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1. Which Hertfordshire town, the building of which 6. Wallace Carothers invented a strong, light started in 1903, was England's first garden city? synthetic fibre. What is it called? 2. By what name is Childermas, December 28, 7. What is politician Boris Johnson's middle better known? name? 3. Which 16th century French astrologer and Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Letchworth; 2 Holy Innocents' Day; 3 Nostradamus; 4 Romania; 5 Mauritius; 6 Nylon; 7 de Pfeffel; 8 It stimulates the production of antibodies; 9 Soprano; 10 Cornucopia (horn of plenty). 8. How does a vaccine work in fighting physician published two collections of disease? prophecies in rhyming form? 4. The Iron Guard was a fascist party in which East 9. What is the highest female singing voice? European country? 10. What is the name given to the decorative 5. Of which island in the Indian Ocean is Port Louis motif from Greek antiquity that denotes Boris Johnson - see Question 7 the capital? abundance and wealth?
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 24, 2012
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