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- Name Finnish writer Tove Jansson's Hippo-like children's character franchise, originally in Swedish books 1945-93, TV/film and the popular '(What?) World' theme park in Naantali, Finland?
- Pyongyang is North Korea's: National food; National sport; National guard; or Capital city?
- Planchets, flans and blanks are synonyms for pieces of metal used to make: Tooth-fillings; Coins; Bullets; or Cutlery?
- Quinoa, an ancient edible seed crop, saw major 21st century productivity and conflict between which two nations of its continent of origin: China and Japan; Canada and USA; Bolivia and Peru; or Turkey and Greece?
- The Coca Cola corporation launched 'Fairlife' in 2014, a 'premiumized' version of: Tea; Coffee; Milk; or Water?
- The term 'campesino' refers in the Spanish-speaking world to a: University student; Corrupt politician; Peasant farmer; or Hairdresser?
- The traditional English exclamation 'Strewth' is an 1800s abbreviated form of what older expression?
- At zero Celsius, which two technical characteristics apply to the elements calcium, magnesium, and strontium: Metal; Gas; Solid; and/or Liquid?
- The nomadic Tuareg people are the traditional inhabitants of: Saharan North Africa; Arctic Europe; The Antarctic; or China/Mongolia Gobi?
- Who announced in 2014 intention to sue the BBC for privacy breach, in broadcasting a police raid on his home?
- Valerie Trierweiler revealed in her 2014 book the politically damaging assertion that (Who?) routinely refers to (Whom?) as "Les sans dents"?
- The term 'grandee', a high-ranking person, referred originally to noblemen of: Iberia; USA; Arabia; or India?
- Althaea officinalis, an ancient African medicinal plant and sugar sweet ingredient, is commonly known as (What popular confection)?
- The old British 'threepenny bit', the Australian 50c (1969-2000s), and the 2017 redesigned British £1 coin each have how many sides (not including the two faces)?
- The winner of the World Scrabble Championship in 2014 received prize money of: £3,000; £30,000; £300,000; or £3million?
- Tessellation technically refers to which form of decoration: Tiling/mosaic; Wallpapering; Painting; or Artex/stucco?
- Under standard conditions, the lightest and least dense of all metallic elements is: Mercury; Lithium; Potassium; or Sodium?
- Lanugo, vellex and terminal refer to what on the human body at different life stages?
- What Italian originating pasta is most popularly consumed in 'elbow' variety in US/Canada?
- Ashram (Hindu), Yeshiva (Jewish), and Dojo (Japanese) are: Festivals; Learning/study places; Political assemblies; or Hair/beard styles?