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1. What nickname connects the state of Iowa and the television show "M*A*S*H"?
2. Hodmedod, Mommet and Bwbach are names for this crop protector (to protect against crows), which is also a character from "The Wizard of Oz".
3. Which royal title could also be associated with a rock band, a New York City borough and the mother of all bees?
4. What do the First and Second Battles of Manassas, the bailiff played by Richard Moll on "Night Court" and a 1980 American film biography of boxer Jake LaMotta have in common?
5. Mysophobia (or misophobia) is the fear of what?
6. Who or what were Sukarno and Suharto?
7. What do a person loathed by criminals for informing to the police, a salon comb with a fine-tooth comb on one end and a long straight thin handle, and the first of the twelve animals on the Chinese zodiac occurring in 2008 and 2020 have in common?
8. What word is both a play by Harold Pinter and a song first performed by Kool & the Gang?
9. What do a 1964 Burt Bacharach-Hal David song sung by Brook Benton for a movie of the same name, a way of educating children outside the formal academic environment, and a 2012 novel by Toni Morrison about Korean-War era racism have in common?
10. The expression "mad as a hatter" comes from the fact that mercury was used in making felt for hats, and hatters frequently suffered from mercury poisoning, What other profession was at risk for mercury poisoning?
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