Answers to HSL’s Weekly Quiz- 4th February 2021
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- What was the name of the ship that rescued survivors from the Titanic in 1912?
- Which US individual patented the first commercial light bulb in 1879?
- Which French city does the dish bouillabaisse originally come from?
- In what year was the iconic film, ‘Jaws’, released?
- How many honorary degrees has David Attenborough received from British universities?
- Which musical icon is Liverpool Airport named after?
- What is the largest organ in the human body?
- There are six naturally occurring noble gases. Can you name four of them?
Helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, radon
- Where on the human body can the ‘anatomical snuffbox’ be found?
The radial fossa, or ‘anatomical snuffbox’, is a triangular depression at the base of the thumb when extended.
- In the 1992 Disney film, ‘Aladdin’, who voiced Genie?
- Which famous artist created the sculpture ‘The Thinker’?
- What is the main ingredient in baba ganoush?
- Name the four US states beginning with the letter ‘I’.
Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa
- Who was the lead singer of the famous rock band Black Sabbath?
- Who wrote the first two ‘The Godfather’ books: ‘The Godfather’ and ‘The Sicilian’?
- In what country is the Suez Canal located?
- What is the smallest breed of dog?
- Who is the current captain of the England women’s cricket team?
- Which band recorded the iconic ‘Friends’ sitcom theme tune?
- What are the three branches of the American government?
Judicial, Legislative and Executive