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Questions from the American television trivia show, "Jeopardy".


  1. The only country in the world whose name in English ends in an 'h', it’s also one of the most populous.
  2. This word for a fake once meant the craft of metalmaking.
  3. Gus in Cats and also giving a magnetic performance in "X-Men".
  4. In a song from Chicago, we’re told to "give 'em the old" this title, "give 'em an act with lots of flash in it".
  5. If you know the correct procedure, you "know" this, also a tool.

  6. This city, which is now known as Silicon Valley's "capital," served as California's first capital after American occupation in 1846.
  7. It's where you could get a pitcher full of beer from Woody or Sam or an earful from Carla.
  8. Nobody expected the Spanish this notorious institution to be abolished in 1834, but everybody was glad it was.
  9. Now a rundown part of any city, it comes from a type of road along which logs were hauled.
  10. In 1976 "Bohemian Rhapsody" was replaced at number one on the U.K. charts by this Europop song whose title is heard in Queen's lyrics.
  11. "The City of the Madonnas" is the unofficial capital of the Flemish-speaking region of Belgium.
  12. In 1921 "sandwich" was added to the name of this cookie that you can take apart to eat the icing first.
  13. Classic geographically named cocktail made with vermouth and American whiskey.
  14. Little armored ones that are often used in the study of leprosy.
  15. You’ll find it listed as a synonym for "enjoy" or described as a type of condiment.
  16. This castle famous for its "stone" was built by Cormac MacCarthy about 1446.
  17. This tune from "Frozen" begins, "The snow glows white on the mountain tonight".
  18. It's the fancier term for clockmaker.
  19. He came to power 34 days before FDR and left it 19 days after him.
  20. This country’s coat of arms features a palm tree and a 19th century American sailing ship.
  21. One theory about Van Gogh’s odd behavior is poisoning from this liqueur made from wormwood.
  22. This country in the Caribbean was given its name because it was reminiscent of a province in Spain to Spanish sailors.
  23. In 1996 the Bayside Boys remix of this song by Los Del Rio was a number one hit, its accompanying dance was a '90s fad too.
  24. Seven-letter term for the imitation by harmless insect species of poisonous ones to fool predators.
  25. Henry VII was among history's many sufferers of this painful joint disorder which the father of medicine called the "unwalkable disease".
  26. The first 2 New York Times headlines set in 96-point type were in these 2 years, 5 years apart.


  1. Bangladesh
  2. Forgery
  3. Sir Ian McKellen
  4. Razzle Dazzle
  5. Drill
  6. San Jose
  7. Cheers
  8. Inquisition
  9. Skid Row
  10. Mamma Mia
  11. Antwerp
  12. Oreo
  13. Manhattan
  14. Armadillos
  15. Relish
  16. Blarney
  17. Let It Go
  18. Horologist
  19. Adolf Hitler
  20. Liberia
  21. Absinthe
  22. Grenada
  23. Macarena
  24. Mimicry
  25. Gout
  26. 1969 and 1974 (Men Walk On The Moon, and Nixon Resigns)