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1 Which US city was previously called New Amsterdam?
2 In 1972, who became the first American to win the World Chess Championship?
3 Who wrote the screenplay for the 1994 film ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’?
4 In the US, where would a busboy work?
5 Canada has how many territories?
6 Professional surfer Jordy Smith was born in which country?
7 Carnophobia is the irrational fear of which foodstuff?
8 Which body of water is known in the Bible as The Great Sea?
9 Who is the voice of the bride in Tim Burton’s 2005 film ‘Corpse bride’?
10 What type of plant is a nardoo?
11 Which novel by Margaret Mitchell was first published in 1936?
12 Which actor made his screen debut as Boo Radley in the 1962 film ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’?
13 Laguna de Bay is the largest lake in which Asian country?
14 Which French novelist’s first names were Sidonie Gabrielle?
15 In which US state is Edwards Air Force Base?
16 Which British snooker player was known by the nickname ‘Hurricane’?
17 Where, in the human body, is the humerus bone?
18 In the television series ‘Thunderbirds’, what is Lady Penelope’s surname?
19 Who wrote the novel ‘The Fourth Protocol’?
20 What type of creature was a quagga?
21 In Greek mythology, what is the name of the mortal woman who challenged the goddess Athena to a weaving contest and was turned into a spider by Athena?
22 Aladar, Yar, Zini and Baylene are all characters in which 2000 Disney film?
23 Which English king died following complications after a fall from his horse named Sorrel?
24 The children’s toy Silly Putty was taken on board by the crew of which Apollo mission?
25 Fiji Day is celebrated in Fiji during which month of the year?
26 Which British title did Frederick and William Temple hold on separate occasions?
27 Who played Grandad in the UK television series ‘Only Fools and Horses’?
28 In 1784, who designed the first power loom?
29 In the US ‘The Great Fire of ….’where’ occured 8th to 10th October 1871?
30 Felidae is the scientific name for which animals?