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quizballs 260 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What does the 'D' in the comic book corporation 'DC Comics Inc.' originally stand for?
- What unusual shape might a rainbow adopt when seen from a plane flying above the clouds: Ring; Triangle; Square; Straight line?
- Which one of these is not (at 2013) among the top ten currencies traded globally: US Dollar, Swiss Franc, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollar, or Russian Ruble?
- In which country is the most remote (farthest away) place from any sea or ocean?
- Which bit of Napoleon Boneparte was famously claimed to have been acquired in the late 1900s for several thousand dollars by US medical scientist and war paraphernalia collector John Lattimer: Little finger; Big toe; Glass-Eye; or Penis?
- The biological mating theory that males seek novelty and females seek familiarity is known as the '(What US President?) Effect': Kennedy; Coolidge; Clinton; or Bush?
- What joint in the body leverages the fastest human motion: Hip; Knee; Shoulder; or Wrist?
- Name the Australian Prime Ministers who replaced each other in 2010 and in 2013?
- The 'naut' in the words 'astronaut' and 'aeronaut' meant originally what?
- Name the vast South Korean conglomerate including car-maker which went bankrupt in 1999?
- What famously large and successful partnership uses motto: 'Never knowingly undersold'?
- What iconic genus of fish (technical name Hippocampus) is considered the slowest swimming of all fish, whose dwarf species achieves no more than about 1.5metres per hour?
- Graminoids are more commonly known as what plant form?
- What trade uses a pattress or pattress box: Carpenter; Electrician; Bricklayer; or Roofer?
- The recently banned (considered non-pc) official 200 year-old Royal Naval toast to "Our wives and sweethearts.." is traditionally extended: "NORWICH"; "We'll meet again"; "Meet me in St Louis"; or "May they never meet"?
- In 2013 the (UK) Girl Guides and Boy Scouts Associations said they would no longer demand an oath of duty to what: Parents; Country; Animals; or God?
- What is the Intel Corporation's famous and strangely apple-related processor brandname?
- In June 2013 US Senator Wendy Davis filibustered for 10 hours to obstruct Texas state laws concerning: GM Crops; Abortion; Guns; or Gay Marriage?
- (At 2013) the 230m high Heron Tower is the tallest skyscraper of which historical financial city centre district?
- Ingvar Kamprad founded what famous modern-day organization?
quizballs 260 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes