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  1. In the human body, what’s the common name for the axilla?

  2. Which Scottish explorer wrote the 1799 bestseller Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa?

  3. Paul Morel is the main character in which novel by DH Lawrence?

  4. What measured 3/4in x 7/8in, had two star-like designs at the top and became valid for use on May 6 1840?

  5. What phrase was coined in 1943 by Edgar Peers, referring to British universities founded in the 19th and early 20th centuries?

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    In computing, what does the “M” stand for in both RAM and ROM (above)?

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    What common pub name comes from the emblem used by Richard II (above)?

  8. What did James Joyce describe as “snotgreen” and Homer as “wine-dark”?

  9. Vin Diesel plays Dominic Toretto in which movie franchise?

  10. Which 1793 invention by Eli Whitney transformed the economy of the American South?

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