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Which country has the top level domain .ir?
In the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, which storm followed Wilma?
What is the largest province of China?
Which three-word term is used to describe Hong Kong and Macau?
Which duo provided the majority of the soundtrack to the 1967 film 'The Graduate'?
On which island is the Japanese capital of Tokyo?
Which team holds the all-time worse regular season record in the NHL at 8-67-5?
How many Olympic gold rowing medals did Sir Steve Redgrave win?
In baseball, how many ways are there to reach first base?
Tchaikovsky's '1812 Overture' contains a reference to which national anthem?
Which country hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup?
Independent since 1990, which country on the Tropic of Capricorn has a coastal region that is mainly desert and gains access to the Zambezi River via the Caprivi Strip?
The M1 motorway runs from London to which northern British city?
What was the capital of Rhodesia?
For which team does England bowler Steven Finn play county cricket?
Name one of the two organisations the three letters 'ECB' most commonly refer to.
A home run on a play in which the ball does not leave the field of play is known as what kind of a home run?
Lime Street railway station serves which British city?
What is the only county of the Republic of Ireland to begin with the letter S?
Jan Mayen and Svalbard are Norwegian islands in which ocean?
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Which TV actor, who starred in 'Cheers', voices Sideshow Bob in 'The Simpsons'?
What is the name of the musician who composed the 'Adagio for Strings'?
In 1866 Herbert George Wells was born in Bromley, England. Which famous work did he write in 1898?
The Autódromo José Carlos Pace circuit is in which city?
Which line commonly said in the U.S. Presidential Oath is not required by law?
What is Stalingrad known as in modern times?
In which Charles Dickens novel, published in 1837, does the cricket match between All Muggleton and Dingley Dell take place?
Daytona Beach is an area in which American state?
How many degrees are in each interior angle of an equilateral triangle?
Which race on the current Formula 1 calendar hosts the shortest race by distance?
Who was the first female U.S. Secretary of State?
What does a vexillologist study?
Which rule of science states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction?
The English Premier League record for the highest scoring match is 7–4, set by Portsmouth and which other team in 2007/08?
In the Bible, what is the third book of the Old Testament?
The Oscar-winning song 'Jai Ho' featured on the soundtrack to which 2008 film?
Which novel by William Makepeace Thackeray shares its name with an American magazine?
What was invented by Ludovic Zamenhof?
What is the capital city of Virginia?
Which is the second largest city of the former Principality of Catalonia?

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