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Answers to HSL’s Weekly Quiz- 3rd January 2022

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  1. What is the traditional birthstone for the month of July?



  1. What does the prefix ‘giga’ represent?



  1. What is the capital of Grenada?

Saint George’s


  1. Where would you find the active volcano, Erebus?



  1. In a right-angled triangle, what is the name given to the longest side?



  1. What did the Romans call the city now known as London?



  1. What does the ‘L’ stand for in the American actor, Samuel L. Jackson’s, name?



  1. What is the third-largest state in America?



  1. Which U.S. President was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald?

John F. Kennedy


  1. How many yards are there in a mile?



  1. What is the hardest substance in the human body?

Tooth enamel


  1. Who wrote the children’s book, ‘The Cat in the Hat’?

Dr. Seuss


  1. Where did Henry III house his pet polar bear in the 13th century?

The Tower of London


  1. In which year did Barbie dolls first appear on the market?



  1. Which Stuart king united England and Scotland?

James I (James VI of Scotland)


  1. The March of Dimes was originally founded to help find a vaccine for what?



  1. How many successive Wimbledon titles did Swedish tennis pro, Björn Borg, win?



  1. Who invented the Spinning Jenny which revolutionised cotton spinning?

James Hargreaves


  1. What is the art of paper folding called?



  1. How many letters are between L and S in the alphabet?



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