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1. Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon had which nickname that sounded very much like what you'd call a sleeping cow?
2. I was making Rag Pudding (yes there is such a thing) and my recipe called for a kilogram of "cow with no legs". What should my recipe have read?
3. Which band, a favourite of cows, had hits during the 1960's and 70's with songs such as "Question", "Isn't Life Strange" and "Go Now"?
4. You should never tell secrets to cows because they go in one ear and out the udder. Speaking of one ear, what is the only creature that has one ear?
5. Which occupation fills the blank spot in "_____ Street Irregulars", a name for a group of urchins who help out the fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, from time to time? If you need a hint it's the job that cows are good at because they make pies regularly.
6. What confection, a caramel candy that used to be encased with chocolate and is produced by The Hershey Company, has a name that could also mean a cow that doesn't produce milk?
7. British band Talk Talk released their last album in 1991. I'd like to say that it was called "A Cow With a Sense of Humour" but it wasn't. Using that line as a guide can you identify what the name of Talk Talk's last album was?
8. What do you get when you mix a cow with a ghost or, alternatively, what is another name for cold cream?
9. What do you call the situation when a cow is spying on another cow? The same thing as the title of a 1987 John Badham movie in which Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez spy on a waitress hoping that her boyfriend, an escaped prisoner, will try and make contact.
10. My father once told me that cows wear bells because their horns don't work. Cows may not be horn-blowers but Horatio Hornblower was the main character in a series of novels written by which author?
Source: Author pollucci19
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