Tarvin Imp Brainteaser Questions-June

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June 2013

Here are the questions from the Tarvin Imp, hope you enjoy them.
It's just for fun. Sorry no prizes just the satisfaction of knowing the answers!

 

1. On which date is St George's Day celebrated?
2. Which chemical element has the symbol K?
3. Which painting by Holbein, which can be seen in the National Gallery, famously includes a distorted skull?
4. Who was the female star of the film "The Seven Year Itch"?
5.Who won gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics in the men's 100m, 200m and 4 x 100m relay?

It's just for fun. Sorry no prizes just the satisfaction of knowing the answers!

Check out the website on the 26th June 2013 for the answers.

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