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quizballs 350 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- In the conventional game of darts, 'madhouse' is the name given to a 'Double-(What?)' finish?
- What mathematical term for a part derives from ecclesiastical Latin for 'breaking bread'?
- What does the television acronym HDMI stand for?
- What's the cube root of 125,000?
- The cemetery of which chaotic 16th century London hospital became a major archeological project in 2015?
- Michelin star chef Kevin Lowe moved from Heston Blumenthal's organization in 2015 to: The Ivy; McDonald's; Buckingham Palace; or Lidl?
- A 'Copyright Library' or 'National Library' is typically (US, Can., UK, Australia and much of Europe) enabled by long-standing statute to have a free: Cafe; Entry; or Copy of every book published in its country?
- Which dog breed was popularized in the Oscar winning 2012 silent film The Artist?
- What 'rare' noble gas element used in lighting was discovered in 1898 and named after Greek 'new'?
- What are Fire, Crew, Timbers, Dynamo, Galaxy and Earthquakes? Bonus point for each complete name?
- The byssal threads of a water-dwelling mussel which attach to a surface are commonly called its: Hair; Beard; Moustache; or Sideburns?
- The typical unit measure of 3.6MJ (mega joules) by which electric power is typically sold is more commonly called one: Volt; Amp; Coulomb; or Kilowatt/hour?
- (As at early 2000s) which non-Olympic women's athletic event has a world record points total of just over 5,000 points?
- Among suggestions of people's most loved words, 'defenestration' means throwing a: Spear; Fit; Party; or Person/Object out of a Window?
- According to the noted sociobiologist/zoologist Desmond Morris, the OXO brand chiefly succeeds because it represents: Oxen (beef cattle); Plates and cutlery; Ancient Hieroglyphics for 'Family Meal'; or The Human Face?
- Which two of these are not among the five biggest cities of Spain: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Palma, Benidorm?
- Mate (or maté, yerba mate, or chimarrão) is a popular South American-originating: Drink; Dance; Jerky (dried chewing meat); or Horse-riding contest?
- Amazon's next-day delivery service censured for breaching UK advertising standards is: Optimum; Premium; Prime; or Inertia?
- What medieval war cry, popularised by Shakespeare with the phrase 'dogs of war', means destruction?
- An enemy group within and threatening a larger entity is called a '(What?) Column': Second; Third; Fourth; or Fifth?
quizballs 350 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes