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Extremely Hard General Knowledge #53

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Last updated: January 17, 2023
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Who has been the voice of Lisa since the first episode of "The Simpsons" in 1989?
Yeardley Smith
What is the name of the archipelago lying east of Somalia, that belongs to Yemen?
Socotra
In which year was "The Rumble in the Jungle" fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman?
1974
What is the maiden name of Kris Jenner?
Houghton
According to the novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs, "Tarzan" is the ape-name of which human male name?
John Clayton
Which Swedish detective series was adapted for a British audience in 2008 with Kenneth Branagh playing the titular detective?
Wallander
What was the name of the Dean of Westminster who officiated most of Prince William and Kate's wedding?
John Hall
In 1991, which woman became the first British astronaut to travel into space?
Helen Sharman
Chemin de fer is a variant of which card game where multiple decks are used, and the cards have a point value?
Baccarat
Who played protagonist Harvey Specter in Suits from 2011-2019?
Gabriel Macht
Which Canadian indie rock band has had 3 UK Number One albums with "The Suburbs", "Reflektor" and "Everything Now" all in the 2010s?
Arcade Fire
What is the name of the river that runs through Kiev, which is also the longest river within Ukraine?
Dnieper
Who won the 2022 Masters Tournament in Golf?
Scottie Scheffler
What Italian phrase for cathedral is derived from the Latin word for "house"?
Duomo
The first website was created for the organization Tim Berners-Lee was working for at the time, a French nuclear research organization known by what 4-letter acronym?
CERN
How many vertices (points) are there on a standard Go board?
361
What was the name of the man who served as first president of Zambia from its independence from the UK in 1964 until 1991?
Kenneth Kaunda
in 2001, Björk was nominated for the Best Original Song Oscar for "I've Seen it All" for which film?
Dancer in the Dark (2000)
In Greek Mythology, what collective name is given to the goddesses Clotho (The Spinner), Lachesis (The Allotter) and Atropis (The Inflexible)?
The Fates
Which restaurant founded by Michel Roux in Berkshire and has had 3 Michelin stars since 1985?
The Waterside Inn
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