1. What were the first names of the Evers-Swindell twins who won rowing gold medals at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games?
  2. Condoleezza Rice served as the US Secretary of State under which president?
  3. “Wider still and wider shall thy bounds be set” is a line from what patriotic British song?
  4. What is meant by the word protean: primitive, ever-changing or deceitful?
  5. The classic 19th-century novel “Tom Brown’s School Days” was set in what famous English school?
  6. In the movie “Rosemary’s Baby”, who fathered the baby?
  7. What first name is shared by feminist writers with the surnames Klein and Wolf?
  8. What French word can precede mal, point and fours?
  9. What long-running American TV sitcom had a theme song – sung by the actor who played the title character – entitled “Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs”?
  10. In Greek mythology, a girl named Arachne was transformed into what?

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ANSWERS: 1. Caroline and Georgina; 2. George W Bush; 3. Land of Hope and Glory; 4. Ever-changing; 5. Rugby School; 6. The Devil; 7. Naomi; 8. Petit; 9. Frasier; 10. A spider.