Sunday, November 4, 2012

Trivia - A Google a Day XLIV

What color was the can in which Coke marketed its first low-calorie soft drink?

What was the popular nickname of the jazz pianist who wrote "Ain't Misbehavin'"?

Where is the grave marker James Earle Fraser sculpted out of Stony Creek granite for the tenth Chief Justice of the United States?
Arlington National Cemetery

The peace treaties under Umar allowed conquered populations to retain their religion and their lands as "protected peoples". As such, what was the special tax they were required to pay?

Who succeeded the coach of the 1990 World Series team?
Tony Perez

What NHL player was awarded eight years in a row the trophy named for the former owner of the Detroit Red Wings?
Bobby Orr

The region referred to in medieval times as "Bilad al Barbar" includes four nations. In alphabetical order, what are the first letters of each of these countries?

Which chapter in "NightWatch" by the editor of "SkyNews" talks about "the obscuring of light from one celestial body by the passage of another"?
Chapter Nine

What did the dormant planet produce before the universal economic collapse in Douglas Adams' first of six satirical novels about the universe?
Other Planets

What oceanic division is sometimes classified as one of the Mediterranean seas of the Atlantic Ocean?
Arctic Ocean

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