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In 2014, music producer Dr. Luke initiated legal action against which pop singer?

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Answer: Kesha
More information: The lawsuit of Kesha v. Dr. Luke began in 2014 with Luke filing charges of defamation and breach of contract against Kesha, and Kesha and her mother countersuing for sexual harassment, emotional distress, etc. As of the beginning of 2019 the case is yet to be resolved.

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In which year did the annual New York Halloween Parade begin?

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Answer: 1973
More information: The annual New York Halloween Parade started in the year 1973. It is a yearly holiday parade that is presented on every Halloween's night in Manhattan, New York City.

VeryHard

Which television series ended in the apparent suicide of its main character?

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Answer: Dallas
More information: The last episode of "Dallas", which aired during its 14th season in 1991, featured J.R. Ewing seemingly committing suicide, though in a Dallas reunion movie aired in 1996 it was revealed that he had not.

Easy

What is the name of Harry Potter's owl?

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Answer: Hedwig
More information: Harry Potter was gifted Hedwig the owl for his 11th birthday.

Easy

The practice of disguisers carrying the Jack-O'-lantern during Halloween originated from which Irish myth?

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Answer: Stingy Jack
More information: Jack-O'-lantern originated from an Irish myth of "Stingy Jack". Legend has it that "Stingy Jack" was the nickname of a man who after his death, was denied entrance to neither Heaven nor Hell. Jack was driven into the gloomy night. In order to brighten up his way, Jack was given a lump of burning coal, which he placed into a carved turnip.

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Justin Timberlake was the former lead singer of which famous boy band?

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Answer: NSYNC
More information: Justin Timberlake left NSYNC when the group disbanded in 2002 and went on to become one of the top-selling musicians in history on his own.

Easy

How is the number 5 written in Roman numerals?

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Answer: V
More information: Roman numerals were letter used by the ancient Romans and civilizations in Europe to represent numbers before the adoption of Arabic numerals.

Easy

What is the name of the violent species of magical plants in the Harry Potter universe?

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Answer: Whomping Willows
More information: These dangerous plants are referred to as Whomping Willows and are also found near Hogwarts School.

Easy

What is the world's largest active volcano?

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Answer: Mauna Loa
More information: Mauna Loa is located in Hawaii and is one of the five volcanoes that forms the island. The last time Mauna Loa erupted was April 15, 1984.

Medium

Which disciple of Jesus Christ doubts our Savior's resurrection until he sees Him?

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Answer: Thomas
More information: Thomas is known for disbelieving all stories of Christ's resurrection until he sees Christ.

Medium

Which city hosts the world's largest Passover Seder every year?

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Answer: Kathmandu
More information: Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is famed for playing host to the largest Passover Seder in the world every year. Thousands of people from all over the world often take trips to Kathmandu to be part of this spectacular event.

Medium

What is the fastest fish in the Ocean?

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Answer: Sailfish
More information: Out of the 31,500 identified fish, the Sailfish is the fastest. The Sailfish is able to swim at a speed of 68 MPH, 18 MPH faster than the second place fish.

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The first commercial music compact disc to be sold in the United States was an album by which artist?

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Answer: Bruce Springsteen
More information: Bruce Springsteen's 1984 classic Born in the U.S.A. was the first music CD sold commercially in American history.

Easy

A deuce in tennis means a score line of?

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Answer: 40-40
More information: In the sport of tennis, a score line of 40-40 is called deuce.



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