Geography
Vaccines
Python
Special D/I Round: Hispanic Culture & History
Sports
Starts with A
Ends with O
100

This is the third planet from the Sun.

Earth

100

Edward Jenner, the English Physician & Scientist credited with inventing the first vaccine which cured this disease.

Small Pox

100

Kaa, a large and young Indian python, is featured in this Rudyard Kipling's work.

The Jungle Book

100

"Gran Colombia", was formed during the 19th-century wars of liberation against Spain, was made up of Colombia, Venezuela, and this nation.

Ecuador

100

This is the championship trophy awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff winner. 

Stanley Cup

100

A historic movement to end slavery.

Abolitionism

100

This wholesale corporation with its signature "Kirkland" brand actually has its headquarters in Issaquah, WA

Costco

200

This US state has the most active volcanoes.

Alaska

200

This US President was affected by Smallpox a few days before delivering his famous Gettysburg speech.

Abraham Lincoln

200

Guido Van Rossum named Python after this show he was watching at that time of creating the language.

Monty Python's The Flying Circus

200

"Cinco de Mayo" - is most widely celebrated in this country.

United States of America

200

John McEnroe defeated this Swede in the final to win his first Wimbledon singles title.

Björn Borg

200

This type of art uses visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world.

Abstract Art

200

The third-largest metropolitan area in Florida.

Orlando

300

Saskatoon is the largest city in this Canadian province

Saskatchewan

300

The 'T' in DTaP or DPT vaccine.

Tetanus

300

This type of Python is also called the “royal python” because ancient royalty wore them as jewelry.

Ball Python

300

This river borders Texas and Mexico, begins in south-central Colorado in the United States and flows to the Gulf of Mexico.

Rio Grande / Rio Bravo

300

These were the number of Olympic Games held in the 19th century.

1
(yr 1896)

300

In tennis, this is a legal serve that is not touched by the receiver, winning the point

ace

300

Popular Anime/Manga protagonist and character associated with Ramen.

Naruto

400

'Masculine' of the three "Crown Dependency" islands in  the Irish Sea.

Isle of Man (Mann)

400

This disease, caused by Bacillus anthracis, is also known as woolsorters' disease and shares it's name with an American metal band.

Anthrax

400

The Python language is a descendant of this scripting language.

ABC

400

It's the unusual ingredient in "Mole Poblano" - a famous sauce associated with Cinco De Mayo.

Chocolate

400

He became the first English soccer player to win league titles in four countries.

David Beckham

400

This animal is sometimes colloquially called the "African ant bear"

Aardvark

400

This is the most densely populated country on Earth

Monaco

500

WA's Tri-Cities area: "Richland", "Pasco" and this city - begins with a 'K'.

Kennewick

500

In the early 2000s, these two illnesses caused the most deaths of children worldwide. Name any one of them.

Pneumonia

Diarrhea

500

The Burmese python is a large nonvenomous constrictor and is treated as an invasive species in this US state 

Florida

500

This city was the capital of the Inca Empire from the 13th century until the 16th-century Spanish conquest, well known for its Ashlar masonry as seen in "Macchu Picchu".

Cusco

500

Not to be confused with the sporting legend in Golf, these kinds of clubs are used for long shots from the tee or fairway. 

Woods

500

They were a Mesoamerican culture that flourished in central Mexico in the post-classic period.

Aztecs

500

A pier, wharf, or landing place, especially on a river or inland waterway. Think San Francisco.

Embarcadero

600

This African country served as the setting for Tatooine in Star Wars.

Tunisia

600

To administer this vaccine, the U.S. switched from OPV to IPV in 2000 because OPV was an occasional cause of paralysis.

Polio

600

Try importing this from __future__ and you get "SyntaxError: not a chance".

braces

600

You would associate "Joropo" a genre of music and dance with this country.

Venezuela

600

This NBA legend died, along with his daughter Gianna and seven others, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.

Kobe Bryant

600

This word refers to a machine that uses electromagnetic fields to propel charged particles to very high speeds and energies; it's also something you find in your car.

Accelerator

600

This variety of Mango is named after a Portuguese general who helped establish colonies in India.

Alfonso or Alphonso

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