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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On Feb. 11, 1969, what U.S. senator gave a speech at the dedication of Boston City Hall?
  2. How are Seville, Valencia and Mandarin similar?
  3. Are hares native to both the Artic and Antarctic continents?
  4. On Feb. 12, 1809, what biologist, geologist and naturalist was born who introduced the theory of natural selection?
  5. What anatomical part is a scruff?
  6. What dog breed is Snoopy?
  7. Sunday, Feb. 13 is Super Bowl LVI; what does LVI mean?
  8. The Shetland Islands originated what that is called Fair Isle?
  9. On Feb. 14, 2005, YouTube was launched by three former employees of what e-commerce company?
  10. In 1400 on St. Valentine’s Day, France’s Charles VI created a High Court of Love that was to be run by what demographic group?
  11. What second-driest U.S. state’s official cooking pot is the Dutch oven?
  12. In “Casablanca,” what character sang “As Time Goes By”?
  13. On Feb. 15, 1876, the Great Elm in what Boston park was felled by a storm?
  14. In 1957 what famous singer recorded a song with “teddy bear” in the title?
  15. What is measured in watts?
  16. The first-ever mechanically frozen artificial ice rink, the Glaciarium (1844) in London, used what animal product to create ice?
  17. On Feb. 16, 1968, in Alabama, what emergency telephone number system devised by the National Fire Chiefs Association was inaugurated?
  18. Terrible’s Road House, the world’s largest Chevron station, is in Jean, Nevada; Jean has what population record?
  19. At the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, what sweet treat was called “Hit Food of the Century of Progress”?
  20. On Feb. 17, 1953, Ian Fleming began writing the first James Bond novel, which is called what?
  1. Ted Kennedy
  2. They are types of oranges.
  3. Just the Artic
  4. Charles Darwin (International Darwin Day’s mission is to inspire people “to reflect and act on the principles of intellectual bravery, perpetual curiosity, scientific thinking, and hunger for truth”)
  5. The back of the neck
  6. Beagle
  7. Fifty-six in Roman numerals
  8. Knitting
  9. PayPal
  10. Women
  11. Utah
  12. Sam
  13. Boston Common
  14. Elvis Presley – “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel”
  15. Power
  16. Lard
  17. 911
  18. No residents – least populous town in the United States
  19. Donuts
  20. “Casino Royale”

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