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1. Needing "one more nickel," according to the 1959 Kingston Trio hit, Charley, a Boston commuter, was unable to get off of what?
2. In addition to being the title of two different songs, one written by Akon and one by Matt Wertz, what are the first two words to the "Sesame Street Theme"?
3. If you were vacationing in Hawaii today and enjoying an outing in a glass bottom boat, which of the following would you be most likely to see below the glass?
4. According to an old English proverb, if you were a cat and you returned home from a vacation unexpectedly, what might you find there?
5. During World War II, French resistance fighters against German occupation were a key element to eventual victory. Known as the Maquis in rural areas, what did they wear as identification?
6. In the French card game Mille Bournes, what is a 300 bonus in addition to a 100 safety play bonus?
7. By what name did "The Greatest," Muhammad Ali, win the Light-Heavyweight Boxing Gold Medal in the 1960 Olympics in Rome?
8. Who has written 27 cookbooks, won three Daytime TV Emmys, and was the 2011 winner of the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Chef?
9. Born Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty on 21 May, 1916, what Irish tenor appeared frequently on Jack Benny's radio show even after getting one of his own?
10. I'm having a delicious dessert first mentioned in a French cookbook in 1691 consisting of a custard base topped by a layer of hard caramel. What is it?
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