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What British celebration marks the failed “Gunpowder Plot” of 5 November 1605?
see also corresponding 'Gunpowder Plot Celebration' SuJoku puzzle
What archaeological site is known as the “Lost City of the Incas”?
see also corresponding 'Inca Lost City' SuJoku puzzle
What country did Panama secede from on November 3, 1903?
see also corresponding 'Panama Secedes' SuJoku puzzle
What is the world’s most addictive drug?
see also corresponding 'Most Addictive Drug' SuJoku puzzle
How many noses does a slug have?
Who was the youngest man to receive the Nobel Peace prize?
What is the longest-standing language in Scotland?
see also corresponding 'Scottish Language' SuJoku puzzle
Which monarch is said to have given Sherlock Holmes his emerald tiepin?
FBI agents are known as “G-men.” What does the “G” stand for?
In 1775, what name did Spaniard Manuel de Ayala give to Alcatraz Island?
see also corresponding 'Alcatraz Name' SuJoku puzzle
What is the best-selling candy bar of all time?
see also corresponding 'Best Selling Candy Bar' SuJoku puzzle
How many carats is pure gold?
What financial disaster started on October 24, 1929?
see also corresponding 'Financial Disaster' SuJoku puzzle
What did Sir Thomas More call his fictional island in the
Atlantic Ocean that had perfect social and political systems?
see also corresponding 'Fictional Island' SuJoku puzzle
What do you call a small, 8-sided, stuffed ornamental pincushion?
see also corresponding 'Ornamental Pincushion' SuJoku puzzle
Which Major League Baseball team’s name is composed solely of foreign words?
When we was the first ‘We Day’?
see also corresponding 'First We Day' SuJoku puzzle
What do singers Bob Dylan and Judy Garland have in common?
see also corresponding 'Dylan Garland Similarity' SuJoku puzzle
What is the alternative name for the Mona Lisa?
Why is October 16, 1846 known as Ether Day?
see also corresponding 'Ether Day' SuJoku puzzle
Which character is most often portrayed on-screen?
The leek is the national symbol of what country?
see also corresponding 'National Leek Symbol' SuJoku puzzle
What is a group of rats called?
see also corresponding 'Rat Group' SuJoku puzzle
What name is given to the ground a skier would ski on and a fencer would fence on?
see also corresponding 'Skier And Fencer Ground' SuJoku puzzle
What’s the name of Liverpool’s airport?
see also LiverPool - putting the liver in LiverPool Page
What movie did Peter Sellers play in as cat-loving Dr. Pratt?
see also corresponding 'Peter Sellers Movie' SuJoku puzzle
What is the Classical Latin name for Ireland?
see also corresponding 'Classical Ireland' SuJoku puzzle
What is the scientific name for kissing?
see also corresponding 'Scientific Kissing' SuJoku puzzle
Before his victory at the Battle of Hastings, what was William the Conqueror called?
see also corresponding 'William the Conqueror' SuJoku puzzle
Which dwarf is the only one without a beard in “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”?
see also corresponding 'Beardless Dwarf' SuJoku puzzle
What was the name of the world’s 1st earth orbiting satellite?
see also corresponding 'Earth Orbiting Satellite' SuJoku puzzle
What is the only product or process named after the U.S. Patent Office?
see also corresponding 'US Patent Process Name' SuJoku puzzle
Who gave the shortest Academy Award speech?
see also corresponding 'Shortest Academy Award Speech' SuJoku puzzle
What is ‘trail mix’ called in the U.K., Australia and New Zealand?
see also corresponding 'Trail Mix' SuJoku puzzle
Where is the world’s largest fiddle located?
see also corresponding 'World's Largest Fiddle' SuJoku puzzle
What is the World Record for “Largest Human Mattress Dominoes”?
see also Human Mattress Dominoes pictures
What is the longest time any person has stayed awake?
Where did our current playing cards originate?
What city did Napoleon’s army enter on September 14, 1812?
see also corresponding 'Napoleon's Army' SuJoku puzzle
Where did bagpipes originate?
What What does WiFi stand for?
What city were the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center located?
see also corresponding 'NY Twin Towers' SuJoku puzzle
In A Perfect World
What was the world’s first adhesive postage stamp called?
How did the term ’debug’ originate on September 9, 1945?
see also corresponding 'Debug Origin' SuJoku puzzle
Picture of World's First Computer Bug
What show debuted in the U.S. on September 8, 1966 with the
mission “to boldly go where no man has gone before”?
see also corresponding '1966 TV Debut' SuJoku puzzle
Who was Time magazine’s ‘Man of the Year’ in 1938?
see also corresponding '1938 Man Of The Year' SuJoku puzzle
What is the smallest bone in the human body?
see also corresponding 'Smallest Human Bone' SuJoku puzzle
Where can a day be longer than a year?
Where did the month ‘December’ originate?
see also corresponding 'December Phrase' page @
Phrases Pages @
What tree appears on the flag of Lebanon?
What river separates Buda from Pest?
What musical instrument appears on a Guinness label?
This woman breast implants cost her, her health due to the fact the implants were 38KKK..
What is the world’s smallest owl?
What North American mountain holds the world record for the most snowfall in 1 season
Who gave the famous “I Have A Dream” speech on August 28, 1963?
see also corresponding 'I Have A Dream Speech' SuJoku puzzle
What island exploded on August 27, 1883 - one of the largest in history?
see also corresponding 'Island Explosion' SuJoku puzzle
Who was the first printer to publish a book with his name on it?
see also corresponding 'First Book Printer Publisher' SuJoku puzzle
Who was the first known person to swim across the English Channel on August 24-25, 1875?
see also corresponding 'English Channel Swimmer' SuJoku puzzle
Japanese poetry that consists of 3 lines of 17 syllables in a 5-7-5 pattern is called what?
see also corresponding 'Japanese Poetry' SuJoku puzzle
Whorl, arch, and loop are the three basic patterns for what?
see also corresponding 'Whorl, Arch, Loop Patterns' SuJoku puzzle
August has 5 Sundays, 5 Mondays & 5 Tuesdays: how often does that happen?
Truth or Fiction? See PostNote @ August 2010 Trivia
What is the warp and the weft in weaving?
What’s the hidden meaning in the nursery rhyme “Pop goes the weasel”?
see also corresponding 'Pop Goes The Weasel Phrase' page @
When is the next month not to have a full moon?
see also corresponding 'One In A Blue Moon' page @
On August 18, 1826 the first European reached Timbuktu. Where is Timbuktu?
see also corresponding 'Timbuktu First European' SuJoku puzzle
Google map directions to Timbuktu
Where did Elvis, the ‘King of Rock and Roll’, die on August 16, 1977?
see also corresponding 'Death Of Elvis' SuJoku puzzle
Which ship made the inaugural passage of the Panama Canal on August 15, 1914?
see also corresponding 'Panama Canal Opening' SuJoku puzzle
Why is August 14, 1945 known as ‘Victory in the Pacific Day’ or ‘V-J Day’?
see also corresponding 'Victory Over Japan Day' SuJoku puzzle
On August 13, 1961 the Berlin Wall was constructed by the GDR. When did it come down?
see also corresponding 'Berlin Wall Timeline' SuJoku puzzle
What is the only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible?
Who was the only known man to escape from Alcatraz and make it to the mainland alive?
see also corresponding 'Last Alcatraz Escape' SuJoku puzzle
What Scottish town is known as the ‘Queen of the South’?
see also corresponding 'Queen of the South' SuJoku puzzle
What is the colour of the ‘Black Box’ that houses an airplane’s voice recorder?
see also corresponding 'Black Box' page @
What International Lawn Tennis tournament started on August 8, 1900?
see also corresponding 'Lawn Tennis Tournament' SuJoku puzzle
What does the term “Deep-Six” refer to?
see also corresponding 'Deep Six' page @
Where was the 1st Atomic Bomb dropped on August 6, 1945?
see also corresponding 'First Atomic Bomb' SuJoku puzzle
Marilyn Monroe died on August 5, 1962. What was her birth name?
see also corresponding 'Marilyn Monroe Birth Name' SuJoku puzzle
Where was Anne Frank captured by the Gestapo on August 4, 1944?
see also corresponding 'Anne Frank Capture' SuJoku puzzle
Who painted “Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear”?
What mythical Scottish town appears for one day every 100 years in the musical by Lerner and Loewe?
What does Lammas Day on August 1st celebrate?
see also corresponding 'Lammas Day' SuJoku puzzle
What is the easiest Sudoku puzzle to solve?
see also corresponding 'Easiest Sudoku Puzzle' SuJoku puzzle
Looking for a 'Too Easy' sudoku puzzle?
Most Difficult, Diabolical Sudoku puzzles on the internet!
Who was ancient Egypt’s first female Pharaoh?
Which Viking King is celebrated in Norway on Olsok Day, July 29th?
see also corresponding 'Viking King Feast Day' SuJoku puzzle
What is the origin of the word “golf”?
See more on the meaning of golf in our Phrases Page.
What cartoon did Bugs Bunny make his debut on July 27, 1940?
see also corresponding 'First Bugs Bunny Cartoon' SuJoku puzzle
Who bought the 1st Ford Model A on July 23, 1903?
see also corresponding 'First Ford Model A' SuJoku puzzle
Why is July 22nd known as ‘Pi Approximation Day’?
Who did Shakespeare refer to as Hotspur in his play ‘King Henry IV’?
(Hotspur died in battle on July 21, 1403)
What American writer was born on July 21, 1899 and wrote “For Whom the Bell Tolls”?
see also corresponding 'Timeless American Writer' SuJoku puzzle
When was the coldest recorded Earth temperature?
see also corresponding 'Coldest Earth Temperature' SuJoku puzzle
On July 20, 1944, who attempted to kill Hitler in a fortified Wolf’s Lair bunker?
see also corresponding 'Valkyrie Conspiracy' SuJoku puzzle
Who watched his favourite warship sink in Portsmouth harbour on July 19, 1545?
see also corresponding 'Mary Rose Sinks' SuJoku puzzle
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