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- A chemical reaction accelerated by adding a separate recyclable substance is: Catharsis; Catechesis; Cathexis; or Catalysis?
- The term and tactical use of a 'nightwatchman' arises in which sport?
- Which 'BRIC' country re-elected female president Dilma Rousseff of the Workers' Party, 2014?
- The Anglicized Italian term 'cognoscenti' refers to people who are: Technically-minded; Informed/expert; Devoutly religious; or Watchmakers/jewellers?
- Youku Tudou is (early 2000s) China's most popular: Martial Art; Salad; Cycle route; or Video-sharing website?
- What is the unit of measurement for a chemical element's combining power with other atoms to form compounds/molecules?
- Latin 'collum' refers to which part of the human body?
- Which country's coins featured images of salmon, bull, red deer, woodcock and hunter, before replacement by the Euro?
- Cantaluppi near Rome is noted for introducing which orange food to Europe from Armenia?
- 'Suspiral' - a waste storage/drainage invention in the 1600s - evolved into what better known term/concept?
- Yildiz Holding, one of the world's largest confectionery corporations and acquirer of United Biscuits in 2014, is what 'MINT' nationality?
- Name the largest pre-Columbian/Hispanic city of South America, in Peru, and also the name of a popular song from Cuba?
- What whole number is the fourth root of 2,401?
- What expression means: rob, support, delay, and show?
- Concentric graduated shading, traditionally used on western stringed instrument soundboards and mid-1900s cartoons, is called: Moonglow; Sunburst; Starlight; or Black hole?
- Which statesman used the Russian maxim 'doveryai, no proveryai' ('trust, but verify') to ease US/USSR negotiations at the end of the cold war?
- Pāramitā, pāramī, or the Ten Perfections, are an aspirational model of which belief system?
- What vocal musical term means literally 'in the style of the church/chapel'?
- Collagen, elastin, keratin, myosin, and lectin are: Fats; Proteins; Hormones; or Cytoplasm?
- Name the 1879-founded magazine, and religion, with reputedly the highest international circulation of any monthly printed publication (two answers required)?