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Tarvin Imp Brainteasers for Saturday 25th July

In which Italian region is Milan?

Whose novel was the basis for the film franchise "Jurassic Park"?

On TV, who is Stav Danaos?

Where did the first 2020 cricket test match between England and the West Indies take place?

What kind of fish is traditionally used in the dish kedgeree?

 

The Questions and Answers for Saturday 18th July

Which fictional county is the setting for the radio soap opera "The Archers"? Borsetshire

What nationality is Margaret Atwood, writer of "The Handmaid's Tale"? Canadian

Which chemical element has the symbol Pb? Lead

The England football captain Harry Kane plays for which Premiership team? Tottenham Hotspur

Which shrub is also known as Mock-orange? Philadelphus

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