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quizballs 319 - free general knowledge quiz - questions and answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- Name Google's search engine for academic publishing? Scholar
- Built for the 1980 Summer Olympics, which city boasts the The Izmailovo Hotel (at 2014 the world's largest, comprising 7,500 rooms)? Moscow
- The European supermarket corporation Netto was founded and remains (at 2014) headquartered in: Denmark; Germany; France; or Italy? Denmark
- Whose logo features two pulling horses and the words 'original riveted'? Levi's (or Levi Strauss, denim garments)
- Sauerkraut is a type of German: Sausage; Bread; Cabbage; or Yoghurt? Cabbage (it means 'sour cabbage')
- The technical term 'Wearing Course' is used in: Fashion shows; Golf; Road surfacing; or Catering? Road surfacing (the top layer, which becomes worn by traffic)
- Warp and weft (USA, warp and fill) refer to the main elements in making: Beer; Bread; Cloth; or Shoes? Cloth (warp is the longitudinal threads, through which the weft threads are drawn)
- The word dinosaur is from Greek 'deinos saurus' meaning: Eat Plenty; Terrible Lizard; Angry Bird; or Saw Tooth? Terrible lizard
- What is a 3D crystal structure in physics and a criss-cross pastry pie top? Lattice
- The energy possessed by something due to its motion is called: Potential; Kinetic; Elastic; or Gravitational? Kinetic (from Greek kinesis, meaning motion)
- Which famous archipelago comprises eight major islands including Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and Molokai? Hawaiian Islands
- The capacity in megabytes (MB) of a standard Compact Disc is about: 0.7; 7.3; 73.7; or 737? 737MB
- What traditional American word for an ancient weapon refers to the gravity-based accelerational effect of a celestial object on another, or on a spacecraft? Slingshot
- Trypanosomiasis technically refers to what sort of sickness: Travel; Sleeping; Sea; or Love? Sleeping sickness
- What modern globally recognized symbol was created by British designer Gerald Holtom in 1958, based on the flag semaphore signals for N and D? Nuclear Disarmament (☮ or CND, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, or international equivalents, or the 'peace sign' or 'Ban the Bomb' - the shape was also considered a symbolization of human despair [outstretched downward pointing arms] against a background of the globe - the flag semaphore N = two flags each pointing 45 degrees downwards, and D = one flag raised vertically)
- Computer programming students commonly begin by writing a program named from its display output - "Hello (What?)": Everyone!; World!; Mum!; or Goodbye! ? World
- American Callan Pinckney's eponymously named system became a best-selling (1980s-2000s) book/video franchise in what genre: Cooking; DIY; Fitness; or Childcare? Fitness (called Callanetics)
- What term, derived from Italian/French theatrical farce, nowadays fashionably refers to mildly erotic entertainment and striptease? Burlesque (originally from Italian burla, mockery)
- What is a finch-like bird, a festive decoration, and a baby's hooded sleeping garment? Bunting
- Bok Choy (US) or Pak Choi (UK) is a Chinese: Martial art; Writing style; Poetry; or Cabbage? Cabbage
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