1. How is a LABIAL-sound produced?
2. Red Cross, Orloff and Cullinan 1 and 2 are all examples of what?
3. Off the coast of which country is the Bonaparte Archpelago?
4. Put the following languages in the correct order, starting with the most spoken worldwide to the least spoken:
English, Esperanto, French, Spanish, Clingon
5. In the early 1900's, what were the three main exports from Newcastle, England?
6. Complete the following song titles:
a: Hi Ho .....
b: Rama Lama ....
c: Da Do ....
d: De Do Do Do ....
7. What was the cause of death of Marie Curie?
8. Astronauts are bigger or smaller in space?
9. What is a FUMAROLE?
10. Draw a word or sentence from Woodstock.
1. With the lips.
2. Large diamonds in the world.
4. English, Spanish, French, Clingon, Esperanto
5. Coal, Beer and Urine (which was used as a dye in the textile industry)
6. Four answers;
a: Hi Ho it's off to work we go (From Snow White and the seven dwarfs)
b: Ding Dong (Rocky Sharpe & The Replays)
c: Ron Ron (Crystals)
d: De Da Da Da (The Police)
7. Aplastic anemia strictly speaking, although radiation exposure could also be accepted.Her death near Sallanches in 1934 was from aplastic anemia, almost certainly due to exposure to radiation, as the damaging effects of hard radiation were not yet known, and much of her work had been carried out in a shed with no safety measures being taken. She carried test tubes containing radioactive isotopes in her pocket and stored them in her desk drawer, remarking on the pretty blue-green light the substances gave off in the dark. Aplastic anemia is a condition where bone marrow does not produce sufficient new cells to replenish blood cells. The term 'aplastic' means the marrow suffers from an aplasia that renders it unable to function properly. Anemia is the condition of having fewer red blood cells than normal, or fewer than needed to function properly. Typically, anemia refers to low red blood cell counts, but aplastic anemia patients have lower counts of all three blood cell types: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
9. A fumarole (Latin fumus, smoke) is an opening in Earth's (or any other astronomical body's) crust, often in the neighborhood of volcanoes, which emits steam and gases such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrochloric acid, and hydrogen sulfide. The name solfatara, from the Italian solfo, sulfur (via the Sicilian dialect), is given to fumaroles that emit sulfurous gases. Fumaroles may occur along tiny cracks or long fissures, in chaotic clusters or fields, and on the surfaces of lava flows and thick deposits of pyroclastic flows. A fumarole field is an area of thermal springs and gas vents where magma or hot igneous rocks at shallow depth are releasing gasses or interacting with groundwater. From the perspective of groundwater, fumaroles could be described as a hot spring that boils off all its water before the water reaches the surface.
10. Usually a list of random characters associated perhaps with one swearing or cursing.