quizballs 348 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 348 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The world's bitterest chemical Denatonium, branded 'Bitrex' and 'Aversion', is used in: Beer; Haribo Tangfastic; MacDonald's sauces; or Shampoo?
- The famous song Una Paloma Blanca means in Spanish a white: Rose; Dove; Wine; or Knuckle?
- Which city has the most moving bridges in the world: Venice; London; Chicago; or Riyadh?
- The traditional African instrument called a djembe is a small: Drum; Harmonica; Trumpet; or Piano?
- In music what note is a tone above B?
- The bench seats of the British House of Commons and House of Lords are respectively: Green/Red; Blue/Green; Black/Brown; or Silver/Gold?
- Which South-Asian curry dish is named from Persian 'two onions'?
- The Greek word praxis refers to what, contrasting with theory: Practice; Experimentation; Intuition; or Nonsense?
- US veterinary pathologist Daniel Salmon (1850-1914) oversaw the discovery of what, named eponymously?
- What famous striped creature shares the same genus as the onager and kiang?
- What old prefix word makes five new words in front of: Gram; Centre/Center; Cure; Tome; and Thalamus?
- K'ung Futse (Venerated Master Kong) is better known as which major philosopher and religious founder?
- Scorpion W2 (USA), Woodland Pattern (USA), Flecktarn (Germany), and Multi-Terrain Pattern (UK) are notable designs of what?
- The Astros, Rockets, and (defunct) Oilers are sports clubs of which city?
- What informal term for illicit or counterfeit product derives from smuggling liquor in footwear?
- Oslo University claimed in 2015 that the Bubonic plague outbreaks of the middle ages were caused by flea-carrying: Cats; Horses; Chickens; or Gerbils? (not rats as traditionally believed)
- What February saint's day traditionally sees a following rise in residential property markets?
- The successful and regionally dominant people called Goths in medieval times were: North-African; South-Asian; East-Germanic; or West-Indian?
- The 16th century vast eight-choir musical work 'Spem in alium' by Thomas Tallis became a best seller in 2012 after featuring in which controversial book?
- Catatonia is a technical term for: Ancient Cypus; Human stupor; Salt-water; or Feline miaowing?