quizballs 114 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 114 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
This is a 1-30 numbers quiz.
The answers are the numbers 1 to 30 (although not in the correct order, obviously)
Each number appears in only one answer.
- Holes in a standard round of golf?
- The MS Windows computer operating system version that succeeded Vista?
- Greek 'monos'?
- Total dots on a die?
- Square root of 576?
- Total of the sides on a pentagon and a heptagon?
- Days of the average human menstrual cycle?
- Lines traditionally in a sonnet?
- Whole miles in a marathon running event?
- The number followed by .14159, fully known as pi, used to calculate the circumference and area of a circle?
- The first Apollo moon landing?
- "The Lord is My Shepherd..." psalm number?
- Planets in our solar system?
- American Presidents assassinated in office?
- Old Chinese method of counting on one hand, up to this number, using the thumb to touch the tip and three joints of each finger?
- 'The curse of Scotland' diamonds playing card?
- The age that Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Jimmy Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Kurt Kobain all died?
- A bronze desk (anagram)?
- A Nebuchadnezzar wine/champagne bottle equates to how many normal bottles?
- The average age of a US combat soldier in the Vietnam war (also a 1985 Paul Hardcastle No1 hit song)?
- Traditionally (UK/US) the years of a pearl wedding anniversay?
- Legs of the largest group of species on earth?
- Considered unlucky in Italy, probably because its Roman numerals are an anagram of a Latin word which can mean loosely 'I have lived', implying 'I am dead' ?
- Red balls on a snooker table at the start of a frame (traditional full game version)?
- Yards in a chain?
- The dog Timmy made how many in Enid Blyton's 'Famous...' series of children's adventure books?
- The Boeing Superfortress B-'what'-type of American aircraft that dropped atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945?
- Basic parts of the Chinese Taijitu symbol (related to Taoism philosphy and popular interpretations of yin and yang)?
- British orbital motorway featuring the Dartford Crossing is the M-what?
- Diez, Tio, Zehn, and Zece (in Spanish, Swedish, German and Romanian)?
I am grateful to H Hughes for the inspiration and provision of this excellent quiz format and for most of the content.
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