quizballs 210 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 210 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What external human feature is commonly described as having three parts: cuticle, cortex and medula?
- 'Traduce' means to do what to someone: Enhance reputation; Damage reputation; Trick/deceive; or Blackmail?
- Where during the Iron Age and Roman era was Gaul? West Central Europe; Spain and North Africa; Scandinavia; or Eastern Europe?
- Which politician, in his previous work, set a world record in Florence in 1981 which endured for 16 years?
- A shibboleth is a: Belief or custom; Prehistoric elephant; Biblical vagrant; or Roman catapult?
- The slang (now considered offensive) term Hottentot once referred to people of which region: SW Africa; Scandinavia; Germany; or Arabia?
- The capital of which US state is named after prospector (and discoverer of local gold in 1880) Joseph Juneau?
- Which Frenchman composed Clair de lune, the famous third movement of Suite bergamasque?
- A narrative/statement/question used in testing/developing student capability in Zen Buddhism is a: Yoan; Doan; Koan; Shoan; or Moan?
- A myringotomy is an incision in what part of the human body?
- Rosneftegaz and Gazprom are vast energy corporations of which nation?
- Petite Sirah, Tempranillo, Vespolina, and Gamay are varieties of what?
- Which of these countries was not in the region known as Prussia: Germany, Russia, Denmark, Italy, or Switzerland?
- Gatka, Mardani khel, Musti yuddha, and Silambam are: Indian martial arts; Brazilian dances; Moroccan ports; or Pacific islands?
- Bead, Ball, Ribbon, Staccato and Sheet are types of what?
- What Japanese family name (and famous guitar company) means 'high ridge' or 'high peak'?
- Extragalactic refers to beyond the: Speed of light; Year one-million; Observable universe; or Milky Way?
- Ptosis refers medically normally to a drooping what?
- What single unit of measurement equates to 1.06×10-13 light-years?
- From Greek words for 'similar' and 'standing still' what term refers scientifically to self-balancing in chemical/biological systems, and generally to life where people/societies tend to adjust risk/consumption according to consequences, driven by avoidance of change?
quizballs 210 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes