Time out extra.
who, what, where, when? WHO suffered serious brain damage during his fight with Nigel Benn in 1995? WHAT is the more familiar name for the spearfish? WHERE in the body would amoebiasis strike? WHEN did the first shipment of transported British convicts set sail for Australia? remember when... The following events all occurred in a year in living memory. Can you guess the year? 1. Kenya became independent 2. The first ever episode of Dr Who was transmitted 3. PS2.6m was stolen in the Great Train Robbery 4. Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space impossipuzzles Clem emptied the bag of kalotan kobels on the the table. "I know you like them," he said.
"Crazy about them! But so many," Helen replied. "They must have cost a fortune."
"Not too much," Clem told her, "I got one more than the price of each in pence, PS3.80 the lot."
How many had he bought? wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean? WHIFFLER A. One who complains B. Official who clears the way for a procession C. Producer of soured milk who am I? An athlete, I was born in Cardiff in 1969. Born with spina bifida, I'm a wheelchair user. I became Britain's most successful Paralympian when I won my 11th Olympic medal in Athens.
10 questions 1. Nile Rodgers and Chic are to give a performance at which North East landmark next month? 2. Which sea creature has three hearts? 3. Complete the first line of this nursery rhyme: 'Ride a cock horse to...' 4. Ostia is the port area giving access to which European city? 5. Which actor starred in the film 1984 and died in the year 1984? 6. Amble in Northumberland holds a festival celebrating which bird every year? 7. Where in the body is the zygomatic bone? 8. In nautical terminology, what is the opposite of windward? 9. Novelist Victor Hugo wrote Les Miserables on which island while in exile from France? 10. England's 'Rhubarb Triangle' once produced 90% of the world's winter rhubarb. In which county is it? answers WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN: Gerald McClellan; marlin; intestines; 1787.
REMEMBER WHEN: 1963 IMPOSSIPUZZLES: Clem bought 20 kobels WORDWISE: B WHO AM I: Tanni Grey-Thompson 10 QUESTIONS: 1. Alnwick Castle, 2. Octopus, 3 Banbury Cross, 4 Rome, 5 Richard Burton, 6 Puffin, 7 Head/face (cheekbone), 8 Leeward, 9 Guernsey, 10 West Yorkshire
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Jun 29, 2018|
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