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1) Due to historical links, Marks & Spencer stocks many items of clothing and food produce from which country? As a result it is frequently the target of 'ethical boycotting'. (1 pt)  Ali:  2018-07-14

2) Who is the youngest Best Director Oscar winner (Academy Award for Best Directing) as of 2017? (1 pt)  Adam:  2017-01-26

3) Who was Dolly the Sheep named after and why? (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

4) BTS, EXO and Blackpink are prominent bands in which genre of music? Its name relates to its country of origin. (1 pt)  Phil:  2020-02-20

5) What mountain in the Alps did Chris Froome partially run up in the 2016 Tour de France? It is not named for the French for windy, although it sounds like it, and would be appropriate. (1 pt)  Ali:  2018-07-14

6) The 30 biggest islands of the USA all come from which 4 states / territories? (4 pts)  Phil:  2020-02-20

7) Food and Drink! Name the cocktail based on the description. All of these are among the 50-or-so recipes chosen by the International Bartenders Association for their annual bartending competitions: a) Orange juice and vodka on the rocks — Bob the Builder's favourite, from what I hear b) Dark rum, light rum, curaçao, almond syrup and lime — it's named after the Tahitian term for 'Good' c) Vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice, and cranberry juice — apart from a hangover, the after-effects may include a sandy bottom. d) Whisky, Drambuie and a twist of lemon — drink carefully, it could give you lockjaw! (4 pts)  Cav:  2018-04-13

8) There are 42 teams in the Scottish Football League system. Which 4 Scottish football teams do not share the first letter in their name with any other team? To give you a bit of a hint there are no teams that begin with the following letters: J, N, O, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z (4 pts)  Ewan:  2017-10-26

9) What are these misnamed species really? a) Irish moss b) Fisher c) Mudpuppy d) Velvet ant (4 pts)  Susi:  2018-03-10

10) Statues and sculptures. Name the person (a,c) / animal (b,d) / artist (e) / significance of (f) the pieces of public art below: (6 pts)  Saskia:  2018-12-29

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