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- Who is the more famous pop-culture partner of the actor Alex Winter? Keanu Reeves (of “Bill & Ted”)
- Robertson, Frearson, Pentalobe, and Polydrive are a few different types of what? Screw heads
- What is the most populous U.S. state having only one Congressional district? Montana
- This past Sunday (June 10, 2018), what show won the Tony Award for Best Play? Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
- What Asian country belongs to its own time zone which has a nearly-unique 45-minute offset from Universal Time? Nepal
- What three baseball statistics make up what are known as the “three true outcomes”?
- Home runs
- What was the name of the naval vessel commanded by John F. Kennedy during World War II? PT-109
- What present-day organization is the result of the mid-20th century consolidation of the IRT, IND, and BMT? MTA/New York City subway system
- The most common types of stainless steel are produced by adding what two metallic elements to ordinary carbon steel?
- From the year 1900 to the present day, what four countries have at various times boasted the tallest skyscraper in the world?
- United States
- United Arab Emirates
- Guesstimation: as of 2014 Census estimates, what percentage of the population of the United States lives in the Eastern time zone? 47.1%
- What drum machine introduced in 1980 is mentioned by name in the title of, and featured extensively in, a 2008 Kanye West album? 808 (Roland TR-808)
Name the musical artist or band, given the title of that artist or band’s only Billboard Top 40 hit and the year it was released.
- “Barely Breathing” (1996) Duncan Sheik
- “Bust a Move” (1989) Young MC
- “Closing Time” (1998) Semisonic
- “Flagpole Sitta” (1997) Harvey Danger
- “Funkytown” (1980) Lipps Inc.
- “I Believe in a Thing Called Love” (2003) The Darkness
- “I Melt with You” (1982) Modern English
- “I Ran (So Far Away)” (1982) Flock of Seagulls
- “I Touch Myself” (1990) Diviynls
- “I Try” (1999) Macy Gray
- “Just a Friend” (1989) Biz Markie
- “No Rain” (1992) Blind Melon
- “Rapper’s Delight” (1979) The Sugarhill Gang
- “Ring My Bell” (1979) Anita Ward
- “Spirit in the Sky” (1969) Norman Greenbaum
- “Torn” (1997) Natalie Imbruglia
- “Unbelievable” (1990) EMF
- “What Is Love” (1993) Haddaway
- “What’s Up?” (1992) 4 Non Blondes
- “Wipe Out” (1963) The Surfaris
- The ability of a material to provide insulation from heat or cold is typically denoted with what letter of the alphabet? R
- A dobro is a particular type of what musical instrument? Guitar
- Draw a quincunx. ⁙
- What four New York counties share names with U.S. states?
- New York
- After the United States, what country’s flag has the most stars in its design? Brazil (27 stars)
- What five plays by Shakespeare have single-word titles?
- Between Central Park and Greenwich Village, what is the dividing line between addresses marked “East” and “West” on Manhattan streets? 5th Avenue
- Who is the oldest person ever to be named the “Sexiest Man Alive” by People (at the time he was named)? Sean Connery (in 1989, at age 59)
- What is the name of the indigenous people making up approximately fifteen percent of the present-day population of New Zealand? Māori
- What is the only movie to become the highest-grossing film of all time, lose that record, then regain it again later? Gone With the Wind
- What country in the 2018 World Cup is the smallest country by population ever to qualify for the tournament? Iceland (approximately 350,000 people)
- The SUNY building in downtown Albany features the largest working weathervane in North America, modeled after what sailing ship that is the namesake of a Capital Region town? Half Moon (or Halve Maen)
Final question (Category: Business)
In 2013, the company previously known as Research In Motion changed its name to what, after its flagship product?