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Question 40 was replaced (thanks T Compton - 16 May 2007) because it had three different possible answers: pear, citrus or orange. As well as being a pear variety, bergamot arguably more commonly refers the pear-shaped citrus or orange fruit, grown in Italy, a cross between a pear-lemon and Seville orange or grapefruit, used in making Bergamot oil and for flavouring Early Grey tea. The word bergamot is originally from the Turkish begarmud, meaning prince's pear.

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quizballs 22 - free quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes

  1. In which country are the Cariboo Mountains?
  2. In which month is Lady Day (UK)?
  3. Who was the first Lancaster King of England?
  4. A mahout is a person who works with and rides what?
  5. What is the capital of Romania?
  6. What is the name of our nearest galaxy?
  7. In which city was the artist Francis Bacon born?
  8. Who saved the magazine Private Eye from financial ruin in 1962?
  9. Cartomancy is fortune-telling using what?
  10. Aioli is mayonnaise seasoned with what?
  11. Lego building blocks originated from which country?
  12. What type of creature is a an Eland?
  13. What does UNICEF stand for?
  14. What is the longest river in France?
  15. Where in the human body is the thyroid gland?
  16. On which country's stock exchange is the All Ordinaries index?
  17. Which health minister was responsible for the introduction of the UK National Health Service?
  18. What is dromophobia a fear of?
  19. What were artist LS Lowry's first names?
  20. Who was the first person to cross Antarctica?
  21. What colour are the flowers of the harebell?
  22. In anatomy what are the nates?
  23. What is the Roman numeral for 500?
  24. In which country is the church with the tallest spire in the world?
  25. How many astronauts have walked on the moon?
  26. Who were Balthazar, Melchior, and Gaspar?
  27. Wild majoram is another name for which herb?
  28. Latten is an alloy of which two metals?
  29. Malibu Beach is in which US state?
  30. Which insect lives in a formicary?
  31. What is Sir Alan Sugar's charter airline called?
  32. Lupine relates to which animals?
  33. In which Yorkshire castle did Richard II die in 1400?
  34. What is ascorbic acid commonly known as?
  35. Bunny was the sidekick of which fictional thief?
  36. In which year was the Sydney Opera House opened?
  37. What type of nuts are used to make marzipan?
  38. What is a negatively charged electrode called?
  39. Which war started following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
  40. What did the rat eat 'that lay in the house that Jack built', in the nursery rhyme The House that Jack Built?
  41. A paradiddle is a playing technique for which instrument?
  42. Which two teams played in the first FA Cup Final at the original Wembley Stadium?
  43. How many Grand Prix did Graham Hill win?
  44. An oenophile is a connoisseur of what?
  45. Which was the first US state to enter the Union?
  46. A terawatt is how many megawatts?
  47. Which British airport was opened to passengers in 1946?
  48. What is decompression sickness commonly known as?
  49. What is the offspring of a donkey and a horse called?
  50. In which UK newspaper did the first crossword appear?

 

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