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quizballs 341 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The cylindrical roller in a traditional typewriter is a: Typebar; Shift; Platen; or Carriage?
- What's the food 'head cheese' alternatively called, which separately refers to a man's physical strength?
- The Indian wind instrument, the pungi (also been or bin), is associated with what street activity?
- Name the UK businessman who ruined his eponymous empire overnight by calling one of his products 'total crap'?
- The emblem of the Rainforest Alliance, which promotes and certifies sustainable rainforest business globally, is a green: Parrot; Frog; Spider; or Ant?
- Expressed traditionally as N s, what in physics is the product of mass and velocity?
- Astronomers refer to a planetary position potentially enabling Earthlike conditions as the '(What?) Zone': Goldilocks; Snow White; Sleeping Beauty; or Dumbo?
- FAST is the very apt acronym for recognizing and reacting to what sort of medical emergency: Heart attack; Stroke; Concussion; or Hypothermia?
- What's the total score, and penalty, for this snooker break (succession of balls potted by one player): Red, Pink, Red, Brown, Red, Yellow, Red, White (having nominated Black)? (two answers required)
- The German Imannuel Kant, Englishman Bertrand Russell, and American John Dewey, were notable: Footballers; Philosophers; Generals; or Opera singers?
- Latin 'lardum' refers to: Beef; Bacon; Mutton; or Duck?
- What Latin-languages term informally refers to a chaplain in the armed services?
- What is a feature of wood, sand, cereal, and also 0.0648 grams?
- The popular slogan, originating 1930s, for a persisting leading brand is "Don't say brown, say (What?)'?
- What word meaning official procedure derives ultimately from Greek root words for first and glue?
- What does the military abbreviation 'Gy Sgt' stand for?
- What word, from a US dietary reformist, refers to unsifted wholewheat flour: Graham; Peter; Kenneth; or Nigel?
- The British term 'The Gnomes of Zurich' originated in the 1960s to disparage: FIFA; NATO; Swiss financiers; or Eurovision Song Contest judges?
- The long-standing flag of New Zealand (to 2015) has how many stars, based on Crux, the Southern Cross constellation: One; Four; Sixteen; or Thirty-nine?
- The 17th century mythical French creature, the Hippogryph/Hippogriff is a hybrid of: Horse-Eagle; Hippopotamus-Fish; Man-machine; or Turtle-Dove?