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Buoyed by the societal and political changes, a generation of young Western women came to be known as 'Flappers'. They were the icons of what decade in the 20th century?
I wouldn’t have asked if she weren’t popular. Who won the Miss Israel title in 2004?
The Canadian horse is a well-known equine breed that developed from the descendants of several shipments of horses sent to Canada by King Louis XIV of France in the 17th century. A large portion of their population was killed during what 19th-century war? 

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Joachim Sauer is a quantum chemist and a simple professor who loves Wagner music. However, he receives a lot of media attention thanks to his marriage. Whom is he married to?
In philosophy, what point of view (derived from Latin for 'nothing') is rejecting all religious and moral principles in the belief that life is meaningless.
Formed in 1602, which trading company effectively conducted the world’s first IPO (initial public offering)?
What graphic novel series deals with a slacker and a part-time musician, and his adventures of defeating Ramona Flowers' seven evil exes in order to date her? 

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Which ancient Greek mathematician, known as 'The Father of Geometry', wrote the hugely influential book Elements that dominated European mathematics until the 19th century?
Activists Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors are generally credited with coming up with what hashtag that first appeared on Twitter in July 2013?
BMW Sauber finished second in the constructor's championships at the 2007 F1 season. This is mainly due to the expulsion of which team from the constructor's championships owing to a spying scandal?

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