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25 Quiz Questions
- What term is used to describe Indigenous peoples in Canada south of the Arctic?
- Who was the first UK million pound winner of the television game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
- What is the maiden name of Prime Minister Theresa May?
- Tracy Rose Chevalier is best known for which novel?
- Which Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst founded analytical psychology?
- From September 2017 onwards, in the UK the sale of any vacuum cleaner higher than what wattage is banned?
- Which 20-year-old, unemployed comedian, was convicted of stealing from comedian Terry-Thomas and given two-years probation in 1960?
- Spain owns an enclave called Cueta in which African country?
- Which of Shakespeare's plays tells the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth?
- What name is given to the line behind which the throwing player must stand in a game of darts?
- If you have dysphagia, what do you have difficulty doing?
- What is the lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere called?
- Where would you most often find the phrase, 'I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading'?
- By what name is the address 30 St Mary Axe more informally known?
- What word found in Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali, meaning 'bucket', can also mean a steal pot which gives its name to a type of curry?
- In which century was the American science-fiction adventure television series Buck Rogers set in?
- The Three Gorges Dam can be found in which country?
- It's sometimes called a cenote, but by what name do we better know the holes in the ground that can suddenly appear as a collapse of the surface layer?
- Almaty is the largest city in which country?
- How do we better know Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio?
- Which London store is nicknamed 'the Queen's grocer'?
- Which king wrote a famous public condemnation of smoking called A Counterblaste to Tobacco?
- In January 2011, which island (with a population of about 600) was designated as Europe's first Dark Sky Community and the world's first Dark Sky Island because it is sufficiently clear of light pollution to allow astronomy with the naked-eye?
- What name is given to a pottery jug in the form of a seated person typically wearing 18th-century clothes with a tricorn hat?
- Which college is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin?
- First Nations (those in the Arctic area are distinct and known as Inuit)
- Judith Keppel
- Brasier (also, her middle name is Mary)
- Girl with a Pearl Earing
- Carl Jung
- 900 watts
- Jimmy Tarbuck
- The Comedy of Errors (which happens to be Shakespeare's shortest play)
- On a British ten pound note
- The Gherkin
- 25th Century
- China (it's also the world's largest power producing facility of any kind)
- Pope Francis
- Fortnum & Mason
- James I
- Toby Jug
- Trinity College
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