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The following events all occurred in a year in living memory. Can you guess the year? 1. Sean Connery starred in Thunderball. 2. The Walker Brothers had a UK No.1 single with Make It Easy On Yourself.

3. Train robber Ronald Biggs escaped from prison. 4. Author JK Rowling was born.

impossipuzzles Gail brought in a paper bag. "I got the iced buns you like," she said. "Here's the change from the PS2 you gave me."

"That's nice," replied her mother. "But I thought you would get those others at 17p each."

"You didn't tell me." Gail shook her head. "Anyway, they would have cost 25p more for the same number."

How many had she bought? wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean? VITTA A Pertaining to calving B Tubelike cavity found in plants C Tenacious of life who am I? An actor, I was born in Blackburn in 1942. I made my motion picture debut in the 1962 film The Wild And The Willing and went on to play the popular TV character Lovejoy in the 1980s and 90s. I am best known in the US for my star role in the series Deadwood.

10 Questions 1. The waterfalls Cauldron Snout and High Force lie on which North East river? 2. Resembling a small lobster, what is the largest freshwater crustacean found in Britain? 3. The name of which sea is Latin for "middle of the land"? 4. The Victorian poisoner Mary Ann Cotton is associated with which Durham village? 5. Grub Street in London's Barbican area, once known for being populated by writers and publishers, is now called what? 6. Several 'Wooden Dolly' statues have stood in North Shields over the years - but what had the first one originally been? 7. In which city were the 1996 Olympic Games held? 8. Stirling, Glamis and Spynie are all Scottish what? 9. In The Jungle Book, what kind of animal is Hathi? 10. In which year did the UK join the European Economic Community?

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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
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Date:Nov 11, 2016
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