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Coffee Break Corner Quiz


Take a break and test your memory with our regular general knowledge quiz


1. How many minutes are there in a day? 2. Which circuit has hosted the Italian F1 Grand Prix every year except 1980? 3. What type of creature is a purple emperor? 4. Who is the founder of the internet encyclopedia Wikipedia? 5. Where were the Gods of Norse mythology said to live? 6. Michelle Robinson is the maiden name of whose wife? 7. By what name do we now know the Chinese gooseberry? 8. Who wrote Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? 9. Which British politician said “A week is a long time in politics”? 10. Which insect is responsible for the spread of malaria? 11. In which part of the UK is the novel Lorna Doone set? 12. What is the distance between the wickets in a game of cricket? 13. Who was the fourth wife of Henry VIII? 14. What US State has the highest population? 15. Spell the French word for the number three. 16. What is the medical name for chicken pox? 17. Which artist said “In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes”? 18. Which river flows through the capital city of Italy? 19. Under what pseudonym did Emily Bronte first publish her novel Wuthering Heights? 20. Which chemical element takes its name from the island of Cyprus?


Under what pseudonym did Emily Bronte first publish her novel Wuthering Heights?


MARKET TRADER, MARCH 29 - APRIL 11, 2019


What is the distance between the wickets in a game of cricket? (Photo: gin soak) This week’s quote


“We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.”


– Kurt Vonnegut, Mother Night


ANSWERS:


1. 1440 2. Monza 3. A butterfly 4. Jimmy Wales 5. Asgard 6. Barrack Obama 7. Kiwi fruit 8. Ian Fleming 9. Harold Wilson 10. Mosquito


11. Exmoor (Devon) 12. 22 yards 13. Anne of Cleves 14. California 15. Trois 16. Varicella 17. Andy Warhol 18. River Tiber 19. Ellis Bell 20. Copper


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