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quizballs 236 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- 'Il Duce' - subject of revivalist support in Italy in the 2000s - is better known by what name?
- What often controversial medical research/treatment term derives from the Latin 'I shall be pleasing'?
- What's the world's oldest amateur rowing club (now at Henley-on Thames, UK) named after the Greek mythological lover of the priestess Hero, who drowned swimming the Hellespont to visit her?
- Platter, j-bar, bum, button, and Poma are equivalent terms for what apparatus?
- The Métis are a substantial group of aboriginal people of which nation?
- What seabird is named from Norse 'stinking gull' because of vomiting when disturbed?
- What traditional item of apparel (silk, cotton, or paper), used by hand, is named after an old French word for a head covering?
- In the study of anthropods, name the 'Three Ps' considered natural controls/suppressors of insect plague?
- The word scrutiny derives (early 15th century) from Latin 'scruta', a 'mixed uncertain lot of (what?)': Trash/old things; Legal papers; Gold/jewels; or People?
- What was reported stolen from Microsoft's R&D offices in Silicone Valley in Dec 2012: MS Smartphones; MS Tablets; MS Code; or Apple iPads?
- Glock pistols are made by which country?
- Name the big inflatable sphere in which thrill-seeking people roll down hills and on water: Zorb; Zall; Borb; or Rolb?
- Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography (ERCP) is used in what field: Medicine; Geology; Engineering; or Archaeology?
- Spell the word: Catarrh; Catahrr; Catargh; or Catarrgh?
- The term 'chamois' (informally 'shammy'), soft leather for cleaning/wiping/gloves/etc, is named after, and originally made from what sort of creature: Pig/boar; Mountain goat/antelope; River eel; or Cow?
- What sort of fastener has a crown, legs and teeth?
- The historic (at 2012, three-branch-line) San Francisco cable car system comprises how many actual cables in total: Four; Forty; Four hundred; or Four thousand?
- What modern digital display term is an abbreviated portmanteau word from picture and element?
- What language was first to be represented in dictionaries and related language theory: Chinese; Latin; Hebrew; or Greek?
- Extraversion/introversion, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Neuroticism, and Openness to experience and are the 'Big Five' dimensions of what popular acronymically-named personality analysis theory?
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