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Diana’s Quiz – January 28, 2023

by Diana Filer 1.  Who composed the libretto...

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Diana’s Quiz – January 28, 2023

by Diana Filer 1.  Who composed the libretto for the Canadian chamber opera ''Pauline'' by composer Tobin Stokes, about the Mohawk writer Pauline Johnson? 2.  What is the difference between iron...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – January 21, 2023

by Diana Filer 1.  The University of Toronto is Canada's top university of 2023.  It is ranked 18th in the world. 2.  There are 119 elements in the periodic table as...

Diana’s Quiz – January 21, 2023

by Diana Filer 1.  What is 2023's best university in Canada? 2.  How many elements are there currently in the periodic table? 3.  Who is Rishi Sunak? 4.  What is 'the mcguffin' in...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz June 23, 2012

Craigellachie, British Columbia The  Galilean moons of Jupiter, discovered by Galileo in 1610 The  innermost arm of the Milky Way galaxy Norman Mailer Wiltshire 

Diana’s Quiz June 23, 2012

Where was the ''last spike'' driven to  complete the cross-Canada linkd of the Canadian Pacific  Railroad? What are Io, Europa, Ganymede and  Callisto? Where is Norma Arm? Which...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz June 16, 2012

Newfoundland/Labrador According to most sources Lumbini, in present-day Nepal,  A thousand of something, especially a thousand years (and no, not the next Olympics in Santiago!) In...

Diana’s Quiz June 16, 2012

What is the name of Canada's newestprovince? Where is the birthplace pf Buddha? What is a chiliad?  To what does the slogan ""fifty-fourfortyfight'', refer? What is...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – June 9, 2012

A sword Iceland  The Holy Island of  Lindisfarne It is a primitive arachnid Gaius Petronius Arbiter, known as Petronius    

Diana’s Quiz – June 9, 2012

Of what weapon is the foible a part?  Which country uses only green,  renewable energy, with no nuclear, gas or fossil fuel  sources? Where did...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – June 2, 2012

The Eiffel Towel  United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Wayne Gretzky, with 894. Second most: Gordie Howe The Walther PPK The clarinet

Diana’s Quiz – June 2, 2012

What was the tallest structure in the world 100 years ago? What does UNESCO stand for? Which hockey player has till now scored the...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz May 26, 2012

1.The Fantasticks, which ran off Broadway for 17,162 shows over 42 years 2. It is the phonetic translation of ''quelque chose'' 3. Feist 4. Nanisivik, Nunavut 5. Howard Engel of Toronto

Diana’s Quiz May 26, 2012

1. What is the longest running English language musical?    2. From what French phrase does the word ''kickshaw'', meaning ''delicacy'' or ''trinket'' derive?   3. Who won...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – May 19, 2012

1.  The vermin-ridden, graffitti-sprayed Hans Brinker Budget Hotel in Amsterdam, Holland 2.  A manuscript that has been written over the top of an earlier writing,...

Diana’s Quiz – May 19, 2012

 1. What hostelry advertises and prides itself as being "The Worst Hotel in the World"? 2. What is a palimpsest? 3. What is a gerund?  4....

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – May 12, 2012

South America, formerly Dutch Guiana. Fred Wah Lacrosse the 13th day of most months, originallly thought to have been the day of the full moon. In only...

Diana’s Quiz – May 12, 2012

Where is Surinam, and what was its former name? Who is Canada's current poet laureate? Besides hockey, what is the other national sport of Canada?  On...

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