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1. What type of object is known as a rummer to 6. What is the first name of Martin Kemp's an antiques dealer? brother, who co-starred with him in the film 2. Which scale of temperature is named after The Krays? the 19th century Irish physicist who first 7. Which poisonous plant provides the drug atropine? developed it? Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 A hand-blown glass for ale or wine; 2 The Kelvin scale; 3 The Yangtze; 4 The halibut; 5 London Bridge; 6 Gary; 7 Deadly nightshade; 8 Atlanta, 1996; 9 The harvesting of the first wheat; 10 The Carry On films.

8. At which Olympics did Tim Henman win a 3. Which is the longest river in Asia? silver medal in the tennis doubles event? 4. Which is the world's largest species of edible 9. What was traditionally celebrated on Lammas flatfish? Day? 5. Which landmark is used as the reference 10. Which series of comedy films was directed by point for British high tide tables? Tim Henman - see Question 8 Gerald Thomas?
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jun 28, 2010
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