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QUESTION: Who Live At ' 1313 Mockingbird Lane, Mockingbird Heights '? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The Munsters ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who In 1968 Made What Is Known As "The Jump Into The 21 st Century"? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Bob Beamon ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Sabotage is a French word - What did the saboteurs use? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Shoes - sabot means shoe ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Land Rover And Volvo Are Owned By Which Company? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Ford ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: How many strings has a Ukulele? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 4 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which famous footballer joined Japanese side Grampus Eight? In 1992? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Gary Lineker ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: "What Is Common To The Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Monaco, Denmark & Portugal "? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: They All Have A Coastline And A Land Border With Only 1 Other Country ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Is Sinē A+ Cosē Equal To? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 1 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who's Catchphrase Was 'Izzy Wizzy Let's Get Busy'? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Sooty ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What type of racing has only two cars competing on the track at the same time? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Drag Racing ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: How Many clubs were there in the Premier League in 1997/8? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 20 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: The Word Eskimo Means Eaters Of What? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Raw Fish ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What polish born Immigrant started manufacturing & selling Makeup in 1903? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Max Factor ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who's number plate is SLW 287R? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Mr Beans ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Which Year Did Phil Collins Join Genesis? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 1970 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: When Were L-Plates First Introduced In Britain? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 1935 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: which was the first country to place a man-made object on the surface of the moon? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: ussr / russia, lunik 2 landed in 1959 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: For what purpose was the chow chow dog originally bred? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: As food or Chow ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Lit The Torch In The Stadium At The Sydney Olympics? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Cathy Freeman ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Name Is Given To The Ceremonial Dance Of the All Blacks Rugby Union Team? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Haka ↔◊↔◊↔