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quizballs 196 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is the only internal human organ capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue?
- What model pioneered personal computing in the 1980s, selling over 20 million of its (then huge) 64k memory machines?
- Name the passenger vehicle famously lost with 36 fatalities on 6 May 1937 at New Jersey US?
- Spell the city name: Pnom Penh; Phnom Penh; Phnom Penn; or Pnhom Pehn? - Bonus point, it is the capital city of which country?
- Belgian surgeon Jacques Rogge headed what organization (at 2012)? - Bonus point - Who preceded Rogge and was the longest serving president, 1980-2001? - additional bonus point - What nationality was that longest serving president of the IOC?
- What instrument most commonly features in the logos of national postal services?
- Protected Geographical Status (PGS) is a EU legal framework to protect the names of regional: Foods/drinks; Songs; Dances; or Festivals?
- Chicken Pox is mainly contracted from contact with: Children; Adults; Water; or Birds?
- Which country has (early 2000s) the highest AIDS infection rate in the world?
- Tian Tian and Yang Guang are: Pandas; Perfumes; Triad gangsters; Beijing subway stations; or Korean search engines?
- Earl Scruggs (1924-2012) pioneered and was master of the three-fingered technique for playing what?
- Facebook announced the acquisition of what major photo app company in April 2012?
- Introduced in the early 1900s, the internationally used Whyte Notation (representing the number of leading/driving/trailing wheels, via a numbers and dashes system) classifies what?
- Perfunctory means: Smelly; Faultless; Careless; or Structured?
- In 2012 Harvard professor Jonathan Tilley announced research apparently proving (contrary to all previous medical thinking) what human feature can be enabled to be replenished in the host body: Teeth; Brain tissue; Eggs; or Heart?
- The Chinese (translated) 'Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists' which once instigated a famous rebellion against colonial and imperial presence in Peking (now Beijing) China, were better known by what name?
- The federation of which sport ruled in early 2012 that bikinis would not be compulsory for its competitors at the London Olympics?
- The UK further education system abbreviation UCAS stands for what?
- Name Shanghai's financial area and China's commercial hub, literally meaning 'east bank'?
- What modern counter-intuitive notion of leading people did author Robert Greenleaf popularize in his so-titled 1977 book?
quizballs 196 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes