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Diana’s Quiz January 5, 2013

Where did the expression 3 Dog Night originate? What is a byte? What is a dormin? When, if ever, did Niagara Falls freeze over completely? Who invented scissors?

Answers to Diana’s Quiz, December 29, 2012

1. In Scotland, if the first person to enter the house on New Year's day is a dark, young and good-looking male, this indicates a...

Diana’s Quiz – December 29, 2012

1.  What well-known New Year's tradition involves a good-looking young dark-haired man? 2.  What are the New Year's traditions in Japan? 3.  According to the Chinese...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz, December 22, 2012

St Nicholas - Father Christmas - was born in Demre (Myra) Turkey Chris Hadfield Christmas pudding originate in an old Celtic dish called ''frumenty'', a spiced...

Diana’s Quiz, December 22, 2012

What is considered the true birthplace of St Nicholas? Who is the first Canadian to assume command of the International Space Station? Where did Christmas pudding...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz, December 15, 2012

1. Gunpowder, the compass, paper making and printing 2. A hafis is a Muslim who knows the Koran by heart 3.  Finland.  Canada is rated 3rd cleanest. 4.  Death,...

Diana’s Quiz, December 15, 2012

1.  What are the Four Great Inventions of Ancient China? 2.  What is a hafis? 3.  What is rated as the cleanest country in the world? 4. ...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – December 8, 2012

A hashtag is a word or phrase prefixed by the pound or number sign symbol, "#", in social networking, such as Twitter.  It    is also called...

Diana’s Quiz, December 8, 2012

What is a hashtag? What do you do when you repine? Who is known as a developer of the artistic technique of Pointillism? What is the name...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz, December 1, 2012

The hagfish The Great Almonte Train Wreck took place in 1942 Susanna Moodie The standard pitch is A440 cycles per second. From bananas
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