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  1. What city is the capital of Belgium? - Brussels

  2. What is the name of the 'Supreme God' in Hinduism? - Brahma

  3. What is an alloy of copper and tin called? - Bronze

  4. What city is the capital of Queensland, Australia? - Brisbane

  5. In the army, what rank is immediately below a major-general? - Brigadier

  6. What 'B' could be a cove, a tree and a window? - Bay

  7. What name is given to a certain fruit cake from Oxfordshire? - Banbury

  8. What's the surname of the author of 'Peter Pan'? - Barrie (J.M.)

  9. Which character was played by Paul Henry, in 'Crossroads'? - Benny

  10. What was the surname of the poet who married Elizabeth Barrett? - Browning

  11. If you were a 'Walloon' living in your native country, where are you living? - Belgium

  12. It could be a type of shoe or an Irish accent, what is it? - Brogue

  13. Some people can't say what, to a goose? - Boo

  14. Who's the shy one of the seven dwarfs? - Bashful

  15. What is the common name for a 'grass parakeet'? - Budgerigar

  16. Which female duo had a 1977 hit with 'Yes Sir, I Can Boogie'? - Baccara

  17. What would you call a flat topped straw hat? - Boater

  18. What are skippers; red admirals and swallowtails? - Butterflies

  19. It closed in 2008, in which European city would you have found Templehof airport? - Berlin

  20. In the Bible, who was the youngest and favourite son of Jacob? - Benjamin
     

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