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August 12, 2016
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In which Country was Chopin born?
Which famous painter has more than half his works depicting dancers?
The last letter of the Greek Alphabet is?
In which year was Mahatma Gandhi assassinated?
How many Countries on the 'Mainland' of Africa border the Atlantic?
What was the first City in the World to be lit by 'Incandescent Light Bulbs'?
What kind of flower was the first grown in 'Space'?
Cirrus and Stratus are types of what?
Cairo is Arabic for what in English?
For which Country does Man. Utd. Soccer player Paul Pogba play for?
Which Film-Star was known as the 'Little Tramp'?
Which Australian State is an Island?
What metal has the Periodic Symbol 'Fe' ?
In which Country is the biggest Japanese Community outside Japan?
During 1913 Hitler, Stalin, Trotsky, Tito, Freud and Jung all lived in which City?
What is the oldest known Cheese, mentioned in 'The Odyssey'?
In Physics what is the opposite of Convex?
How many USA States have a 'K' in their name?
Since 1928 every USA President has been involved in an assassination attempt except two, D. Eisenhower and which other?
Lyndon B. Johnson
Which USA President was born in Corsica ? (Trick Question)
Warren Harding, Corsica, Ohio
Aug 1, 2019
From Wikipedia: "Egyptians often refer to Cairo as Maṣr (IPA: [mɑsˤɾ]; Egyptian Arabic: مَصر), the Egyptian Arabic name for Egypt itself, emphasizing the city's importance for the country. Its official name al-Qāhirah (Arabic: القاهرة) means "the Vanquisher" or "the Conqueror", supposedly due to the fact that the planet Mars, an-Najm al-Qāhir (Arabic: النجم القاهر, "the Conquering Star"), was rising at the time when the city was founded...". Multiple other sources translate Cairo (or Qahirah) as "powerful", "overpowering", "victorious". So it's not really Arabic for "Mars".
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