Extremely Hard General Knowledge #48

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Last updated: January 30, 2023
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What are the two main branches of Islam?
85-90%- Sunni
10-15%- Shia
What was the name of the American Civil War general who is the namesake of the sideburns facial hair styling?
Ambrose Burnside
Who was the coach of the Miami Dolphins from 1970 to 1995 and holds the record for most NFL regular season victories with 328?
Don Shula
What is the capital and largest settlement of the Falkland Islands?
In Scotland, a Munro is defined as a mountain with a height over how many feet?
Which Brit won Men's figure skating Gold at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck?
John Curry
In the equestrian sport of show jumping, what name is given to the high jump competition?
Known for cars such as the Jogger, Sandero and Duster, what country does the automobile company Dacia come from?
What is the scientific name for the cheekbone?
Zygomatic bone
What is the name of the strait in South America that connects the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans?
Strait of Magellan
Who starred as the protagonist opposite Kirsten Dunst in the 2004 romantic comedy Wimbledon?
Paul Bettany
Named after the English chess master who endorsed them, what is the name of the standard style of chess piece?
Which duo has had two UK Number Ones with Setting Sun in 1996 and Block Rockin' Beats in 1997?
Chemical Brothers
Little House on the Prairie is the third book in a 9-book series by which American author?
Laura Ingalls Wilder
What does the acronym OPEC stand for?
Organization of the
Petroleum Exporting Countries
Who is the only U.S. President to have also been Speaker of the House?
James K. Polk
In 1986, Lionel Richie won the Best Music, Original Song Oscar for "Say You, Say Me" as part of the soundtrack to which film?
White Nights (1985)
When Samson was betrayed by Delilah, how many locks of his hair did she cut off his head?
What is the Italian name for the pasta variety which translates as "angel hair"
Capelli d'angelo
Level 56
Feb 3, 2022
Fun! But it's spelt petrolEum, not petrolIum.
Level 85
Feb 3, 2022
And the website spells "organization" with a "z".
Level 64
Feb 4, 2022
Petroleum with an E was a typo, I went with the British spelling of Organisation but have amended to show as with a Z (both are accepted though).