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- Who is (at 2012) the only person to have won a Nobel Prize for physics and chemistry?
- Venerable means greatly: Respected; Religious; Cautious; or Desired?
- What colour/color is the Swiss cheese Gruyère: White; Orange; Yellow; or Green?
- What automotive manufacturer's badge logo has since 1925 featured a diamond, mostly as an 'impossible optical illusion' geometric 3D frame?
- Approximately what is the surface temperature of the Sun, in degrees centigrade: 550; 5,500; 55,000; or 5.5m?
- What name is given to the infraclass of mammals which carry their young in a pouch?
- What nationality (unchanged from birth) was the founding modernist and realism playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906)?
- Chinese corporation Huawei, controversially blacklisted in 2012 by the US Government Intelligence Committee, is (at 2012) the world's largest equipment manufacturer in which sector: Telecoms; Armaments; Medical; or Catering?
- Spell the sexually transmitted disease: Chlamydea; Chlomydia; Chlamidya; or Chlamydia?
- What medical word refers to an inflamed throat, from the Greek word for throat?
- Roughly how many thousand metres is the average cruising altitude of a commercial airliner: 7; 12; 18; or 20?
- In what US state was 'Custer's Last Stand'?
- The Scottish-American industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) pioneered and made his vast fortune in which industry in late 1800s USA?
- What is the English translation of the German news magazine title Der Spiegel?
- Surface, Fire and Nexus are brands/models of what modern (2010s) consumer product?
- The flamboyant Australian Darren Lyons controversially bought back his bankrupt agency business assets in 2012 to continue trading in what industry: Plastic surgery; Concert promotion; Celebrity representation; or Paparazzi pictures?
- Monrovia is a: London district; Hobbit kingdom; Landrover model; or African capital city?
- What puzzle, meaning 'single number' in Japanese, requires the completion of a grid so that each column, row and 3x3 box contain the numbers 1-9?
- What Caribbean nation is considered the first black-led republic in the world?
- The retail expression 'Dark Store' refers to a shop premises designed/converted for what purpose?
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