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Answer 51 corrected - thanks C White - 23 Aug 2008.
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quizballs 42 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Which horse won the Epsom Derby in 1989?
- What is the medical condition icterus commonly called?
- What plant was traditionally cultivated in Europe for its unique blue dye?
- What significant member of the British government drowned when HMS Hampshire was sunk by a mine off Orkney in 1916?
- Who discovered and opened Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922?
- Who invented the jet engine?
- In which London building was the funeral of Diana Princess of Wales held in 1997?
- Which Argentine leader was deposed in 1982?
- Marron Glacé is what, preserved and coated in sugar?
- In which year was the Battle of Waterloo?
- Which actor's real name was William Henry Pratt?
- The creation of what famous and anthemic song is officially attributed to Banjo Paterson and Christina Macpherson?
- Who played Daisy Duke in the 2005 film The Dukes of Hazzard?
- What name is given to the uncut locks of hair worn on the sides of the head by orthodox male Jews?
- In Greek mythology what is the name of the river whose water when drunk caused complete forgetfulness and made the souls of the dead forget their life on earth?
- What are the little discs of waste called that are produced by a paper or card hole-punch?
- What are the padded high-waisted trousers with shoulder straps worn for skiiing called?
- What type of natural substance is caoutchouc (pronounced kachook)?
- The first atomic bomb explosion was carried out in which US state?
- Whose last work entitled The Transfiguration was unfinished when he died in 1520?
- What is the capital of Jordan?
- Which bird is generally considered to have the best sense of smell?
- Who was the second president of the USA?
- Who wrote the Ballad of Reading Gaol in 1898?
- The World Trade Organization was founded in 1995 in which European city?
- Brunswick, Lancastrian and Pearl Pickler are types of which vegetable?
- In numerology a tern is a set of how many?
- Eamon de Valera founded which Irish political party in 1926?
- Actor Frank Gorshin played which character in the 1960's TV series Batman?
- Pekoe is a type of which drink?
- Which station has the longest escalator in London's Tube network?
- Caprine relates to which animal?
- The Welland Ship Canal is in which country?
- Who played Woody Allen's ex-wife in the 1979 film Manhattan?
- The 1957 song Butterfly was (surprisingly) the only UK number one hit achieved by which significant recording artist?
- On what date is St Martin's Day - or Martinmas - celebrated in Europe?
- What is a funambulist?
- Where on a woman's body would you see a bindi?
- From which European country does Limburger cheese originate?
- England cricketer Denis Compton played for which county club?
- Mount Godwin-Austen is better known by which name?
- Who made the famous statement, 'I think, therefore I am' ?
- Who composed the ballet music Swan Lake in 1877?
- The city of Bulawayo is in which African country?
- Henry Darnley was the husband of which British monarch?
- Catherine de Medici was the wife of which French monarch?
- In what state was Jimmy Carter governor before becoming president?
- In which European city is the sixteenth century limestone Bridge of Sighs?
- In which film does Robert De Niro play the character Rupert Pupkin?
- The Florence Nightingale School of Nursing was founded in 1860 at which London institution?
- The person holding what office sits on the Woolsack in the House of Lords?
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