1. Compounds of what metal are used to stop your armpits getting sweaty? 2.
In May, which country takes the presidency of the UN's disarmament conference? 3. Arthur Wellesley, a famous British soldier, is better known as? 4. Who said: "I read Shakespeare and the Bible, and I shoot dice.
That's what I call a liberal education"? 5. What are Eukanuba, Iams and James Wellbeloved?
February 14 answers: 1. The Empire State Building; 2. Biscuits; 3. Alfred Wallis; 4. Saudi Arabia; 5. A plant that does not grow in soil.
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