Trivia #4

Trivia #4

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1 What is the official metonym of London's police force? (3,8,4)
10 What vessels are cylindrical in shape with one handle apiece? (8)
11 What is the most populous city in Finland? (8)
14 Which service, now used worldwide, was officially started in British India in 1911? (3,4)
15 In the entertainment industry, which word could follow Harvard, National, or Amphol? (7)
16 What is the 33rd book of the (Catholic) Old Testament? (7)
19 Which enemy of Superman has the alter ego Oswald Loomis? (9)
22 Which 1996 crime film was one of the first six preserved for its cultural significance by the US National Film Registry? (5)
23 What is the basic unit of time measurement when transmitting Morse code? (3)
24 Which family of classical languages, still having more than half a million speakers, originated around modern-day Syria? (7)
25 "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers" is a phrase allegedly said by the former head of which technology company? (3)
26 Which honour was bestowed upon TV presenter Bamber Gascoigne in 2018? (3)
27 What is the full name of the key at the upper-left extreme of a keyboard? (6)
30 What is the chemical symbol for the element tin? (2)
32 What is the scientific name for the genus of plants known as Australian heaths? (7)
34 In the game of contract bridge, hearts - by comparison to diamonds and clubs - is known as a what? (5,4)
35 What is the third-largest city in the Netherlands? (3,5)
36 Which type of mathematical function is also known as an injection? (3-2-3)
37 What phrase links a 2001 film, a 1993 folk-rock album, and a 1975 novel? (1,5,2,7)
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2 Which numerical prefix is derived from the Greek word meaning "nine"? (5)
3 See 7
4 Based on a true story, which 2015 film is set in Warrnambool, Australia? (7)
5 What is the first name of the protagonist of the Pokémon anime series? (3)
6 Often worn by Muslim women, what is the name for a veil that conceals one's entire face except for the eyes? (7)
7/3 Which musician was born Richard Starkey? (5,5)
8 Which iconic structure was used to wipe people's memories in the 2002 film Men In Black II? (6,2,7)
9 Which Austrian dish is a breaded cutlet of veal? (6,9)
12 The Japanese dish unagi consists largely of the meat from which animal? (3)
13 What "pockets" of fliud or gas are found immediately behind moving (solid) objects? (11)
17 What kind of non-volatile computer memory chip, first developed in 1971, utilises a fused quartz window in its structure? (5)
18 Which border, both physical and metaphorical, stood in Europe until 1992? (4,7)
20 Which three letters could denote a person's alias? (1.1.1.)
21 What could be a type of sandal, a type of ceiling, or a type of machinery used in snow sports? (1-3)
23 Which collection of U.S. states often includes Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and North Carolina? (4,5)
28 Which cuisine was brought to the state of Louisiana by Acadian people of Canada? (5)
29 Which word for a type of gland differs by one letter from a type of artery? (7)
31 What is the name for a speech given at a person's funeral? (6)
33 Which famous quartet's members were known as Faceman, Howling Mad, B.A., and Hannibal? (1-4)
36 In classical logic, which operators are also known as disjunctions? (3)

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