Frederik's Friday Fact Christmas Quiz 2006
Friday 22 Dec 2006: Frederik's Friday Fact Christmas Quiz 2006
- Name the odd one out in the following list and explain: Pomerol,
Margaux, Crozes-Hermitage, St. Emillion, Sauternes, St. Estèphe.
- Which item of clothing will be in high demand in Italy next week?
- When will the First Lord of the Treasury resign?
- "They had trouble finding a table in the very busy restaurant in
Madrid when they wanted to have dinner around 19.30." Could this be a
sentence from a Dutch travel magazine, a BBC documentary or a Dan Brown
- Name 6 train stations with "Den Haag" in their name.
- How many Apollo missions landed on the Moon?
- How many predecessors does Robert Gates have as Defence Secretary?
- What do the Linux Operating System and Nokia have in common?
- What does the acronym DSM stand for in the name of the Dutch
- Name the official languages of Belgium.
- How many bones does an adult human body have on average?
- Which continental European country switched from driving on the
left side to the right side of the road and name the year?
- How many votes does the District of Columbia hold in the US House
- Name at least 4 of the ancient wonders of the world (bonus points
for each additional one, penalty points for wrong ones).
- Why will the word "kippis" be heard a lot in 42 days' time?
Send your answers by Friday 5 January 2007 at the latest to firstname.lastname@example.org.