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Which famous scientist, who was Time Magazine's 'Person of the 20th Century', once remarked "Intellectuals solve problems; geniuses prevent them."?
Which King of England is nicknamed 'Coeur de Lion'?
According to American folklore, who was Robert Ford?
The man who killed Jesse James
A railroad engineer
An alias of Jesse James
A Civil War drummer
What German physicist experimented in 1895 with cathode rays and electrostatic charges and discovered new rays that showed images of the inside of objects? He named them X-Rays, an important discovery in the history of medicine.
Alexander Graham Bell
In 1961, a new British earldom was created for a photographer, based on the name of which mountain in Wales?
Henry Heinz, Johnny Unitas, Andrew Mellon, Mary Cassatt, Andy Warhol, and Dan Marino were all born in or near to this city, where Marino played his college football.
Salt Lake City
Born in France and known as "The Divine Sarah", who continued to star on stage with wooden leg after an amputation in 1914?
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Alfred Wainwright is renowned for his writings about, and illustrations of, which area of outstanding natural beauty in the north of England?
The Chiltern Hills
The Lake District
The Pennine Way
The tomb of the daughter of which Scottish King resides in Paisley Abbey in Scotland?
Robert the Bruce
What is the name of the American WWII General who was portrayed in a 1970 movie by George C. Scott and was known for carrying two ivory handled revolvers?
George S. Patton
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