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- The word apogee refers to what sort of point: Lowest; Highest; Sharpest; or Dullest?
- What country has Baffin Bay to its west coast and Denmark Strait to its south-east?
- What recent wine-making country produces varieties from its Maharashtra region?
- Australian foreign minister Kevin Rudd complained that what homeland foodstuff was confiscated from his luggage on entering the USA in 2011?
- A backless usually female shoe or slipper is commonly called by what animal name?
- When bankers and brokers talk of M&A, what normally do they mean: Maximum and Average; Motivation and Authority; Mitigation and Arbitration; or Mergers and Acquisitions?
- What historical amenity do these places have in common: Harrogate and Matlock (UK), and Baden-Baden and Badenweiler (Germany)?
- Star trader Kweku Adoboli was at the centre of a 'rogue trader' crisis in what Swiss Bank in 2011? Bonus question: the bank's logo is three crossed what?
- What popular abbreviated two-word term refers to books particularly oriented towards young female romance?
- What pressure group, led by Kumi Naidoo, with three million members, celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2011?
- Greek god Dionysus is also known by what mythical Roman godly name, associated with revelry?
- In 2011 Australia launched passports offering a third-gender option for intersex people (whose anatomy fits neither male/female convention) indicated by what letter symbol?
- Kevlar, the high-strength fibre material, used in armour and sports equipment, is a product/brand of which international chemicals corporation?
- As at 2011, how big is the audience for the TV show China's Got Talent? 3 million; 17m; 250m; or 600m?
- What are these: Lyceum, Palladium, Prince of Wales, Duchess, and Old Vic?
- According to conventional chessboard layout, what two squares may the white queen's knight land on with its first move, before any pawns have moved: c3 and d2; a3 and c3; f3 and h3; or e7 and h6?
- What compound, KClO3, commonly features in the heads of safety matches?
- A significant German reaction to the 2011 Fukushima crisis was to phase out what by 2022: GM (Genetically Modified) rice; Sharkfin imports; Nuclear power; or Karaoke bars?
- Indian corporation Tata bought what famous UK-twin-branded motor company from Ford in 2008?
- What are the two major tributaries of the river Nile?
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