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1. The term hibernation refers to an animal's period of inactivity in what type of climate: warm or cold? 2. In food, what is a fiery soup whose name means pepper water? 3. In geography, Hertford is the administrative centre of which country in the UK? 4. According to the title, who - Calls in the J B Priestley play? 5. Singer Adam Rickitt, who had a 1999 top-ten hit single with I Breathe Again, was formerly an actor in TV soap opera? 6. What P is the small dried berry of the pepper plant? 7. Who played the character Mickey Saxe in the 1986 film Hannah and Her Sisters? 8. In history, in which century did the American War of Independence take place? 9. In the TV comedy Fraser, what is Martin's dog called? 10. Which BBC children's TV programme began each episode with the words, Here is a house, Here is a door.

Windows - one, two, three, four? 11. With which sport would you associate Rod Laver? 12. Which 1990s boy band became the first group since The Beatles to have four consecutive UK number ones? 13. In science, what D is the name given to quantities of information that are processed by a computer? 14. In Australia, which is further east: Brisbane or Melbourne? 15. In which country was silent film actor and comic Buster Keaton born? 16. In literature, in Spenser's The Faerie Queene, published in the sixteenth century, what type of creature was Orgoglio: a giant or an elf? 17. In science, hexose is a simple sugar with how many carbon atoms? 18. In TV, actor Stephen Tompkinson starred in which award-winning comedy as a ruthless reporter? 19. In the children's Mr Men stories, what colour is Mr Bounce? 20. In history, in which century did Abraham Lincoln die? Extracted from The Weakest Link Quiz Book: Bumper Edition (Penguin, pounds 7.99) [umlaut] BBC 2001, published by arrangement with the BBC.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jan 1, 2011
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