Friday Quiz 14 May

Picture clues to questions 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8.
Hints for questions 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8.

Friday lunchtime again and this week’s quiz is here. Answers are in the first comment below. There are some clues in the images above.

  1. In the Charles Dickens’ novel ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, what are the two cities? 
  2. Which flower does the spice saffron come from?
  3. In which European city is the famous statue, The Little Mermaid?
  4. Which President used the slogan ‘The buck stops here’?
  5. What links:  adenine; cytosine; guanine; thymine?
  6. What is the more common name for the singer Cherilyn Sarkisian? 
  7. Which TV sitcom is due to have a long awaited reunion episode to be broadcast on May 27? 
  8. The Dakota Building in New York has been the home of many famous people. Which resident wrote the score for the musical West Side Story? 
  9. What do the initials stand for in fashion brand DKNY?
  10. Emperor, chinstrap, rockhopper and gentoo are all types of what? 

4 comments

  1. Answers to today’s quiz.

    1. London and Paris.
    2. The crocus.
    3. Copenhagen, Denmark.
    4. Harry S Truman.
    5. They are the 4 constituent bases of DNA.
    6. Cher. (of course)
    7. Friends – will it be the inevitable let down?
    8. Leonard Bernstein.
    9. Donna Karan, New York.
    10. Penguins.

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