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quizballs 305 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is a quarter of three-quarters?
- Technically the avocado ('fruit' of the avocado tree) is a: Berry; Tuba; Nut; or Fungus?
- From the Greek root word for a pointed pillar, what is the technical term for the division sign ( ÷ ) ?
- Which occupation traditionally used 'walla' (in the US), 'rhubarb' (UK), and 'gaya' (Japan)?
- The medical vasodilatory compound and recreational drug C5H11ONO is more commonly known as: Crack cocaine; LSD; Amyl nitrite; or Speed?
- SS Ancon was the first ship to navigate what single-vowelled passage on 15 August 1914?
- Crepuscular creatures are mainly active in: Sunlight; Moonlight; Twilight; or Darkness?
- A low-cost 'ratoon' crop (for example of sugar-cane or rice) grows from/on: Windblown seeds; Stubble after cropping; Flooded land; or Astroturf?
- The two traditional symbols used to indicate treble and bass clefs in musical notation are respectively based on: G and F; P and L; T and B; S and E?
- What high quality gravity/capillary-fed implement was traditionally ruby-tipped gold, and is nowadays usually iridium-tipped stainless-steel?
- The first almanacs, made in Babylon/Iraq c.750BC, originally listed: Important people; Recipes; Prayers; or Planetary movements?
- What common mineral's name (technically silica or SiO2) derives from old Polish-German 'kwardy', meaning 'hard'?
- AgustaWestland, Bell, Oboronprom and Sikorsky are notable makers of: Solar panels; Helicopters; Telecomms systems; or Nuclear reactors?
- The particle physics unit of reactionary particle decay is: Strangeness; Weirdness; Oddness; or Bafflement?
- What product 'brand' from the Gamay is traditionally released the third Thursday of November each year?
- The German Bauhaus institution famously combined building design with: Gardens; Artworks; Energy systems; or Water?
- Analepsis is more commonly known as a what in a play/story/film: Credits; Flashback; Sex scene; or Intermission?
- What invention of the Greenland Inuit is also derogatory slang for an outdoor hobbyist who observes or collects things?
- Baroque (a dramatic heavily detailed style of art form) began in: 500BC Athens; 1200s Paris; 1600s Rome; or 1800s Rio de Janeiro?
- A thin middle section of a wooden chair-back, particularly old and carved, is called a: Spit; Splint; Sprout; or Splat?
quizballs 305 - free general knowledge quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes