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Thursday, 11 July, 2002, 18:21 GMT 19:21 UK
Quiz: 12 July to 18 July
What is the name of the official Games mascot?
  A: Manc Cat
  B: Newton Ridley
  C: Kit
 
What can Manchester lay claim to?
  A: Most pie eaters in the world
  B: Smallest pub in Europe
  C: World's largest Marks and Spencer store
 
What is the estimated population of Eastern Pacific island Nuie, which is competing at its first Games?
  A: 20,000
  B: 200,000
  C: 2,000
 
How many venues are hosting events at the Games?
  A: 11
  B: 15
  C: 17
 
A waza-ari is?
  A: A Japanese fish dish
  B: Weightlifting disqualification
  C: A half-point in judo
 

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