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- In which century was Harvard University established?
- Who married Slovenian model Melania Knauss in 2005?
- In the 2001 film Shrek, which actress is the voice of Princess Fiona?
- Which Chinese city has the world's busiest container port?
- RICE is considered a mnemonic for first-aid treatment for soft tissue injuries, the acronym is for Rest, Ice, Compression and what else?
- What is the official language of the Flemish Community?
- What six letter winemaking term means the airspace between the wine and the top of bottle it is in?
- Which company is the largest chocolate manufacturer in North America?
- What are Heysham 2, Hinkley Point B and Dungeness B?
- How many red stripes are there on the American flag?
- Seventeenth (1636)
- Donald Trump
- Cameron Diaz
- Nuclear Power Stations
Trivia Questions II
- The French call it 'la Manche'; what name do we call it?
- His firstname is Steffano and he is an Italian fashion designer born in 1962; what is his lastname?
- Whose first business venture was a magazine called Student, before setting up a mail-order record business?
- Queen Maud Land, a region of Antarctica, is a dependent territory of which country?
- Which world known figure died just five days after Princess Diana?
- Who was the third President of the United States?
- What can a polyglot do?
- Who was Chancellor of Germany from 1998 to 2005?
- What was the tallest building in the world from 1311 to 1549?
- And what was the tallest building in London until 1962?
- The English Channel
- Gabbana (of Dolce and Gabbana fame)
- Richard Branson
- Mother Theresa
- Thomas Jefferson
- Speak multiple languages
- Gerhard Schroder
- Lincoln Cathedral
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- What name is given to the keyboard that has the letters arranged based on how often they are used, for example, the most common letters are in the centre row of keys, so less hand movement is required?
- Which small peninsula crossing the mouth of Poole Harbour is well known for its high property values?
- Who was a great-granddaughter of the Emperor Augustus and mother of the Emperor Nero?
- What was the world's first officially perforated postage stamp?
- What name was given to a series of American domestic programs in the thirties in response to the Great Depression?
- Which toy was invented by George Lerner in 1949 and was the first toy advertised on television?
- What name was given to tactical unit of a Roman legion consisting of approximately 480 men?
- In which country does a jury in a criminal trial consist of 15 jurors, which is thought to be the largest in the world?
- What name is given to the reputed lake monster living in Lake Champlain, in North America?
- What name can be an ice cream, a condom, and a 1.5 litre size of wine bottle?
- Dvorak keyboards
- Penny Red
- The New Deal
- Mr Potato Head
- Champ (also accept Champie)
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