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Question 1: The structure is now too weak to carry vehicles, but it underwent extensive restoration and was officially re-opened for pedestrians on 23 October 2008 by the ________[9]
Duke of CornwallDuke of EdinburghDuke of RothesayDuke of York

Question 2: Raymond O. Faulkner, philologist and compiler of the standard hieroglyphic ________ used by many modern Egyptologists, was born in Shoreham on 26 December 1894.
Bilingual dictionaryDictionaryWordNetLexicography

Question 3: Mel Hopkins, a former footballer with Tottenham Hotspur, ________ and Wales retired to Shoreham Beach.
2009–10 Football League ChampionshipLeeds United A.F.C. season 2009–10Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.2009–10 FA Cup

Question 4: Evans and his wife started helicopter lessons at Shoreham Airport,[10] with Evans gaining his helicopter Private Pilots Licence in January 2008,[11] and now owns a ________.
Robinson R22Bell 206Robinson R66Robinson R44

Question 5: ________, former England cricketer and now a cricket umpire, was born in Shoreham-by-Sea on 6 July 1958.
Asad RaufMark BensonChris CowdreyColin Cowdrey

Question 6: ________, actually located in the neighbouring parish of Lancing, to the west of the main town, is now in private ownership.
Kent International AirportLondon Biggin Hill AirportBelfast International AirportShoreham Airport

Question 7: ________ founded Ricardo Consulting Engineers in Shoreham-by-Sea, where it still has its main offices.
Harry RicardoSleeve valveRolls-Royce CrecyRolls-Royce Merlin

Question 8: [3] Converted railway carriages became summer homes around the turn of the century, and Bungalow Town, as it was then known, became home for a short time to the early UK ________ industry.
FilmFilmmakingMovie theaterIndependent film

Question 9: This blocks the southerly flow of the River Adur which turns east at this point to discharge into the ________ further along the coast at a point that has varied considerably over time.
Baltic SeaEnglish ChannelNorth SeaCeltic Sea

Question 10: Much housing in the area was cleared for defence reasons during the ________ and most of what remained after the war is now gone, replaced by modern houses.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II


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