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1. Continuing with the questions regarding Sue Grafton's alphabetic mystery book series, what is her third installment called?
2. The Tejana music superstar Selena lived, died and is buried in what Texas town?
3. Which portion of the brain is responsible for higher mental faculties, i.e. memory and judgement?
4. Which of these is the ancient name for Scotland?
5. What girl's name means "brilliant"?
6. Which model of Chevrolet debuted in 1965?
7. Studies show that eating cruciferous vegetables regularly can lower your risk of many types of cancer. They are called cruciferous because they have cross shaped flowers. Which of the following vegetables is cruciferous?
8. The "Trail of Tears" (1838-1839) occured when several North American Indian tribes were forced to move from their home in the Southeastern US to the Oklahoma Territory. Which of these Indian tribes was one of the main ones relocated?
9. These caverns, located in New Mexico, contain the deepest limestone cave in the US along with one of the world's largest underground chambers.
10. Many cultures use this spice for cooking. It is mentioned in the Bible, and comes mostly from Morocco, Romania and Egypt. It is used in tonics and cough medicines in India. It is also used in chili, stews, beans and pastries. It is even thought to increase appetite. It is light brown,with a mildly sweet/spicy aroma. What is it?
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