||The Resende Nuclear Fuel Factory is in which South American country?
||If a person is Esotropic, they are what?
||Balaenoptera musculus us the scientific name for which marine creature?
||Who wrote the 1897 play ‘Cyrano de Bergerac’?
|| ‘Mixology’ is the art or skill of preparing what?
||How many players are on the field in a fielding rounders team?
||Who plays President Coriolanus Snow in the 2012 film ‘The Hunger Games’?
||During which year was the inaugural tournament of the FIFA World Cup?
||Aldo Moro was Prime Minister of which European country?
||What is the point at the base of a horse’s neck to which the horse’s height is measured?
||Who plays murderous hitch-hiker John Ryder in the 1986 film ‘The Hitcher’?
||On a standard dartboard, which number lies opposite 20?
||Who replaced Iraqi President Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr in July 1979?
||Which English football club is nicknamed ‘The Black Cats’?
||Rhinology is the study of which part of the human body?
||What was Ronald Reagan’s last film, released in 1964?
||In knitting, what does ‘YF’ stand for?
||What is the colour of the cross on the logo of car manufacturer Alfa Romeo?
||In which year did British author Charles Dickens die?
||What is a female chimpanzee called?
|| ‘Fraxinus excelsior’ is the Latin name for which tree?
||Chiroptophobia is the irrational fear of which flying creature?
||Which English cricket broadcaster is known by the nickname ‘Aggers’?
||Which northern English beer was originally launched by Col. James Porter in 1927?
||Newcastle Brown Ale
||Who wrote the song ‘Mr Tambourine Man’, which was a hit for The Byrds in 1965?
||Which former US chat show host starred in the 1998 film ‘Beloved’?
||Selma and Patty are characters in which US television cartoon series?
||The painting ‘The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp’ is the work of which Dutch artist?
||In the International Morse Code, which number is represented by two dashes and three dots?
||Who played Giacinta ‘Jinx’ Johnson in the 2002 James Bond film ‘Die Another Day’?