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- What famous London addresses have these postcodes: SW1A 1AA and SW1A 2AA?
- The words 'domo arigato' mean 'thank you' in what language?
- What alliterative two-word term describes a product or service sold at less than cost, typically to encourage customers to buy other more profitable products/services?
- What hit song by the Crash Test Dummies comprised four three-letter words all containing the same letter?
- What year is represented by the Roman numerals MCMXCIX?
- What stage character is based on a real life medieval merchant, politician and Mayor of London?
- What country was previously called Abyssinia?
- The Evzones (meaning 'well-girded', a word apparently first recorded by Homer) are an elite ceremonial infantry unit in which European country?
- What ironic term describes the practice of business executives visiting the factory floor or other front-line work, abbreviated to MBWA?
- What two-colour scarf did David Beckham wear in support of the anti-Glazer campaign when leaving the Old Trafford pitch after playing for Milan in their European Championship defeat by Manchester United?
- What is the state capital of Western Australia?
- A copita is a glass traditionally used for drinking what?
- What British newspaper ('accidentally' due to a 'miscommunication') published a recklessly defamatory article against Facebook headlined: "I posed as a 14-year-old girl on Facebook. What followed will sicken you."
- The British bingo call "Doctor's Orders" stands for what number?
- Mg is the symbol of which chemical element: Manganese, Magnesium, Mercury, or Molybdenum?
- Who was made Archbishop of Capetown in 1986?
- Put these American presidents in order, earliest first: Reagan, Eisenhower, Carter, Washington, Nixon, Lincoln?
- The 1797 Treaty of Campo Formio was signed by Napoleon Bonaparte of France and Count Ludwig von Cobenzl of which country?
- The Orinoco river meets the sea on which country's coast?
- A square hectare of land would have sides of how many metres each?
- In marketing and business, 'Me-too' products are what: copies of other suppliers' successful products; successful due to word-of-mouth referral; endorsed by the Queen; or for use by a whole family?
- Lazar Ludwick Zamenhof invented which language?
- What are flews: the hanging upper lips of dogs such as bloodhounds; routes taken by migrating birds; a respiratory disease; or secret compartments in a lady's handbag?
- What is the square root of 225?
- What is the full name of the leading scientific and technological research university referred to as MIT?
- Which two of his wives survived King Henry the Eighth?
- Which British politician's epitaph reads: "I may not have succeeded in halting the war but I did secure the right of Parliament to decide on war" ?
- On a chess board at the start of play what piece is between the queen and its closest knight?
- What term describes computer software or its code which is free to use and adapt, based on a philosophy of improvement through sharing and collaboration?
- The work of which artist inspired HR Geiger's design of the monster in the Alien film?
- A monorchid has one what?
- Winnipeg is the capital city of which Canadian province?
- What is the seven or nine branch candelabrum, of which the Jewish hanukiah (or chanukkiyah) is a type?
- In golf what slang refers to a free extra stroke sometimes allowed informally after a poor shot, typically off the first tee?
- A logomachy is a dispute over what?
- Stonehenge is in which UK county?
- What is a fumarole: an opening in the earth's surface emitting steam and gases; an argument about a bar bill, a Swiss chocolate cake; or male theatrical part played by an actress?
- Blenny, damsel, hamlet, goby and grunt are varieties of what living things?
- What is the Hindi greeting and salutation also used by many Westerners engaging in Indian cultural activities and philosophies?
- Suggestions from the 'politically correct' community occasionally call for what creative group process to be renamed 'Thought Showers'?
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