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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On Feb. 3, 2019, against what opponent did the New England Patriots win a sixth Super Bowl title?
  2. What does the “O” prefix in Irish names mean?
  3. What is the only food that never spoils?
  4. What author of “Leaves of Grass” said, “Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you”?
  5. On Feb. 4, 1941, the USO was formed, which stands for what?
  6. How are bonjour, ciao and hola similar?
  7. What was Beethoven’s last symphony?
  8. Deoxyribonucleic acid is better known as what?
  9. On Feb. 5, 1631, Puritan Roger Williams, a defender of religious liberty, landed near Boston; what state was he to found?
  10. Was the White House always white?
  11. On Feb. 6, 1935, what board game – that had a version in 1904 called The Landlord’s Game – first went on sale?
  12. How are the Egyptian pyramids at Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Statue of Zeus at Olympia similar?
  13. February 7 is Safer Internet Day, which began in what union of member states?
  14. What country consumes the most chocolate per capita: Belgium, Switzerland or USA?
  15. In 1954 what performer made a commercial for “Southern Maid Donuts” – for a box of hot donuts – several years before he first appeared on national TV?
  16. In what sport would you find the Fosbury flop?
  17. On Feb. 8, 1925, in Newton, Mass., who was born who often acted with Walter Matthau?
  18. What on the body is the fastest growing hair?
  19. What coastal state has a grizzly on its flag although the last grizzly in the state was spotted in 1924?
  20. On Feb. 9, 1895, volleyball was invented in what Western Massachusetts city?
  1. The Los Angeles Rams
  2. “Descendant of”
  3. Honey
  4. Walt Whitman
  5. United Service Organizations (to provide resources for U.S. armed forces members on leave)
  6. They are foreign terms for hello (in French, Italian and Spanish, respectively).
  7. The Ninth
  8. DNA
  9. Rhode Island
  10. No; it was made of gray sandstone; after it burned during the War of 1812, it was painted white.
  11. Monopoly
  12. They are included in the seven wonders of the ancient world.
  13. European Union
  14. Switzerland
  15. Elvis Presley
  16. Track & field (a style of high jump performed by American Dick Fosbury)
  17. Jack Lemmon
  18. Beard
  19. California
  20. Holyoke

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