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  1. Who are thought to have worshiped at Stonehenge? - Druids

  2. What was the surname of the athlete with whom Zola Budd had a mishap at the 1984 summer Olympics? - Decker

  3. If you were taking part in the 'Gay Gordon's' what would you be doing? - Dancing

  4. What name is given to the curved uprights that carry lifeboats on a marine vessel? - Davits

  5. What was the surname of Britain's first Jewish Prime Minister? - Disraeli

  6. Woad; tyrian purple and airline mauve are types of what? - Dye

  7. What is the capital of the Isle of Man? - Douglas

  8. Dots and 'what' are used in Morse code? - Dashes

  9. Yeats; Wilde and Shaw, were all born in which city? - Dublin

  10. What is brown crystalline sugar called? -  Demerara

  11. Hatton Garden is famous for the trade of what? - Diamonds

  12. What 'camp' in Maryland USA is used by the President? - David

  13. Blue and white pottery from a town in Holland is known as what? - Delft

  14. Who composed 'From The New World'? - Dvorak

  15. What name is given to a tree that sheds it's leaves annually? - Deciduous

  16. What city is the capital of Syria? - Damascus

  17. What inland sea lies between Jordan and Israel? - Dead

  18. What is the common name for a warrigal? - Dingo

  19. What is the surname of the player who made the first televised 147 in snooker? - Davis (Steve)

  20. What did Alfred Nobel receive a patent for in 1867? - Dynamite
     

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