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Vange Shrimper

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As Staind said "It's been a while", but I thought I might as well bring it back, hopefully with no arguments with the answers this time round. Usual rules apply, usual people are banned. :p

1. What did Pandora release when she opened her box or jar?

2. What is Barack Obama's middle name?

3. How is an 'unpledged party leader and elected official' ('PLEO') in United States politics better known?

4. What is 'Opera' associated with in Information Technology?

5. What connects the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Algeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Togo, Ghana and Queen Maud Land?

6. What does 'Fitz' mean at the beginning of a surname?

7. What does the circle in the middle of Celtic cross represent?

8. What does the '0'' and the 'Mac' at the beginning of Irish surnames mean?

9. In addition to four Nobel prizes in Literature, an Irishman (Walton) has been awarded the Nobel prize in Physics, and five others all won in the same

10. Which Eurovision song contest winner attempted to become President of Ireland in 1997 (came third, ahead of the Labour Party candidate) and is currently an MEP?

11. Envelope, basket and burner are the three main parts of what?

12. The 'X' in Xmas is derived from what?

13. According to Northern European tradition, Thor rides across the sky in a wagon pulled by two Yule animals. What kind of animal were they?

14. What in Economics is Monopsony?

15. Sicilian, Ponziani, Russian, Scottish, Nimzo-Indian and Sokolsky are all examples of what kind of movement?
 
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