Terry’s Daily Quiz Number 43

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The clue for CRYPTIC questions 5, 10, 15, 20 & 25 is DRINKS

Q1  In which city was “ Boris Johnson “  born

Q2  Which of the Beatles was walking barefoot over the zebra crossing on The Beatles’ “  Abbey Road “  album cover

Q3  How many members were in the “ Monty Python “ team

Q4  Which famous ship was named after the nickname of the witch “ Nannie Dee “ in the Robert Burns’s 1791 poem  “ Tam o’ Shanter “ ?                   

Q5  “ Blow one to tell the time, the other sticks to your clothes “  9  3  7 ?                        

Q6  “ Henry VIII “  had two of his wives executed, Anne Boleyn was one, can you name the other                                                                                           Q7  According to the “  Queen of Hearts “  in Alice in Wonderland, what kind of food is eaten tomorrow, yesterday, but never today                                                                  

Q8   Four of the five “ Olympic rings “ are green, blue, red and yellow, which colour is the fifth ring                                                                                           Q9  What do “ Galena and a Cluedo “  murder weapon have in common ?                        

Q10 “ Maharaja`s Colonial Pick me up “   6  5  5 ?                                                                        

Q11  What is the “ Swahili “  word for “ journey “ ?                                                                      

Q12   True or False. The catchphrase “Beam me up, Scotty” has never been said in an “ Star Trek “ TV series or film                                                                                           Q13  What is the stage name of singer “ Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta” ?              

Q14 How many lines are there in a “ Sonnet “ ?                                                                           

Q15 “ Sunset coloured result of big squeeze “   6   5 ?                                                                

Q16 What does the word “ pont “  mean in both French and Welsh   ?                                 

Q17 Which animal is the symbol of the American “ Republican “ Party ?                             

Q18 “When You Wish Upon a Star” is a song written for which 1940 film ?                         

Q19 Including its claws, how many “ legs “ does a crab have                                                

Q20 “ Egg shaped pubescent child “  8          

Q21 At the 2017 Oscars, which actress “  incorrectly announced “ La La Land as Best Picture instead of the actual winner, “ Moonlight “ ?                                                        

Q22 Which city’s cathedral is the “ largest cathedral and religious “  building in Britain ?

Q23 Which “ Saint`s day “ is celebrated on “ Boxing Day “ ?                                                     

Q24 The “ M90 motorway  “ is the most northerly motorway in the United Kingdom;                 which city is at its northern end ?                                              

Q25    “ Not wheat or corn, with a sad dog “  6   4 ?

Q1 New York City,  Q2 Paul McCartney,   Q3 Six (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin)  Q4 Cutty Sark,  Q5 Dandelion and Burdock, Q6 Katherine Howard, Q7 Jam, Q8 Black, Q9 Lead (the mineral galena is a lead ore, and the weapon is lead piping) Q10 Indian Tonic Water, Q11 Safari, Q12 True, it has never been said, but in the Star Trek IV Journey home, he said “ Scotty beam me up “ Q13 Lady Gaga, Q14 Fourteen, Q15 Orange Juice, Q16 Bridge, Q17 Elephant, Q18 Pinocchio,    Q19 Ten, Q20 Ovaltine, Q21 Faye Dunaway, Q22 Liverpool’s (largest cathedrals in order: Liverpool, St Paul’s, York Minster and Lincoln) Q23 St Stephen, Q24 Perth, Q25 Barley wine