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Medium Difficulty    (Questions 1 to 20 of 2099)
In the wild west, how was Henry McCarty better known?
Billy The Kid
What is the name of the cafe in Coronation Street?
Roy's Rolls
By number of films made which country has the largest film industry?
India
What is the highest break that can be achieved in a game of snooker?
155 (potting a free ball and then a black, followed by 15 reds, 15 blacks & all the colours)
The scientific unit LUMEN is used in the measurement of what?
Light
Who wrote Twilight series of novels?
Stephenie Meyer
What is the capital of India?
New delhi
In which city is the European Parliament based?
Strasbourg
Which country had a secret police force known as the Tonton Macoute?
Haiti
Who wrote the poem 'The Owl and the Pussycat'?
Edward Lear
What song does the main character wake up to every morning in Groundhog Day?
I Got You Babe (by Sonny and Cher)
Which Hasbro `action figure` got its name from a Robert Mitchum film?
G.I. Joe
What is the largest fresh water lake in North America?
Lake Superior
Charlotte Edwards led England`s women to World Cup glory in which sport in March 2009?
Cricket
Which supermodel is seen pole dancing in the White Stripes video for the song I Just Don`t Know What To Do With Myself?
Kate Moss
Which band has released albums titled Word Gets Around, Just Enough Education To Perform and Pull The Pin?
Stereophonics
Affenpinscher, Keeshond and Leonberger are all types of what?
Dog
In the board game Risk, what colour is Europe?
Blue
Known as the Rio Grande in the USA, what is it called in Mexico?
Rio Bravo
In what year and in what country was the first FIFA world cup held?
1930, Uruguay

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