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1. He wrote the enormously popular Paddington Bear stories. 2. Skipper Glenn Ashby. 3. Brendon Hartley and Earl Bamber. 4. Mahatma Gandhi. Godse shot him at New Delhi in January 1948, and was later hanged for the crime. 5. From order comes freedom. 6. The Fondation Cartier is a contemporary art gallery in Paris; the Maxxi is in Rome. 7. Traditional Maori medicine incorporating, among other things, herbal remedies and massage. 8. The use of light and shade in art, such as drawing, painting and photography. 9. Haiti and the Dominican Republic. 10. It was officially opened in January 1966. From 1945 to 1965, Whenuapai was Auckland’s airport. 11. A grain grown almost exclusively in Ethiopia and used in making breads and stews. Also known as lovegrass, it is high in protein, calcium and vitamin C, and is said to fuel Ethiopian distance runners. 12. Oscar Wilde.