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Discussion in 'Watford' started by colognehornet, Jun 26, 2013.
Prior to his long illness, he had had a couple of small chart successes - the first of which was a song about an animal. And his stage name was the name of a different animal.
Oh I saw him a couple of years back... he used to love his dog??
Then transmigrated from a feline to something more relligious??
Yes - the brilliant Cat Stevens (well, until religion took hold). After a prolongued spell in hospital with tuberculosis and no touring for around nine months, he supported the Who in their LSE benefit concert in The Roundhouse in early 1969 - and turned out have become a rather fine instrospective singer/songwriter, one who was probably more popular around the world than he was in the UK. His albums from the early 70s were most definitely the stuff of romantic candle-lit rooms, 'incense' and ice cold white wine...
Over to you.
What is clever in Uhlsport?
Who is another word for clever?
Yes.half way there.. .. And what is the link with the rest of the question....?
He's been appointed head of football at Abingdon United in the Uhlsport Hellenic League
Yes you got it... Well done!
Which three cities were united into one but retained the names of just two of the original three?
Buda, Pest and Obuda ?
Yup - over to you...
Cheers BB. What is the oldest food quality regulation in the World which remains in force ?
Dates back to 1512.
The quantity of onions necessary to make Zwiebelkuchen. The combination with new Moselle wine is designed to make you pass wind prodigiously. As such, there are strict rules as to the ingredients - of which the main one is an excess of new onions. I've tried it - powered our tandem for hours. Bit unfortunate for my stoker.
Although the Zwiebelkuchen and Moselle wine are moving in the right geographical direction.
A few clues here: The law was originally only for a city, then in 1516 for an area (Duchy) and in 1909 for a whole country. It was originally made in order to protect local producers against foreign competition. It was challenged in 1987 by the EU on the grounds that it was protectionist !
Would that be Germany's beer purity law?