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1. Thurles, 26 March 1992; Towcester, 7 November 2013. What?

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1. Published in 1958, set in the 1860s, it's the biggest-selling Italian novel ever and was made into a 1963 film starring Burt Lancaster Which novel?

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1. Oliver Baker, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, and Julia Samuel are among those who recently became what?

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1. Awaji Island, Baden-Baden and Rustenburg were all what?

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1. Who first referred to the Conservative Party as the "nasty party"?

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1. In the navigational sense, what does GPS stand for?

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1. What was first declared upon the accession to the French throne of Charles VII, following the death of his father Charles VI in 1422?

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1. The Medici dynasty was centred on which city?

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1. The two factions created by the 1904 split in the Russian revolutionary movement were the Bolsheviks and who?

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1. The State Hermitage in St Petersburg.

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1. It has more than 3m items, including the largest collection of paintings in the world. Which museum?

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1. Widely regarded as the world’s first pop festival, it took place in California in June 1967. Which festival?

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1 Monterey.

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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?

10 best sherries

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10 best clutch bags

10 best clutch bags

Make a style statement with these bold and bright carriers that will see you through from day to night

World First Aid Day: 10 best first aid kits

This Saturday is World First Aid Day, so make sure you’ve got the gear to help out, whether you’re at home, in the car or up a mountain

10 best desk lamps

Back to school, uni and work means studying and evening laptop sessions. IndyBest finds handsome pieces to light your workspace

16 best hair oils

If your locks are stressed out after summer holidays, treat your tresses to a moisturising hair oil

10 best sports bras

No gym, running or cycling kit is complete without some decent support. IndyBest puts underwear designed for action through its paces

10 best slow cookers

10 best slow cookers

First introduced in the 1970s, slow cookers soon became the must-have gadget for suburban mums. But unlike many of the cooking fads of that time, they stood the test of time and are in fact currently flying off the shelves as cash-strapped, time poor and eco-friendly consumers look for cheaper, easier and more energy-efficient ways to cook.

This is easily the best time of year to buy one. With the evenings soon starting to draw in, there is nothing better than coming home to a rich, delicious smelling casserole waiting on the kitchen table.

The Saturday Quiz answers

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

9 best four-slice toasters

Make sure there's space to feed all the family at breakfast with one of these gadgets

10 best ankle boots for autumn

From wear-with-everything Chelsea boots to leopard print lace-ups, here’s versatile  footwear to see you through  the transitional weeks

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Strictly Come Dancing 2014: 10 best dancewear

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ is back on our screens this weekend, so get  with the programme and gear up for your own performance

9 best steam generator irons

To get through your ironing as swiftly as possible, invest in one of these efficient gadgets

10 best wireless speakers

Get the party started with these stylish and powerful cord-free gadgets for your home

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