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- Vogue magazine's front cover featured for the first time a model wearing what in November 1988: Jeans, Tattoos; Spectacles; or Nothing?
- A birthstone of March, the mineral heliotrope is commonly called what, due to its red inclusions?
- Turgescence or tumefaction, affecting parts of the human body, is more commonly called what?
- Whose brands are: Picassa, Panoramio, Trends, and Scholar?
- What word for a surprise attack originally referred to hiding in the woods?
- The 'radical symbol' in mathematics denotes what?
- ALMA, in Chile, cost $1.4bn, 10 years to build, became the largest operating what in 2013?
- Afghanistan's controversial Parwan Detention Facility is better known in the 'western world' by what name?
- What religion takes its name from the Greek for 'universal', from the root words meaning 'in respect of [the] whole'?
- In Manhattan, NYC, what is famously the oldest public hospital in the US?
- Warning symbols for radioactivity and biological hazards employ a three-part icon called a what, originally referring to a three-leaved plant?
- Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio made the news in 2013 as a: Bullfighter; Bank-robber; Footballer; or Pope?
- The word 'haram' refers to both a sanctuary and a forbidden act in which religion: Islam, Buddhism; Hinduism; or Judaism?
- Made by Paramount Group of South Africa what are Marauder, Mbombe, Matador and Maverick: Sci-fi movies; Military vehicles; Lager beers; or Communications satellites?
- Which travel guide publisher was acquired by the BBC's commercial division BBC Worldwide Ltd for £130m in 2007, and sold for £51m in 2013?
- What term is given in the science of perception (used for example in road safety distance gauging) for the expansion of size of an image/object indicating speed and movement towards the observer?
- Phlebitis refers to inflammation of what part of the human body?
- Where is the coastal village of Pugwash, famous for thought leadership and peace conferences: Canada; Ireland; Scotland; or Denmark?
- To what English business abbreviation does the German 'mittlestand' equate: LTD; PLC; CO-OP; or SME?
- What volatile metallic element forms the nitrate compound Sr(NO3)2 commonly used in red fireworks?
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