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1. What was Voltaire's dismissal of the Holy Roman Empire?
2. Which leading American got into trouble recently for wearing a T-shirt that read, "I survived Maria"?
2. William Russell of The Times is regarded as the first war correspondent because of his coverage of which war?
4. The Kelvin scale measures what?
5. "One must not put a loaded rifle on the stage if no one is thinking of firing it." Advice from which 19th-century dramatist?
6. In 1985, Olivia O'Leary became the first woman to regularly present which TV programme?
7. Which trade publication, founded in 1823 by Thomas Wakley, takes its name from an instrument which Wakley and his fellow-practioners used?
8. The fictional Rudge Comprehensive School is attended by which screen teenagers?
9. Bernardo O'Higgins liberated which country?
10. St Bride's is known as the Cathedral of which street?
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