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QUESTION: Who in 1973 said, 'There can be no whitewash, at the Whitehouse'? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Richard Nixon ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: How Many Us States Feature In Their Name A Point You Will Find On A Compass? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 5 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In which sport would you find the Sag Wagon? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Cycling - it picks up dropouts ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In which city is the CN Tower? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Toronto ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: If you had 2 eight enders in one bonspiel what are you playing? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Curling ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Name The Group That Linked With Motorhead On The St Valentines Day Massacre EP? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Girlschool ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Epic', 'From Out Of Nowhere' And 'Falling To Pieces' Were Early 90's Tracks From Which US Band? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Faith No More ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What are the Sandwich Islands now called? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Hawaii ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Which Year Did Bucks Fizz Win The Eurovision Song Contest? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 1981 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Links Cliff Richard, Vivien Leigh, Paddy Ashdown, Joanna Lumley, Spike Milligan,? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: All Born In India ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Alberta what is it illegal to paint ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Wooden log ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which club did Jose Mourinho leave to become manager of Chelsea in 2004? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Porto ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Played The Title Role In The 2005 Film 'Nanny McPhee'? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Emma Thompson ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Brenda, Dolly, Jean Anita & Twinkle are collectively known as what? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Dinner Ladies ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Was The One Hit Wonder For Little Anthony And The Imperials In 1976? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Better Loose Your Head ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: How Old Was Shirley Temple When She Appeared In Her First Short Film? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Three ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Has Recorded Singles With Paul McCartney, Julio Iglesias & Diana Ross? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Stevie Wonder ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which London Mayor Introduced The Congestion Charge? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Ken Livingston ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Whose Debut Album 'I Should Coco' Reached No.1 In The UK Album Charts? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Supergrass ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In France it's called a Chevalier, in Germany a Ritter, Spain, a Caballero. What is it called in English? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Knight ↔◊↔◊↔

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