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- What is the cube root of a million?
- The first Hilton Hotel, built by founder Conrad Hilton in 1925, is in: New York; Dallas; London; or Milton Keynes?
- A trattoria is an informal Italian: Dance; Opera; Restaurant; or Wedding?
- 'Dailies', raw footage shot/reviewed daily to check quality in film production, is also called: Fasts; Quicks; Rushes; or Hurries?
- What is arguably the first globally popular rock musical, 1970/71: Starlight Express; Jesus Christ Superstar; Miss Saigon; or Cats?
- The ocelot, caracal, oncilla, and margay are wild: Cats; Dogs; Pigs; or Horses?
- Potable refers to (What?) that is safe to consume: Meat; Water; Bread; or Drugs?
- What Indian-English word for a light lunch or afternoon tea is also a traditional confection of bisuits, syrup, cocoa, raisins and chocolate?
- The world's largest arts festival, each August, founded 1947, is called/abbreviated the Edinburgh Festival: Border; Edge; Fray; or Fringe?
- Russian/Bulgarian okrug/okrag, and German bezirk refer to an area of: Red brickwork; Nudist beach; Territorial administration; or Uncertainty?
- Neapolitan ice-cream is traditionally which three of: Chocolate; Banana; Strawberry; Coffee; Vanilla?
- What universal building construction/repair system derives its name from catafalque, Old French, a coffin support?
- The expression 'Step up to the plate', meaning accept a challenge, derives from: Catering; Baseball; Railway; or Seismology?
- A pachyderm refers to an animal of which two characteristics: Wings; Large size; Thick skin; or Several Eyes?
- Murres, guillemots, auklets, and puffins are: Jewellery fastenings; Sea birds; Punctuation; or Cloud formations?
- Which vast online non-profit organization was launched in January 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger?
- The mixed food of Near East/Balkans/Central Asia (Persian for 'taste or snack') is: Thali; Tapas; Meze; or Smorgasbord?
- Capo and Gitano are terminology in which sort of music: Country; Flamenco; Opera; or Military marching?
- Harvard and Yale Universities are respectively in: Massachusetts and Connecticut; Washington and New York; California and Arizona; or Texas and Alabama?
- Attempting to make a person believe he/she is going insane by secretly moving/changing things is called (What?) after an Oscar-winning 1944 film?
- What yellow-green gas element is most commonly/historically used in water disinfection?
- An olfactometer measures intensity of or sensitivity to: Taste; Light; Smell; or Sound?
- Metaphorical encouragement to take as much as you want, typically from a surprising plentiful availability, is "Fill your (What?)": Suitcase; Bags; Boots; or Trousers?
- In the book publishing industry, unsolicited manuscripts from hopeful writers are informally called the: Cabbage leaves; Slushpile; Haystack; or Bin-tray?
- An 'Ozalid' version is used for checking/approval pre-production of: Ready-meals; Books; Coins; or Passenger jets?
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