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- What fruit is named from medieval Latin meaning seeded apple?
- Mathematically how easy is it to make a square of exactly the same area as any given circle: Very easy; A little difficult; Extremely difficult; Absolutely impossible?
- 'Mole' sauce originated in what modern nation's cuisine, originally of the Nahua people?
- 'Little Briar Rose' (German, 'Dornroschen') by the Brothers Grimm is an early version of which popular 1959 and 2014 films? (two answers required)
- Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain are five members of which national collective?
- The Italian term 'Intermezzo' refers to a piece of (What?) between two larger related creations: Wood; Food; Music; or Jewellery/Jewelry?
- The French trade 'plongeur' refers to a person whose job is: Plumbing; Deep-sea diving; Surgery; or Dish-washing?
- The main filling of a Scotch pie, (or shell pie) is traditionally: Cod; Eel; Mutton; or Brussels sprouts?
- The price of which metal commodity is traditionally considered an indicator of global economic buoyancy: Mercury; Copper; Gold; or Lead?
- Protein RBM3, theorized to counter/resist human dementia, normally assists animal brain recovery from: Overheating; Impact/injury; Strees; or Cooling/hibernation?
- Which creature is mythically said to sing before it dies, hence an expression for a grand final performance before retirement?
- What quality management/measurement term completes this sequence: Omicron, Pi, Rho...?
- What popular food takes its name from Italian for 'twine'?
- What's the surname of award-winning movie making brothers Joel and Ethan?
- German physicist Rudolf Mossbauer ('mossbower'), and the 'Mossbauer effect' named after him, are associated with the science of: Diet; Sound; Radioactivity; or Genetics?
- Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain... name the two which complete the membership of seven?
- What's vitally missing from this typical list of bread-making ingredients: Flour, Yeast, Salt, Sugar, Oil?
- Oxbridge General Hospital featured in what famous UK TV medical series, 1957-67, regarded as a seminal soap opera?
- In corporate finance, 'gearing' refers to an organization's ratio of: Staff to Customers; Managers to Operatives; Debt to Equity; or Cars to Trucks?
- What media technique was first used successfully in a live CBS TV transmission of the 1963 US Army vs Navy football game?