Extremely Hard General Knowledge #51

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Last updated: April 29, 2022
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In which year was the supersonic airliner Concorde retired?
What is the biggest city in Ecuador by population?
What does it say on the inscription of the Georges Cross, which is also found on the flag of Malta?
For Gallantry
Who has been the Director of the FBI since 2017?
Christopher A. Wray
Which Brazilian composer is the namesake of an airport in Rio de Janeiro?
Antônio Carlos Jobim
Which song by Booker T. & the M.G.'s is the theme tun for BBC Televisions cricket coverage?
Soul Limbo
Which Australian actor is best-known for playing the Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)?
Robert Helpmann
What name coming from a Latin word meaning "curling lock of hair" is a genus of wispy clouds that form at high altitudes?
Which woman, who won the 2021 Women's PGA Championship in Golf, is the daughter of Petr, the man who won the 1998 Men's Australian Open in Tennis?
Nelly Korda
Which Afghan-American author wrote The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns?
Khaled Hosseini
Which word meaning existing or being everywhere at the same time is derived from the Latin for "everywhere"?
Which singer had 3 UK Number One albums in the 1990s with "Waking Up the Neighbours", "So Far So Good" and "18 Til I Die"?
Bryan Adams
Who was the leader of the Labour party from 1955 until his death in 1963?
Hugh Gaitskell
Which street in London is the heart of the Bangladeshi community and even has Bengali street signs below the English ones?
Brick Lane
An annual award in Mathematics is awarded by the King of Norway and is named after which Norwegian mathematician?
Niels Henrik Abel
What is the name of the sport played in the Basque County that requires a glove called a chistera?
Basque pelota
What is the name of the family that has ruled the Principality of Monaco since 1297?
Who won the Best Lead Actress Oscar for Terms of Endearment (1983) and has been nominating in the acting category a further 4 times?
Shirley MacLaine
In Greek Mythology, what was the name of the place for heroes in the afterlife?
Elysian Fields
Thought to be the oldest cheese in Scotland, what is the name of the Scottish cream cheese that is rolled in oats?
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