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Remembered Today:

The Wednesday Quiz


bruce

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It will begin at 9.15 (Council briefing on the new leisure centre allowing).

It will be alphabetical i.e. the answer to the first question will begin with A, the second with B etc.

There will be 26 questions (!)

Hoping that Megan will score for us.

It will be 1,2,3.

Bruce

P.S. None of the answers will be either Haig or Telford.

P.P.S. Provide your own jelly.

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Hoping that Megan will score for us.

Ok I shall be there somewhere with my score sheet :lol:

Q1 answer- Nottingham Forest

Q2 answer- Katherine of Aragon

Q8 answer- Trout :lol:

Do I start with 3 points then?

Megan :)

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Thanks, Megan.

All scores start from 0....nobody gets a head start, and neither 17 nor trout will be a correct answer!

Bruce

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P.P.S. Provide your own jelly.

Are you supplying the ice cream and hundreds and thousands then?

Might be there...might not. Annual Parish Meeting <_<

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Q.24. X-Ray? Xylophone?

Q.26. Zoo?

As for Q.20, if Trout and Telford are ruled out, what other worthwhile words beginning with T remain? What sort of quiz are you running here?

Disgusted of Abergele.

( :P )

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As for Q.20, if Trout and Telford are ruled out, what other worthwhile words beginning with T remain?

Torromolinos? Tambourine? Trench? Taube? Triplane? Thatcher? Tottenham? Tranmere?

Now, where is that coat..... :unsure:

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Torromolinos? Tambourine? Trench? Taube? Triplane? Tottenham? Tranmere? Thatcher?

and Tyrant!

"A tyrant is a single individual holding vast, if not absolute power through a state or in an organization. The term carries connotations of a harsh and cruel ruler who place their own interests or the interests of a small oligarchy over the best interests of the general population which they govern or control."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrant

I think you do it on purpose Steven. :unsure:

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I think you do it on purpose Steven.

:o

<_<

:lol:

Mornington Crescent!

Welcome back, by the way

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Torromolinos? Tambourine? Trench? Taube? Triplane? Thatcher? Tottenham? Tranmere?

Now, where is that coat..... :unsure:

Thomas, Tom, Tommy, Tam, Tammas , Tam o'Shanter and my cousin Tom in NewZealand.

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Steven, I set a trap for you - and you didn't list 'Tory' under the worthwhile 'T's'!! :lol:

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I thought it would upset Beppo. :lol:

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Q.24. X-Ray? Xylophone?

Q.26. Zoo?

As for Q.20, if Trout and Telford are ruled out, what other worthwhile words beginning with T remain? What sort of quiz are you running here?

Disgusted of Abergele.

( :P )

Dear Disgusted of Abergele,

To find out what other possible answers there might be beginning with T, you will just have to turn up and play the quiz next Wednesday!

:D

Bruce

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Steven, I set a trap for you - and you didn't list 'Tory' under the worthwhile 'T's'!! :lol:

Are you implying that Tories are worthwhile?

:D

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In the time honoured skindles tradition, what about Saturday?

If anyone is interested, I have an old man's quiz of 30 questions. Assuming that I return from my great expedition to Berwick upon Tweed and Eyemouth which I have planned fro this sunny day, the start will be 9 of the clock. Come on, if you think you're hard enough.

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Dear Disgusted of Abergele,

To find out what other possible answers there might be beginning with T, you will just have to turn up and play the quiz next Wednesday!

:D

Bruce

I have every intention (it just depends on the more dominant intentions of my wife and kids)

Cheers for now - must go and prcatice for Q.20.

tab tabanidae tabard tabasco

tabasco pepper tabbouleh tabby tabernacle tabernaemontana tabes

tabes dorsalis tabi tablature table table d'hote table game

table knife table lamp table linen table mat table rapping table talk

table tennis table tipping table wine table-mountain pine table-tennis racquet table-tennis table

tableau tablecloth tablefork tableland tablemate tablespoon

tablet tablet-armed chair tabletop tableware tabloid taboo

tabor tabora aboret tabriz tabula rasa tabular tabularize tabulate

tabulation tacca taccaceae tachina fly tachinidae tachistoscope

tachogram tachograph tachometer tachycardia tachyglossidae tachyglossus

tachylite tachymeter tachypleus tacitly taciturn tack

tack hammer tacker tackle tackler tacky taco

taco sauce tacoma tacoma narrows bridge taconite tact tactful

tactfully tactic tactical tactical intelligence tactical warning tactically

tactician tactics tactile tactile property tactless tactlessly

.....................

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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I thought it would upset Beppo. :lol:

I don't mind at all Steven. Go right ahead and tell us how "worthwhile" the Tories are. :unsure:

After all, you will need to practice keeping a straight face for next months elections. :rolleyes:

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If anyone is interested, I have an old man's quiz of 30 questions. Assuming that I return from my great expedition to Berwick upon Tweed and Eyemouth which I have planned fro this sunny day, the start will be 9 of the clock. Come on, if you think you're hard enough.

Whoooeeee! The mosstroopers are raiding Berwick again. Lock the door Lariston. I'll be there pretending to be old.

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Whoooeeee! The mosstroopers are raiding Berwick again. Lock the door Lariston. I'll be there pretending to be old.

Locking the door is no use. :unsure:

You will need a Peel Tower at the very least. :D

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I have every intention (it just depends on the more dominant intentions of my wife and kids)

Cheers for now - must go and prcatice for Q.20.

tab .............aboret.................... tactlessly

I'm sorry, the inclusion of a word beginning with " a " renders your list inadmissable.

Here is one you may wish to muse on, Terpsichorean. Perhaps due to a liberal interpretation of the meaning of conservative, Churchill was known to tergiversate on two occasions.

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