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- Aquae Sulis is the Roman name for what aptly renamed English spa city?
- What metal element, symbol B, was named after its natural mineral form, popularised for its use as a cleaning product in the 1880s?
- What friendly word produces six new words when it prefixes: Ace; Ate; Let; Lid; Mate; and Try?
- The human Frenulum Linguae is webbed tissue between: Tongue/Mouth-floor; Thumb/Hand; Ear/Scalp; or Chin/Neck?
- Pomology is the science of: Volcanoes; Cheerleading; Apple cultivation; or Australian colonization?
- A Muscovite refers to a native of where in the world?
- What is a third of a half?
- La Niña is the counterpart of, and often follows what?
- Sage, thyme, rosemary, and marjoram are members of the plant genus: Apple; Mint; Lemon; or Pine?
- The Great Wall of China generally runs: East-to-West; North-to-South; In a circle; or Every which way?
- In Shakespeare's Richard III, King Richard's horse (killed prior to Richard's plea 'My kingdom for a horse') is called: Surrey; Kent; Dorset; or Northamptonshire?
- What famous ancient city is on the river Tiber: Cairo; Rome; Athens; or Babylon?
- A prebiotic induces growth in humans (and other living hosts) of beneficial: Hormones; Fungi/bacteria; Antibodies; or Hair?
- 101325 Pa (Pascal) or 1.01325 bar is the regulation standard/unit for: Milk fat content; Atmospheric pressure; Gambling machine payout; or Hotness of chili peppers?
- What eponymous brand, founded1946, re-established Paris as world-centre of women's fashion: Chanel; Dior; Gucci; or FCUK?
- Linoleum (e.g., 'Lino' flooring) originally comprises which three of these: Polypropylene; Canvas, Bamboo; Linseed oil; or Powdered cork?
- What old English term for a third came to refer to an administrative division of Yorkshire and an electroral district of Canada?
- The CAC40 is a main stock market index of: Brazil; France; Japan; or USA?
- Golden Horse/Rooster/Bell/Melody, and Hundred Flowers are major movie/TV/music awards for which nation/language: Russia; China; Mexico; or Saudi Arabia?
- Which one of these did not originate in 16th century Italian 'Commedia dell'arte' travelling theatre: Harlequin; Punch & Judy; Scaramouche; or Edward Scissor-hands?
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