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### Astronomy (1 to 60)

A 1: Milk

A 1: The Milky Way

A 1: The Silver Coin Galaxy A 2: The Sombrero Galaxy

A 1: Black hole

A 1: Jupiter A 2: Saturn

A 1: Uranus A 2: Neptune

A 1: Mercury

A 1: The Milky Way

A 1: Yellow dwarf

A 1: Perihelion

A 1: Aphelion

A 1: A full revolution of the Sun around the galactic nucleus

A 1: Mercury

A 1: Mercury

A 1: God of commerce

A 1: Mercury

A 1: Mercury

A 1: Mercury

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Venus

A 1: Earth

A 1: 365

A 1: Goldilocks

A 1: God of war

A 1: Mars

A 1: Mars

A 1: Mars

A 1: Earth A 2: Mars

A 1: Mars

A 1: Mars A 2: Venus A 3: Mercury

A 1: Mars

A 1: Mars

A 1: Supreme god of lightning and thunder

A 1: Jupiter

A 1: 79

A 1: Jupiter

A 1: Jupiter

A 1: Hydrogen and helium

A 1: Jupiter

A 1: Jupiter

A 1: Jupiter A 2: Saturn

A 1: Saturn

A 1: God of agriculture

A 1: Hexagon

A 1: Titan

A 1: Solid particles

A 1: Ice A 2: Rock

A 1: Titan

A 1: Titan

A 1: Titan

A 1: Exchange orbits

A 1: Uranus

A 1: Uranus

A 1: Uranus

A 1: Enceladus

### Astronomy (61 to 101)

A 1: Neptune

A 1: Neptune

A 1: 2,100 km/h

A 1: Neptune

A 1: Neptune

A 1: Pluto

A 1: Pluto

A 1: Earth A 2: Mercury

A 1: Pluto

A 1: To Pluto

A 1: Venus A 2: Mercury

A 1: Alpha Centauri

A 1: Betelgeuse

A 1: Aldebaran

A 1: Vega

A 1: White dwarfs

A 1: Blue

A 1: Diamond

A 1: Lucy

A 1: Neutron stars

A 1: Pulsar (neutron star)

A 1: Moon A 2: Sun

A 1: Red

A 1: 300 million tons

A 1: Neutron star

A 1: Moon

A 1: 8 minutes

A 1: Astronomical unit

A 1: Light year

A 1: Hairy

A 1: 6 times

A 1: Behind Neptune

A 1: Pluto

A 1: Nicolaus Copernicus

A 1: Galileo Galilei

A 1: Giordano Bruno

A 1: Johannes Kepler

A 1: Southern Cross (Crux)

A 1: The Milky Way Galaxy

A 1: The Crab Nebula

A 1: The Horsehead Nebula

### Mathematics (102 to 160)

A 1: Syracuse

A 1: Archimedes

A 1: Gauss

A 1: Gauss

A 1: Gauss

A 1: Theory of number

A 1: L

A 1: Descartes

A 1: Descartes

A 1: Pythagoras

A 1: Euclid

A 1: Euler

A 1: Euler

A 1: Euler

A 1: Eulerian path

A 1: Proportionality sign

A 1: Tilde

A 1: Factorial

A 1: Integral

A 1: Equivalency

A 1: Universal quantifier

A 1: Existential quantifier

A 1: Natural numbers

A 1: Integral numbers

A 1: Rational numbers

A 1: Real numbers

A 1: Complex numbers

A 1: Infinity

A 1: Numerator

A 1: Denominator

A 1: Proper

A 1: Improper

A 1: Decimal

A 1: Find the greatest common divisor of the numerator and denominator

A 1: 1/2

A 1: 1/5

A 1: 9

A 1: 12

A 1: 15

A 1: 18

A 1: 21

A 1: 10

A 1: 18

A 1: Lobachevsky

A 1: Lobachevsky

A 1: 8

A 1: Kovalevskaya

A 1: Mobius

A 1: Geometrical figure

A 1: Point

A 1: Straight line

A 1: Line segment

A 1: Ray

A 1: Broken line

A 1: Polygon

A 1: Square

A 1: Rhombus A 2: Parallelogram A 3: Rectangle

A 1: 90 degrees

A 1: 360 degrees

### Mathematics (161 to 203)

A 1: 12

A 1: 9

A 1: Parallelogram

A 1: 360 degrees

A 1: Rectangle

A 1: Trapezium

A 1: Chord

A 1: Diameter

A 1: Segment

A 1: Axiom

A 1: Theorem

A 1: Cube

A 1: 6

A 1: 4

A 1: Pyramid

A 1: Triangle

A 1: Parallelogram

A 1: Rectangle A 2: Square

A 1: Egg

A 1: Circle

A 1: Square

A 1: Triangle

A 1: Trapezium

A 1: The ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter

A 1: 3.14

A 1: 8

A 1: Triangle

A 1: 12

A 1: Pentagon

A 1: 20

A 1: Triangle

A 1: Archimedes

A 1: Euclid

A 1: Pythagoras

A 1: Euler

A 1: Lobachevsky

A 1: Gauss

A 1: Descartes

A 1: V

A 1: X

A 1: C

A 1: D

A 1: M

### World Literature (204 to 262)

A 1: George Eliot

A 1: George Eliot

A 1: “Adam Bede” A 2: “Middlemarch”

A 1: Currer Bell

A 1: Charlotte Brontë

A 1: “Jane Eyre”

A 1: Charlotte

A 1: 19th

A 1: “Jane Eyre”

A 1: “Pride and Prejudice” A 2: “Mansfield Park”

A 1: “Pride and Prejudice”

A 1: Mary Shelley

A 1: Mary Shelley

A 1: “Oliver Twist”

A 1: “David Copperfield”

A 1: 19th

A 1: Charles

A 1: “Our Mutual Friend” A 2: “Dombey and Son”

A 1: Charles Dickens

A 1: Arthur Conan Doyle

A 1: 19th

A 1: “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” A 2: “The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard”

A 1: “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”

A 1: Black pearl

A 1: “A Scandal in Bohemia”

A 1: Rudyard Kipling

A 1: Rudyard Kipling

A 1: Mowgli

A 1: Elephant

A 1: Lewis Carroll

A 1: Mathematician

A 1: Lewis Carroll

A 1: Oscar Wilde

A 1: 19th

A 1: “The Picture of Dorian Gray” A 2: “The Canterville Ghost”

A 1: Earnest

A 1: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

A 1: “Carmilla”

A 1: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

A 1: Herbert George Wells

A 1: Herbert George Wells

A 1: Herbert Wells

A 1: Henry Rider Haggard

A 1: Allan Quatermain

A 1: Daniel Defoe

A 1: 17th

A 1: Daniel Defoe

A 1: Friday

A 1: Goats

A 1: Jonathan Swift

A 1: The land of intelligent apes

A 1: Daphne du Maurier

A 1: “The Birds”

A 1: Joanne Rowling

A 1: Basilisk

A 1: Snitch

A 1: Spider

A 1: 1965

A 1: 19th

### World Literature (263 to 305)

A 1: Clive Hamilton

A 1: Clive Staples Lewis

A 1: “Chronicles of Narnia”

A 1: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

A 1: Alan Alexander Milne

A 1: Donkey

A 1: Herbert George Wells

A 1: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

A 1: 1892

A 1: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

A 1: Hobbits

A 1: Amandine Aurore Lucile Dupin

A 1: George Sand

A 1: George Sand

A 1: Honoré de Balzac

A 1: Jules Verne

A 1: 19th

A 1: Jules Verne

A 1: “Twenty Years After”

A 1: “Around the World in Eighty Days”

A 1: “In Search of the Castaways”

A 1: Tove Jansson

A 1: “Comet in Moominland”

A 1: “Comet in Moominland”

A 1: Victor Hugo

A 1: “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame” A 2: “Les Misérables”

A 1: “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”

A 1: 19th

A 1: “The Count of Monte Cristo”

A 1: Athos

A 1: Monte Cristo

A 1: Cthulhu A 2: Dagon

A 1: 19th

A 1: Jack London

A 1: Dog

A 1: Harry Harrison

A 1: 16th

A 1: William Shakespeare

A 1: William Shakespeare

A 1: “Much Ado About Nothing”

A 1: “Dandelion Wine”

A 1: Ray Bradbury

A 1: James Oliver Curwood

### Russian Literature (306 to 360)

A 1: “The Gentleman from San Francisco” A 2: “Dark Avenues”

A 1: I. Chubarov A 2: I. Ozyorsky

A 1: I. A. Bunin

A 1: I. A. Bunin

A 1: “The Life of Arseniev”

A 1: I. A. Bunin

A 1: Nikolai Vasilievich

A 1: “Dead Souls” A 2: “Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka”

A 1: “The Government Inspector” A 2: “The Nose”

A 1: Alov A 2: Yanov

A 1: “Hans Kuhelgarten”

A 1: N. V. Gogol

A 1: “Taras Bulba”

A 1: N. V. Gogol

A 1: “St. John’s Eve” A 2: “The lost letter”

A 1: Ostap and Andry

A 1: A. S. Pushkin

A 1: St. Petersburg

A 1: L. A. Chubarova

A 1: V. A. Gogol – Yanovsky

A 1: Ivan Aleksandrovich

A 1: “Oblomov” A 2: “The Precipice” A 3: “A Common Story”

A 1: Ilya Ilych

A 1: I. A. Goncharov

A 1: Stepan Plushkin

A 1: “The Government Inspector”

A 1: “Dead Souls”

A 1: “Christmas Eve”

A 1: Maxim

A 1: “Makar Chudra” A 2: “The Song of the Falcon” A 3: “Old Izergil”

A 1: Nizhni Novgorod

A 1: Aleksey Maksimovich Peshkov

A 1: Maxim Gorky

A 1: “Fathers and Sons” A 2: “A Common Story”

A 1: L. N. Tolstoy

A 1: Alexander Sergeevich

A 1: “Woe from Wit”

A 1: A. S. Griboyedov

A 1: A. S. Griboyedov

A 1: “Woe from Wit”

A 1: Molière’s “The Misanthrope”

A 1: Fyodor Mikhailovich

A 1: “Crime and Punishment” A 2: “Demons” A 3: “The Idiot”

A 1: Omsk

A 1: “The House of the Dead”

A 1: Zuboskalov

A 1: F. M. Dostoevsky

A 1: “Crime and Punishment”

A 1: F. M. Dostoevsky

A 1: Aleksandr Ivanovich

A 1: A. I. Kuprin

A 1: “Olesya” A 2: “The Garnet Bracelet”

A 1: Mikhail Yuryevich

A 1: M. Y. Lermontov

A 1: Lamver A 2: Count Diarbekir

### Russian Literature (361 to 394)

A 1: M. Y. Lermontov

A sail shows white at sea alone

In bright-blue brilliance of sea haze, –

What does it look for far from home?

Why did it leave its native place?

A 1: M. Y. Lermontov

A 1: “A Hero of Our Time”

A 1: M. Y. Lermontov

A 1: Nikolay Semeonovich

A 1: N. S. Leskov

A 1: N. S. Leskov

A 1: Alexander Nikolayevich

A 1: A. N. Ostrovsky

A 1: A. N. Ostrovsky

A 1: “The Storm”

A 1: “The Storm” A 2: “Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man”

A 1: “Without a Dowry”

A 1: Nikolay Alexeyevich

A 1: N. A. Nekrasov

A 1: “Who Is Happy in Russia?” A 2: “Russian Women”

A 1: N. A. Nekrasov

A 1: N. A. Nekrasov

A 1: Ivan Andreyevich

A 1: Ivan Krylov

A 1: Jean de La Fontaine

A 1: Trochee

A 1: Iamb

A 1: Dactyl

A 1: Metaphor

A 1: Hyperbole

A 1: Irony

A 1: 1868–1936

A 1: 1821–1881

A 1: 1814–1841

A 1: Alexander Ostrovsky

A 1: Ivan Krylov

A 1: Ant

A 1: The Fox

### Cuisine (395 to 445)

A 1: Horse meat

A 1: Asian

A 1: Tea

A 1: Mare’s milk

A 1: Risotto A 2: Sushi

A 1: Seaweed

A 1: Root

A 1: Shark skin grater

A 1: Salt A 2: Butter

A 1: Beshbarmak A 2: Laghman

A 1: Yak

A 1: Chick-pea

A 1: Century egg

A 1: Beverage

A 1: Tofu

A 1: Buffalo

A 1: Pasta

A 1: Butterfly

A 1: Cheeses

A 1: Mascarpone

A 1: Roquefort A 2: Gorgonzola A 3: Dorblu

A 1: Casu marzu

A 1: Japan

A 1: Buckwheat

A 1: Rice

A 1: Oolong

A 1: Matcha

A 1: Saliva

A 1: Lotus root

A 1: Cellophane noodles

A 1: Beef

A 1: Yellow

A 1: Root

A 1: Cuttlefish ink

A 1: Flat cakes

A 1: Star anise

A 1: Orchid

A 1: Root

A 1: Frying on small fire

A 1: Quick processing of a product in boiling water

A 1: Covering a product with flour

A 1: Pouring liquid into another vessel to get rid of the sediment

A 1: Covering a product with chocolate or powdered sugar

A 1: Fish

A 1: Unblown buds

A 1: Crocus

A 1: Poached egg

A 1: Bull testicles

A 1: Wheat

A 1: Barley

A 1: Red

### Cuisine (396 to 491)

A 1: The Czech Republic

A 1: Cabbage roll

A 1: Flaky pastry

A 1: Choux pastry

A 1: Batter

A 1: plum + apricot

A 1: potato + tomato

A 1: pomelo + orange

A 1: Cappuccino A 2: Latte

A 1: Ristretto

A 1: Lettuce

A 1: Arborio A 2: Basmati

A 1: Shallot

A 1: Ceviche A 2: Sashimi

A 1: Basil

A 1: Mamaliga A 2: Polenta

A 1: Devil’s breath

A 1: Capsaicin

A 1: Blue agave

A 1: Grain

A 1: Apples

A 1: Cider A 2: Calvados

A 1: Grape

A 1: Chardonnay A 2: Cabernet

A 1: Mojito

A 1: Avocado

A 1: Durian

A 1: Pineapple

A 1: Buddha’s hand

A 1: Carambola

A 1: Durian

A 1: Jackfruit

A 1: Sour food will seem to be sweet

A 1: Cactus

A 1: Cilantro

A 1: Surstromming

A 1: Bechamel sauce

A 1: Turnip

A 1: Egg separator

A 1: Banana peeler

A 1: Mechanical pelmen maker

A 1: Knife to remove strawberry tips

A 1: Citrus peeler

A 1: Birch A 2: Maple

A 1: almonds + sugar syrup

A 1: Jackfruit

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