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Ten to One (Part 2)

written by: Tomatoman
 
Due to popular demand here is another "10-2-1" quiz of general trivia with the words TEN down to ONE appearing in the answers, in descending order. If popular again, I inTENd on asking someONE to suggest a similar theme that I can try!

Question 1:


This is an organic structure of the body that connects muscle to bone and is commonly found around the joints of the skeleton.


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This amino acid is considered nutritionally essential for infants, but adults can produce it themselves in the urea cycle. It is one of the building blocks of creatine, a component of muscle responsible for powering high-intensity exercise such as weightlifting.



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Question 3:


What is the term given to a consignment of cargo transported from one place to another?


Question 4:


May 1st of this year saw Tony Blair and his Labour Party come into power in the UK, ending 18 years of Conservative government.


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This British coin, also known as a Tanner or half-shilling became redundant when the United Kingdom introduced decimalisation in 1971, but remained legal tender until 1980.



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Question 6:


In Richard Adams' novel Watership Down, what was the name of Hazel's younger brother?


Question 7:


What collection of Stephen King novellas, published in 1990, included stories such as The Langoliers and Secret Window, Secret Garden?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 8:


What was the name of the American Vaudeville comedy act responsible for a huge number of short films with titles like You Nazty Spy!, Woman Haters, Half-Wits Holiday and Dopey Dicks?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


What is the name of the second volume of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of The Rings trilogy?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


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What is the title of the second single released from Korn's seventh studio album, See You On the Other Side?



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