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Which artist painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
Michelangelo.
Who wrote the "Minute Waltz"?
Chopin.
Who painted the "Last Supper"?
Leonardo da Vinci.
Who invented the telephone?
Alexander Graham Bell.
Which of Aesop`s fables ends with the line, "Little fellows may prove great friends"?
The Lion and the Mouse.
Who is the hero of Miguel de Cervantes most famous novel?
Don Quixote.
Lobotomy is concerned with which part of the human body?
The brain.
The fibula, tibia and femur are all bones in which part of the human body?
The leg.
Which type of medicine is used in the detection of crime?
Forensic.
Which disease is treated by insulin?
Diabetes.
What is meant by the phrase "vox populi"?
The voice of the people.
What is "modus vivendi"?
Way of living.
In which country did the Tango originate?
Argentina.
Guacamole dips originate from which country?
Mexico.
What name is given to the study of coins?
Numismatics.
The majority of reptiles are oviparous. What is the meaning of this term?
Egg-laying.
On which islands are the world`s largest species of tortoise found?
The Galapagos Islands.
A summary of a book for example?
Synopsis.
What does NASA stands for?
National Aeronautical and Space Administration.
What is herpes?
An inflammatory skin disease.
What is insulin?
The endocrine secretion of the pancreas.