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1: What is the world's second longest mountain range?
2: How many symphonies did Ludwig van Beethoven compose?
3: In 1966, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that criminal suspects must be informed of their right to remain silent, that anything they say can be used against them in a court of law, that they have the right to the presence of an attorney, etc. This set of l
4: It is said that Erik the Red named this land incorrectly on purpose, in order to attract visitors and settlers. Which land?
5: What item found today in most kitchens was the strongest acid commonly known in ancient times?
6: Take the name of a colorful tropical fruit and add one letter - you get the name of a neck garment. What are these words?
7: Can you think of four seven-letter words that begin with B, and end with "zing"?
8: What two businesses merged in 2002 to form the world's largest computer company?
9: Every day, the U.S government spends over $500 million to replace what products?
10: The share price of what social network for professionals more than doubled in value the first day it was listed on the New York stock exchange on Thursday, May 20, 2011?
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