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1. What do you call the boundary where two air masses of different densities or temperatures meat to create significant weather?
2. Known for her elegance and style she undertook a massive renovation of the White House and formed the fine arts committee for the White House famously giving a televised tour to Charles Collingwood of CBS during her husband’s administration, name this first lady of the 35th president of the United States.
3. Which of the following is not a prime number: 3; 5; 12; or 17?
4. What country did Mexico gain its independence from in the 19th century?
5. He transformed the agency from a weak arm of the federal government into a highly effective investigative force by taking aim at politicians, celebrities and political activists from 1924 until his death in 1972, manning the post for 48 years. Name this former director of the federal bureau of investigation.
6. When did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor: in 1939; in 1941; in 1943 or 1944.
7. When did the first people come to North America?
8. True or false: penguins live in Labrador and Newfoundland.
9. French writer Edmund Rosslyn created what play whose unforgettable title character, despite his many talents fears that no woman will ever love him because of his enormous nose?
10. Who clearly has the upper hand?
11. On the periodic table, Neon has an atomic number of 10. How many protons does Neon have?
12. According to Greek Mythology, who was the muse of astronomy?
13. Touch the spit in the food.
14. Which of the following is not an allied leader: Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill or Benito Mussolini?
15. Name the states in the US with “New” in their name.
16. National parks: tell the state in which the following US national parks are located: The great sand dunes.
17. What city was the first to be attacked by an atomic bomb?
18. Touch the business where you’ll probably find something fit for a queen.
19. Which one of the following is considered a renewable resource: leather, copper, or coal?
20. Which country lost the most soldiers during the world war2: United States, Japan, China or Soviet Union?
21. True or false: Florida shares a border with Mississippi.
22. Rivers: when given a brief description identify the river that’s being described: a) the longest river in China. b) the longest river in France
23. Which of these decoding machines has a scrambled signal?
24. The United States and Mexico are separated by this river.
25. The three most important nutrients for plant growth are nitrogen, phosphorous and what: a) potassium b) hydrogen or c) uranium
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