Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Who boxed briefly and unsuccessfully under the name Packy East, once making it to the semifinals of the Ohio............
The wreck of which warship, one of the largest in the English navy of King Henry VIII in the first half of the..........
What part of the world does "Blighty" refer to?
What name is used for the index of activity on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange?
What word can be applied to someone who devotes their life to pleasure?
What weapon used in the middle ages had cord of a bow fixed in a notch and an iron bolt released from it by a trigger?
Before taking office, both US president George W Bush and his vice president Dick Chaney had been convicted of what?
During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, what did Kennedy threaten if Khrushchev did not agree to remove missiles.......
What is the name for about 70 species of insect native to New Zealand that can grow as long as 100 mm (4 in) not........
Can you divide the picture shown by drawing 2 straight lines to produce 3 sections, each containing:
Three red “X”s
Two blue “+”s
Draw one line from top center to bottom left corner. Draw second line from top right corner to bottom left corner.
First name the corners form top in clock wise. That means..
Now draw two lines from right corner,2 to bottom left corner,4. And from top corner,1 to the same bottom left corner,4. Now there are 3 sections.
Determine the number of triangles in this picture.
Hint: There are more than 20 triangles.
The sum of each row and column is given! Can you figure out and calculate the value of each shape?
Using only 3 straight lines and without lifting your pencil, can you connect all the dots?
In this picture you can see 6 coins in the shape of a cross. Moving just ONE coin, can you form 2 lines, each with 4 coins?
Nine dots are placed in three rows of each three dots, as shown in the picture. These nine dots must be connected by four straight, connected lines (i.e. without 'lifting up the pen' in between).
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