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Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country by area in the world, but it has one of the lowest population densities at 6 people per square mile.

1. Which drummer for the Who passed away on September 7, 1978?
2. In animal biology, what term is used to describe an individual animal that appears well outside its normal range of habitation?
a. - a Variant
b. - a Vagrant
c. - a Vagabond
d. - Any of these
3. What major scale on the piano has no flats or sharps in its signature?
a. - G
b. - C
c. - A
d. - B flat
4. What is the capital of Afghanistan?
5. Show Quotes Dept ;
With the right song and dance, you can get away with murder."
a. - Chicago
b. 42nd Street
c. - A Chorus Line
d. - Carousel
6. Who won the first Grammy for Gospel music?
(Hint ; M________ J_______)
7. Who wrote the story, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" ?
a. - Roald Dahl
b. - Ken Hughes
c. - A.A. Milne
d. - Ian Fleming
8. What is the vegetable known as the courgette called in the USA?

The Lipton Tea Factory in Great Britain , produces 5 billion tea bags a year .
1. Keith Moon
2. - b
3. - b
4. Kabul
5. - a
6. Mahalia Jackson
7. - d
8. Zucchini

The Lipton Tea Factory IS in Jebel Ali, Dubai !
Lipton is a British brand of tea, owned by Unilever. Lipton was also a supermarket chain in the United Kingdom, later sold to Argyll Foods, after which the company sold only tea. The company is named after its founder Sir Thomas Lipton. The Lipton ready-to-drink beverages are sold by "Pepsi Lipton International", a company jointly owned by Unilever and PepsiCo.
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