Monday’s questions were:
1. Which blood group is generally regarded as the universal donor and which is the universal recipient?
2. What do pitch and yaw describe?
3. Who said: “Farming looks mighty easy when your plough is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.”?
4. In Spanish and Italian it’s avena, in French it’s l’avoine, in Maori it’s oti – what is it in English?
5. What do the biceps and triceps do?
The answers follow the break:
1. O (donor) AB (recipient).
2. Pitch is movement up & down and yaw is side to side.
3. Dwight D Eisnehower.
5. Biceps flex the elbow and triceps extend it.