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Q) In the Dr Seuss books, which elephant hatched an egg? (Hint: H_____)
Q) music: what popular trumpet player is famous for his dixiland music? (Hint: a_ h___)
A) Al Hirt.
Q) people: ben franklin invented this type of eyeglasses.? (Hint: b_______)
Q) What is the capital of Belgium? (Hint: B_______)
Q) Hockey: The Calgary ______? (Hint: F_____)
Q) cyberpunk: in this predecessor of cyberpunk novels, the hero was guy montag:? (Hint: f_________ 4__)
A) Fahrenheit 451.
Q) What country was the setting for "Casablanca"? (Hint: k______ o_ m______)
A) Kingdom Of Morocco.
Q) Smart, sophisticated comedy about husband and wife lawyers on opposing sides of the same murder case. (Hint: A_____ r__)
A) Adam's Rib.
Q) name that emoticon: ttyl? (Hint: t___ t_ y__ l____)
A) Talk To You Later.
Q) As what did H.G. Wells refer to Adolf Hitler? (Hint: A c__________ l______)
A) Certifiable Lunatic.
Q) what country is home to the bank of alexandria? (Hint: E_____)
Q) What is the capital of North Korea? (Hint: P________)
Q) what heavyweight champion was known as the brockton bomber? (Hint: r____ m_______)
A) Rocky Marciano.
Q) As smart as a(n) ______. (Hint: W_____)
Q) This is the only borough of New York City that is not on an island. (Hint: T__ B____)
A) The Bronx.
Q) where were sherlock holmes' rooms? (Hint: b____ s_____)
A) Baker Street.
Q) tv/ movies: hollywood: singer made his debut in the jazz singer.? (Hint: n___ d______)
A) Neil Diamond.
Q) Who played Louis in 'Interview With The Vampire'? (Hint: B___ P___)
A) Brad Pitt.
Q) Grover Cleveland is the only United States president to have been married where? (Hint: W____ H____)
A) White House.
Q) In 1958, who had a pop music hit with 'Willie and the Hand Jive'? (Hint: J_____ O___)
A) Johnny Otis.
Q) What is the common name for the scapula? (Hint: s_______ b____)
A) Shoulder Blade.
Q) Who was the leader of the Khmer Rouge? (Hint: P__ P__)
A) Pol Pot.
Q) Who did Squeaky Fromme try to assassinate? (Hint: G_____ F___)
A) Gerald Ford.
Q) music : artist: heartbreak hotel? (Hint: e____ p______)
A) Elvis Presley.
Q) music : 70's chart toppers: name the artist: don't call us, we'll call you? (Hint: s________)
Q) cartoons: what was the name of the time device that mr peabody and sherman used? (Hint: w____ m______)
A) WABAC Machine.
Q) Vincent Vega appeared in which movie? (Hint: P___ F______)
A) Pulp Fiction.
Q) How many squares are there on a chessboard? (Hint: s____ f___)
A) Sixty Four.
Q) What is the name of Pierce Brosnan's first James Bond film? (Hint: G________)
Q) What is the second largest state in the USA? (Hint: T____)
Q) This U.S. President suffered from polio during WWII. (Hint: F_______ D R________)
A) Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Q) What American state has a Thames river? (Hint: C__________)
Q) tmnt: under their uniforms the foot soldiers are actually? (Hint: r_____)
Q) Which game has 361 intersections? (Hint: G_)
Q) As quiet as a(n) ______. (Hint: m____)
Q) The mathematical study of properties of lines, angels, etc., is ______. (Hint: g_______)