Friday Quiz 20 November

A relatively easy set today I think. Answers are in the first comment below. There are also some clues in the images.

Quote from Dr Seuss, Hagia Sophia, SpaceX and Sargasso Sea
Clues for questions 4, 6, 7, and 10
  1.  Sir Alec Issigonnis designed an iconic car that was first produced in 1959 and became a world wide success.  What was the car? 
  2. The oldest endurance car race takes place each year in France.  Where does it take place and how long does it last?  
  3. Where in the body would you find the radius?   
  4. Who wrote:  “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”  
  5. What department store provides a parade in New York for Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday in November?  This year it can be seen only online. 
  6. What is the only major city located on two continents? 
  7. What is the only sea on earth with no coastline?  (Clue if needed – where eels go to reproduce) 
  8. Which country in South America is the only one with an Atlantic and a Pacific Coast?  
  9. Who wrote the book ‘A Promised Land’ published this week? 
  10. Four astronauts set off and arrived at the International Space Station this week.  How did they get there?  

5 comments

  1. Answers to today’s Quiz

    1. The mini.
    2. Le Mans, 24 hours.
    3. One of the forearm bones slightly thicker but shorter than the ulna.
    4. Macys.
    5. Dr Seuss
    6. Istanbul – straddles the Bosphorus that separates Europe and Asia.
    7. Sargasso Sea
    8. Colombia.
    9. Barack Obama
    10. SpaceX rocket named Resiliance.

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