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- Granulated sugar is processed into 'icing' sugar basically by: Baking it; Grinding it finer; Adding more sugar; or Adding salt?
- Roald Dahl's children's novel Esio Trot features which creature?
- What famous Australian product did Cyril Callister devise in Melbourne, in 1922, partly in response to war-related shortages of the British version?
- Spell the Russian writer and Soviet dissident, Aleksandr: Soljornitson; Soldiernitsan; Solziarnitsen; or Solzhenitsyn?
- From the Latin meaning of clip/cut, what hairstyle symbolizes religious devotion?
- Lebkuchen is a German: Soup; Gingerbread; Sausage; or Cabbage?
- A cogwheel icon typically represents what on many websites/apps: Settings; Wi-fi; Print; or Save?
- Leo Tolstoy's book War and Peace concerns the 1812 invasion of Russia by: France; Germany; China; or USA?
- What is the general term for the form of physics concerned with sub-atomic particles, atoms, molecules, and their radiation?
- Which whole number is the cube root of 2197?
- Which Japanese corporation produced the first compact electronic calculator, released in 1957?
- Which fictional small people, in a famous 1939 film and prior LF Baum book series, became in 2007 the largest group represented by a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
- Ethanol (drinking alcohol) is a byproduct of the metabolic process of which two naturally occurring substances?
- The butternut squash/pumpkin grows directly on a: Vine; Bush; Root; or Tree?
- The medieval profession called a 'bard' equates nowadays to a what?
- Name Captain Flint's quartermaster in the novel Treasure Island?
- In Italy/Italian a 'Cicisbeo' is a married woman's: Husband; First-born; Lapdog; or Male lover/companion?
- An unconventionally creative idea is called: Bottom-up; Top-down; Left-field; or Right-angle?
- In which country is the Bay of Pigs?
- "I used to work at a perfume factory but was (what pun meaning 'dismissed')"?