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quizballs 282 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Name the online market for illicit and contraband goods, notably drugs, founded by 'Dread Pirate Roberts'?
- What was a KC in the UK until becoming a QC in 1952?
- The obverse (front) of the Great Seal (coat of arms) of the USA features a (what?) clasping (what two things?) (three answers required)?
- Which multinational corporation (at 2013) owns the brands Pop-Tarts, Eggo, Mother's Cookies, and Pringles?
- What 2015/19 transport link connects the UK towns Maidenhead, Shenfield and Abbey Wood?
- What is the chemical group name for 'legal high' recreational drugs known as 'poppers', originally and still a medical inhaler for angina?
- Who is the patron saint of miners, mathematicians, architects and military engineers: Vincent; Christopher; Barbara; or Kylie?
- The 'International Boundary', the longest international border between two countries, is shared by which two nations?
- What sort of architectural ironmongery has variations including barrel, pivot, butterfly, flag, and strap?
- What word prefixes the following words to form three different two-word terms: Drop, Rain, Test?
- Which best-selling 2008/9 book, whose concepts were adopted by political leaders, was written by Thaler and Sunstein?
- What is the biggest selling music album never to have achieved top chart position?
- What mammalian hormone is associated with birthing, milk ejection, and the refractory period?
- A carnival traditionally/literally represents the start of a religious period during which what is avoided? Sex; Meat; Speech; or Washing?
- How many points are on the maple leaf of the Canadian flag?
- Name the online messaging application founded by Evan Spiegel and fellow Stanford University students which reportedly rejected two $multibillion acquisition offers in 2013?
- What new word was added to dictionaries in 2013 referring to sexually provocative dancing (especially by female pop singers)?
- The ancient Greek term/goddess 'Sophrosyne' represents: Love; War; Moderation; or Wine?
- Referring to a warning or stipulation, spell the word: Caviot; Caviat; Caveot; or Caveat?
- Name the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (P5)?
quizballs 282 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes