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quizballs 326 - free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The sulphate/sulfate used as a contrast agent for gastro-intenstinal x-rays contains which metallic element?
- The Hawaiian Islands are closest longitudinally to whose territory: USA; New Zealand; Russia; or Japan?
- Native to Indonesia, what spice is a flower bud from a tall evergreen tree 'Syzygium aromaticum'?
- Zebu cattle are famously distinguished by: Long hair; Long horns; A hump; or Antlers?
- Shellshock, in Bash, was in 2014 described as the most dangerous (what?) since Heartbleed?
- Which country in the UK is not represented in the Union Jack flag?
- On a 20cm diameter clockface, the tip of the second-hand travels approximately how many kilometres in a year: 3; 33; 330; or 3,300?
- This historical region (1300s-1800s) of Bessarabia is in: Eastern Europe; Western Europe; North Africa; or South America?
- What portmanteau term created in the 1960s is the science of copying or duplicating documents/graphics?
- The Harrington jacket is named after a: Scottish sheep; Australian town; English WWII bomber aircraft; or 1960s American TV soap character?
- Name the multi-billionaire celebrity businessman and aspiring US president tricked in 2014 into 'retweeting' on Twitter a picture of serial killers Fred and Rosemary West as supposedly having been admirers of his?
- The 2014 'Bendgate' controversy/publicity concerned version 6 of which famous product?
- The Hajj refers to Islamic: Pilgrimage; Fasting; Marriage; or Meditation?
- Who apologized to whom for carelessly revealing to the world's media that the latter had 'purred' in delight when Scotland rejected independence in 2014?
- What Swiss psychologist conceived 'extraversion' and 'introversion', and personality tendencies of intuition, sensing, feeling and thinking?
- Put these countries in order of oldest to youngest population average age: Turkey; Japan; Uganda; USA?
- In India a gharrry-wallah: Drives a horse and carriage; Bakes bread; Massages people; or Gives financial advice?
- In what discipline was Alex Jesaulenko's 'Mark of the Century'?
- What, unrelatedly, refers to ancient Israel/Hebrew Bible Law, and to a pattern created by small pieces of ceramic/glass/stone?
- In which discipline would you see the abbreviations: P C 1B 2B SS 3B LF CF and RF? Bonus point if you can name them all?