You have an imaginary Scrabble rack in front of you containing seven letters; however, you don’t know what the letters are just yet. All of the one-word answers to the questions below can be made from this set of seven letters, which will allow you to work out the contents of the rack.
- According to the Stereophonics in 1997, how many matches does it take to burn a thousand trees?
- What first name connects comedians with the surnames Brydon and Beckett?
- In the human body an Ossicle is a very small example of what?
- What is the smallest indigenous deer species in the UK?
- Originally a contraction of the relative brother, what word can now be used for any male friend?
- If something is described as Ferric, what chemical element does it contain?
- What word is used for water containing a high concentration, or even a saturation, of salt?
- What completes the partnership Batman and . . . ?
- What local word for a marsh gives its name to the low-lying marshy area in eastern England?
- What appropriate seven-letter word can be made from the rack of letters?
Answer at 9.00 on Monday