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Which King Wore Two Shirts At His Execution So As Not To Shiver And Appear Frightened? 
Charles I 
Britain's first stretch of motorway was opened in 1958 to bypass which northern town (now a city) 
Preston 
In which country do they eat 12 grapes as the clock strikes midnight (one each time the clock chimes) on New Year's Eve? 
Spain 
Who sang 'I Want My MTV' on the Dire Straits song 'Money For Nothing'? 
Sting 
How Many Films Were Made In The Jaws Series 
4 (Jaws 1,2,3 & Jaws The Revenge) 
He was the U.S. president during the Civil War.
Abraham Lincoln
This racist organization was formed in Tennessee in 1865.
Ku Klux Klan
What toy was in short supply for the 1983 Chirstmas season? 
Cabbage Patch Kid 
Which Fictional Radio Character Worked For Radio Norwich 
Alan Partidge 
Who was UK Labour cabinet minister and social reformer Frank Pakenham better known as? 
Lord Longford (7th Earl of Longford) 
He was assassinated on Dec. 8, 1980 in New York City.
John lennon
For which European country did Mozambique declare independence in 1975? 
Portugal 
Why is the day after Christmas named Boxing Day? 
The Rich Gave Presents To The Poor 
Which 1978 film starring Roger Moore, Richard Burton and Richard Harris, is a bout a group of British mercenaries in Central Africa 
The Wild Geese 
Who was the composer of 'The Nutcracker' ballet? (Handel, Bach, Tchaikovsky, Schubert) 
Tchaikovsky 
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