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1. Which Yorkshire town boasted a Butlin's holiday camp from 1945 until 1983? 2. With which historical event of 1910-1913 does Beryl Bainbridge's 1991 novel The Birthday Boys deal? 3. Which series of video games features the characters Guybrush Threepwood, Elaine Marley and LeChuck? 4. Which current FA Premier League club was sold for PS1 in July 2001? 5. William Adelin, who drowned in the sinking of The White Ship in 1120, was the son and heir of which English king? 6. Comedian Greg Davies played teacher Mr Gilbert in which TV series following the exploits of four suburban teenagers? 7. What was the stage name of the popular Victorian music hall performer George Galvin? 8. From which scientist does the element with the atomic number 99 take its name? 9. Which tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne is sometimes known as the Blinking Eye Bridge? 10. Which US state can claim the most US presidents by their place of birth?

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Greg Davies - see Question 6

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Dec 21, 2015
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