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- Pop star Wyclef Jean was a potential but unsuccessful 2010 presidential candidate in which country?
- Chennai, the capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, was known by what name until 1968?
- 2010 UK government figures showed that in 264,000 households no one had ever had what: A job; Measles; Sex; or Beetroot?
- What is the Secret Service code name for the helicopter pad at The Pentagon?
- Eighteen year-old Eri Yoshida, known as the Knuckleball Princess, in 2010 became the first Japanese woman to play in the US professional (generally all-male) league of which sport: Baseball; Basketball; Volleyball; or Table Tennis?
- Which jockey won the 1981 UK Grand National on Aldaniti?
- Yitzhak Rabin was the prime minister of which country between 1974 and 1977?
- Raines Law of 1896 related to the sale of what in New York State?
- What was the nickname of the Parliamentary supporters during the mid 17th century English Civil War?
- Icicles, helter-skelter, slicing and chipping are technical terms used in what field: Lacrosse; Dressmaking; Stained-glass; or Hairdressing?
- What standard test characteristic has been produced in genetically modified laboratory animals so that researchers can see easily that genetic modification has occurred: Spots; Stripes; Pink eyes; Glow in the dark?
- Which English novelist is best known for his Father Brown detective series?
- On which part of the body would a tarboosh be worn?
- What was the name of the Argentine Navy cruiser which was torpedoed and sunk during the 1982 Falklands War?
- In which year did Morocco gain its independence from France?
- The English town name suffix 'wich' (as in Nantwich and Northwich) derives from the mining of what mineral?
- Which Spanish artist's original name was Domenikos Theotokopolous?
- What colour are Marge Simpson's eyes (this was revealed in one episode)?
- What is the title of the fourth Dirty Harry film, starring Clint Eastwood?
- Castor (or castoreum) is an oily substance secreted by which animal, and historically used in medicine and perfume?
- Which US president greeted astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin when they got back from the moon?
- Lake Balaton is in which European country?
- Bruxism is the medical term for the involuntary habitual grinding of what?
- When Marilyn Monroe sang 'Happy Birthday' to US president John Kennedy what age was he celebrating: Forty; Forty-two; Forty-five; or Forty-seven?
- A broken laser pointer was said to be the first item to be sold where?
- Sapphire is the birthstone relating to which month of the year?
- UCAS, the organization which manages student applications for virtually all UK degree courses, is fully known as what?
- During which battle of 1876 did the Sioux Indians massacre George Custer's Seventh Cavalry Regiment?
- The Folketing is the parliament of which European country?
- In 2010 British ex-soldier Ed Stafford became the first person (ever known) to walk the entire length of what river: Yangtze; Nile; Amazon; or Mississippi?
- The eldest son of Queen Victoria became which king?
- What is a Smythson Daphne: Handbag; Vintage car; Cocktail; or Wrestling hold?
- Which common material was first invented by Marc Chavannes and Alfred Fielding in 1957 initially as textured wallpaper?
- Who was the first British woman to win two Gold Medals at the same Olympic Games?
- Welsh singer Michael Barratt is better known by which name?
- What is half a sphere called?
- Which British comedienne's autobiography is entitled 'Look Back In Hunger'?
- What is the term for the former official government policy of racial segregation in South Africa?
- In ancient Greek legend, soldier Pheidippedes collapsed and died after racing 25 miles to Athens to give news of which battle?
- Named after a west Texas city and metropolitan area, by writer Jerry B Harvey, a group decision that no individual in the group wants is described as the 'what?' Paradox?
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