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New Zealander Barry Briggs was a world champion at which sport? So called because of a type of tree that abounds there, what in America is the Buckeye State? The Knesset is the parliament of which country? The name of which make of car, when translated, means car for the people? What astronomically are Encke's, Biela's and Donati's? 6. What do the initials JB stand for in JB Priestley? 7. What name links a city and seaport on the island of Honshu, Japan, and a breed of dog? 8. Which military institution opened at Cranwell in Lincolnshire in 1920? 9. Stephen Merchant co-wrote which popular British TV sitcoms with Ricky Gervais? 10. What name is given to the character placed under a 'c' in French to indicate a soft prounciation?

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Stephen Merchant - see Question 9

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 23, 2015
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