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The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

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1 – What forest was home to Robin Hood?

2 – “The Chronicles of Sarnia,” a play being performed at the Blyth Festival Theatre in August, was written by what playwright who grew up in Sarnia?

3 – The tears of what creature are said to be a sign of insincere grief?

4 – Fifty volunteers from what local service club will be serving breakfast from 7:00 am until noon tomorrow at Point Edward’s Waterfront Park?

5 – How many items are in a “baker’s dozen”?

6 – In Yoga, a common pose is downward facing what?

7 – The long border between Canada and the United States is at which latitude?

8 – The most heavily populated country in Africa is home to Lagos, its largest city. What country?

9 – The title of what James Bond novel (and movie starring Sean Connery and Jill St. John) was inspired by a De Beers advertising tag line?

10 – How many points are there on a Star of David?

– Tom St. Amand (Column #403)


ANSWERS: 1 – Sherwood Forest; 2 – Matt Murray; 3 – Crocodile; 4 – Rotary Club; 5 – 13; 6 – Dog; 7 – 49th Parallel; 8 – Nigeria; 9 – Diamonds are Forever; 10 – Six

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