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quizballs 96 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What instrument, named from the Italian word for small, is traditionally considered to be the highest-pitched in an orchestra?
- Which human blood group can receive blood from any other blood group?
- What controversial artist designed the Chupa Chups lollipop logo?
- What is a céilidh: a diacritical mark; a Gaelic music and dance event; a vegetable; or a telescope?
- What is the famous eastern seaboard of Nicaragua and south Honduras, named after its Native American Indian people, and more commonly known in its westernized misunderstood form?
- What is the traditional timing device used by musicians which clicks at a selected rate?
- During which war was the Battle of Anzio?
- The port of Drammen is in which European country?
- What measure of thermal resistance used in the textile industry is said to derive from the name of a Roman garment?
- David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Ludovic Kennedy and David Dimbleby are among the past members of which exclusive and hedonistic Oxford club?
- What nickname was given to the artificial life form created in 2010 by US biologist Craig Venter?
- Which sporting champion and airline founder, nicknamed the Rat and Clockwork Mouse, featured on an Austrian postage stamp in 2005?
- Spencer Perceval (1762-1812) is the only British Prime Minister to have been what: a professor; deaf; assassinated; or ginger?
- Which singer and actor's epitaph is 'The Best is Yet to Come'?
- Jazz musician Stephane Grappelli was famous for playing which instrument?
- Mirabelle is a variety of which fruit?
- How many noble gases are there?
- In which year was the Euro, the single European currency, introduced into the world financial markets?
- What colour is the mineral rock malachite?
- Which painter is known as The Father of Impressionism?
- Name the exotic dancer who performed with the band Hawkwind in the 1970s?
- At the time of the northern solstice, the sun is directly over which line of latitude around the Earth: Arctic Circle; Tropic of Cancer; Equator; Tropic of Capricorn; or Antarctic Circle?
- Which English artist and cartoonist illustrated Lewis Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'?
- In Greek mythology, what is the food-stealing monster with a woman's head and body, and bird's wings and claws?
- The UK Advertising Standards Authority announced what bus poster advert had attracted the highest number of complaints in 2009: Eurotunnel cross-channel services; The Christian Party 'There definitely is a God'; United Colours of Benetton; or Durex Condoms?
- The Wombles made their debut television appearance on which children's TV programme?
- The fantastically expensive civet coffee is so called because the beans are: civet-brown; civet eye-shaped; harvested from civet dung; or said to be as expensive as Chanel perfume (which once contained civet musk)?
- Who was the mother of King Edward the Sixth (1537-1553)?
- 'Sex and the City:The Movie' revealed what to be the full character name of the man usually called 'Big'?
- What gas do humans breathe out?
quizballs 96 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes