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- Anthropomorphism refers to giving or attributing what qualities to something?
- Spell the country name: Azherbaijhan; Ajerbaizan Aszerbaijhan; or Azerbaijan?
- The Matatu is the most popular form of what in Nairobi, Kenya: Dance; Drink; Sheep; or Public transport?
- What is the food-shaped nickname of the London 2012 Olympics velodrome stadium?
- What was the previous name of UK-founded communications technology company O2?
- Caputo '00' flour, fior di latte, and San Marzano plum tomatoes are typical authentic ingredients of what traditional food: Welsh rarebit/rabbit; Beef Wellington; Pizza; or Guacamole?
- Bacteria, fungi, and algae are among a broad classification of life called: Animals; Plants; Microorganisms; or Rhizaria?
- What international jewellery/jewelry corporation is headquartered at 727 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, US?
- Which (more than one) of these metals is strongly attracted to magnets: Iron; Brass; Copper; Aluminium/aluminum; Lead; Nickel?
- Online auction of a vial of which deceased US president's blood, lost from a lab after a 1981 assassination attempt, was cancelled after family protest in 2012?
- Which film originated the obsession/jealousy term 'bunny boiler'?
- Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was the ruthless dictator of which African nation for 23 years, before its 2011 uprising?
- What corporation had the catchphrase "Ding-dong (what company) calling.." from its 1950s-60s TV adverts?
- With what offence was Rebekah Brooks, former editor of The Sun and News of the World newspapers, charged in spring 2012?
- Who was the last English monarch of the Tudor dynasty?
- In chemistry, a 'homogeneous mixture composed of only one phase' (basically a mixed yet uniform substance) is called a: Sulphate; Solution; Solvent; or Surfactant?
- What country first legislated for plain packaging of tobacco products: UK; USA; Australia; or France?
- What economically challenged country's King (Juan Carlos) attracted criticism at home for his 2012 African elephant-hunting Safari holiday?
- In a circuit diagram what usually is a capital letter M in a circle?
- Name the the six founding states of the European Union?
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