Answers to HSL’s Weekly Quiz- 21st March 2022
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- On which part of the body would one wear a cravat?
- What was the Roman name for England?
- Rita Maria Crudgington became famous after ripping her skirt off, but what name did she choose to perform under?
- Meyer, Eureka and Sorrento are types of which yellow citrus fruit?
- The mnemonic HOMES refers to what?
The five Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior
- In which French city would you find the Musee D’Orsay?
- Which actress played Margaret Thatcher in the 2011 film, ‘The Iron Lady’?
- Which planet has the shortest year?
- ‘Notes on Nursing’ was a 1859 book by which English founder of modern nursing?
- In March 1983 Bob Hawke was appointed as prime minister of which country?
- What did ancient Egyptians use as pillows?
Wood and stones
- What instrument did Lionel Hampton introduce to jazz in 1930?
- Who is Cleveland, Ohio, named after?
General Moses Cleveland
- Trinidad and Tobago is part of which continent?
- Known as Venus to the Romans and Freya to Norsemen, what was this goddess known as to the Greeks?
- Where was Buddha born?
Lumbini Province, Nepal
- The song, ‘Disco Inferno’, appeared on the soundtrack of which 1970s movie?
Saturday Night Fever
- What colour are the stars on China’s flag?
- What is the fear of the sun called?
- Epee, Sabre and Foil are all types of what?
Swords (Fencing swords)