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May 2003    (Questions 1 to 20 of 124)What is Johnny Rotten`s real name?
John LydonWhich J. C. won two of the four tennis Grand Slam tournaments in 1992?
Jim CourierWhat is the capital of Jamaica?
KingstonWho was the first occupant of Poets Corner in Westminster Abbey?
Geoffrey ChaucerWhich of the following books of the Bible comes in the New Testament? Judges, Colossians or Proverbs?
ColossiansWhat was the profession of Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone?
Teacher (of deaf and dumb children)What is Hypnophobia the fear of?
SleepWhat was the title of George Harrison`s 1987 hit single which reached number 2 in the UK charts?
`Got My Mind Set On You`What does the letter `Q` stand for in QANTAS, the Australian international airline?
QueenslandIn the film and TV series, what does the letter `A` stand for in `M*A*S*H`?
ArmyIn what 1984 film did Sean Connery return as James Bond?
`Never Say Never Again`Which actress played the title role in the TV series `Foxy Lady`?
Diane KeenIn which European country would you find the cities of Kiev and Odesa?
UkraineWhat is the longest river in Scotland?
The TayWhich Alfred Hitchcock film features a wheelchair bound James Stewart convinced that a neighbour has committed murder?
`Rear Window`What is the only continent which does not have any reptiles or snakes?
AntarcticaWhat would William Shakespeares plays `Twelfth Night` and `Much Ado About Nothing` be classed as? Comedies, Histories or Tragedies?
ComediesBranches of which tree appear on the UN flag?
OliveWhat nationality was Hans Christian Anderson?
DanishWhat is the lighest element?
Hydrogen

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