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Beginnings - Janus is usually depicted as a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past.Named by the Romans, the month of January was named after the Roman god Janus. Janus is the god of?

       a. Beginnings
       b. Resolutions
       c. Celebrations
       d. War


1985 - A domain name may not exceed a total length of 253 characters.The Internet's Domain name system was created in January of what year?

       a. 1985
       b. 1975
       c. 1995
       d. 2005


Garnet - Garnets are found primarily in Africa, Sri Lanka and India.The birthstone for January is the?

       a. Ruby
       b. Garnet
       c. Diamond
       d. Emerald


January 26 - The date commemorates the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove in 1788.In Australia, Australia Day is celebrated on?

       a. January 14
       b. January 7
       c. January 26
       d. January 30


Carnation - The flower symbolizes love, pride and beauty.What is the British birth flower for the month of January?

       a. Rose
       b. Poppy
       c. Carnation
       d. Lily of the Valley


Richard Nixon - Nixon was born on January 9, 1913.Which of the following American presidents was born in January?

       a. Bill Clinton
       b. Richard Nixon
       c. Ronald Reagan
       d. Barack Obama


2002 - The euro is the second most traded currency in the world.In January of what year did, the Euro banknotes and coins enter circulation?

       a. 2004
       b. 2002
       c. 2000
       d. 2006


Snowdrop - The flower symbolizes love, fascination and purity.What is the American birth flower for the month of January?

       a. Daisy
       b. Snowdrop
       c. Morning Glory
       d. Honeysuckle


Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Although legislation was passed on 1986, it was not until the year 2000 that all states adopted the holiday.What American holiday is celebrated on the third Monday of January?

       a. Washington's Birthday
       b. Memorial Day
       c. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
       d. Columbus Day


Januarius - January is 'En enero' in Spanish.How would you say January in Latin?

       a. Janvier
       b. Januar
       c. Januarius
       d. Gennaio


1993 - Czechoslovakia was a state in Central Europe which existed from October 1918 until 1 January 1993.In January of what year was Czechoslovakia divided into Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

       a. 2003
       b. 1983
       c. 1993
       d. 2013


Aquarius - The symbol for Aquarius is the water bearer.Which of the following astrological signs represent January 20th to February 18th?

       a. Aquarius
       b. Libra
       c. Cancer
       d. Capricorn


Blood Donor Month - Donated blood must be used within 42 days of collection.In the United States, January is national...

       a. Black History Month
       b. Blood Donor Month
       c. Parent Leadership Month
       d. School Success Month


1st to 3rd - The Japanese New Year is called Shogatsu or Oshogatsu.The Japanese New Year's is celebrated on what days that fall in January?

       a. 1st to 3rd
       b. 3rd to 5th
       c. 2nd to 4th
       d. 4th to 6th


October - During leap years, January always begins on the same day as July and April.Except for leap years, January always begins on the same day as what other month?

       a. May
       b. October
       c. June
       d. July


J.R.R. Tolkien - Author of 'Lord of the Rings'.Which of the following authors was born in January?

       a. J.R.R. Tolkien
       b. J.K. Rowling
       c. Stephen King
       d. Mark Twain


March - When Julius Caesar developed his calendar in 45 BC, he set aside March 25th as the spring equinox.Many cultures around the world celebrate New Year's Day on the Spring Equinox. In what month is the Spring Equinox?

       a. April
       b. May
       c. March
       d. February


4th - The world record for the longest running game of trivia is 17 months.National Trivia Day falls on what day in January?

       a. 4th
       b. 8th
       c. 12th
       d. 16th


Seven - Statistically, January is the coldest month of the year within most of the Northern Hemisphere.January has 31 days. How many other months also have 31 days?

       a. Five
       b. Seven
       c. Six
       d. Eight


1st - Haiti occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola.On what day in January does Haiti celebrate its Independence Day?

       a. 1st
       b. 7th
       c. 14th
       d. 21st



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