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Name the Places in the Animaniacs' "Nations Of The World" in 10 Minutes

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The Animaniacs song "Nations of the World" names 160 places in less than 2 minutes. Can you name them all in 10?

NOTE: This quiz covers all the places mentioned in "Nations of the World" as they're stated in the song itself. Some may not be actual countries, while others may no longer exist or have different names now.

5 Questions: Sunset Strip

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Literature Potpourri: Bestsellers of the '80s

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Bookstores abounded with hot titles in the 1980s, and it was a particularly lucrative time for the likes of Danielle Steel, Stephen King, and Robert Ludlum. The Naval Institute Press published its first work of fiction, The Hunt for Red October, making Tom Clancy a household name and a very rich man. Lake Wobegon Days brought the idyllic world of Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion to readers.

5 Questions: In the Affirmative

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Brain Game: Marthasville

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Mouth Music

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5 Questions: They Bind

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5 Questions: And Still Underage

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Who Said It? Political Edition

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It seems that both politics and politicians rarely change. America is blessed, however, to have a heritage of colorful political figures and commentators who have uttered many memorable saying throughout our history. Your job is to match the quote to the person who said it.

C is for City

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Per the 2010 Census, of the 100 most populated cities in the United States, exactly TEN of them have names that begin with the letter C. Three of them are located in the same state; three others have two-word names; and two others are located in East Coast states. (Sorry, those are all the hints you'll get from me.)

You'll have five minutes to take the quiz, and the clock starts when you key in your first entry. (State names are not required; just the city.) Good luck!

5 Questions: Ain't It a Mitch?

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5 Questions: Do You Have the Magic "Touch"?

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