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1. What American slang word meaning to leave a place hurriedly comes from the Spanish for "Let's go"?

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1. What phrase links a long-awaited 1994 album and a 1920 poem by WB Yeats?

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1. What Italian word is used to describe the use of strong contrasts between light and dark in art?

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1. Which wartime word, now used figuratively to mean criticism, is a contraction of the German Fliegerabwehrkanone?

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1. "Pop Looks Bach" has been the theme of which regular BBC sports programme since its inception in 1978.

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1. On 5 June, 1968, who died in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles?

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Car choice: Can a safe car be stylish?

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I never knew you could plug a camper van into the mains. Did you? The revelation came to me in the Carlyon Bay Caravan and Camping Park, Cornwall. All I had done on taking delivery of our test vehicle, a new Volkswagen California camper van, was hop in it and drive down there, slightly dreading the idea of living in the thing.

Abarth puts soul back into Fiat

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Classic cars: Renault Dauphine

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Road Test: Mercedes-Benz C-class estate

Everything you'd expect from a Benz is here in this sophisticated beast of burden, says John Simister

Last chance to buy: Proton Gen-2

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Czech carmakers: and you thought they only made Skodas?

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Mercedes' latest AMG puts F1 pace at your feet

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The Verdict: Saab 9-3 Biopower Vector Sport Estate

Saab's bioethanol flagship is full of useful and unusual detail, but needs a stronger nudge from the Chancellor to take off, says David Wilkins

James Daley: Make mine a double, I'm catching a cab

While there are many great things about cycling to work – and it'll take incapacitation for me to give it up – it can sometimes prove to be quite a headache logistically. If you're planning to go out for a few drinks in town after work, you have to make a decision to either leave your bike at the office, not cycle at all that day, or take your wheels with you and risk riding home tipsy.

James Daley: The Cycling Column

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