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1. Which group, who had UK chart hits in the '50s, '60s and '70s, and currently exists in two versions, has had more than 60 members?

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1. Which Hollywood Western actor was partly educated at Dunstable Grammar School in Bedfordshire?

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1. The novels 'The Conservationist', 'Holiday', 'The English Patient' and 'Sacred Hunger'. What's the link?

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The Hughes H-4 Hercules aircraft designed by Howard Hughes was known as what?

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1. Despite being made from birch wood, the Hughes H-4 Hercules aircraft designed by Howard Hughes was known as what?

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A gang featured in US folk singer Woody Guthrie's autobiographical novel 'Bound for Glory' gave its name to which new wave band of the late 1970s and early '80s?

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1. Robusto, Lonsdale, Belicoso and Churchill are all what?

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1. Who is currently the oldest living Oscar winner for their role in 1936's "The Great Ziegfeld"?

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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?

12 best women's watches

From sports-luxe styles to elegant bracelets, we find timepieces to keep you punctual this summer

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1. What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet?

10 best dresses for Royal Ascot

Looking for occasion wear that will meet the approval of the track 'fashion police'? We head to the races

11 best maxi dresses

Beacuse nothing says summer like the swish and swirl of a maxi dress

10 best electric fans

If you can't take the heat, we've found gadgets to keep temperatures cool at home or in the office

10 best vases

Whether you use it to display some beautiful blooms or just to jazz up a mantelpiece, a striking vase can go a long way

10 best compact system cameras

Upgrade your point and shoot to a versatile gadget that will deliver envy-inducing photos

11 best kids' summer shoes

Whether they're into minions, dinos, sparkles or daisies, we've got sandals to keep them comfortable and their feet protected as the mercury rises

11 best single-origin coffees

It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee. We sampled the single estate offerings from Ethiopia to Mexico to enliven your choice of morning beverages

10 best gins

Whether you like it shaken in your martini or stirred with a splash of tonic, we raise a glass to World Gin Day this Saturday

10 best beach towels

10 best beach towels

Whether it’s Barbados or Brighton, lying on a sun lounger or dry off after some lengths, we've got a towel that will do the trick

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10 best Father's Day grooming gifts

Dads deserve a bit of pampering, too – albeit in a completely manly and stiff-upper-lip way. We’ve found the products that will do the trick

10 best swimsuits

Off on holidays soon? Update your beach and poolside wardrobe with fashion-forward swimwear

11 best tinted moisturisers

Pack away your foundation and move into barely-there summer skin with a tinted moisturiser

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