Q: Which of these is a type of insect?

A. Eyewing
B. Earwig
C. Lipwing
D. Nosewig


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Q: In sport, which of these phrases means each side has the same member of points or goals?

A. All round
B. All square
C. All oblong
D. All conical


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Q: Which Australian mammal is described as 'duck-billed'?

A. Platypus
B. Wombat
C. Wallaby
D. Koala


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Q: Which part of the body make another name for weaponry?

A. Arms
B. Legs
C. Shoulders
D. Ankles


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Q: Which stringy item is used to clean between the teeth?

A. Dental moss
B. Dental gloss
C. Dental floss
D. Dental dross


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Q: Which of these is a method of photographic bones?

A. Q-rays
B. X-rays
C. Y-rays
D. U-rays


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Q: Which of these words refers to expensive or to top quality goods?

A. Up-trade
B. Up-emporia
C. Up-Shop
D. Up-market


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Q: What does someone do with his head to indicate 'no'?

A. Nod
B. Shake
C. Swivel
D. Rub


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Q: Which London street is the home of Prime Minister?

A. Regent Street
B. Sloane Street
C. Harley Street
D. Downing Street


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Q: According to the proverb, which city was not built in a day?

A. Rome
B. Bradford
C. Bruges
D. Southampton


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