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quizballs 279 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Into which body of water does the river Nile empty?
- Which colour/color is generally considered between violet and green in the optical spectrum: Red; Orange; Yellow; or Blue?
- Automotive/car batteries typically contain lead plates in a mixture of water and what acid?
- Which organ of the human body comprises the dermis and epidermis?
- In 2013 which nation became the first in Europe to recognize indeterminate gender (neither male nor female) in official registration/records: Italy; Germany; Sweden; or Greece?
- The strange 500-year-old hyphenated description of excessive friendliness is 'Hail-(what-three-words?): Buddy-hi-ya; Chap-what-ho; Chum-ho-hum; or Fellow-well-met?
- The soccer clubs of which two cities compete in a match traditionally called 'el clasico'?
- Developed in 1941, the Nickel-Strunz classification scheme categorizes: Radioactivity; Minerals; Helicopters; or Potatoes?
- The word 'cant' (not 'can't') refers to talk/communication characterized by: Hypocrisy; Aggression; Love; or Fear?
- The flower buds of the Flinders rose (Capparis spinosa), pickled for culinary seasoning/garnish, are more commonly called what?
- Something which is gynandromorphous contains which two characteristics?
- In espionage tradecraft what handover method does the acronym DLB refer to?
- In Spanish-speaking nations a hacienda is a big what: Estate; Celebration; Tree; or Lake?
- Which symbol is derived from Greek meaning 'small star'?
- What common three-letter word prefixes the following to make six different words: Age, Bid, Give; Mat; Tress and Tune?
- The (International Standards Organization) ISO 4217, within which TRY refers to Turkey, provides designations for international: Currencies; Airports; Sports stadia; or Traditional dress/costume?
- The drinks Sprite and 7 Up traditionally comprise which two-fruit combination: Orange-Lemon; Apple-Lemon; Lemon-Lime; or Pear-Apple?
- Italian physicist Alessandro Volta (1745-1827) is considered to be the inventor of the electric: Chair; Light; Battery; or Blanket?
- The abbreviation LGBT, notably referring to rights/controversy such as that surrounding Russia's hosting of the 2014 Winter Olympics, stands for what?
- Which meteorological word is said to be based on a 17thC portmanteau of squeal and bawl?
quizballs 279 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes