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quizballs 133 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is the ancient axe-like hand tool used for shaping wood, especially in boat-building, with a curved blade at right angles to the line of the handle (unlike a conventional axe whose blade is in line with the handle)?
- If something is colubrine, it resembles or relates to which type of creature?
- The England footballer Nat Lofthouse, who died age 85 in 2011, earned what nickname (an animal of a city) after his courageous match-winning performance against Austria in 1952?
- Brabantio is whose father in Shakespeare's play Othello?
- In April 1940, author and political leader Booker T Washington became the first African American to be depicted on an American what?
- What does a phillumenist collect: Thoughts and ideas; Pastry recipes; Light bulbs; or Matchboxes and/or matchbook labels?
- Name the four presenters assembled in 2011 to front the innovative UK Channel 4 TV news series, 10 O'Clock Live?
- The village of Tolpuddle, the home of the 19th century Tolpuddle Martyrs, is in which English county?
- In which war-torn city were advertising moguls Saatchi and Saatchi born?
- Aside from being a 'nuisance' if one gets into your garden, what is an animal called that feeds only on plants?
- In England, celebrating the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, on which date was Oak Apple Day celebrated?
- Who wrote the play 'Absurd Person Singular'?
- The Pictish language was spoken in which nation in early medieval times?
- Who is the the voice of cartoon character Jack Kahuna Laguna in a special episode of Spongebob Squarepants?
- In Norse mythology, from which type of tree was the first man created: Maple; Fir; Ash; or Fig?
- What is the name of the syndrome in which a person feigns severe illness in order to obtain medical attention?
- What is the name of the Japanese plant, used as a condiment in cooking, with a thick green root which tastes like strong horseradish?
- Mount Lascar is in which South American country?
- Algeria became independent from which European country in 1962 after over 100 years of rule?
- A Devadasi is a what: Arabian wind; Female Hindu temple dancer; Icelandic festival; or Australian sandwich?
- In 2011 the notorious ex-dictator Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier returned to and was arrested in which country?
- What was the name of the American pioneer whose son was killed when a party of pioneers was led into Kentucky in 1773?
- Osmic relates to which of the senses?
- In Greek mythology, Algaia, Thalia and Euphrosyne are the three what?
- Which element is mixed with gold to make red gold?
- What long-running UK children's TV show has an emblem of a blue galleon on a white shield?
- Reportedly written by Julius Caesar in 47BC, what do the words 'Veni, vidi, vici,' translate to in English?
- The only Swiss guard still in existence serve in which European city?
- Lee Hsien Loong was reportedly the highest paid what, globally, in 2010: Fashion designer; Boxer; Golfer; or National leader?
- Who is the patron saint of lost causes?
- Which is the only member of the cat family that cannot retract its claws?
- In electronics, what does RADAR stand for?
- Hezbollah is a political/terrorist organization in which country?
- What is each section of ten beads on a rosary called?
- Relating to the sea, what are spring and neap?
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