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"-4469503464110108318"
"When did the simpsons first air on television?"
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[ "The Simpsons" ]
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[ "December 17 , 1989" ]
"The Simpsons"
"4790842463458965203"
"Who played george washington in the john adams series?"
{ "type": [ "singleAnswer" ], "answer": [ [ "David Morse" ] ], "qaPairs": [ { "question": [], "answer": [] } ] }
[ "John Adams (miniseries)" ]
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[ "David Morse" ]
"John Adams (miniseries)"
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"What is the legal age of marriage in usa?"
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[ "Marriage age in the United States" ]
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[ "18", "Nebraska ( 19 )", "Mississippi ( 21 )" ]
"Age of marriage in the United States"
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"Who starred in barefoot in the park on broadway?"
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[ "Barefoot in the Park", "Barefoot in the Park (film)" ]
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[ "Robert Redford", "Elizabeth Ashley" ]
"Barefoot in the Park"
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"When did the manhattan project began and end?"
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[ "Timeline of the Manhattan Project", "Manhattan Project" ]
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The <b>Manhattan Project began</b> modestly in 1939, but grew to \nemploy more than 130,000 people and cost nearly ... July 15: The MAUD \nCommittee issues <b>final</b> detailed technical report on design and costs to develop a \nbomb.", "The Dayton Project <b>was</b> a research and development project to produce \npolonium during World ... The Dayton Project <b>began</b> in 1943 when Monsanto&#39;s \nCharles Allen Thomas <b>was</b> recruited by the Manhattan ... Port Hope <b>was</b> already \nunder contract from the <b>Manhattan Project</b> for the supply and refining of uranium \nore.", "The German nuclear weapons project <b>was</b> an unsuccessful scientific effort led by \nGermany to ... The first effort <b>started</b> in April 1939, just months after the discovery \nof nuclear fission in December 1938, but <b>ended</b> only months ... For the <b>Manhattan</b> \n<b>Project</b>, the second condition <b>was</b> met on 9 October 1941 or shortly thereafter.", "The Ames Project <b>was</b> a research and development project that <b>was</b> part of the \nlarger <b>Manhattan Project</b> to build ... Spedding and Wilhelm <b>began</b> looking for \nways to create the uranium metal. At the time, it <b>was</b> ... Thorium sold for $3 a gram \nbefore the war; by its <b>end</b>, the Ames Project <b>was</b> producing it for less than 5¢ a \ngram.", "Project Alberta, also known as Project A, <b>was</b> a section of the <b>Manhattan Project</b> \nwhich assisted ... The <b>Manhattan Project began</b> in October 1941, just before U.S. \nentry into World War II. ... Tests continued until the <b>end</b> of the war in August 1945.", "Britain contributed to the <b>Manhattan Project</b> by helping initiate the effort to build \nthe first atomic ... Initially the British project <b>was</b> larger and more advanced, but \nafter the United States entered the war, the American ... By the <b>end</b> of June 1945, \nit had supplied the <b>Manhattan Project</b> with 5,000 long tons (5,100 t) of nickel \npowder,&nbsp;...", "The Y-12 National Security Complex is a United States Department of Energy \nNational Nuclear Security Administration facility located in Oak Ridge, \nTennessee, near the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. It <b>was</b> built as part of the \n<b>Manhattan Project</b> for the purpose of enriching ... However, K-25 <b>did</b> not <b>begin</b> \noperating until March 1945 and fed slightly&nbsp;...", "In 1944, uranium mining under the U.S military&#39;s <b>Manhattan Project began</b> on \nNavajo Nation lands and on Lakota Nation lands. On August 1, 1946, the \nresponsibility for atomic science and technology <b>was</b> ... When forced relocation \nprograms <b>were ended</b> in 2007, the organization shifted focus to a broader variety \nof issues&nbsp;...", "The Manhattan Projects is a comic book series co-created by writer Jonathan \nHickman and artist Nick Pitarra published by Image Comics. It is a story about an \nalternate history of the <b>end</b> of World War II in which the <b>Manhattan Project was</b> a \nfront for other ... The series is a monthly ongoing and <b>began</b> in March 2012 to \nmuch critical&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Manhattan Project", "Timeline of the Manhattan Project", "Einstein–Szilárd letter", "German nuclear weapons program", "Timeline of World War II", "Leo Szilard", "Ernest Lawrence", "John R. Dunning", "S-1 Executive Committee", "Enrico Fermi" ], "snippet": [ "The <b>Manhattan Project</b> was a research and development undertaking during \nWorld War II that ... The <b>Manhattan Project</b> began modestly in <b>1939</b>, but grew to \nemploy more than 130,000 people and cost nearly US$2 billion (about $23 \nbillion in&nbsp;...", "<b>1939</b>[edit]. August 2: Albert Einstein signs the letter (Einstein–Szilárd letter), \nauthored by physicist Leó Szilárd and addressed to President&nbsp;...", "The Einstein–Szilárd letter was a letter written by Leó Szilárd and signed by \nAlbert Einstein that was sent to the United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt \non August 2, <b>1939</b>. ... own nuclear program. It prompted action by Roosevelt, \nwhich eventually resulted in the <b>Manhattan Project</b> developing the first atomic \nbombs.", "The German nuclear weapons project was an unsuccessful scientific effort led by \nGermany to ... The first effort started in April <b>1939</b>, just months after the discovery \nof nuclear ... Even with all four of these conditions in place the <b>Manhattan Project</b> \nsucceeded only after the war in Europe had been brought to a conclusion.", "Eastern Front &middot; Manhattan Project &middot; United Kingdom home front &middot; Surrender of the \nAxis armies &middot; v &middot; t &middot; e. This is a list of timelines of events over the period of World \nWar II, as well as the prelude to the ... Pact (1918–1941); Timeline of Sweden \nduring World War II (1939–1945); Timeline of the <b>Manhattan Project</b> (<b>1939</b>–1947)\n&nbsp;...", "Leo Szilard was a Hungarian-German-American physicist and inventor. He \nconceived the nuclear chain reaction in 1933, patented the idea of a nuclear \nfission reactor in 1934, and in late <b>1939</b> wrote the letter for Albert Einstein&#39;s \nsignature that resulted in the <b>Manhattan Project</b> that built the atomic bomb.", "Ernest Orlando Lawrence (August 8, 1901 – August 27, 1958) was a pioneering \nAmerican nuclear scientist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in <b>1939</b> for \nhis invention of the cyclotron. He is known for his work on uranium-isotope \nseparation for the <b>Manhattan Project</b>,&nbsp;...", "John Ray Dunning (September 24, 1907 – August 25, 1975) was an American \nphysicist who played key roles in the <b>Manhattan Project</b> that ... On 25 January \n<b>1939</b>, Dunning was a member of the Columbia team that conducted the first \nnuclear&nbsp;...", "The Uranium Committee was a committee of the National Defense Research \nCommittee ... It laid the groundwork for the <b>Manhattan Project</b> by initiating and \ncoordinating the early research efforts in the United States, and liaising with the ... \nThe Advisory Committee on Uranium reported to the President on November 1, \n<b>1939</b>.", "Enrico Fermi was an Italian–American physicist and the creator of the world&#39;s first \nnuclear ... Fermi arrived in New York City on 2 January <b>1939</b>. ... The <b>Manhattan</b> \n<b>Project</b> was replaced by the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) on 1 January&nbsp;..." ] } ] }
[ "From 1942 to 1946" ]
"Timeline of the Manhattan Project"
"-8765341210106443690"
"When did the frozen ride open at epcot?"
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[ "Frozen Ever After" ]
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[ "June 21 , 2016" ]
"Frozen Ever After"
"-8984315366060644345"
"Name the landforms that form the boundaries of the peninsular plateau?"
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[ "Deccan Plateau" ]
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[ "Western Ghats", "Eastern Ghats" ]
"Deccan Plateau"
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"When was the last time uga won a national championship?"
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[ "Georgia Bulldogs basketball", "List of Georgia Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs championships ...", "Georgia Bulldogs football", "Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball", "NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships" ]
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During the late 1980s and 1990s, the University of Georgia (\n<b>UGA</b>), coached by Suzanne ... The <b>Final</b> Four teams: UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma, \nDenver.", "The Georgia Gymdogs (officially the Georgia Bulldogs) is the <b>women&#39;s</b> \ngymnastics team of the ... After the 1979–80 season, the team began competing \nin the <b>National</b> ... As of 2012, the team had <b>won</b> 10 NCAA <b>Women&#39;s Gymnastics</b> \n<b>championships</b>. ... &quot;<b>UGA</b> reaches into its <b>recent</b> past for new gymnastics coach: \nCourtney&nbsp;...", "The Georgia Bulldogs are the athletic teams that represent the University of \nGeorgia. ... The official mascot is an English Bulldog named <b>Uga</b>, (derived from \nan ... football, men&#39;s and <b>women&#39;s</b> golf, <b>women&#39;s gymnastics</b>, <b>women&#39;s</b> soccer, \nsoftball, men&#39;s and ... Those 19 teams have <b>won</b> a combined 890 <b>national</b> \n<b>championships</b>&nbsp;...", "Courtney Anne Kupets Carter (born July 27, 1986) is a former American artistic \n<b>gymnast</b>. She is ... During her <b>time</b> at the University of Georgia, the Georgia \n<b>women&#39;s gymnastics</b> team <b>won</b> four straight NCAA <b>national championships</b> from \n2006-2009. During the 2009–10 ... (<b>UGA</b>), joining her older sister, Ashley Kupets.", "The Southeastern Conference (SEC) sponsors nine men&#39;s sports and twelve \n<b>women&#39;s</b> sports. This is a list of conference <b>champions</b> for each sport. Also see \nthe list of SEC <b>national champions</b>. ... 11 <b>Women&#39;s gymnastics</b>. 11.1 <b>Champions</b> \n... 1993-1995: Determined by conference and <b>tournament winning</b> percentage.", "Simone Arianne Biles (born March 14, 1997) is an American artistic <b>gymnast</b>. \nWith a total of 30 ... Additionally, she is a three-<b>time</b> World silver medalist (2013 \nand 2014 on ... Biles competed at the 2013 USA <b>Gymnastics National</b> \n<b>Championships</b> in ... In the <b>women&#39;s</b> floor exercise <b>final</b>, she <b>won</b> gold with a \nscore of 15.966.", "The University of Georgia Bulldogs have fielded competitive sports teams since \n1892. Since that <b>time</b>, teams and individuals have earned honor and glory \nthrough conference and <b>national championships</b>. To date, the Bulldogs have \namassed 44 <b>national championships</b> and 136 ... Team, <b>Last national</b> title, \nNumber of <b>national</b> titles, <b>Last</b> conference title&nbsp;...", "This is a list of conference <b>champions</b> in sports sponsored by the Pac-12 \nConference. Contents. 1 Current members; 2 Affiliate members; 3 Former \nmembers; 4 Football; 5 Men&#39;s basketball; 6 <b>Women&#39;s</b> basketball; 7 Baseball; 8 \nSoftball; 9 <b>Women&#39;s gymnastics</b>; 10 Men&#39;s ... 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During her tenure, \nshe built the Georgia gymnastics program into a <b>national</b> ... 10 NCAA <b>Women&#39;s</b> \n<b>Gymnastics championships</b> – 1987, &#39;89, &#39;93, &#39;98, &#39;99, &#39;05,&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Georgia Bulldogs basketball", "Georgia Bulldogs", "2008 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament", "Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball", "List of Georgia Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs championships ...", "Auburn Tigers men's basketball", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate", "Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men's basketball", "2003 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament", "List of Southeastern Conference men's basketball champions ..." ], "snippet": [ "The <b>Georgia</b> Bulldogs <b>basketball</b> program is the <b>men&#39;s</b> college <b>basketball</b> team \nrepresenting ... This <b>time UGA</b> made it all the way to the NIT <b>Final</b> Four defeating \nTemple, Maryland, and Virginia Tech before ... (8–8) record, reaching the 20 <b>win</b> \nmark for the third consecutive year for the first <b>time</b> in <b>Georgia basketball</b> history.", "Main article: <b>Georgia</b> Lady Bulldogs <b>basketball</b> ... (an average of 24.4 <b>wins</b> per \nseason), 23 <b>NCAA</b> tournaments, and five <b>Final</b> Fours. ... The Lady Dogs&#39; all-<b>time</b> \nAP ranking stands at 4th as of 2005.", "The <b>win</b> marked only the third <b>time</b> the Tar Heels had <b>won</b> their first two \n<b>tournament</b> games by <b>more</b> than 20 points. The&nbsp;...", "The <b>Georgia</b> Lady Bulldogs <b>basketball</b> team represents the University of <b>Georgia</b> \nin <b>basketball</b>. ... Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly \navailable ... <b>Georgia</b> has <b>won</b> seven Southeastern Conference regular-season ... \nand appeared in the <b>NCAA</b> Women&#39;s Division I <b>Basketball Tournament</b> 33 <b>times</b>, \ntied&nbsp;...", "The University of <b>Georgia</b> Bulldogs have fielded competitive sports teams since \n1892. Since that <b>time</b>, teams and individuals have <b>earned</b> honor and glory \nthrough conference and <b>national championships</b>. ... Team, <b>Last national</b> title, \nNumber of <b>national</b> titles, <b>Last</b> conference title, Number of conference titles, Notes\n. Football&nbsp;...", "The 1985 Auburn Tigers <b>won</b> the <b>tournament</b> after beating ... has reached the \nSEC <b>Tournament final</b> two other <b>times</b>: in 1984,&nbsp;...", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate is an American college football rivalry between the \n<b>Georgia</b> ... <b>Georgia</b> made the <b>Final</b> Four in its first <b>NCAA Tournament</b> appearance \nin ... During this <b>time</b> the Bulldogs have had <b>win</b> streaks of six games (1978–1983\n), ... Since 1994, the Tech-<b>UGA basketball</b> game has had the highest average&nbsp;...", "The <b>Georgia</b> Tech Yellow Jackets <b>Men&#39;s Basketball</b> team represents the <b>Georgia</b> \nTech Yellow ... The next <b>time</b> Tech had a <b>basketball</b> team, it was under the \nfamous coach John ... In 1964, <b>Georgia</b> Tech&#39;s <b>final</b> season in the Southeastern \nConference, the ... The following year, the Yellow Jackets <b>won</b> the ACC \n<b>Tournament</b>.", "The 2003 <b>NCAA</b> Division I <b>Men&#39;s Basketball Tournament</b> involved 65 schools \nplaying in ... Syracuse <b>won</b> their first <b>national championship</b> in three tries under \nJim Boeheim, defeating Kansas 81–78 in what ... To date, this is the <b>last</b> \n<b>tournament</b> to feature what is now known as the <b>Times</b> Union Center in Albany; \nhowever, the&nbsp;...", "Kentucky defeated <b>Georgia</b> in the 1988 SEC <b>Tournament final</b>, but the \n<b>tournament</b> title was vacated later because of <b>NCAA</b> violations. Award Winners \nby school[&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball", "List of Georgia Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs championships ...", "Georgia Bulldogs", "List of Southeastern Conference champions", "Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball", "Andy Landers", "Southeastern Conference", "2001 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament", "List of Pac-12 Conference champions", "Florida Gators women's basketball" ], "snippet": [ "The Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball team represents the University of Georgia \nin basketball. ... They have historically been among collegiate <b>Womens</b> \n<b>Basketball&#39;s</b> best ... appeared in 5 <b>Final</b> Fours and 11 Elite Eights, but have never \n<b>won a National</b> ... Coach Landers was hired as the team&#39;s first full-<b>time</b> coach in \n1979.", "The University of Georgia Bulldogs have fielded competitive sports teams since \n1892. Since that <b>time</b>, teams and individuals have earned honor and glory \nthrough conference and <b>national championships</b>. To date, the Bulldogs have \namassed 44 <b>national championships</b> and 136 ... Team, <b>Last national</b> title, \nNumber of <b>national</b> titles, <b>Last</b> conference title&nbsp;...", "Landers currently stands as the winningest <b>women&#39;s</b> college <b>basketball</b> coach \nnot to have <b>won</b> the <b>national championship</b>. The Lady Dogs&#39; all-<b>time</b> AP ranking&nbsp;...", "The Southeastern Conference (SEC) sponsors nine men&#39;s sports and twelve \nwomen&#39;s sports. This is a list of conference <b>champions</b> for each sport. Also see \nthe list of SEC <b>national champions</b>. ... Although the SEC began sponsoring \n<b>women&#39;s basketball</b> competition in the ... <b>UGA</b>, 2–1), No <b>Tournament</b>, Georgia, \nAlabama.", "The Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball team represents the University of \nTennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee in NCAA <b>women&#39;s basketball</b> competition. \nThe team has been a contender for <b>national</b> titles for over thirty years, having \nmade every NCAA Women&#39;s Division I Basketball <b>Championship tournament</b> \nsince ... Tennessee not only made it to the NCAA <b>Final</b> Four for the second <b>time</b> \nout of&nbsp;...", "Andrew Grady Landers (born October 8, 1952) is a retired American college \nbasketball coach who was head <b>women&#39;s basketball</b> coach ... At the <b>time</b> he \nretired, Georgia&#39;s five <b>Final</b> Four appearances (all under Landers) ... 944 total \n<b>wins</b>, which ranked fifth all-<b>time</b> among women&#39;s college basketball coaches. ... \n<b>UGA</b> Today.", "The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is an American college athletic conference \nwhose ... The SEC participates in the <b>National</b> Collegiate Athletic Association (\nNCAA) ... of its <b>winning</b> reputation, with 43 <b>national</b> football <b>championships</b>, 21 \n<b>basketball</b> ... team <b>championships</b> in nine men&#39;s sports and twelve <b>women&#39;s</b> \nsports.", "Connecticut went into a scoring drought, going <b>more</b> than five minutes without a \npoint. Notre Dame went on to <b>win</b> 90–75, to head to their first <b>national</b>&nbsp;...", "^ Arizona was <b>National Champion</b> in 1997, though it did not <b>win</b> the conference. \n<b>Women&#39;s basketball</b>[edit]. See also: Pac-12 Conference Women&#39;s&nbsp;...", "The Florida Gators <b>women&#39;s basketball</b> team represents the University of Florida \nin the sport of basketball. The Gators compete in Division I of the <b>National</b> \nCollegiate Athletic ... They made local headlines in 1976 by <b>winning</b> the &quot;state \n<b>championship</b>&quot; by beating the other three women&#39;s teams in the state at that <b>time</b>." ] }, { "title": [ "List of Georgia Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs championships ...", "Georgia Bulldogs", "Georgia Bulldogs football", "Georgia Bulldogs basketball", "List of Southeastern Conference champions", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate", "Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball", "Georgia Gymdogs", "Southeastern Conference", "Vince Dooley" ], "snippet": [ "<b>Basketball</b> arena, Stegeman Coliseum. Mascot, Que (English bulldog) <b>UGA</b> X. \nNickname, Bulldogs, &#39;<b>Dawgs</b>. Fight song, Glory, Glory. Colors, Red and Black. \nWebsite, www.georgiadogs.com. The University of Georgia Bulldogs have fielded \ncompetitive <b>sports</b> teams since 1892.", "The Georgia Bulldogs are the <b>athletic</b> teams that represent the University of \nGeorgia. ... Equestrian was added as <b>UGA&#39;s</b> 21st intercollegiate varsity <b>sport</b> in \n2001. ... Georgia has won 13 Southeastern Conference (SEC) <b>championships</b> (\nthe most&nbsp;...", "The Georgia Bulldogs football program represents the University of Georgia in \nthe <b>sport</b> of ... <b>UGA</b> claims two consensus national <b>championships</b> (1942 and \n1980); the AP and Coaches Polls have each voted the Bulldogs the national \nchampion&nbsp;...", "Conference Tournament <b>Champions</b>. 1917, 1932, 1983, 2008. Conference \nRegular Season <b>Champions</b>. 1931, 1990. The Georgia Bulldogs <b>basketball</b> \nprogram is the men&#39;s college <b>basketball</b> team representing ... <b>UGA</b> previously \nhad won the Southeastern Conference tournament in Birmingham, AL defeating \nOle Miss,&nbsp;...", "The Southeastern Conference (SEC) sponsors nine men&#39;s <b>sports</b> and twelve \nwomen&#39;s <b>sports</b>. ... <b>UGA</b>, 2–1), No Tournament, Georgia, Alabama. 1956, Florida\n&nbsp;...", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate is an American college football rivalry between the \nGeorgia ... Georgia Tech claims four national <b>championships</b>: 1917, 1928, 1952, \nand 1990. ... After the war, Dan Magill, long-time <b>UGA sports</b> information director, \nfelt that the Bulldogs teams were at an unfair competitive disadvantage against&nbsp;...", "Conference Regular Season <b>Champions</b>. 1983, 1984, 1986, 1991, 1996, 1997, \n2000, 2001. The Georgia Lady Bulldogs <b>basketball</b> team represents the \nUniversity of Georgia in <b>basketball</b>. ... <b>UGA Sports</b> Communications. February 26, \n2007.", "The Georgia Gymdogs (officially the Georgia Bulldogs) is the women&#39;s \ngymnastics team of the ... As of 2012, the team had won 10 NCAA Women&#39;s \nGymnastics <b>championships</b>. ... their winning the National Collegiate <b>Athletic</b> \nAssociation Division I team <b>championship</b>. ... Georgia Gymnastics [@\n<b>UGAGymnastics</b>] (9 May 2017).", "The SEC is regarded as one of the most accomplished <b>sports</b> conferences in \nterms of its winning reputation, with 43 national football <b>championships</b>, 21 \n<b>basketball</b>&nbsp;...", "After leading <b>UGA</b> to 201 victories, 6 SEC <b>championships</b>, and one national \n<b>championship</b> as head football coach, Dooley retired to focus on his post as \n<b>athletic</b>&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Georgia Bulldogs football", "Georgia Bulldogs", "List of Georgia Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs championships ...", "SEC Championship Game", "1980 Georgia Bulldogs football team", "Georgia Bulldogs baseball", "Georgia Bulldogs basketball", "2018 College Football Playoff National Championship", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate", "2008 Sugar Bowl" ], "snippet": [ "^ &quot;Who Has the Most SEC Football <b>Championships</b>?&quot;. University of Georgia \nAthletics. ^ &quot;<b>College</b> Football Data Warehouse - Division I-A ALL-<b>TIME WINS</b> \nrankings&quot;&nbsp;...", "The Georgia Bulldogs are the athletic teams that represent the University of \nGeorgia. ... seasons (an average of 24.4 <b>wins</b> per season), 23 NCAA \ntournaments, and five <b>Final</b> Fours. ... Georgia holds the all-<b>time</b> advantage in the \nseries, posting a <b>win</b>-loss record of ... His inaugural <b>UGA</b> team <b>won</b> the <b>national</b> \n<b>championship</b>.", "The University of Georgia Bulldogs have fielded competitive sports teams since \n1892. Since that <b>time</b>, teams and individuals have earned honor and glory \nthrough conference and <b>national championships</b>. To date, the Bulldogs have \namassed 44 <b>national championships</b> and 136 ... Team, <b>Last</b> national title, \nNumber of national titles, <b>Last</b> conference title&nbsp;...", "The SEC Championship Game is an annual American football game that has \ndetermined the ... Each of these teams has <b>won</b> the championship multiple <b>times</b>. \n... in the 2010 BCS <b>National Championship</b> Game, which it went on to <b>win</b> as well\n. ... the <b>last</b> held in the BCS era, was not thought of as such at the <b>time</b> of the \ngame,&nbsp;...", "The 1980 Georgia Bulldogs football team represented the Georgia Bulldogs of \nthe University of ... The team was named <b>national champion</b> by NCAA-\ndesignated major ... minutes later on a 9-yard touchdown run as Georgia went on \nto <b>win</b> the game, 16–15. ... Walker rushed 25 <b>times</b> for 205 yards against the \nRamblin&#39; Wreck.", "Georgia <b>won</b> the <b>College</b> World Series in 1990. The Bulldogs play their home \ngames on <b>UGA&#39;s</b> campus in Foley Field, and are coached by head coach Scott&nbsp;...", "The Georgia Bulldogs basketball program is the men&#39;s <b>college</b> basketball team \nrepresenting ... This <b>time UGA</b> made it all the way to the NIT <b>Final</b> Four defeating \nTemple, Maryland, and Virginia Tech before losing a ... <b>UGA</b> previously had <b>won</b> \nthe Southeastern Conference <b>tournament</b> in Birmingham, AL defeating Ole Miss,\n&nbsp;...", "The 2018 College Football Playoff <b>National Championship</b> was a college football \nbowl game ... Alabama and Georgia advanced to the <b>national championship</b> after \n<b>winning</b> ... defense held yet again and Alabama&#39;s JK Scott punted for the third \n<b>time</b>. ... &quot;Alabama&#39;s Sugar Bowl <b>win</b> against Clemson sets up all-SEC <b>final</b>: <b>Final</b>&nbsp;...", "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate is an American college football rivalry between the \nGeorgia ... Georgia Tech claims four <b>national championships</b>: 1917, 1928, 1952, \nand ... During his reign, the Yellow Jackets <b>won</b> eight in a row against <b>UGA</b> from \n... During this <b>time</b> the Bulldogs have had <b>win</b> streaks of six games (1978–1983),\n&nbsp;...", "The 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl was an American <b>college</b> football bowl game. It \nwas part of the Bowl <b>Championship</b> Series (BCS) for the 2007 NCAA ... WAC \n<b>champion</b> Hawaii Warriors, the <b>last</b> undefeated major <b>college</b> football team ... \nMVP of the Sugar Bowl Game, the first <b>time</b> in its history that a purely defensive \nplayer&nbsp;..." ] } ] }
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"Georgia Bulldogs football"
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"Who sing play that funky music white boy?"
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[ "Play That Funky Music" ]
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"Play That Funky Music"
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"When was the first airplane used in war?"
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[ "History of aerial warfare" ]
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"Aerial warfare"
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"What color is a negative benedict's test?"
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[ "Benedict's reagent" ]
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"Benedict's reagent"
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"Consubstantial with the father in the creed means what?"
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[ "Consubstantiality" ]
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"Consubstantiality"
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"What was elvis presley's first uk number 1?"
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[ "List of artists by number of UK Singles Chart number ones", "Lists of UK Singles Chart number ones" ]
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[ "`` All Shook Up ''" ]
"Elvis Presley singles discography"
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"Voice of the snake in the jungle book?"
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[ "Kaa", "The Jungle Book (2016 film)", "The Jungle Book (video game)", "The Jungle Book (1994 film)", "The Jungle Book (1967 film)", "The Jungle Book (TV series)" ]
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This use of familiar <b>voices</b> for key characters was a rarity in \nDisney&#39;s past films. ... films based on children&#39;s books &middot; The <b>Jungle Book</b> (\nfranchise) &middot; Films about bears &middot; Films about elephants &middot; Films about <b>snakes</b> &middot; \nFilms about tigers&nbsp;...", "The <b>Jungle Book</b> is a 2016 American fantasy adventure film directed and \nproduced by Jon ... The film introduces Neel Sethi as Mowgli, along with <b>voice</b> \nand motion ... by French horns and strings, and Kaa&#39;s music features <b>snake</b>-like \nsounds,&nbsp;...", "Sterling Price Holloway Jr. (January 14, 1905 – November 22, 1992) was an \nAmerican actor and <b>voice</b> actor, who appeared in over 100 films and 40 \ntelevision&nbsp;...", "Haley Joel Osment as Mowgli, a young boy raised in the <b>jungle</b>, who ... Additional \n<b>voices</b> provided by Jeff Bennett, Baron Davis, Jess&nbsp;...", "This is a list of characters that appear in Rudyard Kipling&#39;s <b>Jungle Book</b> story \ncollection, ... Kaa (का Kā; Indian rock python) - A villainous <b>snake</b> who plans to \nconsume ... Disney was originally going to have The Beatles <b>voice</b> them, but \nJohn&nbsp;...", "Shere Khan /ˈʃɪər ˈkɑːn/ is a fictional Bengal tiger and the main antagonist \nof Rudyard ... He later encounters Kaa just as he was going to eat Mowgli, but the \n<b>snake</b> denies any knowledge of the man-cub. Doubting Kaa&#39;s ... Idris Elba <b>voices</b> \nShere Khan in the 2016 live-action film The <b>Jungle Book</b>. 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"The Jungle Book (2016 film)"
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"Where are the majority of cases heard in the united states?"
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[ "State court (United States)" ]
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[ "State courts" ]
"State court (United States)"
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"When is magnus chase book 3 coming out?"
{ "type": [ "singleAnswer" ], "answer": [ [ "October 3, 2017" ] ], "qaPairs": [ { "question": [], "answer": [] } ] }
[ "Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard" ]
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[ "October 3 , 2017" ]
"Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard"
"-1911980845281550523"
"Who has more super bowl wins afc or nfc?"
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[ "List of Super Bowl champions" ]
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"List of Super Bowl champions"
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"Which is the most recent state to have joined the united states of america?"
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[ "Hawaii", "51st state" ]
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[ "Hawaii" ]
"Territorial evolution of the United States"
"4776000106366522865"
"When was the song believer by imagine dragons made?"
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[ "Believer (Imagine Dragons song)" ]
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[ "February 1 , 2017" ]
"Believer (Imagine Dragons song)"
"4723481094198751540"
"When did the han solo movie come out?"
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[ "Solo: A Star Wars Story" ]
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[ "May 25 , 2018" ]
"Solo: A Star Wars Story"
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"What name is given to fats that are liquid at room temperature?"
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[ "Animal fat", "Saturated fat", "Vegetable oil" ]
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"Fat"
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"What is the airport code for abu dhabi?"
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[ "List of airports in the United Arab Emirates", "Abu Dhabi International Airport" ]
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[ "IATA : AUH", "ICAO : OMAA" ]
"Abu Dhabi International Airport"
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"Who won the last open at st andrews?"
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[ "The Open Championship" ]
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"List of The Open Championship champions"
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"Who helped lewis and clark on their journey?"
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[ "Sacagawea" ]
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[ "Sacagawea" ]
"Lewis and Clark Expedition"
"-4950316745090894056"
"Who sings don't mess around with jim?"
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[ "You Don't Mess Around with Jim (song)" ]
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[ "Jim Croce" ]
"You Don't Mess Around with Jim"
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"How many ligue 1 titles does psg have?"
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[ "Paris Saint-Germain F.C." ]
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"Paris Saint-Germain F.C."
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"Who won season 2 of america's got talent?"
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[ "Terry Fator", "America's Got Talent (season 2)", "America's Got Talent: The Champions" ]
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[ "Terry Fator" ]
"America's Got Talent (season 2)"
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"When's the next time easter falls on april fools day?"
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[ "List of dates for Easter" ]
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"What is the original name of puerto rico?"
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[ "Puerto Rico", "History of Puerto Rico" ]
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[ "Borikén" ]
"Puerto Rico"
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"Sharon two guys a girl and a pizza place?"
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[ "Two Guys and a Girl" ]
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[ "Traylor Howard" ]
"Two Guys and a Girl"
"-3430387669519489370"
"How many seasons are there of star wars the clone wars?"
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[ "Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008 TV series)" ]
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"When was the national world war ii memorial built?"
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[ "World War II Memorial" ]
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[ "April 29 , 2004" ]
"National World War II Memorial"
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"With what are the german die brücke artists associated?"
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[ "Die Brücke" ]
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[ "Expressionism" ]
"Die Brücke"
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"Alter-ego adopted by rosalind in as you like it?"
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[ "Rosalind (As You Like It)" ]
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"Rosalind (As You Like It)"
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"Who did phil daniels play in east enders?"
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[ "Phil Daniels" ]
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"Kevin Wicks"
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"Which state has the smallest population in nigeria?"
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[ "List of Nigerian states by population" ]
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"List of Nigerian states by population"
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"What is the scientific name for a red fox?"
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[ "Red fox" ]
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"Red fox"
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"Who is the father of accounting when and what did he describe?"
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[ "Luca Pacioli" ]
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"Luca Pacioli"
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"When did the lightning thief book come out?"
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[ "The Lightning Thief" ]
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"The Lightning Thief"
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"How many jury members in a criminal trial?"
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[ "Jury", "Criminal procedure", "Juries in England and Wales" ]
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Former National Football League (NFL) player, broadcaster, and\n&nbsp;...", "The categorization of the <b>crimes</b> and the constitution of the court represented a \njuridical&nbsp;...", "People v. Jackson was a 2005 <b>criminal trial</b> held in Santa Barbara County \nSuperior Court in Santa Maria, California, in which American singer Michael \nJackson&nbsp;...", "The International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), also known as the \nTokyo <b>Trial</b> or the Tokyo War <b>Crimes</b> Tribunal, was a military <b>trial</b> convened on&nbsp;...", "After six years of <b>criminal trials</b>, no convictions were obtained, and all charges \nwere dropped in 1990. When the trial ended in 1990, it had been the longest and\n&nbsp;...", "The prosecution is the legal party responsible for presenting the case in a \n<b>criminal trial</b> against an individual accused of breaking the law. Typically, the&nbsp;...", "<b>Trial</b> in absentia is a <b>criminal</b> proceeding in a court of law in which the person \nwho is subject to it is not physically present at those proceedings. In absentia is&nbsp;...", "Jury <b>trials</b> were abolished in most Indian courts by the 1973 Code of <b>Criminal</b> \nProcedure . . Nanavati Case was not the last Jury <b>trial</b> in India. West Bengal had \nJury&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Jury", "Jury trial", "Juries in the United States", "O. J. Simpson murder case", "Trial of Michael Jackson", "Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution", "Jury nullification", "Juries in England and Wales", "McMartin preschool trial", "Hung jury" ], "snippet": [ "The size of the <b>jury</b> varies; in <b>criminal</b> cases involving serious felonies there are \nusually 12 <b>jurors</b>. In civil cases many <b>trials</b> require&nbsp;...", "<b>Jury trials</b> are used in a significant share of serious <b>criminal</b> cases in many but \nnot all common&nbsp;...", "A petit <b>jury</b>, also known as a <b>trial jury</b>, is the standard type of <b>jury</b> used in <b>criminal</b> \ncases in the United States. Petit <b>juries</b> are responsible for deciding whether or not\n&nbsp;...", "The O. J. Simpson murder case was a <b>criminal trial</b> held in Los Angeles County \nSuperior Court. ... On February 4, 1997, the <b>jury</b> unanimously found Simpson \nresponsible for both deaths. The families were awarded compensatory and \npunitive&nbsp;...", "Prosecutors pursued the <b>criminal</b> case and presented the evidence to two \nseparate grand <b>juries</b>, neither of which indicted. Gavin Arvizo was introduced to \nJackson&nbsp;...", "The Sixth Amendment grants <b>criminal</b> defendants the right to a speedy and public \n<b>trial</b> by an impartial <b>jury</b> consisting of <b>jurors</b> from the state and district in which&nbsp;...", "Jury nullification (US) or a perverse verdict (UK) generally occurs when members \nof a <b>criminal trial jury</b> believe that a defendant is guilty, but choose to acquit the&nbsp;...", "Criminal <b>juries</b>[edit]. <b>Juries</b> are summoned for <b>criminal trials</b> in the Crown Court \nwhere the offence is an indictable offence or an&nbsp;...", "The McMartin preschool trial was a day care sexual abuse case in the 1980s, \nprosecuted by ... After six years of <b>criminal trials</b>, no convictions were obtained, \nand all charges were ... Only 41 of the original 360 children ultimately testified in \nthe grand <b>jury</b> and pre-trial hearings, and fewer than a dozen testified at the \nactual trial.", "In Australia, it used to be the case in <b>criminal trials</b>, that a unanimous verdict must \nbe reached, until the advent of majority <b>juries</b>. Canada[edit]. In Canada, the <b>jury</b>&nbsp;..." ] }, { "title": [ "Jury", "Jury trial", "Jury nullification", "Grand juries in the United States", "Juries in the United States", "Juror misconduct", "Hung jury", "Jury selection", "Apodaca v. Oregon", "McMartin preschool trial" ], "snippet": [ "A <b>jury</b> is a sworn body of <b>people</b> (the <b>jurors</b>) convened to render an impartial ... In \nScotland, a <b>jury</b> in a <b>criminal trial</b> consists of 15 <b>jurors</b>, which is thought to be the \nlargest in the world. In 2009 a review by the&nbsp;...", "<b>Criminal trials</b> in the High Court are by <b>jury</b>. The <b>juries</b> are generally made of \nseven <b>members</b>, who can return a verdict based on a majority of five. There are \nno&nbsp;...", "<b>Jury</b> nullification (US) or a perverse verdict (UK) generally occurs when <b>members</b> \nof a <b>criminal trial jury</b> believe that a defendant is guilty, but choose to acquit the&nbsp;...", "... <b>Criminal Procedure</b> governs grand <b>juries</b>. It requires grand <b>juries</b> to be \ncomposed of 16 to 23 <b>members</b>&nbsp;...", "There are three types of <b>juries</b> in the United States: <b>criminal</b> grand <b>juries</b>, <b>criminal</b> \npetit <b>juries</b>, ... A grand <b>jury</b> has 16-23 <b>members</b>, and its <b>proceedings</b> are not open \nto the public. Unlike a ... Most states&#39; constitutions also grant the right of <b>trial</b> by \n<b>jury</b> in lesser <b>criminal</b> matters, though most have eliminated that right in offenses\n&nbsp;...", "<b>Juror</b> misconduct is when the law of the court is violated by a <b>member</b> of the <b>jury</b> \nwhile a court case is in progression or after it has reached a verdict. Misconduct \ncan take several forms: Communication by the <b>jury</b> with those outside of the trial/\ncourt case. ... <b>criminal trial jurors</b> accused of misconduct have never been tried in \nthis way.", "Each <b>jury</b> in <b>criminal</b> courts contain twelve <b>jurors</b>. However this is not the <b>case</b> in \ncivil <b>cases</b>. In civil <b>cases</b>, only six <b>people</b> are necessary for a <b>jury</b>, and if there is&nbsp;...", "<b>Jury</b> selection is the selection of the <b>people</b> who will serve on a <b>jury</b> during a <b>jury</b> \n<b>trial</b>. ... <b>Jury</b> Identification When empanelling the <b>jury</b>, section 631(3) of the \n<b>Criminal</b> Code states that the court clerk will draw out the appropriate number of \n<b>juror</b>&nbsp;...", "Apodaca v. Oregon, 406 U.S. 404 (1972), was a United States Supreme Court \ncase in which ... Federal law requires that <b>juries</b> return a unanimous verdict—one \nthat all <b>members</b> of the <b>jury</b> agree upon—in <b>criminal trials</b>. While most states \nfollow&nbsp;...", "The McMartin preschool trial was a day care sexual abuse case in the 1980s, \nprosecuted by the Los Angeles District Attorney Ira Reiner. <b>Members</b> of the \nMcMartin family, who operated a preschool in Manhattan ... After six years of \n<b>criminal trials</b>, no convictions were obtained, and all charges were dropped in \n1990. When the&nbsp;..." ] } ] }
[ "usually 12 jurors" ]
"Jury"
"2034739379280412436"
"Who has conceded the most goals in the premiership?"
{ "type": [ "multipleQAs" ], "answer": [ [] ], "qaPairs": [ { "question": [ "Which team has conceded the most goals in the premiership?", "Which goalkeeper has conceded the most goals in the premiership?" ], "answer": [ [ "Tottenham Hotspur" ], [ "Tim Krul" ] ] } ] }
[ "Premier League records and statistics" ]
{ "query": [ "Who has conceded the most goals in the premiership?" ], "results": [ { "title": [ "Premier League records and statistics", "List of Premier League goalkeepers with 100 or more clean sheets ...", "Football records and statistics in England", "Scottish Premier League", "2004–05 Chelsea F.C. season", "List of Premier League highest scoring games", "A-League records and statistics", "List of Chelsea F.C. records and statistics", "2018–19 Premier League", "List of Newcastle United F.C. records and statistics" ], "snippet": [ "The top tier of English football <b>was</b> renamed the <b>Premier League</b> for the start of \nthe 1992–93 ... <b>Most goals conceded</b> at home in a season (21 games): 45, \nSwindon Town (1993–94); <b>Most goals conceded</b> at home in a season (19 games\n): 43.", "In association football, a goalkeeper may be said to &quot;keep a clean sheet&quot; if they \nprevent their opponents scoring any <b>goals</b> during an entire match. Since the \n<b>Premier League</b>&#39;s formation at the start of the 1992–93 season, 15 goalkeepers \n<b>have</b> managed to keep 100 or <b>more</b> clean sheets in the <b>Premier League</b>. ... \nSouthampton and Tottenham Hotspur; all other goalkeepers <b>conceded</b> that&nbsp;...", "This article concerns football records in England. Unless otherwise stated, \nrecords are taken ... During the <b>Premiership</b> era, there were eight participants in \nthe historic ... The city <b>has</b> always <b>had</b> a top flight member of either Everton or \nLiverpool. ... <b>Most</b> league <b>goals</b> scored in a season: 134, Peterborough United (\nFourth&nbsp;...", "The Scottish <b>Premier League</b> (SPL) <b>was</b> the top level league competition for \nprofessional ... For <b>most</b> of its history, the Scottish Football League <b>had</b> a two \ndivisional ... Teams were ranked by total points, then <b>goal</b> difference, and then \n<b>goals</b> scored. ... 23 <b>goals</b>, 2010–11; <b>Most goals conceded</b> in a season: Aberdeen\n, 83 <b>goals</b>,&nbsp;...", "The 2004–05 season <b>was</b> Chelsea F.C.&#39;s 91st competitive season, 13th \nconsecutive season in the <b>Premier League</b> and 99th year as a club. Managed by \nJosé Mourinho during his first season at the club, Chelsea won the <b>Premier</b> \n<b>League</b> title (their first league title in 50 years) and ... <b>most</b> consecutive away wins \n(9), fewest <b>goals conceded</b> in a season (15) and&nbsp;...", "This <b>is</b> a summary of the <b>highest</b> scoring games and biggest winning margins in \nthe <b>Premier</b> ... This game boasts the record total number of <b>goals</b> scored in one \nhalf of <b>Premier League</b> football (nine), and by one team in one half of <b>Premier</b>&nbsp;...", "The top tier of Australian soccer <b>was</b> renamed the A-League for the start of the \n2005–06 season ... &#39;<b>Most goals conceded</b> in a season: 70, Central Coast \nMariners (2015–16) ... <b>Most goals</b> in a match: 5, Archie Thompson (for Melbourne \nVictory v Adelaide ... <b>Most</b> A-League <b>Premiership</b> wins: 4, Michael Theo; <b>Most</b> A-\nLeague&nbsp;...", "Chelsea Football Club <b>is</b> an English professional association football club based \nin Fulham, ... Frank Lampard <b>is</b> Chelsea&#39;s record goalscorer, scoring 211 <b>goals</b> in \ntotal. ... <b>Most Premier League</b>/First Division <b>goals</b> in total aggregate: 147, Frank \nLampard ... <b>Most</b> League <b>goals conceded</b> in one season: 100 in 42 matches, First\n&nbsp;...", "The 2018–19 <b>Premier League was</b> the 27th season of the <b>Premier League</b>, the \ntop English ... Liverpool finished runners-up with 97 points – the <b>highest</b> total in \nEnglish top-flight history for a second-placed team. ... The fastest <b>goal</b> in <b>Premier</b> \n<b>League</b> history <b>was</b> scored this season on 23 April by Shane Long in a 1–1 draw\n&nbsp;...", "This article lists the records of Newcastle United Football Club. Contents. 1 Club \nRecords ... <b>Most</b> League <b>goals</b> scored in a season — 98 in 42 matches, First \nDivision, 1951–52; Fewest League <b>goals</b> scored ... The following <b>have</b> won the \n<b>Premier League</b> Manager of the Season award while managing for Newcastle \nUnited :." ] } ] }
[ "Tottenham Hotspur" ]
"Premier League records and statistics"
"8651809831547260844"
"Where did the 60's scoop take place?"
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[ "Sixties Scoop" ]
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[ "Canada" ]
"Sixties Scoop"
"1533477128984345682"
"Who did alyssa trask play in isabelle dances into the spotlight?"
{ "type": [ "singleAnswer" ], "answer": [ [ "Emma", "Renata's friend" ] ], "qaPairs": [ { "question": [], "answer": [] } ] }
[ "An American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight" ]
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[ "Emma" ]
"An American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight"
"-5492391637682725131"
"Which us president appears as a character in the play annie?"
{ "type": [ "singleAnswer" ], "answer": [ [ "Franklin D Roosevelt" ] ], "qaPairs": [ { "question": [], "answer": [] } ] }
[ "Annie (musical)" ]
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[ "Franklin D. Roosevelt" ]
"Annie (musical)"

Dataset Card for AmbigQA: Answering Ambiguous Open-domain Questions

Dataset Summary

AmbigNQ, a dataset covering 14,042 questions from NQ-open, an existing open-domain QA benchmark. We find that over half of the questions in NQ-open are ambiguous. The types of ambiguity are diverse and sometimes subtle, many of which are only apparent after examining evidence provided by a very large text corpus. AMBIGNQ, a dataset with 14,042 annotations on NQ-OPEN questions containing diverse types of ambiguity. We provide two distributions of our new dataset AmbigNQ: a full version with all annotation metadata and a light version with only inputs and outputs.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

question-answering

Languages

English

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

An example from the data set looks as follows:

{'annotations': {'answer': [[]],
  'qaPairs': [{'answer': [['April 19, 1987'], ['December 17, 1989']],
    'question': ['When did the Simpsons first air on television as an animated short on the Tracey Ullman Show?',
     'When did the Simpsons first air as a half-hour prime time show?']}],
  'type': ['multipleQAs']},
 'id': '-4469503464110108318',
 'nq_answer': ['December 17 , 1989'],
 'nq_doc_title': 'The Simpsons',
 'question': 'When did the simpsons first air on television?',
 'used_queries': {'query': ['When did the simpsons first air on television?'],
  'results': [{'snippet': ['The <b>Simpsons</b> is an American animated <b>television</b> sitcom starring the animated \nSimpson family, ... Since its <b>debut</b> on December 17, 1989, the show <b>has</b> \nbroadcast 673 episodes and its 30th season started ... The <b>Simpsons first</b> season \n<b>was</b> the Fox network&#39;s <b>first TV</b> series to rank among a season&#39;s top 30 highest-\nrated shows.',
     'The <b>Simpsons</b> is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening for the \nFox ... Since its <b>debut</b> on December 17, 1989, 674 episodes of The <b>Simpsons</b> \nhave been broadcast. ... When producer James L. Brooks <b>was</b> working on the \n<b>television</b> variety show The Tracey Ullman Show, he decided to include small \nanimated&nbsp;...',
     '... in shorts from The Tracey Ullman Show as their <b>television debut</b> in 1987. The \n<b>Simpsons</b> shorts are a series of animated shorts that <b>aired</b> as a recurring \nsegment on Fox variety <b>television</b> series The Tracey ... The final short to <b>air was</b> &quot;\n<b>TV Simpsons</b>&quot;, originally airing on May 14, 1989. The <b>Simpsons</b> later debuted on\n&nbsp;...',
     'The <b>first</b> season of the American animated <b>television</b> series The <b>Simpsons</b> \noriginally <b>aired</b> on the Fox network between December 17, 1989, and May 13, \n1990, beginning with the Christmas special &quot;<b>Simpsons</b> Roasting on an Open Fire\n&quot;. The executive producers for the <b>first</b> production season <b>were</b> Matt Groening,&nbsp;...',
     'The <b>Simpsons</b> is an American animated <b>television</b> sitcom created by Matt \nGroening for the Fox ... Since its <b>debut</b> on December 17, 1989, The <b>Simpsons</b> \n<b>has</b> broadcast 674 episodes. The show holds several American <b>television</b> \nlongevity&nbsp;...',
     'The opening sequence of the American animated <b>television</b> series The <b>Simpsons</b> \nis among the most popular opening sequences in <b>television</b> and is accompanied \nby one of <b>television&#39;s</b> most recognizable theme songs. The <b>first</b> episode to use \nthis intro <b>was</b> the series&#39; second episode &quot;Bart the ... <b>was</b> the <b>first</b> episode of The \n<b>Simpsons</b> to <b>air</b> in 720p high-definition <b>television</b>,&nbsp;...',
     '&quot;<b>Simpsons</b> Roasting on an Open Fire&quot;, titled onscreen as &quot;The <b>Simpsons</b> \nChristmas Special&quot;, is the premiere episode of the American animated <b>TV</b> series \nThe <b>Simpsons</b>, ... The show <b>was</b> originally intended to <b>debut</b> earlier in 1989 with &quot;\nSome Enchanted Evening&quot;, but due to animation problems with that episode, the \nshow&nbsp;...',
     '&quot;Stark Raving Dad&quot; is the <b>first</b> episode of the third season of the American \nanimated <b>television</b> series The <b>Simpsons</b>. It <b>first aired</b> on the Fox network in the \nUnited States on September 19, 1991. ... The <b>Simpsons was</b> the second highest \nrated show on Fox the week it <b>aired</b>, behind Married... with Children. &quot;Stark \nRaving Dad,&quot;&nbsp;...',
     'The <b>Simpsons</b>&#39; twentieth season <b>aired</b> on Fox from September 28, 2008 to May \n17, 2009. With this season, the show tied Gunsmoke as the longest-running \nAmerican primetime <b>television</b> series in terms of total number ... It <b>was</b> the <b>first</b>-\never episode of the show to <b>air</b> in Europe before being seen in the United States.',
     'The animated <b>TV</b> show The <b>Simpsons</b> is an American English language \nanimated sitcom which ... The <b>Simpsons was</b> dubbed for the <b>first</b> time in Punjabi \nand <b>aired</b> on Geo <b>TV</b> in Pakistan. The name of the localised Punjabi version is \nTedi Sim&nbsp;...'],
    'title': ['History of The Simpsons',
     'The Simpsons',
     'The Simpsons shorts',
     'The Simpsons (season 1)',
     'List of The Simpsons episodes',
     'The Simpsons opening sequence',
     'Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire',
     'Stark Raving Dad',
     'The Simpsons (season 20)',
     'Non-English versions of The Simpsons']}]},
 'viewed_doc_titles': ['The Simpsons']}

Data Fields

Full

{'id': Value(dtype='string', id=None),
 'question': Value(dtype='string', id=None),
 'annotations': Sequence(feature={'type': Value(dtype='string', id=None), 'answer': Sequence(feature=Value(dtype='string', id=None), length=-1, id=None), 'qaPairs': Sequence(feature={'question': Value(dtype='string', id=None), 'answer': Sequence(feature=Value(dtype='string', id=None), length=-1, id=None)}, length=-1, id=None)}, length=-1, id=None),
 'viewed_doc_titles': Sequence(feature=Value(dtype='string', id=None), length=-1, id=None),
 'used_queries': Sequence(feature={'query': Value(dtype='string', id=None), 'results': Sequence(feature={'title': Value(dtype='string', id=None), 'snippet': Value(dtype='string', id=None)}, length=-1, id=None)}, length=-1, id=None),
 'nq_answer': Sequence(feature=Value(dtype='string', id=None), length=-1, id=None),
 'nq_doc_title': Value(dtype='string', id=None)}

In the original data format annotations have different keys depending on the type field = singleAnswer or multipleQAs. But this implementation uses an empty list [] for the unavailable keys

please refer to Dataset Contents(https://github.com/shmsw25/AmbigQA#dataset-contents) for more details.

for example in train_light_dataset:
    for i,t in enumerate(example['annotations']['type']):
        if t =='singleAnswer':
            # use the example['annotations']['answer'][i]
            # example['annotations']['qaPairs'][i] - > is []
            print(example['annotations']['answer'][i])
        else:
            # use the example['annotations']['qaPairs'][i]
            # example['annotations']['answer'][i] - > is []
            print(example['annotations']['qaPairs'][i])

please refer to Dataset Contents(https://github.com/shmsw25/AmbigQA#dataset-contents) for more details.

Light version only has id, question, annotations fields

Data Splits

  • train: 10036
  • validation: 2002

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

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Source Data

  • Wikipedia
  • NQ-open:
@article{ kwiatkowski2019natural,
  title={ Natural questions: a benchmark for question answering research},
  author={ Kwiatkowski, Tom and Palomaki, Jennimaria and Redfield, Olivia and Collins, Michael and Parikh, Ankur and Alberti, Chris and Epstein, Danielle and Polosukhin, Illia and Devlin, Jacob and Lee, Kenton and others },
  journal={ Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics },
  year={ 2019 }
}

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

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Who are the source language producers?

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Annotations

Annotation process

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Who are the annotators?

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Personal and Sensitive Information

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Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

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Discussion of Biases

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Other Known Limitations

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Additional Information

Dataset Curators

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Licensing Information

CC BY-SA 3.0

Citation Information

@inproceedings{ min2020ambigqa,
    title={ {A}mbig{QA}: Answering Ambiguous Open-domain Questions },
    author={ Min, Sewon and Michael, Julian and Hajishirzi, Hannaneh and Zettlemoyer, Luke },
    booktitle={ EMNLP },
    year={2020}
}

Contributions

Thanks to @cceyda for adding this dataset.

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