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quizballs 338 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Geographically, Guantanamo Bay is located in: USA; Cuba; Mexico; or Canada?
- What kitchen-related term refers to a major music publishing/retailing street, notably Manhattan's West 28th Street and London's Denmark Street?
- Which sugar confectionery adopted the slogan 'Taste the Rainbow' in 1994?
- The Golden Spurtle is an annual world championship, held at Scotland's Cairngorms National Park, for: Rock climbing; Salmon fishing; Monster impressions; or Porridge making?
- What commodity value is benchmarked in the USA and elsewhere according to (among more technical terms) 'Texas Light Sweet'?
- Toot, Percy, Charlie, ching and chang all refer informally to what?
- The dinosaur Archaeopteryx or (German) 'Urvogel' is considered a main ancestor of modern: Fish; Birds; Cattle; or Mice?
- Warren Buffett coined (What?) key investment term to symbolize 'competitive immunity' of a corporation: Moat; Boat; Float; or Stoat?
- If five baskets contain respectively 7, 6, 5, 4 and 3 apples, what is the average number of apples in two baskets?
- London's Claridge's hotel restaurant attracted pavement demonstrations in 2014 after objecting to a customer's: Weight; Height; E-cigar; or Breastfeeding a baby?
- The coffin of which famous assassin, buried in 1963 and exhumed in 1981, was sold at auction for $87,500 in 2010?
- What is the main currency of Bali, Java, Sulawesi, and several thousand other islands of the same nation?
- What disease causes the human immune system to attack healthy tissue, named/believed originally from the bite of a wolf?
- Which of these is not a usual brass instrument pitch, transposed/equating to middle C: Bb; Eb; F; or D?
- Whose December 2014 official photographs, wearing a guardsman-design knitted pullover, prompted huge sales interest in the product?
- Which UK entertainment franchise claimed its use of car registration H982 FKL in Argentina as a purely coincidental reference to the 1982 Falklands War?
- Dr Dre became the highest earning musician in 2014 by selling his headphones company (What?) to Apple for c.$600m?
- The expression 'to shirtfront' someone (confront head-on), adopted by certain politicians in 2014, originated in: Ice-Hockey; Rugby Leage; Australian Rules Football; or Ten-pin bowling?
- The largest ever white (What?) weighing 4.16lbs was sold at NYC Sotheby's for $61,250 in 2014?
- Name the controversial 'extreme' global taxi-hailing smartphone app, banned by several territories in 2014?