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Sharpeset

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  1. Prepare for Reverse Polarity...the three would be.. Return to the Forbidden Planet, Forbidden Planet, and The Tempest.
  2. not the answer I'm looking for I'm afraid (I did google to check in case, and can't see stink mentioned anywhere as an alternative)
  3. Not sure why Koselig has reposted the previous Ding - but here's the next question in case you missed it above: what is the collective noun for ferrets?
  4. I know that Charlie Chaplin died on Christmas Day so I'll guess the others did too
  5. DING That's the pair - they founded the Stables at Wavendon (and I went to school with their son...)
  6. In a roundabout way, you're right. (See what I did there?) Ding to Sharpeset. Thanks! Don't get me started on MK roundabouts! Near to MK is a music venue closely associated with a recently-deceased legendary jazz musician. For the ding name either the venue, the musician, or his wife...
  7. I know Emmanuel Kant featured in the song, so I'll go for him (I know nothing about his philosophy!)
  8. The Danes are supposed to be really happy, so I'll go for Denmark
  9. Thanks - I remember seeing it in steam a few years back when loaned to Swindon. Jumping sideways, which celestial body is commonly known as the Evening Star?
  10. Not very north, but how about Ivinghoe beacon in the Chilterns? Used to go on family picnics there as a kid and watch gliders. Nothing to see but flatness for miles
  11. Why thank you, thank you, thank you! Sticking with the theme: what are the names of the three children in 'Outnumbered'?
  12. Not quite, on the right lines just too big a scale. the size of the sun?
  13. DING - I knew there would be some Potter fans out there somewhere....
  14. Cheers! Which fictional literary character said "One can never have enough socks. Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn’t get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books." ? Bertie Wooster ? Sorry, no
  15. Cheers! Which fictional literary character said "One can never have enough socks. Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn’t get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books." ?
  16. I'll claim the bonus - it's Admiral Hardy as in Nelson saying "Kiss me Hardy" as he lay dying on HMS Victory (or was it Kismet?....). No idea about the new question
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