Posted: April 9, 2009 in Uncategorized

It is time for the April Mini Quiz, which is part three in the ten part battle for not only a prize, but the honour of being crowned the champion. 

Talking of champions I will refrain from mentioning the name Branislav Ivanovic more than once in today’s post. 3-1, 3-1. 

The contenders in the Miniquiz over the first two rounds come from Australia, Denmark, New Mexico, Scotland, Texas, Virginia and Wales. But of course with 8 rounds to go there is plenty of time to enter and win the grand prize.

The questions are stored at Crime Scraps HQ with certainly more security than Assistant Commissioner Bob Quick could muster for his documents.  

Here we go, opening the safe and taking out the question, which is really fairly easy:

A Chinese American, and a Belgian as well as ten others are linked by a Central American Republic, an International Police Organization and a philatelic celebration.
Explain and identify the dozen?

Please send your answers to thbear08@googlemail.com by 28 April
  1. Kerrie says:

    >I know! I know! I know!All bribes accepted

  2. >Two absolutely correct answers so far from Australia and Denmark! Well done.

  3. Mack says:

    >Since Mr. Quick hasn’t been captured in a photograph with the answers conveniently displayed, can you tell us if these 10 people are fictional or real?

  4. >Definitely fictional in 9 cases and both fictional and pseudonymous in another! ;0)I hope that helps.

  5. cfr says:

    >Well I’m stumped, so the representation of Wales is about to see a diminution in value, much like sterling.But there is an Easter weekend to have a think and play around on Google…Have a good one Norm! Make sure your eggs are at least 70% cocoa, because at that level chocolate is actually good for you. All in moderation of course!

  6. >Two more correct answers from Scotland and Texas. I am sure a bit of googling might help the Welsh effort after all there are not that number of Central American republics. :o)

  7. Dorte H says:

    >I humbly admit that my son helped me a bit – but he is also Danish so it doesn´t change the geographical situation 😉

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