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fartcatcher

the return of what links

1. 13th (slavery), 16th (income tax), 18th and 21st (alcohol)

2. Menai Suspension Bridge, Caledonian Canal, Pontcysyllte aqueduct

3. St Helier, St Peter Port, St Anne,

4. Cowboys, Mavericks, Stars, Rangers

5. Victorian heroine, MP for Edinburgh SW, girl in Peter Pan

6. Boyle, Charles, Avogadro, Dalton
bearing

No. 2 also the nice canal bridge over the A5 near Weston Under Lizard, they were all Thomas Telford constructions.
bearing

3. are they cinque ports?
Pond Life

1. prohibition
bearing

is 4. American Football?
Grind

4 is Dallas and/or Texas?
Forest

5. is Darling
Grind

First are presumably amendments to the US constitution?
Grind

Brunel for #2?
Grind

6 all have laws
Pond Life

6.ray
Grind

5 is Wendy?
fartcatcher

1 is on the right lines

2  and 5 are correct

4. Make your mind up Grind

3. Wrong but not a lot wrong

6. ????
Grind

6 might be constants instead?
bearing

Grind wrote:
Brunel for #2?


Grind

Texas then
Grind

6 are physicsy/chemically law type thingummies.
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
Brunel for #2?




Oh.  

* They were probably mates. *
fartcatcher

I'm getting confused here. I'm not used to this real time stuff.

The correct answer to 2 is Telford not Brunel

Grind - hard luck with number 4. I'll give you number 6. It's something to do with gases. (parp)

No-one's got 3 yet
bearing

Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
Brunel for #2?




Oh.  

* They were probably mates. *


I don't think they'd be bessie mates, do some reading on the design process of the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Grind

3 sounds channel islandy.

4) Dallas then FFS!

6) Are all gas laws then.
fartcatcher

correct Grind.

Either you lot are getting cleverer (unlikely) or these were too easy.
bearing

fartcatcher wrote:
correct Grind.

Either you lot are getting cleverer (unlikely) or these were too easy.


A bit easy FC
Grind

I bet Telford copied Brunel.
bearing

Grind wrote:
I bet Telford copied Brunel.


I reckon there was a smidge of jealousy.
Tank Girl

is the answer to no3 science related?
bearing

Number 3, are they all the 'capitals' of each of the Channel Islands?

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