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Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:04 pm
1.In Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into?

2.Which vegetable is used in the preparation of BECHAMEL Sauce?
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3.The bestselling arcade game of all-time was released in May 1980, what was it called?

4.Which record label was responsible for The Rolling Stones releases in the UK from the early days until 1970?

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5.Carrying more than 206 million passengers in 2012, which is the busiest of the London Underground lines?

6.After whom is the Ryder Cup named?

7.In which Yorkshire town was Rugby League formed in 1895?

8.How many couples made up series two of Strictly Come Dancing?

9.To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong?

10.Which is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper?

11.Which two countries joined the EEC at the same time as the UK in 1973?

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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:11 pm
1.In Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into? ??????

2.Which vegetable is used in the preparation of BECHAMEL Sauce? Cabbage
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3.The bestselling arcade game of all-time was released in May 1980, what was it called? Space Invaders

4.Which record label was responsible for The Rolling Stones releases in the UK from the early days until 1970? ????????????/

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5.Carrying more than 206 million passengers in 2012, which is the busiest of the London Underground lines? ????

6.After whom is the Ryder Cup named? ??????

7.In which Yorkshire town was Rugby League formed in 1895? Halifax

8.How many couples made up series two of Strictly Come Dancing? 8

9.To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong? Portugal

10.Which is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper? Sunday Times

11.Which two countries joined the EEC at the same time as the UK in 1973? Spain & Eire

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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:17 pm
@Admin wrote:1.In Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into? MICE

2.Which vegetable is used in the preparation of BECHAMEL Sauce?
POTATOE
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3.The bestselling arcade game of all-time was released in May 1980, what was it called? DONKEY KONG

4.Which record label was responsible for The Rolling Stones releases in the UK from the early days until 1970? DECCA

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5.Carrying more than 206 million passengers in 2012, which is the busiest of the London Underground lines? CENTRAL

6.After whom is the Ryder Cup named?

7.In which Yorkshire town was Rugby League formed in 1895? LEEDS

8.How many couples made up series two of Strictly Come Dancing? SIX

9.To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong? GREECE

10.Which is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper? MAIL ON SUNDAY

11.Which two countries joined the EEC at the same time as the UK in 1973? BELGIUM HOLLAND

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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:17 pm
@Admin wrote:1.In Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into?   MICE

2.Which vegetable is used in the preparation of BECHAMEL Sauce?
POTATOE
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3.The bestselling arcade game of all-time was released in May 1980, what was it called?    DONKEY KONG

4.Which record label was responsible for The Rolling Stones releases in the UK from the early days until 1970?   DECCA

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5.Carrying more than 206 million passengers in 2012, which is the busiest of the London Underground lines?  CENTRAL

6.After whom is the Ryder Cup named?

7.In which Yorkshire town was Rugby League formed in 1895?   LEEDS

8.How many couples made up series two of Strictly Come Dancing?  SIX

9.To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong?  GREECE

10.Which is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper?  MAIL ON SUNDAY

11.Which two countries joined the EEC at the same time as the UK in 1973?  BELGIUM HOLLAND

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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:22 pm
1. ?

2. Thought it was a white sauce with butter, flour and milk.
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3. Pacman?

4. Decca

5. Central Line?

6. ?

7. Leeds?

8. Eight?

9. They’re off South America, so I’ll go Peru?

10. The Obsever

11. Denmark and Ireland?
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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:23 pm
I'd best post the answers later Very Happy rather than mark
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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:34 pm
@Admin wrote:I'd best post the answers later Very Happy  rather than mark

Bring back, Ray.


Popular demand, and all that. Razz


Cheers, Mrs A
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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:35 pm
@Admin wrote:I'd best post the answers later Very Happy  rather than mark

Very sensible Mrs A, it's blinkin' hard work putting ticks in.

Don't think I've done too well, but it was enjoyable.
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Re: Tues Quiz

on Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:37 pm
"Bring back, Ray."

LOL!!!!!! Very Happy

Tomorrow's Cryptics are 'in the can', and the Friday quiz is well on the way
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Re: Tues Quiz

on Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:28 pm
OOps nearly forgot

1.[Inn Roald Dahl's "The Witches" what do the witches want to turn children into?
Mice.
2.Which vegetable is used in the preparation of BECHAMEL Sauce?
Onion.
3.The bestselling arcade game of all-time was released in May 1980, what was it called?
Pac-Man.
4.Which record label was responsible for The Rolling Stones releases in the UK from the early days until 1970?
Decca.
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5.Carrying more than 206 million passengers in 2012, which is the busiest of the London Underground lines?
Northern line.
6.After whom is the Ryder Cup named?
Samuel Ryder, a seed merchant from St. Albans.
7.In which Yorkshire town was Rugby League formed in 1895?
Huddersfield.
8.How many couples made up series two of Strictly Come Dancing?
Ten.
9.To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong?
Ecuador.
10.Which is Britain's oldest Sunday newspaper?
The Observer.
11.Which two countries joined the EEC at the same time as the UK in 1973?
Ireland and Denmark.[/quote]
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