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quizballs 183 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Playboy Russia covergirl Maria Kozhevnikova, boxer Nikolai Valuyev, and tennis player Marat Safin shared what honour in December 2011?
- What William S Burroughs 1961 book popularised the rock music term 'heavy metal', and provided the names for at least two rock bands of the 1970s?
- What main religion celebrates festivals including Nuakhai, Yatra (or Zatra/Jatra), Pongal, Holi and Shigmo?
- Which country experienced the Velvet Revolution in Nov-Dec 1989?
- According to the UK General Teaching Council how many of the 28,000 newly qualified teachers in 2010 had a computer-related degree: 3; 30; 300 or 3,000?
- Spell the word: Remanisence; Reminissense; Remeniscence; or Reminiscence?
- What ancient Sanskrit word loosely meaning 'region' commonly now refers to people (and culture, products, etc) of Indian sub-continent origins?
- Whom did Forbes Magazine list as the most powerful woman in the Southern Hemisphere in 2011?
- Unrelated, what is a set of slats and a museum?
- What ship, whose name means thunderbolt, was Nelson's flagship 1799-1801, and later a training ship for boys?
- The Showa period of Japan coincided with what Emperor's reign?
- Michael Morpurgo, author of the children's book War Horse, on which the 2012 Spielberg film (of the same name) is based, held what UK position from 2003-5?
- What fashionable Mediterranean resort hosted the G20 international economics conference at the height of the Greek Euro membership crisis?
- How many cubic metres is the space in a room four metres square and three metres high?
- Which politician (as at 2011) has the second-highest average for a No6 cricket test batsman (over 61 runs) and in a competition bowled faster than Dennis Lillee and Andy Roberts?
- What element is also known as hydrargyrum?
- Whose father wrote and sang the popular 'Secret Lemonade Drinker' song in the award-winning British 1970s-80s R Whites Lemonade TV advert ?
- The annual Ballon d'Or award recognizes the world's best: Film; Footballer (soccer player); Ballet dancer; or Stunt aviator?
- Which Australian city is considered to have the largest Greek population outside of Greece?
- What French term refers in English (contracts especially) to an unforeseeable factor preventing the fulfilment of an agreement?
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