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Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

1. What ma­te­rial is used to make

a bath­room loofah? 2. In which coun­try is the World Her­itage Site known as the El­lora Caves? 3. In which film did Robert Du­vall have the fa­mous line: ‘I love the smell of na­palm in the morn­ing.’? 4. Who re­signed as First Lord of the Ad­mi­ralty af­ter Neville Cham­ber­lain signed the Mu­nich Agree­ment with Hitler in 1938? 5. In which state of the USA is

the city of Kala­ma­zoo? How many words of four let­ters or more can you make from this Nonagram? Each word must use the cen­tral let­ter, and each let­ter may be used only once. At least one word us­ing all nine let­ters can be found. Any word found in the Concise Ox­ford Dic­tio­nary (Tenth Edi­tion) is el­i­gi­ble with the fol­low­ing ex­cep­tions: proper nouns; plu­ral nouns, pro­nouns and pos­ses­sives; third per­son sin­gu­lar verbs; hy­phen­ated words; con­trac­tions and abbreviations; vul­gar slang words; vari­ant spellings of the same word (where an­other vari­ant is also el­i­gi­ble). 6. What was the name of the hero­ine in the col­lec­tion of chil­dren’s sto­ries writ­ten in the 1980s by An­gela Rip­pon? 7. The is­land of Corfu is ge­o­graph­i­cally clos­est to which coun­try? 8. What is the name of the short cane some­times car­ried by army of­fi­cers? 9. Who is the youngest per­son ever to win snooker’s World Cham­pi­onship? 10. Mar­ion Cotil­lard won an Os­car in 2007 for her por­trayal of which singer? Spell out a 15-let­ter word or phrase by mov­ing from one cham­ber to an­other within the pyra­mid. You may only en­ter each of the cham­bers once and may only pro­ceed through open­ings in the walls. The first let­ter may ap­pear in any cham­ber.


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