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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In Star Trek, what is Mr. Spock’s home planet?

 

2 – Found at nine locations in Sarnia-Lambton, thirteen of these will help environmentally conscious drivers. What are they?

 

3 – How many karats is pure gold?

 

4 – What building at the corner of Confederation and Russell Streets is named for First World War veteran George Stirrett?

 

5 – A triangle that has two equal sides is called a what?

 

6 – The thorax is the anatomical term for what part of the human body?

 

7 – A corruption of the word Bethlehem, what was the name of the first mental asylum in England?

 

8 – When he assumed office in 1979 at the age of 39, who became Canada’s youngest prime minister ever?

 

9 – Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson were early law officers in what U.S. City?

 

10 – Thomas A. Swift’s Electric Rifle is the long form of what acronym?

 

– Tom St. Amand (column #209)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Vulcan; 2 – Charging stations for electric vehicles; 3 – 24; 4 – Sarnia Armoury; 5 – Isosceles; 6 – Chest; 7 – Bedlam; 8 – Joe Clark; 9 – Dodge City, Kansas; 10 – Taser (inventor’s childhood hero was Tom Swift).

 

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