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quizballs 401 - free general knowledge quiz - questions and answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The Latin prefix 'dino' (as in dinosaur) means: Giant; Terrible; Noisy; or Old? Terrible (saurus = lizard)
- Approximately how much Francium (the rarest metal on the planet) exists on Earth: 1000 tonnes; 10 tonnes; 50 kilos; or less than an ounce? Less than an ounce (it has a 'half-life' only 22mins, is highly radioactive and decays into radon)
- Argan oil, chiefly from Morocco, used in cooking and cosmetics, is extracted from a: Seaweed; Cactus; Tree nut; or Camel? Tree nut (from the Argan tree)
- Mocha is coffee with added: Alcohol; Chocolate; Cream; or Tea? Chocolate
- According to The Bible's Book of Genesis in which God created Heaven and Earth in six days, on the first day God created: Man and Woman; Fire and Air; Darkness and Light; or The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea? Darkness and Light
- A 'cricket box' is a: Painted batting zone; Safe area for spectators; Chest for stumps, balls, bats, etc; or Batsman's groin protector? Batsman's groin protector
- Paraguay, Bolivia, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Nepal, and Lesotho have no: Coastlines; Armies; Cathedrals; or McDonald's? Coastlines (each country is landlocked)
- What Greek word meaning 'upon/additionally' prefixes these words to create different words and a rock'n'roll brand: Centre/Center, Cure, Dermis, Gram, Tome, and Phone? Epi (Epiphone is a famous guitar maker)
- The area of a circle with a radius of 56.5cms is approximately how many square metres: 1; 3; 5; or 10? 1
- Italian clothier Emilio Ceccato redesigned/provided the traditional striped shirts in 2016 for: Venice's gondoliers; Vatican guards; Inter Milan soccer club; or Segregated Mafia prison inmates? Venice's gondoliers
- Endemic means: Contagious; Geographically native/unique; Historically significant; or Final/fatal? Geographically native/unique
- Persian, Venetian, Roman, and Vertical are types of: Doorways; Staircases; Window blinds; or Pure cat breeds? Window blinds
- What African nation is known in parts of Asia by the local names of two of its famous cities Marrakech and Fes? Morocco
- Macau, Monaco and Singapore have the world's most (What?): Dense populations; Rainfall; Prisoners; or Sherry drinkers? Dense populations
- What drink from the Camellia sinensis plant has green, black and white varieties: Sarsaparilla; Coffee; Tequila; or Tea? Tea
- The dermis and cutis are parts of the human: Heart; Brain; Skin; or Bones? Skin
- The largest theme park in Europe, subject to approval 2016, is planned by Paramount in: Dartford; Helsinki; Reykjavik; or Calais? Dartford (UK, NW Kent)
- The standard spoken English accent of the UK, abbreviated to 'RP', traditionally used by BBC newsreaders, the Royal Family and 'upper class' is fully called '(What?) Pronunciation': Revised; Revived; Received; or Rhubarb? Received
- Volvic, Evian, Perrier and San Pellegrino are famous brands of: Knitwear; Bottled water; Cosmetics; or Golf equipment? Bottled water
- The Arabic word 'al' (AL) roughly translates in English to mean: Go; The; Me; or You? The
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