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Basketball players learn not to move this foot, the term for the axle around which a wheel turns.

Pivot
100

This planet is the hottest in the solar system.

Venus

100

He wrote to his wife Abigail, "I must not write a word to you about politics."

John Adams
100

China shares the Gobi Desert with this country that's 1/70 as densely populated as China

Mongolia

100

This first No. 1 hit by ABBA says "Young and sweet only 17"

Dancing Queen

100

A balance beam in gymnastics is this many inches wide.

Four

100

This person first predicted the return of a comet.

Edmund Halley

100

He was the first living president to appear on U.S. paper money—on a $10 demand note authorized in 1861.

Abraham Lincoln

100

Home to Europe's largest glacier by volume

Iceland

100

Justin Timberlake was the former lead singer of this famous boy band.

NSYNC

100

Canada's national summer sport.

Lacrosse

100

The Sea of Tranquility is located here.

Moon

100

He put a Twinkie in the country’s millennium time capsule.

Bill Clinton

100

Formerly Upper Volta, still two words

Burkina Faso

100

She had a #1 hit in each year of the '90s, the only singer to do so.

Mariah Carey
100

He was the youngest player to reach 10,000 points in the regular season in 20th century NBA.

Kobe Bryant

100

A crab & a scorpion are part of this familiar circle of constellations

The Zodiac

100

He used the expression "rugged individualism" while running for president in 1928.

Herbert Hoover

100

Famous for the coffee grown there, the Blue Mountains are the highest range on this Caribbean island

Jamaica

100

Lady Gaga derived her stage name from a song performed by this legendary band.

Queen

100

What you call it when a player makes three back to back strikes in bowling.

Turkey

100

A 1990 photo of Earth taken by this space probe prompted Carl Sagan to call planet Earth a "pale blue dot."

Voyager 1

100

He appointed more justices (nine) to the U.S. Supreme Court than any other president in the 20th century.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

100

This country has the most vending machines per capita.

Japan

100

In 2003, this singer became the youngest and first Colombian UNICEF international goodwill ambassador

Shakira

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