1.  Q) In the British Navy, what rank is immediately below Commander?

2.  Q) Which US President followed Chester A. Arthur?

3.  Q) In 1992, who became the only living New Zealander to appear on a British banknote?

4.  Q) In which event did Britain's Denise Lewis win a gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics?

5.  Q) Who won the World Snooker Championship in 1973?

6.  Q) Where would you find an airport named after Dr. Babasaheb R. Ambedkar?

7.  Q) Rickets is caused by a deficiency of which vitamin?

8.  Q) How many faces does a dodecahedron have?

9.  Q) In computing, what does GIF stand for?

10.  Q) Ambulophobia is the fear of what?

11.  Q) On which part of the body is the philtrum to be found?

12.  Q) Where is the Sistine Chapel?

13.  Q) A vehicle with EC on its registration plates is from where?

14.  Q) The bunyip is a mythical creature in the folklore of which country?

15.  Q) Which two actresses appeared together in the 2008 film Doubt and also star in the film Julie & Julia?

16.  Q) Into how many ecclesiastical provinces is the Church of England divided?

17.  Q) Which religious movement accepts Halle Selassie I as the incarnation of god?

18.  Q) Nori is an edible variety of which plant?

19.  Q) Which English Monarch followed Richard I?

20.  Q) Who was the first leader of the Labour Party?

21.  Q) What is the most commonly used word in the English language?

22.  Q) What in Italy is the ferroviaria?

23.  Q) What is the more common name for potassium nitrate?

24.  Q) Seattle is the largest city in which American state?

25.  Q) In the phonetic alphabet, what is the word for the letter C?

26.  Q) Kiribati, Tuvalu and Tokelau are all islands in which ocean?

27.  Q) Who said: "The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any. "?

28.  Q) Which chemical element has the symbol Se?

29.  Q) Which rock group performed their last concert in the 1978 film The Last Waltz?

30.  Q) For what team was Emerson Fittipaldi driving when he won the Formula One championship in 1972?

31.  Q) The Moroccan city of Casablanca lies on which major body of water?

32.  Q) Who were the first three kings of Israel?

33.  Q) What six-letter word refers to all the material thrown up by a volcanic eruption, regardless of composition?

34.  Q) ...But Seriously was the fourth solo studio album by which British musician, released in 1989?

35.  Q) How is/was Stephen Demetri Georgiou better known?

36.  Q) What name is given to a dozen dozen?

37.  Q) Which was the first spacecraft to go into orbit around Mars?

38.  Q) What type of animal is a Scottish Blackface?

39.  Q) Silverstone is a motor racing circuit in Northamptonshire and which other county?

40.  Q) Which iconic actress starred opposite Humphrey Bogart in the classic film Casablanca?

41.  Q) In what year did the battle of Bannockburn take place?

42.  Q) Which plant completes the title of this Edison Lighthouse song: Love Grows (Where My .... Goes)?

43.  Q) A Mille-fueille is a type of what?

44.  Q) What is the name of the prison in Paris where the Revolutionary Tribunal sat during the Reign of Terror?

45.  Q) Who was the presenter of the comedy TV show TV Heaven, Telly Hell?

46.  Q) Which fruit is also known as an alligator pear?

47.  Q) What was the American Christmas No.1 Single in 1966?

48.  Q) Phobos and Deimos are moons of which planet?

49.  Q) What is the traditional recognized gift for the 5th wedding anniversay?

50.  Q) Who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001?



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