The Northern Territory news Sat 4 Sep 2021
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42 PUZZLES SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 2021 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 is the name of Garfields teddy bear? 2. Oedipus Rex and Oedipus at Colonus are two of the three plays in Sophocles Theban plays; what is the third play? 3. In what year was the self-proclaimed autonomous anarchist district of Christiania in Copenhagen established? 4. True or false: a poisonous animal injects toxins into other organisms? 5. What is the name of Quvenzhan Wallis (pictured) character in the 2012 film Beasts of the Southern Wild? 6. Who wrote the graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell? 7. What is the only doubly landlocked European country? 8. A C-flat note is also known as what? 9. What river formed the Grand Canyon in Arizona, US? 10. What is the study of bird eggs called? 11. Was Shakespeares Juliet a Capulet or a Montague? 12. Which religion was founded by Prince Gautama Siddhartha in the 6th century BC? 13. The melting Furtwngler Glacier is near what famous African geographic feature? 14. Published in 1973, what was Stephen Kings first novel? 15. Who painted the famous work The Birth of Venus? 16. What was the name of Sonny Crocketts pet alligator in the 80s TV series Miami Vice? 17. What wood was traditionally used to make piano keys? 18. Who played Michelle Pfeiffers (pictured) love interest in the 1985 cult movie Ladyhawke? 19. How many countries have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest? 20. What is musician Peter Gene Hernandezs stage name? 21. What is the title of the final instalment in E. L. Jamess Fifty Shades trilogy? 22. Australias bicentenary was celebrated in which year? 23. Who published On the Origin of the Species in 1859? 24. In what year did the Eureka Rebellion take place? 25. How many times has Mahershala Ali (pictured) won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor? 26. What do the initials in musician PJ Harveys name stand for? 27. Sachin Tendulkar played cricket for which national team? 28. The Rumble in the Jungle between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman took place where in 1974? 29. What existing organisation did the United Nations replace? 30. Which influential Russian painter was born in 1866 and died in 1944? 31. What was the name given to Australias famous 1948 Test cricket team? 32. In which US city is the Liberty Bell located? 33. Who directed the film Blade Runner 2049? 34. What nationality was 19th-century composer Frdric Chopin? 35. How old is Austrian Peoples Party leader Sebastian Kurz (pictured)? 36. Which US author has written 20 books featuring Detective Harry Bosch? 37. In which year was the first Holden Commodore manufactured? 38. Is Mexico considered part of North America or Central America? 39. Which team won the 2020 baseball World Series? 40. In music, what does the initialism SATB stand for? 41. True or false: Sydneys Bronte beach was named for the Bront family of writers? 42. Deciduous trees do what annually? 43. How many times a year does the solstice occur? 44. Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty (pictured) is sister to which Australian YA novelist? 45. Toadstools are traditionally associated with which mythological creatures? 46. In what country did the dish pho originate? 47. Was risotto originally a French or Italian dish? 48. The Statue of Liberty in New York was gifted to the United States by which country? 49. In which decade was the Sydney to Hobart yacht race founded? 50. Mammals can be divided into three groups: placentals, monotremes and which other type? 0409 1. Pooky 2. Antigone 3. 1971 4. False (Poisonous animals deliver toxins when touched or eaten) 5. Hushpuppy 6. Alan Moore 7. Liechtenstein 8. B-natural 9. Colorado River 10. Oology 11. Capulet 12. Buddhism 13. Mount Kilimanjaro 14. Carrie 15. Sandro Botticelli 16. Elvis 17. Ebony 18. Rutger Hauer 19. 52 20. Bruno Mars 21. Fifty Shades Freed 22. 1988 23. Charles Darwin 24. 1854 25. Two 26. Polly Jean 27. India 28. Kinshasa, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) 29. The League of Nations 30. Wassily Kandinsky 31. The Invincibles 32. Philadelphia 33. Denis Villeneuve 34. Polish 35. 35 36. Michael Connelly 37. 1978 38. North America 39. Los Angeles Dodgers 40. Soprano alto tenor bass 41. False 42. Shed their leaves 43. Twice 44. Jaclyn Moriarty 45. Fairies 46. Vietnam 47. Italian 48. France 49. 1940s 50. Marsupials S O LU T IO N S
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