Weekly Quiz 17

Your heart can live outside of your body. True or False?

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The heart has its own electrical system and just needs oxygen to keep beating.

How many points is the maximum break worth in snooker?

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‘Maximum’ is worth 147 and occurs by potting all 15 reds with 15 blacks for 120 points, followed by all the six colours.

What animated character uttered their first words, ‘Hot dogs! Hot dogs!’ in 1929?

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It was the ninth film in the Mickey Mouse film series, and the first in which Mickey spoke. (During his first eight appearances Mickey whistled, laughed, cried and otherwise vocally expressed himself.) Mickey's first spoken words were, "Hot dog! Hot dog!", in "The Karnival Kid".

What mountain has the nickname ‘Savage Mountain’?

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Due to being so difficult to climb, K2 has the nickname ‘Savage Mountain’. Statistics state that for every 4 that reach the top, 1 has to die.

What wall separates the right and left sides of the heart?

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The job of the septum is to prevent the oxygenated blood and deoxygenated blood from mixing.

Which ancient poet was not Roman?

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Homer was Greek.

What Belgian town is the name of an ABBA song and the location of Napoleon’s final defeat?

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The Battle of Waterloo was fought on the 18th June 1815, near the town Waterloo in Belgium, and marked the final defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte. ABBA’s song Waterloo was written specifically for the 1974 Eurovision Contest.

Which movie started a long string of successful Disney moves, sometimes referred to as the Disney Renaissance era?

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The Little Mermaid was the 28th Disney film to be released. After a long streak of commercial failures, Disney had 10 successful films in a row from 1989 to 1999.

Who can benefit from functional training?

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The ability to perform the tasks in their daily life more safely, efficiently, and with less effort is a payoff that would benefit all exercisers – particularly older adults and sedentary individuals who lack a baseline foundation of fitness. It should be noted that “age” is not just a matter of chronology, but also the ability to function effectively and independently. You can read more about awareness in our blog by our in-house experts: Let’s Get Functional!

The Caesar Salad was invented in which country?

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The salad was created by an Italian immigrant, Caesar Cardini, in 1924 in Tijuana, Mexico. He was living in San Diego but was working in Tijuana to avoid the restrictions of the Prohibition.

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