With which sort of gadgets is the company Fuji mainly associated?
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What does the New York Museum MOMA stand for?
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Which of these people died at a younger age?
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What British dependency is known for its shorts, its rig, its triangle and an onion that the locals themselves are nicknamed for?
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What is a smaller branch of water that leads to a river called?
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The mid-60s saw disposable dresses made using which material?
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Which instrument is commonly found in a 'steel' variant in the Caribbean?
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Corfu is a city in what country?
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What song hit #1 in 1961 by The Everly Brothers?
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Princess Beatrix of which country announced her engagement in 1965?
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