Good news about Winston’s choice. No doubt you’ll do a FOOD FOR THOUGHT tomorrow.
Here are the quiz answers for Sunday.
The KIN Mid-Week Quiz 92 Answers
- If you still wish to do the latest challenge, scroll down to October 18.
- Remember that no correspondence, computers or cell phones may be entered into!
- Answers below.
- Who ran the first sub four minute mile? (Roger Bannister)
- Edmonton is the capital of which Canadian province? (Alberta)
- American Senators are elected every 2, 4 or 6 years? (6 years)
- In which famous book was the phrase some are more equal than others first used? (Animal Farm)
- What disaster occurred in Ireland in the middle of the 19th century? (The potato famine)
- Who wrote the music and the lyrics of the song Hallelujah? (Leonard Cohen)
- What are the elements argon, helium, neon, krypton, xenon and radon collectively known as? (inert or noble gases)
- Why has the Sanoma Valley been in the news lately? (It’s in the area of the California fires)
- What are Maus 1 and Maus II? (graphic novels)
- What does the Latin phrase ipso facto mean? (in fact)