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- Noted for eating virtually anything, a marabou is a large African: Pig; Crocodile; Stork; or Monkey?
- Sterling silver is traditionally hallmarked with a: Rose; Crown; Lion; or Cloverleaf?
- On what instrument are abbreviations including ESE, SSE, ENE, NNE, WSW, SSW, and WNW?
- What is the climbing herb Humulus Lupus, used in beer-making?
- What metabolism-regulating hormone is secreted by the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas: Insulin; Oxytocin; Cortisol; or Progesterone?
- What six-a-side sport was first played in Kingston Harbour, Ontario in 1860?
- What phenol derivative is found in bark and leaves and helps give the astringent taste to tea and red wine?
- The Renaissance (French for rebirth) movement began in the 1500s, in: Germany; Italy; France: or Sweden?
- Illacme (illacme) plenipes has the most legs of all millipede species, numbering: 6; 20; 48; or 750?
- What do the initials JP stand for referring to a court magistrate's title?
- Rudolfensis, Habilis, Erectus, and Heidelbergensis are early genetic relatives of: Bears; Dogs; Deer; or Humans?
- The Indian-Asian regional numbering system/unit of 100,000, shown as 1,00,000, e.g., for the Rupee currency is the: Dakh; Lakh; Sakh; or Wakh?
- Hebrew for instruction/teaching, the central reference/books of Judaism is The: Knesset; Torah; Halakhah; or Menorah?
- What corporation became (by 21st C) the world's largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines, and motorbikes?
- What popular US casino game is named from French 'toad', referring to the crouched squatting stance street origins?
- Secale Cereale is the botanical name for what grass/grain used in black bread and whiskey?
- Self-proclaimed mystic/holy man Grigori Rasputin (1869-1916) significantly influenced the rule of which nation?
- Nephrite, mined since 6000BC, is the most common ore of what important stone, especially in SE Asia?
- The only undefeated undisputed boxing heavyweight world champion was: Rocky Marciano; Joe Louis; Muhammad Ali; or Lennox Lewis?
- Born 1942, Englishman Glyn Johns' 2014 autobiography Sound Man is about his world-renowned life in: Music; Supersonic aviation; Ear surgery; or Lighthouse keeping?
- Match these 'superfoods' with their equally beneficial basic cheaper alternatives: Quinoa, Chia, Wheatgrass, Teff vs Spinach, Lentils, Oats, Linseed?
- Pyrrhotite and Pentlandite are natural minerals for what metal used in stainless steel and coins: Tin; Nickel; Copper; or Silver?
- In 2017 Independent English convenience-store owner Jel Singh received respectively aggressive court action against him, and then positive permission, for the use of which names for his shop (two answers required in correct order - forbidden original name and permitted new name): Singhasda; Singhsburys; Morrisinghs; or Tescosingh?
- What sort of weapon is named after Russian leader Vyacheslav Molotov (1890-1986)?
- Name the 'Six Flags' (six 'nations') that historically have had sovereignty over some/all of the state of Texas, USA? (two, no longer nations, are now within another nation)
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