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Tea Break Quick Crossword Quiz Who Said That? Thought of the Day Wordplay Knowledge


Tea Break Quick Crossword CROSSWORD CLUES


ACROSS 1. Large island part of Canada’s most easterly province (12)


9. Large semi-aquatic pachyderm (abbr) (5)


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10. Breed of cat (7) 11. Injure seriously, leaving permanent damage (4)


12. Gigantic statue that once stood at the Rhodes harbour entrance (8)


14. Not amenable to discipline (6) 15. French female chorus line dance (6)


18. Tea flavoured with bergamot (4,4)


Remember When. . .


All these events occurred in the same year but in which year was it?


• The singer Morrissey was born • Film director Cecil B DeMille died • Fidel Castro became Prime Minister of Cuba • The movie “Some Like it Hot” was in the cinema


Thought for the day “...Simplicity is all of the small steps we can take Yolanda V Acree


to make our lives and the world around us more enjoyable...





Wordplay: EPULATION The word may seem familiar but do you know


Tea Break Quick Crossword Quiz Who Said That? Thought of the Day Wordplay Knowledge


rdplay Knowledge boosting...Trivia! Who Am I?


what it means?


A – Feasting B – A shoulder badge C – Cicatrising


• A nurse. I was born in Jamaica in 1805.


• During the Crimean War I visited Florence Nightingale’s hospital at Scutari, before setting up my own “British Hotel” to keep troops in Kadikoli. In 2004 I was voted as the greatest black Briton.


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20. Provide with money (6) 22. Warren residents (7) 23. Relative by marriage (2,3)


DOWN 2. Containing less (7) 3. Flat mass of floating ice (4) 4. Outcome (6) 5. Straight line on a slant (8)


6. Spaces covered by two- dimensional surfaces (9)


7. Severe scolding (8-4) 8. Agatha Christie play (3,9)


13. Slow-moving (8) 16. People with their partners (7) 17. Bible passage read during a church service (6)


19. Mechanical worker (5) 21. Decree - Italian car (4)


Quiz


1. Which controversial American psychologist, once described by Richard Nixon as the "most dangerous man in America", is 'buried' in space?


2. Which European country recently broke the record of 249 days without a government?


3. Which popular North American snack is often used to describe the shape of a Torus?


4. In which year did the Earth's population reach the one billion mark? 5. Which two popular singers played a role alongside John Wayne in the 1959 western Rio Bravo?


6. How many times in a day do the hour and minute hands of a standard clock overlap?


7. In which film did Cate Blanchett receive the best supporting actress Oscar for her portrayal of Oscar winner Katherine Hepburn?


8. Bora, Solano, Tramontane, Pampero and Mistral are all examples of what?


9. Twisted Kites was the original name for which recently 'retired' band?


10. Emil Jannings was the only German man to have won what?


24. Chips to stand (anag) - game played with coins (5-3-4)


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