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Extremely Hard General Knowledge #33

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Which one of the four regions of Croatia has Split as its largest city?
Dalmatia
Starting at the top left state and working your way around clockwise, what are the Four Corners states in the US?
Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona
Which confectionary had a TV Advert with the slogan "Buy some for Lulu"?
Smarties
Which unfinished opera by Giacamo Puccini was eventually completed by Franco Alfano?
Turandot
In the year 41 A.D. whilst serving as an officer of his guard, who murdered the Roman Emperor Caligula?
Cassius Chaerea
In Zoology, which term is given to an animal that has no gills?
Abranchiate
Which American actor's autobiography was called Steps in Time?
Fred Astaire
In which year did London introduce a congestion charge?
2003
Which film by the Coen brothers stars Billy Bob Thornton and Frances McDormand as the Ed and Doris Crane?
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001)
To two decimal places, 1 Knot is the equivalent of how many miles per hour?
1.15
Which American pop band consisting of 3 sisters have had two Number One Albums with  Days are Gone in 2013 and Women in Music Pt. 3 in 2020?
Haim
Which British Formula 1 driver was World Championship runner up four year in a row from 1955-1958?
Stirling Moss
Which two letters are represented by a singular dot and a singular dash respectively
E & T
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife" is the first line from which famous novel?
Pride and Prejudice
Ruling from 1154-1159, who was the only Englishman to be the Pope?
Adrian IV
Which Lithuanian has won the World Strongest Man title four times?
Žydrūnas Savickas
Which Latin term translates to "before war"?
Antebellum
Who won the Best Actor Oscar for Sergeant York (1941) and for High Noon (1952)?
Gary Cooper
In the Catholic Church, who is the patron saint of artists and doctors?
Luke
What is the culinary term given to a steak cut from between two ribs?
Entrecôte
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if gary cooper was not the main star of high noon, then who was?