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Q1: Launched in 1973, what was the first space station owned and operated by NASA?
Q2: The civil war of which country lasted from 1936-1939?
Q3: Who established Pennsylvania?
Q4: In ancient Sparta, what was a helot?
Q5: What prominent Greek orator overcame a speech handicap by putting stones in his mouth?
Q6: Often found on the floors of Roman villas, what are tesserae?
Q7: The Wars of the Roses were fought to control which country's throne?
Q8: Which country is the republican political party, Sinn Féin, associated with?
Q9: During WWII, what does the term 'ghost division' generally mean?
Q10: In which European city was Checkpoint Charlie?
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