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- The large asteroid or comet impact that many believe led to the extinction of the dinosaurs happened near which modern day country?
- What name is given to the legendary phantom wild cat that has never been caught, but is associated with Cornwall?
- Which two countries have names beginning with the letter 'A' but not ending with the letter 'A'?
- How many pieces does each player have in backgammon?
- Who was leader of the Labour party before Tony Blair (discounting acting leader Margaret Beckett)?
- Which burger chain took its name from a Popeye cartoon character?
- Name the most populated landlocked country in the world?
- Which slogan, used during the late 1960s and early 1970s as a symbol of a non-violence ideology, was coined by the American beat poet Allen Ginsberg?
- Which ship, at birth in Greenwich, was damaged by fire in 2007?
- Who was English potter Josiah Wedgewood's most famous grandson?
- What is the traditional wood used in the making of an authentic Australian didgeridoo?
- In which American city would you find George Bush Intercontinental Airport?
- The fuppence was a silver coin worth four pence that was discontinued in 1856, what was its better known name?
- What is the connection between Sir Isaac Newton and a Flower of Kent?
- How many hit songs did Elvis Presley write?
- The Beast of Bodmin
- Azerbaijan, Afghanistan
- John Smith
- Flower Power
- Cutty Sark
- Charles Darwin
- Eucalyptus (the trees are hollowed out by termites)
- Houston, Texas
- The Flower of Kent is the variety of apple that Isaac Newton saw falling to the ground.
- Which actress, married eight times to seven different husbands, had the nickname 'the Sweater Girl'?
- Patented in 1979, which fruit is a cross between a blackberry and a red raspberry, and is named after a Scottish river?
- Which two countries fought the Football War in 1969?
- Who asks the quiz questions in the TV series 'Only Connect'?
- Which organization has the motto: 'Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity'?
- Which food brand name is a French term for a large covered earthenware or metal cooking pot?
- What was first known as the 'Pluto Platter'?
- What does the last 'A' in the acronym BAFTA stand for?
- Which 2016 film stars Ryan Gosling as a jazz pianist and Emma Stone as an aspiring actress?
- What country did Arthur C. Clark emigrate to in 1956, largely to pursue his interest in scuba diving?
- Who shot John Lennon? And how old was John Lennon when he died?
- Which former Manchester United footballer is a presenter on the BBC daytime show Homes Under the Hammer?
- Where is Queen Maud Land?
- In which country of the UK are the bog snorkelling championships held?
- What word can be a practically unplayable delivery in cricket and also the oldest part of an ancient port city in Isreal??
- Lana Turner
- El Salvador and Honduras
- Victoria Coren Mitchell
- The FBI
- The frisbee
- Arts (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts)
- La La Land
- Sri Lanka
- Mark Chapman. John Lenon was 40.
- Dion Dublin
- Wales (in a village caled Llanwrtyd Wells)
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