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100

What type of alcohol is used in a margarita?

Tequila

100

The sale of what was prohibited in the US during The Prohibition?

Alcohol

100

How many operas did Beethoven write in his lifetime?

One

100

Are pumpkins fruits or vegetables?

Fruits!

100

What is the capital of Arizona?

Phoenix

200

In cocktail terminology, what does "neat" mean?

A drink poured without water, ice or mixers

200

In what year did Margaret Thatcher assume office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?

1979

200

Which famous artist cut off his own ear?

Vincent Van Gogh

200

Which side of the brain is responsible for logic and rational thought?

The left side

200

What is "The Windy City"?

Chicago

300

French Silk Pie is most commonly flavored with what?

Chocolate

300

What famous gangster played the banjo in a prison band?

Al Capone

300

What does the Latin word "Verbatim" literally means?

Word for word

300

What is the "bole" of a tree?

The trunk


300

In which country is Cusco located?

Peru

400

What Cajun dish is a mixture of rice, sausage, chicken, shrimp, oysters, spices and more?

Jambalaya

400

Who was US president when the stock market crashed in 1929?

Herbert Hoover

400

According to traditional rules, what color of poker chip has the highest value?

Black

400

What meteorological significance is traditionally attached to cows lying down?

Rain

400

Princeton University is located in which state?

New Jersey

500

What vegetable is found in dishes served "Florentine" style?

Spinach

500

What line divided the North and South in the U.S. Civil War?

The Mason-Dixon Line

500

What is the longest running sporting event in the United States?

The Kentucky Derby

500

What do many types of birds, such as geese, do just before it begins to get colder?

They migrate

500

What is the capital of Poland?

Warsaw

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