1. Which Asian country was formerly called Siam?
2. Which of these is a Neil Diamond song: (a) “Red Red Wine”; (b) “Green, Green Grass of Home”; (c) “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”; or (d) “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue”?
3. Richard Bachman is a pen name used by which famous writer?
4. The Latin word “nox” means what in English?
5. What is the maximum number of Michelin stars that can be awarded to a restaurant?
6. Which American football team won Super Bowl LVI this month?
7. With its name derived from a French word meaning “curled” or “ringed”, what is a looped woven or knitted fabric with a characteristically rough appearance?
8. Which pantry item is colloquially known as “cocky’s joy”?
9. True or false: iron is heavier than gold? (Bonus points for naming the chemical symbols for iron and gold.)
10. The Gregorian calendar was named after someone holding what position?
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