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quizballs 200 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 200 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What was the previous brand-name of the Nissan automotive corporation?
- As at 2012 the European Union comprises how many member states: 12; 17; 22; or 27?
- Loss of temper or sudden uncontrollable rage is called metaphorically as 'the (what colour) mist'?
- Name the new French president of 2012?
- The mariachi musical style/band belongs to which country?
- Name the Bosnian Serb army commander tried at The Hague in 2012 for war crimes against Bosnia 1992-95?
- What Latin term refers (literally) to a writer or composer's 'great work'?
- What is the international dialling code for Australia: 31; 41; 51; or 61?
- How many eighths are in one-and-three-quarters?
- What is the main metallic element in the core of the moon: Zinc; Iron; Copper; or Gold?
- Beyond the number five, prime numbers can only end in one of which four numbers?
- Anachronistic means from another: Language; Time; Culture; or Purpose?
- Cape Verde was until independence a territory of which European country?
- As at 2012 the official 'authorised version' of the Holy Bible is also known by what monarch's name?
- What is the cube root of 343?
- The Beau Sancy, sold at a Geneva auction in 2012 for £5.3m, is a: Painting; Diamond; Island; or Biplane?
- Insuperable means impossible to: Understand; Believe; Explain; or Overcome?
- Albedoza or albedo refers to a surface's what: Hardness; Springiness; Reflectivity; or Smoothness?
- What word, from French and Portuguese etymology meaning 'raised', in different variants refers to various peoples around the world who are born locally, of foreign origin?
- What royal house immediately followed the reign of England's King Richard III: Tudor; York; Hanover; or Windsor?
quizballs 200 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes