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quizballs 399 - free general knowledge quiz - questions and answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- How many people (at early 2000s) have walked on the moon: 3; 12; 21; or 37? 12
- The word succumb means to be: Overjoyed; Overcome; Overlooked; or Oversized? Overcome (or to give in to something, or submit or die or be defeated)
- Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaskan and Samoa are five of a total nine US: Major highways; Basketball leagues; Timezones; or Lions? Timezones
- Tallow, Beeswax, Spermaceti, and Paraffin are traditionally used in making: Paint; Contraceptives; Candles; or Pasta? Candles (Spermaceti is a waxy fat from the sperm whale; tallow is derived from animal fat)
- The famous self-styled anarchist web-hacking group founded in 2003 is called: Mysterious; Incredulous; Anonymous; or Delirious? Anonymous
- Name the controversial detention camp established in 2002 by the USA in Cuba? Guantanamo Bay
- Often suggested as an English national anthem, William Blake's 1804 poem set to Hubert Parry's music is: Copenhagen; Jerusalem; Casablanca; or St Petersburg? Jerusalem
- Oxygen is a: Conductor; Insulator; Solvent; or Surfactant? Insulator
- A tenth divided by a fifth is a: Tenth; Fifth; Fiftieth; or Half? Half (to divide a fraction by a fraction, invert the second fraction and multiply, ie, 1/10 x 5/1 = 5/10 = 1/2)
- Which one of these is not a Toy Story movie character: Woody; Slinky; Stinky Pete; or Pingu? Pingu
- Fleckerl, Natural Turn, Chasse, and New York are: Muffins; Cocktails; Dance steps; or Homeopathic brands? Dance steps
- Chesterfield, Ottoman, Tallboy, and Cheval are: Furniture; Sailing ships; Australian cities; or Pig breeds? Furniture (a cheval is a full length floor-standing mirror)
- Martini, Rossini, Mojito, and Sazerac are: Composers; New York City districts; Cocktails; or Pig breeds? Cocktails
- Clipper, Brigantine, Corvette, and Schooner are: Sports cars; Drinking glasses; Card games; or Sailing ships? Sailing ships
- Gascon, Pot Belly, Saddleback, and Landrace are: Rope knots; Pig breeds; Ultra/endurance marathons; or Abdominal ruptures? Pig breeds
- Pegassi Zentorno is an: Italian soup; Estonian for 'Hello'; Racing snail; or Sports Car in 'Grand Theft Auto'? Sports Car in 'Grand Theft Auto'
- Bachata is a type of (What?) from the Dominican Republic: Music/dance; Hairstyle; Unlevened bread; or Banana sculpture? Music/dance
- Popocatepetl, Pico de Orizaba, and Iztaccihuatl are: Barcelona cathedrals; Mexican volcanoes; Cuban dictators; or The National Flowers of India? Mexican volcanoes
- Mixing yellow and blue paint produces: Orange; Green; Red; or White? Green
- Based on Greek legend, a constant uncontrollable threat, especially to a safe/desirable situation, is called The Sword of: Hades; Damocles; Hermes; or Aphrodite? Damocles
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