The Tribune (NZ) - - YOUR HEALTH -

1. On which part of the body would you wear a wim­ple? 2. What does a palaeon­tol­o­gist study? 3. In David Bowie’s song ‘Life on Mars’, who were ‘fight­ing on the dance floor’? 4. What does Honolulu mean - blue ocean, many flow­ers, or calm har­bour? 5. Which ac­tor’s au­to­bi­og­ra­phy is called What’s It All About? 6. What is a horse with a sulky be­hind called? 7. What are the small­est cells in blood - red blood cells, white blood cells, or platelets? 8. Where was the first Sev­ens World Cup played? 9. What name is given to the se­ries of clas­si­cal con­certs held in Lon­don’s Royal Al­bert Hall each sum­mer? 10. Who is the “deaf, dumb and blind kid” from the rock opera bear­ing his name?

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