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Actor of the "Mission Impossible" movies.

Tom Cruise

100
An American Inventor who invented the lightbulb.

Thomas Edison

100

Currency of the United States

The US Dollar

100

The first President of the United States.

George Washington

100

NBA

National Basketball Association

100
The soft underlay of feathers from a duck or goose is used to stuff pillows.

Down

200

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An actor who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as a corrupt cop in the crime thriller "Training Day"

Denzel Washington

200

This person invented the telephone in 1876.

Alexander Graham Bell

200
Currency of Great Britain

Pound Sterling

200

This document is the supreme law of the United States of America.

The Constitution of the United States

200

CDC

Center for Disease Control

200

Your mom's sister to you

Aunt

300

Singer of "Uptown Funk."

Bruno Mars

300

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American aviation pioneers generally credited with inventing, building, and flying the world's first successful motor-operated airplane.

The Wright brothers: Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright

300

The currency that uses this symbol €

The Euro

300

The first 10 Amendments to the US Constitution.

The Bill of Rights

300

RIP

Rest in peace

300

This liquid is often thinner than necessary, but can be thickened for dessert

Milk

400

An American singer, songwriter and television personality known for her influence on modern pop music and her camp style.  She rose to fame with One of the Boys (2008), a pop rock record containing her debut single "I Kissed a Girl"

Katy Perry

400

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Two of the most famous inventors of the 20th century. They worked together to build the Apple I, the home computer that launched a revolution.

Steve Wozniak (1950-present) and Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

400

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Currency of Russia

The Russian ruble

400

The first Pilgrims reached America seeking religious freedom were English and settled in Massachusetts in 1620 on this ship.

The Mayflower

400

ASAP

As soon as possible
400

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This makes ones head itch

Lice

500

This actress played the role of Black Widow in numerous Marvel movies.

Scarlett Johansson

500

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Best known for developing the electric telegraph, which allowed people to communicate over long distances nearly instantly. He also developed a special code: a system of dots and dashes used to send these messages.

Samuel Morse (1792-1872)

500

Currency of Canada

Canadian Dollar

500

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The 37th President of the United States who resigned from office as a result of the Watergate scandal. 

Richard Nixon

500

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RSVP

“Répondez s'il vous plaît.”

500

This 4-letter word is the opposite of quiet.

Loud

600

The star of the 2018 American superhero film "Black Panther," based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name.

Chadwick Boseman

600

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An American-Armenian physician and medical practitioner who is the inventor of the first magnetic resonance scanning machine (MRI). He performed the first full-body scan of a human being in 1977.

Raymond Damadian

600

Currency of South Korea

South Korean Won

600

The Capital of California.

Sacramento

600

FEMA

Federal Emergency Management Agency

600

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A bird that represents peace.

Dove

700

An English actor who is most well known for playing Professor Xavier in the X-Men movie series.

Patrick Stewart

700

This inventor is famous for the design of the revolving chamber pistol, which became essential for U.S. forces during the Mexican-American War. 

Samuel Colt

700

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Currency of Greece

Euro

700

The national anthem of the United States.

The Star-Spangled Banne

700

CIA

Central Intelligence Agency

700

A song for two people.

Duet

800

Marshall Bruce Mathers III is an American rapper, songwriter, and record producer who is known professionally as ____________.

Eminem

800

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An American self-taught chemist and manufacturing engineer who is credited with inventing the chemical process to create and manufacture pliable, waterproof, moldable rubber.  Think tires.

Charles Goodyear

800

Currency of Mexico

Peso

800

The Federal Government is composed of three distinct branches.  Name them.

Executive, legislative, judicial

800

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UFC

Ultimate Fighting Championship
800

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Another word for jump, starts with the letter "L"

Leap

900

An American actor, film producer and retired professional wrestler also known as the Rock.

Dwayne Johnson

900

An American industrialist and business magnate who not only invented the automobile, but also designed the assembly line. This allowed mass production of his incredibly popular Model T and other cars. 

Henry Ford

900

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The currency of Brazil

Brazilian Real

900

The 16th President of the United States who issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing the slaves in the south.

Abraham Lincoln

900

FYI

For your information

900

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This genre of music had a renaissance in New York, but was named in Chicago

Jazz

1000

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An actor who was awarded an Oscar for "Best Actor in a Leading Role" for his performance in "The Whale.

Brendan Fraser

1000

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A Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system.  A very popular car is named after him.

Nikola Tesla

1000

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Currency of Sweden

Swedish Krona

1000

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On December 7, 1941, following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States declared war on Japan.  Name the war.

World War II

1000

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PDA

Public display of affection

1000

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It's the bottom of the sleeve.

Cuff

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