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  1. The author of which 1979 novel – one of the biggest selling in history – was known as VC Andrews in America and Virginia Andrews in Britain?

  2. With which fruit do Muslims traditionally break the fast after sunset during Ramadan?

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    Which football team’s home ground is Tynecastle Park (above) in Edinburgh?

  4. In which 2003 film do Hugh Grant and Emma Thompson play a brother and sister?

  5. Which of the traditional names of Santa’s reindeer is taken from classical mythology?

  6. Francesca da Rimini was the original name of which Rodin sculpture?

  7. Bosworth Field was the last major battle of which conflict?

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    What was the only British number one single – and hit of any kind – by the German band Nena (above)?

  9. What name is given to the group of modern languages derived from Vulgar (ie colloquial) Latin?

  10. What’s the common name for the document that allows foreign nationals to live and work permanently in the US?

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