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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What word is an adverb when it begins a typical fairy tale but a conjunction when it means whenever?


2 – Who are now exempt from paying for parking for two hours in municipal parking lots?


3 – What is a type of hickory nut, popular for pralines and pies?


4 – What local agency is accepting submission of letters, poems, and short stories until May 15th for its 9th annual writing contest?


5 – What serial killer is also known as the Whitechapel Murderer, although he’s probably better known by what infamous name?


6 – President Rutherford B. Hayes’ wife was nicknamed “Lemonade Lucy” because she refused to serve what in the White House?


7 – What hit movie sees a character named Marty leaving 1985 and materializing in 1955?


8 – In terms of composers, who are the three “Bs” of Classical Music?

9 – What regal Canadian provincial capital city was once called “Pile of Bones”?


10 – The second most common surname in Japan is also the name of a famous vehicle manufacturer. What is it?


– Tom St. Amand (column #184)


ANSWERS: 1 – Once; 2 – Motorists with handicapped parking permits in accessible parking spaces; 3 – Pecan; 4 – Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton; 5 – Jack the Ripper; 6 – Alcohol; 7 – Back to the Future 8 – Beethoven, Bach, Brahms; 9 – Regina; 10 – Suzuki.


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