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26/01/2009 Chain words (4)

Each answer consists of a first part which is the same as the last part of the previous answer and a second part which is the same as the first part of the next answer.  The answer to question 1 links in the same way to the answer for question 10.

Thus consecutive answers might be: Newcastle, Castlebay, and Baywatch.

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The largest of a small group this island has just 48 inhabitants, a chief settlement called Adamstown and the New Zealand dollar as its currency. What is it called?


Which mountain, whose name means ‘Blue Hill’ in English, is the sixth highest mountain in Scotland - as well as giving its name to the mountain range in which it is situated?


Who was President of the National Union of Mineworkers during the strike of 1972 against the Heath Governnment? (surname only required)


In the former British company BLMC for what did the ‘L’ stand?


What name is given to the best known of the beers brewed in Keighley, West Yorkshire?


Jan Kaplický designed the first all aluminium, semi-monocoque building in the world and in 1999 it won the RIBA Stirling prize for architecture. Where is this building situated?


What name is given to a fine-grained sedimentary rock whose original constituents are clay minerals or muds?


Where is the Jaguar X-Type car manufactured?


Which striker played 42 times for England and made the majority of his league appearances for Nottingham Forest and Arsenal? (surname only required)


What word used to describe a fighting arena is now more commonly used to describe part of an airplane?