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- Which London Underground line is coloured brown on the Tube map?
- What are also known as the Decalogue?
- Who was buried in Westminster Abbey in April 1882, close to John Herschel and Isaac Newton?
- Which highly sophisticated combat submarine was piloted by Troy Tempest?
- Pete Duel starred as Hannibal Heyes in which TV series?
- Which coffee is identified by a label showing a drawing of a Gordon Highlander and a Sikh soldier sitting together outside a tent?
- Which former bare-knuckle boxer won Celebrity Big Brother 8?
- In Indian cooking, which vegetable is gobi?
- 'Call me Ishmael' is the famous opening sentence in which book?
- In March 1985, which pop group made a ground-breaking 10-day visit to China (the first by a Western group)?
- Which Starbucks' coffee cup size, larger than a Grande, is also Italian for twenty?
- Which city's economic boom called the 'Miracle on the Han River' made it the world's 4th largest metropolitan economy in 2014, after Tokyo, New York City and Los Angeles?
- The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot tall monument in which American city?
- What name was given to the German state as it existed between 1919 and 1933?
- Which Nick Hornby book features London record shop owner Rob Flemming?
- Bakerloo line
- The Ten Commandments
- Charles Darwin
- Alias Smith and Jones
- Camp Coffee (N.B. the label also features the drink's slogan: 'Ready Aye Ready')
- Paddy Doherty
- St. Louis (it's the world's tallest arch, and the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere)
- Weimar Republic
- High Fidelity
- Which English king ordered the erection (between 1291 and 1294) of twelve stone monuments called Eleanor crosses, of which three survive nearly intact today?
- Which French word meaning 'slang', is a secret language used to prevent outsiders from understanding conversations?
- Which historical and archaeological city shares its name with Tamara Ecclestone's sister?
- Which American anti-ballistic missile defense system was developed after the experiences of Scud missile attacks during the Gulf War?
- Which intergovernmental organisation was founded on 10 January 1920 as a result of the Paris Peace Conference?
- A Zonian is a person associated with living close to which famous geographical feature?
- Which eighties pub quiz TV game show, with a darts theme, was hosted by Jim Bowen?
- Which country's plane was hijacked and forced to land at Entebbe Airport on 4 July 1976?
- Which term was popularized in the 1914 American film series The Perils of Pauline in which each episode ending with an unresolved danger?
- Which restaurant chain's name is the Japanese word for 'self-indulgent'?
- Who was the last person hung for treason in the United Kingdom?
- What was Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara's real first name?
- Who was Home Secretary during 1972's Bloody Sunday and was Edward Heath's main rival to becoming leader of the Conservative Party?
- Which North Sea oil production platform exploded in 1988, killing 167 people?
- Which three-times married American actress and sex symbol died in June, 1937, at the age of just 26?
- Edward I
- THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense)
- League of Nations
- The Panama Canal
- France's (Air France)
- William Joyce, better known as 'Lord Haw-Haw' (in 1946)
- Reginald Maudling
- Piper Alpha
- Jean Harlow
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