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The Great Fire of London was great in some ways. It did destroy 13,000 homes, eliminating the ancient city but stopping short of Westminster. The 1666 fire also managed to scourge London of the plague that had ravaged it the year before. But it also burned so slowly that only five people actually died, two of whom had been on the scene when it started at Thomas Farynor's bakery on Pudding Lane.

Despite some royal participation, what country has gone to the most Olympics without ever winning a medal?

A) Monaco

B) Netherlands

C) North Korea

D) Swaziland

Previous answer: That Latin verb means "follow." Non sequitur is literally "does not follow."

TRIVIA FANS: Send the trivia questions you've always wanted answered, or original TriviaBits ideas of your own, with your full name and hometown, to Paul Paquet at paul@triviahalloffame.com or visit him online at www.triviahalloffame.com.

Paul Paquet has been writing trivia since the early 1990s, and has written roughly 150,000 questions.

For more, visit triviahalloffame.com or e-mail him at paul@triviahalloffame.com.

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