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1 What is the singular term for a piece of data?
2 True or false: actor Al Pacino has never been married?
3 Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam was formerly known as what?
4 What nationality is Markus Zusak, author of TheBookThief?
5 What superhero was played by Lindsay Wagner in the 70s US series?
6 In medicine, the word ‘styptic’ refers to something that stops what?
7 In which Melbourne suburb is the Mountain Goat Beer brewery?
8 What type of creature is the Beluga, Omura’s and the common minke?
9 Eiswein is wine made from grapes that have been what on the vine?
10 The cyclops was a figure in the mythology of which country?
11 N’Djamena is the capital city of which African country?
12 Which car company makes the models A4, TT and R8?
13 What is the name of the hunter who always fails to catch Bugs Bunny?
14 Which disorder creates pauses in breathing patterns while sleeping?
15 Which US city’s name is Spanish for The Meadows?
16 What is the currency of Brazil?
17 Arthroscopy refers to surgery on what parts of the human body?
18 What species of shark is the creature in the book and film Jaws?
19 What was the name of William Shakespeare’s wife?
20 Which country was formerly known as Kampuchea?
21 What is the only film to have been nominated in every eligible category at the Academy Awards?
22 What is the largest internal organ in the human body?
23 Which of the following is not a base metal: nickel, gold or zinc?
24 Was David or Richard Attenborough once a senior manager at the BBC?
25 Pirate Edward Teach was better known by what name?
26 What is thought to be the largest animal ever to have lived on Earth?
27 In Greek mythology, which god gave King Midas the ability to turn whatever he touched into gold?
28 How many children did Charles Dickens have?
29 Which Australian singer-songwriter was born David Gordon Kirkpatrick in 1927?
30 Which rock band, formed by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, was originally named Wicked Lester?
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