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Season 184 - Day 14 of 14
This American electronic music producer and DJ, known for his distinctive helmet, gained international recognition with the song 'Alone' in 2016.
He has collaborated with various artists including Khalid, Selena Gomez, and Bastille, producing hits like 'Silence,' 'Wolves,' and 'Happier.'
His identity was a mystery for a time, fueling curiosity among fans. Who is this masked musician?
Season 184 - Day 13 of 14
In handball, a specific card is used by referees to signal a severe violation, leading to the immediate ejection of a player from the game.
This card, distinct in its color, represents the highest level of disciplinary action within the sport. When shown, it requires the player to leave the playing area, and the team continues the match with one less player.
This color, unique to handball, denotes the most serious form of penalty. What color is this card, indicative of a major infraction in handball?
Season 184 - Day 12 of 14
Often mistaken for a jellyfish, this marine creature is not a single organism but a colonial entity composed of specialized individual animals called zooids.
These zooids are so closely integrated they cannot survive independently. This creature is notorious for its painful sting, which it delivers through long tentacles that can extend several meters underwater.
What is the name of this colonial organism, often found floating in the Atlantic Ocean, whose name also refers to an 18th-century armed sailing ship?
Season 184 - Day 11 of 14
This system, developed by an American missionary in the late 19th century, is widely used for transcribing the Japanese language into the Latin alphabet.
It is recognized for its approach to rendering phonetic sounds, making it easier for non-Japanese speakers to pronounce Japanese words accurately.
What is the name of this romanization method, which has become the standard in English-speaking countries for Japanese transliteration?
Season 184 - Day 10 of 14
This ancient civilization, predating the Roman Empire, flourished in what is now modern-day Italy, particularly in the regions of Tuscany, Umbria, and Lazio.
Known for their rich mineral resources and skilled metalwork, they left behind impressive tombs, artwork, and inscriptions.
Their language, still not fully deciphered, and distinct culture had significant influence on early Roman society, including the adoption of the Roman alphabet.
However, they eventually became fully assimilated into the Roman state.
Which civilization, renowned for its art and mysterious origins, is this?
Season 184 - Day 9 of 14
This surgical procedure, sometimes referred to as a nose job, is primarily performed to change the shape of the nose for cosmetic reasons or to improve breathing.
The term originates from the Greek words for 'nose' and 'to shape.' It can correct deformities from birth, restore the nose's functions and appearance after trauma, or enhance the nose's aesthetic appeal.
While often regarded as a modern cosmetic practice, its applications extend to reconstructive surgery as well.
What is this medical procedure, commonly sought for both functional and aesthetic improvements?
Season 184 - Day 7 of 14
This popular animated television series, first aired in 2013, features a young boy named Ryder who leads a pack of search and rescue dogs, each with a unique set of skills based on emergency services professions.
The show teaches children about problem-solving and teamwork through the adventures of these canine heroes in their fictional town.
What is the name of this series, beloved by children worldwide, that includes characters like Chase, Marshall, and Skye?
Season 184 - Day 6 of 14
This style of journalism blurs the lines between subjectivity and objectivity, often featuring the writer as part of the story via a first-person narrative.
The term was first used to describe an article about the Kentucky Derby in 1970, and it's closely associated with the work of Hunter S. Thompson.
Characterized by its punchy, exaggerated style and the reporter's immersion in the events, this approach to storytelling goes against the traditional norms of journalism.
What is this unique style of journalism known for its bold, unconventional techniques and personal involvement of the journalist?
Season 184 - Day 5 of 14
This city, known for its unique blend of Eastern and Western influences, is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
It hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics, becoming the first Olympic Games hosted by a socialist state and the second ever to be held in a Slavic language-speaking country.
This city also played a pivotal role in 20th-century history, as the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria here in 1914 sparked the beginning of World War I.
What is the name of this historically significant city?
Season 184 - Day 4 of 14
Actors and Actresses
This British actor (b. 1933) has delivered memorable performances across his career.
He embodied the role of Carter in 1971, masterfully played a dirty rotten scoundrel in 1988, took on the compassionate role of a doctor at an orphanage in 1999 and thrice portrayed the steadfast Alfred (2005, 2008 and 2012).
What is the name of this award-winning and critically acclaimed actor?
Season 184 - Day 3 of 14
Renowned for their superb sound quality and extraordinary craftsmanship, these Italian string instruments are highly prized by virtuosos and collectors alike.
Crafted in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, they are named after their celebrated maker, whose work remains the benchmark for violin excellence.
What term is used to refer to these prestigious instruments?
Season 184 - Day 2 of 14
This political movement, established in the late 19th century, sought the re-establishment and development of a Jewish nation in what is now Israel.
Originating in European Judaism, the movement emerged in response to rising anti-Semitism and sought to encourage Jewish migration back to the 'Land of Israel'.
It was instrumental in the foundation of the State of Israel in 1948.
What is the name of this movement?
Season 184 - Day 1 of 14
Ruling in the 5th century, this notorious leader was known as the 'Scourge of God' for his relentless campaigns that terrorized much of Europe.
Feared by the Roman Empire, he orchestrated invasions across major rivers into what are now France and Italy, leaving a trail of destruction.
His rule, characterized by a mix of brutal military conquests and diplomatic maneuvers, abruptly ended after his mysterious death post a celebratory wedding feast.
Who was this enigmatic and formidable ruler, often remembered as a symbol of barbarian ferocity?