||Linophobia is the irrational fear of what?
||Relating to cargo costs in shipping, what does FILO stand for?
||Free In Liner Out
||The oldest known living tree in the world, a bristlecone pine, is situated in which US state?
||Ne Win was head of state of which country from 1962 to 1981?
||During which decade of the 19th Century was the British clipper ship the Cutty Sark launched?
||What was the last UK number one hit single for the band Queen?
||We Will Rock You (2000)
||Noodling is the Australian term for the mining of which gemstone?
||English chemist Sir William Henry Perkin accidentally discovered which colour in 1856, at the age of 18?
||Khalsa is an order of which religion?
||Philip IV became King of which European country in 1621?
||Who designed the red telephone box, which first appeared in London in 1926?
||Sir Giles Gilbert Scott
||Napoleon Bonaparte was given sovereignty of which island in 1814?
||What are the three main ingredients of a Tequila Sunrise cocktail?
||Tequila, orange juice, grenadine
||In January 1993, who was the first British cabinet minister to visit Argentina since the 1982 Falklands Islands conflict?
||What was the name of the online peer-to-peer audio file sharing service which operated between June 1999 and July 2001?
||DK is the international vehicle registration for which country?
||Sweyn Forkbeard was the father of which 11th Century English monarch?
||What is the length, in feet, of a full-size (regulation) snooker table?
||What are the first names of the two Aprile brothers in the US television series ‘The Sopranos’?
||Richie and Jackie (Richard and Giacomo)
||In 1957, which US President announced a two-year suspension of nuclear testing?
||Dwight D Eisenhower