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Biggest mammal on land.

Elephant

100

Which rapper is famous for wearing parachute pants?

MC Hammer

100

In the early '80s punks & hardcore fans were slam dancing; then came this pit .

 Mosh pit

100

In which American city is the Golden Gate Bridge located?

San Francisco

100

The 1st Industrial Revolution happened in what country?

England

100

Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's...


Maybelline

100

James’s mom has four children. Their names are April, May, June, and ______?


James

200

These reptiles have no legs.

Snakes

200

When referring to a type of music, what does R&B stand for?

Rhythm and Blues

200

Name the game show that popularized the phrase, "Big Bucks, Big Bucks, No Whammies!"

Press Your Luck

200

What was the first Emperor of Rome?

Caesar Augustus

200

The space race began with this, and the Russians launched what in 1957?

Sputnik

200

Just Do It


Nike

200

This is the largest country in the world, by area.


Russia

300

A cargo ship out of India loaded with zoo animals doesn't make its final port in this Yann Martel novel

Life of Pi

300

What singer holds the world record for most words in a hit single?

Eminem

300

A popular video game named after a bug.

Centipede

300

Which sport personality said "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee"?

Muhammed Ali

300

He said it: "Any fool can make history, but it takes a genius to write it."

Oscar Wilde

300

Have it your way


Burger King
300

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ____, 34

21

400

Things that can be seen from the Eiffel Tower or animals that live & feed on other animals

PARIS SITES/PARASITES

400

What are piano keys made out of?

Plastic

400

The early '80s gave us the computer words notebook & this other portable kind.

Laptop

400

In mathematics, what is March 14th famous for?

Pi day

400

The founding document of English Common Law that limited the power of the King

Magna Carta

400

These melt in your mouth, not in your hands.


M&Ms

400

This company sells more phones than any other.


Samsung

500

A varied collection especially of animals

A MENAGERIE

500

Who was the 2020 top artist?

Post Malone

500

A 1981 New York Times letter coined this hyphenated numerical term in reference to Wendy Wasserstein born 1950.

Thirty Something

500

What planet is 6th from the sun?

Saturn

500

First woman to run for US president.

Shirley Chisholm

500

Once you pop you can't stop


Pringles

500

first 5 digits of Pi


3.1415...



600

The pelt or coat of a large animal or to conceal from sight

Hide

600

Which music superstar was offered a professional ice-hockey contract back in 2012?

Justin Bieber

600

This old verb got a new meaning in the '80s: to pass a credit card through a reader.

Swipe

600

How many bones are there in the average, adult human body?

206

600

Phillip II son who attempted to conquer the Persian Empire.

Alexander the Great

600

The happiest place on Earth


Disney World

600

What is the largest organ in the human body?


Skin

700

Slowest swimming fish in the ocean.

Seahorse

700

In 2015, a song by which artist became the only song to have sold over a million downloads in just a single week?

'Hello' by Adele

700

Described as senior advisers to the candidates these faux MDs first appeared in a 1984 news story

Spin Doctors

700

What nut is in the middle of a Ferrero Rocher?


Hazelnut

700

The eighth President of the United States.

Martin Van Buren

700

Beanz meanz ...


Heinz

700

The ancient Egyptian writing system was called what?


Hieroglyphics

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