Trivia #3

Trivia #3

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Across
1 Who was "World War I Flying Ace" Snoopy's nemesis? (3,3,5)
7 What is the fifth element in order on the periodic table? (5)
10 Which word, stemming from French for "forget", is a kind of dungeon with only one entrance in its ceiling? (9)
11 Which post-Impressionist artist painted Breton Girl? (7)
12 Which kind of building, popular in the military, has a corrugated iron body and a cement floor? (6,3)
14 Which West Midlands city lends its name to a yellow property in the board game Monopoly? (8)
16 What is the title of The Benny Hill Show's closing theme? (6,3)
20 What word describes a marketing model where software is provided without charge, but features may be unlocked with money? (8)
22 What is the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet? (2)
23 Which martial arts organisation was founded in the US in 1993? (3)
25 What is the world's seventh-longest river? (2)
26 What class of animal lays eggs on land, or retains fertilised eggs within the mother? (7)
27 What type of eye infection is often characterised by a red bump on or near the edge of the eyelid? (4)
28 In mathematics and computer science, what is another term for "with respect to differences accounted by (the following term)"? (6)
29 Which god is the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Dionysus? (7)
32 What is a shorter and more common name for a promissory note? (1.1.1.)
34 What coffee is made by "staining" espresso with a small amount of milk? (9)
35 Informally, which royal house was founded by Henry VII? (6)
36 Which logical operator is false exactly when both of its operands are false? (2)
37 Which martial art is characterised by the aim to avoid harm? (6)
38 What thickening agent is a combination of flour and fat? (4)
39 What deep, guttural sound is also a word for someone at the bottom of a hierarchy, usually a menial worker? (5)
40 Which word comes after "Flying" to create a New Zealand-based record label? (3)
41 What creatures could be horses, swans, gulls, or spiders? (4)
42 What mostly feminine first name links wives of Henry VIII and William Shakespeare? (4)
Down
1 What imaginary line of latitude passes through ten countries? (6,2,9)
2 Which river formed part of the Iron Curtain and discharges into the North Sea? (4)
3 Which inventor held over one thousand patents, including the nickel-iron battery? (6)
4 What is the capital of the US state of Louisiana? (5,5)
5 Which inventor was the founder and first editor-in-chief of German magazine Hörzu? (5)
6 Which Japanese city was attacked by the US on August 9, 1945? (8)
7 A person with brown hair is colloquially referred to as a what? (8)
8 What is the golfing term for grass cut longer and coarser than the fairway? (5)
9 What is the one-word term for a nine-piece musical group? (5)
13 Which acronym could be a North American military as a whole, or its aerial division? (1.1.1.1.)
15 What is the capital city of Austria? (6)
17 Which dinosaur was formerly (until 2015 CE) scientifically synonymous with the brontosaurus? (11)
18 What is another term for "bringing someone or something under control"? (11)
19 Which special DNA molecule was first studied by Hermann Henking? (1,10)
21 What is another name for muscle tissue of the heart? (10)
24 What is the term for a person who supports "rule-of-the-people" governments? (8)
30 What is the better-known acronym for the European Organisation for Nuclear Research? (4)
31 Which onomatopoeic sound of doubt is also Air Zimbabwe's IATA code? (2)
33 What is the colloquial term for rotation of a vehicle by 180°? (1-4)
36 What band, omitting the word "the", is known for A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ultraworld? (3)
39 The study of which board game led to the creation of a class of numbers known as "surreal numbers"? (2)

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