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1. These Elizabeths share the same first and surname, but they are not related. One was an author, the other is an actress, feted as one of the most beautiful women of her time. The surname begins with T. These ladies are both called ...?
2. This Elizabeth is a vehicle known by a two word nickname. The second part of the name is a diminutive of Elizabeth, the first part is the name of a metal. Strongly associated with Henry Ford, this vehicle flourished in the first part of the 20th Century. It is the
3. This Elizabeth was born Florence Nightingale Graham in 1884 and died in 1966. She was famed in the beauty world for her cosmetics and her name is recognised as a brand today.
4. This Elizabeth was the first woman to qualify as a doctor in the USA. She was ...
5. This Elizabeth was a famous food writer.
6. This Elizabeth was born in 1900 and died in 2002. Her given names were Elizabeth Angela Marguerite, and she married a prince who became King George Vl of England. She was known for many years as "The Queen Mother", but what was her original surname?
7. This Elizabeth was an American actress, famed for playing a pretty suburban witch with a twitch. She shared a surname with a popular Canadian children's book author. She was...
8. This Elizabeth was a seagoing vessel and is named after a queen. She has a three word name, but is usually known by a convenient short form.
9. This Elizabeth is well known by three names; her actual name and two pseudonyms. She is a popular author of romantic suspense titles, and one of her best known characters is called Amelia. She also writes non fiction under her real name. Which of the following combinations is the right one?
10. This Elizabeth is a British model and actress who is probably as well known for her gossip column appearances as for her acting roles. She has appeared as the devil, and also as a secret agent who was actually a killer robot. She is-
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