The Northern Territory news Sat 28 Nov 2020
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40 PUZZLES SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 2020 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 SUPERQUIZ 0-10 Phone a friend 11-20 Not too bad 21-30 Smarty pants 31-40 Walking encyclopedia 41+ Genius! 1. What does a meteorologist study? 2. Where does a croupier work? 3. In what year did the US enter World War I? 4. Ellen DeGeneres (pictured) provided the voice for which character in the kids movies Finding Nemo and Finding Dory? 5. True or false: Europa is the smallest of Jupiters four moons? 6. The King Protea is the national flower of what country in the southern hemisphere? 7. Which Peanuts character always called Charlie Brown Charles? 8. To be eligible to become the president of the United States, what age must you be? 9. What was Newmans job on the TV series Seinfeld? 10. What type of creature lives in a formicarium? 11. Does a rectangle have a rotational symmetry of one, two or three? 12. The Hindi-language film industry Bollywood is based in which Indian city? 13. Dame Edna Everages (pictured) fictional former bridesmaid was named who Allsop? 14. What was the last novel by Ernest Hemingway to be published during his lifetime? 15. What 2016 film was adapted from Barry Crumps novel Wild Pork and Watercress? 16. True or false: the worlds largest pyramid is in Mexico? 17. According to the Pixies song, what animal has gone to heaven? 18. The Orson Welles film Citizen Kane was released in which decade? 19. Which city replaced Manila as the capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976? 20. Was Galileo Galilei born in the 1500s, 1600s or 1700s? 21. The Srebrenica genocide took place during which war? 22. What is the name of the character played by Donald Glover in the comedy-drama TV series Atlanta? 23. M Night Shyamalan directed a 2017 reboot of which 1990s TV series? 24. What type of clothing is a Japanese geta? 25. Who voiced the narrator in the 2007 movie Enchanted? 26. Which philosopher penned the essay In Praise of Idleness? 27. In which country is Australian hardware chain Bunnings first store outside of Australia? 28. What is the name of John Hurts character in the movie Alien? 29. Toshiro Mifune was known for his collaborations with which famous director? 30. What is the name of Arnold Schwarzeneggers (pictured) character in the 1990 film Total Recall? 31. In what city was the band U2 formed? 32. In the human body, what bones are damaged if you suffer a costal injury? 33. Sharing its name with a species of magpie, what is it called when a person has the desire to eat non-nutritive substances such as dirt or hair? 34. What is the name of the white part of the inside of an egg? 35. What insect does a myrmecologist study? 36. What vehicle, designed by Ferdinand Porsche, went into mass production in 1938? 37. What was the first name of James Spaders (pictured) character in the TV series Boston Legal? 38. Married in Hawaii in 2002, who was Lisa Marie Presleys third husband? 39. Granadilla is another name for what fruit? 40. Kodiak Island is in what US state? 41. How many fingers does Mickey Mouse have? 42. According to the 1999 film, what is the first rule of fight club? 43. The Great Wall of China spans approximately how many kilometres: 640, 4600, 6400 or 46,000? 44. Which Michael Jackson album featured the hit single Black Or White? 45. Enochlophobia is the fear of what? 46. What is the most northern town in Tasmania? 47. Haloumi, saganaki and chevre are all types of what food? 48. Cate Blanchett (pictured) was the first actress ever to win an Oscar for playing a former Oscar winner. Which actress did she play? 49. In the English Premier League, where are the Foxes based? 50. Whose wax figure is the smallest in Madame Tussauds, London? 2811 1. Weather. 2. Casino. 3. 1917. 4. Dory. 5. True. 6. South Africa. 7. Marcie. 8. 35. 9. Postman. 10. Ant. 11. Two. 12. Mumbai. 13. Madge. 14. The Old Man and the Sea. 15. Hunt for the Wilderpeople. 16. True. 17. Monkey. 18. 1940s. 19. Quezon City. 20. 1500s. 21. Bosnian War. 22. Earn. 23. Tales from the Crypt. 24. Shoe. 25. Julie Andrewas. 26. Bertrand Russell. 27. Britain. 28. Kane. 29. Akira Kurosawa. 30. Douglas Quaid. 31. Dublin. 32. Ribs. 33. Pica. 34. Albumen. 35. Ant. 36. Volkswagen Beetle. 37. Alan. 38. Nicolas Cage. 39. Passion fruit. 40. Alaska. 41. Eight. 42. You do not talk about fight club. 43. 6400. 44. Dangerous. 45. Crowds. 46. Stanley. 47. Cheese. 48. Katharine Hepburn. 49. Leicester City. 50. Tinkerbell. SO LU TI O N S
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