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1: What is the only U.S. state capital city named after a Biblical character?
2: Which female pop music singer holds the record for the most solo #1 hits on the Billboard charts?
3: There are three bridges which connect Manhattan with Brooklyn, across the East River. One of them is, of course, the Brooklyn Bridge. Cahn you name the other two?
4: She fell in love with him at the age of 14. At the age of 18, they married him, and later divorced. Today, at the age of 34 (born in 1957), she is back in love with him, she had his baby, and the two of them are currently starring in a new motion picture.
5: Versatile actress Meryl Streep won Best Actress Oscars for 1979 and 1982, for her roles in what films?
6: This 13th century Italian monk and theologian, who sought to reconcile faith and Aristotelian logic, was named a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. Who is he?
7: The breed of horse that excels at sprinting short distances, in races of a quarter mile or less, are aptly called what?
8: An oyster requires about how many years to produce a perfect, cultivated pearl: closer to 1, 5, or 10?
9: What U.S. states have these nicknames: a. Land of 10,000 Lakes, the North Star State, the Gopher State. What state? b. Small Wonder, Land of Tax-Free Shopping, and the First State. What is it? c. Pelican State, Sportsman's Paradise, and the Sugar State. Which state?
10: The Winter Olympics were first hosted in the United States in 1932, in what resort region?
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