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Sets

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Sets of 2

'Ancient towns' that support the Cinque Ports Click to show or hide the answer
Countries with shores on Lake Titicaca Click to show or hide the answer
Disciplines in Biathlon Click to show or hide the answer
Doubly landlocked countries Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Landlocked South American countries Click to show or hide the answer
Rivers that flow into Southampton Water Click to show or hide the answer
South American countries that don't border Brazil Click to show or hide the answer
'Twin Cities' of Missouri Click to show or hide the answer
Types of ski–ing Click to show or hide the answer
Types of sonnet Click to show or hide the answer
Unique names of English kings (since 1066) Click to show or hide the answer
US states separated by the Mason–Dixon Line Click to show or hide the answer
US states that are rectangular on the map Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Weightlifting disciplines (Olympic) Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 3

(Basic) sub–atomic particles Click to show or hide the answer
Bones of the inner ear (the ossicles) Click to show or hide the answer
Books (and films) in Lord of the Rings Click to show or hide the answer
Boxers who relinquished the world heavyweight title Click to show or hide the answer
Capital cities of South Africa Click to show or hide the answer
Cathedrals in the Three Choirs Festival Click to show or hide the answer
Christian monastic vows Click to show or hide the answer
Cities that lost the Olympics because of war Click to show or hide the answer
Counties of Ulster that are in the Republic Click to show or hide the answer
Counties that meet at Three Shire Heads Click to show or hide the answer
Countries with shores on Lake Constance Click to show or hide the answer
Countries with shores on Lake Victoria Click to show or hide the answer
Daughters of King Lear Click to show or hide the answer
Disciplines in Triathlon Click to show or hide the answer
Divisions of the British High Court Click to show or hide the answer
Dwarf planets (2006 – others may be classified) Click to show or hide the answer
Extremities of the Bermuda Triangle Click to show or hide the answer
Founders of the Pre–Raphaelite Brotherhood Click to show or hide the answer
Graces (so–called) at Liverpool's Pier Head Click to show or hide the answer
Horses that all thoroughbreds are descended from Click to show or hide the answer
Ingredients of gunpowder Click to show or hide the answer
Js that Dundee is famous for Click to show or hide the answer
London's traditional food markets Click to show or hide the answer
Medway Towns Click to show or hide the answer
Methods of heat transfer Click to show or hide the answer
Millennium cities Click to show or hide the answer
Musketeers Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Native British lizards Click to show or hide the answer
Native British snakes Click to show or hide the answer
Official languages of Belgium Click to show or hide the answer
Oxford terms Click to show or hide the answer
Parts of Lincolnshire Click to show or hide the answer
Peaks of Yorkshire Click to show or hide the answer
Periods of English Gothic architecture Click to show or hide the answer
Prisons merged in 2009 to form HMP Isle of Wight Click to show or hide the answer
Prosperous counties described in Volume II of the Domesday Book Click to show or hide the answer
Rome's First Triumvirate Click to show or hide the answer
Steed's assistants in The Avengers (actresses) Click to show or hide the answer
Steed's assistants in The Avengers (characters) Click to show or hide the answer
"Superstates" in Orwell's Nineteen Eighty–Four Click to show or hide the answer
Tenors Click to show or hide the answer
Theological virtues Click to show or hide the answer
Types of rock Click to show or hide the answer
UK Crown Dependencies Click to show or hide the answer
US Triple Crown (horse racing) Click to show or hide the answer
V bombers (UK, 1950s & 60s) Click to show or hide the answer
Ws of West Indies cricket (1950s) Click to show or hide the answer
Wise men (traditionally) Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 4

Bases of DNA Click to show or hide the answer
Beyond the Fringe Click to show or hide the answer
Capital cities on the river Danube Click to show or hide the answer
Castes in India Click to show or hide the answer
Cardinal virtues (see also 3 Theological Virtues) Click to show or hide the answer
Other children in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Conic sections Click to show or hide the answer
Copies of the original Magna Carta Click to show or hide the answer
Elements Click to show or hide the answer
The Fantastic Four Click to show or hide the answer
Founders of the SDP (the 'Gang of Four') Click to show or hide the answer
Founders of United Artists Click to show or hide the answer
Freedoms (F. D. Roosevelt) Click to show or hide the answer
Galilean moons of Jupiter Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Genera of great ape (Hominidae) Click to show or hide the answer
'Great Classical Novels' of Chinese literature Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Horsemen of the Apocalypse Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Houses at Hogwarts (Harry Potter) Click to show or hide the answer
Humours (in ancient medicine) Click to show or hide the answer
Inns of Court Click to show or hide the answer
Islands of the Greater Antilles Click to show or hide the answer
Jesse Owens' gold medals at Munich 1936 Click to show or hide the answer
Knights who murdered Thomas Becket Click to show or hide the answer
Legal sittings Click to show or hide the answer
Main islands of Japan Click to show or hide the answer
March sisters in Little Women Click to show or hide the answer
Musketeers (tennis – 1920s & 30s) Click to show or hide the answer
Official languages of Switzerland Click to show or hide the answer
Operas in Wagner's Ring cycle Click to show or hide the answer
Orders of knighthood Click to show or hide the answer
Original members of the Commonwealth Click to show or hide the answer
Phases in the Otto cycle (see Cars) Click to show or hide the answer
Provinces of Ireland Click to show or hide the answer
Provinces that formed South Africa in 1910 Click to show or hide the answer
Quarter Days (Scotland) Click to show or hide the answer
Stations in Monopoly (UK) Click to show or hide the answer
Strokes in a 4–stroke internal combustion engine cycle Click to show or hide the answer
Suits in a tarot pack Click to show or hide the answer
Teenage Mutant Ninja (Hero) Turtles Click to show or hide the answer
Temperaments (in ancient medicine) Click to show or hide the answer
Tournaments in golf's Grand Slam Click to show or hide the answer
Tournaments in tennis's Grand Slam Click to show or hide the answer
Types of true ape Click to show or hide the answer
US presidents on Mount Rushmore Click to show or hide the answer
US presidents to be assassinated Click to show or hide the answer
US presidents that had no vice president Click to show or hide the answer
US states that meet at Four Corners Click to show or hide the answer
US states whose names start with New Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 5

Actors in the Rat Pack (principal members) Click to show or hide the answer
Arnold Bennett's Five Towns Click to show or hide the answer
Bennet sisters in Pride and Prejudice Click to show or hide the answer
Books of the Pentateuch (in order) Click to show or hide the answer
Boroughs of New York Click to show or hide the answer
Boxers who defeated Muhammad Ali Click to show or hide the answer
Cinque Ports Click to show or hide the answer
Cities in the Republic of Ireland Click to show or hide the answer
Classical architecture styles Click to show or hide the answer
Colours of the spots on squash balls Click to show or hide the answer
Countries on Africa's Mediterranean coast (W to E) Click to show or hide the answer
D–Day beaches Click to show or hide the answer
Disciplines in the modern pentathlon Click to show or hide the answer
Equipment in rhythmic gymnastics Click to show or hide the answer
Enid Blyton's Famous Five Click to show or hide the answer
Great Lakes Click to show or hide the answer
Halogens (Group 7 of the Periodic Table) Click to show or hide the answer
Jubilee cities (2002) Click to show or hide the answer
Kung Fu films of Bruce Lee Click to show or hide the answer
Marx Brothers (in order of birth) Click to show or hide the answer
Members of the Cabal (1668–74) Click to show or hide the answer
Members of the Sex Pistols Click to show or hide the answer
Permanent members of the UN Security Council Click to show or hide the answer
Pillars of Islam Click to show or hide the answer
Rodeo events (principal) Click to show or hide the answer
Spectrum angels in Captain Scarlet Click to show or hide the answer
Tastes Click to show or hide the answer
Tracy brothers Click to show or hide the answer
Traveling Wilburys Click to show or hide the answer
TV–am's 'Famous Five' (1983) Click to show or hide the answer
US states with Pacific coastlines Click to show or hide the answer
Victims of Jack the Ripper Click to show or hide the answer
Watch with Mother (Monday to Friday) Click to show or hide the answer
Whisky–producing regions of Scotland Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 6

Alkali metals (Group 1 in the Periodic Table) Click to show or hide the answer
Characters in the Village People Click to show or hide the answer
Climatic zones Click to show or hide the answer
Counties of Northern Ireland Click to show or hide the answer
Countries with shores on the Black Sea Click to show or hide the answer
Creators / writers of Monty Python Click to show or hide the answer
Disciplines in men's gymnastics Click to show or hide the answer
Firefighters in Trumpton Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Founder–members of the EEC Click to show or hide the answer
Jackets in greyhound racing Click to show or hide the answer
Murder suspects in Cluedo Click to show or hide the answer
Murder weapons in Cluedo Click to show or hide the answer
Nobel prize categories Click to show or hide the answer
Noble or Inert gases Click to show or hide the answer
Official languages of the United Nations Click to show or hide the answer
Time zones – USA & Canada Click to show or hide the answer
Tolpuddle Martyrs Click to show or hide the answer
Towns of the Potteries Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 7

Champions of Christendom Click to show or hide the answer
Children in The Waltons Click to show or hide the answer
Deadly Sins Click to show or hide the answer
Going to Widdecombe Fair Click to show or hide the answer
Hills of Rome (modern names) Click to show or hide the answer
Japanese aircraft carriers used at Pearl Harbor Click to show or hide the answer
Kingdoms of the Heptarchy Click to show or hide the answer
Kingdoms of Westeros (in A Game of Thrones) Click to show or hide the answer
Magnificent Seven (actors) Click to show or hide the answer
States of the United Arab Emirates Click to show or hide the answer
(Main) Tectonic plates Click to show or hide the answer
Virtues Click to show or hide the answer
Walt Disney's dwarfs Click to show or hide the answer

Sets of 8 or more

8'The G8 group' of major industrialised countries Click to show or hide the answer
8Ivy League universities Click to show or hide the answer
8Judo belts (in ascending order) Click to show or hide the answer
8Planets (as agreed by the IAU, 2006) Click to show or hide the answer
8Santa Claus's reindeers Click to show or hide the answer
9Members of the Fellowship of the Ring (Tolkien) Click to show or hide the answer
9Rooms in Cluedo Click to show or hide the answer
10Events in the decathlon Click to show or hide the answer

The eleven countries that the Equator passes through are:

Asia Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
South America Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
Africa Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer

Note: the Equator also passes through the Maldives and Kiribati, without touching land; and it passes through the territorial waters of Baker Island (an unincorporated territory of the USA).

England's team in the 1966 World Cup Final:

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