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April 2017 Sunday Best Quiz by Rod Hunt


Each clue is a familiar double-worded item, person, place or saying - the first letter of the first word is S and the first letter of the second word is B e.g. Smelly practical joke – stink bomb


1 Adverts connected by straps & hung over the shoulders 2 Baking soda


3 Soldier’s belt with a strap that passes over the right shoulder 4 Soup that’s North of the Border 5 Knot for joining two ropes together 6 Poshest room in the pub


7 Volume in which nations laws enacted by the legislature 8 Vomiting and runny tummy (e.g. listeria, salmonella etc.) 9 Shelter for the guard 10 Scapula


11 Snappy, memorable extract from a speech, chosen for succinctness 12 Affluent residential area with access to the city e.g. in Surrey 13 Annual championship game of US National Football League 14 Well-sucked, unwashed and cuddled material comforting a toddler 15 Shane Warne, Saeed Ajman & Muttiah Muralitharan are 16 Snow rescue dog bringing brandy


17 On which M P - 4, K - 5, J - 8, Q X – 10 18 Betula pendula – interesting bark!


21 Rung at Mass at the elevation of the Host


22 Police units responsible for national security and intelligence 23 Less adequate, not so desirable outcome 24 It goes (low) round the room 25 For queasy air travellers 26 To kip in when camping etc


27 Largest and longest key on the keyboard 28 Photokeratitis


29 Seats at the Young Farmers’ barbecue, perhaps 30 From which the points etc were changed 31 Carrier of the flag


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19 Chief who defeated General Custer in the battle at Little Bighorn _________________________________ 20 Only thing said to kill a werewolf


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32 French expression of surprise, annoyance, amazement or dismay _________________________________ 33 Egg preference?


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34 Either derogatory/affectionate term for a person acting foolishly _________________________________ 35 Designed to slow down cars and lorries in built-up areas 36 For gravy, béchamel, hollandaise, velouté etc


37 Laboratory apparatus used to observe animal behaviour 38 A matter that is considered unimportant or trivial 39 Drinking venue for the unmarried and unattached 40 Glycine max 41 For toiletries


44 At 343metres per second or at about 767 mph 45 Noise made by 44 above


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42 Defensive stance i.e. avoid answering questions - prevaricating _________________________________ 43 Clunk-click!


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