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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What is the mathematical term for the longest side of a right-angled triangle?


2 – What city street shares its name with the capital of New Zealand?


3 – Who “picked a peck of pickled peppers” in the popular tongue twister?


4 – A now valuable 1921 nickel featuring what English monarch’s image was contained in the time capsule opened at SCITS last April?


5 – The first sales pitch for what type of ball was, “You can’t hurt babies or old people!”


6 – When you type using both hands and all your fingers, you are usually using which hand more?


7 – Vitiligo is a disease of which part of the human body?


8 – Fittingly, in what U.S. city did the movie Gone With the Wind have its premier?


9 – The new trade deal among Canada, Mexico and the U.S. is known by what acronym?


10 – Who was the first woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?


Tom St. Amand (column #212)


ANSWERS: 1 – Hypotenuse 2 – Wellington; 3 – Peter Piper; 4 – George V. 5 – NERF; 6 – Left hand (56% of the time); 7 – Skin; 8 – Atlanta; 9 – USMCA; 10 – Aretha Franklin.













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