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The following events all occurred in a year in living memory. Can you guess the year? 1 The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) held its first public meeting 2 Sputnik I disintegrated as it entered the earth's atmosphere 3 Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party was premiered 4 21-year-old Garfield Sobers scored a record 365 Test runs impossipuzzles "When they were younger it was more obvious that all five were different ages," Don declared. "They were born two years apart. Gave my wife and me a hard time for a while."

Rowan nodded. "I bet they did, but how old are they now?" Don replied, "If you divide the square of the age of the oldest by a quarter of that same age, you get the total of their ages."

Well? wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean? GOURD A Ailment of the throat B A fruit of the cucumber family C Wooden fencing dividing fields who am I? A singer, I was born in New York in 1939. I composed the song Is This The Way To Amarillo. My Top Ten hits of the 1960s included Oh! Carol, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do and Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen.

10 Questions 1. Flocks of which bird form 'murmurations' in the sky? 2. Which Northumberland castle was besieged by the Scots twice in 1327, each time without success? 3. 'Dead presidents' is a slang term for what in the USA? 4. Which comedian wrote and performed the song The Ballad of Barry and Freda (Let's Do It)? 5. What is taught at New York's Juilliard School? 6. What is the name of the youngest child in CS Lewis's Narnia chronicles? 7. The colour magenta is named after a battle fought in 1859 in a town which now lies in which country? 8. Bishop Anthony Bek made Auckland Castle, then Auckland Palace, his main residence in the 14th Century rather than Durham Castle in order to be closer to locations where he did what? 9. Mary Goodnight is a character from which James Bond film? 10. Which former prime minister's father was a circus performer? answers Major's John Gun, Golden the with Man The 9 hunting, Went 8 Italy, 7 Lucy, 6 arts, Performing questions: 10 5 Wood, Victoria 4 Banknotes, 3 Warkworth, 2 Starlings, 1.


Neil I: AM WHO B.

wordwise: years.

20 and 18 16, 14, 12, Ages impossipuzzles: 1958.

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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jun 12, 2017
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