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For over a century, a logo of a sailor in a "Navy Cut" cap has been the logo for whose cigarettes?
Which mythological lumberjack, usually believed to be a giant, was first documented in the work of US journalist James MacGillivray in 1910?
In surnames, e.g. Fitzwilliam, FitzGerald, Fitzherbert & Fitzhenry, what does "Fitz-" mean?
On the buttons of a VCR or DVD player, what does the sign in the shape of a square mean?
The filings of wood or metal are referred to as ...?
The title "Simple on a Soapbox" uses...?
What was a doublet, a common item from the 14th century to the 17th century?