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quizballs 190 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- In what country was the sports goods company Fila first established (1911) and owned?
- What airport carries the most international passengers in the world (at 2012)?
- The translation 'long chair' refers to what traditionally French named item of furniture?
- King Rama and Queen Sirikit rule which country (at 2012), bordered by Burma, Laos, and Cambodia?
- Spell the word: Exagerrate; Exagerate; Exaggerate; Exaggerrate?
- Moishe Shagall, born 1887 in what is now Belarus, became famous under what other name?
- From Greek meaning within, what sort of gland secretes hormones, etc., directly into the blood?
- What weekday is traditionally called 'Super...' in the election of US presidential candidates?
- The business abbreviation SME usually refers to what?
- Geir Haard (who in 2012 became the first politician to face court charges for negligence in contributing to the 2008 global financial crisis) led what country?
- What trade takes its name from the old word for twelve dozen?
- What is the lowest note on a common traditional four-string mandolin?
- The 'doppelsigrune' or 'sig runes' was the symbol of what secretive and powerful organization?
- UK tabloid newspapers are commonly called: Blue-prints; Red-tops; Black-sheets; or Brown-bottoms?
- The initials of (what was) the major UK engineering/technology corporation GEC stand for what?
- Who was the last head of state of the Soviet Union?
- What city opened the UK's largest city-centre water feature - the 'Mirror Pool' - in Spring 2012: London; Birmingham; Edinburgh; or Bradford?
- As at 2012 what nationality is the Brewery corporation Carlsberg?
- Argyle Pink Jubilee is a: Rose; Champagne; Diamond; or Racehorse?
- Name Norwegian Evard Munch's famous painting of human outburst?
quizballs 190 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes