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Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 28.08.2010, 18:39
Postitas polt
Neighbour was Faria.

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 29.08.2010, 20:43
Postitas holte
yes, neighbour was abbé Faria, brown sugar in irish coffee is farin,
and questionable person is William Leonard Hunt alias Great F....?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 30.08.2010, 17:06
Postitas arko
Farina then?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 30.08.2010, 17:38
Postitas holte
Great Farini :arrow:

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 30.08.2010, 20:31
Postitas arko
Which company will adopt Citadele as its new name?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 31.08.2010, 03:09
Postitas Hallvatt
Parex banka

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 31.08.2010, 09:22
Postitas arko
:arrow:

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 05.09.2010, 01:24
Postitas Hallvatt
The Blue Riband is an unofficial accolade given to the passenger liner crossing the Atlantic Ocean in regular service with the record highest speed. The holder of the Blue Riband is SS United States. A similar actual trophy exists with somewhat less strict rules (no regular service, no passengers on board, only eastbound crossing needed, etc), introduced in 1935 by a British shipping magnate and politician. The trophy, currently held by the high-speed catamaran Fjord Cat, is named after this magnate. What is the name of the trophy?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 05.09.2010, 15:01
Postitas holte
Cutty Sark (Trophy)?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 05.09.2010, 16:48
Postitas Hallvatt
Nope

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 06.09.2010, 20:15
Postitas Henry IX
I am inventing this name for two days. I have a feeling that it sounds like van Halen. But alas, this is only a rock band.

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 07.09.2010, 00:57
Postitas Hallvatt
Traditionally, one mispelled letter per answer is allowed. The man's name is Harold Hales, so Henry XI gets two points and a right to ask the next question :arrow:

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 07.09.2010, 21:55
Postitas Henry IX
About this person has been written recently:
In the beginning - sluggish, at the end - real slugger.
Who is the person?

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 11.09.2010, 09:21
Postitas Henry IX
This question was about a tennisplayer

Re: International questions

PostitusPostitatud: 11.09.2010, 19:34
Postitas Taivo
I am almost sure, that this is man and Russian, but about tennis I do not know anything