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- Boris Godunov, The Cunning Little Vixen, Wozzeck, and The Ballad of Baby Doe are popular: Impressionist paintings; Operas; Rock Albums; or 1960s London Carnaby Street shops?
- In the musical story Brigadoon, the eponymous Scottish village appears one day every how many years: One; Ten; Hundred; or Thousand?
- The aviation group known as IAG (International Airlines Group) was formed by merger of which two corporations in 2011?
- The 1726 novel 'Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World, in Four Parts' is better known by what subsequently amended title?
- Formerly known as the Ellice Islands, in the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Australia, what nation owns the commercially available internet top-level domain .tv?
- The Trucial States became what Arab nation in 1971?
- What creature is a Chinese 'shishi', called a 'foo dog' in some western cultures?
- A stonemason commonly refers to unmetamorphosed limestone as what, whose name derives from Greek 'shining stone'?
- On humans what is the medical Latin name for the big toe?
- A harquebus/arquebus is an early form of: Transport; Hearing-aid; Gun; or Corset?
- With the symbol Sv what is the unit of ionizing radiation?
- What word makes new words as a prefix with the words piece, stroke, switch and mind?
- What entertainment originates from ancient Greek spiritualism, literally 'speaking from the stomach'?
- What does the W stand for in the official grading of motor engine oils, for example 5W, 10W, etc?
- Derived from the use of naval artillery what is the nautical term for the top edge of the side of a boat?
- What sort of sportsman/woman is a pugilist?
- Name the NASA Mars mission rover which landed on the planet in 2012?
- What metric prefix, denoting ten to the power of minus twelve, is named from Spanish meaning 'little bit'?
- Thought to have lived in the 6th century BC, name the first recognised actor, after whom the profession is termed?
- Coulomb is a unit of measurement of electrical: Charge; Resistance; Current; or Potential?
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