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Which tiny sea links the Black Sea with the Mediterranean
Correct Answer: Sea of Marmara

The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa. Translated it means
Correct Answer: The land of the long white cloud

This city in Spain is where the famous dish, Paella originated
Correct Answer: Valencia
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The first university in Greece, called the Ionian University, was founded here
Correct Answer: Corfu

When Fredric Baur passed away in 2008, his ashes were buried in this, his invention
Correct Answer: A Pringles can

This species of marine life are actually related to sand dollars and sea urchins
Correct Answer: Star Fish
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Tuesday, January 15th 2019

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This is the largest lake entirely within Canada
Correct Answer: Superior

This country recently surpassed Germany as having the world's most powerful passport
Correct Answer: Singapore

ETA stands for
Correct Answer: Estimated Time of Arrival
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This is the largest lake entirely within Canada
Correct Answer: Superior
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This is the largest lake entirely within Canada
Correct Answer: Superior

This country recently surpassed Germany as having the world's most powerful passport
Correct Answer: Singapore

ETA stands for
Correct Answer: Estimated Time of Arrival
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In travel jargon, WHO stands for what
Correct Answer: World Health Organization

Owned by Starwood the Aloft Hotels opened its first in this Canadian city
Correct Answer: Montreal

The feathers of the Flamingo start off grey, how do they become pink
Correct Answer: From their diet of brine shrimp and blue-green algae
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The name Argentina is from the Latin word
Correct Answer: Silver

On average, people in this Country spend 10 hours and 42 minutes a week reading
Correct Answer: India

What year did Facebook introduce the News Feed in
Correct Answer: 2006
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The longest river in Canada is the
Correct Answer: Mackenzie

This man had only one tooth remaining in his mouth when he was sworn in as the US president in 1789
Correct Answer: George Washington

Lake Hillier in Australia is know for its salt content and this colour
Correct Answer: Pink
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Santorini's official name is actually
Correct Answer: Thira

The first Swanson TV Dinner consisted of this protein food item
Correct Answer: Turkey

Where was the game Chinese Checkers actually invented
Correct Answer: Germany
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Tuesday, January 22nd 2019

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The 100 folds of a Chef's hat are said to represent the many different ways a chef knows to cook, what
Correct Answer: An Egg

The US State closest to Africa is
Correct Answer: Maine

Originally invented in 1968, the Action Office System is more commonly referred to
Correct Answer: The Cubical
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Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

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Inhabitants of the Island of Corfu are also called
Correct Answer: Corfiots

This athletics company got its name from Greek mythology
Correct Answer: Nike

At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is
Correct Answer: The wife's weight in beer
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The feeling of losing track of time and geography inside a mall is called
Correct Answer: Gruen transfer

This Scottish band chose their name after sticking a pin in a map of America and it landed here
Correct Answer: Bay City Rollers

The first item sold on eBay was a
Correct Answer: broken laser pointer
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The only continent with land in all four hemispheres is
Correct Answer: Africa

This bank is the only one in existence that allows users to perform transactions in Latin
Correct Answer: Vatican Bank

The term Galapago refers to the old castellan word meaning
Correct Answer: riding saddle

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