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1. Written works such as novels, poems, and plays that are considered to be very good and have lasting value are referred to as _____________________.
2. Vilnius is the capital city of what European country?
3. __________ policies generally emphasize the need for the government to solve problems while deemphasizing personal responsibility.
4. What is the largest gland in the body of a vertebrate animal?
5. Where were the Beatles from?
6. Name the Scottish missionary and explorer who became famous for his long treks through Africa (1813–1873).
7. What South American animal is used as a beast of burden?
8. What do you call a soil that has a mixture of soil-particle sizes, which presents a desirable physical condition and medium for plant growth?
9. In what city is Utah State University located?
10. What branch of military science relates to providing the right people with the right things at the right time and at the right place to accomplish a military task most economically and effectively?
11. What city is famous for its Trafalgar Square?
12. Of what saloon was Miss Kitty the proprietor in the TV series Gunsmoke?
13. What is another word for a stretcher for the sick or wounded?
14. What is the common name of Ursa Minor?
15. What do you call the fleshy lower part of the external human ear?
16. What do you call the person who rents and lives in a furnished room?
17. What kind of ranger did Tonto hang around?
18. If you don’t use capital letters, which ones do you use?
19. What do you use to keep the wheels on your car?
20. What kind of a mob would hang someone without due process of law?