Questions - Answers

February 2004    (Questions 61 to 80 of 113)Who is the lead singer with the pop group Madness?Who directed the 1986 film `Stand By Me`? Rob Reiner or Robert Zemeckis?In which year was the British Library, the largest reference library in the UK, founded?In 1986, 9 moons of Uranus were discovered and named after what? Roman Gods, British Scientists or Shakesperian characters?What is the common name for the plant myosotis?What name is given to the anniversary celebrated after 2 years of marriage? Cotton, Silk or Leather?In the 1990s which team won the FA Cup final by the highest scoreline?What does H.I.V. stand for?When appearing in the credits at the end of a film, who is Alan Smithee?In which European country is the world`s longest road tunnel?Which singer played Billie Holiday in the 1972 film `Lady Sings The Blues`?In what century was the Taj Mahal built?The reference lines on a globe which circle the Earth parallel to the equator are lines of what? Longitude or Latitude?The brightest star in the night sky and one of the closest to Earth is often called the Dog Star, but what is it`s official name?Who first said `They say football is a matter of life and death. Frankly it`s much more than that`?What is the chemical symbol for the element Nickel?Which team won the 1999 Rugby World Cup?Which gangster said `I`ve been accused of every death except the casualty list of the World War`?How many hoops are used in a game of croquet?In which country did the sport of ice-hockey originate?

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