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Pot luck 1. The Cheviot hills form a border between which two countries? 2. In the TV comedy One Foot in the Grave, what is the name of Victor Meldrew's wife? 3. Which Royal wedding took place in 1973? 4. Which Olympic sport needs a planting box? 5. From what type of stone if the Taj Mahas l built? 6. What major city is on an island in the St Lawrence river? 7. What type of confectionery was advertised with the slogan 'just enough to give your kids a treat'? 8. What kind of vehicle would you expect to find on the Cresta Run? 9. By what name is singer Paul Hewson better known? 10. What is the capital city of Cuba? Dancing Songs Name the missing dance in the song titles.

1. The Last ... (Engelbert Humperdinck) 2. Everybody ... (Modern Romance) 3. Let's ... Again (Chubby Checker) 4. ... Number Five (Lou Bega) 5. Do The ... (Black Lace) Cartoon Cats 1. Which cat spends most of his time chasing Tweety Pie? 2. Who has friend Chris Rabbit and Mosey Mouse and enemy Farmer Giles? 3. Who was often heard to say 'I hate those meeces to pieces!' 4. Which cartoon series features Lion-o, Cheetera, Tygra and Snarf? 5. Lasagne and pizza are the favourite foods of which cat? 6. What is the name of the cat on the TV show regularly watched by Bart and Lisa Simpson? 7. Who was the lead of the gang whose members included Benny the Ball, Brain and Choo Choo? 8. Which cat featured in the Dandy comic? 9. In the cartoon Roobarb and Custard, what colour is Custard? 10. In the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip, what kind of cat is Hobbes? Answers to last week POT LUCK: 1. Geoffrey Chaucer; 2. Arkwright; 3. Isle of Man; 4. Pear; 5. Harold Wilson; 6. Window cleaner; 7. Coronation dates; 8. Fifteen To One; 9. The Chair; 10. 19th.

BISHOPS: 1. Wear it on his head; 2. UFO; 3. Lincoln; 4. Nugent; 5. Isles of Scilly.

DOUBLE OSCARS: 1. Gene Hackman; 2. Marlon Brando; 3. Dustin Hoffman; 4. Jodie Foster; 5. Denzel Washington; 6. Gary Cooper; 7. Meryl Streep; 8. Michael Caine; 9. Tom Hanks; 10. Daniel Day Lewis.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Oct 14, 2012
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