Cuppa and daily quizzes: October 30, 2021
#OnThisDay – In 1485, Henri Tudor was crowned Henri VII. He founded the Tudor dynasty, ended the War of the Roses, used his children’s marriages to form alliances, and signed treaties that increased the power of England.
- What creature are Puffer, Angel and Dog all types?
- In the game of snooker, which colored ball, after the first colored ball after all red balls have been pocketed, should be cast second?
- ‘The King of Barataria’ is the subtitle of which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta?
- In mythology, Romulus and Remus were raised by which animal?
- What variety of vegetable is a Pentland? turnip, potato, carrot, peas
- In Greek mythology, who is the rainbow goddess?
- Who designed the stained glass window in the Baptistery at Coventry Cathedral?
- In which city does “The Aristocats” take place? Paris, London, New York, Rome
- What was Wolfgang Mozart’s middle name?
- What is dermatophobia afraid of?
Answers of October 29:
Questions: 1. What is the name of a brooch or ring with a portrait profile carved in relief? 2. In July 2013, the Archbishop of Canterbury said he was “embarrassed and irritated” that the Church of England had invested indirectly in which online company? 3.Which city in the Middle East is also named after a type of artichoke? 4.What is the capital of Lithuania? 5. Who sang the title songs of the James Bond films “Goldfinger” and “Diamonds are Forever”? 6. What is the title of the third film “Road” with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby? 7.What sport is Silverstone most associated with? 8.What act was successful with the famous track “Be Bop A Lula”? Eddie Cochran, Johnny Cash, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins 9. Which US President was born William Jefferson Blythe III? 10.Nostradamus was famous for doing what?
Answers: 1.Cameo 2.Wonga 3.Jerusalem 4.Vilnius 5.Shirley Bassey. 6.Road to Morocco 7.Motor Racing 8.Gene Vincent 9.Bill Clinton 10.Predictions
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