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Questions From Sep 07 07
85501. Taken from a Robert Burns poem, what is the title of the novel which features two men dreaming of making a better life for themselves during the Great Depression, but which goes horribly wrong when one of them accidently kills the wife of a ranch owner's son?
85502. What is the Halloween color?
85504. What is the area of each of the following Indonesian islands: Moa, Leti and Lakor?
85505. How much do Asian Americans spend on their entertainment?
85506. How often do Asian Americans go to a movie theater?
85507. How much is the average Chinese American's income in the United States?
85508. In what county do Rocky and Bullwinkle live?
85510. Which Linkin Park music video shows Rob Bourdon and Brad Delson sitting on a couch?
85512. What is the difference between a scalar and vector quantity?
85513. What number comet was dedicated to astronomer Sir Patrick Moore?
85514. What is osmosis?
85515. What fanatical Dutch communist was blamed for burning down the German Reichstag during Hitler's ascent to power?
85516. Which country is the biggest bicycle manufacturer on the world?
85517. Which tribe invented thongs?
85518. In the word 'bobsleigh' what does 'bob' mean?
85519. What nation has the most citizens who claim a non-belief in God?
85520. In Janet Tashjian's book 'The Gospel According to Larry' Josh (the main character/narrator) mentions something about how 'people scoured the cover of Abbey Road for clues of Paul's death.' Did such a craze ever exist?
85521. What popular dog's name means "I am loyal"?
85522. What luxury car's name means "I hear"?
85523. Does anyone know the most loyal (towards owner) breed of dog? Don't know what to get next!
85524. What is the smallest oil painting in the world?
If you know, value too, please.
85525. Fastest dog over 80 yards is what?
85526. What is the average age for the menopause?
85527. How many bags in a game of Spades will result in 100 points being deducted?
85528. How many consonants can be found in a standard 100 tile game of English Scrabble?
85529. How many numbers are on a standard single-zero roulette wheel? (i.e. just 0, not 0 and 00.)
85530. Is the equator part of the northern hemisphere or southern hemisphere?
85531. What is the fastest digging animal on earth?
85532. Who said, "I mourn for the dead, the dying and those not yet born"?
85534. How many attractions total are at Disney World?
85535. What is the proper term for "booger"?
85536. What was the surname of Henry VIII's fourth wife Anne of Cleves?
85537. Who was the Chicken Man?
85539. What was the piece of music in the advert on ITV for the showing of the film "The Queen"?
85540. What is infinite minus two infinite?
85541. Who is hosting the CCMA Awards on September 10, 2007 in Saskatchewan?
85542. Adam Sandler sang the song "Werewolves Of London" on the album "Enjoy Every Sandwich" a tribute to Warren Zevon in 2004. Does anyone know how he go involved?
85543. As of September 2007, who recorded the world's top selling CD single?
85544. This person wrote a book about a journey with a strange piece of 'equipment'. Who was it, what was the 'equipment' and where did the journey take place?
85545. From which song do these lines come from, "Thy ladies fair and thy servants ten, my gayest gelding to carry thee. Thou hadst my gentlest serving men decked all in green to wait on thee"?
85548. In what German song do the lyrics go, "1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 6, 7, 8"? I think it is from the 90's.
85552. In fairy tales, Prince Charming is a stereotypical character that rescues the princess. Romanian folklore mythology has a similar recurring character. Name him.
85553. According to Dr. Maressa Orzack, what percentage of the 8.5 million players on "World of Warcraft" are psychlogically addicted to the game?
85554. When was the New Testament written?
85556. How many children did King Henry VIII have with his first wife, Catherine of Aragon?
85557. What is the musician's slang for their instrument?
85558. What is the ram-horn instrument called and how did it originate?
85559. Has Simple Plan released any info about their (supposedly) upcoming CD?
85560. What is the world's most expensive hotel?
85562. Initially rejected by close to 30 publishers, this award-winning book was being challenged by religious conservatives long before J.K. Rowling gave us Harry Potter. Featuring a concept involving higher dimensions, the book begins with a line associated with bad literature and made especially famous by a certain comic strip character. What is the book, and why am I posting a question about it?
85563. Who didn't want shortenin' in his bread, and what is the connection with India and northern Africa?
85564. Why is it that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually leaning, and if it continues to tilt more and more at its current rate, how long will it be before it finally comes crashing down?
85565. What deodorant or anti-perspirant shares its name with a type of animal?
85566. Who was the fourth communist leader of the USSR?
85567. Caracas is the capital of where?
85568. "Scouser" is a term given to a supporter of which English premiership football team?
85569. What is the name of the chemical substance which gives microwave popcorn its butter-like taste?
85570. Who originally penned the popular verse that begins: "Here I sit, all broken-hearted"?
85571. In the wild, why do male primates urinate on their hands and feet?
85573. Which non-British World War II ace pilot of the Royal Air Force made a spectacular and daring attack on a German Gestapo headquarters by low flying in the streets of the capital city of his native country, saw himself punished by his superiors with loss of rank because of "disobedience", but was at the same time rewarded with a Distinguished Flying Cross for "gallantry"?
85574. When was the UK's first colour newspaper published?
85575. What's the name of the famous New York restaurant that features caricature portraits of celebrities all over the walls?
85576. Has the Queen ever ridden the Underground?
85577. Okay, I need a real math addict here. How many ways are there to make a dollar using only quarters, dimes and nickels?
85578. Where, when, and what is The Love Parade?
85579. What is "Karlovac"?
85581. What is the highest known elevation at which mountain goats have been found in North America?
85582. What is the second highest mountain peak in Wales (UK)?
85583. What is the population of New Amsterdam, Indiana?
85584. The Latin acronym QED stands for what?
85585. How many seconds are there in a day?
85586. Tashkent is the capital city of where?
85587. Lady Godiva rode naked through which city?
85588. The premise of a famous poem is that the narrator -- the only speaker -- is conducting a visitor through his extensive art collection. Pausing at one work, the subject of which is the title of the poem, he provides some rather disturbing information. What is this poem, who wrote it, and who is presumed to be the narrator?
85590. What is the German equivalent of the English word "coronet"?
85591. How many different Christian denominations are there in the world?
85592. We have heard of black, green, and herb - but what is white tea?
85593. When were pointed boots first introduced?
85594. What is the area of Ko Yao Yai Island and Ko Yao Noi Island, Thailand?
85595. What is the name of Mercury's winged sandals?
85596. When speaking of salaries it is common to refer to one thousand dollars with the letter "K". Why is this done?
85597. During autopsy, what method is employed when removing one organ at a time?
85598. What is the name of the morgue attendant in Hsiang Liu's "Grandfather's Microscope?"
85599. What was the model organism that mRNA was first identified as the translational template?
85600. What is the Japanese word for the 'indigenous-knowingness' of the natural world?
85601. Which microscopic creature is named after the Greek word for change?
85602. What word(s) are derived from the Olde English word 'gemynd'?
85606. Besides Lex Luthor, who is another evil character that plays opposite Superman?
85608. Can you give me the name of this sculpture and the artist? Please, I am desperate. I'll give you the link in first post.
85609. Who was the first baseball star to make $100,000 per year?
85611. What is 7 letter word for a standard size of
photographic print produced from a negative?
85612. Which artist won the Academy of Country's Music's Top New Female Vocalist in 2003?
85613. How many wins does boxer Leon Spinks hold?
85614. What famous first lady has twice been elected as one of the top 100 lawyers in the country?
85615. What year was the Elton John album 'Caribou' released?
85616. Are there any functioning US lighthouses (non tourist) that still have a lighthouse keeper living in or next to the lighthouse?
85617. The Dempster Highway was the first all weather road to cross what?
85618. What 11-time All Star has been named as an assistant coach for the Orlando Magic?
85621. What city was Clint Black born in?
85622. Canadians in Kandahar have a little bit of home. Which international fast food chain has a restaurant there?
85626. What is the area of Tioman Island, Malaysia?
85627. Can anyone see who or what is the connection between; BT, headdress, choreography, Bore, and Manchester United?
85628. Can anyone see who or what is the connection between; Encke, West, Kohoutek, Hyakutake, and McNaught?
85630. Can anyone see a connection between; Judy Collins, Albert Finney, Mal Pope, Alex English, and Kathleen Norris?
85633. As of 2007, how many entries have been removed from the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites?
85634. The song "Everywhere" with the lyrics, "Just tell me why you're here and who you are," was recorded by what artist?
85635. Who was the last player to score a hat-trick at the "Old Wembley"?
85636. Which events has Testie won throughout his entire career?
85638. Which famous 'Gaul' specifically connects an Italian phrase which incidently leads to a humourous yet inherent 'Roman' translation, and part of a pun on a national anthem?
85641. Who became the first American woman to be an ordained minister?
85642. During their 30 odd year career, Black Sabbath has had how many different members?
85643. Are Saxons and Arians one in the same?
85644. How do termites contribute to the greenhouse effect?
85645. What name of a medieval French hero occurs as the name of a Flemish victory bell in a poem by Longfellow and as the name of a good news bringer in a poem by Robert Browning?
85648. To celebrate Canada's 100th anniversary, the first of these appointments were announced. What was it?
85649. Started in St. Ann's church basement in P.E.I. as a potluck fundraiser, this event now serves more than 25,000 a season. What is it?
85650. What is the name of Canada's teenaged midfielder?
85651. Who was once the only female student at Ohio Weslyan University?
85652. Which British Olympic gold medal winning rower attended Oxford Brookes University?
85653. Can you name the last team Garth Brooks attended major league spring training with?
85654. What is the name of Papa Roach's first non-underground CD?
85655. In the movie 'Mommie Dearest' who plays tormented Hollywood icon, Joan Crawford?
85656. In the Beatles? ?Penny Lane? the fireman is carrying a portrait of who in his pocket?
85657. Who won the Academy of Country Music's 2005 entertainer of the year award?
85658. Who or what is the connection between;
Orpheus' wife, Agamemnon' wife, a queen of Carthage, Solomon's mother, and two French writers?
85659. What does the suffix 'thal' mean in German names such as Rosenthal and Hessenthal?
85660. What song has the line "Like I'm never ever going to see you again" repeated over and over?
85661. How many sticks are used in the game Pick Up Sticks?
85662. In what verse in the Bible does it say, "Spare the rod, spoil the child"?
85663. What commedy team appeared on the first Ed Sullivan Show for two hundred dollars?
85664. What is a pyrotechnic display?
85665. Who said to a Senate committee, "Billy Carter is not a boob, wacko or buffoon"?
85667. Marc Anthony was born in what city?
85668. On this picture there are most wanted live artists. What are their names? I will give you link in my first post.
85669. Where is Danielle Peck putting the money she earns from her garage sale in her new video for ?Isn't That Everything??
85671. Which poet coined the phrase often quoted or cited to Caligula's utterance "oderint dum metuant"?
85673. What is the better known identity of minus 273.15 degrees celsius?
85674. What is Japanese sake made from?
85675. What was the name of the last Rodgers and Hammerstein musical?
85676. How many people died in total on September 11th 2001?
85677. Who crowned Napoleon France's emperor?
85682. Which noun is used to describe the study of the efficiency of people in their working environment?
85683. According to Norse Mythology, what were the warrior handmaidens to Odin called?
85684. What is measured in 'bathyal', 'abyssal' and 'hadal'?
85685. What do Dong, Colon, Sucre and Lempira have in common?
85687. What are expenses for entertainment annually in the Unites States?
85688. Where was the first ghost town in the world?
85689. There are two colleges known as the first women's college in the United States. One was Mount Holyoke College, what was the other one?
85690. What was the name of the wholesale club off I-20 near Six Flags over Georgia, before it became Sam's Club
85692. Which country invented the deck of cards, that is the 2-10 with jack, queen, king and ace?
85695. What is the name of syrup and alcohol liquor that is made of date palms? Its name in Arabic means "sweet."
85696. In 1815 after the fall of Napoleon, some French "communes" found it a good idea to adapt their names to the new political situation. A certain "bourg" or village on the French-Spanish border was so enthusiastic about the return home of a particular aristocrat via their territory that they proposed to re-baptise the village after him. He politely declined the offer, but suggested a reference to his wife, a princess of royal blood. Who was this "madame", who was her royal but unfortunate father, who was the aristocrat, and what was the new name given to the village?
85697. What is the name of Chuck Berry's guitar style?
85699. Mary-Kate and Ashley were not selected first. Does anyone know who were originally cast to play Michelle in 'Full House'?
85702. What bra size is Toccara from America's Next Top Model Cycle 2?
85703. Why do they call those leg pains 'charley horses'?
85704. Were there four or five country men members as the Highwaymen; Waylon, Willie, Kris, Johnny and?
85705. When was the first 1000 dollar bill, and the first 2 dollar bill printed?
85706. From 'Big Brother 8' what is E.D.'s real name?
85707. Who said, "Ego vero me minus diu senem esse mallem, quam esse senem, antequam essem"?
85708. Which body part means flat cake in Greek?
85710. Which US President purchased Alaska from Russia?
85711. Who said, "Blut ist ein ganz besonderer Saft"?
85712. A nine year old flew across Canada from Victoria and landed in St. John's, Newfoundland, making her the youngest person to fly across Canada. What was her name?
85713. The Third Gross National Happiness Conference will be held in Thailand in November. The Second GNH Conference, held in 2005, was hosted in which Canadian city?
85714. At Wimbledon, Serena Williams managed a three set win despite a severe calf injury. Which calf was affected?
85717. Kenny Chesney's 'Never Wanted Nothing More' has now spent the most consecutive weeks at number one this year, but who held that mark prior to him?
85718. Which former Heavyweight Champion was knocked down during the first round by Louis Monaco?
85719. Who was the queen of ancient Eqypt famous for love affairs and political genius?
85720. What famed actress made her name playing the Wicked Witch in 'The Wizard of Oz'?
85721. What US city had the first railroad station?
85722. What year was the Beach Boys? Brian Wilson born?
85723. In the group Big & Rich, what is Big's full name?
85724. Who is on the corner of the Beatles? ?Penny Lane??
85725. "Of all things visible, the highest is the heaven of the fixed stars." Who said that?
85726. What are all of the US states that border Mexico?
85727. Which album did Bob Dylan receive a Grammy for in the category of Best Traditional Folk Album?
85728. How many sticks are used in the game pickup sticks? Is there a definitive answer on this one? [delete]
85729. Who or what is the connection between; Destroying Angel, The Green Man, Birds of Prey, Tainted Fruit, and The Fisher King?
85730. In 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' to whom did Professor Henry Jones say he should have mailed his diary after he and Indiana were captured by the SS?
85733. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was denied a Canadian visa to attend a gala dinner and grand opening of an opera in her honour. What was the name of the opera?
85735. What popular American fast food restaurant is always closed on Sunday?
85736. What is Chuck Palahniuk's most successful book in terms of sales?
85737. What does the acronym HTML stand for?
85738. What was World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) previously called?
85739. What is the English translation of the Welsh town Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?
85740. The McLaren formula one team comprises of which two drivers?
85741. Who is the saintly King of the Bulgars of whom it could be said that as a son and grandson of saints he had sainthood running in the family, and who may be said to have, indirectly, given his name to the American continent?
85742. What US states border Canada?
85743. Are Ben and Rasheed Wallace related?
85744. Are Shaquille and Jermaine O'Neal related?
85745. How did the Christian band Building 429 get its name?
85746. What 80's band redid the 60's song "It's Good News Week"?
85747. This adds to the thrust of the jet engine:
"After ____ "?
85748. Who said, "I am the protagonist and I am the victor, for the game that only I can finish approaches"?
85749. What satellite spawned a hit single?
85750. Tonight, I'm making a dish with an unusual name that suggests a military officer posted to a rural area and that probably originated in a country long occupied by the British. Now popular in the American South, it just might have been introduced to that region by the commander of a ship involved in a certain trade. What is it, and what goes into it?
85751. How does a pile of books, a physics formula, and an oval medicated mass specifically connect to a recent sporting event?
85753. Is the continent of Antartica divided into any countries?
85754. What is the definition for Workplace Reform?
85755. What role did Engles have in the creation of the Communist political philosophy?
85756. What mixed with water water makes glue?
85757. What is Paraskevidekatriaphobia?
85758. Which Greek term means 'equanimity'?
85759. Who said, "Satiety gives birth to hubris"?
85760. Is mixing alcohol with water a chemical or physical change?
85761. After Buddha's death, his shadow appeared in a cave and was shown to visitors for many years. What was the name of the cave?
85762. What are the two smallest continents in land area that also fit the definition of an island?
85763. What continent has the fewest number of nations? [delete]
85764. "You Needed Me" was the song that propelled this singer to be the first Canadian woman to top the American pop charts. Who is she?
85765. Where, when and under what name was the first ever women's magazine published?
85766. Who was the Queen of France as well as England? She was also Europe?s legendary central figure of the Middle Ages.
85767. The character of Terrence Steadman was played by two different actors in seasons one and two. What are their names?
85768. The life of this boxer was made into a movie. Who is the real 'Cinderella Man'?
85769. The script as presented to director John Woo was set in the future, but Woo suggested changing the setting to the present to focus on the _____ of the storyline?
85770. What explorer was depicted on the first U.S. commemorative coin, produced in 1892?
85771. The 'Prison Break' character of "D.B. Cooper" is based on an actual person. In 1971, after hijacking an airliner, extorting $200,000 from its owner, Northwest Orient, and leaping off the airborne plane, how many pounds of $20 bills strapped to his body did the crook escape with?
85772. This Canadian director has built his reputation through a variety of mediums. He is currently on the Canadian Opera Company's production of Wagner's Ring Cycle. Who is he?
85773. Billed as "The Next Great One" Eric Lindros chose to stay and play with his junior team, the Oshawa Generals rather than play with this NHL team. What was the name of the team he snubbed?
85774. Which artist stepped in to headline the 2007 Music City Jam when Brad Paisley had to pull out due to the birth of his son?
85775. What song from the Rush CD ?Moving Pictures? had no words?
85776. How many years has Pella Windows been in business?
85777. What month was the Animal?s drummer John Steel born?
85778. What is the name of Big & Rich's 2007 CD?
85779. What role got Arnold Schwarzenegger both a hero and villian award from AFI?
85780. What song did Bruce Springstein write for Patti Smith?
85781. What project earned Bruce Springsteen an Academy Award?
85782. What British fashion designer is associated with the logo of a five-petalled daisy?
85783. What defect of lenses, including the eye, is caused by the curvature being different in two mutually perpendicular planes, so that rays in one plane may be in focus while those in the other are out of focus?
85784. What is the largest domestic cat breed?
85788. What is the title of the song most rcently released for radio play by AC/DC?
85789. What was the name of the computer that was the first to use 3.5 inch floppy disks?
85790. In the Wreckers video ?My, Oh My? what company does the young man being picked up work for?
85792. What is the name of the song that says "And I don't care about that" and mentions actress Mary Tyler Moore?
85793. What is the most common motivation for a native English speaker to study a foreign language?
85794. What plant has more chromosomes than humans?
85795. Which U.S. state was the first to have a McDonald's restaurant and who ran it?
85796. In what country was absinthe first produced and by whom?
85797. What was the first college in Alabama?
85798. The names of Richard Twining and Sir Thomas Lipton stand for tea. What do the names of Philippe Suchard, Auguste Poulain and Rodolphe Lindt stand for?
85799. What was the first coed college or university in the state of Alabama?
85800. What is "Plastam"?
85802. What is the population of Asian Americans in the United States?
85803. What did Victorian surgeons wear performing surgery? Were they clean or dirty? Any information would be much appreciated.
85805. What was contained in the Book of All Power?
85808. What word, partly derived from the Greek meaning 'dreams', is given to the practice of divining the future through dreams?
85810. What is Hillary Duff's religion?
85811. In what states does the Mississippi River begin and end?
85812. His father was German, his uncle was bald and he was fat. Who was he, and who was his best-known great grandfather?
85813. How do you find the root of a word?
85815. Which Greek mythological creature strangled to death all her victims and how is its etymology similar to a bodily function found in our bodies?
85816. What was the musical based in Vietnam, "Miss ____"?
85818. What is the world's largest volcanic island?
85819. What is the world's largest coral island?
85820. Is there any relationship between a lobster and a cockroach?
85821. Why do people from Spain speak with a lisp and is it true that a king of theirs spoke with a lisp and that is why they now speak with a lisp?
85822. What song did AVE skate to in his first Alien video part?
85824. What Argentinian, who now plays for Inter Milan, played for Richard Stockton College in Pomona, NJ?
85825. Who was the first Canadian to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?
85826. Name an occasion, possibly the only one, when both mens singles top seeds lost in the first round of a Tennis Grand Slam event?
85827. Who hit the first night-time home run?
85828. Which famous Jewish name has been explained as either referring to the Yiddish version of the German name Trier or as referring to a house with the sign of a tripod?
85829. What CD won the Academy of Country Music?s 2005 album of the year?
85831. What artist's father was an athletic director?
85832. Quesnel, British Columbia, known as Gold Pan City, is also known as the capital of the world of what material?
85833. The Toronto Argonauts recently signed which NFL kicker?
85834. What French military heroine is also known as the model of an inspiring leader?
85835. In what year after 2008 does America elect
a new president?
85836. What was Michael Madsen's codename in the film 'Reservoir Dogs'?
85837. How is a volcanic island made?
85838. How is an atoll made?
85840. What is the name of Volkswagen's new hardtop convertible?
85843. Biblically, how, where and when did God make the races of the world; black, white, Hispanic, Asian?
85844. Does the devil really have horns?
85846. What family surname was Thomas, the 18th - 19th century earl who, while an envoy in Constantinople, obtained permission to transport certain sculptures to safety in Britain, a move which still causes controversy now?
85847. Which European maple species, especially those with a wavy grain, provides the traditional wood for violins?
85849. What two people are the top two Oscar winners of all time?
85850. Which country has this bank note: it is white and green, is worth 100 of something, has no face or photo on it, but some picture like Picasso, and in the lower right corner there is a symbol like ying and yang? I can give you link to that money bank photo.
85851. KXOL-FM 96.3 is a radio station in what area?
85852. Who was considered the Queen of the Nile?
85853. What river is the Waterwheel Falls on?
85854. Labason, Zamboanga del Norte, is sorted into how many barangays?
85855. A Francophile loves all things French; an Anglophile loves all things English: by extension, what is the noun for he who loves all things British, and similarly, all things American?
85856. Which is probably the only opera to feature the guillotine as an instrument?
85857. What is the name of the time zone Florida is in?
85858. What was the first new car equiped with a radio?
85859. Who won the OSL?
85860. How are planets different from comets, asteroids and meteorites?
85861. Are the islands of New Zealand of volcanic origin?
85862. Name the four countries with a land mass of 10 square kilometre or less?
85863. What is the smallest named island in the world?
85864. When registering on the computer more than often one has to copy some letters that have been obscured. Why is this done?
85865. Which poet wrote, "The tree is alone, the cloud is alone. Everything is alone when I am alone"?
85866. What technique did the hacker use to steal the information of 6 million customers at Ameritrade?
85867. Which book is the passage "Life consisteth in blood; blood is the seat of the soul; therefore the chiefest work of the microcosm is to be making blood continually" found?
85868. Who considered the cerebellum to be the head ganglion of the proprioceptive system?
85869. What Disney villain had his friends desert him, leaving him alone to be chased by a crocodile?
85870. Winnipeg's last streetcar rolled off the line in 1955. Before it turned to electric power it was horse powered. What was the name of the streetcar company?
85871. The NIS football season began with last year's Vanier champs remaining on top. What is the name of the top team?
85872. Who did Kelly Clarkson do a duet with on her 'Thankful' CD?
85873. Who holds the National Hockey League record for all-time regular season goaltender wins with 551?
85874. What Queen of England and Ireland was considered the most famous of all English monarchs?
85875. What designer was the first to popularize the little black dress?
85876. Linkin Park?s Chester Bennington has what nickname in the group?
85877. Incubus was formed in what city?
85878. Which actress briefly popularized the women's fashion of wearing loose-fitting men's clothes, a look which took its name from her eponymous screen role in 1977?
85879. What figure of speech, a 10 letter word, opposes or contrasts ideas, and is demonstrated by John Milton in 'Paradise Lost' with the line "Better to reign in hell, than to serve in heaven"?
85880. What is the period of extreme gluttony in late summer that bears experience called?
85881. What make and model of car and in what year was the first factory installed radio in the United States? Not looking for dealer installed radios.
85882. What is "waterboarding"?
85883. To the nearest thousand years, how long is man's history?
85884. According to "our system", name the periods into which history may be divided?
85885. What is the earliest period of time in the history of our universe?
85886. Can a soldier who commits suicide be honorably discharged?
85887. What is the term of spousal endearment, "Better ____ "?
85891. Which city boasts having the most millionnaires, dollar millionnaires or pound millionnaires, you choose?
85892. Who was the only Southern senator who remained loyal to the Union during the Civil War?
85893. In the peg-game solitare how many starting pieces are there in a standard plus-shaped board? Remember there is no centre piece!
85894. Why does the sun lighten our hair, but darken our skin?
85896. How do you play Solitare?
85897. Who is Harry Potter's godfather?
85898. Who is the only American president to marry the daughter of another American president?
85899. One of the romantic legends of Art History concerns a woman who is thought to have been the model for several paintings -- including one of his most famous -- by a love-struck artist whose name can be translated as small versions of a certain type of container. It is said by some that this woman was also the mistress of a doomed member of a famous family and that he once participated in a contest in her name, carrying a banner painted by the artist. Who was she, who was the artist, and can you find me one or two of the putative portraits?
85901. Do blind people cry when they cut onions?
85902. What is the difference between a bacterium and a virus?
85903. How did Aldemaro Romero die?
85904. What are the names of Daniel Radcliffe's dogs?
85907. The menu for the harvest dinner our community celebrated last week consisted mainly of homegrown foods. What kind of pie did we have for dessert? The plant in question grows so well in northern climates it's almost impossible to eradicate, and its name has a secondary meaning that means a quarrel.
85908. What comedian/actor ranked #12 in Comedy Central's list of top 100 greatest stand ups of all time?
85909. What was the secret of the Dharma's peak according to Santideva?
85910. Who was the only player in NHL history to score a goal in all five possible game situations in the same game?
85911. What was the first experiment suggested by a high school student to fly aboard the shuttle?
85912. Who plays Lucifer in 'The Prophecy'?
85914. This super bantamweight boxer is ranked eighth by the International Boxing Federation. What is his name?
85915. Nothing to do with Disney, although they sound like Disney characters. Who was the Winter King, and how did the Queen of Hearts lead to the presence of English and Scots at a far off battle?
85916. Jonathan Ross has a dog called Mr. Pickles. Can anyone tell me what breed of dog it is?
85918. What is the purpose of the thousands of websites that are just made up of random words like this one http://qtnc.yfjgf.cn/ and many more in .cn (where's that- Cameroon maybe?) and lots set up like blogs as well?
85920. In 1987, a historical agreement was signed in Montreal by 24 countries to control a global environmental pollutant. What is the agreement known as?
85922. Why do we often see the occupation of 'pork butcher' but never a 'beef butcher' or 'mutton butcher' for instance?
85923. Trolley buses still operate in Vancouver and Edmonton. Which city has been considering phasing them out?
85924. Who killed Echidna and where was she killed?
85925. Is it unusual to have five generations of living women?
85926. Do hermit crabs lay eggs?
85927. What type of goverment leader does Canada have?
85928. "Food" has one set of consecutive double letters. "Balloon" has two. What is the only word in the English language with three consecutive double letters?
85929. Does anyone have a specific order of things (order of minerals, order of animals, etc.) from the Great Chain of Beings of the Elizabethan Era?
85931. What is the name of the phobia if you are afraid for anything to touch your neck, wearing necklaces, people touching your neck, etc.?
85932. Does R2-D2 get his memory erased along with C3PO at the end of episode III?
85933. Does anyone remember the name of a children's show from the 70's that had a talking boot, "Princess" (the pink shoe) and they'd sing "Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar" a lot? We as children called it "The Boot Show" (he was kinda the "host") but I know that wasn't really it. Any ideas?
85934. Are there any sea islands in Lithuania?
85937. What is the largest island that has disappeared during the last 100 years?
85939. Excluding artificial islands, what is the largest new island that has come into existence during the last 100 years?
85940. Which country has the largest number of islands?
85941. How many coutries are affected by poverty and can you list them?
85942. What are the seven stages of dealing with death? I think the first is denial.
85945. Who was the 2006 Academy Of Country Music top vocal duo?
85947. In the television series "Proof," what is the actor's name who plays the blonde-haired baddie who assasinates everyone?
85948. What is the Chinese term for "let's have a look-see"?
85949. From which Mandarin word did the English phrase 'chop-chop' originate?
85950. Which Milton phrase does this Chinese proverb most closely resemble; ning wéi jí kôu bú wei niú hou (better to be a rooster's beak than a bull's rump)?
85951. Who are all the members that ever played in the Greatful Dead?
85952. Who was the master calligrapher in China that is often credited for the invention of Indian ink?
85953. Which popular French little cake is often linked with the genesis of a famous French novel, and was invented by the pastry cook of either a deposed Polish King from 18th century, or of a famous French diplomat in the 19th century, and in what commune of French Lorraine is it traditionally made?
85954. How does a certain French "soldier of love" earn himself the nickname "the Tulip" in a film from the 1950s featuring among others Gina Lollobrigida?
85955. What does it imply if you describe a woman as
"Doña Manuela Fernandez de Ortega", and is there a different implication in the name " Doña Manuela Ortega y Fernandez" ?
85956. As what did all of these make a career; Louis Hachette, Calmann Lévy, Pierre Bordas, Arthème Fayard and Robert Laffont?
85957. What year was the duo Big & Rich formed?
85958. This iconic Canadian author had a typeset designed as a tribute to him. What is his name, and consequently the font name?
85959. Why are there 12 members on a jury?
Where did the idea of a dozen people stem from?
85960. The football game between the Bears and what team in 1940 ended in big loss and one of the longest lasting records in sports?
85961. ?In the End? was the fourth video for what band?
85962. Which Green Day song has this line, "I'm a loser"?
85963. Who was the Queen of France for almost 20 years, and a major catalyst for the French Revolution?
85964. Who became the first woman in the US with a medical degree?
85965. In "The Usual Suspects" Kevin Spacey plays the lead role of a con artist name Roger Kint. What is Roger's nickname?
85966. The first printing press in Canada was set up in Halifax in 1751. Who set it up?
85967. Which Toronto native and former Trail Blazer was picked up by the New Jersey Nets?
85968. What is the first day of the week and why, explain?
85969. I know the father, the son, and the Holy Spirit make up the trinity. Can someone explain that scripturally?
85970. Who produced Audioslave's debut album?
85971. What do the numbers 888 stand for?
85973. What do you need to be a globetrotter?
85975. Which famous football player was nicknamed "Jake the Snake"?
85976. How long after President Lincoln was assassinated did the US Civil war formally end?
85977. Why are all the gymnasts short?
85978. What is the closest Heritage Site to Littleton Recreation Ground?
85979. What percentage of retail transactions made on the British High Street are done using either debit or credit cards, as opposed to cash?
85981. Given that most monarchs in history have died in the battlefield, or been executed somehow, or simply died in bed, the one I'm looking for may well be unique. He died in an accident rock-climbing at an age when many have given that sort of thing up. Who was he?
85982. How did the Portland Trailblazers get their name?
85983. How did the San Diego Padres get their name?
85984. What was Trisha Yearwood's first single to showcase Garth Brooks on background vocals?
85985. What Greek letter has come to mean a small amount but actually originally meant an enormous difference?
85986. What is the origin of the phrase "Possession is nine-tenths (or 9 points) of the law"?
85987. Who was the first Beatle to die?
85988. Apart from tobacco and potatoes, what else did Sir Walter Raleigh return to Britain with from the new world?
85989. What is the heaviest rod and line caught fish?
85990. Between which two cities are most flights made per day?
85991. Where is the first building to have glass windows?
85992. A very well known nursery rhyme, associated with a mystery writer, was first documented in a musical round written by an English composer in a 17th century work which entails a story of piracy. What is the rhyme, who is the composer and what, in a culinary sense, is particularly interesting about the hero in the 17th century collection?
85994. What is the name and make of ex F1 star Nigel Mansell's boat?
85999. What does the symbol on the "podium" at 'Antichrist Superstar' mean?