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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – How many sides are equal in an isosceles triangle?


2 – On July 16, Rob Harwood will be retiring from what position with the city?


3 – The term fortnight refers to how many days or nights?


4 – Sarnian John Mills, 96, was recently honoured for being one of the last surviving Second World War veterans from what armoured reserve regiment?


5 – In the 1920s, barnstorming was a popular daredevil exhibition performed in what type of vehicle?


6 – Four fashion capitals are considered to be New York, London, Paris, and what city in Italy?


7 – The name of what bird can also be used as a term meaning to imitate without thought?


8 – In the Legend of King Arthur, what is the name of the wizard and magician who is Arthur’s friend and trusted advisor?


9 – You would see a move called the “Boston Crab” in a)  Gymnastics  b)  Surfing   c)  Wrestling


10 – In 2018, Saudi Arabia lifted the ban on women doing what?


– Tom St. Amand (column # 293)


ANSWERS: 1 – Two; 2 – Director of Sarnia Parks and Recreation; 3 – Fourteen; 4 – First Hussars; 5 – Airplanes; 6 – Milan; 7 – Parrot; 8 – Merlin; 9 – c) Wrestling; 10 – Driving.

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