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Crowd-Sourced General Knowledge #7

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First submittedJuly 27, 2016
Last updatedJanuary 20, 2019
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What is the only national capital in Europe that starts with the letter K?
Kiev
What does one say in a theater instead of "good luck"?
Break a leg
Name one of the two Kangaroo characters from Winnie the Pooh
Kanga or Roo
In what country was the god Osiris worshipped?
Egypt
What character is the villain in "The Lion King"?
Scar
What country's two main islands are separated by the Cook Strait?
New Zealand
Whose motto was "one for all, all for one"?
Three Musketeers
Who was Romulus's brother?
Remus
What group is also known as "La Cosa Nostra"?
Sicilian Mafia
What Spanish cocktail is translated as "strained pineapple" in English
Pina colada
What is another name for the French Open tennis tournament?
Roland Garros
Who is the main character in the Legend of Zelda?
Link
What African city's name means "White House" in Spanish?
Casablanca
What actress has starred in both "E.T." and "Charlie's Angels"?
Drew Barrymore
What brand of jets are assembled in Toulouse, France?
Airbus
What does the I in ROYGBIV stand for?
Indigo
Who won 7 Mr. Olympia titles between 1970 and 1980?
Arnold Schwarzenegger
What well-known brand is named after the Greek goddess of victory?
Nike
If you serve the army as First Lieutenant and get promoted, what will your rank be?
Captain
What composer wrote the music to "Ode to Joy" - the unofficial
national anthem of the EU?
Ludwig van Beethoven
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level 79
Aug 8, 2016
I can't find any corroboration about the French Open being called Roland Garros. I know that is the stadium where the tournament is held, but I have never heard that before, and I am an avid tennis fan. Any source of verification would be welcome, otherwise I think it is a flawed question.
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level 69
Aug 15, 2016
Well here's the first line of the Wikipedia article: "The French Open, often referred to as Roland Garros (French: [ʁɔlɑ̃ ɡaʁɔs]), is a major tennis tournament held over two weeks between late May and early June at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France."
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level 69
Aug 15, 2016
Also, the official site of the French Open is www.rolandgarros.com.
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level 61
Sep 27, 2016
They frequently refer to it as Roland Garros on British TV during commentary that's how I knew it
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level 60
Sep 27, 2016
I am a casual tennis fan and I have heard that plenty of times.
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level 80
Sep 27, 2016
You're an avid tennis fan and have never heard the French Open referred to as "Roland Garros"? You can't watch or follow that tournament at all without hearing it called that.
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level 72
Oct 8, 2016
Sounds like you are not very avid
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level 75
Jan 20, 2019
Wow, sf49ers isn't fooling you folks! They are clearly in denial about their level of avidity. Thank goodness joeythelemur and trebek are helping uphold standards around here o.O
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level 37
May 26, 2019
In France, EVERYBODY calls the tournament just simply Roland Garros. Yes, it's the name of the place, but also the name of the tournament :)
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level 73
May 28, 2019
Same goes for Wimbledon, which is the name of the place where The Championships is held. (But being an avid tennis fan, sf49ers must have already known that.)
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level 40
Sep 27, 2016
Can you accept Mr. Krabs for the All for One clue? He said it in that episode when he was finding the buried treasure.
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level 60
Sep 27, 2016
If he said it once it's not really a motto.
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level 58
Sep 27, 2016
European Union is not a nation, so there is no "national" anthem of it.
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level 62
Oct 1, 2016
But it still has an anthem.
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level 73
Jan 20, 2019
Yes, it's the EU anthem, but not "national anthem"
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level 80
Jan 20, 2019
There's a Lion King question that is practically the same in crowd sourced general knowledge #1
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level 72
Jan 20, 2019
Anybody else still remember Kishinev?
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level 66
Jan 21, 2019
I don't know how it's known abroad, but in Italy we only refer to it as Cosa Nostra, without La (which is 'the').
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level 70
Jan 21, 2019
According to wikipedia, the music to "Ode to Joy" is the official anthem of the EU, not the unofficial one.
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level 63
May 27, 2019
København starts with a K? haha
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level 43
May 27, 2019
Copenhagen is the more commonly excepted answer, especially on an English language quiz.
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level 45
May 28, 2019
Its "Von Beethoven" not "Van Beethoven". Good quiz!