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- What character was named by George Lucas after his 'Radio' and 'Dialogue' film rolls used in making American Graffiti?
- Macular refers to which sensory organ?
- The medieval occupation and derived surname Scullion referred to a basic worker in a: Dockyard; Kitchen; Courthouse; or Hospital?
- The prefix 'meso' usually means: Middle; Outer; Greater; or False?
- Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536) is a revered: Atheist statesman; Christian humanist; Mathematician; or Vegetarian chef?
- 'Forage' refers to crops that are: Organic; Wild; Animal feed; or Pick-your-own?
- What controversial accusation is shared by the albums: Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy; Blind Faith's Blind Faith; and Nirvana's Nevermind?
- What term refers to a style of fatalistic or menacing cinema, coined first by French critics in describing US thrillers of the 1940s?
- The 1997 BS and 2005 EN No1836 safety standard applies to: Water pistols; Potatoes; Sunglasses; or Garden gnomes?
- Theology is the study of what?
- Posset is a late-medieval curdled drink of alchocol and which other liquid?
- Gurning is a (sometimes competitive) activity involving distortion of: Facts; Balloons; Spoons; or One's face?
- The traditional Queen of Puddings dessert typically comprises a bread/egg/jam base topped with what?
- A sepulchre is a (what?), usually made/carved from stone: Cross; Church; Tomb; or Dragon?
- Barack Obama's incongruous 2013 expression 'Jedi mind-meld' upset fans of which two major movie franchises?
- Hilary Mantel's controversial 2014 fictional story is "The Assassination of (Which controversial leader?)" ?
- What was the tallest type of construction in the world for over 3,800 years before Lincoln Cathedral's completion in 1311?
- What was the tallest construction in the world at 1900?
- Filibeg is a traditional Scottish word for: Kilt; Porridge; Haggis; or England?
- In the binary system of numbers the binary number 10 equates to which conventional number?