Commit b4628a4e authored by Jonathan Harker's avatar Jonathan Harker

questions: fix UTF-8 encoding.

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Category: Americanisms
Question: Britains say 'tarmac'; Americans say ······.
Question: Britains say 'tarmac'; Americans say ······.
Answer: runway
Category: Analogies
Question: Analogy: 'Ancient' is to 'old' as 'recent' is to ········.
Question: Analogy: 'Ancient' is to 'old' as 'recent' is to ········.
Answer: current
Category: Analogies
Question: Bull - cow as fox - ··········.
Question: Bull - cow as fox - ··········.
Answer: vixen
Category: Analogies
Question: Goose - geese as passerby - ···········.
Question: Goose - geese as passerby - ···········.
Answer: passersby
Category: Anatomy
Question: Your ···· holds your head to your shoulders.
Question: Your ···· holds your head to your shoulders.
Answer: neck
Category: Arts
......@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ Question: In what field of study would you find "flying buttresses"?
Answer: architecture
Category: Arts
Question: The study of building design is ············.
Question: The study of building design is ············.
Answer: architecture
Category: Arts
......@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ Question: This statue was found on the Greek island of Melos in 1820.
Answer: Venus de Milo
Category: Arts
Question: Three main types of Greek columns are Doric, Ionic, and ··········.
Question: Three main types of Greek columns are Doric, Ionic, and ··········.
Answer: Corinthian
Category: Arts
......@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ Question: Which month has a diamond as a birthstone?
Answer: April
Category: Astronomy
Question: A heavenly body moving under the attraction of the Sun and consisting of a nucleus and a tail is a(n) ·····.
Question: A heavenly body moving under the attraction of the Sun and consisting of a nucleus and a tail is a(n) ·····.
Answer: comet
Category: Astronomy
......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ Question: Does Uranus have an aurora?
Answer: yes
Category: Astronomy
Question: From 1979 until 2000 the most distant planet from the earth was ·······.
Question: From 1979 until 2000 the most distant planet from the earth was ·······.
Answer: Neptune
Category: Astronomy
......@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ Question: Name the second-largest planet in the solar system.
Answer: saturn
Category: Astronomy
Question: Our galaxy is commonly known as the ········.
Question: Our galaxy is commonly known as the ········.
Answer: Milky Way
Category: Astronomy
......@@ -136,27 +136,27 @@ Question: The Big Dipper is part of what constellation?
Answer: Ursa Major
Category: Astronomy
Question: The North Star is also known as ·······.
Question: The North Star is also known as ·······.
Answer: Polaris
Category: Astronomy
Question: The fourth planet from the sun is ····.
Question: The fourth planet from the sun is ····.
Answer: Mars
Category: Astronomy
Question: The name for the group of stars which form a hunter with a club and shield is ·····.
Question: The name for the group of stars which form a hunter with a club and shield is ·····.
Answer: Orion
Category: Astronomy
Question: The planet closest to the sun is ·······.
Question: The planet closest to the sun is ·······.
Answer: Mercury
Category: Astronomy
Question: The spiral galaxy nearest ours is the ········· galaxy.
Question: The spiral galaxy nearest ours is the ········· galaxy.
Answer: Andromeda
Category: Astronomy
Question: The tides on the earth's oceans are actually created by gravitational pull from the ····.
Question: The tides on the earth's oceans are actually created by gravitational pull from the ····.
Answer: Moon
Category: Astronomy
......@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ Question: What planet boasts the Great Red Spot?
Answer: Jupiter
Category: Bet you don't know ;-)
Question: The two sexes of humans are male and ······?
Question: The two sexes of humans are male and ······?
Answer: female
Category: Biochemistry
......@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@ Question: What is normal body temperature for an adult human (in degrees fahrenh
Answer: 98.6
Category: Botany
Question: The practice of joining the parts of two plants to make them grow as one is called ········.
Question: The practice of joining the parts of two plants to make them grow as one is called ········.
Answer: grafting
Category: Botany
......@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ Answer: three hundred and sixty six
Regexp: (three hundred (and )?sixty[- ]six|366)
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: Alvin & Simon had a brother called ····.
Question: Alvin & Simon had a brother called ····.
Answer: Theodore
Regexp: (theodore|theo)
......@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@ Question: An Andy Panda cartoon gave birth to a famous, cantankerous bird. Name
Answer: Woody Woodpecker
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: An adventurous penguin named Tennessee Tuxedo had a sidekick named ·······?
Question: An adventurous penguin named Tennessee Tuxedo had a sidekick named ·······?
Answer: Chumley
Category: Cartoon Trivia
......@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ Question: Charles Boyer inspired a cartoon skunk. Who?
Answer: Pepe le Pew
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: Famous Phrases: Who knows? The ······.
Question: Famous Phrases: Who knows? The ······.
Answer: Shadow
Category: Cartoon Trivia
......@@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ Question: In what city does Fat Albert live?
Answer: Philadelphia
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: Mentor of Titan had two children in the Marvel comics, Thanos and ···?
Question: Mentor of Titan had two children in the Marvel comics, Thanos and ···?
Answer: Ero
Category: Cartoon Trivia
......@@ -385,11 +385,11 @@ Question: On what T.V. show could Tom Terrific be found?
Answer: Captain Kangaroo
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: Popeye's chief adversary has two names, Bluto and ······?
Question: Popeye's chief adversary has two names, Bluto and ······?
Answer: Brutus
Category: Cartoon Trivia
Question: Porky Pig had a girlfriend named ········.
Question: Porky Pig had a girlfriend named ········.
Answer: Petunia
Category: Cartoon Trivia
......@@ -598,27 +598,27 @@ Question: Hydrogen Hydroxide is more commonly known as what?
Answer: water
Category: Chemistry
Question: Nitrogen, a poisonous gas, makes up 78% of the ··· that we breathe.
Question: Nitrogen, a poisonous gas, makes up 78% of the ··· that we breathe.
Answer: air
Category: Chemistry
Question: Sodium Hydroxide is more commonly known as ···.
Question: Sodium Hydroxide is more commonly known as ···.
Answer: lye
Category: Chemistry
Question: Sodium bicarbonate is better known as ·········.
Question: Sodium bicarbonate is better known as ·········.
Answer: baking soda
Category: Chemistry
Question: The process of removing salt from sea water is known as ···········.
Question: The process of removing salt from sea water is known as ···········.
Answer: desalination
Category: Chemistry
Question: The smallest portion of a substance capable of existing independently and retaining its original properties is a(n) ········.
Question: The smallest portion of a substance capable of existing independently and retaining its original properties is a(n) ········.
Answer: molecule
Category: Chemistry
Question: This ancient attempt to transmute base metals into gold was called ·······.
Question: This ancient attempt to transmute base metals into gold was called ·······.
Answer: alchemy
Category: Chemistry
......@@ -634,7 +634,7 @@ Question: This poisonous gas is in the exhaust fumes from cars.
Answer: carbon monoxide
Category: Chemistry
Question: Water containing carbon dioxide under pressure is called ···· ·····.
Question: Water containing carbon dioxide under pressure is called ···· ·····.
Answer: soda water
Category: Chemistry
......@@ -674,7 +674,7 @@ Question: Name the loner rebel reindeer with the red shiny nose.
Answer: Rudolph
Category: Christmas
Question: Santa Claus reportedly lives at the ····· Pole.
Question: Santa Claus reportedly lives at the ····· Pole.
Answer: north
Category: Comic Strip Trivia
......@@ -682,11 +682,11 @@ Question: What comic strip is set at Camp Swampy?
Answer: Beetle Bailey
Category: Computer Science
Question: That big square thing you're staring at right now is called a ·······?
Question: That big square thing you're staring at right now is called a ·······?
Answer: monitor
Category: Computer Science
Question: The Internet Relay Chat Program, which normally connects to port 6667, is more commonly known as ···.
Question: The Internet Relay Chat Program, which normally connects to port 6667, is more commonly known as ···.
Answer: IRC
Category: Definitions
......@@ -746,120 +746,120 @@ Question: -isms: The belief in living a very austere and self-denying life.
Answer: asceticism
Category: Definitions
Question: A clip, shaped like a bar to keep a woman's hair in place is a ·······.
Question: A clip, shaped like a bar to keep a woman's hair in place is a ·······.
Answer: barrette
Category: Definitions
Question: A depilatory is a substance used for removing ····.
Question: A depilatory is a substance used for removing ····.
Answer: hair
Category: Definitions
Question: A device used to change the voltage of alternating currents is a ··········.
Question: A device used to change the voltage of alternating currents is a ··········.
Answer: transformer
Category: Definitions
Question: A flat, round hat sometimes worn by soldiers is a ·····.
Question: A flat, round hat sometimes worn by soldiers is a ·····.
Answer: beret
Category: Definitions
Question: A government in which power is restricted to a few is a(n) ··········.
Question: A government in which power is restricted to a few is a(n) ··········.
Answer: oligarchy
Category: Definitions
Question: A person in his eighties is called a(n) ············.
Question: A person in his eighties is called a(n) ············.
Answer: octogenarian
Category: Definitions
Question: A person who starts fires maliciously is a(n) ·········.
Question: A person who starts fires maliciously is a(n) ·········.
Answer: arsonist
Category: Definitions
Question: A person with a strong desire to steal is a(n) ········.
Question: A person with a strong desire to steal is a(n) ········.
Answer: kleptomaniac
Category: Definitions
Question: A pugilist is a ·····.
Question: A pugilist is a ·····.
Answer: boxer
Category: Definitions
Question: A receptacle for holy water is a(n) ····.
Question: A receptacle for holy water is a(n) ····.
Answer: font
Category: Definitions
Question: A sun-dried grape is known as a(n) ······.
Question: A sun-dried grape is known as a(n) ······.
Answer: raisin
Category: Definitions
Question: A word like 'NASA' formed from the initials of other words is a(n) ······.
Question: A word like 'NASA' formed from the initials of other words is a(n) ······.
Answer: acronym
Category: Definitions
Question: Acrophobia is a fear of ·······.
Question: Acrophobia is a fear of ·······.
Answer: heights
Category: Definitions
Question: An "omniscient" person has unlimited ··········.
Question: An "omniscient" person has unlimited ··········.
Answer: knowledge
Category: Definitions
Question: An anemometer measures ···· ········.
Question: An anemometer measures ···· ········.
Answer: wind velocity
Category: Definitions
Question: An animal stuffer is a(n) ···········.
Question: An animal stuffer is a(n) ···········.
Answer: taxidermist
Category: Definitions
Question: An artist supports his canvas on a(n) ·····.
Question: An artist supports his canvas on a(n) ·····.
Answer: easel
Category: Definitions
Question: An instrument on a car to measure the distance travelled is called a(n) ········.
Question: An instrument on a car to measure the distance travelled is called a(n) ········.
Answer: odometer
Category: Definitions
Question: Androphobia is the fear of ·····.
Question: Androphobia is the fear of ·····.
Answer: males
Regexp: (men|males?)
Category: Definitions
Question: Animals that once existed but don't exist now are said to be ·······.
Question: Animals that once existed but don't exist now are said to be ·······.
Answer: extinct
Category: Definitions
Question: Any object worn as a charm may be called a(n) ······.
Question: Any object worn as a charm may be called a(n) ······.
Answer: amulet
Category: Definitions
Question: Bibliophobia is a fear of ·····.
Question: Bibliophobia is a fear of ·····.
Answer: books
Category: Definitions
Question: Brontophobia is the fear of ·······.
Question: Brontophobia is the fear of ·······.
Answer: thunder
Category: Definitions
Question: Dendrochronology is better known as ··········.
Question: Dendrochronology is better known as ··········.
Answer: ring dating
Category: Definitions
Question: Doraphobia is the fear of ·········.
Question: Doraphobia is the fear of ·········.
Answer: fur
Category: Definitions
Question: Eleutherophobia is a fear of ·······.
Question: Eleutherophobia is a fear of ·······.
Answer: freedom
Category: Definitions
Question: Gymnophobia is the fear of ··········.
Question: Gymnophobia is the fear of ··········.
Answer: naked bodies
Category: Definitions
Question: Hills and ridges composed of drifting sand are known as ·····.
Question: Hills and ridges composed of drifting sand are known as ·····.
Answer: dunes
Category: Definitions
Question: Ichthyology is the study of ········.
Question: Ichthyology is the study of ········.
Answer: fish
Category: Definitions
......@@ -891,111 +891,111 @@ Question: Name the porceilan chair you sit on at least once a day.
Answer: toilet
Category: Definitions
Question: One who tells fortunes by the stars is a(n) ··········.
Question: One who tells fortunes by the stars is a(n) ··········.
Answer: astrologer
Category: Definitions
Question: Rats, mice, beavers, and squirrels are all ·······.
Question: Rats, mice, beavers, and squirrels are all ·······.
Answer: rodents
Category: Definitions
Question: The art of tracing designs and taking impressions of them is ···········.
Question: The art of tracing designs and taking impressions of them is ···········.
Answer: lithography
Category: Definitions
Question: The covering on the tip of a shoelace is a(n) ·····.
Question: The covering on the tip of a shoelace is a(n) ·····.
Answer: aglet
Category: Definitions
Question: The distance around the outside of a circle is its ············.
Question: The distance around the outside of a circle is its ············.
Answer: circumference
Category: Definitions
Question: The earth's atmosphere and the space beyond is known as ·········.
Question: The earth's atmosphere and the space beyond is known as ·········.
Answer: aerospace
Category: Definitions
Question: The effect produced when sound is reflected back is known as a(n) ····.
Question: The effect produced when sound is reflected back is known as a(n) ····.
Answer: echo
Category: Definitions
Question: The feeling of having experienced something before is known as ·······.
Question: The feeling of having experienced something before is known as ·······.
Answer: deja vu
Category: Definitions
Question: The science of preparing and dispensing drugs is ········.
Question: The science of preparing and dispensing drugs is ········.
Answer: pharmacy
Category: Definitions
Question: The science of providing men, equipment and supplies for military operations is called ········.
Question: The science of providing men, equipment and supplies for military operations is called ········.
Answer: logistics
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of human behaviour is ··········.
Question: The study of human behaviour is ··········.
Answer: psychology
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of human pre-history is ···········.
Question: The study of human pre-history is ···········.
Answer: archaeology
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of insects is ··········.
Question: The study of insects is ··········.
Answer: entomology
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of light and its relation to sight is called ······.
Question: The study of light and its relation to sight is called ······.
Answer: optics
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of man and culture is known as ··········.
Question: The study of man and culture is known as ··········.
Answer: anthropology
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of natural phenomena: motion, forces, light, sound, etc. is called ······.
Question: The study of natural phenomena: motion, forces, light, sound, etc. is called ······.
Answer: physics
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of plants is ······.
Question: The study of plants is ······.
Answer: botany
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of religion is ········.
Question: The study of religion is ········.
Answer: theology
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of sound is ·········.
Question: The study of sound is ·········.
Answer: acoustics
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of the composition of substances and the changes that they undergo is ·········.
Question: The study of the composition of substances and the changes that they undergo is ·········.
Answer: chemistry
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of the earth's physical divisions into mountains, seas, etc. is ·········.
Question: The study of the earth's physical divisions into mountains, seas, etc. is ·········.
Answer: geography
Category: Definitions
Question: The study of the manner in which organisms carry on their life processes is ·········.
Question: The study of the manner in which organisms carry on their life processes is ·········.
Answer: physiology
Category: Definitions
Question: The symbols used on a map are explained by the ······.
Question: The symbols used on a map are explained by the ······.
Answer: legend
Category: Definitions
Question: The treatment of disease by chemical substances which are toxic to the causative micro-organisms is called ············.
Question: The treatment of disease by chemical substances which are toxic to the causative micro-organisms is called ············.
Answer: chemotherapy
Category: Definitions
Question: The weight at the end of a pendulum is a(n) ······.
Question: The weight at the end of a pendulum is a(n) ······.
Answer: bob
Category: Definitions
Question: The wide wall built along the banks of rivers to stop flooding is a(n) ·····.
Question: The wide wall built along the banks of rivers to stop flooding is a(n) ·····.
Answer: levee
Category: Definitions
Question: The word "cumulus" refers to a type of ···········.
Question: The word "cumulus" refers to a type of ···········.
Answer: cloud
Category: Definitions
......@@ -1023,11 +1023,11 @@ Question: This word means "split personality".
Answer: schizophrenia
Category: Definitions
Question: Throat, foxing, and platform are parts of a(n) ········.
Question: Throat, foxing, and platform are parts of a(n) ········.
Answer: shoe
Category: Definitions
Question: Toxiphobia is a fear of ·········.
Question: Toxiphobia is a fear of ·········.
Answer: poison
Category: Definitions
......@@ -1103,7 +1103,7 @@ Question: Name the clothing wrinkle remover that sounds like a kind of metal.
Answer: iron
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: A 3 1/2" floppy disk measures ··· and 1/2 inches across.
Question: A 3 1/2" floppy disk measures ··· and 1/2 inches across.
Answer: 3
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
......@@ -1111,23 +1111,23 @@ Question: A brown crayon is what color?
Answer: brown
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: A smoke detector will alarm if it detects ·····.
Question: A smoke detector will alarm if it detects ·····.
Answer: smoke
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: A water heater keeps ····· warm for you.
Question: A water heater keeps ····· warm for you.
Answer: water
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: Although not all come from France, ······ fries are often served with hamburgers.
Question: Although not all come from France, ······ fries are often served with hamburgers.
Answer: french
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: An ····· clock usually wakes you in the morning.
Question: An ····· clock usually wakes you in the morning.
Answer: alarm
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
Question: During the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party took place in ······ Harbor.
Question: During the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party took place in ······ Harbor.
Answer: boston
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-)
......@@ -1153,11 +1153,11 @@ Question: What is a sorcerer who deals in black magic called?
Answer: necromancer
Category: Food
Question: Boston butt, jowl, and picnic ham are parts of a ······.
Question: Boston butt, jowl, and picnic ham are parts of a ······.
Answer: pig
Category: Food and Drink
Question: Even though it tastes nothing like grapes, a ·········· is often eaten for breakfast.
Question: Even though it tastes nothing like grapes, a ·········· is often eaten for breakfast.
Answer: grapefruit
Category: Food and Drink
......@@ -1173,7 +1173,7 @@ Question: From which fruit is the liqueur Kirsh made?
Answer: cherry
Category: Food and Drink
Question: Iceberg, Boston, and Bibb are types of ·········.
Question: Iceberg, Boston, and Bibb are types of ·········.
Answer: lettuce
Category: Food and Drink
......@@ -1185,7 +1185,7 @@ Question: Little round chocolate candies are known as _&m's.
Answer: m
Category: Food and Drink
Question: Mustard, ketchup and onions on a hotdog are all ··········.
Question: Mustard, ketchup and onions on a hotdog are all ··········.
Answer: condiments
Category: Food and Drink
......@@ -1213,7 +1213,7 @@ Question: Rum is made from this plant.
Answer: sugar cane
Category: Food and Drink
Question: Vermicelli literally means ···········.
Question: Vermicelli literally means ···········.
Answer: little worms
Category: Food and Drink
......@@ -1242,47 +1242,47 @@ Answer: St. Louis
Regexp: St.? Louis
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Bourbon, sugar and mint make a(n) ···········.
Question: Cocktails: Bourbon, sugar and mint make a(n) ···········.
Answer: mint julep
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Cognac (brandy) and white creme de menthe make a(n) ·············.
Question: Cocktails: Cognac (brandy) and white creme de menthe make a(n) ·············.
Answer: stinger
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Creme de Cacao, cream, and brandy make a(n) ··········.
Question: Cocktails: Creme de Cacao, cream, and brandy make a(n) ··········.
Answer: brandy alexander
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Gin and Collins mix make a(n) ··········.
Question: Cocktails: Gin and Collins mix make a(n) ··········.
Answer: Tom Collins
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Rum, lime, and cola drink make a(n) ············.
Question: Cocktails: Rum, lime, and cola drink make a(n) ············.
Answer: cuba libre
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Triple sec, tequila, and lemon or lime juice make a(n) ·········.
Question: Cocktails: Triple sec, tequila, and lemon or lime juice make a(n) ·········.
Answer: margarita
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Vodka and Kahlua make a ···········.
Question: Cocktails: Vodka and Kahlua make a ···········.
Answer: black russian
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Vodka, orange juice and Galliano make a(n) ···········.
Question: Cocktails: Vodka, orange juice and Galliano make a(n) ···········.
Answer: Harvey Wallbanger
Category: Fun
Question: Cocktails: Whiskey, hot coffee, and whipped cream make a(n) ·········.
Question: Cocktails: Whiskey, hot coffee, and whipped cream make a(n) ·········.
Answer: Irish coffee
Category: Games
Question: A bridge hand with no cards in one suit is said to have a ·······.
Question: A bridge hand with no cards in one suit is said to have a ·······.
Answer: void
Category: Games
Question: A poker hand consisting of three of a kind and a pair is called a ·······.
Question: A poker hand consisting of three of a kind and a pair is called a ·······.
Answer: full house
Category: Games
......@@ -1305,7 +1305,7 @@ Question: If you "peg out" what game are you playing?
Answer: cribbage
Category: Games
Question: In poker five cards of the same suit is called a(n) ········.
Question: In poker five cards of the same suit is called a(n) ········.
Answer: flush
Category: Games
......@@ -1345,7 +1345,7 @@ Question: Name the only woman suspect in the game of "Cluedo" who isn't married.
Answer: Miss #Scarlett#
Category: Games
Question: These are the two highest valued letters in "Scrabble". "Q" and ·····.
Question: These are the two highest valued letters in "Scrabble". "Q" and ·····.
Answer: Z
Category: Games
......@@ -1389,7 +1389,7 @@ Answer: twenty questions
Regexp: (twenty|20) questions
Category: General Knowledge
Question: Although it doesn't sound like a dog, ····dust is ornamental wood chips often placed in flowerbeds.
Question: Although it doesn't sound like a dog, ····dust is ornamental wood chips often placed in flowerbeds.
Answer: bark
Category: General Knowledge
......@@ -1397,11 +1397,11 @@ Question: Chicago Transit Authority is now known as which group?
Answer: Chicago
Category: General Knowledge
Question: If you drive on a parkway, you park on a ·······?
Question: If you drive on a parkway, you park on a ·······?
Answer: driveway
Category: General Knowledge
Question: To refuel your car you go to a ····· station.
Question: To refuel your car you go to a ····· station.
Answer: petrol
Category: General Knowledge
......@@ -1457,7 +1457,7 @@ Question: What is this sign called "&"?
Answer: ampersand
Category: General Knowledge
Question: When using a telephone, you must wait for a ···· tone before starting your call.
Question: When using a telephone, you must wait for a ···· tone before starting your call.
Answer: dial
Category: General Knowledge
......@@ -1473,7 +1473,7 @@ Question: Bridgeport is the largest city in which state?
Answer: Connecticut
Category: Geography
Question: Bridgetown is the capital of ········.
Question: Bridgetown is the capital of ········.
Answer: Barbados
Category: Geography
......@@ -1756,7 +1756,7 @@ Question: Madrid and Lisbon are both located near this river.
Answer: Tagus
Category: Geography
Question: Meridians converge at the ········.
Question: Meridians converge at the ········.
Answer: #pole#s
Category: Geography
......@@ -1937,7 +1937,7 @@ Question: On which river is the Aswan High Dam?
Answer: Nile
Category: Geography
Question: Over 75% of the Earth's surface is covered by some form of ·····.
Question: Over 75% of the Earth's surface is covered by some form of ·····.
Answer: Water
Category: Geography
......@@ -1985,7 +1985,7 @@ Question: The Thatcher Ferry Bridge crosses what canal?
Answer: #Panama# Canal
Category: Geography
Question: The United States is made up of ·· states.
Question: The United States is made up of ·· states.
Answer: 50
Category: Geography
......@@ -1993,15 +1993,15 @@ Question: The Volta is the largest river in which country?
Answer: Ghana
Category: Geography
Question: The countries of Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg are together called ········.
Question: The countries of Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg are together called ········.
Answer: Benelux