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1. What do Harry Redknapp, Stevie Wonder and Bill Pullman all lack?

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1. Which social policy began in Iceland in 1915 and lasted there, to some extent, until 1 March 1989?

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1. What term was introduced in 1899 by the sociologist Thorstein Veblen to signify the behavioural characteristics of the newly wealthy?

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1. Who is the only actor to have earned an Emmy nomination for the same part in three shows?

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1. The failed Lionel Bart musical "Twang!!" was based on the exploits of which fictional character?

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Sir Chris Hoy won six Olympic golds - in which four events?

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1. Harry Nilsson's flat in Curzon Street, Mayfair, saw two pop stars' deaths, one in 1974, the other in 1978. Whose?

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What was this name of this film, starring Leonardo di Caprio as confidence trickster Frank Abagnale Jr?

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1. Which was the second country in the world, after Great Britain, to issue postage stamps valid within the entire country?

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1. Massachusetts state senate governor Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814) gave his name to what type of political manipulation?

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When it comes to babies, organic is ideal for its softest cotton clothing, chemical free fabrics and the purest, natural toiletries. Here we present the best gifts to take care of babies’ sensitive skin.

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