||In anatomy, if something is ‘subcostal’ it is situated or performed below which part of the body?
||Which is the only London Underground station to be named after a football team?
||Gainsboro is a pale shade of which colour?
||Javier Sotomayor set the world record in 1993 for which athletics event?
||Who played Sam ‘Ace’ Rothstein in the 1995 film ‘Casino’?
||Robert De Niro
||Which former US heavyweight boxer had the nickname ‘Terrible’?
||Jackson Heights is a neighbourhood in which New York borough?
||In the US television cartoon series ‘The Simpsons’, what is Homer’s middle name?
||Which two English authors co-wrote the 19th Century play ‘Frozen Deep’?
||Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens
||Lima is the capital of which country?
||A Sweeting is what type of fruit?
||In skiing and snowboarding, what does NASTAR stand for?
||NAtional STAndard Race
||Louis Philippe I, King of the French and last king to rule France, abdicated in 1848 and lived the rest of his life in exile in which country?
||Actress Audrey Hepburn sang ‘Moon River’ in which 1961 film?
||Breakfast at Tiffany’s
||Which bridge in London was dubbed the ‘Wobbly Bridge’?
||The Millennium Bridge
||Which Scottish city is promoted as ‘One City, Many Discoveries’?
||Which playing card is known as ‘Puppy Foot’?
||Ace of clubs
||The Wallace Line (or Wallace’s Line) is a faunal boundary line which separates the ecozones of Southeast Asia and which country?
||In a game of curling, how many stones does each team have?
||What was the currency of Lithuania before it adopted the euro in 2015?