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Summer Quiz 2018 - Answers

Round 1 -  Body Parts

e.g.  A river has one  =  Mouth

1 A saw has these = Teeth
2 Completely broken = Bust
3 A small metal spike with a head = Nail
4 It makes a shark’s skeleton = Cartilage
5 A large strong box = Chest
6 The crest of a hill = Brow
7 A five shilling piece = Crown
8 Motorways have hard ones = Shoulders
9 A reservoir for bile = Gall bladder
10 Mr Presley gains a P = Pelvis

Round 2  - They are all Dukes

e.g  Marched his men up and down a hill = The Grand old Duke of York

1 Composer, arranger, band leader and pianist = Duke Ellington
2 Nickname of actor who was “The man who shot Liberty Valance” = ‘The Duke’ John Wayne
3 His home is Chatsworth House = The Duke of Devonshire
4 Suspected fancifully of being ‘Jack the Ripper’ = Duke of Clarence, Prince Albert Victor
5 TV series loosely based on the life story of Rosa Lewis = The Duchess of Duke street
6 Composition by Bela Bartok = Duke Bluebeard’s castle
7 British general, statesman and P M born in Dublin = Duke of Wellington
8 Was on an Apollo lunar landing mission = Charles Duke
9 Darts sang about him = Duke of Earl
10 This popular gal had brothers Beau and Luke = Daisy Duke . TV The Dukes of Hazzard

Round 3  - Missing links

eg. Cow ----- friend = boy. Take the first letter of each answer to make a word to put in 10

1 Trust ----- raise = fund
2 Table ----- post = lamp
3 Citric ----- rain = acid
4 Silent ----- rule = majority
5 Just ------- box = ice
6 Cat -------- kin = nap
7 Big -------- keeper = game
8 Sell ------- reach out
9 Mode ---- list= sty
10 = Flamingos

Round 4  - Cryptic Musical instruments

eg. Pipe like in form they’re held within a campanile = Tubular bells

1 Little Mr Jones chews rolls for starters then moves on to a drumstick = Trombone
2 Start with two chromosomes and behold you must add your mobile = Xylophone
3 Fish loosing its tail will be here in a little while = Bassoon
4 A cooper would put one of these next to a heart or liver = Barrel organ
5 Throw fishing equipment about  initially in the middle = Castanets
6 We would hurt a girl but without leader Mary = Harmonica
7 I find things printed in sepia nostalgic = Piano
8 A concoction of liquors mingled in parts of Durham = Cocktail drum
9 Also known as a type of kidney bean = Flageolet
10 Heavenly and sky blue = Celeste

Round 5 Words ending in   --- ite                                                                                                           
e.g. To form letters with a pen = write

1 An icicle like pendant of calcium carbonate = Stalactite
2 One who has a place in fashionable company = Socialite
3 In three parts = Tripartite
4 A lover of archery = Toxophilite
5 One devoted to luxury =Sybarite
6 With organs of both sexes = Hermaphrodite
7 A direct vote of the whole Nation on a special point = Plebiscite
8 Water absorbing substance used in seed planting = Vermiculite
9 One opposed to technological innovation = Luddite
10 Needful, indispensable = Requisite

Round 6  - Anagrams  T V Detectives

e.g. A big frog Esme = Maggie Forbes, The Gentle Touch

1 Tease copper = Peter Pascoe, Dalziel & Pascoe
2 Len has drain = Sarah Linden, The Killing
3 Fun bears drink = Frank Burnside, The Bill
4 We oil bribes = Robbie Lewis, Inspector Morse
5 Sent in Joanne = Jane Tennison, Prime Suspect
6 A shy maid Dee = Maddie Hayes, Moonlighting
7 Fixed gold warren = Reginald Wexford, Ruth Rendell Mysteries
8 Hall is damaged = Adam Dalgliesh. The murder room 2004 & others
9 Never ingest pilot = Peter Livingstone, Taggart
10 Cheer I am parakeet = Harriet Makepeace, Demsey & Makepeace

Round 7  -  What Links

e.g. Charon; Nix; Hydra; Kerberos; Styx. = Moons of Pluto

1 Parliament April- June 1614 ; a putrid egg; muddleheaded = Addled
2 Christopher; Erasmus; Francis of Paola = Patron Saints of sailors
3 Wooden; glass; good; eclipsed = Hearts in hit songs: Elvis, Blondie; Jason Donovan; Bonnie Tyler.
4 Olympic; Britannic; Titanic = White Star Line Ships
5 Saltaire; Bournville; New Eastwick; Port Sunlight = Villages created by philanthropic businessmen for their workers
6 Al Capone; Lester Piggott; Wesley Snipes = Jailed for tax evasion
7 Ippon; waza-ari ; yuko = Scores in Judo.
8 Bran; Porsha; Merlina; Rocky; Munin; Hugine; Gripp = Tower of London ravens
9 Sarah Burton; Elizabeth Emanuel; Lindka Cierach; Norman Hartnell = Designed Royal wedding dresses: Kate Middleton; Diana Spencer; Sarah Ferguson; The Queen
10 Adidas; Haribo; Ikea; B &Q; JCB; DHL = Companies named after founders.

Round 8 - Ways of looking

e.g. To look through a narrow opening = peep

1 To esteem = Regard
2 To look gloomy & malevolent = Scowl or glower
3 Military preliminary examination = Reconnoitre
4 To look fixedly = Gaze or stare
5 A sly lecherous look = Leer
6 Overpowering lustre = Glare
7 To look about sneakingly = Snoop
8 One might do this to their navel = Contemplate
9 To look comprehensively & extensively = Survey
10 Range or field of sight = View

Round 9 - Film publicity.

e.g. He is afraid. He is totally alone. He is 33 million light years from home. = ET. The extraterrestrial.

1 Eight legs, two fangs and an attitude = Arachnophobia
2 Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the departure lounge = Airplane. 11 the sequel
3 When he pours he reigns = Cocktail
4 We are not alone = Close Encounters of the Third Kind
5 They’re young ---- they’re in love ---- and they kill people = Bonnie and Clyde
6 An adventure 65 million years in the making = Jurassic Park
7 When the going gets tough the tough get going = The Jewel of the Nile
8 In space no one can hear you scream = Alien
9 Don’t give away the ending - it’s the only one we have = Psycho
10 They left as boys, never to return as men = All Quiet on the Western Front
               
Round 10 - Identify items found in a kitchen

1 Ladle
2 Silicon pastry brush
3 Microplane grater
4 Cherry or olive stoner
5 Wooden rolling pin (end on)
6 Crab claw cracker
7 Garlic press
8 Pizza wheel
9 Wooden skewers
10 Pie funnel (Blackbird)