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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the meaning of the name Irene, which comes from the Greek words eirenikos or eirene' is 'Aiming at peace'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: '"Oliver's Story" was the sequel to which best-seller by Erich Segal' is 'Love story'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A "double sheet bend" is a type of what' is 'Knot'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In horse racing, what is the straight opposite the one with the finish line' is 'Backstretch'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Shakespeare who is Romeos love - before Juliet' is 'Rosaline'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Israel on Saturday its illegal to do what' is 'Pick Your Nose'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which Country Had Their World Cup Debut In France 1998 And Ended Up Finishing 3rd' is 'Croatia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the medical name for 'hardening of the arteries'' is 'Atherosclerosis'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Welsh Cwrw pronounced koo roo is what' is 'Beer'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What part of a chicken is the 'parson's nose'' is 'Rump'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which country do the Sinhala people live' is 'Sri lanka'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What held up a Cricket test Match between England Pakistan' is 'Mouse on pitch'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Fried fish lettuce spinach is a traditional Xmas eve meal where' is 'Armenia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What instrument does an organ grinder play' is 'Hurdy gurdy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many cylinders does a V-8 engine have' is 'Eight'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What boys' toy was introduced at the annual american international toy fair in new york on feb. 9, 1964' is 'G.i joe'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Venus, Aphrodite and Hathor are all goddesses of what' is 'Love'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Mlb: who was the last American league player to win the triple crown' is 'Mickey mantle'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the most popular type of holiday greeting card mailed in the united states' is 'Christmas'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Wild canine animal with red or grey fur' is 'Fox'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Of what are the central processing units of modern computers mostly composed' is 'Silicone'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the last sequel to win best picture award' is 'Silence of the Lambs to Manhunter'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This was (until the Alaska purchase) the largest real estate deal in U.S. history' is 'The Louisiana Purchase'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the term 'gps' mean' is 'Global positioning system'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which North Italian city is a world renowned opera season held annually in the Roman arena during July and August' is 'Verona'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A flageolet is another name for what musical instrument' is 'A penny whistle'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who invented Fingerprint Classification' is 'Francis Galton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Yogi Bear's sidekick was' is 'Boo boo'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'If you were performing Christies or edging what are you doing' is 'Skiing'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Fandible, lateral line, & dorsal fin are parts of a(n) ________' is 'Fish'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The electric light first available product what's second' is 'Electric Oven'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Complete the name of the 1970s group Bachman Turner ___' is 'Overdrive'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which dance in treble time originated as a peasant dance in France and was adopted by the French court in the 18th century' is 'Minuet'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Ralph Wonderone became better known under what name' is 'Minnesota Fats'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is more addictive than all illicit drugs except crack and heroin combined' is 'Cigarettes'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the name of the dish of eggs baked with spinach' is 'Eggs Florentine'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What can be Inline, flat or v' is 'Car Cylinders'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the fear of learning known as' is 'Sophophobia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the only venomous british snake' is 'Adder'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Ranidaphobia is the fear of' is 'Frogs'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What animal is a 'rail' is 'Bird'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is Nudophobia a fear of' is 'Nudity'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Grease Two what does Stephanie want in a boyfriend' is 'A cool rider'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which modern artist created the Mother and Child Divided' is 'Damien Hurst'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which world champion heavyweight boxer held the title for the longest' is 'Joe Louis'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What geyser erupts every hour at yellowstone national park' is 'Old Faithful'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the Beatles original Bass Player' is 'Stuart Sutcliffe'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which was the last country to host both the Summer and the Winter Olympic Games in the same year' is 'Germany'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the nickname for Tennessee' is 'Volunteer state'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'An English folk dance that appeared in the fifteenth century, in which dancers wore bells on their legs and characters included a fool, a boy on a hobby horse, and a man in blackface.' is 'Morris Dance'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What opera premiered in Paignton Devon 30th December 1879' is 'Pirates of Penzance'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What scientist is credited with the discovery that there are galaxies beyond our milky way' is 'Edwin Hubble'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which sport are left handed people banned from playing' is 'Polo'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'For who was the play 'Peter Pan' exclusively written' is 'Children'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which acid is found in yoghurt' is 'Lactic'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Montana it is a felony for a wife to open her husbands what' is 'Mail'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the real identity of aquaman' is 'Arthur Curry'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the maximum number of degrees in an acute angle' is '89 degrees'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Alphabetically speaking, which is the last of the 26 Irish counties' is 'Wicklow'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the flower that stands for: divine beauty' is 'American cowslip'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the basic flavouring of Kahlua' is 'Coffee'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Jayne Austin had five brothers and one sister name her' is 'Cassandra'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What event was the interview of the Natural Born Killer, Mickey, to be held during' is 'The Superbowl'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Buddy Rich's real first name was what' is 'Bernard'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In 1985 William Beckman paid no tax on £100000 profit why' is 'William was a dog – cant pay tax'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In egyptian mythology, who is the god of the underworld' is 'Cherti'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In what is the Shannon trophy competed for' is 'World Chess Trophy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which mythological monster had nine heads' is 'Hydra'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'When was Buckingham Palace built' is '1703'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This place in Germany is also the name of a (popular) cake' is 'Black Forest'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Information from a reliable source is said to come from where' is 'Horse's mouth'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who would wear motley clothing' is 'A Jester'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which was the first ever Bond movie' is 'Dr No'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In what tv series is Sideshow Bob' is 'The Simpsons'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the first black American in space' is 'Guion Bluford'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the Norway maple often mistaken as' is 'Hard maple'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Paris and What other capital had the worlds first telephone link' is 'Brussels'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The pyramids are built of which rock' is 'Limestone'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'At which village in West Sussex was a Roman palace discovered in 1960' is 'Fishbourne'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a pregnant goldfish' is 'Twit'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who wrote 'The Invisible Man'' is 'H.G Wells'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The study of angles & their properties is called' is 'Trigonometry'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'American folklore has it that Abner Doubleday invented what at West Point' is 'Baseball'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which member of the Cabinet draws the largest salary' is 'Lord Chancellor'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the scent of an artificial hare at greyhound tracks' is 'Anise'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In what state was the largest cavalry battle in the civil war' is 'Virginia Brandy Station'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'When a U.S. army bomber crashed into the New York's Empire State Building, how many people did it kill' is 'Fourteen'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'With what country was catherine the great associated' is 'Russia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the most common disease in the world' is 'Tooth decay'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which film star was described as "A vacuum with nipples"' is 'Marilyn Munroe'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where was 'G.I Joe' introduced on February 9, 1964' is 'Annual american'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which German city was the composer Pachelbel born' is 'Nuremberg'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Jacob German in 1899 got the worlds first what in New York' is 'Speeding Ticket – 12 mph'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Something that containing both letters and numbers' is 'Alphanumeric'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the name of the spaceship in the film 'Alien'' is 'Nostromo'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the Italian word "Paparazzi" mean' is 'Little fleas'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the largest (in population) state/territory in Australia' is 'New south wales'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The small intestine is made up of the duodenum, the jejenum and what' is 'Ileum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where were both Donny and Marie Osmond born' is 'Ogden, Utah'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What did mathematician John Napier invent in 1614' is 'Logarithms'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: '1960 Orange bowl was first appearance of which sporting giant' is 'Goodyear Blimp'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Extensive cultivation of plants to yield food, feed, or fiber; to provide medicinal or industrial ingredients; or to grow ornamental products' is 'Crop farming'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Hula Hoop was illegal in what country' is 'Finland'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who had a hit with First Cut is the Deepest in 1977' is 'Rod Stuart'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Englund what was the first ironclad warship launched' is 'HMS Warrior'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the tibia' is 'Shin bone'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What year saw sugar jump from nine cents to fifty-eight cents a pound' is '1973'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'All living things contain what' is 'Water'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the film 'Star Trek First Contact', when picard shows Lilly she is orbiting Earth, Australia and Papua New Guinea are clearly visible, but which country is missing' is 'New Zealand'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Sable is the heraldic name for which colour' is 'Black'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the brand of the first sour mash whiskey made in 1835' is 'Old Crow'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What are Muharram, Rajab and Safar' is 'Months in the muslim calendar'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The novel "Weir of Hermiston" was an unfinished novel by which writer' is 'R l stevenson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the alternative name of Beethoven's sonata number 14 in C sharp minor' is 'Moonlight'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Anglo Nubian, Toggenburg and Murcian are breeds of which animal' is 'Goat'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which department uses 65% of all paper bought by U.S. Government' is 'Defence Department'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Yucatan peninsula is mainly in which country' is 'Mexico'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What Spanish islands are Gomera, Hierro & Lanzarote a part of' is 'Canary Islands'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Rickets is caused by a lack of which vitamin' is 'Vitamin D'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What historical event occurred on the 22nd January 1901' is 'Death Of Queen Victoria'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was Howdy Doody's sister's name' is 'Heidi Doody'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Nebkheperura was his first name what do we call him today' is 'Tutankamen'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the Kama-Sutra the art of which game is recommened for women to study' is 'Chess'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who wrote the book of proverbs' is 'Solomon'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'To which part of the body does the adjective 'renal' refer' is 'Kidney'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which group sang the song "Everything you want"' is 'Vertical Horizon'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In ballet, low, as in placement of arms is known as' is 'En bas'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Korea which animal is the symbol of long life' is 'The deer'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle better known as what' is 'YAHOO'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What sea separate Naples and Algiers' is 'Meditteranean'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who designed the famous cover of 'Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band'' is 'Peter Blake'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A web site with sa in the name is in what country' is 'Saudi Arabia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Billycock, Wideawake, Gibus and Mitre all types of what' is 'Hat'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which British city did Body Shop founder Annita Roddick open her very first store' is 'Brighton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What word describes the highest string on an instrument and also a mushroom' is 'Chanterelle'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This is the Southeast Asian method of dying fabric using wax to create designs.' is 'Batik'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Greek mythology, what were the golden apples' is 'Apricots'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What kind of tree did James Markham obtain a patent for' is 'Peach'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'And what the least - two tablespoons per person' is 'Egypt'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which record label signed the Rolling Stones in 1991' is 'Virgin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the world's most popular spice' is 'Pepper'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What name was given to the 17 1h century chair with shafts, borne by two servants' is 'Sedan chair'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Sacrofricosis is what sort of sexual behaviour' is 'Pocket holes public masturbation'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which spirit was once known as kill devil' is 'Rum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What's the Cray-2 immersed in' is 'Subzero flurocarbon fluid'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Harold Sakata was badly burned playing what character' is 'Odd Job in Goldfinger'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Holiday resort of Marmaris is in what country' is 'Turkey'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the lead actress in the film "Grease 2"' is 'Michelle Pfiffer'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What instrument does Woody Allen play' is 'Clarinet'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Schschpiel is what game in Germany' is 'Chess'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the movie Indiana Jones, what did one get after drinking from the Holy Grail' is 'Immortality'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where in the body would you find the carpals' is 'Wrist'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who played the title role in the 1921 film 'The Sheik'' is 'Rudolf Valentino'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which mountain peak is the highest in the western hemisphere' is 'Aconcagua'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where is Albuquerque' is 'New Mexico'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'To whom are the Jews known as Gentiles' is 'The Mormons'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who played the murder victim in the original version of 'psycho'' is 'Janet Leigh'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Struthio Cameus is the Latin name of which creature' is 'The Ostrich'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In 1998 the space probe Luna Perfecta found what on the moon' is 'Ice'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Guiseppe Verdi wrote Aida - in what city was it premiered' is 'Cairo'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The petawatt is the worlds largest what' is 'Laser'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which game is played on an oval with 18 player per team' is 'Australian football'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Sgt Jack Mills Was The Designated Driver In Which Infamous Journey In History' is 'The Great Train Robbery'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What's Mauritania's official language' is 'French'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a one humped camel called' is 'Dromedary'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What year did the first baby boomers turn 50' is '1996'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who played Dr. Kildare' is 'Richard Chamberlain'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Of the Olympic rings what colour is missing, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow' is 'Black'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which funnyman appears in a series of TV adverts for the insurance company Aviva' is 'Paul Whitehouse'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the red blood cell not have' is 'Nucleus'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many VCs were awarded in the Falklands War' is 'Two'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Two in every three buyers pays the sticker price for what item without arguing' is 'Automobile'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Ophidiophobia is the fear of' is 'Snakes'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'John McClane was fighting terrorists in a skyrise in which eighties movie' is 'Die Hard'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who's band was The Quarrymen' is 'John Lenon'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the fear of contracting poliomyelitis known as' is 'Poliosophobia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Pneumatiphobia is the fear of' is 'Spirits'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the name of the first synthetic plastic made in 1908' is 'Bakelite'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Java is part of what country' is 'Indonesia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Blazing Saddles, what is the last name of everybody in the town of Rock Ridge' is 'Johnson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Joplin Music: what band did Dion form in 1958' is 'The Belmonts'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the flower that stands for: belief' is 'Passion-flower'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In computing what does EPOS stand for' is 'Electronic Point of Sale'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which poet gave his name to a cape south of Brisbane' is 'Byron'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which is the only work by Leoncavallo most people have ever heard of' is 'I Pagliacci'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who owned the yacht Lady Ghislane' is 'Robert Maxwell'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What film series does OB Wan appear in' is 'Star Wars'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a group of moles' is 'Labor'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was Bugs Bunnies original name' is 'Happy Rabbit'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the term of an animal with pure white skin & hair & pink eyes' is 'Albino'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which Charles Dickens' novel do the characters, Mrs Pardiggle and the Jarndyce family appear' is 'Bleak house'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which country did boxer Lennox Lewis represent in the 1988 Olympics' is 'Canada'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What one word makes sense when it precedes top, drive & rock' is 'Hard'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Whose autobiography was "Can you tell what it is yet"' is 'Rolf Harris'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which character was portrayed by Robert Redford in the film Out of Africa' is 'Dennis Finch Hatton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which Scots-born engineer devised the loading mechanism of the rifle which was the standard weapon for British forces in both World Wars' is 'James Lee'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Many ancient Mayan ruins are located on which peninsula' is 'Yucatan peninsula'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A word in English with the letter combination "UU"' is 'muumuu, duumvirate, residuum, vacuum, duumvir or Continuum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Russian sled drawn by 3 horses abreast' is 'Troika'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What Australian city had the country's first steam and electric trains' is 'Melbourne'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Rosetta Jacobs became famous under what name' is 'Piper Laurie'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a sun dried grape' is 'Raisin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Hartford is the capital of ______' is 'Connecticut'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What black magazine was founded by John H Johnson in 1947' is 'Ebony'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'It is illegal to cross the Iowa state boundaries wearing what' is 'Duck on your head'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Dainty or cute to an affected degree' is 'Cutesy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What 1960 movie inspired the rash of beach party movies' is 'Where the boys are'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the collective noun for a group of tigers' is 'Streak'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A ships officer in charge of equipment and crew' is 'Boatswain'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What mates with a drake' is 'A duck'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'At what seaside resort did Britain’s first legal casino open on the 2nd June 1962' is 'Brighton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Poet Edward. E. Cummin s' christian names. What did the second E stand for' is 'Estlin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the art of tracing designs and making impressions of them' is 'Lithography'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which author created Dick Tracy' is 'Chester Gould'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who sang 'forever and ever, amen'' is 'Randy travis'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans what is missing' is 'Gibbons'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the sign BYO, seen outside some Australian eating places, mean' is 'Bring your own booze'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which buff coloured cotton comes from China' is 'Nankeen'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Maseru is the capital of which African country' is 'Lesotho'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the state bird of New Jersey' is 'Eastern goldfinch'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What in muslim countries is a' taj' is 'Brimless hat'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What actor was famous for the line "nanoo nanoo"' is 'Robin Williams'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Berry Gordy Was The Founder Of What Famous Corporation' is 'Motown'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This Tony Award-winning musical is actually a thinly veiled biography of Diana Ross and the Supremes.' is 'Dreamgirls'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which chess piece could be a member of the church' is 'Bishop'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the hero Len Deightons Ipcress File and Funeral in Berlin' is 'Not named in books Harry Palmer in films'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many litres of water vapour can be lost in a large tree in an hour by transpiration' is 'Three hundred'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the 4th U.S. president to be assassinated in office' is 'John f. kennedy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the storage polymer of plants' is 'Starch'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name most performed opera at London opera House since 1833' is 'La Boheme'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What do stock market vets call october 19, 1987' is 'Black monday'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Monument In The City Of London Is A Monument To Which Event' is 'The Great Fire Of London'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who began her career making death masks from the severed heads of those executed by the guillotine after the French Revolution' is 'Madame tussaud'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Greek mythology monster with lions head, goats body and serpents tail' is 'Chimera'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who recorded 'hejira' in 1976' is 'Joni mitchell'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Japanese word 'karate' can be translated as' is 'Open hand'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the 1983 bryan adams album which features the hit 'cuts like a knife'' is 'Cuts like a knife'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Tropical shrub used for making hair dye' is 'Henna'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the unit of work in the c.g.s. system, which was replaced by the Joule in the S.I. system' is 'The erg'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who formulated the laws which first explained the movements of the planets properly' is 'Kepler'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who played Annie Walker in Coronation Street' is 'Doris speed'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What country celebrates its National Day on 14th July' is 'France'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who flew the rocket-powered bell x-ia at a record mach 2.5' is 'Chuck Yaeger'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A plastic wrapping material containing numerous air filled bladders' is 'Bubble wrap'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is another name for a black leopard' is 'Panther'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the 1983 movie "National Lampoon's Vacation," where were the Griswolds headed on their cross country trip' is 'WalleyWorld'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which actor voices Homer Simpsons brother “Herb” in The Simpsons' is 'Danny De Vito'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name Pluto's moon' is 'Charon'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Flutes made from what material do not expand with humidity so their owners are spared the nuisance of tuning them' is 'Glass'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Brian Gamlin of Bury is credited with what sporting invention' is 'Numbers on Dartboard'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In 1965 who became country music's first millionairess' is 'Loretta Lynn'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which gland is enlarged in the condition known as 'goitre'' is 'Thyroid gland'?