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  1. Which Bob Marley song begins “Old pirates, yes, they rob I”?

  2. What’s the only one of the 12 founding clubs of the Football League in 1888 to have won the Premier League?

  3. Which poison smells of bitter almonds?

  4. Which still-existing detective agency was founded in Chicago in 1850?

  5. Half-length portrait of King Charles I facing to the left within an oval. He has long hair, a moustache and beard, and wears a wide-brimmed hat, a lace collar and a cloak emblazoned on the left shoulder with the star of the Order of Garter.
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    King Charles I was executed outside which palace?

  6. What is defined as the random, uncontrolled movements of particles in a fluid?

  7. What is America’s biggest intercity bus company?

  8. Which sometimes derogatory term for an intellectual woman derives from an 18th-century discussion group run by Elizabeth Montagu and Elizabeth Vasey?

  9. Washington Square park is in which New York neighbourhood?

  10. Which bird’s song is traditionally said to resemble the words, “A little bit of bread and no cheese”?

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