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quizballs 417 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes
- Common in 1920-30s UK, what were popularised again 2015/16 by TV's Peaky Blinders, David Beckham and One Direction: Plus-fours trousers; Hobnail boots; Flat caps; or Handlebar moustaches?
- The Taoiseach ('teashockh'), Enda Kenny, in office 2011, re-elected 2016, is/was Prime Minister of: Sweden; Ireland; Scotland; or Canada?
- The Tahitian/Tongan/Samoan word and tradition 'ta-tau' became what in English?
- The premature same-age deaths of Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse prompted the popular '(What number?) Club' theory: 25; 26; 27; or 28?
- Cilantro or Chinese parsley is better known as: Oregano; Coriander; Dill; or Mixed herbs?
- Latin confectum, and the plural of Italian confetto, small sweet, is the word/tradition origin of what celebratory material?
- Haiku, traditionally comprising 17 'morae' and a juxta-position, is a short form of Japanese: Judo; Government; Poetry; or Breakfast?
- Prior to his criminal infamy, OJ Simpson was originally a famous American: Baseball player; Footballer; Rapper; or Senator?
- Oats are considered to be mainly a healthy source of: Carbohydrates; Sugar; Vitamins; or Iron?
- Reflexology therapy primarily involves touching a patient's: Head; Shoulders; Feet; or Knees?
- Which nation's tax authorities raided Google's offices in its capital city in 2016 citing tax evasion?
- Alex, Bonnie, Colin, Danielle, Earl, Fiona.. are at 2016: Atlantic hurricanes; Next in line to the Danish throne; Australian battleships; or Characters in a blockbuster 2000s Disney movie called Fruit?
- Match these words to their meanings: Visceral; Ethereal; Ephemeral - Very short-lived; Deeply felt; Spiritual/delicate?
- The Greek word petro/petros, as in petroleum and petrochemicals, etc, means: Rock; Fire; Oil; or Expensive?
- The UK state tax authority HMRC stands for Her Majesty's Revenue and: Costs; Corporations; Customs; or Crowns?
- Roland Garros is home to the Open (What?) Championships of (Where?) (two answers required): Darts; Golf; Tennis; France; Australia; USA?
- Originating in ancient India, 'ghee' is a popular modern: Rice wine; Barbecued crab; Clarified butter; or Edible sand?
- Which small English Midlands county is home to the eponymous '(What?) Water' (named after the county) - the nation's largest reservoir by area?
- Batman's gadget-loaded super-powered road vehicle, appearing in the very first Batman comic story 1937, is called the Bat: Car; Wagon; Mobile; or Pantechnicon?
- A pantechnicon (from Greek, for 'all' and 'piece of art') is a: Sports car; Bicycle; Skateboard; or Furniture removal van?
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