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quizballs 329 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Which fictional family lived at 1313 Mockingbird Lane, Mockingbird Heights, California?
- Name the chemical separation process in which electricity passes through a conducting substance between two electrodes?
- The highest US military award, the Medal of Honor, is what shape: Star; Cross; Circle; or Pentagon?
- The Persian shamsher, 'paw claw', inspired what name/weapon, also a 1970s sports car by the makers of the Robin and Bond Bug?
- Strike-slip, Dip-slip, Oblique-slip, Listric and Ring refer to: Geological faults; Pottery processes; Ice-hockey moves; or Currency market trends?
- What London medicinal water site, later a music hall, was the birthplace of the Royal Ballet and English National Opera?
- The Drachma was which nation's main currency unit before the Euro in 2002?
- Episcopal refers to what authority: King; Military General; Bishop; or Mayor?
- An old word for a proverb or saying is a: Plane; Nail; Drill; or Saw?
- Why are anti-bacterial alcohol hand cleansers ineffective against Ebola?
- Which popular UK stop-motion animated children's TV character based at Fixham was given a CGI update in 2014?
- Satya Nadella, boss of which vast corporation, apologised in 2014 for suggesting female workers should rely on faith and karma instead of asking for a pay rise?
- Spell the capital of Thailand: Bankok; Bangkok; Bangcock; or Bancok?
- Historically, malmsey wine came from what nation and its surrounding islands: Scotland; Greece; Jamaica; or Japan?
- Pioneering collaborative UK/Poland surgery to repair human spinal cord was demonstrated in 2014 using what uniquely regenerating human nerve cells?
- Equating to Roman goddess Diana, name Apollo's huntress chaste twin sister, also ironically a 600-customer Berlin brothel?
- The 1850s 'open-hearth process' was used in producing: Bread; Steel; Wool; or Political ideas?
- Bullace is a thorny shrub with fruit similar to small uncultivated: Banana; Plum; Cucumber; or Pineapple?
- The parts that enable a guitar to be tuned are called: Machines; Knobs; Keys; or Locks?
- The Union of Myanmar, capital Rangoon, is traditionally (in the 'west') called what country?