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Question 1: It was accepted to the ________ in 1982.
National Register of Historic PlacesNational Park ServiceProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)History of the National Register of Historic Places

Question 2: The bridge is 2,945 ft (898 m) long, 70 ft (21 m) wide, 167 ft (51 m) above the water[2] and is owned and operated by the ________.
SeattleKing County, WashingtonWashington State Department of TransportationSnohomish County, Washington

Question 3: A service for McLaughlin was held on December 8, 1998, at ________ in Seattle.
2009–10 Oklahoma City Thunder seasonKeyArenaOklahoma City ThunderFord Center

Question 4: The Seattle City Council voted to build connecting portions of the highway through the ________, a decision which generated considerable controversy at the time.
Point Defiance Zoo & AquariumCougar Mountain ZooNorthwest TrekWoodland Park Zoo

Question 5: The bridge is a popular location for ________ jumpers and numerous reports have used the bridge as a case study in fields ranging from suicide prevention to the effects of prehospital care on trauma victims.
CremationSuicideDeath and cultureEuthanasia

Question 6: The bridge is 2,945 ft (898 m) long, 70 ft (21 m) wide, and 167 ft (51 m) above the water,[2] and is owned and operated by the ________.
Washington State Department of TransportationKing County, WashingtonSnohomish County, WashingtonSeattle

Question 7: Construction on the bridge piers began in 1929, with construction of the bridge following shortly afterwards in 1931, with its dedication held on February 22, 1932, ________'s 200th birthday.
Dwight D. EisenhowerGeorge WashingtonAlexander HamiltonUlysses S. Grant

Question 8: The George Washington Memorial Bridge (commonly called the Aurora Bridge) is a cantilever and truss ________ that carries Aurora Avenue N.
Suspension bridgeBridgeCable-stayed bridgeArch bridge

Question 9: A local landmark, the Fremont Troll—a large cement sculpture of a troll clutching a real-life ________—was installed under the bridge's north end in 1990.
Volkswagen Golf Mk1Volkswagen PassatVolkswagen BeetleVolkswagen Jetta

Question 10: Ober died in August, 1931, of a ________ while the bridge was still under construction.
Subarachnoid hemorrhageIntracranial hemorrhageEpidural hematomaCerebral hemorrhage
















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