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    1. What was the surname of the character played by Clint Eastwood in the Dirty Harry films? Answer = Harry Callaghan 2. In which English county is Welwyn Garden City? Answer = Hertfordshire 3. What is the principal chemical found in diamonds? Answer = Carbon 4. What name is given to the indentation on a brick which holds the mortar? Answer = Frog 5. What was the favourite food of Paddington Bear? Answer = Marmalade Did you know that Paddington, like the queen, has two birthdays - Christmas Day and June 25th. 6. Which of these countries does NOT drive on the left: New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Cyprus? Answer = Sweden 7. In which sport would you compete for the America’s Cup? Answer = Yacht race 8. What colour is the spot in the middle of the Japanese flag? Answer = Red or is it Crimson or is it Crimson Red? 9. Which of the Seven Wonders of the World was created by the sculptor Phidias about 430BC? Answer = Zeus 10. Which football club is nicknamed The Canaries? Answer = Norwich City AND Barrington CP 11. Who was the first British woman to take a seat in the House of Commons? Answer = Nancy Astor 12. Where would you find cerumen in the human body? Answer = Ears = earwax I’ll bet you didn’t know …. Bagpipes were played in Persia, Egypt and Greece long before the Scots adopted them from the Romans. Answer = Yes – my uncle Larry (Irish) , played the bagpipes in the Pride Of Murray Pipe Band, was always telling us it wasn’t the Scots.
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    1. What was the surname of the character played by Clint Eastwood in the Dirty Harry films? Callahan 2. In which English county is Welwyn Garden City? Hertfordshire 3. What is the principal chemical found in diamonds? Carbon 4. What name is given to the indentation on a brick which holds the mortar? Frog 5. What was the favourite food of Paddington Bear? Marmalade 6. Which of these countries does NOT drive on the left: New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Cyprus? Cyprus, right! 7. In which sport would you compete for the America’s Cup? Yachting 8. What colour is the spot in the middle of the Japanese flag? Red 9. Which of the Seven Wonders of the World was created by the sculptor Phidias about 430BC? Zeus. 10. Which football club is nicknamed The Canaries? Norwich City FC 11. Who was the first British woman to take a seat in the House of Commons? British citizen, Nancy Astor. British born was Margaret Wintringham 12. Where would you find cerumen in the human body? Ear
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    1. What was the surname of the character played by Clint Eastwood in the Dirty Harry films? Callahan 2. In which English county is Welwyn Garden City? Gloucestershire 3. What is the principal chemical found in diamonds? Carbon 4. What name is given to the indentation on a brick which holds the mortar? The frog 5. What was the favourite food of Paddington Bear? Porridge 6. Which of these countries does NOT drive on the left: New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Cyprus? Sweden 7. In which sport would you compete for the America’s Cup? Yacht Sailing 8. What colour is the spot in the middle of the Japanese flag? Red 9. Which of the Seven Wonders of the World was created by the sculptor Phidias about 430BC? The hanging gardens of Babylon 10. Which football club is nicknamed The Canaries? Norwich City 11. Who was the first British woman to take a seat in the House of Commons? 12. Where would you find cerumen in the human body?
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