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1: This person made his fortune by supplying meat to the Union soldiers during the Civil War. In 1870 he built his first meat-packing plant in Chicago, which soon made that city the meat-packing center of the U.S.A. What was his name?
2: What is the French equivalent for the German word Fraulein?
3: Name the official national language in each of these islands: a. Canary Islands b. Tahiti c. Papua New Guinea
4: Commonly called the tailbone, what is the biological name for the small triangular bone at the base of the spinal column?
5: This kind of grayish-white songbird is noted for its ability to mimic the sound of other birds, hence its name. What bird is this?
6: The ancient Greeks were aware of exactly how many planets, including earth?
7: In the list of artist who went insane is this French painter, admitted to an insane asylum in 1899, two years before his death. Who is he?
8: The internet was established in 1969 as a way for research to be quickly and securely shared by computers, for what department of the U.S. government?
9: Who was the first pilot to fly solo, nonstop, across the Atlantic Ocean?
10: Which 1878 Gilbert and Sullivan operetta was subtitled "The Lass that Loved a Sailor"?
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