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quizballs 194 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What religious code refers to 'the three poisons' (or 'unwholesome roots') of ignorance, attachment, aversion, as the roots of all suffering? Islam; Buddhism; Christianity; Hinduism?
- Which of these towns lie(s) inside London's M25 orbital motorway: Watford; Biggin Hill; Harrow; Epsom; Dartford?
- As at at 2012 Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao are/were president and premier of which country?
- Behind Wal-Mart, Carrefour, and Tesco, what corporation is the fourth largest retail group (by turnover, at 2012) in the world: Metro; Aldi; Sears; or IKEA?
- What organ of the body has a pericardium, pulmonary trunk, and superior vena cava?
- Who succeeded Joseph Stalin as leader of the Sovient Union?
- A dagga (duggi or dhama) is the bass element of what Indian percussion instrument?
- Lye is an old English word for: Caustic soda; Baking soda; Cream soda or Soda bread?
- Which Greek hero killed the 'half-man/half-bull' Minotaur?
- The army bugle call meaning get ready/mounted and into line/parade is traditionally called: Swords and Lances; Hats and Bayonets; Boots and Saddles; or Guns and Roses?
- Which country has (at 2012) the longest national highway in the world?
- Spell the country name: Kazakhstan; Kazahkstan; Kazhakstan; or Kahzakstan? - Bonus points - Kazakhstan is one of five countries whose homeland spans Europe and Asia - what are the other four?
- What is the only country whose homeland spans Africa and Asia?
- A medina is typically an Arabic city area characterized by: Waterways; Shopping malls; Huge market squares; or Walled narrow maze-like streets?
- Which country's royal anthem is called 'Kongesangen'?
- The word membranophone technically refers to a: Drum; Hearing aid; 78 RPM record-player; or Condom?
- What is the traditional name for a tradesman who makes things such as gates and furniture by forging iron/steel?
- Carthage is a 3,000 year old urban settlement now part of what North African capital city?
- What modern-day publishing corporation, owner of Penguin books, built the Blackwall Tunnel (under the River Thames in London)?
- What traditionally mysterious, increasingly transparent organization is casually referred to as 'The Craft'?
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