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- The word bucolic refers to pleasant/positive aspects of: Human mood; Religious authority/duty; Food digestion; or Countryside/life?
- Name the mythological Greek hero King of Salamis, son of Telamon and Periboea, and cleaning product?
- With blue, yellow, green and orange lines, which nation's busiest metro has stations including Rosemont, Snowdon, Saint-Michel, Monk, and McGill?
- Brownian motion is what sort of movement: Random; Infinitely straight; Ever-decreasing circles; or Spiraling?
- Which of these is not an 'Ivy League' university: Columbia, Cornell, Stanford, Dartmouth College, Harvard, Yale?
- The tunica intima, or intima, is the inner layer of what in the human body: Arteries/veins; Bones; Muscles; or Hair?
- Which, if any, of these words is/are spelled incorrectly: Seize; Caffeine; Receive; Deceit; Receipt?
- Abloy, dimple, skeleton, Zeiss, master, and DND are types of what?
- The Austrian metalworking company Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen founded in 1934 is nowadays better known as a manufacturer of what?
- When writing 'a millionth' in decimals (using numbers and a decimal point/dot), how many zeros are between the decimal point and the figure 1?
- What two letters do not appear in any symbols of the official list of chemical elements?
- What emergency service derives its name from Latin meaning 'walking'?
- Toothpaste, turtle, oxblood, oilie/oily, ade, and swirly are types of what?
- What single word does the French 'Clair de lune' mean in English?
- What colour/color traditionally is the Michelin Guide for hotels/restaurants?
- What is the least densely populated country or dependency in the world?
- As at July-August 2012 what site boasted the biggest McDonalds outlet in the world with 1500 seats?
- The term 'brogued' technically refers to a shoe with: Perforations; Leather soles; Layered uppers; or Between 8-12 lace-holes?
- Name the four basic types of human/animal bodily tissue?
- 'Normal' or Gaussian distribution in a graph is informally called a what shape (two word answer)?
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