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QUIZ OF THE DAY 1. By what name was the Second World War propagandist William Joyce better known? 6. What name was given to the pirate flag with a skull and crossbones design? 2. In which geological time period did the dinosaurs flourish? 7. What sporting feat did Arsne Wenger's Arsenal side achieve between May 2003 and October 2004? 3. On which continent is the region known as the Skeleton Coast? 8. In the making of which dessert are savoiardi biscuits (sponge fingers) soaked in espresso coffee? 4. What name is given to a chemical which changes the speed of a reaction while being unaffected itself? 9. Which Alpine mountain is famous for its pyramidal peak? 5. To which earldom is Viscount Linley the heir? Arsne Wenger - see Question 7 10. Which former Olympic gold medallist became a Conservative MP in 1992?
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Oct 8, 2010
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