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Q. What musical term is indicates a chord where the notes are played one after another rather than all together?
Q. Where in the human body would you find the medulla oblongata?
Q. Good King Wenceslas is a popular Christmas carol. But of which German country was Wenceslas king?
Q. “Les Fauves” was a name given to a group of artists that included Matisse. What is its literal meaning?
Q. What is the legislature of the Netherlands called?
Q. What is the name for a line of poetry with twelve syllables consisting regularly of six iambic feet, with a pause after the third?
Q. In which sport are barani, rudolph and randolph all techniques?
Q. Which gas is formed when a hydrogen bomb is detonated?
Q. Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Andes. But in which country does it lie?
Q. What color does gold leaf appear if you hold it up to the light?
Q. Who collaborated with Karl Marx to produce “The Communist Manifesto”?
Q. Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 7 is a musical tribute to which battle of World War 2?
Q. In which sea battle was Mark Antony defeated by Octavian in 31 BC?
Q. Which Jacobean dramatist wrote “The Alchemist”?
Q. Where would you find an oxbow lake?
Q. What is the capital city of Paraguay?
Q. How many legs does a lobster have?
Q. The Cassegranian, Schmidt and Gregorian are all types of what scientific instrument?
Q. What is the family name of the ruling dynasty of Monaco?
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