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quizballs 233 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What event caused Twitter's servers to crash on 25 June 2009?
- Hyperemesis gravidarum is an extreme form of what commonly named medical condition?
- In hairdressing what generally is the final stage of a hair perming process: Toning; Post-damping; Neutralizing; or Crimping?
- Thraex, murmillo, and hoplomachus are types of: Greek salads; Carnivorous dinosaurs; Snails; or Roman gladiators?
- What surname appeared most in the UK Leveson Inquiry Report about media/press privacy and phone hacking?
- The historical Zaibunnisa Street, is in what heavily commercialised and populated city, made capital at national independence in 1947, until 1958?
- The word callow means: Sickly; Weak; Pale; or Immature?
- In China the terms 'fragrant', 'earth lamb', and '3-6' refer to the meat of which creature?
- A gastrolith is a: Restaurant menu; Food critic; Dinosaur; or Stone swalled by a bird/fish to aid digestion?
- What word for 'the end of the world' referred originally to a revelation?
- Japan's legislative/governmental two-house assembly is called the National: Diet; Eat; Fit; or Food?
- Rheology is the science/study of: Substance flow; Body waste; Kidney disease; or Electrical current?
- What two countries have the longest motorway/interstate highway networks in the world?
- Spell: Viscicitude; Vicicitude; Vicissitude; or Vicisitude?, and it means a change of: Weather/Climate; Fortune/Circumstances; Purpose/Aim; or Fashion/Trend (two answers required)?
- From Greek for gadfly/frenzy, what word refers to the recurring period of sexual receptivity in female mammals?
- A440 refers to the international standard (ISO 16) for what: Musical tuning pitch; Food/drink sweetness; Safety match striking friction; or Pneumatic tyre pressure?
- What abbreviation, loosely equating to Ltd in the UK, and LLC in the US, denotes a private corporation in Australia and South Africa?
- C&W traditionally refers to what sort of music/lifeftyle/image?
- The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) was founded in 1991 as a 'successor entity' to what?
- What modern term, alluding to a display place, refers to the consumer buying tactic of assessing products in retail stores, but then buying them online at a lower price?
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