2. What Japanese word, translated as "divine wind", was the name of typhoons which twice destroyed Mongol fleets?
3. What can be a hedgehog, a spiny marine creature or a small child, particularly one which is cheeky or mischievous or dressed in rags?
4. In which US television show did a main character, Darrin Stephens, work for advertising agency McMann and Tate?
5. Top Banana, Juicy Pear and Sizzling Cinnamon are all varieties of what?
6. If Five were Famous, what were Seven?
7. What was the name of the battle in 1876 where General George Custer made his famous "last stand"?
8. What was the name of the mythical Greek nymph who fell in love with Narcissus and who could only repeat the last word she heard?
9. What is the nom de plume of author Daniel Handler, used for his books featuring the Baudelaire orphans?
10. An object comes in blue, green for environmental issues, orange for winning a competition and gold for courage or representing the country.
What is it?
ANSWERS 1. Virgil.
2. Kamikaze 3. Urchin (the marinecreature is a sea urchin)
5 Jelly bean (Jelly Belly beans)
6. Secret (in the Enid Blyton series)
7. The Battle of Little Bighorn
9. Lemony Snicket (the fictional author of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events') 10. Blue Peter badges