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trivia
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The Aeneid
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  • Thro’ Trivia’s grove they walk; and now behold, And enter now, the temple roof’d with gold.
  • The sacred lake of Trivia from afar, The Veline fountains, and sulphureous Nar, Shake at the baleful blast, the signal of the war.
  • For this, from Trivia’s temple and her wood Are coursers driv’n, who shed their master’s blood, Affrighted by the monsters of the flood.
  • But Trivia kept in secret shades alone Her care, Hippolytus, to fate unknown; And call’d him Virbius in th’ Egerian grove, Where then he liv’d obscure, but safe from Jove.

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  • The game show places a premium on remembering trivia.
  • She has a great memory for sports trivia.

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