Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

Constance Heward and Joyce Lankester Brinsley are known for what?

In relation to a line drawn between the base of the uprights holding the bar over which a competition pole vault........

Which river is most sacred to the Hindu religion?

What was agreed by the Treaty of Northampton in 1328?

Which is essential in practising the art of topiary?

King Edward Point, a centre for applied fisheries research which supplies data for the international organisations?

The Battle of Balaclava was in which war?

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From a group of office workers three times as many play football as play rugby. Four more people play golf than rugby and three less people play tennis than golf. Four people play tennis, how many play each of the other sports?

Football – 9, rugby – 3 and golf – 7.

A group of students decided to collect as many dollars from each member of the group as is the number of members. If the total collection amounts to $2209, then guess the minimum number of members in the group.

Gina and Amelia each have the same number of chocolate pies. Gina eats four of hers, leaving Amelia with three times as many as Gina has left. How many pies did they have between them to begin with?

In a bouquet there are three times as many White flowers as Blue flowers.

There are eight more Pink flowers than Blue and four less Purple than Pink.

There are nine Purple flowers in the bouquet.

How many White flowers are there?

In a canteen five times as many employees order the curry as order the pasta.

15 more people have the burger than the pasta and three less people have fish pie than burger.

18 people choose the fish pie.

How many have each of the other three dishes?