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1. Lawrence Joel, the man for whom the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, named its new coliseum in 1989, was known for doing what?
2. On the classic TV series "Mister Ed", it was revealed during the series that Wilbur Post (played by Alan Young) had been in which branch of the Armed Forces?
3. Which of the following major awards did Hall of Fame hockey star Wayne Gretzky NOT win during his illustrious career?
4. What do the letters of the sporting-goods company BPI stand for?
5. In which city would you find the University of Southern Mississippi?
6. What nickname was given to McDonnell Douglas's 1950s-vintage supersonic interceptor/recon aircraft, which carried the official designation F-101?
7. Which video game publisher produced "Naval Ops: Warship Gunner" for the PlayStation 2?
8. In which Southern US city would you find One Shell Square [697 feet (212 meters)]?
9. In the biomedical/engineering disaster movie "The Cassandra Crossing", what type of bridge spanned the river crossing?
10. Which of the following prescription medications is NOT used to treat adult-onset, or Type II, diabetes?
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