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quizballs 109 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- On which island was Nelson Mandela incarcerated for 27 years, from 1962-90?
- Pertussis is the medical term for which childhood illness?
- In which European country are the Altamira cave paintings?
- Who unexpectedly beat Jimmy Connors in the 1975 Wimbledon Men's Singles Final?
- What is a musical composition for nine voices or instruments?
- In 1994, the USA lifted a nineteen year trade ban for which country?
- By what name did the 1932-33 England-Australia cricket series become known, after the visiting English team, notably fast bowler Harold Larwood, employed controversial tactics of bowling at batsmen's heads and chests, rather than the wicket: Headline; Neckline; Bodyline; or Bodyform?
- Abhorson is an executioner in which Shakespeare play?
- In which ocean is the island of Madeira?
- Who is generally considered to have invented the first electric battery cell in 1800?
- What Japanese expression derives from two colloquial Japanese words meaning 'belly cutting'?
- In which country was escapologist Harry Houdini born: England; USA; Hungary; Russia?
- How many Oscars did the 1994 film 'Forrest Gump' win: None; Two; Six; or Eight?
- In geology, a coomb or combe is a type of what: Sea-bed; Valley; Hill; or Rocky outcrop?
- Put these UK police ranks in order, lowest to highest: Superintendent; Chief Constable; Chief Inspector; Sergeant; Detective Constable?
- What is the main ingredient of the Italian dish frittata?
- What is the capital of Latvia?
- What word generally referring to a type of slave or servant, and used figuratively for an ineffectual or powerless man, derives from Greek words meaning 'bed' and 'hold' or 'keep'?
- Plew is a term for the pelt of which animal?
- Which is the largest joint in the human body?
- Which designer is famous for his/her red-soled footwear?
- How many separate terms did William Gladstone serves as Prime Minister of Britain: One; Two; Three; or Four?
- How many stars are on the national flag of China?
- Scottish mathematician and scientist John Napier (1550-1617) pioneered the use of what: Logarithms and the decimal point; The slide-rule; Feet and inches; Binoculars?
- A miller's thumb is what type of creature?
- What was Alexander the Great's famous horse, whose Greek name translates to mean 'ox-head'?
- Which spice comes from the rhizome (root-stalk) of the plant Zingaber Officionale?
- During which month is Republic Day in Italy?
- From the Greek 'pro' meaning 'before' and 'gignoskein' meaning 'know', what medical term refers to the predicted course and outcome of an illness, and increasingly to forecasting other complex situations?
- What trade is the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme intended to regulate: Diamond; Beef; Gold; or Chocolate?
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