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quizballs 304 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is two-thirds of three-quarters?
- Stadium, French's, Händlmaier, and Maille make what, commonly from the Sinapis alba and Brassica juncea plants?
- The creamy cherimoya/chirimoya fruit with a soft cactus-like skin is also known as the '(what?) apple': Honey; Custard; Butter; or Sugar?
- The official Astronomical length of a ('Julian') year is how many days: 365; 366; 365.5; or 365.25?
- The ancient Greek portmanteau word 'necropolis' refers to: Public baths; Cemetery; Police station; or Ice-cream?
- The abbreviation OIEO in small private advertisements means what?
- Anaximander (c.600-550BC), Tabula Rogeriana (1154), Waldseemüller (1507) and Mercator (1569) are notable: Bible translations; World maps; Calendars; or Taxonomies of organisms?
- Which major African institution has the website www.cbn.gov.ng?
- In which competitive activity did the WBF strip its 2013 Bali World Championship from two German doctors for coded coughing?
- Everlast, Winning, and Grant are famous equipment brands for: Angling; Ice-skating; Boxing; or Scuba-diving?
- What medieval defensive feature is named from the French for sliding door?
- What weighs approximately 2.7 x 10-23 grams (that's 2.7 multiplied by 10 to the power of minus 23, or more simply 0.000000000000000000000027gms): A breath of fresh air; A handclap; An atom of oxygen; or a Fly's eyelash?
- Agulhas, Kuroshio, Benguela, Canary and Humboldt are: Salads; Ocean currents; Architects; or Fashion houses?
- A 'strawberry nevus' is a: Cocktail drink; Benign skin-growth; or Tropical algae bloom; or Cheerleader stunt move?
- The old trades: tanner, currier, cordwainer, and girdler worked primarily with: Wax; Leather; Copper; or Stone?
- The ancient symbol the fylfot, is more controversially commonly known as (what?), derived from Sanskrit 'wellbeing', from 'su' (good) and 'asti' (being)?
- Most commonly how many bits are in a byte, and how many bytes are in a kilobyte (two answers required): 10 and 1,000; 1,000 and 1,000; 10 and 100; or 8 and 1,024?
- What word suffixes the following words to make five new words: Rasp; Whortle; Goose; Blue; and Straw?
- A 'tell' refers to a clue in which activity, which in turn refers metaphorically to an intentionally blank facial expression?
- 30 St Mary Axe is better known as The: Bird's Nest; Gherkin; Calabash; or Beehive? - three bonus points: in which cities are the others?
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