Here are some very simple questions for you to ponder over. There are only ten of them, and we have helpfully even provided the answers. Each question is a description given in dictionary form about one of the three possible answers, all you have to do is sort out which of the three possible answers is the correct one.
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Deftly Devious 'D' Words
- Document conferring honour or privilege. Is it?
- Dead skin in small scales amongst the hair. Is it?
- Word-blindness. Is it?
- Cheat by fraud. Is it?
- 'Two' in dice or cards. Is it?
- Ditch; embankment, long ridge of earth etc.. Is it?
- Sweet or soothing sounds. Is it?
- (His) Spanish gold coin. Is it?
- Legal dissolution of marriage. Is it?
- Vacillate; dawdle. Is it?
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, please include your h2g2 researcher name and 'U' number, so credit can be given where it is due. Correspondence should be with me no later than Tuesday 18th May 2004
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True or False Answers
- 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321
- The first of the five senses to go as you get older is taste
B. False - It's smell
- China has more English speakers than the United States
- There isn't a single reference to a cat in the Bible
- No piece of paper can be folded in half more than 5 times
B. False - it's 7
- Pollen lasts forever
- An ant can survive for four weeks underwater
B. False - It's 2 weeks
- A pregnant goldfish is called a twit
- The longest recorded flight of a chicken is thirteen seconds
- The Dead Sea is really a river
B. False - It's a lake