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  • denise
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    It isn't. I cheated and looked it up.

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  • GaryM
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    Originally posted by GaryM View Post
    Is the answer to Q16 'Mrs Shakespeare'?
    It was intended as a joke.

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  • Bowler
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    GaryM 🤔🤫

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  • GaryM
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    Is the answer to Q16 'Mrs Shakespeare'?

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  • Barry52
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    I’m struggling with Q5,9,10,12 and 13. I may have some wrong answers but I’ll find out on Friday.

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  • denise
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    Ok. My brain might get going again by then.

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  • Bowler
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    denise I’ll post all the answers on Friday.

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  • denise
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    How do I know if they are right 🤔

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  • Bowler
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    denise no need to show your answers.

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  • denise
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    Q3 pices - can't spell fish sign
    Q6 grape
    q7 Mary rose
    q11 stamen?
    q15 betty boothroyd?
    q19 the Beatles

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  • denise
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    If we can't use the computer can we have some easier ones? just watch Ellie will be on here and answer the lot. 😊

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  • matthew55
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    I think I am in need of an education 😉😄x

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  • denise
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    Now I know I can answer some but I can't pinpoint the answers hiding in my head.

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  • Bowler
    started a topic Quiz questions

    Quiz questions

    Not a great response to the idea of a quiz but here are this weeks questions.
    I will post the answers on Friday. Good luck

    Q1. In law and order what do the initials ACPO stand for?
    Q2. Phnom Penh is the capitol city of which Asian country?
    Q3. Someone born on St Valentine’s Day would have what star sign?
    Q4. James Earl Ray shot and killed which US civil rights leader?
    Q5. Which Italian politician and statesman born in 1469 wrote The Prince ?
    Q6. Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat and Pinot Noir ate varieties of which fruit?
    Q7. Which Tudor ship was raised off the coast of Portsmouth in 1982?
    Q8. Who was sacked as manager of Chelsea in March 2012?
    Q9. What German word describes taking delight in the misfortune of another?
    Q10. Which group were named after a leisure centre in Swindon?
    Q11. What is the male reproductive part of a flower called?
    Q12. Which comedy group provided the voices for children’s TV show Bananaman?
    Q13. In which country is there a cricket ground called the Gabba?
    Q14. What religious organisation produces a newspaper called the War Cry ?
    Q15. Who did John Bercow succeed as speaker of the House of Commons?
    Q16. What was the name of William Shakespeare’s wife?
    Q17. Which US president on a $5 bill?
    Q18. Luxembourg shares a border with which three countries?
    Q19. Which group has had the most UK number one singles?
    a) The Beatles
    ​​​​​​ b) Westlife
    c) Take That
    Q20. Albert Pierrepoint was a well known what?
    a) policeman
    b) judge
    c) hangman.
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