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QUESTIONS

1. Which mode of transport was invented in 1871 by British engineer, James Starley and had one wheel much larger than the other?

2. In ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’, who played the role of Wesley Crusher, the son of Dr. Beverley Crusher?

3. Which Welsh born comedian and magician tragically died live on television in 1984 while performing on, ‘Live From Her Majesty’s’?

4. Which Sidney wrote the novels, ‘Master of the Game’, ‘The Sky is Falling’ and ‘Bloodline’ amongst many others?

5. Which English R&B/Pop group had a hit in 1992 with, ‘I’m Doing Fine Now’?

6. What was the name of the sarcastic talking duck who was the first Marvel comic-book hero to be brought to life in movies in 1986?

7. How is the Institute of Technology in California better known?

8. What name was given to the British sovereignty in India and the ruling of their government?

9. Which physicist and cosmologist wrote, ‘A Brief History of Time’ and ‘The Theory of Everything’?

10. What is the link?

 

 

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ANSWERS

1. Which mode of transport was invented in 1871 by British engineer, James Starley and had one wheel much larger than the other?
PENNY FARTHING

2. In ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’, who played the role of Wesley Crusher, the son of Dr. Beverley Crusher?
WIL WHEATON

3. Which Welsh born comedian and magician tragically died live on television in 1984 while performing on, ‘Live From Her Majesty’s’?
TOMMY COOPER

4. Which Sidney wrote the novels, ‘Master of the Game’, ‘The Sky is Falling’ and ‘Bloodline’ amongst many others?
SHELDON

5. Which English R&B/Pop group had a hit in 1992 with, ‘I’m Doing Fine Now’?
THE PASADENAS

6. What was the name of the sarcastic talking duck who was the first Marvel comic-book hero to be brought to life in movies in 1986?
HOWARD

7. How is the Institute of Technology in California better known?
CALTECH

8. What name was given to the British sovereignty in India and the ruling of their government?
RAJ

9. Which physicist and cosmologist wrote, ‘A Brief History of Time’ and ‘The Theory of Everything’?
STEPHEN HAWKING

10. What is the link?
THE BIG BANG THEORY