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How many are the resident population of the Italian city of Rome 2012-2020?
1-2 Million
2-3 Million
3-4 Million
4-5 Million
In June 1991 weightlessness experiments were conducted on about 2,500 jellyfish aboard this
the Space Shuttle
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The ARS, an agency of this U.S. government department, is looking to develop better bio-insecticides
the Department of Agriculture
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Despite the fierce appearance of this plated beast, scientists believe it to have been an herbivore
a Stegosaurus
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Platinum, atomic number 78, is worth more than this other metal, atomic number 79
gold
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In 2009 a new hominid skeleton dubbed Ardi was aged at 4.4 million years, predating this other 'girly' find by 1 mil. years
Lucy
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(Jimmy of the Clue Crew lights a peanut on fire.) The oil in the peanut is almost 100 percent fat, which burns & produces energy, a process that's measured by this unit
a calorie
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(Sarah of the Clue Crew puts salt & pepper in beakers of water.) The molecular structure of salt allows it to dissolve in water; the pepper will only disperse, creating this type of mixture, from the Latin for 'hung up'
a suspension
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In 1955 physicists Owen Chamberlain & Emilio Segre discovered the antiproton, which has this kind of charge
negative
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Crabs & cockroaches belong to this phylum, from the Greek for 'jointed feet'
an arthropod
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This element, symbol Co, was once popular for making invisible ink
cobalt
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Like an escargot, the abalone is an edible one of these gastropods
a snail
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In 1997 the world said 'Hello Dolly' to one of these mammals, the first successfully cloned
a sheep
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Codeine & morphine are both made from opium, which is obtained from a species of this flower
the poppy
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Lignite, a low-grade type of this rock, is only about 30 percent carbon
coal
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Sweeter than sucrose, this fruit sugar is found in fruits as well as in honey
fructose
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The deepest diver among these birds is the emperor species of this, which may dive to 900 feet in the Antarctic waters
penguin
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A grub is this soft, thick stage of metamorphosis of flies, wasps & beetles
larva
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(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Alaska) This bovine name is given to the process whereby huge chunks of ice break off glaciers, giving birth to icebergs
calving
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Alphabetically, it's the first mammal that could be in a 'Starts With 2 Vowels' category
aardvark
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From their size, about 2.5 cm. & how they crawl, caterpillars of the moth family Geometridae are often called this
inchworm
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(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Cape Cod, Massachusetts) When lightning strikes the sand, it can melt & fuse it into a type of this, called fulgurite
glass
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Today, there are only 2 continental glaciers: one on Greenland & one on this continent
Antarctica
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The reticulated species, the largest of these snakes, may reach a length of 33 feet
python
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When the moon appears between half & full, it's said to be this, either waxing or waning
gibbous
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(Sarah of the Clue Crew at Sea World in San Diego) In the wild, the polar bear feeds mainly on these, especially the ringed species
seals
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The elements erbium, terbium, ytterbium & yttrium are named for the town of Ytterby in this country
Sweden
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About one-millionth as bright as our sun, these small red stars are also known as flare stars
dwarfs
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The mud eel is not really an eel, but a species of this tailed amphibian
a salamander
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Of the 6 simple machines in physics, this one uses a spiral inclined plane
a screw
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All 6 noble gases were discovered on Earth between 1894 & 1900; this one, symbol Rn, was the last
radon
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The name of this Alpine flower is German for 'noble white'
Edelweiss
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75 miles long & 64 miles wide, the Mauna Loa volcano in this state is the world's largest active volcano
Hawaii
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It can be a voracious reader, or a beetle larva that feeds on paper
Bookworm
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When a tropical storm's winds increase past 74 MPH, it's classified as one of these
Hurricane
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12 to 30 miles up, this atmospheric 'layer' largely in the stratosphere protects us from the full force of ultraviolet rays
Ozone layer
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The ants seen here of the genus Atta are known by this 'occupational' name
Leafcutter ants
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The cuttlefish hides 2 ways: it can camouflage itself like a chameleon, or hide behind a cloud of this
Ink
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A silvery food fish, or to heat ore in order to extract metal
Smelt
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In rhyme, the bells of St. Clement's speak of these 2 fruits that'll help prevent scurvy
Oranges & lemons
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Unlike most of its pine family relatives, the larch is classified as this, as it loses its needles each fall
Deciduous
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Surprisingly, the smooth soft-shell species of this reptile is said to be able to run as fast as a man
Turtle
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When it flows out of the earth, it becomes lava; when blasted into tiny fragments, it becomes volcanic ash
Magma
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Common fuels in rockets include liquid hydrogen & LOX, which stands for this
Liquid oxygen
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This 16th century professor at the University of Padua is called the 'Father of Modern Anatomy'
Andreas Vesalius
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Our sun is classified as the yellow type of these 'small' stars
Dwarfs
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Like those of the genus Malus, most wild apples are of this tart 'crustacean' type
Crabapples
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The leaves of a fern are commonly called this, from the Latin for 'foliage'
Fronds
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The 'fire' type of this insect builds large mounds that interfere with harvesting hay
Fire ants
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Mildews, smuts & morels belong to this group of organisms incapable of making their own food
Fungi
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Unlike the German species, the Asian variety of this kitchen insect is actually attracted to light
Cockroach
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Launched on April 24, 1990, it was the first general-purpose orbiting telescope
Hubble Space Telescope
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Fog may form when air cools to this 'point' or when moisture is added to air near the ground
Dew point
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The name of this treeless Arctic zone comes from a Lapp term for 'hill'
tundra
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The Columbia, one of these between Valdez & Anchorage, Alaska can move about 65 feet per day
Glacier
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The largest living reptile is probably the saltwater species of this animal, which may weigh more than a ton
Crocodile
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This Russian physiologist's major published work was 'Conditioned Reflexes' in 1926
Ivan Pavlov
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North American types of this bird include Montezuma, mountain & bobwhite
Quail
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In the night sky, Jupiter is the third brightest of the stars & planets, after these two
Mars & Venus
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Trade name for plastic used as protective layer on 'non-stick' kitchen utensils
Teflon
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An unlimited extent of space, time or quantity, as in numbers that go on 'forever'
infinity
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A short story by Franz Kafka, or the life story of a butterfly
Metamorphosis
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1st called this in 19th c., branch of biology dealing with inter-relationship of organism & environment
ecology
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Why a straw standing in a glass of water looks like it's broken at the water's surface
refraction
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The name of which city, depending on the language, means either 'House of meat' or 'House of bread'?
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Which two Oscar winners have played the role of Kris Kringle in the film 'Miracle on 34th Street'?
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What had Grandma been drinking too much of in the song 'Grandma got run over by a reindeer'?
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Clement C. Moore invented which aerodynamic names?
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Oil of Lebanon' is better known as what?
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In the Christmas song 'Fairytale of New York', who 'were singing 'Galway Bay''?
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In the popular Christmas song 'Winter Wonderland', what kind of bird has 'gone away'?
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Which one of the following 'festive' islands does not exist?
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a. Trifle Island, b. Plum pudding Island or c. Roast beef Island
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There are Christmas Islands, even Easter Islands. True or false, there is a Thanksgiving Island
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The original meaning of which word closely associated with the festive season meant 'wheel'?
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Which popular singer, actor and comedian died on Christmas Day 1995?
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In which language does 'Sung tan chuk ha' or 'Chuk sung tan' mean Merry Christmas?
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What does Christ mean?
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Complete the title of this Beatles Christmas song with a first name. 'Rudolph the red nosed......'
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The following are words from which Christmas song: in the lane the snow is glistenin’
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On what did Marley's ghostly face first appear to Scrooge in Dickens' A Christmas Carol?
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Santa's favourite tipple is sherry, so they say. There are two main types of sherry. Name them.
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In which American state would you find the city of Bethlehem?
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True or False: only male reindeer have antlers?
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Due to new laws in most western countries, why would the St Nick in the poem 'A visit from Saint Nicholas (T'was the night before Christmas...) be breaking the law when delivering gifts in most public places ?
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In many parts of Europe the following day plays a significant role in Christmas festivities. Which saints day is celebrated on December 26
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Superstition dictates that when making mince pies for Christmas one should always stir in which direction?
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British Children hang stockings up for Santa, what do Dutch children put out?
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In which European capital city is eel a traditional dinner on Christmas Eve? a. London, b. Rome, c. Paris, d. Oslo
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Plus or minus 2 years, when did the 'Etch-A-Sketch' first appear under the Christmas tree?
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How did the tradition of kissing under the mistletoe develop?
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Amongst the Laplanders 'Yule Swain' is a type of Santa that rides a goat. It must be a large goat because the Yule Swain is quite tall. Plus or minus 2 feet, how tall is he?
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In `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`, what were there two of?
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Which Christmas tradition did the very busy Sir Henry Cole introduce in 1843?
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Which 'Christmas' word means 'turning of the sun'?
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When Kevin is left home alone for the first time, where is the family’s destination for their Christmas vacation?
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What word is used when you fail to hold a straight course in a boat?
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Which Christmas carol demands figgy duff?
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Which Italian cake, popular at Christmas, belongs to Tony ?
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Which Christmas item was invented by Tom Smith in 1847?
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Who stole Christmas from the town of Hooville?
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What type of bird features on the seventh day of Christmas in the song `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`?
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Which pantomime hero marries Jasmin
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Who wrote the song 'I’m dreaming of a white Christmas'?
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Which Christmas gift of the very highest quality, also known as 'Oil of Lebanon', comes from Oman?
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Which sultry voice was driving home for Christmas?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Christmas Bop
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What was the last UK Christmas No 1 of the 1970s?
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What is the other name for the Holly plant ? 4 letters
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There are two 'Christmas islands'. Name the oceans in which they are located.
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Which song was heard on both sides of the trenches on Christmas Eve 1914 ?
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Which carol mentions a 19th Century Duke of Bohemia?
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Which Christmas dinner was eaten by Elizabeth I to celebrate the English victory over the Spanish Armada? a. fish, b. peacock, c. goose, d. eel
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The following words are from which Christmas song: for yellow and red ones let's stop all the fight
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In Cinderella, what is the name of Prince Charming's friend?
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Which Christmas figure wore green in Victorian England?
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Which biblical town's name means 'house of bread' in Hebrew?
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What now traditional festive job was first taken by James Edgar in 1890?
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What did Donald Gardner want for Christmas?
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On the eve of 'Kings Day', the 6th of January, what do children in Argentina leave under their beds in the hope they will be filled with small gifts and sweets ?
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Which Christmas tradition probably stems from a Engelbert Humperdinck opera ? ( not the 'please release me' Engelbert)
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Who won an Oscar for Best Actress in 1993 for her role in The Piano
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Which Michael Jackson song was a UK Christmas number one in 1995?
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What is the name of the fruit sauce which is a traditional accompaniment to the Christmas Turkey?
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Who made the headlines in 1906 by refusing Christmas dinner?
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Which horse won the 1964 Derby?
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What kind of water is added to high quality marzipan?
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Which 'embassy employee' toy was on many a boys Christmas list in 1964-65?
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Which countries football team finished runners up in Group B behind Italy in Euro 2000?
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When Sleeping Beauty pricked her finger on a spindle, what happened to her?
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What part of a candy cane represents the blood Christ shed?
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Which Christmas tradition, said to have originated in Germany, was banned in the Soviet Union until 1935?
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Which friar, and the patron saint of, among others, Italy, the Philippines, the environment and stowaways, was the first person to stage a nativity scene (or manger scene)?
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What was the exact title of John Lennon & Yoko Ono's 1971 Christmas single?
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Which charity ceased in 1989 after 5 years in which time it raised 90 million pounds?
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True or False: The man who founded the Buddhist Society in London in 1924 was a barrister called Christmas Humphreys?
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The names of which two reindeer mean 'Thunder' and 'Lightning'?
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Besides being wise men, which royal rank did the 3 Magi hold?
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The Pet Shop Boys had a UK Christmas Number 1 in 1987 with a song that was co-written by country star, Willie Nelson. What was the name of the song?
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On which festive day do the French eat Galette des Rois?
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What is the name of George Bailey's guardian angel in Its a Wonderful Life?
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Which King of England was crowned on Christmas day?
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Coca Cola made our modern Father Christmas for an advertising campaign – prior to that, what colour robes did he wear?
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Who did the Carpenters wish a Merry Christmas to in 1970?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Snoopy's Christmas
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According to the Christmas song, who had 'a jolly happy soul'
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What occupation is Joseph the patron Saint of?
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In what century was Saint Nicholas of Myra born?
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In which country does Joulupukki, the Yul Goat, bring the presents?
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Plus or minus one year, how long does it take a Scotch Pine Christmas tree to reach a typical retail height of 6 to 7 feet?
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Kwanzaa, a cultural holiday celebrated from 26th December till 1st January, originated from a) Sudan, b) Indonesia, c) USA or d) Kenya?
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What did the Sun publish early in December 1993, that got them into a lot of trouble?
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What Hollywood Macho man played the lead in the 1996 film ‘Jingle All The Way’?
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In which European country do malicious creatures called Kallikantzaroi get up to mischief around Christmas?
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The dragon-slayer, St. George, was born in Cappodocia. In which modern day country is Cappodocia?
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In what year did John Calcott Horsley invent and design the first Christmas card? (+/- 50 years)
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: Santa Claus conquers the
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In 'The Christmas Song' (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...), what are the 'folks dressed up like'?
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Including Rudolph, how many reindeer pull Santa's sleigh
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On which night is it said that, Animals can speak and evil spirits loose their powers?
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In `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`, what do the French Hens represent?
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In which country was the city of Natal ('Christmas') founded on 25th December 1599?
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In `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`, which gifts represent the six days of creation?
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What are you eating if you are enjoying ‘March Bread'?
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Died on Christmas Day in which year Charlie Chaplin, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992
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Bandy is an ancestor of which winter sport?
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According to legend, what special task did King Arthur perform one Christmas Day?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: sung tan chuk ha
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Due to an Act of Parliament Christmas was effectively banned in England for 16 long years. This included all festivities, even the attendance of Mass or a church service. Plus or minus 25 years, when did this Scrooge or Grinch like catastrophe take place?
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According to the Bible, how did Mary get to Bethlehem?
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What was the title of Greg Lake's UK top ten Christmas hit of 1975?
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A word for wine that has been spiced and heated. Six letters
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The Christmas film 'Miracle in 34th Street' has been remade many times. Who won a best supporting actor Oscar for the role of Kris Kringle in the original 1947 film and which two time Oscar winner played Kris in the 1994 remake?
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: The Polar
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In what year were the first electric Christmas lights used? (+/-20 years)
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What told Dick Whittington to 'turn again'?
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On Christmas day in 1950 what was stolen from Westminster Abbey?
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Whose is the first voice to be heard on the original recording of Band Aid's 'Do they Know It's Christmas?
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Who ate the Gingerbread House?
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While distributing gifts in Holland Father Christmas is accompanied by who ?
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Who wrote the following words: 'What if Christmas he thought, doesn’t come from a store'
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One often has a glass of something before Christmas dinner as an APERITIF. The word stems from the Latin word meaning what?
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The mistletoe grows a) only on conifers, b) only on deciduous trees or c) on both?
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Why was Boxing Day so named?
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The traditional English 'Father Christmas' was not dressed in red. What colour did he wear ?
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In which country does a temperamental 'Julenisse', a cross between a jolly Santa and an evil Gremlin like creature, deliver presents on Christmas Eve?
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In which two Oceans is Christmas island?
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In which century was Christmas first celebrated?
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In Jack and the Beanstalk, what does Jack get in exchange for his mother's cow?
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Which popular poem did Clement Clark Moore write for his six children in 1822?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Insanity over Christmas
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Why were Joseph and the expectant Mary on the road to Bethlehem in the first place?
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What was Michelangelo’s first name?
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What is the Celtic name for 'all healer’?
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Which Christmas treat was first used to keep noisy children quiet during the church service?
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Who had a Christmas number one in the UK in 1974 with 'Lonely This Christmas'?
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Which European football league does not take a winter break: a) Italy, b) Netherlands, c) Portugal or d) Austria?
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Why was December 25th chosen as Christmas Day?
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What kind of animal delivers gifts at Christmas in Syria ?
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The following words are from which Christmas song: the world in silent stillness lay, to hear the angels sing
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Vanilla plays an important role in many Christmas dishes. One of the best kinds of vanilla was originally grown solely on the island Reunion. The old name for Reunion is also the name of this fine vanilla. What is it called?
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Which was the first ghost to visit Ebenezer Scrooge?
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What were the names of Cinderella’s two ugly sisters?
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The following are words from which Christmas song: she'd been drinking too much eggnog
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Who popularised the Christmas tree in England in the 19th century?
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In the familiar carol, what line follows “God rest ye merry Gentlemen”?
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Similar to the tradition of putting cookies & milk out for Santa, the children in Sweden try please the Swedish Santa, Tomte, by leaving out a) a bowl of rice pudding, b) a glass of vodka, c) a plate of dried herrings or d) a bottle of glogg (mulled wine)?
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What was the name of Scrooge’s clerk in a Christmas Carol?
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Which song contains the lyric: 'Glory shone around'?
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Who is the sweetheart of Harlequin in English pantomime?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: Hyvaa joulua
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Who sang the following Christmas song: December will be magic again
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Which German city, famous for its Christmas market (Christkindmarkt) and Christmas ginger bread (Lebkuchen) was once known as the 'ginger bread capital of the world' ?
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What is the surname of the 16th century German monk, a famous religious reformer and father of Protestantism, who is considered the originator of putting candles on a Christmas tree
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What does the word Christ mean?
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True or false: Traditionally German children are not allowed to see the Christmas tree until Christmas Day (which is celebrated on the 24th of December).
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The following words are from which Christmas song: do the fairies keep him sober for a day
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Who discovered Christmas Island in 1777?
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Who was sang about a Blue Christmas in 1957?
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Advent candles are a popular Christmas tradition in many cultures. What does the word advent mean?
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Born on Christmas Day 1918, which ex President of Egypt?
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Every year in November Sinterklaas, the Dutch Father Christmas, arrives in Holland. Where does he come from and how does he get to Holland? (1 point per correct answer)
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In many parts of Europe the following day plays a significant role in Christmas festivities. Which saints day is celebrated on December 13
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Many people claim that the first unofficial football international between Germany and a Scotland England side was played on a Christmas Day. The pitch or playing field was found between what?
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If you were born on Christmas day, what would be your Zodiac sign?
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Before Pope Julius I decided that December 25th was the day Jesus was born, on which day did early Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus?
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And what did Bing Crosby hear on Christmas day in 1956?
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According to the song `The Twelve Days of Christmas`, how many gifts in total did my true love give to me?
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A favourite drink over the Christmas period, how is 'the water of life' better known
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True or false: The traditional Christmas dinner in early England was the head of a pig prepared with mustard.
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Who played Scrooge in 'A Muppet Christmas Carol'?
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Who had the Christmas number ones, in 1975 and 1991, and with which song?
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Who composed the music for the festive season ballet 'The Nutcracker' ?
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What was the first thing that Scrooge purchased after his change of heart?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: nollaig shona dhuit
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: Tim Burtons The Night
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In December 1897, what did over a million women ask Queen Victoria to shut on Sundays, over the festive season?
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In which country is St. Nick called Sinterklaas?
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What significance is holly in celebrating Christmas?
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Which nickname for Hollywood sounds Christmassy?
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Born on Christmas Day 1954 the one time singer with the Eurythmics, who?
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Which word, often associated with Christmas stems from the Greek word for circle dance?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: boas festas
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What is wrong with the Grinch's heart in 'How the Grinch stole Christmas' ?
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What colour are the flowers of the Christmas cacti?
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Born on Christmas Day 1949, the cousin of actor Rip Torn who went on to play the title roles in Carrie and a Coalminers Daughter?
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In what year did Coca Cola begin featuring Santa in their advertising at Christmas? (+/- 10 years)
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Who wrote the following words: 'It was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge'
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The following are words from which Christmas song: she didnt see me creep down the stairs to have a peep
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Which Cliff Richard single was at number one over Christmas in the UK in 1988?
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Who' catches the Grinch red handed stealing Christmas presents ?
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What does Cinderella's Fairy Godmother turn into a coach?
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The American ad writer Robert L. May invented which colourful Christmas character in 1939 ?
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Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz teamed up again for a festive TV spin-off of which film?
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In which year did Wham get a monster hit with 'Last Christmas'?
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Tom Jones gained a Christmas number one with which hit in 1966?
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Name The Scaffolds 1968 Christmas number one?
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On Christmas day 1967, Paul McCartney announced his engagement to who?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Where did my snowman go
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On Christmas day in 1864 the traditional swim in the Serpentine first took place, in which park?
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The following words are from which Christmas song: forever ceasing never. Over us to reign
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Until the Second World War, St. Nick has only one helper. When the Netherlands was liberated in 1945, the liberators reinstated Sinterklaas for the sake of the children. Unaware of tradition, these liberators thought that if one helper was fun, several helpers would be even better, hence we now think of little helpers rather than a helper. Who were the liberators?
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True or false, celebrating Christmas was once against the law in Masachusetts?
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Who probably was the first man to illuminate a Christmas tree with candles?
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What was the name of the Grinch's faithful four-legged friend?
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On which three feast 'days' do Americans consume the most food ?
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Four of the top five teams at the 2006 ClauWau, the Santa Claus World Championships, came from the host country, Switzerland. The other team was from a) Japan, b) Holland, c) Jamaica or d) Kenya?
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Gaja Kristnako is Happy Christmas in which language?
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How may pipers were piping in 'The 12 days of Christmas'
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True or False: Dr. Seuss, the creator of the Christmas hating Grinch, was a psychiatrist?
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What are the names of the Three Wise Men or The Three Kings? (in western folklore)
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How long after the birth of Christ did the 3 Wise Men arrive?
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Born Christmas Day 1887 Nicholson Hilton, the founder of one of the world’s largest Hotel chains, what was his first name, which is also the name given to their super deluxe hotels?
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: Bad
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In which pantomime does Maid Marian appear?
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In the film 'Die Hard 2', which airport did the terrorist take over on Christmas Eve?
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In the 1930's, the Addis Brush Company produced the first artificial-brush Christmas trees, using the same machinery that made their a) toilet brushes, b) hair brushes, c) toothbrushes or d) paint brushes?
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What did Brenda Lee love doing to her Christmas tree?
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In the song, The Twelve Days of Christmas, what are the 10 Lords-a-leaping said to symbolise?
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The name of which herb is used as a magic word in a Christmas pantomime
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What did the Killers demand that the man in red not do to them, back in 2007?
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Where did Richard Attenborough witness a miracle back in 1994?
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In what year did NORAD, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, start tracking Santa's flight path around the world? (+/- 5 years)
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In which city is Kevin left 'Home Alone' at Christmas? (the first Home Alone)
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Which percentage of Americans don’t celebrate Christmas at all? a. 4%, b. 10% or c. 18%
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Who is the traditional Christmas gift-bringer in regions of Southern Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Hungary and parts of Hispanic America?
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Who had a UK hit single in the seventies with 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday'?
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Which word, associated with Christmas, comes from a Greek word meaning 'we can act anything'?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Run Rudolph Run
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Which pantomime character marries Alice Fitzwarren?
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What name is given to the event, 9 months before the birth of Jesus, in which an angel tells Mary 'Fear not, for thou shalt bring forth a son”?
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What kind of net, found on many a Christmas tree in the Ukraine, is supposed to bring good luck?
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What is the name of the ocean current that appears every 5 to 8 years around Christmas off of the Pacific coast of South America?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Merry Xmas Baby
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: froehliche weihnacten
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Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents is the first line from which literary classic by Louisa May Alcott?
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Plus or minus one year, when did Queen Elizabeth II deliver her first 'Christmas message to the nation’?
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Born on Christmas Day 1899 the famous actor who had the middle name DeForrest, who made his debut in the film The Petrified Forest in 1936?
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The following words are from which Christmas song: but the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be on your door step
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Who sang the following Christmas song: Christmas wont be the same this year
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Which two figures deliver gifts in Russia during the festive season?
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Which pudding with a misleading name was banned by English Puritans because it was deemed to be 'sinfully rich' ?
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Which British colony surrendered to the Japanese on Christmas Day 1941?
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Which British comedy duo, who starred in their Christmas Show that was watched by over 28 million viewers in 1977?
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Which Romanian leader was shot with his wife at Christmas 1989?
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On which Caribbean island did Princess Diana spend her first Christmas after the Queen announced she should divorce Prince Charles?
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In which country did the first Christmas stamp appear in 1898?
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Which island's capital is Flying Fish Cove?
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Who took easy listening into the top ten in many countries at Christmas 1995?
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Which ski resort is a favourite for Prince Charles for his Xmas break?
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Who recorded the seasonal song 'Merry Xmas Everybody'?
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What did Dora Bryan want for Christmas in 1963?
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Two members of which group sang on both Band Aid and Band Aid II ?
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Which American answer to Band Aid sang 'We Are the World'?
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The following are words from which Christmas song: the choir of children sing their song they practiced all year long
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The following is a 17th century English recipe for wassail, a popular Christmas drink. 'Next crowne the bowle full with gentle lambs wool add sugar, nutmeg and ginger. with a store of ale too; and this ye must doe to make a Wassaile a swinger' What is 'gentle lambs wool' ? a. merange, b. pulp of roasted apple, c. double cream, d. lambs wool
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What size was Tim in 'A Christmas Carol'?
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What country did poinsettias originally come from?
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In which year’s Queens Christmas Day speech, did Queen Elizabeth II refer to having an 'Anus Horribilis'?
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Most of us have had to eat 'humble pie' at least once in our lives. During Elizabethan times it was popular at Christmas feasts. What was the main ingredient?
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Revealed in January 1994 Queen Elizabeth had banned family and aides from repeating which 2 words that she had used in a previous Christmas day address
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So legend has it, whilst poking at a fire, the London-based sweet shop owner Tom Smith got the inspiration to make what Christmas dinner accessory?
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The Bible doesnt say when Jesus was born. Pope Julius I made this decision in which year ? a. 50 AD, b. 350 AD, c. 750 AD, d. 1250 AD
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The following are words from which Christmas song: once bitten and twice shy I keep my distance
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Which form of clean 'transport' do Norwegians hide away somewhere in the house on Christmas Eve as a precautionary measure ?
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Which important spice found in many a Christmas dish or drink stems originally from the Moluccan spice islands ? It may help after you have eaten too many sweets!!
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Which people first brought Christmas to the New World in colonial times?
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: The Bells of
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Complete the title of each of the following Christmas film: We're no
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Died Christmas Day 1946. US movie-actor / comedian. Noted for his quotes such as, “Anyone who hates small dogs and children can’t be all bad”?
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In Dickens ''Christmas Carol', how many children does Bob Cratchit have?
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In order to make their geese happier, fatter & tastier for the coming Christmas season, farmers in Cheshire a) dress them in woolly hats & scarves, b) feed them mulled wine, c) put up heaters in the coops or d) let them live in their houses?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: kala christouyenna
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In which country does an ugly old witch named Bafana deliver presents on the 6th of December? a. Australia, b. Austria, c. Italy, d. Mexico
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On 26th December of what year was the USSR officially dissolved?
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Which Christmas food can be traced all the way back to the 1420s and was originally a way of preserving meat at the end of the season?
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Which is the biggest selling novelty Christmas single of all time in the USA? (Song and artists please)
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Which Victorian cook wrote a definitive guide to Christmas?
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True or False: The word turkey is a North American Indian word that literally means fat noisy bird
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Who became Emperor of Japan on Christmas Day 1926?
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On Christmas Day in 1085, King William ordered a complete survey of England - what was it called?
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True or False: In the French version of the song The 12 Days of Christmas, on the 11th day my true love sent me 11 bosomy maidens.
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In which movie does Tim Allen become Father Christmas after he falls off the roof and dies?
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In which film does Zach Gilligan get a Christmas present from his Dad that he can't get wet, can't feed after midnight and can't put in direct sunlight?
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Which family is featured in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation?
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Which Arnold Schwarzenegger festive howler has been voted the biggest ever Christmas turkey in a poll of 30,000 film fans?
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Which actor played a police officer in the video of the Pogues’ Christmas classic 'A Fairytale of New York'?
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In `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`, what does the partridge in the pear tree represent? God, Jesus or Love?
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A Christmas present for country western fans. Who sang 'It was Christmas in prison the food was real good, we had turkey and pistols carved out of wood' ? a. Willy Nelson, b. Johnny Cash, c. John Prine, d. Garth Brooks
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: mele kalikimaka
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What was the title of the theme to The Snowman, taken into the charts by Aled Jones?
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What were the two all time best selling songs in the USA in 1949? (both are Christmas songs)
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Which artist was famous for his many paintings of the Madonna with Baby Jesus: a. Raphael, b. Goya, c. Jackson Pollock, d. Marc Chagall?
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Who sang the following Christmas song: I believe in Father Christmas
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The following words are from which Christmas song: I don't know if there'll be snow but have a cup of cheer
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In the pantomime, what is Aladdin's surname?
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Which Wallace & Gromit movie, set at Christmas and first aired on 24 December, won the 1995 Oscar for best Animated Short Film? (BQ: Which recurring character was introduced in the movie?)
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What was the name Jona Lewie's Christmas single?
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Which duo dressed up as Batman and Robin to go to a fancy dress ball on their 1996 Christmas Day Special?
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Which actor and singer died on Christmas Day 1995 and was known as ‘America’s favourite drunk’?
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In which town did Joseph & Mary live after they were married?
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Who said 'I'm walking backwards till Christmas'?
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Harry Belafonte had a Number 1 UK hit in November 1957 with the song Mary’s Boy Child. Who reached the same position with the same song in December 1978?
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Which actor born in 1920 had the real name Joe Yule Jnr?
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Which famous pop star appeared in the 1983 film, 'Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence'?
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If at Christmas, you received a lebkuchen, what should you do with it?
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Which famous Hollywood ex-couple got married on Christmas Eve, 1990?
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Where was I when I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus?
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Which Christmas carol contains the words ‘O tidings of Comfort and joy'?
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What is the last ghost called in ‘A Christmas Carol’?
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In ‘it's a Wonderful Life’, what kind of spirit is Clarence?
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What did Karen, Richard and Joseph have in common?
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True or false: St Nicholas is the patron saint of sailors'?
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George Frederick Handel's Christmas oratorio, The Messiah, was first performed in 1742 in a) London, b) Dublin, c) Vienna, or d) Jerusalem?
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The music to 'Silent Night' was originally written for a a) guitar, b) piano, c) harpsichord or d) pipe organ?
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Complete the title of the following Christmas film: Holiday
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Which country’s equivalent to Santa delivers gifts on Christmas Eve in the company of a not so very nice butcher who had previously tried (without success) to pickle children alive in brine barrels ? a. Italy, b. France, c. Russia, d. Spain
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When exactly is 'The Twelfth Night’?
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In which celebrated film does James Stewart attempt suicide one Christmas?
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The following words are from which Christmas song: all ye nations rise, join the triumph of the skies
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Who banned Christmas festivities as heathen practice in 1652?
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In North America, which organisation is always the first to spot that Santa is underway?
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In what country was Christmas banned from 1960 until 1997 when it was reinstated to commemorate a papal visit?
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Who sang the Christmas song Reggae Christmas?
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What do George C. Scott, Alastair Sim, Daffy Duck, Patrick Stewart, Michael Caine, Fred Flintstone and Jim Carrey all have in common?
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In February 1993 Queen Elizabeth issued a writ against which newspaper over the publication of her Christmas day speech?
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In ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’, what were there eight of?
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Who said 'At Christmas I no more desire a rose, Than wish a snow in May's new-fangled shows; But like of each thing that in season grows.'?
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In which country does Christmas Day coincide with the birth anniversary of Jinnah - the founder of the nation?
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True or false: The needles in some types of Christmas trees are a good source of Vitamin E.
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In the song 'All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth', why does the singer want the two front teeth?
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The following words mean 'Merry Christmas' in which language: god jul
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True or false: A long time ago Xmas pudding was actually a porridge... with fruit and alcohol.
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Other than blue, which other colours are mentioned in the Elvis song 'Blue Christmas'?
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The following is a 17th century English recipe for wassail, a Christmas drink. 'Crowne the bowle full with gentle lamb’s wool add sugar, nutmeg and ginger. With a store of ale too; and this ye must doe to make a Wassaile a swinger' What is 'gentle lamb’s wool' ? a. merange, b. pulp of roasted apple, c. double cream, d. lambs wool
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On 26th December 1898, Marie and Pierre Curie announced the discovery of which element?
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What bird did Queen Elizabeth I decree should be eaten at Christmas?
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If you were celebrating Uphellia after Christmas, where would you be?
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What is the name of Aladdin's mother?
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In the song `the twelve days of Christmas`, what did my true love send to me on the 9th day?
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On Christmas Day 1977, Charlie Chaplin died in a) Switzerland, b) England, c) USA or d) Canada?
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Which Jamaican musician, who’s nicknames included Cool Ruler and Lonely Lover, passed away in October 2010 after a long battle with lung cancer?
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In which city were the 2010 Winter Olympics held? (Several cities hosted events but which city featured on the logo of the competition?)
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Which international organisation designated 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity and International Year of Youth.
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At the end of February 2010, an 8.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in which country, triggering a tsunami over the Pacific? (It was one of the largest in recorded history)
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The President of which country was tragically among 96 killed when their airplane crashes in western Russia back in April 2010?
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Which English performer, impresario, self-publicist and former manager of two well-known punk bands died in Switzerland in April 2010?
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Where, in January 2010, was the tallest man-made structure to date officially opened?
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Name either of the two hosts of the 82nd Academy Awards that took place in March 2010.
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In January 2010, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake occurred in Haiti, devastating the nation's capital. Name the capital city.
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In May 2010, the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund agreed to a €110 billion bailout package for which country?
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Which movie won “Best Picture” at the 82nd Academy Awards?
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33 miners near Copiapó, Chile, trapped 700m underground after a mining accident in San José Mine, were brought back to the surface after surviving for how many days?
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Where was Deepwater Horizon?
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Why was a place named “EYJAFJALLAJÖKULL” so dominant in the news? (Spell the place name to your quiz players)
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According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2009 was the Year of which animal? For a bonus point: ironically, what is this animal said to symbolise?
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Which famous film director was arrested in September 2009 in Switzerland on a United States arrest warrant?
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Which Olympic champion was banned from his sport for three months after a British 'newspaper' published a photograph of him smoking marijuana?
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Who, in November 2009, was designated the first permanent President of the European Council and which position of power did he hold at the time?
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Online, reactions to which worldwide-covered event crippled many major websites and services, as the abundance of people accessing the web addresses pushed internet traffic to unprecedented and historic levels?
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Who in March 2009 said 'Aids is a tragedy that cannot be overcome by money alone, and that cannot be overcome through the distribution of condoms, which even aggravates the problem'?
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How old was Michael Jackson when he died?
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Who was sworn in as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe in February 2009?
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Who was awarded the Nobel peace prize in 2009?
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At the start of 2009, the Czech Republic took over the presidency of the Council of the European Union, but from which country?
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Which popular American character actor of stage, director, martial artist, spokesman and singer, best known for his work in the 1970s television series Kung Fu, tragically died in June 2009?
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Two European countries joined the NATO in April 2009. Name them
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Geir Haarde resigned as Prime Minister of which country after the government and banking system of his country collapsed?
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Which political leader was quoted as saying 'I will take questions from the guys but from the girls I want telephone numbers' ?
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How many weeks was the album Dark Side Of The Moon in the US hit parade?
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How many towns in the USA are called Santa Claus?
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The coldest temperature ever recorded (correct as of December 2009) was in Antarctica in 1983. In degrees Celsius, what was the temperature?
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When was the first charity Christmas card mass-produced?
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How fast can an average turkey run?
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How big was the world’s biggest snowman, built in Maine USA back in 1999?
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Up to what maximum speed can a wild turkey fly?
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On average, what percentage of American homes eat Turkey at Christmas?
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In which year was the very first pantomime performed in the United Kingdom?
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How many fires erupted in the April 18th, 1906 San Francisco earthquake?
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The World's 2nd largest desert is the Australian Desert. How many square miles (sq kilometres) does it occupy?
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How long is the Suez Canal in kilometres?
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Over how many rounds did John L Sullivan beat Jake Kilrain in 1889 in the last bare knuckle World Heavyweight boxing contest?
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In which year did James Plimpton invent the 4 Wheel Roller Skates?
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How deep is the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean?
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How many people has Rambo liquidated in all four Rambo films?
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How many Dollars did the US pay Russia for Alaska?
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How many millionaires were aboard the ill-fated Titanic?
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According to Guinness Brewing Company, facial hair is responsible for an incredible amount of wasted beer. They estimate that as many as how many pints of their beer are trapped in moustaches and wiped away every year?
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Many people know (thanks to many pub quiz questions being written about such fact) that England's oldest ally is Portugal, thanks to the two countries signing the Treaty of Windsor. In which year was the treaty signed, marking the start of this long allegiance?
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Who was sang about a Blue Christmas in 1957?
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In what year were the first electric Christmas lights used? (+/-20 years)
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Which song contains the lyric: 'Glory shone around'?
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