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- What name links the English architect best known for rebuilding the Palace of Westminster and a South Wales seaside resort?
- A United Kingdom tablespoon is exactly how many millilitres?
- Carlos Irwin Estevez is better known by what stage name?
- Who wrote A Dictionary of the English Language, published on 15 April 1755?
- What sort of animal was Tufty, the road safety favourite with sixties and seventies children?
- Which official American public holiday is observed annually on November 11?
- Harvey Keitel is often seen in an advert for which UK insurance company?
- What was Mary Read famous for during the early 18th century?
- The bombardment of which sea fort started the American Civil War?
- Which United States navy nuclear-powered supercarrier was commissioned on 9 December 1995 and named after a Mississippi Senator?
- Barry (Sir Charles Barry and Barry Island)/li>
- Charlie Sheen
- Samuel Johnson
- Veterans Day
- Direct Line
- Piracy - she was an infamous female pirate
- Fort Sumter
- USS John C. Stennis
Trivia Questions II
- What name is given to the helical grooves in the barrel of a gun which helps to improve the stability and accuracy of its fired projectile?
- In which British city are the Gasworks Bridge, Osney Rail Bridge, Folly Brdge and the A34 Road Bridge?
- Who is the father of Tamara Rutland and Petra Stunt?
- What was the nationality of William Tell?
- In which year was the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer?
- The Victorian era ended in 1901, but in which year did it start?
- By what pen name is author David Cornwell better known?
- In which small Devon village, best known for its steep pedestrianized cobbled main street, did novelist Charles Kingsley once live as a child?
- The Adventures of Pinocchio was written in 1883 by which Italian writer?
- Which country is the world's leading producer of copper?
- Bernie Ecclestone
- John le Carre
- Carlo Collodi
- How many Senators are in The United States Congress?
- In 2009, who replaced Carol Vorderman doing the letters and numbers selection on Channel Four's Countdown?
- Which coastal twon has piers called the Britannia Pier and the Wellington Pier?
- Which rank of nobility comes between Duke and Earl?
- What is the collective noun for caterpillars?
- What is the first name of the brother of the Duchess of Cambridge?
- Precisely, what colour is the ribbon of a Victoria Cross?
- In which Asian city was Charles Saatchi, the co-founder of advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi, born?
- Politician George Osborne changed his name when he was 13, what was his original first name?
- In which European country was the company Nokia founded?
- Rachel Riley
- Great Yarmouth
- Crimson (accept wine-red)
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