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Tarvin Imp Brainteasers for Saturday 25th January

Which bird appeared on the reverse of the farthing?

In the Roman Catholic Church, what was the former role of the so-called "Devil's advocate"?

Which monarch founded Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire?

Which is the largest of the Balearic Islands?

In which year did Prince Charles marry Camilla Parker Bowles?


The Questions and Answers for Saturday18th January

What is the capital of Malta? Valletta

Who succeeded John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons? Lindsay Hoyle

What kind of birds are associated with the sixth day of Christmas? Geese (a-laying)

What was the first film to feature the characters Wallace and Gromit? "A Grand Day Out"

Which Canadian novelist wrote "The Handmaid's Tale"? Margaret Atwood

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