A numerical theme this time!  Either the question or the answer (or both) has a number in it.

  1. Q. “I am not a number!”  What was his number?

  2. Q. Which Chicago song might be called “3.35 am or 3.34 am”?

  3. Q. What is the British name for the card game which originated in France as “vingt-et-un”?

  4. Q. In order of cinema release, what was the name of the second Star Wars film?

  5. Q. What was the name of Led Zeppelin’s third album?

  6. Q. What is the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury?

  7. Q. In which film did Betty Lou Gerson play (sort of) the villainess in the 1961 original and Glenn Close in the 1996 remake?

  8. Q. What number connects an ice cream and some red balloons?

  9. Q. What connects the IV, XIV and XXX Olympiads?

  10. Q. If you subtract the number of Lawrence’s Pillars of Wisdom from the number of John Buchan’s Steps and then divide by the number between 18 and 13 on a dart board, what is the answer?


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