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1. What name has been given to the new species of the genus Mastigoteuthis which was discovered in one of the deep-sea pipelines of the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority off the Hawaiian Islands in the summer of 2007?
2. Which Austrian medical doctor and psychologist, born in 1870, founded the school of Individual Psychology?
3. How many points are awarded for a goal in Gaelic football?
4. Which French chemist, who named oxygen in 1778, disproved the phlogiston theory of combustion?
5. Which former Olympic gold medallist became the Member of Parliament for Peterborough in 1931?
6. Isca Dumnoniorum was the Roman name for which English city?
7. Mount Smolikas is the highest peak in which European mountain range?
8. In the English translations of the Asterix comics, what is the name of village leader, a middle-aged, obese man with red hair, pigtails and a huge moustache?
9. Which Welsh painter, born in 1876, whose famous works include 'A Corner of the Artist's Room', became the mistress of the French sculptor Auguste Rodin?
10. Which mountain range in the Sudetes in Central Europe is sometimes known as the Giant Mountains?
11. Encamp, Canillo and Ordino are three of the seven parishes into which which European country is divided?
12. In 1980, which Panamanian boxer became the first person to defeat Sugar Ray Leonard?
13. The Emperor is the largest species of penguin; which is the smallest?
14. Which American First Lady is perhaps best remembered for rescuing a portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart from the White House when British troops burnt Washington DC in 1814?
15. Radama II was the king of which African country until his assassination in 1863?
16. In which town in Texas were 83 people killed in a stand-off between the FBI and the Branch Davidian sect in 1993?
17. Which of Elizabeth Taylor's husbands died in a plane crash in 1958?
18. Which British composer was appointed Master of the Queen's Music in 2004?
19. Which term, coined by the French poet Guillaume Apollinaire in 1912, describes the paintings of Robert Delaunay and members of the Puteaux Group whose works were rooted in Cubism but moved toward a pure lyrical abstraction, seeing painting as the bringing together of a sensation of bright colours?
20. Banski Dvori is a historical building that serves as the official residence of the government of which country?
21. Who became the 5th President of Albania in July 2007 when he replaced Alfred Moisiu?
22. Which American invented the computer mouse whilst working at the Stamford Research Institute in 1964?
23. In Greek mythology, who was the Muse of Astronomy?
24. Which German admiral of the First World War is best remembered for commanding the German Battlecruisers at the Battle of Jutland?
25. By what name is the Indian landmark Harmandir Sahib better known?
26. Which city was the capital of Burma between 1860 – 1865, prior to Rangoon becoming capital?
27. Which was the last American state to abolish slavery?
28. What is the stagename of Christopher James Hardman, who featured on the second series of 'Gene Simmons' Rock School' and reached number 3 in the UK charts with his first single 'Checkin' It Out' in September 2006?
29. Who wrote the poem 'Two Loves' that contains the famous line, “I am the love that dare not speak its name”?
30. Which former Soviet state abolished capital punishment on June 27, 2007?
31. Who was the Croatian-Serb politician, who led Croatia's Serb minority during the Croatian War of Independence, who, on 12 June 2007, was found guilty of murder and persecution committed while he was leader of the Krajina Serb republic between 1991 and 1995?
32. In 1968, who became the first black woman to be elected to Congress in the United States?
33. In Greek mythology, what was the name of the daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta?
34. What was the name of the sister ship of the Titanic that was sunk in 1916 after hitting a mine off the coast of Greece?
35. Which Italian island is the largest island in the Tuscan Archipelago?
36. Which 20th Century sculptor brought a law suit against US Customs because they wanted to charge duty on an imported bronze sculpture that they considered to be nothing more than raw material?
37. Although it only made number 7 in the UK charts in 1981, which was the best-selling single in the US of the 1980s?
38. In the British sit-com 'Red Dwarf', for what did the J stand in the name of the character Arnold J. Rimmer, played by Chris Barrie?
39. Belonging to Launce in 'The Two Gentleman of Verona', what is the name of the only dog to be named in any of Shakespeare's plays?
40. Twenty two people were killed in June 2007 when a Paramount Airlines helicopter crashed in which country?
41. Which Inter Milan player won the FIFA World Footballer of the Year Award in 1991?
42. The most common form of the condition goitre in humans results from a lack of which element?
43. Which book of the New Testament tells the story of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, which includes the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer?
44. Which English King signed the Treaty of Dover with France in which he promised to support French policy in Europe in return for a French subsidy?
45. What was the name of Arsenal tube station prior to it being renamed after the football club in 1932?
46. In Dickens' 'A Tale of Two Cities', who is the villainous woman who uses patterns in her knitting to register the names and description of enemies of the French Revolution?
47. Released in 1997, 'A.D.I.D.A.S.' was the breakthrough single for the Californian nu-metal band Korn; for what did the acronym A.D.I.D.A.S. stand?
48. Białowieża Primaeval Forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that straddles the border between which two European countries?
49. What name was adopted by the Florentine painter born Paolo di Dono in 1397?
50. Adopted in February 1998, which European country's national anthem was written by Dušan Šestić?
And the answers?:
2. ALFRED ADLER
4. ANTOINE LAVOISIER
5. LORD BURGHLEY (DAVID CECIL)
7. PINDUS MOUNTAINS
9. GWEN JOHNS
10. KARKONOSZE (or KRKONOŠE) MOUNTAINS
12. ROBERTO DURÁN
13. FAIRY PENGUIN
14. DOLLY MADISON
17. MIKE TODD
18. PETER MAXWELL DAVIES
21. BAMIR TOPI
22. DOUGLAS ENGELBART
24. FRANZ VON HIPPER
25. GOLDEN TEMPLE (OF AMRITSAR)
28. LIL' CHRIS
29. LORD ALFRED DOUGLAS
31. MILAN MARTIĆ
32. SHIRLEY CHISHOLM
36. CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI
37. PHYSICAL (by OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN)
40. SIERRA LEONE
41. LOTHAR MATTHÄUS
44. CHARLES II
45. GILLESPIE ROAD
46. MADAME DEFARGE
47. ALL DAY I DREAM ABOUT SEX
48. POLAND & BELARUS
49. PAOLO UCCELLO