20th May Answers

The  answers you gave were:
Who was British Prime Minister before Theresa May? – David Cameron

What do the numbers add up to on the opposite sides of a dice? – 7

What is the colour of the centre target on an archery target? – Yellow

What is the legal term for telling lies under oath? – Perjury

What Was Harry S. Truman’s Middle Name? – Just S

What animal would you find in an Eyrie? – Eagle

What is the name of the Jewish New Year festival? – Rosh Hashanah

What name is also used as a term for female donkey? – Jenny

Dmitri Mendeleev is the famous developer of what? – The Modern Periodic Table

The Beaufort Takeaway Haddock, Chips and Peas is £8.95, but what is the Roman numeral for 895? – DCCCXCV

What part of Cyrano de Bergerac’s anatomy was famously large? – His nose

What line was used to indicates the limit until which a ship could be loaded with cargo? – Plimsoll line

Where would you find the metatarsal arch? – Your foot

E.coli is a type of what? – Bacteria

How many people are there on an English jury? – 12

Where would you find the Golden Gate bridge? – San Francisco

Who famously ‘kissed the girls and made them cry’? – Georgie Porgie

In the World of Superheroes, what is Diana Prince’s other identity? – Wonder Woman

Which did Joan Collins play in 80’s TV ‘Dynasty’? – Alexis Carrington Colby

What was Margaret Mitchell’s only book? – Gone With The Wind

Which 007 actor was once the ‘Big Fry’ man in TV adverts? – George Lazenby

Which actor recorded the song ‘I born under a wand’rin’ star’? – Lee Marvin

Which Italian city is mentioned in the lyrics of the Right Said Fred Song “I’m Too Sexy”? – Milan

Dothraki is a fictional language that features in which television series? – Game of Thrones

Happy Talk and Some Enchanted Evening are songs from which 1958 musical? – South Pacific

In how many movies has Harrison Ford played Indiana Jones – 4

In which city is La Scala opera house? – Milan

Who was king of England at the time of the Gunpowder Plot? – James I

How Many Digits Do The Simpsons Characters Have On Each Hand? – 4

What Is The Name Of The Vacuum Cleaner In The Teletubbies? – Noo Noo

What Was Significant About The 1962 Carry On Film ‘Carry On Cruising’ – First of the series in Colour

Former Mr Universe Lou Ferrigno, played a key character in which TV series from the 1970s? – The Incredible Hulk

Why Did Peter Sellers Not Appear In The Curse Of The Pink Panther – He had died

Who Plays The Chief Villain Hans Gruber In The 1988 Film Die Hard – Alan Rickman

Who Is The Killer Tracked Down By FBI Trainee Clarice Starling In The Silence Of The Lambs – Buffalo Bill

In the Craig David song, “7 Days”, What happened on Tuesday? – Took her for a drink

What instrument did Nat King Cole play? – Piano

Released in 22 March 1963, what was the Beatles first Album? – Please Please Me

Which 1967 song written by Cat Stevens, became a hit for Rod Stewart in 1977 and Sheryl Crow in 2003? – The First Cut is the Deepest

Who rose to fame in 2008 with the release of the single I Kissed a Girl? – Katy Perry

What song, with a strange title,  was a hit in 1954 for Max Bygraves ? – Gilly Gilly Ossenfeffer Katzenellen Bogen by the Sea

What is the better known stage name of Robyn Fenty? – Rihanna

Which group’s best-known recording is the 1967 single ‘A Whiter Shade of Pale’? – Procol Harum

Matt Goss, Luke Goss, Craig Logan were better known as which group? – Bros

What is the actually first words to Bon Jovi hit,  “‘Livin’ on a Prayer”? – Once upon a time not so long ago

Which song by Europe begins: ‘We’re leaving together, but still it’s farewell’? – The Final Countdown

Which band had a hit in 1969 with ‘Pinball wizard?’ – The Who

What type of food is Bel Paese? – A type of Cheese

What word means dry on a bottle of Italian wine? – Secco

From which type of flower does a vanilla pod come? – Orchid

Nevada and Canberra are varieties of which type of vegetable? – Cauliflower

Fondue is a national dish of which country? – Switzerland

Mashed what, is the main ingredient of hummus? – Chickpeas

In a ‘Carpetbag Steak’, what are placed into a small pocket cut into the meat? – Oysters

The Rapel Valley is a large wine-producing region in which country? – Chile

Eccles cakes are named after an English town in which county? – Lancashire

What shape is ‘Farfalle’ pasta? – Bowtie

According to the famous quote from the ‘Silence of the Lambs’, Hannibal Lecter ate the liver of a census taker with fava beans and which wine? – A niie Chianti

Dolmades is a Greek dish wrapped in what? – Vine leaves

Poached fillet of salmon,  Grilled swordfish steak and Bajan fishcakes are meals available now on the Beaufort Takeaway menu.  How much are they each? – £9.95

What did people do with Oxford bags? – Wear Them

What traditionally did a fletcher make? – Arrows

What do philatelists collect? – Stamps

What does a Costermonger sell? – Fruit and vegetables

What gas propels the cork from a champagne bottle? – Carbon dioxide

What is the more common term for a  necropolis? – A Cemetery

What is an encyclical? – A letter from the Pope

What is the high tower of a Muslim mosque called? – A minaret

What is the male reproductive organ of a plant called? – Stamen

What nationality was the playwright Ibsen? – Norwegian

What profession did Hillary Clinton previously practise? – Lawyer

What scale is used to measure wind velocity? – Beaufort Scale

At the time that Jesus was crucified, which Roman was the governor of Jerusalem? – Pontius Pilate

What did Siam change its name to in 1949? – Thailand

Which country changed it’s name from German Southwest Africa in 1915 to Southwest Africa and then changed again in 1990? – Namibia

What is the French name for the English Channel? – La Manche

In Spain what would a Spaniard refer to as an autopista? – Motorway

What is the state capital of Florida? – Tallahassee

Which two countries own the Virgin Islands? – USA and UK

Which Egyptian obelisk stands on the Thames Embankment? – “Cleopatra’s Needle”

What is the World’s Highest lake? – Lake Titicaca

What is the name of the famous active volcano on the island of Sicily? – Mount Etna

In which European City would you find  the Tivoli Gardens? – Copenhagen

What sport would you practise if you were a toxophilite? – Archery

What is the third letter of the Greek alphabet? – gamma

What type of plant grows from seed, flowers and dies in a year? – Annual

What was a doublet? – A man’s jacket

In which decade did British passports become red? – 1980’s

How many times does the digit 5 occur in the numbers from 1 to 100? – 20

The 19th hole is a slang term for what? – A Golf Clubhouse

Where would you find a dead man’s handle? – In an electric train

Followers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are more commonly known by what single-word name? – Mormons

You clock has no markings but the hands point to 3:35. If the clock is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise, what time will the hands then be reading? – 12:20

David is 5 years older than Barbara, who is double the age of Angela.  Angela’s cousin is Tony who is, David’s brother in law. Tony can dig his garden is 8 hours but only if David can work for half that time too.  If David lives with Angela and Barbara lives with Tony which number would they ring to order a Takeaway from the Beaufort, Raglan? – 01291 690412