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Question 1:
When was United States Supreme Court Building built?
1933 -1935
1848-1935; see article

Question 2: On the fifth floor: The Supreme Court gym, including a ________ nicknamed the "Highest Court in the Land"[6]
Three-point field goalBasketball courtWomen's National Basketball AssociationKey (basketball)

Question 3: In 1997, the ________ requested that the Supreme Court remove the image of Muhammad from the marble frieze of the fa├žade.
Council on American-Islamic RelationsDaniel PipesSue Wilkins MyrickGuantanamo Bay detention camp

Question 4:
Where is United States Supreme Court Building?
1 First Street, Northeast
255 Beach Drive Northeast
Northeast France
18 Avenue at 8 Street Northeast

Question 5: When the capital moved to Philadelphia, ________, the Court moved with it and began meeting in Independence Hall, and later in City Hall.
ConnecticutNew JerseyNorth CarolinaPennsylvania

Question 6: [3] It remained in the Capitol until ________, with the exception of a period from 1812 to 1819, during which the Court was absent from Washington because of the British invasion and destruction of the Capitol in the War of 1812.

Question 7: While appreciating the fact that Muhammad was included in the court's pantheon of 18 prominent lawgivers of history, CAIR noted that Islam discourages ________ in any artistic representation.
Criticism of MuhammadAliDepictions of MuhammadDiplomatic career of Muhammad

Question 8: The New Yorker columnist Howard Brubaker noted at the time of its opening that it had "fine big windows to throw the ________ out of."[5]
New DealNational Recovery AdministrationFranklin D. RooseveltGreat Depression

Question 9: On the third floor: The office of Justice Ginsburg, the office of the reporter of decisions, the legal office, and the offices of the ________.
Antonin ScaliaJohn G. RobertsLaw clerkUnited States district court

Question 10: Courtroom friezes - The South Wall Frieze includes figures of lawgivers from the time before Jesus and includes Menes, Hammurabi, Moses, Solomon, Lycurgus, Solon, Draco, Confucius, and ________.
Roman EmperorDomitianAugustusTiberius


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