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- What item very commonly worn by people has a hoop, shoulder, mounting and bezel?
- Name the widely referenced Hindu god and eighth incarnation of Vishnu, from Sankrit meaning 'black'?
- Name the Spanish coastal region containing the city of Málaga, and towns including Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, and Marbella?
- What musical instrument generally having 17-23 strings derives its name from Persian meaning 'three strings'?
- Motorcycling competition which combines flat-track/speedway, roadracing and motocross/trials is commonly called what?
- From what country does the word 'chutney' derive?
- 'The Immortal Game' between a Frenchman and a German in 1851 at Simpsons in London's Strand was contested in what discipline?
- A cicatrix on the skin is more commonly called a what?
- Internet corporation Yahoo profited by $4.3bn in 2012 when it sold half its 40% stake in what vast Chinese web company?
- Until London's New College of the Humanities opened in 2012, in what county town, since 1983, was the UK's only private university?
- Swiss Peter Sauber established his eponymous brand in what sport in 1993?
- Sic Bo is a Chinese game of: Wrestling; Sword-fighting; Dice; or Cards?
- In India a kirana is a what?
- In old UK/US capacity measures how many pecks are in a bushel?
- The word sentient refers to what characteristic: Feeling/perceiving; Carefulness; Age/wisdom; Stupidity?
- For which art-form did Roman Vitruvius define the three principles of 'firmitas, utilitas, venustas' in the 1st century AD?
- What is the primary language spoken in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan?
- The insulting slang word 'pleb' - meaning 'common person' or 'commoner' - derives from technical historical references to the 'common people' of which ancient civilization?
- In Spain, El Gordo is a: Bullfighter; National lottery; TV Chef show; or King?
- The seven base units of the SI (International System of Units) measurement system, with the symbols: m, kg, s, A, K, cd, mol, measure what seven physical quantities?
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