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- Founded in Italy 1472, Monte dei Paschi di Siena is the world's oldest 21st century: University; Bank; Church; or Estate Agency?
- A maraca, originally made from a gourd and beans, is a Latin-American: Curry; Ceremonial hat; Percussion instrument; or Infant's carriage?
- Joshua, Klitschko, Fury and Haye are: Atlantic flight paths; 2016 typhoons; World champion boxers; or Birth surnames of One Direction members?
- What day is named after Biblical accounts of crowds laying cloaks and branches on Christ's path into Jerusalem?
- Galia, Honeydew, Cantaloupe and Horned are types of: Snowflake; Lizard; Melon; or Crochet hook?
- First adopted in 1858, the earliest standard army camouflage is (still popular internationally): Rifle Green; Gun Grey; Bark Brown; or Blood Red?
- What gemstone is fossilized tree sap: Tiger's Eye; Topaz; Amber; or Garnet?
- A jointing/bordering metal strip used in stained/leaded glass windows is called a: Came; Went; Been; or Gone?
- What's the square root of 729: 19; 27; 33; or 72?
- Derived from Greek for 'servant-woman' what term refers to a non-medical companion at birth, and increasingly death too?
- Smith and Wesson is a famous maker of: Earth-diggers; Pianos; Firearms; or Sugar?
- The Bixa Orellana plant's annatto seeds (used for saffron/paprika substitute and cosmetic dyes) is also called the: Lipstick tree; Blusher rose; Mascara vine; or George Bush?
- An aquifer is a type of: Tree; Agreement; Punctuation mark; or Water-bearing rock layer?
- In HTML computer language an 'unordered list' equates to what in conventional writing/printing?
- The human ailment ankylosis is: Sprained ankle; Joint immobility; Cramp; or Paranoia?
- Name the first man-made Earth satellite, launched 1957, meaning 'fellow-traveller' in Russian?
- The old Anglicised French word 'soupçon' ('soupsonn') means a very (What?) amount: Large; Small; Fluid; or Hypothetical?
- What word prefixes the following to make four different terms: Gallery; Range; Star; Jacket?
- Star Anise is a: Tree and spice; Arabian pattern; Parthenon mosaic; or Moon of the Sun?
- Having an eagle emblem, name the oldest motorbike company still making bikes into the 21st century?
- Amazon's streaming device launched 2014 is abbreviated to: Sparkplug; Firestick; Knobdongle; or Coldplay?
- The Ballon d'Or is an annual award for the world's best: Clown; Footballer; Country song; or Architect?
- In physics/electronics, Ohm's Law is: "The current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the (What?) across the two points.": Temperature; Pressure; Voltage; or Mileage?
- CJKV - a language system using hanzi/kanji - is an abbreviation of which four nations? (four answers required)
- Which four months of the year are named after their numerical order in the old Roman calendar? (four answers required)
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