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What innovative motor vehicle did the late inventor Sir Clive Sinclair launch in 1985?

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The cashew what is the accessory fruit of the cashew tree?

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A cobbler is a person who makes what?

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How many factors does the number 36 have?

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What kind of flower is sometimes called a mumington?

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What does the French word grenouille translate to in English?

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Part of a large family, how many siblings did the author Jane Austen have?

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"B" stands for body, "M" stands for mass, but what does the I stand for in the medical acronym BMI?

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What word is used to refer to a group of zebras?

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Legendary Kiwi Sir Colin Meads is best known for his prowess in which sport?

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When did Xi Jinping become president of the People's Republic of China?

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What is the second longest river in Africa, after the Nile?

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Flanders is a region in what European country?

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What state highway runs through the South Island town of Rolleston?

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Wiener schnitzel is named after the capital city of what country?

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Mount Logan is the highest mountain in what Commonwealth country?

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Where in the U.S.A. would you find Mackinaw City, the most popular tourist city in the state?

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Dhaka is the capital city of what South Asian country?

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What continent boasts the youngest median age, currently sitting around 18 or 19 years?

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Paul Biya has been the president of what African country since 1982, whose capital is Yaoundé?

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In which children's novel would you find the characters of Moley, Ratty, Mr. Badger, and Mr. Toad?

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Who wrote the novel Brave New World, first published in 1932?

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Who famously said, "A wizard is never late, nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to"?

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I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General is a song from what Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera?

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What writer, better known for his books than his poems, wrote the nonsense poem Jabberwocky?

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What Dutch artist painted The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp in 1632?

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In which Charles Dickens novel does the Artful Dodger appear?

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The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, and For Whom the Bell Tolls were three early novels by what author?

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What cartoonist worked closely with Roald Dahl, illustrating 18 of his children's books?

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Which of the following is not a character in Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar?

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In what decade was the rock musical Hair first performed?

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Which country of the United Kingdom was the actor David Tennant born in?

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On what TV show did Roma Downey play an angel named Monica who visited Earth to guide people?

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Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey, and Keren Woodward are collectively better known by what name?

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In the children's TV show, what village does Postman Pat reside in?

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In what odd-numbered year did Elvis Presley die from cardiac arrest?

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What character is the female lead in West Side Story, with one of the musical's songs taking her name?

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What English singer had a worldwide hit with her 1968 recording of Son of a Preacher Man?

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Who married Mickey Rooney in 1942, and Frank Sinatra in 1951?

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Morten Harket is the lead singer of what Norwegian rock band?

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According to legend, who was the queen and wife of King Arthur, as well as the mistress of Lancelot?

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Who was the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Mercury?

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Valentina Tereshkova is famous for being the first woman to do what?

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Douglas Haig commanded the British Expeditionary Force in Europe during what war?

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The crime spree of duo Bonnie and Clyde occurred during which decade in the United States?

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Which Greek city state won the Peloponnesian War in 404 BC, dominating Greece for the next 30 years as a result?

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The Restoration of the British monarchy took place when what king returned from exile in 1660?

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Kate Sheppard, one of NZ's most prominent suffragettes, was born in what English city found on the River Mersey?

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One famous exploit of Māui in Māori mythology is when he caught a giant fish that became which of New Zealand's islands?

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What Union general during the American Civil War later became President of the United States?

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