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35451. What are fallows, lutinos and opalines

Answer: Budgerigars

35452. Collective nouns - A tiding of what

Answer: Magpies

35453. In 1940s California it was illegal to serve alcohol to who

Answer: Homosexuals

35454. Where will the 2002 Winter Olympics be held

Answer: Salt Lake - USA

35455. 1838 Los Angeles man needed a licence to do what to a woman

Answer: Serenade her

35456. In what TV series did we meet Perry Masonry

Answer: Flintstones lawyer never lost case

35457. What are the Sirocco, Mistral and Chinook

Answer: Winds

35458. Who was found dead in Hollywood's Landmark Hotel 4 Oct 1970

Answer: Janis Joplin

35459. 2 Gentleman Verona, 12th Night, Merchant Venice name links

Answer: Characters called Antonio

35460. Who's only person have Dewey Decimal class named after him

Answer: William Shakespeare

35461. What is unusual about the crab eating seal

Answer: It don't eat crabs

35462. An ecostate animal lacks what

Answer: Ribs

35463. According to psychologists the happiest people watch what TV

Answer: Soap Operas

35464. Which country invented Venetian Blinds

Answer: Japan

35465. In the Bible John the Baptist lived on wild honey and what

Answer: Locusts

35466. What's the most popular name for a male pet cat

Answer: Tiger

35467. Aesculus is the Latin name of what type of tree

Answer: Horse Chestnut

35468. What was unique about Pope Adrian IV

Answer: Englishman Nicholas Breakspear
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