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quizballs 208 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 208 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- 'George' is a common nickname for what aviation system?
- Racerback, Balconette, Bandeau, and Shelf are types of what?
- In what language do the words 'zajecie', 'sprawa', and 'przedsiewziecie' refer to notions of business?
- Diverticulitis is a common disease of what human system: Nervous; Skeletal; Immune; or Digestive?
- What French phrase refers to the 'left bank' of the river Seine in Paris, and by extension to the artistic/creative/anti-establishment lifestyle which characterized the area and much of its population in the early 1900s?
- According to Encyclopedia Britannica 2012, a skyscraper is very loosely defined as having at least how many storeys/stories: 15; 40; 65; or 100?
- Willis-Ekbom disease is more commonly known as: Restless leg syndrome; Leprosy; Syphilis; or Ear-ache?
- The Latin term 'intra muros' means: Public; Not public; Under review; or Parliamentary privilege?
- The Henri Delaunay trophy is awarded in which sport?
- What two rhyming words, originally old English, each mean 'from a place or position'?
- From what is the J derived in the brand name 'J-cloth'?
- What Latin word for 'straight' gave its name to a part of the human body?
- What north-eastern state of India (at 2012) accounts for more than 50% of the nation's tea production, and is said to be the world's biggest tea-growing region?
- What was the first chartered corporation of the US: Harvard University; Kellogg Company; Quaker Oats Company; or Bank of New York?
- Where in the human body is the sacrum bone: Ear; Pelvis; Knee; or Hand?
- Pangaea, Laurasia and Gondwana are: Diseases; Supercontinents; Harry Potter characters; or Flowering herbs?
- A 'wherry' is a Drink; Cheese; Wind; or Boat?
- The UK-founded communications technology company O2 started as joint venture between which two large corporations?
- What area of achievement originally linked the US 'Ivy League' universities: Sport; Academic; Politics; or Military? - bonus points, one for each - name the eight Ivy League universities?
- The metric prefix nano means 10 to the power of: -6; -9; -10; or -100?
quizballs 208 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes