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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?

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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?

The Big Question: Is the cervical cancer vaccine safe, and should girls stop taking it?

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