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quizballs 478 - free general knowledge questions without answers for trivia quizzes
- The distance between the thread ridges of a screw or bolt is called the: Stitch; Pitch; Ditch; or Itch?
- What is 20% of the square root of 25?
- Mixing equal amounts of red, blue and yellow paint produces: Green; Purple; Brown; or Black?
- Which one of the four compass points does not feature in the main Australian state/territory names?
- Latin American originally (from echarqui, dried flesh), what word refers to marinated and barbecued pork/chicken?
- Adopted in November 1949, which nation's constitution is the longest in the world: USA; India; Germany; or China?
- Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi are major Chinese producers of: Oil; Phones; Fashionwear; or Cars?
- Epistemology, concerned with knowledge, and rationalism vs empiricism, is a branch of: Gambling; Philosophy; Politics; or Cookery?
- The famous Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail is c.800km across Northern: Italy; Spain; Brazil; or Canada?
- By what process is candy floss (fairy/cotton floss) made from sugar: Spinning; Popping; Boiling; or Microwaving?
- Coptic is the last (til 1600s) stage of what now unused language, one of the world's oldest?
- Liked by composers and writers for its softness and durability, a Blackwing 602 is a: Piano; Microphone; Pencil; or Chair?
- Hindi for 'solitary', and typically cub scout leader, what creature is Akela in Kipling's Jungle Book?
- The post-2nd World War term for the European communist bloc of nations was (which two of): Iron; Copper; Silver; Door; Curtain; or Cupboard?
- What is (USA) 'motorcycle dirt-track racing' popularly called elsewhere in the world?
- What is the most pirated (illegally copied/downloaded) TV program of the 21st century (at 2017)?
- What form or transport is named from the French word to throw?
- What are the four Shakespeare plays featuring: Venice; Two Gentleman; The Shrew; Windsor; The Merchant; The Merry Wives; Verona; The Taming?
- Japanese 'Konnichi wa' and 'Sayonara' mean respectively: Sorry; Bed-time; Good afternoon; Goodbye; or Help?
- Slacklining is a modern more dynamic form of: Tightrope walking; Gentleman's tailoring; Glider take-off; or Hip replacement?
- Name the Paris racecourse which hosts the famous Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe?
- What two common Latin words derive from the Roman gods representing and now meaning plants and animals?
- What word makes five new words when suffixed to: Yard; Side; Fire; Under; and Tone?
- What European nation is popularly and technically incorrectly called a name based on local language for 'woodland'?
- Urban legend reported as fact since first publication in 1893 attributes the invention of (What?) to Isaac Newton: Central heating; Cat-flap; Hot-tub; or Machine-gun?
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