1. Dirk Hartog Island is part of what country?
  2. What is the French title of a classic poem by John Keats that starts with the line: “O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms?”?
  3. In the words of a 1964 Brazilian hit song, who was tall and tanned and young and lovely?
  4. In a nursery rhyme, who climbed up the spout?
  5. Complete the title of a 1964 novel that became a film in 1989: “Last Exit to ...”
  6. In sports results, what do the letters DNF stand for?
  7. What collective nickname is used to describe the tornado-prone states of America’s Great Plains?
  8. The Russian city of Sochi is located on what body of water?
  9. Besides South Africa and South Korea, what other country has a name that begins with “South”?
  10. US Vice President Kamala Harris was previously a senator for which state?


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ANSWERS: 1. Australia; 2. La Belle Dame sans Merci (The Beautiful Lady without Mercy); 3. The Girl from Ipanema; 4. Incy Wincy Spider; 5. Brooklyn; 6. Did not finish; 7. Tornado Alley; 8. The Black Sea; 9. South Sudan; 10. California.