Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Who in history is the only divorced wife of someone who later became president of the USA?
Who married Liam Neeson in 1994 after they met on the set of the film "Nell"?
In 1692, Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Sarah Wildes, Rebecca Nurse, Martha...............................
In what field does the Australian firm Tabcorp, originally Tatts Group and Tabcorp Holdings Limited, operate?
Who led the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957................
What is a link between tomatoes, potatoes, and aubergines or eggplants?
What is unusual in the bird world about the mating dance of some species of manakin birds?
What country surrounds the self declared "Principality of Hutt River" (founded in April 1970 by His Royal...............
Which library opened its reading room to the public in 1609, the second public library in Europe to do so?
Find a word to fit the first clue, then add one letter to give a word to fit the second clue.
What are the words?
'not all of something' 'a social gathering'
Part --> Party
What are the two words?
GREENISH BLUE GAIN ILLEGALLY
Find a word to fit the first clue then add one letter to give a word to fit the second clue.
PART OF THE FACE
ANCIENT SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGE
Find words to fit the clues.
Each group of crosses will be replaced with the same three letter word.
_ X X X _ _ Talkative
_ X X X _ _ a roof covering
_ X X X _ _ _ a French country house
Each pair of definitions is for two words,where the second word is the first word with a letter deleted. What are words?
( Ex: brand and band)
The length of the short word in each pair is provided.
1. a thin flat piece cut from something & to untie two pieces by connecting the ends together (5 letters)
2. the total admission receipts for an event & a striped or clouded quartz (4 letters)
3. to bury & to confine or impound (5 letters)
4. blemish or imperfection & to turn aside (6 letters)
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