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quizballs 232 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 232 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What internet/computing term derives from Old Norse hlekkr, related to Old German gelenk, meaning joint?
- What letter and colour/color denote the national motorway network roads/signs of Germany's Bundesautobahnen (BAB 'federal expressways') (two answers required)?
- What medical Latin term, literally means 'stiffness of death'?
- The famous Castilian military leader Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (1043-99) is better known by what name?
- Banana Island is the most expensive property in a special edition of monopoly based on which Nigerian city?
- In 2012 Shinzo Abe became which nation's eighth prime ministerial appointment in six years, 2006-12?
- PSV (Polished Stone Value) is a technical measurement term used by: Jewellers; Architects; Archaeologists; or Roadbuilders?
- What, having extremes of 'thick' and 'thin', is the measure of a fluid's internal friction/resistance under stress?
- Eugenics refers to optimizing: Animal pedigree; Human population genetics; Plant disease resistance; or Anti-freeze technology?
- Name the famous guitarist whose collaboration with the Gibson company produced their first and eponymous solid electric guitar in 1952?
- What rejection is shared by LS Lowry, John Lennon; Philip Larkin, Benjamin Zephaniah, and Danny Boyle? Chivalric order; US-visa; Blood donation; or Driving licence?
- Visceral refers to a human response of what sort: Intellectual; Group; Violent; or Internal?
- Name Facebook's photo-app company which controversially announced it would begin commercially exploiting users' photos/content on a no-fee no-permission basis with effect from 16 Jan 2013?
- The name Benedict, as used by popes, etc., is from the Latin meaning: The Blessed; The Wise; The Old; or The Wine-loving?
- Cosmetology refers to study/profession in what field: Space; Puzzles/Games; International Culture; or Beauty/Hair?
- What is Mexico's largest state, and also a famously small dog breed?
- Optics is a branch of physics specifically concerning: Waves; Light; Radiation; or Lenses?
- In what two modern countries was the Roman province of Lusitania?
- What expression referring to admitting a mistake, humility and shame, derives from an old English peasant dish made with the offal of a deer?
- The globally widely used Wechsler Scale assesses what in children: Genetic predisposition to disease; Bone growth; Intelligence; or Teeth formation?
quizballs 232 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes