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Which constellation, that lies between Taurus to the west and the dim Cancer to the east, with Auriga and Lynx to the north and Monoceros and Canis Minor to the south, is associated with the myth of Castor and Pollux, collectively known as the Dioscuri?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in November 2012
A
Capricorn
B
Leo
C
Ursa Major
D
Gemini
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2

Which of these venues is purpose built for cycling?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in August 2012
A
Methadome
B
Pleasuredrome
C
Hippodrome
D
Velodrome
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3

Which of these is a nickname that is often given to the flag of the USA?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in November 2012
A
Old Faithful
B
Old Glory
C
Old Magnificent
D
Old Sam
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4

In 2003, what character was voted by the American Film Institute to be the greatest hero in American film?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in November 2011
A
Atticus Finch
B
James Bond
C
Indiana Jones
D
"Dirty" Harry Callaghan
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5

The name "John Paul Jones" is not a famous name in which of these professions?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in November 2011
A
Athlete
B
Naval commander
C
Musician
D
Pope
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6

What is the term for playing a piece of music in a key other that in which it is written?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in October 2010
A
Disposition
B
Perfect Pitch
C
Allocation
D
Transposition
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7

In Greek mythology, who thought up the idea of the Trojan Horse?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in September 2012 and updated in December 2020
A
Priam
B
Odysseus
C
Hector
D
Paris
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