Monday, October 22, 2012

Trivia - A Google a Day XXXIII

What 4000 mile river is not crossed by a bridge at any point?

What is often the subject of paintings by Mary Cassatt?
Mother & Child

The Yeomanettes of World War I were the first women to serve in the U.S. military. In what branch did they serve?

The remnants of what pluvial lake form the greatest part of the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere?
Lake Bonneville

What is the name of the sense possessed by all humans that allows for body awareness and body position?

In 1906, Charles Henry Baker hired a cook for his family at their rented summer home on Long Island. After an ongoing investigation by the health officials, by what nickname did the cook come to be known?
Typhoid Mary

Because of its incredibly slow metabolism, two-thirds of what animal's body weight is likely the contents of its stomach, which can take up to a month to completely process through the digestive system?

The star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 6325 Hollywood Boulevard belongs to the aunt of what Academy Award-winning actor?
George Clooney

The annual NHL trophy that is the oldest and considered the most prestigious is named for the father of a former coach of what NHL team?
Montreal Canadiens

Covering more than 2200 acres in a national forest in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, what is the Latin name of this organism, which is considered to be one of the largest in the world?
Armillaria solidipes

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