Trivia #1

Trivia #1

My trivia crosswords do not follow rotational symmetry.

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1 Which Pharaoh's tomb has the Egyptological designation KV62? (11)
6 Which Scottish Gaelic dagger is also known as the sgian-dubh? (5)
10 Which binary star system is the closest to our Solar System? (5,8)
11 What is the abbreviation for tablespoon? (4)
13 In Australia, which naval rank is one rank above commodore? (4,7)
14 Which UK singer appends "and the Diamonds" to her first name to create her stage name? (6)
16 Which letter of the NATO phonetic alphabet is a word for a mountain range? (6)
19 Which US city is home to the Mets, the Knicks, and the Rangers? (3,4,4)
20 Which city, visited by Marco Polo in 1275, was destroyed just 94 years later? (6)
23 To which crime is the "shopkeeper's privilege" a defence in many U.S. jurisdictions? (5,12)
28 Which Prime Minister of the United Kingdom resigned after 3,708 days in office? (5)
29 Which shortening of the Latin term Caesar is one spelling of a Russian monarchical title? (4)
32 What is the fourth largest city in Sweden? (7)
33 Which German prefix is the name for a modern transport company? (4)
35 Which fish has a name derived from the old English word for "spear"? (3)
36/41 Which virtual reality headset, released in 2016, is manufactured by a division of Facebook Inc.? (6,4)
37 Chemically, what is the opposite of basic? (6)
38 Which medical drama ran for 15 years and spanned 331 episodes? (1.1.)
40 Which mathematical term describes two non-parallel lines that do not intersect? (4)
41 See 36
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1/2 Which Shakespeare play was the basis of the movie Deliver Us From Eva (2003)? (3,6,2,3,5)
3 Which metric prefix is a common abbreviation of a unit of mass? (4)
4 Which collection of sporting events is also known as "track and field"? (9)
5 In dermatology, what is a break in the skin more commonly known as? (5)
7 Which colour comes from the Hindustani word for "soil-coloured"? (5)
8 What is the main artery in the human body? (5)
9 Through which kind of electrodes do electrical devices receive positive charge? (6)
12 Which former province of France had Angers as its capital? (5)
15 Which measurement device runs primarily on caesium-133? (6,5)
17 Which word for an indefinite period of time is the name of Grafton Primary's 2008 album? (3)
18 Which chemical element is, as of time of writing, the heaviest known inert gas? (5)
20 Which official language of Zimbabwe is part of the national anthems of Tanzania, Zambia, and South Africa? (5)
21 Which San Francisco prison was closed in March 1963? (8)
22 What is the more common name of the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter? (2)
24 Which former Italian region is associated with the demonym Etruscan? (7)
25 Which city was home to the Great Temple of Ptah? (7)
26 What are the overhanging edges of a roof more commonly known as? (5)
27 What word is a synonym for strike, dance, or stopper? (3)
28 Which boiled bread product originated in Poland? (5)
30 Which French word for "bag" is the English word for an anatomical enclosure? (3)
31 Which town in Texas is an informal word for "law"? (4)
34 Which common name for a spiky seed is also a metalworking tool? (4)
39 What is the name of Stephen King's 22nd novel? (2)

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