||The English towns of Abingdon, Wallingford and Marlow lie on which river?
||Who played the father, Col. William Ludlow, in the 1994 film ‘Legends of the Fall’?
||Which word in Hinduism means duty, virtue and morality, and refers to the power which upholds the Universe?
||Who was the spouse of Queen Mary I of England?
||Philip II of Spain
||What is the Zodiac sign of someone born on 31st May?
||The city of Melbourne in Australia lies on which river?
||English singer/songwriter Stephen Nice, born 1951, is better known by what name?
||The Calgary-Edmonton Corridor is a geographical region of which Canadian province?
||Sovereignty of the Liancourt Rocks is disputed between which two Asian countries?
||South Korea and Japan
||Giallo is Italian for which colour?
||On which part of the body would a barrette be worn?
||Garrotxa cheese is made from the milk of which animal?
|| ‘Little Boy’ and ‘Fat Man’ were US codes for what during World War II?
||Nuclear weapons (bombs)
||Who has been shown the most yellow cards while playing for the England football team?
||David Beckham – 17
||Which artist sculpted the ‘Pieta’ in the late 15th Century?
||Which is the largest city in Europe by population?
||Which town in Wales has been the home of the Royal Mint since 1968?
||What is a female zebra called?
||What number shirt did England rugby union player Jonny Wilkinson wear in the 2011 World Cup?
||In humans, horripilation is more commonly known by what name?