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quizballs 193 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 193 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Name the hugely and suddenly successful 'Pictionary-type' online game bought by Zynga for $180m in 2012?
- Central Anatolia, Eastern Anatolia, and South Eastern Anatolia, are regions of which country?
- Where did the modern common potato originate: South America; North America; Africa; or Asia?
- What is the modern name of the island borough bought by Dutchman Peter Minuit from Native Americans in 1626, and then called New Amsterdam?
- What material was used in making the 2,000 year-old dome of the Pantheon in Rome: Stone; Concrete; Glass; or Wood?
- The Renminbi is currency, and increasingly important in global trading, of which country?
- How many miles is the London orbital M25 motorway: 27; 54; 89; or 117? - Bonus point - how long is the M25 motorway in kilometres?
- An exoplanet is a planet which does what to a sun (outside of our own solar system): Orbits; Crashes into; Swallows; or Converts into?
- What popular internationally franchised UK TV quiz game show, producing very funny wrong answers, ended in the UK in March 2012?
- Which artist/inventor's famous lost 1504 painting, The Battle of Anghiari, was found in 2012 hidden in Florence Town Hall, behind a later fresco?
- (Typically by a woman) a peplum is: Eaten; Worn: Driven; or Sniffed?
- In what country was the wholesale 'cash'n'carry' business Makro founded?
- As at 2012 what is the only European country to routinely apply the death penalty?
- Coptic refers to a sect of what religious order: Buddhism; Hinduism; Islam; or Christianity?
- The daisy-like plants called chamomile/camomile are regarded to be a helpful natural aid chiefly for: Sleep/relaxation; Bruising; Cuts/abrasions; or Blocked sinus?
- St Tropez, Sienna X, and Fake Bake are popular brands of what product/service type?
- As at 2012 Dame Marjorie Scardino is/was head of what high-performing global media/learning corporation?
- The British pub name 'The Talbot' traditionally refers to a what?
- Spell the word: Pongnant; Poignant; Poygnant; Poignent? - Bonus point, it means: Physically stressful; Emotionally moving; Scientifically accurate; or Cleverly designed?
- The effect in which hostage victims form emotional attachment or fondness towards their captors is called '(What city?) Syndrome'?
quizballs 193 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes