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- How many triangles are on a backgammon board?
- What geographic term for a bay derives originally from the Greek word kolpos meaning bosom?
- What condiment brand features the Palace of Westminster on its label?
- A symbol comprising three dots, which if joined form an upright equilateral triangle, represents what word?
- What is the main element of pewter, used for tableware and vases, etc?
- The tennis club which hosts the Wimbledon Championships was founded originally in 1868 for playing which sport?
- What word, from Latin meaning 'I shall please' refers to a control substance used in drug trials which has no chemical effect?
- In which city is the Galileo Galilei airport: Barcelona; Zurich; Pisa; or Helsinki?
- Who is the only woman, up until 2010, ever to have run for leadership of the British Labour Party?
- Richard Beckinsale's character Alan Moore featured in which in UK TV series?
- Which Caribbean island, especially capital city Plymouth, suffered long term devastation after the previously dormant Soufriere Hills Volcano began erupting in 1995?
- Fremantle prison, which was closed in 1991 and is now a heritage site, is in which country?
- Bibliomania is the compulsive collecting or hoarding of what?
- What is the technical term for the hollow at the back of the knee, sometimes called the knee pit?
- Name the Green Party leader and its first parliamentary MP, who won the Brighton Pavilion seat in the UK May 2010 general election?
- The Hundred Years War, during the 13th and 14th centuries, was fought between which two countries?
- IPO - the UK government agency responsible for the protection of ideas, patents, copyright, etc., stands for what?
- In 1834 who invented raised point writing using a six dot system enabling the blind to read?
- The archaeological site of the ancient city of Troy is in which country?
- A navarin casserole is cooked using which type of meat?
- Whose state funeral was on 15 December 1840, nineteen years after his death and burial in an unmarked grave?
- What word, orginally meaning female slave in Greek, refers to a woman who gives support and help to a pregnant woman before, during and after childbirth?
- In Japan the word Mikado originally referred to what: the emperor; a theatre; an early form of electoral proportional representation; or sushi rice?
- What country's name derives from an Iroquois word for village?
- What is a car marque, a software company and the national flower of Egypt?
- Which Shakespeare character is known as The Moor of Venice?
- What is the previous and common alternative name of the Indian city Mumbai?
- Which city, home to Coca-Cola HQ, hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic games?
- Loosely translated, Aleph Beth Gimel Daleth are the first four letters of what alphabet: Inuit; Hebrew; Portuguese; or Tellytubby?
- In a right-angled triangle whose shortest sides are eight and six metres how long is the other side?
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