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quizballs 199 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Blatant means: Obvious; Disgusting; Insulting; or Ignorant?
- What 'anachronistic' word was proposed for removal from titles in official 2012 review of the UK state honours system?
- Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 classic horror novel about split personality is called what?
- Erected in 1989, what large geometric glass structure serves as the main entrance to the Louvre Museum in Paris?
- At its nearest the Moon is roughly how many thousands of miles from Earth: 222; 555; 888; or 1,111?
- Up until ceasing posts in March 2012 who had become the most followed active professional footballer (soccer player) on Twitter?
- Explorer, Street Triple, Rocket and Thunderbird are motorbikes of which manufacturer?
- Roots of the dandelion plant can be used to make a drink very like: Milk; Cider; Coffee; or Coca-Cola?
- CV is the international vehicle registration code of which island nation?
- Chittagong beach in Bangladesh is famous for: Surfing; Weddings; Casinos; or Shipbreaking?
- Who was the last English monarch to win the throne on the battlefield?
- In classical painting a putto (plural putti) is a baby what: Angel; Jesus; Devil; or Elephant?
- The acronym IED stands for what in relation to terrorism?
- Three what feature on the insignia or badge of the abortive Apollo 13 lunar misson?
- The Russian Sukhoi Company is famous for making what?
- Spell the word Abscence; Absense; Abcence; Absence; or Abcense?
- Actor Tom Conti was found to descend from Napoleon Bonaparte after analysis of: Church records; Y-Chromosome DNA; Mitochondrial DNA; or Family photos?
- What is the international dialling code for Egypt: 20; 30; 40; or 50?
- Who were the first married couple to serve in a cabinet of the UK government?
- The amusingly nicknamed 'Brumbrella' was a vast mechanical rain cover at which city's cricket ground? - bonus point - Name the cricket ground?
quizballs 199 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes