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quizballs 258 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- A ewer is a large: Knife; Spoon; Fork; or Jug?
- What note is produced at the twelfth fret of the top (highest pitched) string on a conventionally tuned guitar: E; G; A or Bb?
- What intangible communication aid did Dr Ludwig Zamenhof create c.1880, 'to foster harmony between people of different nations'?
- Static electricity is fundamentally produced by: Magnetism; Humidity; Friction; or Heat?
- (Meaning continuing unpleasantly), spell the word: Insessant; Inscesant; Incescant; or Incessant?
- What plant, named Olea europaea, is an ancient widely used metaphor for peace?
- Which country, the world's fifth-largest, is named after its first export?
- The Bagua (meaning 'eight symbols') is a symbolic/diagrammatic system in which belief: Taoism; Catholicism; Hinduism; or Islam?
- Which country's name, existing 1929-2003, meant 'South Slavs'?
- The human brain's frontal lobe, chiefly processing cognitive functions relating to reward, attention, short-term memory tasks, planning, motivation, etc., is fully mature at (very) approximately what age: Five; Ten; Fifteen; or Thirty?
- Muscovite, used in electrical capacitors, is a processed form of what geological mineral?
- What French word, for 'little bed', refers to a railcar adaptable for sleeping?
- In Indian cuisine, the term pakora refers to what aspect of meat/vegetable cooking: Deep-fried in batter; Griddle; Clay oven; or Kebab?
- Which nation's 'national anthem' is known as 'Qaumi Tarana' and alternatively 'Pak Sarzamin' (sacred land)?
- A sarcophagus traditionally contains a: Telescope; Compass; Corpse; or Fine brandy?
- What popular Australian bird is named after an ancient stringed instrument?
- What Olympic event entails disqualification if both feet of a competitor are seen to be off the ground at the same time?
- In 17th century England what were Happy, Useless, Addled, Short, Long, Rump and Barebones?
- Where is the Barbary Coast: Mexico; Spain and Portugal; India; or North Africa?
- The common vocal sound produced by blocking exhaled airflow (when voicing a vowel) by suddenly closing the vocal tract is called a '(what?) stop'?
quizballs 258 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes