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Has anyone had their Book Quiz back?

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Pebbles | 09:27 Sat 16th Jun 2007 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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Forgive me but I cannot remember who set the quiz, I only kept a copy of the actual answers. Anyway, it was due in on 26th May. Answers were 100 well known book titles.
The first two questions were
Plenty of Spirit (6,6) (Whiskey Galore)
Silent Night (1,9,5) (A Christmas Carol)

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Yes, I have had my answers, and a list of winners returned. Did you send a S.A.E? I missed out by a half-point for misspelling Papillon as Papillion. Stupid mistake!
Can't remember where the quiz came from though. Sorry.
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I am sure I did, I always send the s.a.e. Ah well, I am sure if I had won I would of had the cheque by now. :-)

Thanks anyway.
It was for the Huntingdon Fundraising Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support
Hi Pebbles

I got my sheet returned a few days ago, along with a list of winners. There were apparently 37 all correct answers received and a draw was made for the three prize winners. If you want, I could e-mail you the list plus answers, just let me have your e-mail address.

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thanks Magyar, it is

[email protected]

Now I think about it, I am sure I have had my copy back, as I have the new one now but for the life of me I cannot find it. I know the lovely Liz (hardy49 by any chance?) who runs the quiz put some nice comments on the sheet.

I would still appreciate a copy please Magyar, if it isn't too much trouble to add to my file !!

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Do you still have that list??
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