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Re: Daily Quiz

Post by stuie » 17 Nov 2015, 11:37

Previous - For which fruit is the US state of Georgia famous? PEACH


Today - Which is the financial centre and main city of Switzerland?
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Post by stuie » 18 Nov 2015, 12:05

Previous - Which is the financial centre and main city of Switzerland? ZURICH

Today - Who is the only man (at 2009) to have won motorbike and F1 car World Championships?
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Post by stuie » 19 Nov 2015, 13:08

Previous - Who is the only man (at 2009) to have won motorbike and F1 car World Championships? JOHN SURTEES

Today - In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?
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Post by bristleposh » 19 Nov 2015, 15:57

stuie wrote:Previous - Who is the only man (at 2009) to have won motorbike and F1 car World Championships? JOHN SURTEES

Today - In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?
I knew yesterday's, I missed the question for some reason, today's I have not a Scooby
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Post by tonyp » 19 Nov 2015, 22:17

bristleposh wrote:
stuie wrote:Previous - Who is the only man (at 2009) to have won motorbike and F1 car World Championships? JOHN SURTEES

Today - In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?
I knew yesterday's, I missed the question for some reason, today's I have not a Scooby
I guessed yesterday's.
Today's I think I remember. I'm just not 100% sure why Stuie added "in 1968".
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Post by stuie » 20 Nov 2015, 13:04

Previous - In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968? MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE


Today - In which county is the UK prime minister's official country residence Chequers?
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Post by stuie » 22 Nov 2015, 13:04

Previous - In which county is the UK prime minister's official country residence Chequers? BUCKINGHAMSHIRE


Today - Who created the UK TV spoof 007 character Basildon Bond?
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Post by stuie » 23 Nov 2015, 16:18

Previous - Who created the UK TV spoof 007 character Basildon Bond? RUSS ABBOTT

Today - What is the policeman's name in Noddy stories?
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Post by tonyp » 23 Nov 2015, 22:45

stuie wrote: Today - What is the policeman's name in Noddy stories?
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Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:37 am
stuie wrote:
tonyp wrote:What was the name of the policeman in Enid Blyton's 'Noddy'?
I could not think of it, spent all day
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Get ready for an avalanche of answers Stuie!
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Post by stuie » 24 Nov 2015, 20:42

Previous - What is the policeman's name in Noddy stories? PC PLOD


TodayWhat is the word used to describe an animal/plant that is both male and female?
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Post by tonyp » 24 Nov 2015, 21:03

stuie wrote:Previous - What is the policeman's name in Noddy stories? PC PLOD


TodayWhat is the word used to describe an animal/plant that is both male and female?
Could it be Tara Hudson the transgender woman who was born a man has been sent to an all-male prison? :)
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Post by stuie » 25 Nov 2015, 11:51

Previous - What is the word used to describe an animal/plant that is both male and female? HERMAPHRODITE. (Only one correct answer yesterday)

Today - Which TV programme's theme tune was called Hit and Miss?
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Post by tonyp » 25 Nov 2015, 11:56

stuie wrote:Which TV programme's theme tune was called Hit and Miss?
twenty20 cricket?
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stuie wrote:Previous - What is the word used to describe an animal/plant that is both male and female? HERMAPHRODITE. (Only one correct answer yesterday)

Today - Which TV programme's theme tune was called Hit and Miss?
Juke Box Jury.
Do I get a bonus point for knowing that David JAcobs presented it.
I watched it regularly.
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Re: Daily Quiz

Post by stuie » 25 Nov 2015, 21:16

tonyp wrote:
stuie wrote:Previous - What is the word used to describe an animal/plant that is both male and female? HERMAPHRODITE. (Only one correct answer yesterday)

Today - Which TV programme's theme tune was called Hit and Miss?
Juke Box Jury.
Do I get a bonus point for knowing that David JAcobs presented it.
I watched it regularly.
-10 for telling everybody else

(I am sure it was a mistake Tony)
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