Answers to HSL’s Weekly Quiz- 28th March 2022

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  1. The term ‘GCHQ’ refers to what?

Government Communications Headquarters

 

  1. What is traditionally broken at the end of a Jewish wedding?

A glass

 

  1. In which city will you find the Brandenburg Gate?

Berlin, Germany

 

  1. What is the heaviest internal organ in the human body?

The liver

 

  1. In which country is stilton cheese produced?

England

 

  1. What continent is Morocco located in?

Africa

 

  1. What is the fastest dog breed in the world?

Greyhound

 

  1. How many ‘arms’ does a typical snowflake have?

Six

 

  1. Tropophobia is the irrational fear of what?

Moving or changing where one lives

 

  1. Which southern U.S. city is known for its speciality dish, hot chicken?

Nashville, Tennessee

 

  1. In literature, a villanelle is a type of what?

A nineteen-line lyrical poem

 

  1. Which two English artists formed the pop duo, Wham?

George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley

 

  1. Which planet was originally known as the Georgian Star?

Uranus

 

  1. What type of creature is a copperhead?

Pit viper, snake

 

  1. Which English pop group had a hit with the song, Back for Good, in 1995?

Take That

 

  1. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, is set in which decade?

1920s

 

  1. What is a male camel known as?

Bull

 

  1. What is New Year’s Eve called in Scotland?

Hogmanay

 

  1. How many spaces are there on a standard Monopoly board?

40

 

  1. How many millilitres is a teaspoon?

5ml

 

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