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  1. "7x" was used to refer to the secret ingredient of what drink*coca cola
  2. "And the big wheel keep on turning neon burning up above and I'm just high on the world come on and take the low ride with me girl on the....." What's the Dire Straits song title?*tunnel of love
  3. "Beverly Hills Cop", when Axel Foley enters the hotel, he uses an alias. Who does he say he works for, and who does he say he's going to interview?*Rolling Stone,Michael Jackson
  4. "Little Boy" & "Fat Man" were the first*atomic bombs
  5. "Louis, 1 think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" are the last words of which film*casablanca
  6. "Never Say Never,"*Romeo Void
  7. "Oliver's Story" was the sequel to which best-seller by Erich Segal*love story
  8. 'Back in the Habit' is the sub-title to which film sequel*sister act
  9. 'Bowser' and 'Jocko' have been two prominent members of what very successful rock & roll nostalgia act?*Sha Na Na
  10. 'Daffodils' belong to which genus of bulb*narcissus
  11. 'Dephlogisticated air' was the name given by Joseph Priestley to which gas*oxygen
  12. 'Dr. Feelgood' was which group's last album with Vince Neill*Motley Crue
  13. 'Kiss on My List' was which duo's second number one hit*Hall and Oates
  14. 'Operation Desert Storm' took place in 1989, 1991 or 1995*1991
  15. 'The 900 Days' is a chronicle about what group's siege of Leningrad*nazi
  16. 'The Diary of Anne Frank' was first published in English under what title?*Diary of a Young Girl
  17. 'The girls'll go crazy for a....' what is the name of this ZZ-Top tune*Sharp
  18. 'The Shining' was the film playing at the drive-in in which film*Twister
  19. 'You get a shiver in the dark, it's raining in the park ...' What's the Dire Straits song title*Sultans of Swing
  20. 100 zeros after the number 1 is a very very large number called what*googol
  21. 3 Who was the first director of Britain's National Theatre*laurence olivier
  22. 4B.In which novel by George Eliot is Eppie Cass adopted by a miser whose gold has been stolen by her father*silas marner
  23. 80s Films: "In the Southeast, they say if you want to go to heaven, you have to change planes in Atlanta."*Accidental Tourist
  24. 80s Films: A ___ to a Kill*View
  25. 80s Films: A ___ to India*Passage
  26. 80s Films: Andy McCarthy does Robby Lowe's Mom, and she's Jackie Bissette!*Class
  27. 80s Films: Baby ___*Boom
  28. 80s Films: Big ___ in Little China*Trouble
  29. 80s Films: Bill Murray, post-SNL, pre-Groundhog. Think spaghetti.*Meatballs
  30. 80s Films: Black ___*Rain
  31. 80s Films: Dead ___ Don't Wear Plaid*Men
  32. 80s Films: Dirty ___*Dancing
  33. 80s Films: Driving Miss ___*Daisy
  34. 80s Films: First ___*Blood
  35. 80s Films: For Your ___ Only*Eyes
  36. 80s Films: Guy really gets into playing videogames.*Tron
  37. 80s Films: Hmm. Let's make Chevy Chase a spy!*Fletch
  38. 80s Films: Less than ___*Zero
  39. 80s Films: Mr. ___*Mom
  40. 80s Films: My Left ___*Foot
  41. 80s Films: No Way ___*Out
  42. 80s Films: Proof that there's life in the afterlife. And Geena Davis's lips.*Beetlejuice
  43. 80s Films: Ricki Lake. Before her television show.*Hairspray
  44. 80s Films: Say ___*Anything
  45. 80s Films: Sex, Lies and ___*Videotape
  46. 80s Films: Some Kind of ___*Wonderful
  47. 80s Films: The Big ___*Chill
  48. 80s Films: The bitch is back, and it's not Sigourney.*Aliens
  49. 80s Films: The Evil ___*Dead
  50. 80s Films: The Last ___ of Christ*Temptation
  51. 80s Films: The paean to late nights and teens in the 1950s*Diner
  52. 80s Films: The Right ___*Stuff
  53. 80s Films: The ___ Brothers*Blues
  54. 80s Films: The ___ Crystal*Dark
  55. 80s Films: The ___ Guy*Lonely
  56. 80s Films: This is ___ Tap*Spinal
  57. 80s Films: Three Men and a ___*Baby
  58. 80s Films: Urban ___*Cowboy
  59. 80s Films: War___*Games
  60. 80s Films: ___ Boys*Bad
  61. 80s Films: ___ By Me*Stand
  62. 80s Films: ___ Eye*Cat's
  63. 80s Films: ___ of Dreams*Field
  64. 80s Films: ___ of Fire*Chariots
  65. 80s Films: ___ of the Universe*Masters
  66. 80s Films: ___ of War*Casualties
  67. 80s Films: ___ Taste*Bad
  68. 80s Films: ___ That Girl?*Who's
  69. 80s Films: ___ the 13th*Friday
  70. A "double sheet bend" is a type of what*knot
  71. A block of compressed coal dust used as fuel*briquette
  72. A boat or raft with two parallel hulls*catamaran
  73. A bone specialist is a________*osteopath
  74. A capital D is the Roman numeral for which number*five hundred
  75. A character named 'Spearchucker Jones' was deleted from this famous American television show's cast after only five episodes?*MASH
  76. A charge of dwai is for what*driving while ability impaired
  77. A complex alcohol constituent of all animal fats and oils*cholesterol
  78. A dolphin can remember a specific ______ better than a human*tone
  79. A famous RAH novel, as well as a number believed to be cursed*the number of the beast
  80. A Group of Cattle is called a?*herd
  81. A group of ducks is called*brace
  82. A Group of Lion is called a?*pride
  83. A herb or drug described as 'haemostatic' performs which effect*stops bleeding
  84. A hoop worn under skirts is called a what*farthingale
  85. A kipper is what type of smoked fish*herring
  86. A large French country house*chateau
  87. A light canvas shoe with a plaited sole*espadrille
  88. A magnum of champagne is how many litres*1.5
  89. A male singer whose sexual organs have been modified is known as a what*castrato
  90. A person refusing to join a strike*blackleg
  91. A sadhu is a holy man in which country*india
  92. A sailor who has not yet crossed the equator is referred to by what name*Pollywog
  93. A salad containing diced apple, celery, walnuts and mayonnaise is known as what*waldorf salad
  94. A ships officer in charge of equipment and crew*boatswain
  95. A short legged hunting dog*basset
  96. A short womens jacket without fastenings*bolero
  97. A small crown*coronet
  98. A small pickled cucumber*gherkin
  99. A terrapin is a type of _________.*Turtle
  100. A very tall center and a real ladies man*wilt the stilt
  101. A wild ox*bison
  102. A word like 'NASA' formed from the initials of other words is a(n) _________.*Acronym
  103. Aarchie Moore, was world champion in what sport from 1952 1962*boxing
  104. About which Prime Minister was it said "He could never see a belt without hitting below it"*lloyd george
  105. According to John Aubrey's Brief Lives , what card game did the English poet, Sir John Suckling, invent in 1630*cribbage
  106. According to superstition, what do you do when you stub the toes on your right foot*make a wish
  107. According to the title of a famous novel, there are how many 'Years of Solitude*one hundred
  108. According to tradition, which animals desert a sinking ship*rats
  109. According to U.S. law, what may not be granted on a useless invention, on a method of doing business, on mere printed matter, or on a device or machine that will not operate*patent
  110. Acronym for quasi-stellar radio source, any of the blue, starlike objects that are strong radio emitters and the spectra of what exhibit a strong red shift*quasar
  111. Acronym Soup - JVC*japan victor company
  112. Acronym Soup: ACK*acknowledgement
  113. Acronym Soup: ANSI *american national standards institute
  114. Acronym Soup: AOL*america on line
  115. Acronym Soup: AWGTHTGTTA *are we going to have to go through this/that again
  116. Acronym Soup: BAC*by any chance
  117. Acronym Soup: BAK*back at keyboard
  118. Acronym Soup: BBL*be back later
  119. Acronym Soup: BOS*big orange switch; boyfriend over shoulder
  120. Acronym Soup: BRT*be right there
  121. Acronym Soup: BST*british summer time
  122. Acronym Soup: BTOBD*be there or be dead
  123. Acronym Soup: BWL*bursting with laughter
  124. Acronym Soup: COD*cash on delivery
  125. Acronym Soup: DBN*doing business*not
  126. Acronym Soup: DFM*don't flame me
  127. Acronym Soup: DIIK *damned if i know
  128. Acronym Soup: DOB*date of birth
  129. Acronym Soup: DWIM *do what i mean
  130. Acronym Soup: E2EG*ear to ear grin
  131. Acronym Soup: EMSG*email message
  132. Acronym Soup: FIRST *forum of incident response and security teams
  133. Acronym Soup: FOAF*friend of a friend
  134. Acronym Soup: FOD *finger of death
  135. Acronym Soup: FURTB *full up ready to burst
  136. Acronym Soup: GAFIA *get away from it all
  137. Acronym Soup: GIWIST*gee i wish i'd said that
  138. Acronym Soup: GMT *greenwich mean time
  139. Acronym Soup: HTTP*hyper text transfer protocol
  140. Acronym Soup: IAAD*i am a doctor
  141. Acronym Soup: IAE *in any event
  142. Acronym Soup: IBTD*i beg to differ
  143. Acronym Soup: IMBO*in my biased opinion
  144. Acronym Soup: IWALY *i will always love you
  145. Acronym Soup: JIC *just in case
  146. Acronym Soup: JTLYK *just to let you know
  147. Acronym Soup: JTUSK *just thought you should know
  148. Acronym Soup: JTYMLTK *just thought you might like to know
  149. Acronym Soup: L8TRZ *laters
  150. Acronym Soup: LHU *lord help us
  151. Acronym Soup: LLAP*live long and prosper
  152. Acronym Soup: LMC *lost my connection
  153. Acronym Soup: LoTR*lord of the rings
  154. Acronym Soup: LSFIAB*like shooting fish in a barrel
  155. Acronym Soup: LYLAB *love you like a brother
  156. Acronym Soup: MD*mailed
  157. Acronym Soup: MHM *members helping members
  158. Acronym Soup: MHOTY *my hat's off to you
  159. Acronym Soup: MIPS*meaningless information per second
  160. Acronym Soup: MORF*male or female
  161. Acronym Soup: NAGI*not a good idea
  162. Acronym Soup: NDM *no disrespect meant
  163. Acronym Soup: NIDWTC*no i don't want to chat
  164. Acronym Soup: NIH *not invented here
  165. Acronym Soup: NOOTO *nothing out of the ordinary
  166. Acronym Soup: NYM *new york minute
  167. Acronym Soup: OTT *over the top
  168. Acronym Soup: PAW *parents are watching
  169. Acronym Soup: PDQ *pretty damn quick
  170. Acronym Soup: PIMP*pee in my pants
  171. Acronym Soup: PLMKO *please let me know ok
  172. Acronym Soup: PMBI*pardon my butting in
  173. Acronym Soup: PTO *please turn over
  174. Acronym Soup: Q *queue
  175. Acronym Soup: QPQ *quid pro quo
  176. Acronym Soup: RA*red alert
  177. Acronym Soup: ROFLMHO *rolling on floor laughing my head off
  178. Acronym Soup: ROTFLAS *rolling on the floor laughing and snorting
  179. Acronym Soup: RTS *read the screen; real time strategy
  180. Acronym Soup: SASS*short attention span society/syndrome
  181. Acronym Soup: SMOFF *serious mode off
  182. Acronym Soup: SMOP*small matter of programming
  183. Acronym Soup: SNR *signal to noise ratio
  184. Acronym Soup: SOHB*sense of humour bypass
  185. Acronym Soup: ST-DS9*star trek deep space 9
  186. Acronym Soup: SUFID *screwing up face in disgust
  187. Acronym Soup: TBE *to be expected
  188. Acronym Soup: TIATLG*truly i am the living god
  189. Acronym Soup: TMIKTLIU*the more i know the less i understand
  190. Acronym Soup: TN*telnet
  191. Acronym Soup: TRDMC *tears running down my cheeks
  192. Acronym Soup: UUCP*unix-tounix copy
  193. Acronym Soup: VR*virtual reality
  194. Acronym Soup: W/*with
  195. Acronym Soup: WAIS*wide area information server
  196. Acronym Soup: WC*way cool
  197. Acronym Soup: WYM *what you mean?
  198. Acronym Soup: YCLIU *you can look it up
  199. Acronym Soup: YGTBK *you've got to be kidding
  200. Acronym Soup: YHBW*you have been warned
  201. Acronym Soup: YKYATP*you know you're a tired parent
  202. Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger bought the first Hummer manufactured for civilian use when*1992
  203. Actor ______ Borgnine*Ernest
  204. Actually caused by layers of hot air refracting sunlight*mirage
  205. Advertising film which is informative and purportedly objective*infomercial
  206. After whom is the month of July named*julius caesar
  207. Air is 21% oxygen, 78% ______, and 1% other gases*nitrogen
  208. Alberta's shield on the coat of arms, bears the cross of*saint george
  209. Algebra: Define the value of X: -10x - 19 = 19 - 8x*-19
  210. Algebra: Define the value of X: 99 + 5x = 2000 - 5x - 911*99
  211. All Hebrew orignating names that end with the letters "el" have something to do with what*god
  212. Alphabetically speaking, which is the last of the 26 Irish counties. Most people say Wexford, but they're wrong*.wicklow
  213. Although his career was snuffed out in the same plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, which east L.A kid had a memorable top ten hit about his girlfriend Donna*Richie Valens
  214. Always _______*coca cola
  215. America's country's first commercial oil well was located in what state*pennsylvania
  216. American indians used beads as currency. What was it called*wampum
  217. American inventor and teacher of the deaf, most famous for his invention of the telephone.*alexander graham bell
  218. An addition to a will is called a*codicil
  219. An America reindeer*caribou
  220. An animal is a fish if it has _________*gills
  221. An area seperating potential belligerents*buffer zone
  222. An underground layer of water filled rock is called an*aquifer
  223. Animal Trivia: ---------- and short-tailed shrews get by on only two hours of sleep a day.*elephants
  224. Animal Trivia: ---------- are the only animals born with horns. Both males and females are born with bony knobs on the forehead.*giraffes
  225. Animal Trivia: ---------- can swim for a 1/2 mile without resting, and they can tread water for 3 days straight.*rats
  226. Animal Trivia: ---------- feel safest when they are crowded together, hundreds in a group.*flamingoes
  227. Animal Trivia: ---------- have the best eyesight of any breed of dog.*greyhounds
  228. Animal Trivia: ---------- herds post their own sentries. When danger threatens, the sentry raises its trunk and though it may be as far as a half-mile away, the rest of the herd is instantly alerted. how this communication takes place is not understood.*elephant
  229. Animal Trivia: ---------- may travel great distances on their migrations. The Arctic tern travels from the top of the world, the Arctic - to the bottom, the Antarctic. Round trip in a single year: 25,000 miles in all.*birds
  230. Animal Trivia: A camel can shut its nostrils during a ----------*desert sandstormanimal trivia: a camel with one hump is a dromedary, while a camel with two humps is a ----------*bactrian
  231. Animal Trivia: A donkey is an "ass", but an ass is not always a donkey. The word "ass" refers to several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, including the ----------*onager
  232. Animal Trivia: A garter snake can give birth to ----------*85 babies
  233. Animal Trivia: A giant Pacific ---------- can fit its entire body through an opening no bigger than the size of its beak.*octopus
  234. Animal Trivia: A male ---------- that has been neutered is known as a "wether."*goat
  235. Animal Trivia: A mole can dig a tunnel ---------- feet long in one night.*three hundred*300
  236. Animal Trivia: A young pigeon that has not yet flown is a ----------*squab
  237. Animal Trivia: All porcupines float in ----------*water
  238. Animal Trivia: Baby beavers are called kits or ----------*kittens
  239. Animal Trivia: Because its tongue is too short for its beak, the ---------- must juggle its food before swallowing it.*toucan
  240. Animal Trivia: Because the natural habitat of ---------- is of little use to man - the alkaline African lake waters support few fish and cannot be used for human consumption or irrigation - and also because their resting areas are typically inaccessible, the birds are rarely disturbed, unlike other African wild birds.*flamingos
  241. Animal Trivia: Boxers were named after their habit of playing. At the beginning of play with another dog, a Boxer will stand on his hind legs and bat at his opponent, appearing to "box" with his ----------*front paws
  242. Animal Trivia: Bull giraffes forage higher in trees than cow giraffes which reduces food competition between the sexes. Long-legged giraffes walk with the limbs on one side of the body lifted at the same time. This gait is called a pace and allows a longer stride which saves ----------*steps and energy
  243. Animal Trivia: Cats are the only domestic animals that walk directly on their ----------, not on their paws. This method of walking is called "digitigrade". When cats scratch furniture, it isn't an act of malice. They are actually tearing off the ragged edges of the sheaths of their talons to expose the new sharp ones beneath.*claws
  244. Animal Trivia: Elephants, lions, and camels roamed ---------- 12,000 years ago.*alaska
  245. Animal Trivia: Every ----------, there is a peak in Canada wildlife population, especially among the muskrats, red fox, skunks, mink, lynx, and rabbits. The population of grasshoppers of the world tends to rise and fall rhythmically in 9.2-year cycles.*9.6 years
  246. Animal Trivia: From crocodile farms, Australia exports about 5,000 crocodile skins a year. Most go to Paris, where a crocodile purse can sell for more than ----------*$10,000
  247. Animal Trivia: If they are well treated, camels in captivity can live to the age of ----------*fifty*50
  248. Animal Trivia: It seems to biologists that, unlike their humpback whale relatives whose underwater song evolves from year to year, killer whales retain individual ---------- unchanged over long periods, possibly even for life.*dialects
  249. Animal Trivia: It takes an average of 345 squirts to yield a gallon of milk from a cow's ----------*udder
  250. Animal Trivia: Javelinas are free-ranging, yet territorial animals that travel in small herds. One of the reasons they travel in numbers is so they can huddle to stay warm - they don't handle cold well and can ----------*to death quickly.*freeze
  251. Animal Trivia: Milk snakes lay about 13 eggs - in piles of animal ----------*manure
  252. Animal Trivia: Monkeys will not eat red meat or ----------*butter
  253. Animal Trivia: Pink elephants? In regions of India where the soil is red, elephants take on a permanent pink tinge because they regularly spray dust over their bodies to protect themselves against ----------*insects
  254. Animal Trivia: The ---------- snake found in the state of Arizona is not poisonous, but when frightened, it may hiss loudly and vibrate its tail like a rattlesnake.*gopher
  255. Animal Trivia: The ---------- whale is the mammal with the heaviest brain - about six times heavier than a human's.*sperm
  256. Animal Trivia: The Alaskan ---------- is the largest deer of the New World. It attains a height at the withers in excess of 7 feet and, when fully grown, weighs up to 1,800 pounds.*moose
  257. Animal Trivia: The armor of the ---------- is not as tough as it appears. It is very pliable, much like a human fingernail.*armadillo
  258. Animal Trivia: The average adult ---------- weighs 21 pounds.*raccoon
  259. Animal Trivia: The average giraffe's ---------- is two or three times that of a healthy man.*blood pressure
  260. Animal Trivia: The average porcupine has more than 30,000 quills. Porcupines are excellent swimmers because their quills are hollow and serve as pontoons to keep them ----------*afloat
  261. Animal Trivia: The bat is the only mammal that can ----------*fly
  262. Animal Trivia: The Dalmatian dog is named for the Dalmatian Coast of ----------, where it is believed to have been originally bred.*croatia
  263. Animal Trivia: The electric eel lives in the Amazon River and its tributaries in South America. The rivers churn up a lot of mud and the eels cannot see well in them. Two less powerful electric fish are the electric catfish and ray. Electric rays live in warm ocean water, and they can give off a charge of sufficient force to stun a human. The biggest electric ray, the Atlantic torpedo ray, can weigh ---------- pounds.*two hundred*200
  264. Animal Trivia: The fastest animal on four legs is the ----------*, which races at speeds up to 70 miles per hour in short distances. it can accelerate to 45 miles per hour in two seconds.*cheetah
  265. Animal Trivia: The female condor lays a single egg once every ----------*two years*2 years
  266. Animal Trivia: The female king crab incubates as many as 400,000 young for 11 months in a brood pouch under her ----------*abdomen
  267. Animal Trivia: The fur of the vicuna, a small member of the camel family which live in the Andes mountains of Peru, is so fine that each hair is less than two-thousandths of an inch. The animal was considered sacred by the Incas, and only royalty could wear its ----------*fleece
  268. Animal Trivia: The hummingbird is the only bird that can ----------*fly backwards
  269. Animal Trivia: The largest species of seahorse measures ----------*eight inches*8 inches
  270. Animal Trivia: The leech has 32 brains - 31 more than a ----------*human
  271. Animal Trivia: The leech will gorge itself up to ---------- its body weight and then just fall off its victim.*five times
  272. Animal Trivia: The life expectancy of the average mockingbird is ----------*ten years*10 years
  273. Animal Trivia: The maximum life span of ---------- has been documented to be over 200 years in exceptional cases. The average life span of the large colorful fish, however, is 25 to 35 years.*koi
  274. Animal Trivia: The Rufous is the only species of hummingbird to nest in Alaska. They migrate 2,000 miles to Mexico each winter, and then back to Alaska in the ----------*spring
  275. Animal Trivia: The sea cucumber, a purplish-brown creature covered with ----------, has a unique defense strategy. When attacked, it throws out sticky threads from its mouth, which entangles its enemy. The sea cucumber can then quickly escape.*warts
  276. Animal Trivia: The smell of a ---------- can be detected by a human a mile away.*skunk
  277. Animal Trivia: The tarantula spends most of its life within its burrow, which is an 18-inch vertical hole with an inch-wide opening. When male tarantulas are between the ages of 5 to 7 years, they leave the burrow in search of a female, usually in the early fall. This migration actually signals the end of their life cycle. The males mate with as many females as they can, and then they die around mid-----------*november
  278. Animal Trivia: The three-toed ---------- of tropical America can swim easily, but it can only drag itself across bare ground.*sloth
  279. Animal Trivia: The two ---------- of a dolphin's brain work independently. For 8 hours, the entire brain is awake. The left side then sleeps for 8 hours. When it wakes up, the right side sleeps for 8 hours. Thus, the dolphin gets 8 hours of sleep without ever having to stop physically.*hemispheres
  280. Animal Trivia: There are about 40 different ---------- in a birds wing.*muscles
  281. Animal Trivia: There is no mention of cats or rats in the ----------*bible
  282. Animal Trivia: Though human noses have an impressive 5 million olfactory cells with which to smell, sheepdogs have 220 million, enabling them to smell 44 times better than ----------*man
  283. Animal Trivia: Unlike dolphins, porpoises are not very ----------*sociable
  284. Animal Trivia: Wandering ---------- spread their wings, clack bills, and shake heads in a ritual dance. Bonds between courting birds may last the whole of a 50-year lifetime.*albatrosses
  285. Animal Trivia: When young abalones feed on red seaweed, their shells turn ----------*red
  286. Animal Trivia: While many people believe that a camel's humps are used for water storage, they are actually made up of ----------. The hump of a well-rested, well-fed camel can weigh up to eighty pounds.*fat
  287. Animals that once existed and exist no more, are called ______*Extinct
  288. Annapolis & Minneapolis contain the suffix "polis", which in Greek means ____*city
  289. Anothe name for an artists workshop or studio*ateller
  290. Another name for guardian angels is*watchers
  291. Another name for phencyclidine hydrochloride*angel dust
  292. Another name for wood alcohol is....*methanol
  293. Anthocyanins are compounds which produce what*colors
  294. Anti tank rocket launcher*bazooka
  295. Any of a large group of chemicals almost exclusively organic in nature, used for the coloring of textiles, inks, food products, & other substances*dyes
  296. Any of various scientific recording devices designed to register a person's bodily responses to being questioned?*polygraph
  297. Apart from Gottfried Leibniz, which famous scientist developed the many techniques of calculus in mathematics*isaac newton
  298. Approx 800 people died at a firework display in Paris in what year*1770
  299. Araucaria or Chile Pine has a more common name, what is it*monkey puzzle tree
  300. Architectural style developed in the Eastern Empire*byzantine
  301. As clear as a _______*Bell
  302. As pretty as a ______*picture
  303. As what did Kotex first manufactured in WWI*bandages
  304. As what is Beethoven's piano sonata in C-sharp minor more commonly known*the moonlight sonata
  305. As what is Hungary also known*magyar
  306. As what is the Devonian period also known*age of fish
  307. As what was John F. Kennedy airport formerly known*idlewild
  308. As what was Louis XIV also known*sun king
  309. As what was sony's video recorder known*beta-max*beta max*beta
  310. Ashord/V. Simpson)*whitney houston
  311. At what theme park are the Looney Toons associated with*Six Flags*6 flags
  312. At which university did the poet Philip Larkin work as a librarian*hull
  313. Athropod with worm like body and many legs*centipede
  314. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*bahamas
  315. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*latvia
  316. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*burundi
  317. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*syria
  318. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*thailand
  319. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 2 in Total*croatia
  320. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze, 8 in Total*sweden
  321. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 4 in Total*ireland
  322. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 6 in Total*turkey
  323. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze, 9 in Total*czech republic
  324. Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 4 Silver, 6 Bronze, 14 in Total*spain
  325. Aussie Slang: Ankle biter*young child
  326. Aussie Slang: Battler*someone who works hard
  327. Aussie Slang: Blue ass fly*someone doing something very fast
  328. Aussie Slang: Bull dust*a lie
  329. Aussie Slang: Dacks*trousers or shorts
  330. Aussie Slang: Do the lolly*to get very angry
  331. Aussie Slang: Dunny*toilet
  332. Aussie Slang: Earbashing*someone talking to you for a long time
  333. Aussie Slang: Eat a horse, and chase the jockey*you are very very hungry
  334. Aussie Slang: Fair dinkum*honest, genuine
  335. Aussie Slang: Footy*ozzie rules football
  336. Aussie Slang: Get nicked*to get caught
  337. Aussie Slang: Grot*person who is very dirty or untidy
  338. Aussie Slang: Holy-dooly*an expression of surprise
  339. Aussie Slang: In your dreams*telling someone that it isn't going to happen
  340. Aussie Slang: Kiwi*someone who lives in new zealand
  341. Aussie Slang: Knocker*someone who makes derogatory remarks
  342. Aussie Slang: Oldies*parents
  343. Aussie Slang: Paddock*grazing field for sheep and cattle
  344. Aussie Slang: Rack off*told to go away angrily
  345. Aussie Slang: Sanga*sandwich
  346. Aussie Slang: Shonky*poor quality
  347. Aussie Slang: Stone the crows*exclamation of amazement
  348. Aussie Slang: Tinnie*can of beer or a aluminum boat
  349. Aussie Slang: Wowser*a killjoy
  350. Aussie Slang: Wrapped*excited about something good that has happened
  351. Authority charged with the disposition of legal actions involving children*juvenile court
  352. AUTHORS/POETS: Who wrote Illiad*alexander pope
  353. Authors: The Silence of the Lambs*thomas harris
  354. AUTHORS: Who wrote A Bridge to Far*cornelius ryan
  355. AUTHORS: Who wrote A Christmas Carol*charles dickens
  356. AUTHORS: Who wrote A Clockwork Orange*anthony burgess
  357. AUTHORS: Who wrote As I Lay Dying*william faulkner
  358. AUTHORS: Who wrote Cardinal of the Kremlin*tom clancy
  359. AUTHORS: Who wrote Catch 22*joseph heller
  360. AUTHORS: Who wrote Chitty Chitty Bang Bang*ian fleming
  361. AUTHORS: Who wrote Cry the Beloved Country*alan paton
  362. AUTHORS: Who wrote Deptford Trilogy*robertson davies
  363. AUTHORS: Who wrote El Gringo*carlos fuentes
  364. AUTHORS: Who wrote Fahrenheit 451*ray bradbury
  365. AUTHORS: Who wrote Ice Palace*edna furber
  366. AUTHORS: Who wrote Interview with a Vampire*anne rice
  367. AUTHORS: Who wrote Ironweed*William Kennedy
  368. AUTHORS: Who wrote Islands in the Stream*ernest hemingway
  369. AUTHORS: Who wrote Jane Eyre*charlotte bronte
  370. AUTHORS: Who wrote Lightning*Dean Koontz
  371. AUTHORS: Who wrote Little Country*charles de lint
  372. AUTHORS: Who wrote Lolita*vladimir nabokov
  373. AUTHORS: Who wrote Movable Feast*ernest hemingway
  374. AUTHORS: Who wrote Murders of Rue Morgue*edgar allan poe
  375. AUTHORS: Who wrote Pilgrims Progress*john bunyan
  376. AUTHORS: Who wrote Portnoy's Complaint*philip roth
  377. AUTHORS: Who wrote Puppet Masters*robert heinlein
  378. AUTHORS: Who wrote Silas Marner*george elliot
  379. AUTHORS: Who wrote Single and Single*john le carre
  380. AUTHORS: Who wrote Someplace to Be Flying*charles de lint
  381. AUTHORS: Who wrote Sound and the Fury*william faulkner
  382. AUTHORS: Who wrote Sum of All Fears*tom clancy
  383. AUTHORS: Who wrote The Runaway Jury*john grisham
  384. AUTHORS: Who wrote Travels*marco polo
  385. AUTHORS: Who wrote Vet in Harness*james herriot
  386. AUTHORS: Who wrote Wizard of Oz*l frank baum
  387. Authors: Zorba the Greek*nikos kazantzakis
  388. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Good*aggie
  389. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Healer*althea
  390. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: High, Exalted*aram
  391. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Island*avalon
  392. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Last Daughter*audi
  393. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Love*amorina
  394. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Lovely*ah
  395. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Loving, Kind-Hearted*aloha
  396. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble, Kind*ada
  397. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Pleasant*africa
  398. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Prayer*atira
  399. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Men*alejandro
  400. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Pure*azra
  401. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Strong as an Eagle*arnold
  402. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: To Tie*avongara
  403. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Unity, One*ace
  404. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Vigilant, Watchful*argus
  405. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Wisdom*akili
  406. Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Youthful*atalo
  407. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Broad Lea, Meadow*bradley
  408. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Flame*blaze
  409. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Like a King*basil
  410. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Messenger, Friend*bud
  411. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Of the City of Bubastis*bast
  412. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of Evan*bevan
  413. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of My Right Hand*benjamin
  414. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong, Virtuous, Honorable*breanna
  415. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Victorious*berenice
  416. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Warrior*boris
  417. Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Yellow Haired*boyd
  418. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Marsh or an herb*curry
  419. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Gracious and Womanly*carrieann
  420. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Harbor*chelsa
  421. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hound of the plain*conway
  422. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Ladylike*cirila
  423. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Maiden*coralie
  424. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Maiden*corinna
  425. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Manly, Full Grown*charles
  426. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Near the creek*creighton
  427. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Rocky Land or Singer*chantel
  428. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Song*carmen
  429. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Soothsayer*cybil
  430. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Strong Man*cairbre
  431. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To Life*chaim
  432. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To the Castle*castel
  433. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Very Beautiful*calixte
  434. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Victorious People*caelan
  435. Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Warrior*calhoun
  436. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Gift*donato
  437. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Hidden Nook*darnell
  438. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Leader of the People*didrika
  439. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Longed For*desana
  440. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Mouth of a River*delta
  441. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of God*dominique
  442. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of the Devil*desdemona
  443. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Powerful, Rich Ruler*dick
  444. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Queenly*daria
  445. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Roaming*dessa
  446. Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Beginning*davu
  447. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Gracious Protector*esme
  448. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Greek Mythological Figure*eurydice
  449. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Happy*edith
  450. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Hazelnut*evelia
  451. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honored, Distinguished*efrat
  452. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Justice*euridice
  453. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Life*eshe
  454. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*elaine
  455. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Man*enos
  456. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble in Counsel*ethelda
  457. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble*elgin
  458. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Peace, Enlightened*eron
  459. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Son of Ed*edison
  460. Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Very Fruitful*ephraim
  461. Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Field*fell
  462. Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Leafy Branch*fronde
  463. Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Of the Woods, Forest*forrest
  464. Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: The Hollow*floyd
  465. Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: White Shoulder*fennella
  466. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Dove*giona
  467. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Grace of God*grace
  468. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Loving*guillermina
  469. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Merry, Happy*gaye
  470. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: My Joy, Rejoice*gili
  471. Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Son of the Grey-Haired One*grayson
  472. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hollow in the Valley*holden
  473. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Lamb*hamal
  474. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Meadow on the Cliff*hanley
  475. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Rabbit*hazeka
  476. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Shining Brightly*haruki
  477. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Spacious Meadow*harley
  478. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Star*hoshiko
  479. Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: The Flower*hyacinth
  480. Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Innocent*ince
  481. Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Mother*ina
  482. Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Mythological Creature*iphigenia
  483. Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Only Son*iggi
  484. Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Snow*istas
  485. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God is Willing*joel
  486. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Happy*jabulani
  487. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Happy*jovita
  488. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Holy Man*jeroen
  489. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Jade*jadzia
  490. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Prominent*jael
  491. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Supplanter*jocelin
  492. Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*julius
  493. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Church*kirby
  494. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Golden*kin
  495. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Handsome, Beautiful*kevin
  496. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Harp*koto
  497. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hunter*kacela
  498. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Maiden*koren
  499. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Perfect*kamil
  500. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Poet*kavi
  501. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*katrina
  502. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rejoicer, Waterfall Pool*kaelin
  503. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rosy Reflection in the Sky*kawena
  504. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Royal*kennedy
  505. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Song, Songstress*karmina
  506. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Loved One*kendi
  507. Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Treasure House*kura
  508. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Gracious, Poetic*leighanna
  509. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Harness Maker*lorimer
  510. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Joy, Gladness*letitia
  511. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: King*loe
  512. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Land*lancelot
  513. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lilac*lilia
  514. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Linden Trees Near the Water*lindsey
  515. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lioness*liona
  516. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lord*laval
  517. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Moon*lucine
  518. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pretty One*linda
  519. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Shining*lara
  520. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Small Cove*logan
  521. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Suave*lizina
  522. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Tall One*lang
  523. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Mountain*lamont
  524. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Town near the Brook*lynton
  525. Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Young Girl, Maiden*lassie
  526. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Goodness*meged
  527. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great Spring*maxwell
  528. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great*more
  529. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Hawaiian form of MARY*mele
  530. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Ill-fated Luck*mallory
  531. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lucky*maimun
  532. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: May*mei
  533. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Meadow*maitland
  534. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mine*mio
  535. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Miracle Worker*maxima
  536. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Moor, Dark Skinned*maurice
  537. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Peaceful*mykel
  538. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*margaux
  539. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*margo
  540. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Protector from the Sea*meredith
  541. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Righteous Way*michi
  542. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sailor*murray
  543. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Scholarly Accomplishments*mendel
  544. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Single, Alone*monita
  545. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Hugh*magee
  546. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Ken or Kenna*mckenna
  547. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Man*manning
  548. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Song-like*melody
  549. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Thrush*mavis
  550. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Tree/Victory*myrtle
  551. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mikko
  552. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wise Little Raccoon*mika
  553. Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wished-For Child*mariam
  554. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Her Life*nakeisha
  555. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New Moon*neona
  556. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pleasant*naomi
  557. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Powerful*nero
  558. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Saint Worshipper*nevina
  559. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Second Wife*nyeki
  560. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Son of NEAL*nelson
  561. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Standing Tall*nibaw
  562. Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: The Flowers*napua
  563. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Golden Woman*orla
  564. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Lives beside the Oaks*ogden
  565. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Ode, Melodic*odette
  566. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Of the Sea*ormanda
  567. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Strong, Courageous*ondrea
  568. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Orient, East*orien
  569. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: To Cross*okal
  570. Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Venerable*oistin
  571. Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Lover of Flowers*philantha
  572. Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Silent Worker (From Penelope)*penny
  573. Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small*paola
  574. Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Stone*petronella
  575. Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: How much*quant
  576. Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Queen or Female Companion*queenie
  577. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Grand*ronda
  578. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Island*rylan
  579. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Link Together*rivka
  580. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Over the Red River*redford
  581. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Peaceful, Queen*reina
  582. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*ranee
  583. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Roses*rhoda
  584. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Satisfied*reda
  585. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Steward*reeves
  586. Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wise Protection*raymond
  587. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Jane, God is Gracious*sheena
  588. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Long, Heavy Nail*spike
  589. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Ostrich from Water*sadira
  590. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Red*scarlett
  591. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rocky Meadow*stanley
  592. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Shipmaster*skipper
  593. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Stem of Bamboo*shino
  594. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: To Stain*sully
  595. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Treasure, Prize*sima
  596. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Valuable*sterling
  597. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Warrior*sloan
  598. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wealthy*sumana
  599. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Well-going*sivney
  600. Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wisdom*sonia
  601. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Fairy Queen*tania
  602. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A measure of land*tate
  603. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Land of Owen, Young Soldier*tyrone
  604. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mirror Image*toshi
  605. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mole, Gopher*topo
  606. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nation, Tribe*taifa
  607. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Perfect*tamma
  608. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: River*tyne
  609. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Rocky Hill*taran
  610. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Sad*trista
  611. Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Pure One*thrine
  612. Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: To Arrive*uday
  613. Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Wolf*ulf
  614. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Great*velika
  615. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Health or Love*valentina
  616. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vito
  617. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Longings are Waterfalls*visola
  618. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Small*vaughn
  619. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Truth*verda
  620. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Youthful*verne
  621. Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Youthful*vernon
  622. Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Path of a Wolf*wolfgang
  623. Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Shield*walta
  624. Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: The Path thru the Woods*woodrow
  625. Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: To Wade in Water*wade
  626. Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: WANG        Desire*xi
  627. Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Quiet*yoshi
  628. Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Son*yaro
  629. Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Strength of God*yael
  630. Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Violet Flower*yoland
  631. Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Growing*zaida
  632. Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Present*zavad
  633. Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: The Lord is my Rock*zuriel
  634. Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: White Wave*zenevieva
  635. Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Zeal*zelia
  636. Back in the day at Walt Disney studios, Walt's brother Ray (yes, Ray) reportedly peddled what to employees on the lot*insurance
  637. Baklava is a form of....*dessert
  638. Barbie's nautical-sounding sister*skipper
  639. BaseBall - The Chicago ____*cubs
  640. Baseball the st louis ______*cardinals
  641. Baseball: the Baltimore ________*orioles
  642. Basketball the Boston ___________*celtics
  643. Bat Masterson was a sportswriter for what paper*morning telegraph
  644. Beasley how much does park place cost in monopoly*four hundred fifty dollars
  645. Because metal was scarce during world war ii, of what were the oscars made*wood
  646. Because Moses felt he was "slow of speech and slow of tongue", who often acted as his spokesperson*aaron
  647. Ben Affleck played CT on what 80's science education television show?*Voyage of the Mimi
  648. Benazir Bhutto regained power in 1993 after being ousted how many years before*three*3
  649. Biko was involved in what protest movement?*Apartheid
  650. Bill justis was a studio musician when he recorded this 'sloppy' instrumental in october 1957*raunchy
  651. Bill Watterson, cartoonist for Calvin & Hobbes, is the first cartoonist to use what word in his cartoon*booger
  652. Biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment*ecosystem
  653. Bismarck is the capital of ______*north dakota
  654. Bissau is the capital of ______*guinea-bissau
  655. Bond: What was the first James Bond film?*Dr. No
  656. Book of the Old Testament, third of the five biblical books called the Pentateuch?*leviticus
  657. Born May 7, 1901, He Starred In This Movie: Dallas - 1950*gary cooper
  658. British rock-music group that rivaled the popularity of the group's early contemporaries, The Beatles*the rolling stones
  659. Briton's say 'tarmac', Americans say ________*runway
  660. Brothers A terrapin is a type of _________.*Turtle
  661. Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone own which London restaurant*planet hollywood
  662. Buenos Aires is the capital of ______ *argentina
  663. Burn to stop the flow of blood*cauterize
  664. By what Alias does Ferris Bueller get into Chez Luis?*Abe Frohman
  665. By what name is Maurice Micklewhite better known*michael caine
  666. By what name is the bird Troglodytes Troglodytes better known WREN
  667. By what other name do we know table tennis*ping pong
  668. By who was gerald ford almost assassinated*squeaky fromme
  669. Can a bat stand up*no
  670. Can a platypus see under water*no
  671. Can you swim in the sea of showers*no
  672. Canada is seperated on an imaginary line along the ______*49th parallel
  673. Capital cities: Finland*helsinki
  674. Carmenta is the roman goddess of ______*childbirth
  675. Carolyn Weston's novel Poor, Poor Ophelia was the basis for what show*streets of san francisco
  676. Carter what do goldfish lose if kept in dimly lit or running water*colour
  677. Cat stevens 'want's to try to love again but ______' *the first cut is the
  678. Category: 1980s GrabBag : He lost the 1977 NYC mayoral bid before taking successful aim at Albany*mario cuomo
  679. Category: 1980s GrabBag: Country that saw 32 of its citizens convicted of spying from 1981-88*united states
  680. Category: 1980s GrabBag: First shortstop since Carew to lead all-star voting 2 years in a row*ozzie smith
  681. Category: 1980s GrabBag: The last team Tom Seaver tried to pitch for*new york mets
  682. Category: 1980s GrabBag: This country's President Zia ul-Haq was killed in a 1988 plane crash*pakistan
  683. Category: 1993 The Year: billion of financial aid went to this nation.*russia
  684. Category: 1993 The Year: This man became South Korea's first civilian leader.*kim young sam
  685. Category: 19th Cent Art: The two prominent subjects in Sir Edwin Landseer's "Man Proposes, God Disposes"*polar bear
  686. Category: 60s: First nation ever to resign from the united nations.*indonesia
  687. Category: 70s Authors: Born on the Fourth of July*ron kovic
  688. Category: 70s Authors: The Friends of Eddie Coyle*george v. higgins
  689. Category: 70s Authors: The Summer before the Dark*doris lessing
  690. Category: 70s Authors: The Uses of Enchantment*bruno bettleheim
  691. Category: 80s: G.D. Searle & Co put this brand sweetener on the market in 1983.*nutrasweet
  692. Category: Ad Jingles: They make the very best chocolate.*nestle
  693. Category: Ad Slogans: "Just for the taste of it"*diet coke
  694. Category: Ad Slogans: "You will"*att
  695. Category: Ad Slogans: "You'll love the way we fly"*delta airlines
  696. Category: Ads: This product is named for its chief component, muriate of berberine.*murine
  697. Category: Advertising: Jhirmack hair products were advertised by this beauty.*victoria principal
  698. Category: Advertising: You are advised never to leave home without this.*american express
  699. Category: Alcohol: Monastic order that established the California wine industry*franciscan
  700. Category: American Beers - State: Icehouse:*wisconsin
  701. Category: Anatomy : Your ____ holds your head to your shoulders.*neck
  702. Category: Anime: What is the name of the male lead in _Vision of Escaflowne_*van fanel
  703. Category: Anime: What is the name of the most recent Tenchi Muyo series*shin tenchi muyo
  704. Category: Artists Hometowns: Steve Miller*madison
  705. Category: Arts : In what field of study would you find "flying buttresses"*architecture
  706. Category: Asimov Anthony: In the Xanth series, what is our world called*mundania
  707. Category: Astronomy : Does Uranus have an aurora*yes
  708. Category: Astronomy : This cluster of stars is also known as the Seven Sisters.*pleiades
  709. Category: Astronomy : What is the name for a group of stars*constellation
  710. Category: Author: How To Win Friends and Influence People*dale carnegie
  711. Category: Authors: The Prince of Tides*conroy
  712. Category: Barbie Dolls: Barbie's "MOD'ern" cousin*francie
  713. Category: Barbie: Barbie variety with suntanned skin*malibu
  714. Category: Barbie: Complete the Barbie outfit name : Here Comes The -----*bride
  715. Category: Barbie: Ken's buddy*allan
  716. Category: Barbie: What Barbie wears when she visits Japan*kimono
  717. Category: Beer: The process of extracting sugar from malt by soaking in water.*mashing
  718. Category: Bestsellers: Lake Wobegon is located in this state*minnesota
  719. Category: Bestsellers: Noble House can be found in this British colony*hong kong
  720. Category: Bestsellers: The first horror novel to reach the top, it became a Linda Blair movie*the exorcist
  721. Category: Bestsellers: The shortest bestselling title, by either Hepburn or King*me
  722. Category: Biology : Every human has one of these on their tummies.*navel
  723. Category: Books for the Bored: Who maintained law and order in Noddy's Toyland*mr. plod
  724. Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah?*richard bach
  725. Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles*andrews
  726. Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Men to Match My Mountains?*irving stone
  727. Category: Books: Author of One Police Plaza, 1984 best-seller.*caunitz
  728. Category: Books: Little girls are made of sugar, spice, and ---------- ----.*everything nice
  729. Category: Books: Men Against the Sea was part two of this trilogy.*bounty
  730. Category: Books: The author of "Heidi".*johanna spyri
  731. Category: Books: This event prompted Mailer to write The Naked and the Dead.*pearl harbor
  732. Category: Books: This novel inspired the TV series "The Six Million Dollar Man"*cyborg
  733. Category: Books: Wrote The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge.*castaneda
  734. Category: Booze Grabbag: Spice that a bartender would dust your Brandy Flip with*nutmeg
  735. Category: Booze Names: 1 oz. gin and 1 oz. orange juice.*orange blossom
  736. Category: Booze Names: 1 oz. gin, 1/2 oz. dry vermouth, 1/2 oz. sweet vermouth, 1/2 oz. orange juice*bronx cocktail
  737. Category: Booze Names: Vodka, consomme, lemon, tabasco sauce, salt, pepper, celery salt.*bullshot
  738. Category: Cars: Combine a Van & a Car & you get this word.*caravan
  739. Category: Cars: Sister car of the Nissan Quest.*mercury villager
  740. Category: Cars: The original name for this Pontiac car was the Banshee, for its mythicality.*firebird
  741. Category: Cars: Volvo's chairman resigned in 1993 in protest of a merger with this automaker.*renault
  742. Category: Cartoon Trivia : In what year did both Peanuts and Beetle Bailey first appear*1950
  743. Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Alley Oop's girl friend*oola
  744. Category: Cartoon Trivia : On what T.V. show could Tom Terrific be found*captain kangaroo
  745. Category: Cartoon Trivia : Tess Trueheart married which plainclothes detective*dick tracy
  746. Category: Cartoon Trivia : What type of plant does Broom Hilda sell*venus flytrap
  747. Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the name of Speed Racer's car*the mach five
  748. Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is Snoopy's arch enemy*baron
  749. Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who says, "Th-th-th-that's all folks!"*porky pig
  750. Category: Celebrity Lovers: What is the FIRST NAME of U.S. Vice President Al Gore's wife*tipper
  751. Category: Celebrity: The director of Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark*stephen spielberg
  752. Category: Character Creators: Henry Esmond*william thackery
  753. Category: Character Creators: Jane Eyre*charlotte bronte
  754. Category: Chemistry : What is the main component of air*nitrogen
  755. Category: Childrens Literature: Childrens' series that is really a religious allegory. (C.S. Lewis)*chronicles of narnia
  756. Category: Childrens Literature: Judy Blume's first childrens' best seller*the tales of a fourth grade nothing
  757. Category: Childrens Literature: Leonard Wibberly on the Duchy of Grand Fenwick?*the mouse that roared
  758. Category: Chips: Dielectric thickness can be calculated from this electrical measurement*capacitance
  759. Category: Chips: Early MOSFET pioneer, Stanford grad & author of the EE's device bible:*sze
  760. Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand, or Robert Guillaume and shrubs.*benson and hedges
  761. Category: Civil War: USA Colonel who led the famed bayonet charge down Little Round Top*joshua lawrence chamberlain
  762. Category: Classic Board Games: What large game company's logo contains a spiral*parker brothers
  763. Category: Clive Barker: To the Seerkind, normal people are known as _______ (Weaveworld)*cuckoos
  764. Category: Clothes: This company's logo is a sailboat.*nautica
  765. Category: Clothes: Three-letter clothing outlet, or a space or void.*gap
  766. Category: Contemporary Authors: Washington D.C., Myra Breckinridge*gore vidal
  767. Category: Couples: Miss Piggy and ______*kermit
  768. Category: Couples: Romeo and ______*juliet
  769. Category: Couples: Sluggo and ______*nancy
  770. Category: Crime Stories: He played Caspar Gutman in the 1941 John Huston film*sydney greenstreet
  771. Category: Crime Stories: Raymond Chandler's gumshoe*phillip marlowe
  772. Category: Crime Writers: The Hot Rock*donald e. westlake
  773. Category: Cyberpunk: Cyberpunk term for "logging in" to a cyberspace system:*jacking in
  774. Category: Cyberpunk: In this predecessor of Cyberpunk novels, the hero was Guy Montag:*fahrenheit 451
  775. Category: Dandy Candy: "There's no wrong way of eating" this.*reeses peanut butter cups
  776. Category: DC Secret Identities: Kay Challis*crazy jane
  777. Category: DC Secret Identities: Maggie Sawyer*maggie sawyer
  778. Category: Definitions : --isms: The theory that man cannot prove the existence of a god.*agnosticism
  779. Category: Definitions : -isms: Excessive emphasis on financial gain.*commercialism
  780. Category: Definitions : A receptacle for holy water is a(n) ________.*font
  781. Category: Definitions : Any object worn as a charm may be called a(n) _______.*amulet
  782. Category: Definitions : Doraphobia is the fear of _________.*fur
  783. Category: Definitions : Eleutherophobia is a fear of ___________.*freedom
  784. Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: A crime more serious than a misdemeanor.*felony
  785. Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: The people chosen to render a verdict in a court.*jury
  786. Category: Definitions : The study of man and culture is known as ________.*anthropology
  787. Category: Definitions : The study of natural phenomena: motion, forces, light, sound, etc. is called ______.*physics
  788. Category: Definitions : The study of religion is _________.*theology
  789. Category: Definitions : This word is used as the international radio distress call.*mayday
  790. Category: Definitions : What is a dried plum called*prune
  791. Category: Definitions : What is the common name for a Japanese dwarf tree*bonsai
  792. Category: Devils Dictionary: A ship big enough to carry two in fair weather, but only one in foul*friendship
  793. Category: Devils Dictionary: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her*bride
  794. Category: Dr Seuss: The Big-hearted Moose*thidwick
  795. Category: Dr Seuss: This elephant hatched and egg and heard a who*horton
  796. Category: Easy People: Name the queen who tells the stories of _One Thousand and One Nights_.*scheherezade
  797. Category: Emoticons: (^o^)*happiness
  798. Category: Emoticons: :D*big smile
  799. Category: Famous Canadians: Known for her series of books about Anne Shirley.*lucy maud montgomery
  800. Category: Famous Canadians: Portly comedian, Second City alum, and CFL franchise co-owner.*john candy
  801. Category: Famous Gills: Montreal University that more ore less fits the category.*mcgill university
  802. Category: Famous People: Which actress married Richard Burton twice*elizabeth taylor
  803. Category: Fashion: Model that married David Bowie.*iman
  804. Category: Fast Food: Chain with a hat as a logo, makes roast beef burgers among other things.*arbys
  805. Category: Fast Food: Lots of people like this brown liquid with fries.*gravy
  806. Category: Fast Food: This "Fresh is the taste" chain is -everywhere-.*subway
  807. Category: Fictional Detectives: Creator of Perry Mason.*erle stanley gardner
  808. Category: Food and Drink : Mustard, ketchup and onions on a hotdog are all ___________.*condiments
  809. Category: Food: Mexican dish with minced and seasoned meat packed in cornmeal and corn husks.*tamale
  810. Category: French Food AKA: Delicate egg whites baked at a high temperature, literally means "a breath"*souffle
  811. Category: Fun : Cocktails: Cognac (brandy) and white creme de menthe make a(n) _____________.*stinger
  812. Category: Games : How many balls are used in a game of snooker in addition to the cue ball*twenty-one
  813. Category: Games : Name the only woman suspect in the game of "Cluedo" who isn't married.*miss scarlett
  814. Category: General : At one time, 6 white beads of this Indian currency were worth one penny*wampum
  815. Category: General : Baseballer Joe Schlabotnik's greatest fan*charlie brown
  816. Category: General : Originally made in Nimes, France, this fabric was called serge denimes*denim
  817. Category: General : The 2 months added when the Roman calendar was expanded from 10 to 12 months*january & february
  818. Category: General : The Russian sled drawn by 3 horses abreast*troika
  819. Category: General Knowledge : What is this sign called "&"*ampersand
  820. Category: Generation X Toys: Atari competitor that featured better graphics.*intellevision
  821. Category: Generation X Toys: Large plastic animals gobbled marbles in this game.*hungry hungry hippos
  822. Category: Geographic Trivia : What is the most populous city in North America*mexico
  823. Category: Geography : In what city is the Smithsonian Institute*washington
  824. Category: Geography : In which city is Red Square*moscow
  825. Category: Geography : In which city is the Coliseum located*rome
  826. Category: Geography : Into what body of water does the Danube River flow*black sea
  827. Category: Geography : Linz, Austria is a leading port on which river*danube
  828. Category: Geography : Madrid and Lisbon are both located near this river.*tagus
  829. Category: Geography : Name the continent that consists of a single country.*australia
  830. Category: Geography : Name the longest river in Asia.*yangtze
  831. Category: Geography : On what island is the Blue Grotto*capri
  832. Category: Geography : On what peninsula are Spain and Portugal located*the iberia n peninsula
  833. Category: Geography : On which river is the Aswan High Dam*nile
  834. Category: Geography : The sun sets in the ____*west
  835. Category: Geography : What canal connects Lake Ontario and Lake Erie*welland
  836. Category: Geography : What city is the Christian Science Monitor based in*boston
  837. Category: Geography : What country formed the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar*tanzania
  838. Category: Geography : What English city does the Prime Meridian pass through*greenwich
  839. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Andorra*andorra la vella
  840. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Angola*luanda
  841. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Australia*canberra
  842. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bhutan*thimphu
  843. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Colorado*denver
  844. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Equatorial Guinea*malabo
  845. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Finland*helsinki
  846. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Iraq*baghdad
  847. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ireland*dublin
  848. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kuwait*kuwait city
  849. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Monaco*monaco
  850. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Niger*niamey
  851. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Papua New Guinea*port moresby
  852. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Solomon Islands*honiara
  853. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Switzerland*bern
  854. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tanzania*dar es salaam
  855. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tonga*nuku'alofa
  856. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Turkmenistan*ashkhabad
  857. Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tuvalu*fanafuti
  858. Category: Geography : What is the highest mountain in Canada*mt. logan
  859. Category: Geography : What is the largest of the countries in Central America*nicaragua
  860. Category: Geography : What is the official language of Egypt*arabic
  861. Category: Geography : What mountain range separates Europe from Asia*urals
  862. Category: Geography : What U.S. state is known as The Land of 10,000 Lakes*minnesota
  863. Category: Geography : Where is Beacon Street*boston
  864. Category: Geography : Which Central American country extends furthest north*belize
  865. Category: Geography : Which city is known as Motown*detroit
  866. Category: Geography : Which element makes up 2.83% of the Earth's crust*sodium
  867. Category: Geography : Which element makes up 5% of the Earth's crust*iron
  868. Category: Geography : Which Irish city is famous for its crystal*waterford
  869. Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's fourth largest continent*south america
  870. Category: Geography : Which state is the Garden State*new jersey
  871. Category: Geography : Which U.S. city is known as the Biggest Little City in the World*reno
  872. Category: Geography : Which U.S. state borders a Canadian territory*alaska
  873. Category: Geogrpahy : Name the capital city of Utah.*salt lake city
  874. Category: Geology : The violet variety of quartz is called ________.*amethyst
  875. Category: Happy Days takes place in this city.*milwaukee
  876. Category: History : General Sherman burned this city in 1864.*atlanta
  877. Category: History : He ruled Rome when Christ was born.*caesar augustus
  878. Category: History : In what year of WW II did Russia declare war on Japan*1945
  879. Category: History : In which country did the Boxer Rebellion take place*china
  880. Category: History : Israel occupied the Golan Heights. Whose territory was it*syria
  881. Category: History : Name the incident in which tea was dumped into the harbour.*boston tea party
  882. Category: History : This military attack took place on Dec. 7, 1941.*pearl harbour
  883. Category: History : U.S. President, Herbert C. _________.*hoover
  884. Category: History : What was the instrument of execution during the "Reign of Terror"*guillotine
  885. Category: History : Which military battle took place in 1815*waterloo
  886. Category: History : Which president was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase*jefferson
  887. Category: History : Who succeeded Churchill when he resigned in 1955*sir anthony eden
  888. Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Author of the _Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy_ series.*douglas adams
  889. Category: Hitchhiker Guide: If you stick it in your ear,it acts as a translator by feeding on brain energy.*babel fish
  890. Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Name of the Paranoid Android.*marvin
  891. Category: Holidays: Mithraism's (Sun God worship) big day falls on the same day as this holiday.*christmas
  892. Category: Hollywood : Charles Laughton played Quasimodo in this epic film.*hunchback of notre dame
  893. Category: Hollywood : Film Title: Fahrenheit ________ (a number).*451
  894. Category: Hollywood : Forrest ____ liked shrimp.*gump
  895. Category: Hollywood : He directed the movie E.T.*stephen spielberg
  896. Category: Hollywood : In "Gone With the Wind", Scarlett regains her wealth by investing in what type of business*sawmill
  897. Category: Hollywood : This was the first cartoon talking picture.*steamboat willie
  898. Category: Hollywood : What is the name of the Volkswagen in the film, "The Love Bug"*herbie
  899. Category: Hollywood : What was Dorothy's last name in "The Wizard of Oz"*gale
  900. Category: Hollywood : What was the first film directed by Robert Redford*ordinary people
  901. Category: Hollywood : Which character in "Forrest Gump" loved shrimp*bubba
  902. Category: Hollywood : Which planet was the "Planet of the Apes"*earth
  903. Category: Hollywood : Who played Brad Pitt's cop partner in the movie "Seven"*morgan freeman
  904. Category: In what languages except english did Einstuerzende Neubauten record 'blume' *french and japanese
  905. Category: Intl Beers: Prestige Stout:*haiti
  906. Category: Junk Food: Puffy white soft pillows of sugar; good raw or roasted over a campfire*marshmallows
  907. Category: Junk Food: Soft drink with the slogan: "For a new generation"*pepsi
  908. Category: Junk Food: The southern (U.S.) word for these are "goobers"*peanuts
  909. Category: Kids in the Hall: A Mark McKinney character says "I'm _ your head!"*crushing
  910. Category: Langauge : Many Meanings: Fuel, vapor, flattulence, helium. What is it*gas
  911. Category: Languages : What ONE word fits ____stream; ____hill; _____pour.*down
  912. Category: Literature : From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: To be or not to*hamlet
  913. Category: Literature : This Shakespearean king was the actual king of Scotland for 17 years.*macbeth
  914. Category: Lord of the Rings: From whom did Bilbo obtain The Ring*gollum
  915. Category: Made In Canada: James Labrie's band previous to Dream Theater:*winter rose
  916. Category: Magazines: This magazine used to boast a circulation of 7,777,777.*better homes and gardens
  917. Category: Mathematics : The angles inside a square total _______ degrees.*360
  918. Category: Medicine : A bone specialist is a(n) ________.*osteopath
  919. Category: Medicine : A loss of memory is known as __________.*amnesia
  920. Category: Medicine : Hepatitis affects the __________.*liver
  921. Category: Medicine : How many pints of blood does the average human have in his/her body*twelve
  922. Category: Medicine : Name the largest artery in the human body.*aorta
  923. Category: Misc Games: How much is the luxury tax (in dollars) in Monopoly*75
  924. Category: Misc Games: Word derived from "shah mat", from the arabic for "the king is dead"*checkmate
  925. Category: Music : The Who's rock musical stars Elton John. It's called ________.*tommy
  926. Category: Mythology : The sea gods had a three-pronged spear called a(n) ________.*trident
  927. Category: Mythology : What's heaven to fallen Norse warriors*valhalla
  928. Category: Name That Celebrity: Author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings*j.r.r. tolkein
  929. Category: Name The Poet: The Branch Will Not Break*james wright
  930. Category: Name Their Job: Harold Stassen*mayor
  931. Category: National Anthems: ...At your feet, two oceans roar for your noble mission.*panama
  932. Category: Nature : A one-humped camel is called a _________.*dromedary
  933. Category: Nature : A terrapin is a type of _________.*turtle
  934. Category: Nature : An animal is a fish if it has _________.*gill
  935. Category: Nature : Dogs bark. What do donkeys do*bray
  936. Category: Nature : The fins of which fish are made into a soup*shark
  937. Category: Nature : This animal is the symbol of the U.S. Democratic Party.*donkey
  938. Category: Nature : This animal's shell is used to make attractive jewelry.*abalone
  939. Category: Nature : This ugly creature has patches of red on his rear-end.*mandrill
  940. Category: Nature : What does a camel store in its hump*fat
  941. Category: Nature : What is a male swine called*boar
  942. Category: Nature : What large herbivore sleeps only one hour a night*antelope
  943. Category: Nature : What word is used for a male duck*drake
  944. Category: NetHack: This tool will instantly get your pets around you.*magic whistle
  945. Category: Novelty Songs: Type of car outpacing the Cadillac in "Beep Beep"*nash rambler
  946. Category: Original Titles: The Whale by Herman Melville*moby dick
  947. Category: Peanuts Comics: The catcher on the gang's baseball team.*schroeder
  948. Category: Peanuts Comics: This is what Marci calls Peppermint Patti.*sir
  949. Category: People: Director of the FBI who lived from 1895-1972.*j. edgar hoover
  950. Category: People: First female cabinet member.*oveta hobby
  951. Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: DRKSKY*delta romeo kilo sierra kilo yankee
  952. Category: Pinball: Rudy the dummy says "It's only pinball!" in this 1991 machine*funhouse
  953. Category: Pinball: This mammoth 1979 Atari game featured a pool-ball sized pinball*hercules
  954. Category: Potpourri: First state to secede from the Union in 1861*south carolina
  955. Category: Potpourri: The worlds first drive-in church was in this state*florida
  956. Category: Potpourri: This Greek admiral of Darius I sailed upto the the Indus river in the 5thc*scylax
  957. Category: Quite a Year for Plums_*bailey white
  958. Category: Quotes: "A cynic is someone who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.*wilde
  959. Category: Quotes: How do I love thee?*elizabeth browning
  960. Category: Religion : Followers of the Unification Church are called ________.*moonies
  961. Category: Religion : Name the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.*yom kippur
  962. Category: Say Cheese: Norwegian origin; caramel flavor; sandwich, snack.*gjetost
  963. Category: Say Cheese: Probably French origin; tangy, sharp; appetizer, salad, dessert.*blue
  964. Category: Say Cheese: Swiss origin; nutty, sharper than Swiss; cooking, dessert.*gruyere
  965. Category: Scents: Charlie and Jontue manufacturer*revlon
  966. Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Meg & Timothy series...*madeleine lengle
  967. Category: Sci Fi Authors: Nancy _r_ss*nancy kress
  968. Category: Sci Fi Authors: Ursula Le____*ursula leguin
  969. Category: Sci Fi: L. Ron Hubbard began writing this series but died before finishing.*mission earth
  970. Category: Sci Fi: Publisher who used to write sci-fi short stories, Lester ___ ___.*del rey
  971. Category: Sci Fi: The number of Rama spacecraft to reach the solar system*three
  972. Category: Science : Ethylene glycol is frequently used in automobiles.. How*anti-freeze
  973. Category: Science : The filament of a regular light bulb is usually made of ________.*tungsten
  974. Category: Science : The name for the Russian equivalent of Skylab is ________.*salyut
  975. Category: Science : The vernal equinox is the beginning of ________.*spring
  976. Category: Second City : Rabat-Sale*morocco
  977. Category: Sherlock Holmes: 'The five orange pips' saw Holmes oppose this racist organization*ku klux klan
  978. Category: Sherlock Holmes: This famous thriller writer was Dr Watson in the '32 film The Sign of Four*ian fleming
  979. Category: Sherlock Holmes: To where does Holmes finally retire?*sussex downs
  980. Category: Smallish lunchtime pizzas from Pizza Hut are called?*personal pan
  981. Category: Snow Crash: Name the book's main character*hiro protagonist
  982. Category: Snow Crash: Name the hacker who is infected with Snow Crash, owner of The Black Sun:*da5id
  983. Category: Snow Crash: What is the language spoken by taxi drivers?*taxilinga
  984. Category: Snow Crash: What is your image or icon called in the metaverse?*avatar
  985. Category: Snow Crash: What security company arrests Y.T. at the beginning of the book?*metacops
  986. Category: Sport : Baseball: The Toronto _________.*bluejays
  987. Category: Sport : Basketball: The Denver _________.*nuggets
  988. Category: Sport : Football: The Baltimore ________.*colts
  989. Category: Sport : Hockey: The Los Angeles ________.*kings
  990. Category: Sport : How many games must you win to win a normal set in tennis*six
  991. Category: Sport : How many players are there on a water polo team*seven
  992. Category: Sport : In which sport is the term "wishbone" used*football
  993. Category: Sport : In which sport is the term, "Hang ten" used*surfing
  994. Category: Sport : What do the letters ERA mean in baseball*earned run average
  995. Category: Sport : What sport has a hooker in a scrum*rugby
  996. Category: Sport : Which is the only position in soccer allowed to handle the ball*goalie
  997. Category: Sports : Where were the 1920 Olympics held*antwerp, belgium
  998. Category: Sports Actors: Besides Field of Dreams, what other baseball movie starred Kevin Costner*bull durham
  999. Category: Stephen King: Maine city which King calls his home*bangor
  1000. Category: Stephen King: Short story featuring a home-made, magic computer?*word processor of the gods
  1001. Category: Stephen King: What trail of Harold's does Stu Redmen follow cross country in the Stand*snickers bar wrappers
  1002. Category: The Bible: The Nebuchadnezzar king was of this nation.*babylon
  1003. Category: The Bible: This part of King Saul's belongings was displayed in the temple of Dagon*his head
  1004. Category: The Royal Family: Prince Charles's title.*prince of wales
  1005. Category: Toys Games: Eva Gabor and Johnny Carson popularized this game by climbing over each other.*twister
  1006. Category: Toys Games: In this game players take turns placing disks on an 8x8 board.*othello
  1007. Category: Trivia : Anzac troops come from which 2 countries*australia and new zealand
  1008. Category: Trivia : At the time of Julius Caesar, who was the ruler of Egypt*cleopatra
  1009. Category: Trivia : Chemically pure gold contains how many karats*twenty four*24
  1010. Category: Trivia : From what is velvet made*silk
  1011. Category: Trivia : How is Samuel Clemens better known*mark twain
  1012. Category: Trivia : How is the mathematically related structure of beads strung on parallel wires in a rectangular frame better known*abacus
  1013. Category: Trivia : How many bits are in a nibble*4
  1014. Category: Trivia : How many faces has an icosahedron*twenty*20
  1015. Category: Trivia : How many gold medals did Jesse Owens win in the 1936 Berlin Olympics*four*4
  1016. Category: Trivia : How many seconds are in a day *86400
  1017. Category: Trivia : In "Star Trek", what colour was Mr Spock's blood*green
  1018. Category: Trivia : In ancient Egypt which animal was considered sacred*cat
  1019. Category: Trivia : In morse code which letter is symbolized by dot dashA
  1020. Category: Trivia : In the Gregorian calendar after 10,000 years by how many days will the calendar be wrong by *three
  1021. Category: Trivia : In the period 978-1016 England was ruled by which "Unready" king*ethelred
  1022. Category: Trivia : In which US city is the Sears tower*chicago
  1023. Category: Trivia : In which year was the Rosetta stone written*196 bc
  1024. Category: Trivia : Jonquil is a shade of which colour*yellow
  1025. Category: Trivia : Most people wear a watch on their ____ wrist.*left
  1026. Category: Trivia : Similes: As cute as a(n) ________.*button
  1027. Category: Trivia : Similes: As graceful as a(n) _________.*swan
  1028. Category: Trivia : Similes: As pale as a(n) ___________.*ghost
  1029. Category: Trivia : The book "Wamyouruijoshou" was the first to use what word*kite
  1030. Category: Trivia : The term Septiquinquennial represents how many years*75
  1031. Category: Trivia : The term Sesquincentennial represents how many years*150
  1032. Category: Trivia : What are noctilucent, cirrus, and cirrostratus categories of*clouds
  1033. Category: Trivia : What city was founded in 753 BC*rome
  1034. Category: Trivia : What did Temujin change his name to*genghis khan
  1035. Category: Trivia : What does the ancient Greek word "electron" mean*amber
  1036. Category: Trivia : What is Harry Houdini famous for being*escapologist
  1037. Category: Trivia : What is the fastest growing species of grass*bamboo
  1038. Category: Trivia : What is the square root of -1 *i
  1039. Category: Trivia : What is the state capital of Florida*tallahassee
  1040. Category: Trivia : What name is given to a settlement which is clustered around a central point*nucleated
  1041. Category: Trivia : What name is given to the point where a river starts*source
  1042. Category: Trivia : What religion was founded by Lao-tzu*taoism
  1043. Category: Trivia : What sport is governed by the rules drafted by the Marquis of Queensbury*boxing
  1044. Category: Trivia : What was Citizen Kane's first name*charles
  1045. Category: Trivia : What was the first transatlantic radio message sent *s
  1046. Category: Trivia : When was the Rosetta stone found*1799
  1047. Category: Trivia : Where are the great Walls of Babylon located in the modern day world*iraq
  1048. Category: Trivia : Which American state is known as the Lone Star State*texas
  1049. Category: Trivia : Which artificial fiber was invented in 1938*nylon
  1050. Category: Trivia : Which famous piece of artwork depcits the Battle of Hastings*bayeux tapestry
  1051. Category: Trivia : Which group of people elect the pope*cardinals
  1052. Category: Trivia : Which group was formed in 1972 by Don Henley and Glen Fry*the eagles
  1053. Category: Trivia : Which living bird has the longest wingspan*the albatross
  1054. Category: Trivia : Which part of a cat's eye reflects light*tapetum
  1055. Category: Trivia : Which people's republic stands between the Bay of Bengal and the foothills of the Himalayas, bordered by India and Burma*bangladesh
  1056. Category: Trivia : Which U.S City is the home of the Mowton Record Company*detroit
  1057. Category: Trivia : Which word is used to mean, malicious enjoyment at the misfortunes of others*schadenfreude
  1058. Category: Trivia : Who appears on the 10,000 dollar (US) note*salmon chase        
  1059. Category: Trivia : Who does the statue, the Colossus of Rhodes, depict*helios
  1060. Category: Trivia : Who invented Tetris *alexi pazhitnov
  1061. Category: Trivia : Who invented the toothbrush*william addis
  1062. Category: Trivia : Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel*michelangelo
  1063. Category: Trivia : Who said 'The greater our knowledge increases, the more our ignorance unfolds'*john f. kennedy
  1064. Category: Trivia : Who was Ancient Egyptian fertility god*min
  1065. Category: Trivia : Who was the first man to reach the North Pole*robert edwin peary
  1066. Category: Trivia : Who was the first woman to fly the Atlantic alone*amelia earhart
  1067. Category: Trivia : Who wrote the Belgariad *leigh and david eddings
  1068. Category: Trivia : Words containing 'ten': A choice cut of meat.*tenderloin
  1069. Category: UK 50s: The 1951 Festival of Britain was centred on which city?*london
  1070. Category: Vampires: Muppet vampire enjoyed doing this.*counting
  1071. Chekhov Quotations: "Doctors can bury their mistakes, Architects can only advise their clients to plant vines."*Frank Lloyd Wright
  1072. Chemical compounds or mixtures that undergo rapid burning or decomposition with the generation of large amounts of gas and heat and the consequent production of sudden pressure effects.*Explosives
  1073. Cheyenne, Navahoe and Arapaho are all what*native american tribes
  1074. Chief monetary unit of germany*deutschmark
  1075. Chub, gudgeon and perch are all types of what*freshwater fish
  1076. Closely related to pascal, niklaus wirth also played a part in what computer language's creation*modula
  1077. Clothes designer Alexander McQueen works for which fashion house*givenchy
  1078. Cocktails: whiskey, angostura bitters, and sugar make an*old fashion
  1079. Common name for a large sea turtle, named for the color of its fat, although the animal is brownish overall*green turtle
  1080. common name for a large sea turtle, named for the color of its fat, although the animal is brownish overall?*green turtle
  1081. Common ore of iron, and one of the most commonly occurring minerals in nature*Goethite
  1082. Company what is the abbreviation for lake minnetonka*lake tonka
  1083. Complete this saying 'All ship shape and'*bristol fashion
  1084. Condition in a circuit in which the combined impedances of the capacity and induction to alternating currents cancel each other out or reinforce each other?*Resonance
  1085. Confuscious Say: He who ------ in church, sits in own pew.*farts
  1086. Confuscious Say: Man who run behind car get ----------.*exhausted
  1087. Confuscious Say: Nail on board is not good as -------- on bench.*screw
  1088. Conifer with dark foliage*cypress
  1089. Conventionally middle class materialist*bourgeois
  1090. Coolidge what heisman trophy winner returned his first nfl kickoff for a touchdown*tim brown
  1091. Countries of the world:northern part of central American Isthmus, major cities include Quezaltenango & Escuintla*guatemala
  1092. Countries of the world:western Asia, the capital is Tehran*iran
  1093. Countries of the world:western coast of South American, major cities include Arequipa & Trujillo*peru
  1094. Creation of programs, databases etc.for computer applications*authoring
  1095. Credit card on which magnetically encoded information is stored to be read by an electronic device*swipe card
  1096. Creek what position has been held by 266 men, 33 of whom have died violently*pope
  1097. Crusher Which word is derived from "user of hashish"*assassin
  1098. Dakar is the capital of ______*senegal
  1099. Days of the week - whats the only day named for a planet*saturday
  1100. Death of body tissue usually caused by bad circulation*gangrene
  1101. Decorations what shadow team driver was killed testing, prior to the 1974 south african grand prix*peter revson
  1102. Delage guy delage claimed to be the first person to swim across which ocean*atlantic ocean
  1103. Denver is the capital of ______*colorado
  1104. Did you know that if ________________ had not been shot, & not convicted for killing JFK, he would have been convicted for killing Officer Tippet*lee harvey oswald
  1105. Dirk, poniard, and stiletto are all types of what*daggers
  1106. Disease of animals, especially birds, monkeys, & humans, caused by infection by protozoans of the genus plasmodium & characterized by chills & intermittent fever*malaria
  1107. Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": Four characters' wigs are made of -------------: Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Madame de la Grande Bouche, and the Sugar Bowl from "Be Our Guest."*yak hair
  1108. Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": The 30-inch length human hair needed to build Belle's wig was specially imported from ------------------*india
  1109. Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": The Beast's tail is made up of seven yards of -----------------*human hair
  1110. Do arteries carry blood towards or away from the heart*away
  1111. Does a cat groom itself more in cold weather or in warm weather*warm
  1112. Does Barry Manilow know you raid his wardrobe?*Breakfast Club
  1113. Does elizabeth ii face to the left or right on a british coin *right
  1114. Doraphobia is the fear of _________*fur
  1115. Driving: what country is identified by the letter b*belgium
  1116. During supersonic flight, what temperature does the skin on the nose of a concorde reach*two hundred and sixty degrees fahrenheit
  1117. During which conflict did the battles of Alma and Inkermann take place*the crimean war
  1118. During World War II, which London theatre boasted, "We never closed"*the windmill
  1119. Dutch-born Swiss scientist, who discovered basic principles of fluid behavior*daniel bernoulli
  1120. Earth's outer layer of surface soil or crust is called the _____________.*lithosphere
  1121. Edgar allan poe introduced mystery fiction's first fictional detective, auguste c. dupin, in what 1841 story*the murders in the rue morgue
  1122. Edgar Allan Poe introduced mystery fictions first fictional detective, Auguste C. Dupin, in what 1841 story*the murders in the rue morgue
  1123. Effect that occurs when two or more waves overlap or intersect*interference
  1124. Eglantine Jebb founded which charitable organisation*save the children fund
  1125. Either of the contibuters to the 4-note Hindol "Taril ha juj Girlja Shankur"*marathe
  1126. El cid was the name of what college's mascot goat*annapolis naval academy
  1127. Electrical circuit made by depositing conductive material on the surface of an insulating base*printed circuit board
  1128. Eve of All Saints Day*halloween
  1129. Every human first spent about half an hour as a single what*cell
  1130. Excessive discharge of blood from blood vessels, caused by pathological condition of the vessels or by traumatic rupture of one or more vessels*haemmorage
  1131. Excluding man, what is the longest lived land mammal*elephant
  1132. Famous Last Words: Let it down -------.*slowly
  1133. Famous Last Words: You wouldn't hit a guy with -------- on, would you.*glasses
  1134. Fandible, lateral line, & dorsal fin are parts of a(n) ________*fish
  1135. Fear of dryness is called*xerophobia
  1136. Fife the only member of the band zz top without a beard has what last name*beard
  1137. Fill in: blind as a ___*bat
  1138. Film: who played "sister agnes" in agnes of god*meg tilly
  1139. Film: who played an indian in tell them willie boy is here*katharine ross
  1140. Fired unglazed pottery*bisque
  1141. Fishy short story also known as Creation Took Eight Days*goldfish bowl
  1142. Floating wreckage at sea*flotsam
  1143. Fluid produced in the lacrimal glands above the outside corner of each eye*tears
  1144. Football the chicago ______*bears
  1145. Football the new orleans ______*saints
  1146. Football the San Diego ______*chargers
  1147. Football the seattle ________*seahawks
  1148. For how long is the note sustained at the end of the beatles' song 'a day in the life'*forty seconds
  1149. For how much did peter minuit buy manhattan island*24 dollars
  1150. For the development of a vaccine against which disease is Jonas Edward Salk best remembered*poliomyelitis (polio)
  1151. For what did the knights of the round table search*the holy grail
  1152. For what genre of book is isaac asimov famous*science fiction
  1153. For what is the Italian town of Carrara world famous*marble
  1154. For which ad campaign was the line 'i can't believe i ate the whole thing' used*alka seltzer
  1155. For which decoration do the letters C.G.M. stand*conspicuous gallantry medal
  1156. Form of visible electric discharge between rain clouds or between a rain cloud and the earth (Electricity)?*lightning
  1157. Former baseball star chuck connors hits a bull's-eye with adult-western*rifleman
  1158. Founded in 1896, what was IBM formerly called*tabulating machine company
  1159. Four European countries keep Greenwich Mean Time. The UK and Ireland are two, name either of the others*iceland*Portugal
  1160. Fox what is the capital of idaho*boise
  1161. Francophobia is a fear of ______*anything french
  1162. From what material is the ring made in Sumo Wrestling*clay
  1163. From what words is dublin derived*dubh linn
  1164. From which American state do the Bighorn Mountains arch northwest into southern Montana*wyoming
  1165. From which Marx Brothers film comes the line 'Either he's dead, or my watch has stopped*a day at the races
  1166. From which plant family do vanilla pods come*orchid*orchidaceae
  1167. From which Shakespeare play does the line 'All the world's a stage' come*as you like it
  1168. Generals Gowon, Abasanjo and Abacha have all been leaders of which African State*nigeria
  1169. Generation X Toys: Once scarce, pudgy dolls that came with their own birth certificates*cabbage patch kids
  1170. Genus of annual and perennial herbs (Buttercup) containing about 20 species, grown for their showy flowers.*Adonis
  1171. Geography: ----------- is smaller than the state of Montana (116,304 square miles and 147,138 square miles, respectively).*italy
  1172. Geography: --------------- got its start as a major tourist destination during the early days of World War II. German U-boats threats off the eastern United States compelled the wealthy to find new places to vacation. At one time one had to be a millionaire to enjoy ----------, but that hasn't been the case for years.*acapulco
  1173. Geography: Coral reefs, sometimes called the "rain forests of the sea," cover more than 6,500 square miles in the -------------, the Gulf of Mexico, off Florida, and the Pacific. They are home to an estimated 550 species of fish, and are major tourist attractions.*caribbean
  1174. Geography: For centuries, Spain's ----------------- has been and still is one of the world's largest.*fishing fleet
  1175. Geography: In ----------------, the Presidential highway links the towns of Gore and Clinton.*new zealand
  1176. Geography: One prominent feature of the Greek climate is its ample sunshine. The sun shines in Greece about 3,000 hours per year. Greece's heavily indented shores give the country extraordinary beauty, quite unique in the --------------. The length of the Greek coastline is estimated at 15,000 kilometers.Mediterranean
  1177. Geography: Ruby Falls, America's highest underground waterfall open to the public, is located on historic Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, ---------------*tennessee
  1178. Geography: The -------- river has frozen over at least twice, in 829 and 1010 A.D.*nile
  1179. Geography: The ------------- got its name from the occasionally extensive blooms of algae that, upon dying, turn the sea's normally intense blue-green waters to red.*red sea
  1180. Geography: The --------------- comprises an area as large as Europe. Its total land mass is some 3,565,565 square miles.*sahara desert
  1181. Geography: The city of Los Angeles is more than one-third the size of the entire state of --------------*rhode island
  1182. Geography: The Federated States of -----------, located at the Eastern Caroline Islands in the northwest Pacific Ocean, has more than 600 islands and 40 volcanos.*micronesia
  1183. Geography: The highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis in western ----------, is just 4,406 feet high. In many other countries, a "mountain" of this size would be considered something less than a large hill.*scotland
  1184. Geography: The longest main street in America, 33 miles in length, can be found in Island Park, ----------*idaho
  1185. Geography: Twenty-three states in the U.S. border an ------------*ocean
  1186. Geography: Under a treaty dating back to 1918, if the Grimaldis of --------- should ever be without a male heir, --------- would cease to exist as a sovereign state and would become a self-governing French protectorate.*monaco
  1187. Geography: Yuma, ------------ has the most sun of any locale in the U.S. - it averages sunny skies 332 days a year.*arizona
  1188. George Stephenson was born in what year*1781
  1189. Guiyaquil is the largest city in which country*ecuador
  1190. Haggard as what is merle haggard also known as*okie from muskogee
  1191. Half years who made her show business debut at the age of 2 1/2 as part of her family's vaudeville act on the 'new grand theater stage'*judy garland
  1192. Harrison What do the San Joaquin kit fox, Hawaiian hawk and Ocelot have in common*endangered species
  1193. Haven What was the name of Flash Gordon's girlfriend*dale arden
  1194. he said 'i have nothing to offer but blood, tears, toil and sweat'?*winston churchill
  1195. Heavier-than-air craft that derives its lift not from fixed wings like those of conventional airplanes, but from a power-driven rotor or rotors, revolving on a vertical axis above the fuselage?*helicopter
  1196. Hippophobia is a fear of ______*horses
  1197. Hockey the vancouver _______*canucks
  1198. Hoffman who wrote about a british agent named george smiley*john le carr
  1199. Hours how many times do your ribs move every year during breathing*five million
  1200. Household items such as television sets and audio equipment are know as*brown goods
  1201. How did Mark Chapman shock the world*shot john lennon
  1202. how did Rose Nilin's husband Charlie die on The Golden Girls?*He died of a heart Attack while making love to Rose.
  1203. How did the crew of Red Dwarf get brought back to life?*By Nanobots
  1204. how does the mermaid buy the gift for tom hanks in "splash"?*her necklace
  1205. How far does the cruise liner 'queen elizabeth ii' move for each gallon of diesel it burns*six inches
  1206. How is abba calling for help*sos
  1207. How long does it take a fully loaded supertanker to stop from travelling at normal speed*twenty minutes
  1208. How long was Jonah in the whale's stomach*3 days
  1209. How many blades are there on a kayak paddle*two*2
  1210. How many bonus points in Scrabble if all seven tiles played at once*fifty*50
  1211. How many cards are there in each suit of a standard deck*thirteen*13
  1212. How many children did adam and eve have*three
  1213. How many children did president william henry harrison have*ten
  1214. How many cigars did Sir Winston Churchill ration himself to a day *fifteen*15
  1215. How many consecutive years was the ed sullivan show on tv*twenty three*23
  1216. How many days were the american hostages held in Iran*four hundred & forty four*444
  1217. How many feet are there in one fathom*six
  1218. How many folds does a monopoly board have*one
  1219. How many letters are used for roman numerals*seven
  1220. How many member states are there in the United Arab Emirates*seven*7
  1221. How many miles are there in a league*three*3
  1222. How many people did andrew cunanan kill before killing gianni versace*four
  1223. How many players are there in a men's lacrosse team*ten
  1224. How many sheets of paper are there in a ream*five hundred*500
  1225. How many sides does a dodecagon have*twelve
  1226. How many stitches are on a regulation baseball*one hundred and eight
  1227. How many teeth does a walrus have*eighteen
  1228. How many VCs were awarded in the Falklands War*two
  1229. How many years elapsed between the creation of the Republic of Vietnam and Saigon falling to the communists*thirty
  1230. How old are oak trees before they produce acorns*fifty
  1231. How old was leann rhimes when she became a country music star*fourteen
  1232. Hudson how many points are awarded to the winning driver of a formula 1 grand prix race*ten
  1233. Hukusai and Hiroshige were famous Japanese what*artists
  1234. Hydrophobophobia is the fear of*rabies
  1235. I1948 Olivia ---------- -John (in Cambridge, England), singer, born. *newton
  1236. If a chemical is 'anhydrous' what does it not contain*water
  1237. If a dish is served A la Chantilly, what would be its main ingredient*whipped cream
  1238. If you "peg out" what game are you playing?*cribbage
  1239. If you were born on 01 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
  1240. If you were born on 02 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
  1241. If you were born on 04 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
  1242. If you were born on 04 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
  1243. If you were born on 05 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
  1244. If you were born on 05 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
  1245. If you were born on 07 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
  1246. If you were born on 07 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
  1247. If you were born on 08 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
  1248. If you were born on 09 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
  1249. If you were born on 10 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
  1250. If you were born on 12 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
  1251. If you were born on 13 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
  1252. If you were born on 14 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
  1253. If you were born on 14 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
  1254. If you were born on 15 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
  1255. If you were born on 17 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
  1256. If you were born on 18 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
  1257. If you were born on 18 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
  1258. If you were born on 21 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
  1259. If you were born on 22 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
  1260. If you were born on 23 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
  1261. If you were born on 24 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
  1262. If you were born on 24 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
  1263. If you were born on 24 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
  1264. If you were born on 25 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
  1265. If you were born on 26 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
  1266. If you were born on 26 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
  1267. If you were born on 26 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
  1268. If you were born on 26 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
  1269. If you were born on 27 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
  1270. If you were born on 28 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
  1271. If you were born on 28 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
  1272. If you were born on 29 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
  1273. If you were born on 30 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
  1274. If you were born on 31 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
  1275. Ilex is the botanical name of which shrub*holly
  1276. Implant*breast implants
  1277. In "peanuts", what is the surname of lucy and linus*van pelt
  1278. In '64, whom did J Edgar Hoover call America's "most notorious liar"*martin luther king jr
  1279. In 'dawson's creek', who does michelle williams play*jennifer lindley
  1280. In 'star wars', who was darth vader's face*sebastian shaw
  1281. In 'startrek', who did william shatner play*captain james t kirk
  1282. In 'the wizard of oz', what was dorothy's dog's name*toto
  1283. In -322 BC Aristotle dies of ---------- *indigestion
  1284. In 1000 Leif ---------- discovers "Vinland" (possibly America). *ericson
  1285. In 1066 Battle of Hastings, in which William the ---------- wins England. *conqueror
  1286. In 1066 William the ---------- crowned William I of England *conqueror
  1287. In 1087 William I The Conqueror, King of England and Duke of---------- , dies. *normandy
  1288. In 1189 England's King ---------- (the Lion-Hearted) crowned in Westminster. *richard i
  1289. In 1271 ---------- king of Bohemia and Poland (1278-1305), born. *wenceslas ii
  1290. In 1290 Bilbo ---------- (in Shire Reconning), born. *baggins
  1291. In 1292 Saidi, great ---------- poet (Orchard, Rose Garden) dies. *persian
  1292. In 1364 Battle of Auray, ---------- forces defeat French at Brittany. *english
  1293. In 1513 ---------- Nuez de Balboa is the first European to see the Pacific Ocean. *vasco
  1294. In 1520 King Henry VIII of England orders bowling lanes to be built at---------- , in London. *whitehall
  1295. In 1520 Martin ---------- publicly burned papal edict demanding that he recant. *luther
  1296. In 1540 Society of Jesus (Jesuits) founded by Ignatius---------- . *loyola
  1297. In 1541---------- , Chile founded.*santiago
  1298. in 1543, who published a theory that planets revolve around the sun?*copernicus
  1299. In 1583 ---------- Alighieri Day. *dante
  1300. In 1620 The Mayflower sets sail from ---------- with 102 Pilgrims. *plymouth
  1301. In 1632 Sir ---------- Wren, England, astronomer/great architect, born. *christopher
  1302. In 1666 Great London ---------- begins in Pudding Lane. 80% of London is destroyed. *fire
  1303. In 1672 (Italy) Giovanni Cassini discovers Rhea, a satellite of---------- . *saturn
  1304. In 1686 1st volume of ---------- Newton's "Principia" published.*isaac
  1305. In 1708 ---------- von Haller, the father of experimental physiology *albrecht
  1306. In 1709 Elizabeth, empress of ---------- (to Peter the Great and Catherine I),born *russia
  1307. In 1713 Ferdinand VI, king of ---------- (1746-59), born. *spain
  1308. In 1725 ---------- -Joseph Cugnot, designed and built first automobile, born. *nicolas
  1309. In 1727 Severe earthquake in---------- . *new england
  1310. In 1731 Henry---------- , English physicist, chemist born*cavendis
  1311. In 1732 George---------- , father figure for U.S., President (1789-1796), born.*washington
  1312. In 1741 Vitus Bering, Dutch ---------- and explorer, died. *navigator
  1313. In 1752 Nicolas---------- , inventor of food canning, bouillon tablet, born. *appert
  1314. In 1758 Horatio Nelson Burnham Thorpe, Britain, naval hero at---------- , born. *trafalgar
  1315. In 1774 John Chapman, alias Johnny---------- , born. *appleseed
  1316. In 1776 Continental Congress renames "---------- ", "United States". *united colonies
  1317. In 1782 ---------- Paganini, Genoa, Italy, composer/violin virtuoso (Princess Lucca), born. *niccolo
  1318. In 1783 Washington ----------, writer (Rip Van Winkle, Legend of Sleepy Hollow), born. *irving
  1319. In 1784 Empress of ---------- sets sail on first New York to China route.*china
  1320. In 1795 Third partition of Poland, between Austria, ---------- and Russia. *prussia
  1321. In 1798 ---------- 1st emperor of Brazil (1822-31), king of Portugal, born. *pedro i
  1322. In 1812 Fire of---------- . *moscow
  1323. In 1812 Waltz introduced into English---------- . Most observers consider it disgusting & immoral. No wonder it caught on! *ballrooms
  1324. In 1813 German Kingdom of ---------- abolished. *westphalia
  1325. In 1815 World's first commercial ---------- factory is established in Switzerland.*cheese
  1326. In 1817 First American school for the ---------- (Hartford, Connecticut)*deaf
  1327. In 1820 Susan B.---------- , Woman's suffaregette, born. *anthony
  1328. In 1821---------- , El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua gain independence. *costa rica
  1329. In 1823 Charles ---------- of Scotland begins selling raincoats (Macs). *macintosh
  1330. In 1824 ---------- defies Pele (Hawaiian volcano goddess) and lives. *kapiolani
  1331. In 1824 Kapiolani defies ---------- (Hawaiian volcano goddess) and lives. *pele
  1332. In 1825 Hannah Lord ---------- of New York grabs her scissors and creates the first detachable collar on one of her husband's shirts, in order to reduce her laundry load.*montague
  1333. In 1830 Eadweard ---------- , pioneered study of motion in photography, born.*muybridge
  1334. In 1833 Ernesto ---------- Moneta, Italian journalist (Nobel Peace Prize 1907) BORN*teodoro
  1335. In 1833 Ernesto Teodoro---------- , Italian journalist (Nobel Peace Prize 1907) BORN*moneta
  1336. In 1836 Darwin returns to England aboard the HMS---------- . *beagle
  1337. In 1844 Henry ---------- Heinz, founded a prepared-foods company, born. *john
  1338. In 1848 ---------- (U.S.) and Lassell (England) independently discover Hyperion. *bond
  1339. In 1848 Mexico sells U.S. Texas, ---------- , New Mexico and Arizona.*calif