic gold medal in basketball in 2004?

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Answer: Argentina
The 2004 Argentinian basketball team, which was headlined by NBA star Manu Ginóbili in addition to Luis Scola, upset the United States and won the gold medal.

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Which NBA player prematurely and suddenly retired in 1991 after learning he contracted the HIV virus?

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Answer: Magic Johnson
NBA legend Magic Johnson called it quits after only 12 seasons due to testing positive for HIV. However he did make a brief comeback during the 1995-96 season.

Easy

What day is Christmas officially held on?

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Answer: December 25th
Christmas is held annually, worldwide, on December 25th.

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What breed of dog's evidence is first legally admissible in court?

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Answer: Bloodhound
The Bloodhound is the first breed of dog that's evidence is legally admissible in some U.S. courts. A Bloodhound's nose is has 40 times the number of olfactory cells than humans do, which is your "scent receptors".

VeryHard

In 2015, which company held an unbelievable "April Fool's Day Special" many believed was a prank but wasn't?

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Answer: BMW
In 2015, a BMW dealership in New Zealand advertised an "April Fools Day Special" which promised to swap a new car for old model to the first person who brought one in, along with the coupon. A woman named Tianna Marsh responded to the ad and walked away with a new, £25,000 BMW saloon car in place of her 15-year old Nissan!

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What is the medical term for low blood sugar?

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Answer: Hypoglycemia
Hypoglycemia is low blood sugar, which is the body's main source of energy.

Medium

In what section of the prison does Andy serve as an assistant in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"?

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Answer: Library
Andy cooks up most of his escape ideas while serving as an assistant to Brook in the library.

Medium

How much did Judas Iscariot receive for betraying Jesus Christ?

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Answer: 30 pieces of silver
Judas got 30 pieces of silver after betraying Jesus Christ.

Easy

What type of footwear is symbolically associated with Christmas?

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Answer: Stockings
Stockings are commonly associated with Christmas.

Hard

When was the first time that the American city of Chicago dyed the famous Chicago River green in commemoration of Saint Patrick's Day?

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Answer: 1962
1962 was the first time that the city of Chicago in the United States dyed the Chicago River green to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day. Ever since then, the city dyes the Chicago River green every Saint Patrick's Day. The authorities use roughly around 45 pounds of green dye to convert the entire color of the river green. This beautiful spectacle is often witnessed by hundreds of thousands of people.

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Where does Brooks in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" work after he got out of prison?

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Answer: A grocery shop
Brooks works in a grocery shop after he got out of jail. Unfortunately, he could not adopt to the life on the outside.



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