Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis. This is the best­selling al­bum of all time. What is the genre of mu­sic?

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Con­tain­ing the world’s old­est lyrics in a na­tional an­them, the Kimi­gayo is the na­tional an­them of which coun­try?


The United Arab Emi­rates won its irst ever Olympic medal at the Athena 2004 Olympics, when the Dubai royal fam­ily mem­ber Ahmed Al Mak­toum won gold in which sport?


Which term for the art or science of pro­mot­ing ‘health and beauty’ us­ing oils ex­tracted from plants was coined in 1937 by the chemist and per­fume maker Rene-Mau­rice Gat­te­fosse?


Which small noc­tur­nal fox of the Sa­hara gives its name to the nick­name of Al­ge­ria’s na­tional foot­ball team; a light­weight he­li­copter made by Euro­copter; and the code name of the Mozilla Fire­fox for Mo­bile web browser?


In Jan­uary 2013, the movie venue at 6925 Hol­ly­wood Boule­vard was re­named the TCL Chi­nese The­atre after the Chi­nese elec­tron­ics com­pany TCL Cor­po­ra­tion. What was its fa­mous pre­vi­ous name(s)?


In English, which two Com­mon­wealth coun­tries are the only two na­tions whose ofi­cial name be­gins with ‘THE’? One is in the At­lantic Ocean; the other in Africa.


De­signed by the Nor­we­gian sculp­tor Gus­tav Vige­land, which prize medal fea­tures the in­scrip­tion: “Pro pace et fra­ter­ni­tate gen­tium”?


All of which Asian coun­try’s ban­knotes from the $2 to the $10,000 bill fea­ture its irst pres­i­dent, Yu­sof bin Ishak, who was in ofice be­tween 1965 and 1970?


The Lon­don-based chef is the irst and only woman in Bri­tain to run a restau­rant with three Miche­lin stars in the UK. Yes, and she catered to the Royal Wed­ding for the Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex. Who has been named “Best Fe­male Chef,” a pres­ti­gious ac­co­lade dis­trib­uted by the in­ter­na­tional awards body, World’s 50 Best Res­tau­rants?


Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis. This is the best-sell­ing al­bum of all time. What is the genre of mu­sic?

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