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- What Latin term is used to mean 'word for word', or 'exactly the same words'?
- What memorable song line from American Pie by Don McLean refers to the day a plane crash killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and The Big Bopper?
- Michelle Robinson is the maiden name of which famous wife?
- Offaly, Westmeath, Carlow and Cavan are counties of which country?
- A gymnophobia sufferer fears what: exercise; nudity; public buildings; or ball-games?
- The Shore Durometer devised by Albert Shore in the 1920s measures what quality of materials such as rubber and plastics?
- Which poet wrote the lines: "And when those deep and burning moments pass'd, And Juan sunk to sleep within her arms.." ?
- A heptahedron is a solid figure with how many plane sides?
- A cope is a long ceremonial cloak worn by a member of what profession: clergy; judge; nurse; or magician?
- Who was the next president of the USA after Gerald Ford?
- Ichthyology is the study of what?
- What country has the largest forested area?
- What element has the highest melting point of any metal - symbol W, otherwise known as wolfram?
- The expression of high quality 'blue ribbon' or 'blue ribband' equates to what French term?
- Arthur Wellesley (1769-1845) is better known by what title?
- In what state is the highest mountain in the USA?
- Credited with popularising the girl's name Wendy in a famous children's book, who also wrote the stage play The Admirable Crichton?
- Hilary, Easter, Trinity and Michaelmas are traditional English (and Welsh) seasonal names in what: law courts; horse-racing; farming; or road-mending?
- Which painting was stolen from the Louvre in Paris in 1911 and kept for two years by museum employee Vincenzo Peruggia?
- Which British prime minister wrote History of the English Speaking Peoples?
- Loperamide is used to treat what medical condition: water on the knee; sore throat; impotence; or diarrhoea?
- St James's Palace in London was commissioned by which British monarch?
- Technically a berry or fruit, brinjal is the Indian name for which 'vegetable'?
- The Irish Derby is held at which racecourse?
- The cephalothorax and the opisthosoma are body sections of what: arachnids (spiders, etc); humans; birds; or fire-engines?
- Born Betty Joan Perske, which actress starred in The Big Sleep and To Have and Have Not?
- In which European city is the Charles Bridge?
- To which Scottish island did Bonnie Price Charlie escape, dressed as a maid, in 1746?
- What nation won the European Football Championship after first failing to qualify for the finals tournament?
- Flame, Birds-eye and Quilted refer to decorative varieties of what wood commonly used in musical instruments?
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