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Questions From Oct 28 04
52001. How did the practice of naming hurricanes start?
52003. Which wicket keeper has the record of not conceeding a bye for the maximum number of runs?
52004. What three cities have had both a Super Bowl and World Series championship in the same year, and what were the years?
52006. What answer did Mahatma Ghandi give when asked who was the greatest influence on his life?
52007. Who was the first witch to be burned at the stake in North America?
52008. What was the name of the French poet who had an unusual pet that he would take for walks around the streets of Paris and what was the pet?
52009. How many men has Phoebe Halliwell dated?
52011. There are certain states that no president of the United States has ever been born in. Which are they?
52012. What is the name of the movie that was being filmed during the World Series, and who are the actor and actress starring in it?
52015. Which three batsmen have scored hundreds batting at number ten in Test Match cricket?
52016. Which footballing world record is held by a former model who is married to a world famous footballer?
52019. What is the full name of Lord Chatterley in D.H. Lawrence's famous novel?
52021. Why do numbers on a telephone and those on a calculator start from opposite directions?
52022. At weddings, why can't the groom see the bride before the ceremony?
52024. What is Pov Pob and how is it played?
52025. I know Tina won, but does anyone remember who voted for who in the finale of "Survivor: Outback"?
52027. Why are kithen appliances normally white?
52028. Where is the tracking station for the United States weather satellites?
52029. It says on the "Cruel Intentions" credits that Tara Reid plays Marci Greenbaum. However, I have watched this film many times, and I can't recall anyone called Marci. Can anyone tell me whereabouts in the film we see her?
52031. What university hosts the "Australasian Schools Science Competition"?
52032. What brewery owned the Boston Celtics for a period during the 1970's?
52033. How old was Bill Gates when he formed his first company to sell a computerized traffic counting system to cities?
52034. Which country produces the largest number of films per year and how many?
52036. Who are Poppy Honey and Daisy Boo?
52038. If I wish to celebrate the pagan festival marking the start of Samhain, what sort of things should I wear, eat, drink and do?
52040. I heard the US president can't serve more than two consecutive terms, but where is the rule that stops them taking a third one after a break?
52041. Which horror movie was made into a musical that was deemed so bad its name appears in the title of a book about bad musicals?
52043. In the song "Sylvia's Mother" by Dr. Hook how much money is spent making the phone call?
52045. In the book "Kane and Abel" by Jeffery Archer what are the names of their children?
52046. What popular police drama was situated in the Academy Precinct of the L.C.P.D.?
52047. Are there really any foods that you can eat to make you taller?
52050. Does California have the death penalty?
52052. How many months does the Botox procedure usually last?
52055. Why do they call it "head over heels in love" if our head is always over our heels?
52058. Which is the largest cricket stadium in terms of crowd capacity?
52061. Which author learnt Braille so they could read in bed with the lights out?
52062. Who invented the technique of preparing Steak Tartare, yes, the bit about horses' saddles?
52064. Is it illegal to purchase sulphuric acid?
52068. How do Plasma Balls work?
52069. Why do stars twinkle and planets don't?
52071. What is the significance of unlucky broad beans according to ancient Roman official Pontifex Maximus?
52072. Who was Sherlock Holmes' favorite composer?
52073. When we say that the photons that make up light are waves, what exactly is increasing and decreasing as they travel along to make up this wave?
52074. In a 1950s book by a Mr. Tyrrell, what are either classified as experimental, crisis, postmortem or continuing?
52076. What NFL team won the first Super Bowl?
52077. Which are the easternmost, westernmost, northernmost and southernmost cities of the world?
52078. What do you call precipitation that evaporates before it hits the ground?
52081. What location can claim itself to be the central place on the surface of Earth?
52082. Who in Dibley had a number one hit in the United States?
52084. Which American singer said, "I want to play cricket, it doesn't seem to matter if you win or lose"?
52090. What sport prohibits players from wearing white shirts?
52091. Could someone please explain clearly what is meant by left-wing and right-wing in relation to politics?
52092. How does one use the words 'dass' and 'denn' in German? Do they send the verbs to the end? Do they change the context of the sentence? Do they require a comma to be placed in the sentence?
52096. What is the country song that President Bush has playing at all of his campaigns and who sings it?
52097. How do you get the taste and smell of a food out of a plastic container?
52098. What is the original meaning of "trick or treat"?
52099. What do these actresses, Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan have in common?
52100. Is Arnold Schwarzenegger still acting even though he is the governor of California?
52102. Why is it that the United States uses an electoral college to elect the president and not a popular vote?
52103. She was made famous in song as "Lily the Pink." What was her real name?
52105. You will be familiar with the nursery rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence" which finishes with, "along came a blackbird and pecked off her nose." Now, I vaguely remember another verse which ends, "and popped it on again," referring, I think, to the maid's nose. Can anyone remember that verse?
52108. When was it discovered that the Moon controls the tides and who first came up with this idea?
52111. What service medals has presidential candidate John Kerry been awarded?
52112. What is an alienist, and why is the word no longer used today?
52114. Is Gatorade a healthy drink?
52115. From which episode of "Red Dwarf" do the words nureek, rutut, hununga, and squilookle come from, and who said them?
52117. How exactly does the electoral college work?
52119. What is the connection between a 1995 Nobel Peace Prize winner and piracy?
52120. What sort of help would usually come to you from the left in the UK and from the right in the USA?
52121. How many electoral votes does Virginia have?
52123. How many electoral votes does it take to win the presidency?
52124. What was the name of the first university in the United States?
52126. Which famous piece of law was only passed in the 17th century because it was decided that the vote of one fat lord was worth the votes of ten?
52127. Who was the last US president before George W. Bush to be elected in a year divisible by 20 and not be shot and/or die in office?
52131. Does anyone know of an American who served in The Korean War, The Vietnam War, and the Gulf War?
52132. When did the practice of witchcraft begin?
52133. Roughly, how many roads are there in the US?
52134. How many working windmills are there in the world?
52136. How many species of tree are there?
52137. Do the US Electoral College votes, which vary from state to state, have an actual human counterpart? i.e. Are there actual Electoral College individual members?
52138. How did the term "flat" as in an apartment originate?
52139. What are the two most widely known forms of Bridge?
52140. What is the anatomical name for the ankle bone?
52141. Which company is currently using Donald Sutherland and Gary Oldman in their TV ads?
52142. What is the young of a cod fish called?
52143. Where does pasta originate?
52148. What is the original meaning of "family tree"?
52149. How many electoral votes did George W. Bush receive in the 2004 presidential election?
52150. What product has been advertised lately on UK television by William Shatner?
52152. What is the Burgess Shale?
52154. In which US city did the first "Chinatown" exist?
52157. Of what faith was the famous Indian poet Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar?
52161. What do you call the male of a ladybird?
52162. In 1973, the Chicago Bears set a National Football League record by holding the Green Bay Packers to a minus how many yards passing?
52163. In the movie 'Dirty Dancing' what are the first names of the Schumacher couple?
52164. Do the names Vera, Chuck, and Dave - the future grandchildren in the Beatles' hit "When I'm Sixty Four" - represent real people in the life of the Fab Four?
52166. What are all the available flavors that Gatorade comes in?
52167. What did Piglet mistake Winnie-the-Pooh for when he got his head stuck in a hole?
52169. How many bits are there in a byte?
52171. Is there a place in the world where naming animals certain names is prohibited? I'm asking this becasue I just heard that it is illegal to name your animal Napoleon in France.
52172. Which of the following is the worst burn: first degree, second degree, or third degree?
52173. What is the name of the song and who is it by that plays at the beginning of the movie "Jackass" when the guys are being pushed in the grocery cart?
52174. Who escaped capture in Scotland by sailing to France aboard L'Hereux?
52175. What city was the capital of Spain's New World empire until the 19th century?
52176. We all know that John Kerry is a Catholic but what denomination is George W. Bush? Has he changed his denomination since becoming a "born again" Christian?
52177. What do the three balls symbolize that appear on pawnbrokers' establishments?
52179. If the US presidential election was ever a tie, what would happen?
52180. What does Al-Qaida translate to in English?
52182. How many children did King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of England have?
52183. The ascent of Snowdon is made much easier by a set of steps leading to the summit as well as a railway. What is the world's highest mountain to have such a set of steps or railway to the summit?
52185. A fictional character was made a real honorary fellow of one of Britain's royal societies. Which character and which society?
52186. Theoretically, with the current population and election rules, what is the greatest possible number of votes that one candidate could have won more than the other and still lost the US presidential election?
52187. Who stars in "The Three Musketeers"?
52188. Is it true or false that Einstein failed school?
52192. What is the Rh factor?
52193. What is the title of the movie in which the one main character is dead and moved about throughout the movie?
52194. What great speech began with the sentence, "Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand, signed the Emancipation Proclamation"?
52195. What did an F16 Fighter Jet accidentally strafe with 25 rounds of 20mm amuntion today in Little Egg Harbor, NJ?
52196. For how many generations were the Jedi Knights the guardians of peace and justice in the old Republic, before the Dark Times, before the Empire?
52198. I was born in 1860 and died in 1911. As well as being an accomplished composer, I also conducted the Vienna State Opera and Vienna Philharmonic and I married a composer and pianist called Alma. Who am I?
52199. Who was the husband of Lady Jane Grey?
52200. In descending order, what are the top five world economies?
52204. When the US Constitution was written did it ever state that women and ethnic minorities could not run for the office of president?
52205. What were the names of the opposing sides in the 1936-39 Spanish Civil War?
52206. Following saffron, what is the world's second most expensive spice?
52208. Which country music artist hawks his/her wares on QVC?
52212. What cookbook writer said she tried to eat two
tablespoons of saturated fat each day?
52214. John Lennon was given a 6 string Rickenbacker guitar in February 1964, a gift from the manufacturer. It was first used by him on 16th February in Miami, for the second appearance by The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show." What was the serial number of this guitar?
52215. Not long ago, Quentin Tarintino cursed and spat at a reporter in public. Who was this reporter and why was Quentin so upset with him?
52216. Who was the last British monarch to go into battle with his troops?
52218. Which state does the original and the 2003 version of "Freaky Friday" take place?
52219. Who was the first king of all England, and where and when was he crowned?
52224. On many food labels there is a letter 'e' next to the weight. What does this 'e' stand for?
52226. Who was the last Tudor king of England?
52227. What is the only name shared by four consecutive kings of England?
52228. In which film is there a tavern called "The Faithful Bride"?
52229. What comet, first seen in 1973, will not be seen again for 75,000 years?
52230. What are the origins of the Welsh Dragon?
52233. Revolutionaries in 1359 stormed Bruges in an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the patrician government. What colour hats did they wear and why?
52235. What were Tudor religious beliefs? I know they became Catholic and Protestant but what were their differences?
52237. How many one-two finishes did Ferrari make this season?
52238. Who is the man made a comeback to F1 this year?
52239. Which team is losing a major sponsor in F1 race in this season and who has pulled the plug on it?
52240. What is a supernova?
52241. What is the difference between Neptune and Poseidon?
52242. I'd like to know about the ancient Greek rituals of sacrifice to the gods. Did certain gods have certain animals that were special to them? Was there a certain garment that the priest wore?
52243. What makes one a "born again Christian" as opposed to a Christian?
52244. In the Volunteer State in the US an animal was hanged for killing a man in 1916. What was the animal and how did it kill the man?
52245. What is the name of the pop star whose uncle scored a goal in the 1959 FA Cup Final?
52246. Luciano Pavarotti the well known footballer played in which position during his youth?
52247. Who sings the theme from the Osbournes "Learn How To Love" -- is it Ozzie himself? And was it ever released as a single as I've never heard it anywhere else?
52248. The person who sang "Do You Think I'm Sexy" also played football but for which team?
52249. Who are the only civilians ever to wear NASA spacesuits?
52250. Which band was originally called "Polar Bear"?
52251. How many species of organisms have had their genomes mapped?
52252. What was unusual about King Eystein's choice to be ruler of Trondheim?
52254. He was the first to hire the Beatles to record and wrote successful hits for Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra as well as having a few minor hits of his own. Who was he?
52256. A recent BBC TV documentary said that Thomas Telford used sugar as a building material in his Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Why?
52257. If you are travelling at the speed of sound and switch your transistor on, what will happen?
52259. Which famous person died on this day, 8 November 1887 of tuberculosis?
52261. Who was the first choice for J.R. in "Dallas" as Larry Hagman wasn't the first choice?
52266. What is the purpose of the worm in the tequila bottle?
52268. How big is the state of Montana?
52269. Which airline has the most disasters?
52270. When and why did Veteran's day begin?
52273. In the book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" what did Glenda the Good Witch make Dorothy give her before she would tell her how to get back home?
52277. Which well known English author claimed he had to write "in a state of near drunkenness, in order to deal with material that upset me so much"? In this case he was referring to his most famous work, which was what?
52278. What did the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art find interesting about Botticelli's "Three Miracles of St. Zenobius"?
52279. What infamous event took place 9 November 1938?
52281. Which major Hollywood movie had two main stars whose surnames begin with Z?
52282. Which major world cities have a general height restriction on their buildings and what is the legal limit in each case?
52284. What happened in Kansas the day Judy Garland died?
52285. Does anyone know what happened to Izzy Stradlin' of Guns N' Roses after he quit?
52287. Which country was the first bachelor and bachelorette parties held?
52290. What is the two-word term for latches, bolts, knockers, letterboxes, peep-holes, fingerplates and other such items found attached to a door?
52291. What are often round in India, have been used as currency in Canada, and link Charlemagne with suicide?
52293. Why don't birds fall from trees while they are asleep?
52294. Can you blow a balloon up under water?
52297. What is the name and artist of the song the old man dances to in the Six Flags commercial?
52298. What fruit contains the most Vitamin C?
52299. What family has had the longest lineage of royalty and in what country?
52301. There are 85 ways of doing this, only ten of which are said to be aesthetically pleasing. There are four traditional ways of doing this, two of which are named after a duke. What everyday activity is this?
52303. Which "institution" celebrates its birthday 10 November? It is 239 years old.
52304. What famous monuments were known as "Goat Hill" and "Cow Field" in the Middle Ages?
52305. How is the way birds breathe different from the way reptiles or mammals breathe?
52306. Why does the value of 'g' decrease as we go into the Earth?
52307. What is the interesting posthumous fact about 24-year-old Air Force pilot Michael Blassie, a soldier in Vietnam who was shot down in 1972?
52308. Which country has the most number of political parties?
52309. Who made his F1 debut in this season?
52310. Which race saw Schumacher crashing out of the race?
52311. Does anyone know any celebrities who have died from or were diagnosed with Down's syndrome?
52312. From where do we get that strange phrase "To eat crow"?
52313. How did country singer Gary Allan's wife die?
52314. Did the story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" have any truth to it?
52317. How did the country of Nepal end up adapting that unusually-shaped flag?
52318. What candy invented in 1927 was initially targeted to adult smokers?
52319. In 1833 a king instructed his sea captain to leave him on an island for a few hours for solitary hunting purposes. He came across the sole inhabitant of the island and was so impressed with the fact he was fluent in several languages and was well educated that he declared him king of the island. Who was this king, the hermit, and what was the name of this island which is now a republic?
52320. From what psychedelic sci-fi film did Duran Duran take their name?
52321. In what state must one obtain written permission from the City Council before throwing bricks into a highway?
52322. Carefully 1,818 Krispy Kreme doughnuts were built into a 5-foot, 3-inch heap in an attempt to set a world record for the highest doughnut wedding cake. How many calories was the doughnut wedding cake worth?
52323. What is the name of Bridget Jones's boss in the 2001 movie "Bridget Jones's Diary"?
52324. How many presidents were assasinated?
52326. What is the longest field goal in NFL history?
52327. We are aware that the kings in a deck of playing cards represent Spades - King David; Clubs - Alexander the Great; Hearts - Charlemagne; and Diamonds - Julius Caesar, but what do the suits themselves represent?
52328. Who was the first President of the British Legion after the World War I?
52330. How did Dale Earnhart die?
52332. Which colour paper was used for the special edition of the Financial Times printed to celebrate its centenary in 1993?
52333. When was the word "gay" first used in print to mean "homosexual"?
52334. Where did the first identity theft occur in what country?
52335. Is Pat Sajak a veteran?
52336. When you heat sulphur it turns from a solid to a liquid. Are the atoms the same when it is solid and when it is liquid?
52337. What causes the ringing sound that sometimes occurs in the ear?
52338. Emma of Normandy was known as Emma Swan-Neck. Whose body did she find?
52339. Why are new CDs and singles always released on Tuesdays?
52340. Is the Angel Gabriel that appeared to Muhammad and taught him the verses of the Holy Quran the same Gabriel that's in the Old Testament of the Bible?
52342. Who first named the Bering Strait after Vitus Bering?
52343. What was the name of the bartender at the Longbranch Saloon in Gunsmoke?
52344. What was the first novel known to have been written on a typewriter?
52345. I was watching the CMA awards Tuesday and noticed
the earpieces that the artists were wearing. Does anyone know what it is that they're listening to?
52346. How does a snake eat an object larger than its head?
52347. Which composer brought about his demise whilst conducting?
52348. What was the name of the goldfish spoken about in "Kill Bill II"?
52349. Where did the band Motorhead get their name?
52351. Why are the gondola mooring poles in Venice painted with red and white spiral stripes like the barbershop symbol?
52353. In what state may persons not appear in public clothed in liquid latex?
52354. Wild Planet, a toy maker known for its spy gear and adventure gadgets, said Wednesday it was teaming up with clothing retailer Gap Inc. to sell sweatshirts with FM radios built in at GapKids stores. What is this item called?
52355. What is the largest known insect?
52356. Where does the world's largest supply of vanilla come from?
52357. Which part of the United Kingdom had its own Parliament but wasn't a kingdom or principality?
52358. How many US presidents were assassinated?
52359. How did the numbers and colors get into the order they are now in on the roulette wheel and table?
52364. Why did Joseph Heller change his book title from Catch-18 to Catch-22?
52365. What NFL team has the longest tenure head coach?
52366. In the 1948 London Olympics, what stroke was used by the first seven finishers in the 200m Breast-Stroke final?
52367. What religion was Britain's only Jewish prime minister?
52369. What is Green Day's song "American Idiot" about?
52372. GBA, GBG, GBJ, GBM, GBS, GBZ. What am I talking about?
52373. Who invented the jigsaw puzzle, and what was the puzzle?
52374. What is the proposed new opera project for the composer and writer of "Jerry Springer - The Opera" according to newspaper reports?
52375. What one same six-letter word can mean a diminutive supernatural being; a computer graphic which can be moved about the screen as a single entity; a flash of light in the high atmosphere caused by electrical activity; and is the brand name of the top-selling lime flavoured soft drink in the world?
52376. Why are Cardiff City, Wrexham and Swansea City playing in the English football leagues while Rhyl and Total Network Solutions play in the Welsh league?
52377. Why is the standard railroad gauge in the United States 4 feet 8.5 inches?
52378. What was the first country to conduct a census?
52380. What movie has one actor playing the most separate roles?
52382. What college football team has won the most National Championships?
52383. What is the melting point of cling film?
52384. A competition to find the world's biggest what is judged every November in a pub in Cumbria? What have been some of the recent winning entries?
52386. In June 2004 which singer was voted number one for recording the best black album of all time?
52387. Which 1980 pop star promoted Persil in his younger days?
52388. In which year was the Shake N' Vac dance first seen?
52391. What same six-letter word means both a narrow way through which troops must march a few at a time only, and to pollute or corrupt?
52392. There was a French railcar in which the Germans surrendered in 1918, that Hitler had taken out of a museum for the French to surrender in in 1940. What happened to this railcar, is it still around?
52393. Who are the richest sportsman and sportswoman? About how much money do each of them earn?
52394. Who is Jay Garrick better known as?
52395. Who said, "Children today are tyrants. They contradict their parents, gobble their food and tyrannize their teachers"?
52396. What amphibian's scientific name means "aquatic scrotum"?
52398. What name is a member of the secret worldwide brotherhood thought to have been founded by Valentine Antrea known as?
52399. What is necromancy?
52400. Is there a word for entering a search in Google and getting no pages returned? If not, has anyone got any good suggestions?
52401. What is Afrocentrism?
52402. What was the highest score in a professional American football game in history?
52404. There's no land at the North Pole. What about the South Pole?
52405. What is the largest jellyfish in the world?
52406. After recovering a stolen Cezanne, The St. Louis City Art Museum decided to have it cleaned. They found something very sensational. The painting was titled "The Artist's Sister." What did they discover?
52409. As seen on maps, why do some of the continents have a south-oriented tip?
52410. Does Tony Blair still live at No 11 Downing Street or did I miss him moving back to No 10? Given that he certainly moved into No 11 at some point, why have we not tended to see political correspondents standing outside the door of 11 Downing Street during reports on the Prime Minister?
52411. Which road was laid with the help of the romantic novels of Mills and Boon and why were their works chosen?
52413. The Italian phrase "Cavoli Riscaldati" literally means "reheated cabbage" but it is commonly used to describe what sort of action, and apart from the fact it is quite humerous, why do the Italians describe it in this way?
52414. What is Zermatism?
52416. Do the numbers called out by the quarterback in the pre-hike signals refer to the numbers of the players involved in the play?
52417. In an Olympic Games swimming final, under normal circumstances, in which number lane does the fastest qualifier always swim?
52418. Has "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" by Whitney Houston ever appeared as the main film song or in a film soundtrack?
52420. Where did Jack London die?
52421. What are Actinoids and Lanthanoids?
52422. In German class this afternoon I read a phrase in German which translated to, "Don't play the injured liver sausage." What does it really mean, and how do you say it properly in German?
52427. What does the word "poindexter" mean?
52428. Who first beat Frank Bruno in a World Heavyweight title fight?
52429. Which player made his 1,000th professional appearance in an FA Cup semi final in 2003?
52431. How did the synthetic molecule called Manxane obtain its name?
52432. What is it called when a person takes a wet towel and snaps another person, usually done in a locker room or at a pool party, causing a welt where the towel hits?
52433. What is a Mokele-Mbembe?
52434. What is a Mapinguari?
52435. What is a Dala horse?
52436. What is hypnopompic?
52437. Jack Hobbs, the famous cricketer, scored his 100th century in what year?
52438. Which Python advertised Accurist watches?
52439. Which athlete used to promote Horlicks?
52440. Which mammal is the smallest?
52441. What is the name of the tenth supposedly newly discovered planet?
52442. Which pope threatened his mistress with excommunication?
52443. The Reedy Creek Improvement District in Florida contains two incorporated cities, Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista. What is interesting about this district?
52444. Can any boffin out there tell me when the atom was split for the first time?
52445. Does Europe have any indigenous marsupials?
52446. Who said, "Attention to health is the greatest hindrance to life"?
52448. Are there any survivors of the Titanic that are alive today?
52449. Who was Gordon Shumway?
52450. In 1530 Holy Roman Emperor Charles V deeded to his military men (knights) the Maltese islands for a symbolic annual rent of "what" per year?
52451. What is the opposite of opposite?
52456. In the Rembrants' song or the "Friends" theme song, one of the lyrics is "Your job's a joke, you're broke, your love life's D.O.A." What does D.O.A stand for?
52460. Calico ghost town is one of the few ghost towns still in operation in California. Its history started in 1881 with a rich silver strike. What is the name of the mine that is still open in the ghost town?
52461. Calico ghost town was saved from extinction by an ex-miner. What was his name?
52464. In what language is the incredibly unpronouncable 'xtaq' a word?
52466. Is there any record of what Noah's wife was named?
52467. How many sides does a banana have?
52468. What do crocodiles swallow to enable them to dive deeper?
52470. Which college's staff and students have had the most Nobel Prize laureates?
52471. Who holds the record for the longest stay, almost 50 years, as a recording artist for RCA Victor Records?
52472. What is the origin of the phrase to be "dressed to the nines"?
52473. What is the origin of the phrase "At sixes and sevens"? Yes, I have "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" stuck in my head.
52474. What will happen if I start jumping on the lunar surface?
52475. What children's song is also known as "William Trimmytoes"?
52477. As a TV location, who lived at Blossom Ave?
52478. When Yeovil Town Football Club began as a league club, whose third division ground did they use?
52479. Name the American lawyer and marketing guru once described as the most powerful man in sport who died in 2003 aged 73?
52482. In which city did buildings used to be taxed based on their width?
52483. What nickname is given to the Corporation of London Headquarters?
52485. How much weight was in a lid of pot?
52487. Who is the NFL's all time leading rusher?
52488. How did rocker Alice Cooper get his name?
52489. Are there any large animals that will eat humans as a source of food, not just because they are frightened or confused?
52490. If a crime (e.g. a murder) is committed in international waters and later discovered, in which country is the defendant tried?
52494. What was the name of the sorcerer in the Walt Disney film "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"?
52498. Why do Indianapolis 500 winners drink milk in the winner's circle?
52499. Regarding golf, where did the term "yips" originate?