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- In American politics what is GOP an abbreviation for?
- Why is Max Yasgur's 600-acre dairy farm in the Catskills famous?
- In 2016, who asked the quiz questions on the BBC quiz show Eggheads?
- Where would you most commonly find the phrase: 'the division of labour in pin manufacturing'?
- Also called Broken Twill Weave, what name is given to the distinctive V-shaped weaving pattern usually found in twill fabric?
- The London Marathon takes place annually in which month of the year?
- What do the eight stripes of white, red and blue represent on Hawaii's flag?
- What's the maximum number of quiz questions asked in the end game of television's Fifteen to One?
- Which UK charity, formed under the name Cyclebag in 1977, is chiefly associated with the National Cycle Network?
- What was Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara's real first name?
- Grand Old Party (The Republican Party)
- It hosted the 1969 Woodstock Festival
- Jeremy Vine
- On a £20 note
- The eight main islands
- Which ship was named after the nickname of the witch Nannie Dee in Robert Burns's 1791 poem Tam o' Shanter?
- Thule Air Base, the United States Air Force's most northernmost base, is on which island?
- What is the first name of Bill Clinton's daughter?
- Which Scottish castle was the birth place of Princess Margaret in 1930?
- Which two-word name of a chain of holiday villages in the United Kingdom have both words misspelt in British English?
- Who in 1961 became the first American to travel into space?
- Which planet has a solar day of approximately 24 hours and 39 minutes, known as a sol?
- If you have otalgia, what are you suffering from?
- As of 2015, how many MEPs are there in the European Parliament?
- Which British retailer was responsible for the creation of the ISBN book catalogue system?
- Cutty Sark
- Glamis Castle
- Center Parcs
- Alan Shepard
- What was the first name of the Kray twins' mother?
- In which sport are left-handed players banned?
- Agliophobia is the fear of what?
- Which bell is synonymous with the name of Lloyd’s of London?
- What board game name comes from the Latin, 'I play'?
- What does the phrase 'Fourth Estate' commonly refers to?
- In which British city was David Beckham born?
- The chonmage is a traditional haicut worn by men in which country?
- Bacchus was the Roman god of what?
- 'So, you are the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war!' - who said this and who was it said to?
- The press, journalism, newspapers or news media
- Abraham Lincoln said it to Harriet Beecher Stowe (in 1862)
- As of 2014, what is American Bill de Blasio's job?
- Coulrophobia is the fear of what type of entertainers?
- What was invented for dog training by Francis Galton in 1876?
- What word is the exact opposite of nocturnal?
- As of 2015, what is the minimum age you have to be to open a Facebook account?
- According to a 2012 BBC report, McDonald's was the world's second largest private employer, which company was first?
- Name the metabolic process that converts sugar to acids or alcohol?
- Severe flooding allowed hundreds of wild animals to escape from a zoo in which country in June 2015?
- Who was the husband of actress Valeria Hobson?
- Which London bridge crossing the River Thames is located between Blackfriars Bridge and Hungerford Bridge?
- Mayor of New York
- Dog Whistle
- John Profumo
- Who asked the quiz questions on television's The Weakest Link?
- Dennis the Menace featured in which British children's comic?
- What is a funambulist?
- In which month of 1945 did Hitler marry Eva Braun?
- Which television and radio quiz show for schools ran from 1948 to 1986?
- The Bella Twins are famous professionals in which field?
- What does MDF stand for (as in the engineered wood product)?
- Which U.S. President wrote a foreign policy doctrine regarding European countries in 1823?
- Name Alexander Armstrong's seated assistant on the gameshow Pointless?
- What nationality is Mark Carney, The Governor of the Bank of England?
- Anne Robinson
- The Beano
- A tightrope walker
- April (30th)
- Top of the Form
- Wrestling (a WWE tag team)
- Medium-density fibreboard
- President James Monroe
- Richard Osman
- Which company was founded in Birmingham in 1892 by Frederick Rushbrooke?
- Who asks the quiz questions in University Challlenge?
- In English, what do the initials of the car manufacturer BMW stand for?
- Andy Millman is the main character in which British sitcom?
- What is Harry Ramsden's famous for?
- What colour is the Welsh word 'coch'?
- Name the largest town in the Highlands of Scotland?
- Which weekly magazine of humour and satire was established in 1841 and ceased publication in 2002?
- Name Ruth Langsford's husband?
- Who was MP for Tatton before Martin Bell won the seat in 1997?
- Jeremy Paxman
- Bavarian Motor Works
- Fish and Chips
- Fort William
- Eamonn Holmes
- Neil Hamilton
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