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  1. In which year was the TV series “Code Black” starring Rob Lowe first aired?
    • 2023
    • 2015
    • 2014
    • 2018
    The correct answer is 2015.
    The medical drama series Code Black, starring Rob Lowe, first aired on CBS in the United States in 2015.
  2. Which U.S. President came after Levi P. Morton?
    • Woodrow Wilson
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Martin Van Buren
    • William McKinley
    The correct answer is William McKinley.
    William McKinley was the 25th President of the United States, succeeding Levi P. Morton who served from 1889 to 1893.
  3. The French langauge term “La mer” transaltes to what in English?
    • Excuse me
    • Sea
    • Plane
    • Who
    The corrrect answer is “Sea”.
    The French language term “La mer” translates to the English word “Sea”, which refers to the large body of salt water that covers most of the Earth’s surface.
  4. What unusual word means decorated with strings of ribbons, flowers, or other ornaments?
    • Festooned
    • Pronk
    • Doodle
    • Squabble
    The correct answer is “festooned”. Did you get it right?
    Festooned is a term used to describe a decorative style of adornment that involves the use of strings of ribbons, flowers, or other ornaments to create an ornamental display.
  5. A written message, or a character in the alphabet – what am I?
    • Box
    • Mark
    • Light
    • Letter
    The correct answer is “letter”.
    A letter is a written message composed of symbols from an alphabet that is used to communicate a message.
  6. In which year was the movie “American Pickle” starring Seth Rogan released?
    • 2016
    • 2023
    • 2018
    • 2020
    The correct answer is 2020.
    The movie “American Pickle” starring Seth Rogan was released in 2020, marking the start of the year for the actor.
  7. Who wrote the novel “The Great Gatsby”?
    • J.D. Salinger
    • John Steinbeck
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • Ernest Hemingway
    The correct answer is F. Scott Fitzgerald.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald was an American author best known for his novel The Great Gatsby, a classic of modernist literature that explores the themes of wealth, love, and the pursuit of the American Dream.
  8. Which country employed the first police woman?
    • England
    • USA
    • Australia
    • France
    The correct answer is “USA”.
    The United States was the first country to employ a police woman, hiring Alice Stebbins Wells as the first female police officer in 1910.
  9. In what year did Britain start using the Gregorian calendar?
    • 1752
    • 1747
    • 1767
    • 1717
    The correct year was 1752. Did you get this one right?
    Yes, 1752 was the year that Britain officially adopted the Gregorian calendar, replacing the Julian calendar which had been in use since 45 BC.

  1. The French langauge term “Au revoir” transaltes to what in English?
    • No
    • Goodbye
    • When
    • Sea
    The corrrect answer is “Goodbye”.
    Au revoir is a French phrase used to bid farewell to someone, which translates literally to “until we see each other again” but is commonly understood as “Goodbye”.
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  1. What unusual word means an australian shrub or small tree with edible fruit?
    • Geebung
    • Tintinnabulation
    • Ballyhoo
    • Scuttlebutt
    The correct answer is “geebung”. Did you get it right?
    Geebung is an Australian native plant that produces edible fruits, typically with a sweet and tart flavor. It is often used in jams and other preserves.
  2. Barophobia is a fear of?
    • beards
    • gravity
    • accidents
    • paper
    The correct answer is “gravity”.
    Barophobia is a fear of the force of gravity, which is the natural attraction between objects that pulls them towards each other.
  3. Which one of the following is planet (or dwarf planet) rather than a moon?
    • Titania
    • Titan
    • Kepler-16b
    • Enceladus
    The correct answer is Kepler-16b.
    Kepler-16b is an exoplanet orbiting a binary star system, making it a planet rather than a moon.
  4. The Greek alphabet letter “Υ” is named?
    • Eta
    • Upsilon
    • Iota
    • Lambda
    The correct answer is “Upsilon”.
    Upsilon is the 20th letter of the Greek alphabet and is represented by the symbol ‘Υ’. It is pronounced as a ‘u’ or ‘y’ sound.
  5. “direct” is an anagram of which word?
    • credit
    • midcent
    • trident
    • amidst
    The correct answer is “credit”.
    An anagram of “credit” is “direct”, which means to go straight forward without stopping or turning.
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