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Rotary Club Of Uttoxeter C/D 18/1/22

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lindyloo1947 | 22:54 Fri 03rd Dec 2021 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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Struggling with quite a few in this quiz, and am wondering whether several of the answers are a bit tenuous. e.g. 17. French King coupled with the musical inspired by Ron Chernow's book suggests Louis Hamilton, which I presume the setter expects us to write as Lewis Hamilton. Also "curd eating girls" appears to be a singular curd eating girl Miss Muffit which along with Scarlet (Cluedo clue) can only be Moffatt. Am I alone in thinking this stretches spelling a bit too far? Clearly the setter doesn't worry too much about spelling as he spells Marilyn Monroe as Marylin Munroe. The idea of the quiz is good, but not at the expense of bad grammar and spelling.

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The setter does say on the sheet - write down or speak aloud the answer as the spelling is not always the same.
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I realise that but I would never refer to Lewis Hamilton as Louie/Louis. Also Moffatt and Muffit do not sound the same to me!

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