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Answer: File Transfer Protocol The dance known as the "fandango" is of what origin? Answer: Spanish What exercise apparatus is used during a "Spinning" class? Answer: Stationary bicycle What term describes the passing of genetic traits from one generation to the next? Answer: Heredity What kind of animal is cartoon character Tennessee Tuxedo? Answer: Penguin Which of these companies is not an online stock brokerage? Answer: EDigital How is the word "ambulance" normally written on the front of American ambulances? Answer: In reverse Which of these people was buried in the Valley of the Kings? Answer: King Tut What disease is sometimes referred to as the "royal disease?" Answer: Hemophilia In what city would you find people studying art and design at the Fashion Institute of Technology? Answer: New York What is the name of the POW camp where "Hogan's Heroes" are held? Answer: Stalag 13 What is the approximate speed of light? Answer: 186,000 miles per second The term "chili con carne" refers to chili with what? Answer: Meat Which of these dishes is made from pig intestines? Answer: Chitins Who is the twin sister of "Dear Abby" columnist Abigail Van Buren? Answer: Ann Landers What is the name of the female character played by comedian Flip Wilson on his 1970s show? Answer: Geraldine Jones What native empire controlled large areas of South African territory during the 19th century? Answer: Zulu Which of the following is not in Nevada? Answer: Pikes Peak What were the first names of the early American explorers Lewis and Clark? Answer: Meriwether and William Which of these stores is not owned by Gap, Inc.? Answer: J. Crew What kind of animal is a peregrine? Answer: Bird Which of these is an Italian design firm? Answer: Fendi Which of these is not a type of rock? Answer: Deciduous Which one of these world leaders was assassinated? 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