DID YOU KNOW ...
Typically, the term "soprano" refers to female singers but at times the term
"male soprano" has been used by men who sing in the soprano vocal range
using falsetto vocal production instead of the modal voice. ... However,
these men are more commonly referred to as countertenors or sopranists.
1. What would you see on the logo of German car manufacturer Audi?
2. What word joins to 'culture' to indicate rearing silkworms to produce raw
3. In the modern version of the nursery rhyme "Baa, baa, black sheep", where
does the little boy live?
4. What is it called when the "points" of the crescent moon aim upwards, so
that the moon seems to be lying on its back like a bowl, forming a smile?
5. It is widely known that New Zealand has around 20 sheep for every person
living there, but which Asian country has more horses than people?
6. In which book of The Bible are the four horsemen of the Apocalypse
7. How many people are there in each boat in the Cambridge and Oxford
University Boat Race?
a. - 5
b. - 7
c. - 9
d. - 11
8. What shape does RHABDOID refer to?
a. - Oval
b. - Rod
c. - Cone
d. - Star
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
The year 1935 was a perfect year for sports fans in Philadelphia, when its
three major league teams won the championships in NHL, MLB and NFL
1. Four Rings
2. Seri -
3. Down the lane
4. Cheshire moon
7. - c
8. - b
Only one city can boast this accomplishment, and it ain't Philly.
No U.S. (or Canadian) city has ever won all four major sports championships
in the same year. However, before the NBA was formed in 1946, one city DID
win all three major sports (MLB, NFL, NHL) . And yes, the year was 1935.
Detroit hosted the 1935 champions in hockey (Red Wings), baseball (Tigers)
and football (Lions).
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi