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- Trumpets and trombones are most commonly pitched at: C; G; F# (F sharp); or Bb (B flat)?
- A semi-circular protractor used in basic geometry has a scale of how many degrees?
- A manse is a traditional name for a house of what professional person: Teacher; Doctor; Undertaker; or Church minister?
- Which automotive corporation uses the marketing strapline 'The Power of Dreams'?
- Named after its inventor and significant electricity pioneer, a protective meshed enclosure giving electrical protection is called a 'what' cage?
- Which national leader took court action in 2012 against a highly publicized artwork depicting him with exposed genitals? - bonus point - Leader of which nation?
- Spell the drug/plant: Cannabis; Canabis; Cannibis; Canibis?
- Name the UK Culture Secretary accused in 2012 of bias and rule-bending in approving News Corp's 2011 takeover of BSkyB?
- The famous Mesquita Mosque, within a Roman Catholic Cathedral, is in which country?
- Name the English artist/sculptor famous for large public bronze works including 'Two Large Forms' and many reclining figures and mother and child abstracts?
- A major 2012 trade agreement for the Meera Brewery company marked the thawing of commercial relations between which two adversarial nations, partitioned in 1947?
- In what sport did Swede Oscar Swahn become the oldest gold medallist at 64 years (1912), and the oldest medallist, at 72 (silver, 1920)?
- Which late-1900s significant UK multinational corporation was known as 'The Royal Ratcatcher'?
- Pop star Lady Gaga enraged many people of which nation when tweeting on arrival in May 2012 that she planned to buy a fake Rolex in its capital city's market? - bonus point - What is the country's internet top level domain suffix?
- What is the common medical name for the increasingly popular recreational drug referred to as a 'horse tranquillizer'?
- In which country did the mayor of Taranto, Ippazio Stefano, cause a fuss in 2012 after attending rallies with a pistol tucked in his trousers?
- In chemistry a solution is a: Liquid only; Gas or Liquid only; Solid or Liquid only; or Any of these (i.e., Liquid, Gas, or Solid)?
- Hegemony means: Leadership; Insurance; Deceit; or Danger?
- What vast (originally Spanish state monopoly) corporation owns the O2 and Movistar communications brands?
- The IPO (Initial Public Offering, or first share issue) of Facebook valued the company at how many million dollars: 14; 104; 1,040; or 104,000?
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