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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Trivia for 6/29/2016

Who was the general that invaded Italy and fought against Rome there for sixteen years in the Second Punic War?

1. Hamilcar
2. Maximus
3. Hannibal
4. Elephantus
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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Trivia for 6/27/2016

The first heart transplant was made in 1967. In which country?

1. South Africa
2. Germany
3. USA
4. UK
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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Trivia for 6/15/2016

Yugoslavia was created on the ruins of two empires. One of them was the Ottoman Empire. What was the other?

1. German
2. Austro-Hungarian
3. Byzantium
4. Russia
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Friday, June 3, 2016

Trivia for 6/4/2016

The artist Pablo Picasso owned a dog named Kabul whom Picasso claimed influenced his painting style. What breed was this appropriately-named dog?

1. Afghan hound
2. Maltese
3. Yorkshire terrier
4. Greyhound
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Trivia for 6/3/2016

In 1913 the first of this modern type of puzzle was published in the "New York World". What type of puzzle was it?

1. Jumble
2. Acrostic
3. Dot to dot
4. Crossword puzzle
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Trivia for 6/2/2016

We all know that the biggest mammal is the blue whale. But what kind of animal is the smallest mammal?

1. A mouse
2. A hamster
3. A shrew
4. A bat
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Trivia for 6/1/2016

K is the symbol for what element on the periodic table?

1. carbon
2. potassium
3. krypton
4. gold
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Trivia for 5/31/2016

What was the name of the poison that killed Socrates?

1. juice of nightshade
2. ricin
3. hemlock
4. arsenic
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Trivia for 5/30/2016

The Julian calendar, containing leap years and 365 days, was the work of Julius Caesar and a number of his advisers. Which Alexandrian mathematician was his chief advisor on the calendar?

1. Callipedes
2. Manaechmus
3. Eratasthenes
4. Sosigenes
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Trivia for 5/29/2016

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, a one time Mississippi steamboat pilot, is better known by what name?

1. Mark Twain
2. Lewis Carroll
3. George Eliot
4. O. Henry
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Trivia for 5/28/2016

Of the nine commonly recognized planets in our solar system what cold planet was the last to be discovered?

1. Saturn
2. Pluto
3. Neptune
4. Uranus
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Trivia for 5/27/2016

His name may be associated with a fine meal, but this man has been called the "Father of Romanticism" in French literature.

1. Victor Hugo
2. Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
3. Johann von Goethe
4. Francois Chateaubriand
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Trivia for 5/26/2016

Which classification of triangle has all angles less than 90 degrees?

1. obtuse
2. right
3. acute
4. scalene
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Trivia for 5/25/2016

In 1975, a ship and its crew of 29 people vanished on Lake Superior. What was the name of the ship?

1. Vasa
2. Titanic
3. Monitor
4. Edmund Fitzgerald
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Monday, May 23, 2016

Trivia for 5/24/2016

You have only one. What does an earthworm have 10 of?

1. Segments
2. Mouths
3. Noses
4. Hearts
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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Trivia for 5/23/2016

What breed of dog's name comes from the Russian word for 'swift'?

1. Borzoi
2. Saluki
3. Whippet
4. Basenji
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Trivia for 5/22/2016

Show your affection with a Peppermint Twist. What type of flower is the Peppermint Twist?

1. tulip
2. rose
3. daisy
4. sunflower
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Trivia for 5/21/2016

What is the name of the mountain pass where, in 480 B.C., a handful of Greeks were able to hold back thousands of Persians before they were all killed?

1. Thermopylae
2. Plataea
3. Marathon
4. Salamis
Solution

Trivia for 5/20/2016

What state is mentioned in the Harlem Globetrotter's theme song?

1. New Mexico
2. Alaska
3. Georgia
4. Alabama
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Trivia for 5/19/2016

Which Swede, who saved over 30,000 Jewish lives in World War II, was arrested by the Soviets and never seen again?

1. Georg Homin
2. Per Albin Hansson
3. Alfred Nobel
4. Raoul Wallenberg
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