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quizballs 257 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What highly influential movement of artwork is considered established by Picasso, Braque, Metzinger and others in Paris, 1911?
- Nuclear 'What?' and 'What?' refer respectively to splitting an atom and joining two atoms (two answers required)?
- The UK-based ASOS corporation is a leading international online provider in which sector: Education; Fashionwear; Holidays; or Mapping?
- In which modern nation was the city-state called in Hebrew: Babel?
- Apples, plums, cherries, apricots, raspberries and strawberries all belong to which plant family: Honeysuckle; Lily; Magnolia; or Rose?
- D'addario, Elixir, Rotosound and Ernie Ball are leading makers of what musical accessory?
- The terms crutching, wigging and ringing refer to elements of which animal process, prevalent in Australia and New Zealand?
- The term 'mondegreen' refers to: Gardening; Climate change; Cooking; or Misheard lyrics?
- The AZERTY keyboard layout is standard in: France; Germany; Denmark; or Wales?
- The expression 'sour grapes', from one of Aesop's Fables, involves which creature?
- From what fruit is perry traditionally made?
- The term 'cytoplasm' originated in: Star Wars; Dr Who; Batman; or Biology?
- What creatures were trained by Croatia's Zagreb university in 2013 to detect landmines: Pigs; Bees; Cats; Rats, or Bats?
- In motion-detection and automated lighting sensors what does PIR mean?
- What metaphor aptly refers to the marketing of US multinational US corporation Bausch and Lomb: Focus; Target; Concentrate; or Penetrate?
- The Japanese food word sushi referred originally to: Raw; Rice; Cold; or Conveyor-belt?
- The words vagary/vagaries refer specifically to unpredictable: Vagueness; Change/changes; Unhappiness; or Problems?
- The diacritical mark resembling a wavy hyphen (here shown above the letter ñ) is called a: Streg; Bolle; Tilde; or Cedilla?
- What is the hardest working muscle (i.e., total power output) in the lifetime of the human body?
- What homonymic word refers both to a pit and a hunted animal?
quizballs 257 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes