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1. How many red balls are put into the triangle at the start of a snooker game? 2. In which continent is the Great Rift Valley to be found? 3. Which English nobleman, based in the Isle of Ely, led an unsuccessful rebellion against William the Conqueror in 1070? 4. Which day of the week is traditionally Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot? 5. Which Dutch artist, born in 1582/3, painted The Laughing Cavalier? 6. Which fish produces the roe used to make caviar? 7. Which honour did Gary Barlow receive in 2012 for services to the entertainment industry and to charity? 8. Which king was succeeded by his niece Victoria in 1837? 9. Which natural force has the greatest influence on sea tides? 10. Who set up the Continental System to try to blockade Britain?

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Gary Barlow - see Question 7
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 9, 2012
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