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1

Rob Pilatis and Fab Morvan were collectively known as what?

A
Frankie Goes To Hollywood
B
Eurythmics
C
Wham!
D
Milli Vanilli
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2

Piles is a familiar word for what medical condition?

A
Haemorrhoids
B
Haemoptysis
C
Haemophilia
D
Haemorrhage
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3

Which sport, that involves running through an obstacle track 253.5 metres long, has major competitions held in Sonkajärvi (Finland) and in the USA in Monona and Minocqua (both in Wisconsin) and Marquette (Michigan)?

A
High jump
B
Wife carrying
C
Nordic skiing
D
Luge
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4

In 1434, Portuguese mariner Gil Eanes made a major breakthrough to obtain a reliable trade route to Western and Eastern Africa and India by finding a route around which cape?

A
Cape of Good Hope
B
Cape Bojador
C
Cape Verde
D
Cape Lopez
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5

Which UNESCO World Heritage Site in India covers the greatest land area, and is considered one of the "hottest hotspots" of biological diversity ?

A
The Hill Forts of Rajasthan
B
The Western Ghats
C
The Bhimbetka rock shelters
D
The monuments of Mahabalipuram
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6

First appearing in English about the time of Shakespeare, what word means foppish, or, later, fabricated or tricked out?

A
Arrant
B
Affected
C
Fangled
D
Capricious
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7

Prince William left St Andrews University in 2005 with a degree in what subject?

A
Psychology
B
Economics
C
Anthropology
D
Geography
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