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quizballs 239 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- London's Savoy Hotel entrance roundabout provided the 25ft (8m) basis for a standard UK: Mini-roundabout; Black Cab turning-circle; Bus length; or Helipad?
- What ingredient causes a can of cola to sink in water, whereas a can of diet cola floats?
- (Before Jurassic Park) the word raptor technically refers to what sort of carnivorous creature: Lion; Dragon; Snake; or Bird?
- What slang word for a sailor derives from old Dutch meaning 'bed companion'?
- The Latin term 'per capita' means 'for... The entire population; Each person; Paying customers; or Registered voters?
- What Anglicized French word for a sort of clothing derives from meaning 'doing the washing'?
- Hircine refers to being like or related to what creature?
- Pandeiro is a popular example of what in Brazil: Percussion; Dance; Food; or Horse?
- The Republic of Upper Volta was renamed what (two-words) in 1984, meaning respectively 'men of integrity' and 'fatherland' in its two native languages?
- Who was in 1907 the youngest Nobel Literature Prizewinner, and later declined a knighthood and UK Poet Laurateship?
- Name the UK seaside town famous for jet stone, and whose St Mary's Church featured in Bram Stoker's Dracula?
- Where in the human body is the glottis?
- In physics, the elementary exchange particles ('gauge bosons') between quarks are called: Gluons; Addons; Stickons; or Clingons?
- The six soft alkali metals (lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, caesium, and francium) react with water to produce what gas?
- Roughly what is the distance in miles (or km) from the Earth's surface to its centre/center?: 300, 900; 4,000; or 12,000?
- In terms of actions, activities, projects, etc., the word hiatus means a: Conflict; Pause; Climax; or Crisis?
- The Shoemaker-Levy 9 Comet broke up and impacted where, in 1994, to huge astronomical and media interest: Jupiter; Mars; The Sun; or Mexico?
- What capital city is phonetically (sounds) the same as a traditional open-roofed Moroccan house and means 'the gardens/garden'?
- What is the only 'big cat' found wild in the Americas which roars?
- Peripatetic refers to work which involves: Teaching; Travel; Medicine; or Writing?
quizballs 239 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes