FT Weekend Quiz: The Beatles, Battle of Mont-Saint-Jean and AA Milne
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What’s the only sea in the world without a land boundary?
In 1994 the Americas were officially declared free of which disease?
What was the Beatles’ last number one single in Britain?
Which battle was initially known to the French as the Battle of Mont-Saint-Jean?
In 1604 King James I wrote a polemic called A Counterblaste to . . . what?
Whose film roles include Jordan Belfort, Jack Dawson and Howard Hughes?
A chukka is a period of play in which sport?
What is Britain’s largest supermarket chain?
In AA Milne’s The House at Pooh Corner, who is Tigger’s best friend?
Which Renaissance artist’s surname was Buonarroti?
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