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quizballs 226 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Via Appia is regarded as the first modern what?
- Lysergic Acid Diethylamide is better known by what abbreviated name?
- What was ex-Italian leader Silvio Berlusconi's first criminal conviction (Oct 2012): Soliciting minors for sex; Tax evasion; Bribery; or Abuse of office?
- What word derives from Latin for iron and refers to many different band-type fastenings, strengtheners, and tips?
- Who created the controversial 66ft statue Verity, loaned to UK seaside town Ilfracombe in 2012?
- Which one of these nations is not in Sub-Saharan Africa: Kenya, Algeria, Ethiopia, Burundi?
- The brandname prefixes Open and Libre refer to free 'open source' computer software alternatives to what major corporate product?
- What curry spice takes its name from ancient animal fodder which the Romans called faenum graecum?
- Research published in 2012 by the University of Rio de Janeiro identified what capability as the fundamental enabler of increased brain size in human evolution: Speech; Cooking; Reading and writing; or Swimming?
- Named after a children's story character, what is the informal astrobiological term for the region around a star within which a planet with surface water could theoretically exist?
- The attempted assassination of 15 year old Malala Yousafzai by the Taliban, in response to her championing the right of girls to education, took place in what (her home) country?
- The astronomical term 'quasi-stellar radio source' is more commonly expressed as what abbreviated word?
- A hang is what sort of musical instrument: Percussion; String; Keyboard; or Woodwind?
- The US dollar sign ($) derives from the abbreviation of which other currency?
- The Chalara Fraxinea fungal disease afflicts: Birds; Bees; Trees; or Humans?
- Where on a coin would 'reeding' be found: Edge; Front; Back; or Inside?
- Spell the word: Corobborate; Coroborate; Coroborrate; Corroborrate; or Corroborate?
- Fujitsu's 2012 'Floral Kiss', controversially designed for women including 'long fingernails-friendly opening' and daily horoscopes, is what sort of product?
- What African animals are traditionally considered the 'Big Five', originally the most difficult/dangerous to hunt on foot (one point each)?
- The expression 'up to scratch', meaning fit for purpose, derives from a technical rule in what discipline?
quizballs 226 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes