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N0 Question 1 Birds – What group of largely aquatic birds can be known collectively as a colony, a crèche, a huddle, a parcel or a rookery?

Answer Penguins

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Cities – Which religious city will you need to be in to visit The Wailing Wall?

Jerusalem

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90’s Films – Which space based film of 1995 starred Tom Hanks as Commander Jim Lovell?

Apollo 13

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Football – Who is the leading goal scorer in the history of the FA Premier League, which began in 1992 - Alan Shearer, Andy Cole or Teddy Sheringham?

Alan Shearer

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Children’s Television – In terms of children’s TV of the early 1970’s, who, collectively, were; Fleagle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky?

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Film Stars – Who is the British actor who has portrayed Batman on the big screen in 2005 in “Batman Begins” in 2008 in “The Dark Knight” and in 2012 in “The Dark Knight Rises”?

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Leaders – How old was Napoleon Bonaparte at his death? Was he 41, 51 or 61?

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Dances – The second largest city in South Carolina shares its name with a song and dance that was written in its honour, is the city called Foxtrot, Charleston or Tango?

Charleston

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Sitcoms – Which TV comedy was based at Wernham Hogg paper suppliers in Slough?

The Office

The Banana Splits Christian Bale 51 (1769 - 1821)

10 Olympic Gold Medallists – How many Olympic Gold Medals did then rower and now ultra endurance athlete James Cracknell win in his career – was it two, three or four?

Two (2000 & 2004)

11 Literature – The Brother's Grimm are known the world over for their children's stories, but what nationality were they - German, Swiss or Danish?

German

12 Europe – What “A” is the name of the small, mountainous semi independent, neutral state on the southern slopes of the central Pyrenees?

Andorra

13 Nature – What name is given to a camel with a single hump, is it a Bactrian or Dromedary? 14 Authors – Who wrote the 1996 novel “Bridget Jones’s Diary”? 15 Cricket – As at May 2014, who is the only cricketer in history to have scored over 15,000 Test Match runs? 16 Names – Which name is missing from the following list; Cheryl, Nadine, Sarah, Nicola and…………..?

Dromedary (AKA Arabian) Helen Fielding Sachin Tendulkar Kimberley (The original members of Girls Aloud)

17 MP’s – Which politician is the current Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam?

Nick Clegg

18 World War II – Operation Market Garden was a failed Allied airborne invasion in World War Two, but in what country did it take place, was it Russia, Holland or Italy?

Holland (Arnhem)

19 Actors – “Boardwalk Empire” is a critically acclaimed gangster based series that first aired in early 2011, but which actor plays the lead role of Nucky Thompson?

Steve Buscemi

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20 Lyrics Question – Can you name this hit song of 1995 from its opening verse? Today is gonna be the day, that they're gonna throw it back to you, By now you should've somehow, realised what you gotta do, (point each for the song and group)

Wonderwall by Oasis

21 Cycling – How many times did disgraced cycling legend Lance Armstrong win the Tour de France, before all the victories were taken away from him - was it six, seven or eight?

Seven times

22 Ground Breakers – Helen Sharman was the first Briton to do what, was it climb Mount Everest, travel into space or ride in the Grand National?

Travel into space

23 Titles – On her marriage to Prince William, Kate Middleton became Duchess of where?

Cambridge

24 Financial Firsts – What did Barclays Bank first introduce in Britain in June 1967, was it cash point machines, cheque books or the credit card?

Cash point machines

25 Cartoons – Which well known cartoon series is set in the city of “Bikini Bottom”? 26 Leading Men – In which true story film of 2013, did Leonardo Di Caprio play the leading role of stockbroker Jordan Belfort?

SpongeBob Squarepants The Wolf of Wall Street

27 The 1960’s – Most people know that John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in 1963, but in which American city was his younger brother Bobby assassinated in 1968, was it Los Angeles, New York or San Francisco?

Los Angeles

28 Writers – Which “J.M.” wrote the famous poem "Paradise Lost"?

John Milton

29 Trivia – Potatoes are native to which of the Earth’s continents?

South America

30 Advertising – Which car manufacturer used the slogan “The ultimate driving machine” to advertise its cars from 1974 until 2005?

BMW

31 Rivers – On which river does the Irish city of Cork stand, is it the River Shannon, the River Liffey or the River Lee?

The River Lee

32 Headlines – The sinking of the Titanic remains arguably the biggest headline of the 20th Century, but in what year did it sink, was it 1908, 1912 or 1916?

1912

33 Football – Which British football team won the European Cup (now Champions League) in Nottingham Forest 1979 and 1980? 34 Africa – Which west African country, which lies on the Gulf of Guinea, is Africa’s most highly populated country, with a population of nearly 159 million?

Nigeria

35 Family Films – Bruce, Marlin, Dory, & Gill were all characters in which hit film of 2003?

Finding Nemo

36 Taxes – “La Gabelle” was a French tax levied on which commodity, which is freely available to people today, was it water, salt or soap? 37 The Body – The pericardium is a membranous sac that encloses which organ of the body?

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Salt The Heart

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38 Music – Can you name the English group whose only UK number one hit single to date was “America” in 2006? 39 What Year Question – Can you name the year of the 1990’s that all the following events took place? Roberto Di Matteo scored the fastest ever goal in FA cup final as Chelsea beat Middlesbrough, Lone yachtsman Tony Bullimore was rescued from his stricken yacht after five days lost and adrift in the freezing Southern Ocean, and

Razorlight

1997

The BBC’s pre-school TV series “The Teletubbies” aired for the first time. 40 Multiple Question On American States – What are five states in the USA with the highest California, Texas, populations, as at the most recent census in 2010? (Point for each) New York, Florida and Illinois THIS WEEK’S MAXIMUM SCORE IS 45 TIEBREAKER QUESTIONS

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Tiebreaker – From the year 1000AD, how many Popes have sat in office? Tiebreaker – Not including the films, how many episodes of the classic comedy “Dad’s Army” were broadcast?

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Musicals – Which actor played the role of Billy Flynn in the hit 2002 film “Chicago”?

Richard Gere

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Landmarks – The Potala Palace is a famous landmark located in which autonomous region?

Tibet

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The Romans – What was the name given to the basic military unit of Ancient Rome, which consisted of at typically 6,000 men?

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Structures – What name was given to a mobile bridge first used in 1942, and built up of prefabricated girders?

A Legion Bailey Bridge

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People – What C" is the name that describes the French-speaking inhabitants of Louisiana?

Cajuns

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Rugby Players – What is the name of the French club that Johnny Wilkinson joined in 2009?

Toulon

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Skins – Most people have heard of chamois (shammy) leather, but what type of creature is a chamois from whose skin the leather comes?

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An Antelope

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Geography – What “A” Is The Small Principality In The Pyrenees, Which Sits Between Spain And France? Classic Hollywood - Kirk Douglas' Classic Performance In The 1956 Film "Lust For Life", Chronicled The Troubled Life Of Which Famous European Artist?

Answer Twelve Andorra Vincent Van Gogh

Horse Racing – Brian Fletcher And Tommy Stack Were Jockeys That Rode Which Horse To Grand National Successes In The 1970’s?

Red Rum

Music – Which Boyband Has Had 14 UK Number Ones, The First Being “Swear It Again” In 1999, And Their Last Being “The Rose” In 2006?

Westlife

Footballers – Current Celtic Manager Neil Lennon Played For Leicester City & Celtic During His Career, But Which Country Did He Represent? 20th Century History – Anwar “Who?” Succeeded Gamal Abdel Nasser As President Of Egypt In 1970?

Northern Ireland Anwar Sadat

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The 1990’s – On 16th November 1995, A 95 Year Old Woman Who Lived In Both London And Scotland, Became The World’s Oldest Woman To Have A Hip Replacement Operation – Can You Name Her?

The Queen Mother (Elizabeth)

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80’s Tv - Can You Name The Character, Who In The 1980's Action Series "The A Team", Was Played By Mr T?

B.A. Baracus

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Presenters – Who Was The First Primetime Presenter Of Sky TV’s Quiz Show “Are You Smarter Than A Ten Year Old”?

Noel Edmonds

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Literature - In Which Shakespeare Play Does The Character "Oberon" Appear?

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Geography - Can You Name The Capital City Of Brazil?

A Midsummer Night's Dream Brasilia

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Science & Nature - What In The Human Body Is A Clavicle?

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Carry On Films - What Was The Name Of The Very First Carry On Film In 1958, Was It Carry On Nurse, Carry On Sergeant Or Carry On Doctor?

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Baseball – Which Player Does The Chief Umpire Stand Behind In A Baseball Match?

Directly Behind The Catcher

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General Knowledge - Which Former Conservative Prime Minister Had Yachts Named Morning Cloud 1, 2 And 3?

Edward Heath

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Creatures – How Many Legs And Pincers Does A Crab Usually Have?

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History - William F. Cody Was An American Frontier Settler And Soldier, Who Died In 1917. By What Name Was He Better Known?

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Tv Soaps – In Which Nautical British Soap Opera / Drama Series Of The 1980’s Would You Have See Characters By The Names Of Jack Rolfe, Ken Masters, Polly Urquhart And Charles Frere? JQ/QUIZ/1684

A Collar Bone Carry On Sergeant

10 Buffalo Bill Howard’s Way

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Song Lyrics - Which Number One Song Of The 1990's Began With The Following Lyrics: (Everything I Do) I Do It For You "Look Into My Eyes, You Will See What You Mean To Me, Such A Heart, Such A Soul

By Brian Adams

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Golf - Can You Name One Of The World's Leading Golfers Whose Christian Names Are Theodore Ernest? Geography - The Famous Easter Island In The Pacific Ocean Belongs To Which Country, Is It Australia, Brazil Or Chile? Plants And Flowers - What “P” Is The Latin Term For A Plant That Lives For More Than Two Years, And Also Flowers Every Year?

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Cartoons - Cartoonist Jim Davis Is Responsible For Which Famous Cat?

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Cinema - Morgan Freeman Was Nominated For An Oscar As Best Actor In 1989 For His Role As A Loyal Chauffer To Actress Jessica Tandy In Which Film?

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London – What “S” Is The Name Of London's Most Famous Meat And Poultry Market? History - What Was The Name Of The Emperor Of Ethiopia From 1930 To 1936, Then Again From 1941 To 1974?

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The Clue Is In The Question – What Was The Name Of The Very Small Town In Italy Where Leonardo Da Vinci Born?

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Food & Drink - Baked Alaska Has A Meringue Cover On The Outside, But What Is Found Inside?

Ernie Els Chile A Perennial Garfield Driving Miss Daisy Smithfield Haile Selassie Vinci

Ice Cream

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Tv Entertainment - Robert Robertson, Bob Holness & Fiona Bruce Have All Been The Regular Hosts Of Which BBC TV Show?

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Geography - What Is The Main Crop Of The Napa Valley In California?

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General Knowledge – The Belief That 'Pleasure Is The Highest Good' Is Known As What, Which Begins With The Letter “H”?

Hedonism

Motor Racing - Can You Name The Formula One Motor Racing Team That Has It's Own Private Test Track Called "Fiorano"?

Ferrari

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Chemistry - What “C” Is The Word Used To Describe The Opposite Of Evaporation? Tv Comedy - Which Comedy Character, When First Brought To The Screens Was Reviewed By The Radio Times As "The Scummiest Toe-Rag In The Great Basket Of Human History”? Party Leaders Of The 90’s – Who Was The Political Party Leader Of The Conservatives Between 1997 & 2001? History – In Which Century Did The Bubonic Plague, Known As The Black Death, Ravage Europe Killing Approximately 75 Million People, Was It The 12th Century, The 14th Century Or The 16th Century? JQ/QUIZ/1684

Call My Bluff Grapes (Wine Producing)

Condensation

Edmund Blackadder William Hague 14th Century

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Pop Music - Which Irish Pop/Rock Singer’s Real Name Is Paul Hewson?

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What Year Question – Can You Name The Year In The 1960’s That The Following Events Took Place?

Bono (From U2)

Golda Meir Was Sworn In As The First Female Prime Minister Of Israel, Beatle Paul McCartney Married Linda Eastman, And

1969

James Earl Ray Was Sentenced To 99 Yrs Imprisonment For The Murder Of Martin Luther King. 40

Multiple Question On British Politics – Can You Name The Four Prime Ministers Of The UK To Have Held Office During The 1950s? (Point For Each)

Clement Attlee (1945-51), Winston Churchill (1951-55), Anthony Eden (1955-57) And Harold Macmillan (1957-63)

This Week’s Maximum Score Is 46 Tiebreakers 1 2

Tiebreaker - The Tallest Cathedral In Britain Is Salisbury. How Many Feet High Is It?

404

Tiebreaker - During July 2000, An Auction Was Made Of The Spitting Image Puppets Used In The Very Successful Series. Margaret Thatcher Was The Top In Terms Of Value, How Much Did She Sell For?

£10,200

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Pop Music - Can You Name The Group That Had Top 20 Hits In Britain In 1974 With "Remember", "Shang A-Lang", And "Summerlove Sensation"?

The Bay City Rollers

Geography - Brunei Shares The Island Of Borneo With Malaysia And Which Other Country?

Indonesia

Cinema – Which “F” Was A 1982 Film Starring Clint Eastwood In The Role Of A Vietnam Veteran Sent To Steal A Top Secret Soviet Plane?

Firefox

Tennis - Which European Country Won Their First Ever Davis Cup In 1988 Largely Due To A Young Man Who Won The Wimbledon Men’s Singles In 1985 And 1986?

(West) Germany (The Player Was Boris Becker)

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Trivia - In Days Of Old, Sailors Believed That The Sighting Of A Mermaid Was An Indication Of What, Was It Land, Good Weather Or Impending Danger?

Impending Danger / Disaster

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British History - Which King Richard Was Defeated At The Battle Of Bosworth In 1485?

Richard The Third

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The Bible – The Giant Goliath Was A Warrior Of Which Group Of People?

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The Philistines

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Answer A Balalaika

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States – Can You Name The Largest State In Australia?

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Tv Comedy - At The End Of Every Episode Of “Dad's Army”, What Was The Phrase That Came Up On Screen, Immediately Prior To Detailing The Cast?

You Have Been Watching

Cricket - On His First Tour Of England In 1976, Which West Indian Batsman Compiled Scores Of 232 At Trent Bridge, 135 At Old Trafford And 291 At The Oval, Was It Clive Lloyd, Gordon Greenidge Or Viv Richards?

Viv Richards

Pop Music - Chris Difford And Glenn Tilbrook Were The Singer / Songwriters For Which Successful London Pop Group Of The 70’s, 80’s And 90’s?

Squeeze

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Western Australia

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The Royals – At Which University Did Prince William Achieve His Second Class Honours Degree In Geography?

St Andrew’s University In Scotland

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History – From 660BC, During The Roman Empire, Up To 1930, What Two Names Was The City Of Istanbul In Turkey Known By? (Point For Each)

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20th Century History – Albert Speer Was A Right Hand Man And Architect To Which Tyrant Of The 20th Century?

Byzantium (660BC – AD323) Constantinople (AD324 – 1930)

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Cinema - Michael Douglas Received An Oscar For Best Actor In 1987 For His Performance In Which Film, Was It Wall Street, Basic Instinct Or Fatal Attraction? Soccer - Which Player Was The Subject Of British Football's First Domestic One Million-Pound Transfer When He Was Sold By Birmingham To Nottingham Forest In The 1970’s? Literature - In The Book “The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe”, What Was The Name Of The Lion? Islands - Hugh Town Is The Capital Of Which Group Of Islands, Is It The Hebrides, The Scilly Isles Or The Channel Islands?

Adolf Hitler Wall Street

Trevor Francis

Aslan The Scilly Isles

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Science & Nature - What Is The Main Food Of The Aardvark?

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Sc-Fi Tv - In BBC Tv’s “Dr Who” What Does “Tardis” Stand For?

15

The Olympics - In What Event Did Denise Lewis Win A Gold Medal For Britain In The 2000 Olympics, In Sydney?

The Heptathlon

Bridges – In Terms Of Architectural Design, What Type Of Bridge Is The Forth Railway Bridge?

Cantilever

Weddings – In March 2001, Uri Geller Was Married In Berkshire, But Can You Name The Megastar That Acted As Uri’s Best Man That Day?

Michael Jackson

History - The Suez Crisis In 1956 Led To The Resignation Of Which U.K. Prime Minister, Was It Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden Or Harold McMillan?

Anthony Eden

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Actors – Actor Roger Lloyd Pack, Played The Role Of Colin Ball, In Which Television Comedy Series? JQ/QUIZ/1683

Termites Time And Relative Dimensions In Space

Only Fool’s And Horses (It Was “Trigger’s” Seldom Used Real Name)

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Lyrics Question – Can You Recognise This Hit Song Of 1987, From It’s Opening Verse "Clock Strikes Upon The Hour, And The Sun Begins To Fade, Still Trying To Figure Out, How To Chase My Blues Away"? (Point For Song And Group) Winter Sport – The Famous Bobsleighing Ice Chute, “The Cresta Run”, Is Found At St. Moritz, But In Which Country?

By Whitney Houston Switzerland

Rivers - The Longest River In South Africa Is Named After A Colour, Which Is Strongly Linked To That Country, But What Is The Name Of This River?

The Orange River

Nature - Hen, Marsh And Montagu's Are All Types Of Which Species Of Bird Of Prey, All Found In Britain?

They Are All Harriers

General Knowledge - Everyone Has Heard Of The Plain Clothes Police Known As The C.I.D. What Does “C.I.D.” Stand For? Actors – “The Hunter” Was The Last Film Made By Which Legendary Actor Before His Untimely Death, Was It James Dean, John Wayne, Or Steve McQueen?

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Elections – Can You Name The Controversial MP Defeated In The 1997 General Election By Former BBC Reporter Martin Bell?

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20th Century History - The USA Invaded Panama In 1989 To Remove From Power That County's Dictator, What Was His Name?

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Art - Who Painted The Picture "The Bathers", Was It Van Gogh, Renoir Or Rembrandt?

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Food & Drink - Which Vegetable Has Often Been Referred To As The "Aristocrat" Of The Cabbage Family?

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I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Criminal Investigation Department Steve McQueen Neil Hamilton

General Manuel Noriega Renoir

The Cauliflower

Musicals - Which 1958 Musical Featured The Song “There Is Nothing Like A Dame”?

South Pacific

Geography - Which American State Is Nicknamed “The Lone Star State”, Is It Texas, Arizona Or Wyoming?

Texas

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Languages - What European Language Is The National Language Of Surinam?

Dutch

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Races – Putney And Mortlake Are The Starting And Finishing Points For Which Well-Known Race?

The University Boat Race

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Illnesses – “Pertussis” Is A Bacterial Disease Caused By Infection Of The Air Passages, And Is Often Found In Young Children. What Is It More Commonly Known As?

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Girlie Tv - What Is The Name Of The Street That Is Home To Most Of The Lead Characters In The TV Series “Desperate Housewives”?

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Names – Alicia Augello Cook Was Born In New York In 1981, But By What Name Is She More Famously Known? JQ/QUIZ/1683

Whooping Cough Wisteria Lane Alicia Keys

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2nd World War – Which “H.G.” Was The German Leader Of The Luftwaffe During The Second World War?

Herman Goering

Music - "Gimme All Your Lovin" In 1984, Was The First UK Top 10 Hit For Which American Rock Group?

ZZ Top

What Year Question – Can You Name The Year Of The 1990’s That The Following Events Took Place? Singer Cliff Richard Was Knighted, London Finance House Barings Collapsed After Nick Leeson Ran Up Huge Losses In Singapore, And

1995

Eric Cantona Infamously Attacked A Fan In The Crowd At Crystal Palace? 40

Multiple Question On The Pop Music – Can You Provide The Christian Names Kian, Shane, Bryan, Nicky, Of The Five Boys That Originally Made Up The Group "Westlife"? And Mark (Point For Each) This Week’s Maximum Score Is 46 Tiebreakers

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Tiebreaker - The First Test Match In Jamaica Between The West Indies And England In 1998, Was Abandoned Due To The Dangerous State Of The Pitch. How Many Balls Were Bowled In The Match Before Its Abandonment? Tiebreaker - Texas Declared Independence From Mexico In What Year?

62 (The Match Lasted Only 56 Minutes) 1836

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Art – At Which London Landmark Will You See Four Bronze Lions Created By Sculptor Sir Edwin Henry Landseer?

Trafalgar Square

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Saints - What Is Saint Cecilia The Patron Saint Of, Is It Art, Acting Or Music?

Music

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Geography - On Which Greek Holiday Island Will You Find The Resorts Of Kassiopi, Gouvia, Paleocastritsa And Dassia?

Corfu

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Food - In France It Is Known As Sabayon, What Is The Italian Term For It?

Zabaglione

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Germany – What City Is The Capital Of The Bavarian Region Of Germany?

Munich

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Astronomy - What Is The Latin Name For The “Southern Lights”?

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Quotes - Which Legendary Veteran Irish Hell Raising Actor Was Quoted As Saying In February 1998 "The Only Exercise I Take Is Walking Behind The Coffins Of Friends Who Took Exercise"?

JQ/QUIZ/1683

The Aurora Australis Peter O'Toole

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Lisa Marie Presley

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Mark Cavendish

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Donald Rumsfeld (US defence Secretary)

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Nelly Furtado

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