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1: Give the titles of each of these films with numbers in the title: a. 1982 cops-and-robbers film starring Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte b. 1984 teenage comedy starring Molly Ringwald c. 1954 submarine adventure fantasy starring Kirk Douglas
2: a. How many bones in the human body? b. Of these 206 bones, about 1/4 of them are located in which part of the human body?
3: Super Bowl time again: a. Which NFL team went from last place in its division last season to win their Division this year? b. You would have to go back to 1984 to find a team from the AFL which won the super Bowl game. Which team was that? Name the city
4: Although there are at least 14 McDonald's restaurants in Paris and over 100 in all of France, the McDonald's corporation is having trouble establishing its latest Paris operation because the Paris authorities do not want a McDonald's restaurant in this sp
5: Primarily from which chemical element are semiconductors made?
6: What is the basic difference between physician and doctor?
7: BONUS: In 1971 Mariner 9 became first spacecraft to orbit a foreign planet. Which one did it orbit?
8: BONUS: This important mathematical concept was invented around the 9th century in India and called __nya in Sanskrit, and later called zephirum in Medieval Latin, but today we call it what?
9: With a population of fewer than 8,000 people, what is the smallest state capital in the U.S.?
10: In the 1970s-1980s, due to his professional experience and avuncular demeanor, what news reporter was often cited in viewer opinion polls as "the most trusted man in America."
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