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Orly airport serves which European city?

Paris Click to see the answer

Which word means a list of things you wish to achieve in your lifetime?

Bucket List

15th century painter Jan van Eyck was from which country?

Netherlands

What is the single word title of the famous novel by Alex Haley?

Roots

Norma Jean Mortenson was the birth name of which movie star?

Marilyn Monroe

The popular pet bird budgerigars originate in which country?

Australia

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Voodoo beliefs originated in which Caribbean island nation?

Haiti Click to see the answer

Flamenco is a traditional dance style associated with which country?

Spain

In the international radio alphabet, which word represents M?

Mike

Rattlesnakes are native to which continent?

North America

Which items would you find for sale in a draper's shop?

Cloth

Earl Lloyd was the first African-American to play which sport professionally?

Basketball

Smores are made with cookies and which other food?

Marshmallows

The traditional Hindu festival of colors has which name?

Holi

Which word means the same as not very often?

Rarely

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What nationality was the 'Lietutenant's Woman' in the title of a John Fowles novel?

French Click to see the answer

Cupid is the Roman equivalent of which Greek Dog?

Eros

The Strait of Gibraltar divides Morocco from which country in mainland Europe?

Spain

Uncle Sam is the personification of which country?

United States

Queen Elizabeth II is linked with which breed of dog?

Corgi

Galloway, Holstein, and Maine-Anjou are breeds of which farm animal?

Cow

A phyllophobe is afraid of what?

Leaves

Which medic has contractions in pregnancy named after him?

Braxton Hicks

The US President is always inaugurated in which month of the year?

January

If there's lots of potential, you are told that the world is your what?

Oyster

Which word can come after baby, bridal, and meteor?

Shower

On which continent did modern humans first evolve?

Africa

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Someone who is teetotal doesn't do what?

Drink Alcohol Click to see the answer

Papa John's is a fast-food chain serving which food?

Pizza

Which plant does latex usually come from?

Rubber

In which language does 'Konnichi Wa' mean hello?

Japanese

In which building would you find clerks, ushers, and a jury?

Courthouse

If you follow instructions saying purl two, cast off, what are you doing?

Knitting

Who wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'?

Harriet Beecher Stowe

Photophobia is extreme sensitivity to what?

Light

What is both the name of a Spanish dance, and a short jacket worn open at the front?

Bolero

Halloween was traditionally a festival to mark the end of what?

Summer

What was stored in Fort Knox?

Gold

The Harlem Renaissance was a cultural movement in which US city?

New York

Oxford and Cambridge are famous universities in which country?

England

Which animal's name translates as 'river horse'?

Hippopotamus

Who is the dictatorial father figure in Dickens' 'Hard Times'?

Thomas Gradgrind

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A dummy which an artist uses to practice drawing figures has which name?

Mannequin Click to see the answer

Which herb shares its name with a place where coins are made?

Mint

What is the name of Angela Lansbury's detective character in 'Murder, She Wrote'?

Jessica

A painted lady is a variety of which item?

Butterfly

The Channel Islands lie between England and which country?

France

Which crystal is put in watches to help them keep time?

Quartz

Which evil mythological creature was part woman and part bird?

Harpy

Which Italian city is the center of the country's fashion industry?

Milan

Gulag was the name for a prison in which country?

Russia

Anne Hathaway was the wife of which famous writer?

William Shakespeare

Greek salad contains which cheese?

Feta

The World Trade Organization was founded in 1995 in which European city?

Geneva

Mischa, the mascot for the 1980 Olympics, was which creature?

Bear

Gerhard Schröder led which country between 1998 and 2005?

Germany

The name of which part of Canada means 'New Scotland'?

Nova Scotia

According to the saying, you shouldn't put all of which food in one basket?

Eggs

Which color of cat is associated with witches?

Black

Alitalia is the national airline of which European country?

Italy

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Where might you watch New Year fireworks at Copacabana Beach?

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The movie 'Walk the Line' is about which singer?

Johnny Cash

Shrek in the movies was which type of mythical creature?

Ogre

Thriller' was a worldwide hit in 1984 for which artist?

Michael Jackson

Someone referred to as a 'kiwi' comes from which country?

New Zealand

Which country of the world covers the most time zones?

Russia

Favoring relatives in awarding responsibility or jobs has which name?

Nepotism

Lonicera is a plant with which common name?

Honeysuckle

What is the first name of French painter Cezanne?

Paul

The two world tropic lines are Cancer and which other?

Capricorn

A play is split into sections with which names?

Act

Which color of moon means once in a very long time?

Blue

Speedy Gonzales is which cartoon creature?

Mouse

Which animals are most associated with Easter?

Rabbits

Benjamin Franklin is said to have created with piece of furniture?

Rocking chair

Which country's film industry is known as 'Nollywood'?

Nigeria

Cosa Nostra is another name for which organization?

Mafia

Which musician had the nickname 'Slow-hand'?

Eric Clapton

Americans say 'faucet', but what's the same thing called in the UK?

Tap

Which body of water do you cross traveling from New York to London?

Atlantic Ocean

1656 work 'Las Meninas' is the best-known by which artist?

Velasquez

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Which Latin phrase means 'something-for-something'?

Quid Pro Quo Click to see the answer

What was the 'Club' name of the first credit card?

Diners

A painting of a countryside scene has which name?

Landscape

Which name is give to a group of fish?

Shoal

According to Greek myth, the labyrinth built by Daedalus housed which monster?

Minotaur

Fjords are a geographical feature associated with which country?

Norway

Which instrument do you use to determine your position relative to the North Pole?

Compass

Simca was a car maker in which European country?

France

Which aquatic animal builds dams to block rivers?

Beaver

What do dog sled drivers shout to get the dogs to run quicker?

Mush!

The Rastafari movement is a religion originating on which Caribbean island?

Jamaica

Which color takes its name for the Latin name for a mole?

Taupe

A 'murder' is the collective noun for which birds?

Crows

Colleen McCullough's novel 'The Thorn Birds' is set in which country?

Australia

Which actor famously crash-landed an aircraft in California in 2015?

Harrison Ford

Which composer had the Christian names Johann Sebastian

Bach

Deutschland is the local name for which European country?

Germany

What flavor is sambuca?

Aniseed

Oil from the liver of which animal is often sold as a health supplement?

Cod

Kabuki is a form of theater in which country?

Japan

In Scotland, what is a loch?

Lake

Which mythical creature has the top of a woman and bottom of a fish?

Mermaid

Bacon comes from which animal?

Pig

Which country's flag has a green star on a red background?

Morocco

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Sweet Georgia Brown' is the theme song for a famous New York team in which sports?

Basketball Click to see the answer

The Abominable Snowman, or Yeti, lives in which mountain range?

Himalayas

Which Canadian place is the world's second-largest French-speaking city?

Montreal

Which material is most commonly used for oil paintings?

Canvas

People in which occupation draw pictures in books?

Illustrators

What might you hang on the fireplace on Christmas Eve?

Stocking

Despite the name, the Spanish riding school is in which European city?

Vienna

Samhain is the name for traditional Halloween festivities in which country?

Ireland

Which four letter term means a sudden overthrow of the government?

Coup

Documentary 'Super Size Me' was about which fast food chain?

McDonalds

Which creatures work at the North Pole, helping Santa make toys?

Elves

In which European country would you find the Corinth Canal?

Greece

Which famous scientist invented the color wheel?

Isaac Newton

How would you address the Pope?

Your Holiness

Call me Ishmael' is the first line of which novel?

Moby Dick

A hammer and a sickle featured on the flag of which country?

USSR

A crepe is a French version of which food?

Pancake

Swahili is a language spoken on which continent?

Africa

Which Italian city claims to have invented pizza?

Naples

Actor Jean-Claude van Damme is nicknamed 'The Muscles from' which city?

Brussels

The Sahel is a transition zone between desert and grassland on which continent?

Africa

In Mexico, it is said that wearing what color underwear on New Year's Eve brings a new love?

Red

In Japan, what is a shinkansen?

Train

In 'Star Trek', which color is Spock's blood?

Green

Ancient Greek myth said that which man carried the world on his shoulders?

Atlas

UNHCR is the United Nation's High Commission for what?

Refugees

In the 'Winnie the Pooh' stories, which animal is Roo?

Kangaroo

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The Scottish Parliament meets in which city?

Edinburgh Click to see the answer

The Viking settlement of Vinland was located in which modern-day country?

Canada

A basket called a trug is often used by which occupation?

Gardener

What is the name for the Russian 3-stringed triangular bodied musical instrument?

Balalaika

Who was the first female US Secretary of State?

Madeleine Albright

A bibliophile is a lover of which items?

Books

Bavaria is a region in the south of which country?

Germany

Which color is associated with envy or jealousy?

Green

In comic books, which animal is Garfield?

Cat

Which animal is said to bury its head in the sand?

Ostrich

What's up doc?' was the catchphrase of which cartoon character?

Bugs Bunny

Bison are large animals with which alternative name?

Buffalo

Which country would you be in if you landed at Shannon airport?

Ireland

Which glass shape would you see outside the Louvre in Paris?

Pyramid

Z and which other letter are worth the most in the English language version of Scrabble?

Q

Sic Bo, Craps, and Chuck-a-Luck are gambling games using which items?

Dice

Which puppet was first written about by Carlo Collodi?

Pinocchio

What was the title given to the eldest son of the French king?

Dauphin

Murder on the Orient Express' is the most famous work by which writer?

Agatha Christie

Lowenbrau beer is brewed in which European country?

Germany

Graham Greene wrote about our man in which Caribbean town?

Havana

Which food is a Scotch Bonnet?

Chilli

What was the profession of the Seven Dwarves in the Disney movie?

Mining

Which country has a volcanic mountain called Popocatapetl?

Mexico

What is the usual setting for John Grisham's novels?

Courtroom

Who was the 20th US president and the second to be assassinated?

Garfield

The Windy City' is which place's most common nickname?

Chicago

The Spanish city of Toledo was associated with making which objects?

Swords

Racing driver Ayrton Senna was from which country?

Brazil

April, June, September, and which other month only have 30 days?

November

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Actors say it's unluck to mention which Shakespeare play inside a theater?

Macbeth Click to see the answer

Go is a boardgame from which country?

China

In mythology, Achilles was killed by an arrow in which part of the body?

Heel

Who slayed the gorgon Medusa in mythology

Perseus

Malpensa Airport serves which Italian city?

Milan

What would you do with a skillet?

Cook In It

Who goes shopping for school supplies in Diagon Alley?

Harry Potter

70s hit 'Vincent', about artist Van Gogh, was by which artist?

Don McLean

Aromatherapy works on which of the senses?

Smell

Keflavik International Airport is in which country?

Iceland

In the Catholic church, most ordinary priests wear which color?

Black

Car exhaust fumes contain mainly what poisonous gas?

Carbon Monoxide

Shoes made by Christian Louboutin have which distinctive color on the soles?

Red and White

Hans Bech invented what popular toy figures?

Playmobil

Which city in Canada also represents a letter in the NATO alphabet?

Quebec

Which animals build nests called a drey?

Squirrel

Which string instrument is slightly larger than a violin?

Viola

What does Horace Slughorn teach at Hogwarts?

Potions

What does JFK stand for in the name of a US politician?

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

According to the expression, necessity is the mother of what?

Invention

Which pureed fruit is often added to the Indian drink of lassi?

Mango

Detective Alex Cross is a character in books by which writer?

James Patterson

Pecan nuts are native to which country?

United States

The Old Man and the Sea' is a Nobel-prize winning novel by which writer?

Ernest Hemingway

Anne Frank hid in an attic in which city in the Second World War?

Amsterdam

Which Caribbean island was famous for producing cigars?

Cuba

Montserrat Caballe was famous in which field of the arts?

Opera

In German, which color is 'Schwarz'?

Black

Echidnas are egg-laying mammals native to which country?

Australia

White and which other color appear on the flag of the Vatican city?

Yellow

What is a scarlet ibis?

Bird

Two's company, but three is a what?

Crowd

Emmanuel Macron was elected President of which country in 2017?

France

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What was a Leviathan in the Bible?

Sea Monster Click to see the answer

Malala Yousafzai championed the right of girls to education in which country?

Pakistan

Carol Moseley Braun became the first African American female senator when elected to represent which state in 1992?

Illinois

Which weapons is a long, curved sword with a sharp outer edge?

Scimitar

What was the name of the parrot in the novel 'Treasure Island'?

Captain Flint

FW De Klerk is a notable former leader of which country?

South Africa

Kyushu and Shikoku are islands in which country?

Japan

33 miners were rescued in 2010 after being buried in a mine in which country?

Chile

Which bird shares its name with a country?

Turkey

Extortion is another name for which crime?

Blackmail

Which French car maker made the Zoe, Twingo, 5, and Twizy?

Renault

Arlene Foster is a political leader in which part of the UK?

Northern Ireland

Raphael and Michelangelo are famous artists from which country?

Italy

In India, Churchill Brothers, Dempo, and Salgaocar play which sport?

Football

An ingot is an oblong bar, usually of which metal?

Gold

The Lancet publishes research in which field?

Medicine

Caribou is another name for which animal?

Reindeer

Which English queen has the same name as a variety of plum?

Victoria

Coal, natural gas, and oil are known as which class of fuels?

Fossil

Grenache is a variety of which fruit?

Grape

Ugli fruit is native to which region?

Caribbean

Which dairy term is used to describe turnover or loss of customers?

Churn

Mark Twain's novels about Huckleberry Finn are set in which US state?

Missouri

The single-celled fungus which makes bread rise has which name?

Yeast

Which Russian city hosted the Winter Olympics in 2014?

Sochi

An Old Fashioned cocktail uses which alcohol as its main ingredient?

Whisky

Which character in a 90s novel wanted to lose 7 pounds, stop smoking, and develop inner poise?

Bridget Jones

Which 'icing' hardens as it dries on a cake?

Royal

Invercargill is a city in which southern hemisphere country?

New Zealand

Sports brand Fila comes from which country?

Italy

Which bird has the largest wingspan?

Albatross

A skull and crossbones symbol is associated with which group of people?

Pirates

In Japan, what is a futon?

Bed

Around which part of the body would you wear a cummerbund?

Waist

Matador is a person who takes part in which activity?

Bullfighting

The flesh of a pumpkin is which color?

Orange

Francis Ford Coppola is well known in which field of the arts?

Movies

What nationality was the artist Edvard Munch?

Norwegian

In 'Friends', what was Rachel's surname?

Green

Money is soon parted from which person?

Fool

The gravitational effect of which celestial body affects the tides?

Moon

In Scotland, what are Eigg, Muck and Rhum?

Islands

What did the Grinch steal, in the title of a famous children's novel?

Christmas

Cheyenne is the capital of which US state?

Wyoming

A manicurist works on which part of the body?

Hands

Mortadella sausages come from which European country?

Italy

Which bird is a central symbol in the 'Hunger Games' books?

Mockingjay

Salman Rushdie's novel 'Midnight's Children' is about which country?

India

In which country could you visit the Ajanta Caves?

India

What is bliss, according to the saying?

Ignorance

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In which month is St Patrick's Day?

March Click to see the answer

Faces of US Presidents are carved into which mountain?

Rushmore

Which item often used in jewelry forms in an oyster?

Pearl

Kiwi is a fruit and also a nickname for someone from which country?

New Zealand

In which British city is there a railway station called Temple Meads?

Bristol

The Inca people lived on which major continent before Spanish conquest?

South America

Which currency is used in Australia?

Dollar

Willow pattern china is traditionally which color?

Blue

What is used to make the dish of lox, often served with bagels and cream cheese?

Salmon

In which Far Eastern country was the Unification Church (Moonies) founded in 1954?

South Korea

Which part of London hosts an annual flower show each Spring?

Chelsea

What must happen for Christmas to be considered 'white'?

Snow

Which US President famously said 'I am not a crook'?

Richard Nixon

Which country is known as Österreich in its own language?

Austria

Daintree Rainforest is a national park in which country?

Australia

During the brewing process, which compound is changed into alcohol?

Sugar

Which Bronte sister wrote 'Jane Eyre'?

Charlotte

Stonehenge is a prehistoric site in which country?

England

On which peninsula would you find the city of Sevastopol?

Crimean

In 1907, Australia built a fence to try to control which invasive animals?

Rabbits

Katniss Everdeen is a character from which series of novels?

Hunger Games

If you were using a spinnaker or a jib, what would you be doing?

Sailing

What city did Charles II sell to France in 1662 for £40,000?

Dunkirk

Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes created which famous character?

Don Quixote

Which European city was called Lutetia by the Romans?

Paris

Siberia is a chilly region of which country?

Russia

The Adventures of David Balfour' is the subtitle of which Robert Louis Stevenson novel?

Kidnapped

Emporio is a range of clothes by which fashion design brand?

Armani

In which country would you find the Taj Mahal

India

Which meat is traditionally eaten at Easter?

Lamb

Ozzy Osbourne reputedly bit the head off which creature on stage in 1982?

Bat

Harriet Tubman was a prominent figure on which railroad?

Underground

La Befana delivers Christmas presents to well-behaved kids in which country?

Italy

Which term means a vacation looking for big game animals?

Safari

Which mythical creature might appear when you rub a magic lamp?

Genie

Aristocrats are said to have which color of blood?

Blue

Which Latin term is used to mean 'exactly the same words'?

Verbatim

Which Arthur Miller play is about the Salem witch trials?

The Crucible

Bordeaux is a wine-growing region in which country?

France

Which sort of integration is a business term for acquiring a supplier?

Vertical

In which country would you find reclaimed parcels of land called polders?

Netherlands

Hail to the Chief' is which person's anthem?

US President

Fire engines, stop signs, and danger are associated with which color?

Red

Which fairy story character had ridiculously long hair?

Rapunzel

Which country occupies 47% of the South American land mass?

Brazil

Baffin Island is a part of which country?

Canada

After midnight, Cinderella's carriage turned into which item?

Pumpkin

People with dyslexia may have problems doing what?

Reading

Lent is a period of fasting leading up to which holiday?

Easter

What was the trade of famous Russian Faberge?

Goldsmith

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In which country does Santa have his own personal zipcode of HOH OHO?

Canada Click to see the answer

Earl Lloyd was the first African-American to play which sport professionally?

Basketball

The world's first underground railway was in which European capital?

London

Which clothing brand logo features two horses and the words 'original riveted'?

Levis

Iron, Maltesse, St George's, Celtic, and Ankh are varieties of which shape?

Cross

Which fabric is made by applying moisture, pressure, and heat to wool?

Felt

Japanese cartoons, usually with a fantasy theme, have which 5 letter name?

Manga

According to Marilyn Monroe, which stone is a girl's best friend?

Diamond

Hanover, Stuart, and Tudor were all ruling houses of which country?

United Kingdom

French postboxes are which color?

Yellow

If you commit to a difficult action, you are biting the what?

Bullet

Who became the Syrian leader in the year 2000?

Bashar Al-Assad

According to the saying, who rush in where angels fear to tread?

Fools

LAX is the airport code for which US city?

Los Angeles

Which word means the same as the main villain in a book?

Antagonist

Which Australian bird does not fly?

Emu

Banh Mi is a chicken sandwich dish from which Asian country?

Vietnam

What do spelunkers explore?

Caves

Dessert called zabaglione was invented in which European country?

Italy

A usage levy was introduced on which item in the UK in 2015, cutting beach litter by 36%?

Plastic Bags

Political brothers Fidel and Raul had which first name?

Castro

What is the name of the magical spirit of the air in Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'?

Ariel

Echolocation is a navigation system used by which animals?

Bats

The Church of the Nativity is in which Israeli town?

Bethlehem

The Palace of Knossos is on which Greek island?

Crete

The three 'Chipmunks' were Alvin, Theodore, and who else?

Simon

Fitzwilliam Darcy is a character in which novel?

Pride and Prejudice

Cookie Monster in Sesame Street is which color?

Blue

Uluru formerly known as Ayer's Rock, is in which country?

Australia

Which US cosmetics brand was traditionally sold door to door by 'ladies'?

Avon

Which French artist went to Tahiti in 1891 to paint the local women?

Gauguin

The 1860s Impressionist movement started in which European country?

France

Which boy's name is also a brand of crackers?

Graham

Narendra Modi was re-elected as the Prime Minister of which country in 2019?

India

Which painting was stolen from the Louvre by museum employee Vincenzo Peruggia?

Mona Lisa

Quasimodo has which job in 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'?

Bell Ringer

With around 37,000 outlets worldwide, what is the world's biggest fast food chain?

McDonalds

Which animal takes its name from the Aafrikaans for 'earth pig'?

Aardvark

The Tagus river flows through which European capital?

Lisbon

The alleged Roswell UFO incident took place in which US state?

New Mexico

BMW and Audi cars are made in which country?

Germany

Music artist Prince was associated with which color?

Purple

Schonefeld airport serves which European city?

Berlin

John Updike's famous book was about the Witches of where?

Eastwick

Vampires are often said to be able to turn into which creatures?

Bats

Which word describes a kids' spelling contest?

Bee

A lifeguard would work in which place?

Swimming Pool

Which currency is used in Turkey?

Lira

Gallop indicates going full speed on which animal?

Horse

Murphy, Kelly, and Sullivan are common surnames in which European country?

Ireland

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Cherilyn Sarkasian LaPierre is the birth name of which singing star?

Cher Click to see the answer

What does the French expression 'C'est la vie!' mean?

That's Life

What is the name of the US military academy?

West Point

In the children's rhyme, when Jack fell down, what did he break?

Crown

A Brummie comes from which English city?

Birmingham

Angelenos live in which US city?

Los Angeles

Chinese Democracy' was a 2008 album release by which band?

Guns N Roses

The caiman is a close relative to which other animal?

Crocodile

Which island was occupied by the Knights of St John from 1530 to 1798?

Malta

Which country did the Romans call Mauritania?

Morocco

What is the largest living invertebrate?

Giant Squid

A skull and crossbones symbol is associated with which group of people?

Pirates

Socrates, Pericles, and Pythagoras were all inhabitants of which ancient city?

Athens

If the next word starts with a vowel, you don't write 'a', but which two letter word instead?

An

Relating to the sea, what could be spring or neap?

Tides

Which profession historically performed blood-letting?

Barbers

Who was the last US President to serve more than 2 terms?

Roosevelt

What are algophobics afraid of?

Pain

Which country has the world's largest National Park?

Canada

Which French word means a smooth, velvety sauce?

Veloute

The official logos for organic products in the EU, Japan, Australia and Canada all have which symbol?

Leaf

In which US city is Grand Central Station?

New York

Caesar salad is often served with which meat?

Chicken

In the fashion world, what does 'prêt à porter' mean?

Ready to Wear

Sir Edmund Barton became the first Prime Minister of which country in 1901?

Australia

Which word describes any marathon longer than the standard 26 mile length?

Ultra

A sultana is which other fruit, dried?

Grape

Which mountain was home of the Greek gods?

Olympus

Which animal term means sleeping through the winter?

Hibernation

Vanilla beans come from which flower?

Orchid

On a French menu, what are 'Escargots'?

Snails

Cloche, pillbox, and fez are examples of which item of clothing?

Hat

In 'Peter Pan', Wendy had brothers called John and what?

Michael

Which romantic poet wrote 'The Bride of Abydos'

Lord Byron

A play is split into sections with which names?

Act

Marilyn Monroe sang 'Happy Birthday' to which US President?

Kennedy

What did the letter A stand for in the novel 'The Scarlet Letter'?

Adultery

In the fairy-tale, Goldilocks visited a house where which animals lived?

Bears

Which component produces the mix of air and petrol in internal combustion engines?

Carburettor

What covers the ice cream in the dessert of Baked Alaska?

Meringue

Half treble, Double treble, Triple treble, and Treble relief are terms in which hobby?

Crochet

Witches reputedly fly around on which household items?

Brooms

Mariachi music comes from which country?

Mexico

Which country experienced the Witwatersrand Gold Rush?

South Africa

Gaffer, Best boy, and Key grip are occupations in which industry?

Movies

100 Pfennig made 1 what, in pre-Euro currency?

Deutschmark

Peroni beer is brewed in which European country?

Italy

Blue is combined with which other color to make green?

Yellow

Fendi is a designer fashion brand from which country?

Italy

The Church of the Nativity is in which Israeli town?

Bethlehem

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What is a corncrake?

Bird Click to see the answer

The name of which dinosaur means 'double beam'?

Diplodocus

Shinjuku railway station is a major transport hub in which world capital?

Tokyo

Lassi, a popular drink in India, is made from which product?

Yoghurt

Who was the main activist for women's suffrage in the US?

Susan B Anthony

What is a young kangaroo called?

Joey

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Highland Games are a cultural tradition of which country?

Scotland Click to see the answer

Six white kangaroos are said to pull Santa's sleigh in which country?

Australia

The flowers on the St John's Wort are which color?

Yellow

Madeira and the Azores are part of which European country?

Jamaica

Who wrote 'To Kill a Mockingbird'?

Harper Lee

Katniss Everdeen is a character from which series of novels?

Hunger Games

Tim Tams are a famous brand of chocolate cookies from which country?

Australia

Google's headquarters are in which US state?

California

What was the first female speaker of the House in the US?

Nancy Pelosi

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What is the more common name for the skin condition of urticaria?

Hives Click to see the answer

What is the national animal of Canada?

Beaver

Carlos Slim Helu, one of the world's richest men, is from which country?

Mexico

What is wrapped in bacon to make angels on horseback?

Oysters

Which bird is often used as a symbol of peace?

Dove

Pashtun people come from which country?

Vladivostok

Only one chess piece can only move diagonally - which is it?

Bishop

Ovine is an adjective used to describe which animals?

Sheep

What cooking term means to submerge food very quickly in boiling water?

Blanche

Which country uses the most olive oil per person?

Greece

What does a misogynist hate?

Women

Which term means the edge of a roof adjoining the wall, designed to stop water getting in?

Eaves

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What is the surname of controversial British modern artist Damien?

Hurst Click to see the answer

Which animal features in the novel 'Black Beauty'?

Horse

Who replaced Spiro Agnew as Richard Nixon's vice-president in 1973?

Gerald Ford

In the Sikh religion what is kesh?

Uncut hair

Which flower is the national symbol of England?

Rose

Lerwick is the main town on which British island group?

Shetland

Mercer is an old fashioned term for which occupation?

Merchant

Daisy Buchanan is the female lead character in which novel?

The Great Gatsby

Ed Koch is a former mayor of which US city?

New York City

Geraldine Ferrarro, the first female running mate, stood for election with which candidate?

Robert

Risotto has which main ingredient?

Rice

What was the name of Guns N Roses' famous debut album?

Appetite for Destruction

The world's first vaccine was created against which disease?

Smallpox

A 'Peekapoo' dog is a cross between a poodle and which other breed?

Pekingese

Which profession might wear a tutu?

Ballerina

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Which successful 80s musical is set in Vietnam?

Miss Saigon Click to see the answer

Which term means that material can be decomposed by natural means?

Jordan

A gambling token shares its name with which food?

Chip

Which boy 'says' in the name of a popular children's game?

Simon

At French weddings, you may see the top being removed from a champagne bottle with which implement?

Sword

Which Spanish conquistador conquered Mexico in 1519?

Cortés

Karahi is a traditional cooking pot used in which country?

India

In the 'Harry Potter' novels, who is Harry's godfather?

Sirius Black

A section at the end of a book giving extra detail has which name?

Appendix

If you commit regicide, who do you kill?

King

Which food could be carnaroli, wild, or long-grain?

Rice

Old Hickory' was the nickname of which US President?

Andrew Jackson

Which famous painting is known for its enigmatic smile?

Mona Lisa

People who have dyscalculia struggle with what?

Numbers

The main female performer in an opera has which name?

Prima Donna

In grammar, what is the name for a verb indicating time?

Finite

Which sea creature could be Loggerhead, Leatherback, or Hawksbill?

Turtle

What is measured using a hygrometer?

Humidity

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Pharmacologists develop which items?

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Ayatollah is a name for a leader in which religion?

Islam

What is 'Kraft Dinner', a popular meal in Canada?

Macaroni Cheese

People who are fit are compared to which instrument?

Fiddle

What is the name for the famous French cold soup?

Vichysoisse

UN troops on peacekeeping missions wear which color of berets?

Blue

In Greek mythology, what was the name of the one-eyed giants?

Cyclops

Which novel features Squire Trelawney, Long John Silver, and Ben Gunn?

Treasure Island

Which bird appears on the Australian coat of arms?

Emu

Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, is from which country?

Portugal

Pawns, Bishops, and Knights are pieces in which game?

Chess

What measure is equivalent to 2 standard bottles of champagne?

Magnum

On which day of the week do Jewish people observe the Sabbath?

Saturday

Frances Gumm was the birth name of which famous actress?

Judy Garland

Fendi is a designer fashion brand from which country?

Italy

According to the saying, what is only skin deep?

Beauty

Grizzly, Andean, and Panda are species of which creature?

Bear

The character of Elizabeth Bennett appears in which famous novel?

Pride and Prejudice

Emerald is the birthstone for which month of the year?

May

Brian Mulroney served as prime minister of which country?

Canada

Which traveller n a book had the unusual first name of Lemuel?

And

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Which artistic technique gives the illusion of a 3D space?

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Which literary orphan is raised by Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon?

Harry Potter

In which country would you find the Nafud Desert?

Mice

Which count is used to specify quality of bed linen?

Thread

In 'Trivial Pursuit', yellow questions are on which topic?

History

A chukka is a period of play in which sport?

Powerpuff Girls

In 'Star Trek', which color is Spock's blood?

Hamlet

What do spectrologists study?

Ghosts

What does the K stand for in fast food brand KFC?

Kentucky

Scallions is another name for which vegetable?

Spring Onion

Carlos Fuentes is a famous author from which country?

King

Who was the original singer with Led Zeppelin?

Robert Plant

The Windy City' is which place's most common nickname?

Chicago

What would you expect to find in a bouillabaisse?

Fish

Garbiñe Muguruza is a famous name in which sport?

Dublin

KLM is an airline based in which country?

Netherlands

What did the Grinch try to steal?

Christmas

Mannekin Pis a famous statue in which European capital?

Brussels

Which religion observes the Passover?

Judaism

In the stock market, what is the animal associated with thinking share prices are going to fall?

Bear

What is the name for the narrow part in the middle of an hourglass?

Waist

The Sage of Omaha' is a nickname for which entrepreneur?

Warren Buffet

Someone described as a 'wrangler' has which job?

Berlin

A tangelo is a fruit made by crossing a grapefruit with what?

Tangerine

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Mark Twain said that which sport was a good walk, spoiled?

Golf Click to see the answer

What is a Monkey Puzzle?

Tree

The Latin word 'Tempus' means what in English?

Winds

Which color do you get if you mix red and yellow?

Orange

A tandoor oven is used in dishes in which country?

India

The Parker Pen Co uses which symbol as its logo?

Arrow

People of which religion wear turbans called dastaars?

Sikh

Toulouse-Lautrec's painted scenes of the nightlife in which city?

Paris

Which poisonous plant is associated with kissing and Christmas?

Mistletoe

Who was 'the Obscure' in the title of a Thomas Hardy novel?

Jude

Which fruity beret did Prince sing about?

Raspberry

Which singer has a daughter called Blue Ivy?

Beyonce

Majestic, Maris Piper, and Romano are varieties of which vegetable?

Sweden

The 1916 Easter Rising took place in which European country?

Ireland

A groom generally looks after which animals?

Horses

James and Lily are the parents of which fictional character?

Harry Potter

Quinsy is an inflammation in which part of the body?

Throat

English poet William Wordsworth wrote about which flowers?

Daffodils

Badgers mainly eat which small items?

Worms

Bengal and Siberian are subspecies of which animal?

Tiger

Which is the highest aristocratic title in British nobility?

Duke

The UK triggered Article 50 of which treaty to begin the Brexit process?

Lisbon

Chilli peppers are typically red and which other color?

Green

What is the most common surname in the US?

Smith

Which short word means a Mafia chief?

Don

Mickey Mouse had which original first name?

Mortimer

What is the name of the most famous sculpture by Rodin?

The Thinker

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The flag of the UN features which two colors

Po Click to see the answer

Reader, I married him,' is the conclusion of which novel?

Jane Eyre

Actor Jean-Claude van Damme is nicknamed 'The Muscles from' which city?

Brussels

Johanna Spyri's novel 'Heidi' is set in which country?

Salmon

If you commit regicide, who do you kill?

King

Anna Wintour is famous in which field?

London

What is the main ingredient of the Indian dish of biryani?

Rice

Which acid builds up in the muscles during severe exercise?

Lactic

The Faroe Islands are self-governing area of which country?

North Africa

Titian was a famous 16th century painter from which country?

Italy

Osmic relates to which of the senses?

Smell

What color is the flesh of a yam?

Orange

Which creatures would you expect to find in an apiary?

Bees

Aberdeen Angus and Charolais are breeds of which animal?

Cow

Mr Micawber appears novel by Charles Dickens?

David Copperfield

The Scottish dessert of cranchan is made using which fruit?

Raspberries

What breeds contempt, according to the saying?

Familiarity

What does a numismatist collect?

Coins

In which European city could you see the 16th century Bridge of Sighs?

St Helena

The eldest sons of the Kings of France were given which title?

Dauphin

the spicy paste called harissa is common in dishes from which region?

North Africa

The common phrase says you're better late than what?

Never

Black and which other color is associated with Halloween celebrations?

Orange

What are the claws of a bird of prey called?

Talons

The Lowell Observatory is located in which US state?

Arizona

Approximately 40% of Vietnamese people have which surname?

Nguyen

The Colorado town of Aspen is famous for which sport?

Skiing

Where would you find a troglodyte living?

In a Cave

What do Catholics call the string of beads they use when praying?

Rosary

In North Africa, what is a sook?

Boston

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Which country in ancient times had 11 kings called Rameses?

Egypt Click to see the answer

Arie Luyendyk Jr rose to fame in which field before appearing on reality show 'The Bachelor'?

Motor Racing

Joan Miro is a 20th century artist from which country?

Spain

The Trevi Fountain is a landmark in which city?

Rome

Reims is at the center of the area in France which produces which drink?

Champagne

Which gaming board features 24 triangles?

Backgammon

Bulgur is a form of which grain?

Wheat

Classic sci-fi novel 'The Time Machine' was by which writer?

HG Wells

Sir John MacDonald was the first Prime Minister of which country?

Canada

Which flower is the national symbol of Wales?

Daffodil

What is the largest land-living carnivore?

Polar Bear

According to the Bible, what did the Jewish people eat in the desert?

Manna

The Cariboo Mountains are in which country?

London

Americans call it a 'zip code', but what's the equivalent in the UK?

Postcode

In 1994, the USA lifted a 19 year trade ban with which Asian country?

Violin

Edible fish eggs have which short name?

Roe

In the stock market, what is the animal associated with thinking share prices are going to fall?

Victoria

What is the legal term for telling lies under oath?

Perjury

Sir Edmund Barton became the first Prime Minister of which country in 1901?

Canada

Who became US president after Lincoln was assassinated?

Johnson

Actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in which European country?

Austria

In grammar, what is the name for a verb indicating time?

Switzerland

Which country was the first to insist upon car registration plates?

France

In 'The War of the Worlds' by HG Wells, where did the aliens come from?

Mars

Which word means your lookalike or double?

Doppelganger

The break in a theater performance has which name?

Interval

What is the middle name of Winston S Churchill?

Spencer

Which word is both a species of tree, and what's left over after a fire?

Ash

Hash Browns are made from which vegetables?

Potatoes

Who makes work for idle hands, according to the proverb?

The Devil

Which direction is also the name of one of Kim Kardashian's children?

North

Golden, Sea, and Bald are species of which bird?

Eagle

In Spain, what are fritters called churros usually dipped in?

Chocolate

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Tagalog is a language spoken in which country?

Swan Click to see the answer

Which term refers to the investigations before a business investment or acquisition?

Due Diligence

Flat-top, Bob, and Mullet are all what?

Money

Legends about which English king first contain references to the Holy Grail?

Arthur

Which two colors appear on the flag of Denmark?

Red and White

In mythology, which weapon does Thor use?

South Africa

Midsummer celebrations in which country involves wearing flower garlands on your head?

Sweden

Cardiff is the capital of which part of the UK?

Wales

Garbiñe Muguruza is a famous name in which sport?

Tennis

Which method of communication uses dots and dashes?

Morse

Which country uses a currency called shekels?

Israel

The bunyip is a mythical creature said to live in the lakes of which country?

New York

Dilma Rousseff was elected first female president of which country in 2010?

Brazil

Which Asian country has the world's biggest Muslim population?

Indonesia

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 which disappeared in March 2014 was traveling from Kuala Lumpur to which city?

The Kinks

Which classic Mexican dish means 'little donkey' in English?

Burrito

The 'Hungry Ghost Festival', similar to Halloween, is celebrated in which country?

China

In Belgium, what would you get if you ordered a Hoegaarden?

Beer

Picasso along with others developed which art style in Paris in 1911?

Cubism

What is the name for a successful German discount grocery store?

Aldi

Which Disney movie is about a big-eared elephant?

Dumbo

Which fairy-tale character had a Fairy Godmother?

Cinderella

Greeks paint their traditional Easter Eggs which color?

Red

A race with four athletes each running a leg is known as what?

Relay

Which mythical creature has the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion?

Tokyo

Which word is used to describe world religions including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?

Abrahamic

Floria Tosca is the heroine of which opera?

Snake Oil

What is the first name of Harry Potter's red-haired best friend?

Ron

Donnerstag is German for which day?

Thursday

The British government in which country was known as the Raj?

Africa

Which detective first featured in 'A Study in Scarlet'?

Sherlock Holmes

What is Delft in Holland famous for?

Pottery

Which species of falcon makes the fastest dive?

Peregrine

A didgeridoo is a traditional instrument from which country?

Australia

Which word means the hair found around the neck of a horse or a lion?

Mane

An edentulous does not have what?

Teeth

Which city represents the letter 'L' in the NATO phonetic alphabet?

Lima

Amritsar is a border crossing town between India and which other country?

Pakistan

A quotidian event happens how often?

Daily

What bird wouldn't you say boo to if you're scared of everything?

Goose

Baile Atha Cliath is the local name for which European capital?

Tennis

Which 60s and 70s musician named his children Moon Unit and Dweezil?

Frank Zappa

A long style of shorts is named after which island?

Dracula

What is the plural of mongoose?

Mongooses

Which short-named animal might you swat?

Fly

The tango is an iconic dance from which country?

Argentina

Luzon is the biggest island in which island country?

White

A common feature of towns in Middle East and North Africa what is a souq?

Marketplace

Phoenix is the largest city of which US state?

Arizona

The first European coffee houses opened in which city?

Vienna

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What color are stalks of rhubarb?

Red Click to see the answer

Which singer played Foxxy Cleopatra in the 2002 film 'Goldmember'?

Bermuda

In cinema, which expression means a brand paying to have their brands featured on screen?

Product Placement

What is the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet?

Epsilon

Kia cars are made in which country?

South Korea

Which animal can go before glove, hound and trot?

Fox

Which valved brass tenor instrument resembles a small tuba?

Euphonium

A skilled player of which game is often referred to as a Grandmaster?

Chess

What is the name of Woody and Buzz's owner in the first 'Toy Story' films?

Andy

The word 'prom' for a school dance is short for which word?

Promenade

Dialling a number starting +61 connects you to which country?

Dauphin

In 'The Flintstones', who is married to Barney?

The Merchant of Venice

Sibilance is a name for which sort of sound?

Hissing

Paprika is a spice with which vibrant color?

Red

Which sport is the word for G in the NATO alphabet?

Golf

A dish listed as 'en papillote' it is served in what?

Paper

Which country is nicknamed 'the Pearl of Africa'?

Uganda

A Ukrainian festive meal has 12 courses, to symbolize what?

12 Apostles

Which of the 7 deadly sins means eating too much?

Gluttony

What is the male equivalent of a witch?

Warlock

Peter Philips is the oldest grandchild of the monarch of which country?

Alaska

360 Varial, Frontside Air, Ollie, and Nollie are terms in which hobby?

Skateboarding

Fashion designer Rifat Ozbek was born in which country?

Turkey

In North Africa, what is a sook?

Marketplace

Avoiding bad luck means throwing what over your shoulder if spilled?

Salt

Which process describes extracting a metal from its ore?

Smelting

What is the name for a species of snake?

Copperhead

Ophelia is a main character in which Shakespeare play?

Iceland

Dacia cars are made in which European country?

Romania

The Latin Quarter and Marais are districts in which European capital?

Paris

Which author wrote the memoir 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings'?

Maya Angelou

McTimoney is the most famous form of which alternative therapy?

Chiropractic

Which technique developed by the painter Seurat uses small dabs of color laid side by side?

Pointillism

The Titanic was built in which UK city?

Belfast

Pilaf is a traditional method of cooking which food?

Rice

John Grogan wrote 'Marley and Me' about which animal?

Dog

Which shellfish features in the dish of Moules-frites?

Mussels

What is the name for a small hat attached to the head with a comb or band?

Fascinator

Patagonia is a region of which South American country?

Argentina

Portuguese Man-Of-War is a species of which creature?

Jellyfish

Which word meaning letter is in titles of books of the Bible's New Testament?

Epistle

Musophobics are afraid of which animals?

Space

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi made his money in which field?

Television

Thespian is another term for which occupation?

Actor

Which Age followed the Bronze Age?

Iron

Which short Latin term word translates literally as way or road?

Via

Fashion designer Issey Miyake is from which country?

Japan

Katakana is one of the ways of writing in which language?

Japanese

Which prehistoric period was after the Stone Age but before the Iron Age?

Polo

A motorway called the M25 goes round which European capital?

London

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A malster makes which alcoholic drink?

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Which musical includes characters called Sky Masterson and Nathan Detroit?

Guys and Dolls

Which US president met Neil Armstrong when he got back from the moon?

Nixon

What are you interested in if you study calligraphy?

Handwriting

What is the name of the French bread shaped like a long stick?

Baguette

What is another name for a zucchini?

Courgette

Babar, a popular character in children's books, is which creature?

South Korea

Poland's flag is red, and which other color?

Geneva

Which flower is the emblem of the UK Labour Party?

Rose

Gretl von Trapp is a character in which musical?

Sound of Music

Which continent is the world's largest by land area?

Asia

Halloween is based on the Samhain festival, a tradition in which culture?

India

Sumatra is part of which Asian country?

Indonesia

In Washington Irving's 1820 novel, which village is home to the Headless Horseman?

Sleepy Hollow

In which European capital is there a statue of a small boy called the Mannekin Pis?

Corsica

Squirrel, Proboscis and Tamarin are types of which animal?

Monkey

In which European capital is there a statue of a small boy called the Mannekin Pis?

Brussels

What was the most popular boy's name for babies born in the UK in 2018?

Oliver

Montserrat Caballe was famous in which field of the Arts?

Boats

Wallonia and Flanders are regions of which European country?

Belgium

What is the US state capital of Mississippi?

Jackson

Bourguignon sauce is made with red wine, bacon, and what else?

Mushrooms

Arlene Foster is a political leader in which part of the UK?

Italy

Which implement is used to hit the ball in a game of pool or billiards?

Cue

Which scientific Francis developed the scientific method?

Bacon

Which musician had the nickname 'Slow-hand'?

Stanley Kubrick

Zaragoza, Valencia, and Malaga are cities in which country?

Spain

A predator at the top of a food chain has which name?

Apex

The UNESCO world heritage city of Bagan is in which Asian country?

Myanmar

A Hemingway novel was called 'A Farewell to' what?

Arms

Which country uses the dong as currency?

Vietnam

Gabardine is an example of which item of clothing?

Coat

An insomniac struggles to do what?

Sleep

Claude Monet was known for painting which flowers?

Water Lillies

Eve was tempted in the Garden of Eden by which animal?

Snake

Murray-Darling is the longest river in which country?

Watch

Prince Siddhartha is another name for which religious figure?

Buddha

What is the capital of New Zealand?

Wellington

Be, One, and Eternity are perfumes by which brand?

Calvin Klein

Cosa Nostra is another name for which organization?

Mafia

A mountain lion has which other name?

Cougar

Which children's book features a caterpillar, sitting on a mushroom, smoking a pipe?

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Which fruit would you find in a French clafoutis dessert?

Cherry

Which doctor is Sherlock Holmes's roommate?

Watson

Members of the church of Latter-Day Saints are also known by which name?

Mormons

Which US city is nicknamed the 'Big Guava'?

Northern Ireland

Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland, is 2nd in line to what nation's throne?

Time

Which singer is said to have 'left the building'?

Elvis

The Man of La Mancha' was which fictional character?

Elephant

The Latin word 'Tempus' means what in English?

Time

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Mounties are police officers in which country?

Canada Click to see the answer

Which US city was associated with the 90s grunge scene?

Ghana

Taramasalata is a dish made from what?

Fish Eggs

The ram is the symbol of which sign of the zodiac?

Aries

What was fashion designer Chanel's real first name?

Gabrielle

The ancient city of Troy is in which modern country?

Turkey

Clove hitch, Sheepshank, and Bowline all what?

Knots

Exiled Russian leader Leon Trotsky was killed in which country in 1940?

Marketplace

Which building is Gringotts in the 'Harry Potter' novels?

Bank

Parr, smolt and grilse are stages in the growth of which creature?

Salmon

What is a mackerel?

Fish

John Steinbeck wrote a novel about being east of which place?

Eden

What is the most common surname in Korea?

Kim

Who is the dictatorial father figure in Dickens' 'Hard Times'?

Thomas Gradgrind

Promoting yourself is known as blowing your own what?

Trumpet

The international dialling code for which country is +61?

Australia

Singer Kylie Minogue is from which country?

Australia

Jerome K Jerome wrote about three men in a what?

Boat

The Veyron is a model of car from which brand?

Bugatti

Bactrian and Dromedary are two species of which animal?

Camel

Bugatti is a car brand from which European country?

Ireland

What is another word which means the same as chauffeur?

Driver

What is couscous made from?

Semolina

Who composed 'Finlandia'?

Sibelius

Who played the Bandit in 'Smokey and The Bandit'?

Burt Reynolds

Who created the comic characters of Ali G, Borat, and Bruno?

Sacha Baron Cohen

What green vegetable is added to a Greek tzatziki dip?

Cucumber

In which month of the year is United Nations Day?

October

The Orient Express originally traveled from Paris to which other city?

Istanbul

Lesotho is completely surrounded by which other country?

Blinds

The Dordogne region is in which European country?

Arrows

Llandaff Cathedral is in which British city?

Cardiff

Which country takes its name from the Latin word for silver?

Argentina

A truffle is which sort of food?

Fungus

Which job involves putting shoes on horses?

Blacksmith

The Barossa Valley in Australia is famous for producing which drink?

Wine

Which color is the diagonal cross on the flag of Jamaica?

Gold

Jasper National Park is in which country?

Canada

Chinese New Year is usually in which month of the year?

January

What was the first name of movie character Rambo?

John

In Greek mythology who persuaded her brother to kill her mother?

Electra

Which ship canal was built by Ferdinand de Lesseps?

Sword

Which shop traditionally has three balls hanging outside?

Pawnbroker

Which American entrepreneur came up with the idea of mass production?

Henry Ford

A billabong is a long, narrow lake in which country?

Pakistan

A common feature of towns in Middle East and North Africa what is a souq?

Buddhism

Which word describes a small dish for cooking in?

Ramekin

What is the name for a tank used to keep fish?

Aquarium

Ospreys mainly eat which food?

Fish

Which US singer was known as 'The King of Rock and Roll'?

Elvis Presley

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A decorative cord used as a Christmas decoration has which name?

Garland Click to see the answer

Simian is an adjective referring to which animals?

Monkeys

Which Chinese city was formerly known as Canton?

Guangzhou

Who lives in the Apostolic Palace?

Pope

Welsh people celebrate the day for their Patron, Saint David, in which month of the year?

March

Which country represents the letter I in the NATO alphabet?

India

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In Japan, what is a shinkansen?

Train Click to see the answer

In 2007, Donald Tusk became the prime minister of which country?

Poland

Jazz and Civic are models from which car company?

Honda

Which cocktail is made from white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint?

Mojito

Which cosmetic product is usually put on eyelashes?

Mascara

20th century writer Vladimir Nabokov was from which country?

Russia

Which Christmas-related gift is another name for the plant Sweet Cicely?

Myrrh

Sarong is an item of clothing from which part of the world?

South East Asia

Sunny, Almera, and Pulsar are all brands from which car maker?

Nissan

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Which animal is said to never forget?

Elephant Click to see the answer

What is the name of the magical spirit of the air in Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'?

Ariel

Snaffle, bit, and stirrups are associated with which animal?

Horse

Iberia was the former national airline of which country?

Spain

Which plant is the main ingredient of the Indian dish of dahl?

Lentil

In the Sikh religion what is kesh?

Uncut hair

What is all that Mariah Carey wants for Christmas?

You

Which psychologist founded the school of psychoanalysis?

Freud

Which former US Secretary of State took up a mew post in 2009 teaching at Stanford University?

Condoleezza Rice

In May 2015 which was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by national referendum?

Ireland

If you are good at gardening, what are said to be green?

Fingers

Nobel Prize for Literature winner Peter Handke was born in which country?

Austria

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Red, Blue, and Yellow are known as which colors?

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In classical painting, what are 'putti'?

Angels

Which popular food is the Italian word for pie?

Pizza

Calico, Seersucker, and Worsted are varieties of what?

Fabric

Which is the only bird which can fly backwards?

Hummingbird

2014 saw the abdication of Juan Carlos and the ascension of Felipe VI to the throne of which country?

Spain

Jeff Kinney wrote children's novels about which kid?

Wimpy

Stormont is the Government Assembly of which country?

Northern Ireland

Georges Braque was a close colleague of which other cubist artist?

Picasso

Which item of clothing takes its name from the area of Dongri in India?

Dungarees

Which adjective is used to describe countries like Norway, Sweden, and Denmark?

Nordic

Which Latin term means a temporary doctor?

Locum

France had 18 kings with which name?

Louis

The 'Peacock Throne' referred to the monarchy of which country?

Persia

Stanley Gibbons, founded in 1856, specializes in the sale of which products?

Postage Stamps

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General Franco was dictator of which country from 1939 to 1975?

Spain Click to see the answer

Simca was a car maker in which European country?

France

A famous venemous spider has which name?

Black Widow

What does FM stand for in the retail acronym FMCG?

Fast Moving

A dish listed as 'Au Poivre' has been made with which spice?

Pepper

The Saddledome is a famous building in which Canadian city?

Calgary

Which one of the 7 deadly sins is also an animal?

Sloth

Eating which sort of pie is an expression meaning admitting a mistake?

Humble

Tennessee Williams wrote about a streetcar with which unusual name?

Desire

Who sculpted 'Rabbit', a work which sold at auction for $91 million in 2019?

Jeff Koons

Wine barrels are most commonly made from which wood?

Oak

Which person might move 'en pointe'?

Ballerina

The ventral pleat is grooves in the skin under the mouth of which creature?

Whale

Which acid builds up in the muscles during severe exercise?

Lactic

What does a cartophilist collect?

Cigarette Cards

What was the first name of 20th century artist Ms Woolf?

Virginia

The Rosetta Stone was used to decode which ancient writing?

Hieroglyphics

Which Book of the Old Testament tells the story of the birth of Moses?

Exodus

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Who is behind fashion brand Savage X Fenty?

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A Dark and Stormy cocktail is dark rum and which mixer?

Ginger Beer

Pachisi and Chaupar are board games from which country?

India

Which word means the same as maze?

Labyrinth

Machiavelli's book on the art of political leadership, published in 1532, has which name?

The Prince

The Taliban ruled which country from 1996-2001?

Afghanistan

What is a Tricorne, popular in the 18th century?

Hat

Which European car maker had models called the Picasso and Dyane?

Citroen

In George Orwell's 'Animal Farm', which animals are Snowball and Napoleon?

Pigs

Condé Nast is a big name in which industry?

Publishing

What color is the skin of a watermelon?

Green

Which girl's name is used for a female donkey?

Jenny

Who is the patron saint of Germany?

St Boniface

Scotland Yard is a police office in which European capital?

London

The Hunchback of Notre Dame' is set in which European city?

Paris

Who is the Greek god of wine and fertility?

Dionysus

A cockapoo is a cross between a cocker spaniel and which other breed of dog?

Poodle

Eurozone countries all use which currency?

Euro

Tomato ketchup is which color?

Red

Who composed 'Peter Grimes'?

Britten

Who was Robin Hood's second in command?

Little John

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Which popular vegetable was originally purple in color?

Carrot Click to see the answer

Hush Puppies are shoes advertised by which breed of dog?

Basset Hound

What is the name given to the practice of favoring your own relatives?

Nepotism

In the fairy tale, what is the name of Hansel's sister?

Gretel

The Republic of Upper Volta was given which new name in 1984?

Burkina Faso

Which US lawman had brothers called Virgil and Morgan?

Wyatt Earp

A Farewell to Arms' is a famous novel by which writer?

Ernest Hemingway

What is the name for a traditional Moroccan house with central garden?

Riad

Who replaced Spiro Agnew as Richard Nixon's vice-president in 1973?

Gerald Ford

Which fish is used in a California sushi roll?

Crab

In the title of a famous James Patterson book, along came a what?

Spider

Obelus is another name for which mathematical symbol?

Division

The annual New Year ball drop takes place in which US city?

New York

Angel Food differs from other cakes as it doesn't contain which ingredient?

Butter

Christopher Cockerell invented which method of transportation?

Hovercraft

Which small plant is Ireland's national symbol?

Shamrock

Which German astronomer was reputed to have sold his soul to the devil?

Faust

What is used to make paper?

Wood

Which bread is used to made decorative houses at Christmas?

Gingerbread

What plant is used to make tequila?

Agave

Who wrote fantasy Western series 'The Dark Tower'?

Stephen King

In Japan the word Mikado originally referred to what?

Emperor

Which animal goes in front of frog to make another animal?

Bull

Bees live in which structure?

Hive

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2005 novel 'The Book Thief' is set in the 1930s in which country?

Germany Click to see the answer

Which English town were Shakespeare's 'merry wives' from?

Windsor

What term comes from the Latin 'I shall please' refers to a control substance used in drug trials?

Placebo

What does a numismatist collect?

Coins

Milliners make and design which items of clothing?

Hats

Where does an archer keep their arrows?

Quiver

Which verb is used in baking for gently mixing ingredients together?

Fold

Pak Choi is a variety of which vegetable?

Cabbage

Eating too much is associated with which of the 7 Deadly Sins?

Gluttony

According to the proverb, what is a change as good as?

A rest

Landseer's famous painting 'The Monarch of the Glen' features which animal?

Stag

Grimaldi is the royal house of which country?

Monaco

James Comey is a former director of which US body?

FBI

Cartoon character Fred Flintstone is a fan of which sport?

Bowling

In mythology, who was banished by his son Jupiter?

Saturn

During which war was the Battle of Marne?

First World War

Where do sloths live?

Trees

In relation to milk, what does UHT stand for?

Ultra Heat Treated

Scrooge McDuck is the millionaire uncle of which cartoon character?

Donald Duck

Which farmyard bird crows to wake you up in the morning?

Rooster

What does a chandler make?

Candles

Which word is also the name of a top-selling detergent brand?

Tide

Bluefin is a species of which large fish?

Tuna

Which Caribbean island was devastated after the dormant Soufriere Hills Volcano erupted 1995?

Montserrat

Black Forest Gateau is a delicacy from which European country?

Germany

MICEX is the stock exchange in which country?

Russia

Nobel Prize for Literature winner Kazuo Ishiguro was born in which country?

Japan

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An old Chinese custom called for which part of a woman's body to be bound to prevent growth?

Feet Click to see the answer

Which scale measures the effects of an earthquake in a particular location?

Mercalli

Which coffee word is 'Pressed Out' in Italian?

Espresso

Who became the first female Chancellor of Germany?

Angela Merkel

Edward was the real name of which pirate?

Blackbeard

Where in the body might a doctor place a grommet?

Ear

What does a camel store in its hump?

Fat

What is another name for the prairie wolf?

Coyote

Cardinals are birds of which color?

Red

Clove hitch, Sheepshank, and Bowline all what?

Knots

Which metal has the lowest boiling point?

Mercury

A bichon frise is a breed of which animal?

Dog

Detective writer Ngaio Marsh came from which country?

New Zealand

Jasmine and Matcha are varieties of which color of tea?

Green

Which country uses the international dialling code of 27?

South Africa

The Malamute is a breed of dog from which US state?

Alaska

Frankenstein' is a novel by which writer?

Mary Shelley

Where would you find a mast, a deck, and a porthole?

Ship

Which US President appears on a $1 bill?

Washington

Which compass is in the title of a Philip Pullman novel?

Golden

Native American leaders Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull were both from which US state?

South Dakota

At the age of 21, Frances Dolsom became the youngest First Lady when she married which President?

Grover Cleveland

Where were the Witches from in a John Updike novel?

Eastwick

What was the first name of 19th century American poet Whitman?

Walt

Santiago is the main character in which Paul Coelho novel?

The Alchemist

In mythology, who was banished by his son Jupiter?

Saturn

The Blue and White Nile merge in which African city?

Khartoum

Which German started the Protestant reformation?

Martin Luther

Which musical direction means at a slow comfortable pace?

Adagio

Which cereal crop is used to make Scotch malt whisky?

Barley

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Ludwig is the first name of which famous composer?

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According to the expression, revenge is a dish best served in which way?

Cold

Which philosopher is credited with the line, 'I think therefore I am'?

Descartes

Les Miserables' is a book, musical, and movie set in which city?

Paris

Cartier is a famous brand in which sector of fashion?

Jewelry

Marilyn Monroe sang 'Happy Birthday' to which US President?

Kennedy

Cashew nuts are native to which part of the world?

South America

Which technical term refers to forces resisting the forward movement of an aircraft?

Drag

What is the westernmost major city in Australia?

Perth

Kenneth Kaunda was the first president of which independent African country?

Zambia

Who was the first actress to win an Oscar for a non-English language movie?

Sophia Loren

What was the name of the mythological monster with 9 heads?

Hydra

A sauce made from which herb is often served with lamb?

Mint

Turmeric spice is which color?

Yellow

Jenny Shipley was the first female prime minister of which country?

New Zealand

Rioja is wine from which country?

Spain

Who flies in a jumbo jet called Airforce One?

US President

Which food could be pilau, arborio, or sticky?

Rice

Behaving in an overly obedient way to a boss, has which name?

Kowtow

Which country launched the Astrosat space lab in 2015?

India

The prefix 'neo' means what?

New

Miss Havisham is a character in which Dickens' novel?

Great Expectations

Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'fore I Diiie' is a famous book by which African-American writer?

Maya Angelou

Who wrote the line 'A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!' in a play about an English monarch?

Shakespeare

Nanaimo bars are a sweet treat from which country?

Canada

Balaclava, Beret, and Cloche are all which item of clothing?

Hat

A crocodile is often confused with which other animal?

Alligator

Olivine is the mineral form of which green gemstone?

Peridot

Which surreal Spanish artist believed he was a reincarnation of his brother?

Dali

Which continent is where ocelots live in the wild?

South America

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood' was the unfinished novel by which British writer?

Charles Dickens

Which deciduous tree has varieties called English, white, and slippery?

Elm

Sparkling wine called cava is made in which country?

Spain

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Which part of the mint plant is used in cooking?

Leaves Click to see the answer

What is the more common term for a dactylogram?

Fingerprint

What is the common name for the disease called trismus?

Lockjaw

Cotton top tamarin is a species of which animal?

Monkey

Who wrote 19th century novel 'Moby Dick'?

Herman Melville

What is the name for the jelly often used to preserve meat?

Aspic

Who is the patron saint of travelers?

Christopher

What was the name of Bambi's rabbit friend in the Disney movie?

Thumper

Where would you expect to see a chef working?

Restaurant

In Greek myths, who judged a beauty contest between Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena?

Paris

The dish of Wiener Schnitzel is named after which capital city?

Vienna

Separately priced items on a menu is described by which terms?

A la Carte

Daikon is a variety of radish from which country?

Japan

Meat from a calf has which name?

Veal

Which food is Gorgonzola?

Cheese

In the poem by Edgar Allen Poe, what did the raven say?

Nevermore

Board game 'Trivial Pursuit' was invented in which country?

Canada

What is the profession of George Clooney's wife, Amal?

Lawyer

Which cake could be glazed or jelly?

Donuts

Which innovative form of carbon is only one atom thick?

Graphene

Which British city has the nicknames Auld Reekie and Athens of the North?

Edinburgh

In the Star Wars universe which character's home planet is called Corellia?

Han Solo

Ouzo is an aniseed-flavored liquid from which country?

Greece

What does a tadpole eventually become?

Frog

Who works for Mr Rochester at Thornfield Hall?

Jane Eyre

Lebanon is associated with which tree?

Cedar

What is the name of the Tropic to the north of the Equator?

Cancer

Which cooking technique is cutting a chicken in half, then flattening for quicker cooking?

Spatchcock

Processed animal fat used to make soap and candles, has which name?

Tallow

Guanahateby is the name for the earliest residents of which Caribbean country?

Cuba

The old occupation of ostler is someone who looked after which animals?

Horses

Vodka mixed with ginger beer is which mule?

Moscow

When shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain' is the start of which play?

Macbeth

The Latin phrase 'E pluribus unum' is on the national seal of which country?

United States

In the nursery verse, 3 of which creatures were blind?

Mice

Who left an unfinished novel called 'Sanditon'?

Jane Austen

Eveningwear designer Cristóbal Balenciaga was from which country?

Spain

Piscine Molitor Patel is the main character in which novel?

Life of Pi

Mischa, the mascot for the 1980 Olympics, was which creature?

Bear

Which Biblical character is said to have lived for 969 years?

Methuselah

On which river would you find the Kariba Dam?

Zambezi

A mandrill is a species of which animal?

Monkey

The Flying Doctor service originated in which country?

Australia

Which plant was grown in Europe in medieval times for its unique blue dye?

Woad

In which part of the world is zaatar spice mix an essential in cooking?

Middle East

Which is the largest of the apes?

Gorilla

The song of which creature refers to a final speech or performance?

Swan

What is China's official language?

Mandarin

What do ungulate animals have?

Hooves

Which color of squirrel was introduced into the UK in the 19th century?

Grey

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What is the surname of Alan, a former chairman of The US Federal Reserve?

Greenspan Click to see the answer

Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis were famous for which style of music?

Jazz

Wild kangaroos live in which country?

Australia

Sarah Burton, who designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress, worked for which design house?

Alexander McQueen

What word is the opposite of zenith?

Nadir

What was the first name of fashion designer Lagerfeld?

Karl

On a boat, what is the opposite of port?

Starboard

Besides, English what is the other official language of India?

Hindi

What comes before 'puppies' for a deep fried snack food?

Hush

Too many cooks spoil the what, according to the saying?

Broth

Thomas Chippendale is famous as a designer of which item?

Furniture

Who wrote the music for the 1954 film 'White Christmas'?

Irving Berlin

The luxury fabric called cashmere is from which animal?

Goat

20 new moons were discovered around which planet in 2019?

Saturn

In Islamic law what is Talaq?

Divorce

Advocaat liqueur is which color?

Yellow

Bunny is an informal name for which animal?

Rabbit

What is the name for a yellow or orange substance made of the resin of ancient trees?

Amber

Which famous car maker had models called the Testarossa, Dino, and 348?

Ferrari

What is the name of the Spanish soup which is served cold?

Gazpacho

The Beluga whale is native to which body of water?

Arctic Ocean

What does the Easter Bunny bring to well-behaved children?

Chocolate Eggs

Dialling a number starting +61 connects you to which country?

Australia

Which long-haired cow-like animal is often kept by people living in the Himalayas?

Yak

What color is the bottom stripe on the US flag?

Red

Shinto is the native religion in which country?

Japan

In which Connecticut city would you find Ivy League Yale University?

New Haven

Which mythical Scottish village awakens once every 100 years?

Brigadoon

Who was the first man to walk on the moon?

Neil Armstrong

In which Connecticut city would you find Ivy League Yale University?

New Haven

What was the name of the clown in Stephen King's 1986 novel 'It'?

Pennywise

Which 2 word term refers to books particularly aimed at young, female readers?

Chick Lit

Bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno played which superhero on TV?

Hulk

What is the name for a sword with a curved blade?

Scimitar

Pearls are made by which sea creature?

Oyster

Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil, and Sinn Féin are major political parties in which country?

Ireland

What traditional men-only organization is often referred to as 'The Craft'?

Freemasons

Which scientist and novelist wrote '2001: A Space Odyssey'?

Arthur C Clarke

Where might you find driftwood?

On the beach

What was Princess Diana's surname before she got married?

Spencer

Otters eat mainly which food?

Fish

Bram Stoker wrote which famous vampire book?

Dracula

Cock-a-leekie soup is made with which meat?

Chicken

Which Sondheim musical tells the story of a murderous barber?

Sweeney Todd

What is the name for a baby rabbit?

Kit

The Karnak Temple complex is a major tourist attraction in which country?

Egypt

Chrometophobia is an irrational fear of what?

Money

Majestic, Maris Piper, and Romano are varieties of which vegetable?

Potato

The Red Lake gold mine is in which country?

Canada

If something is 'aureate', which color is it?

Gold

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Which sea mammal has a large protruding tusk?

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Which car brand launched a model called Avensis in 2015?

Toyota

In which country would you find the Nafud Desert?

Saudi Arabia

Svetlana Savitskaya was the first woman to walk where?

Space

Modern artist Gerhard Richter is from which country?

Germany

Composer Chopin was from which country?

Poland

Which brothers, called Jacob and Wilhelm, wrote fairy tales?

Grimm

Legal agreements are often divided into smaller parts called what?

Clauses

A book about your life written by someone else has which name?

Biography

Aquavit is a famous alcoholic drink from which part of the world?

Scandinavia

Which metal is extracted from the Chuquicamata mine in Chile?

Copper

What is a male goose called?

Gander

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife' is the start of which novel?

Pride and Prejudice

Which word means ruined due to neglect?

Decrepit

To make lemonade, you need water, lemons, and which other ingredient?

Sugar

Which William wrote 'Lord of the Flies'?

Golding

Piccadilly, Jubilee and Central are lines on which city's metro system?

London

Milk of Magnesia is a traditional treatment for which condition?

Indigestion

Edward was the real name of which pirate?

Blackbeard

What was the surname of famous fairy-tale writer Hans Christian?

Andersen

Which country's flag has an eagle and a snake on it?

Mexico

Otoplasty is the surgery on which external body parts?

Ears

Which branch of math means 'small pebble for counting' in Latin?

Calculus

What does the C stand for in medical term OCD?

Compulsive

An opera piece designed to be sung by two performers has which name?

Duet

Which food is made from roasting nuts in caramel?

Praline

Which color was the Fang in the Jack London book title?

White

In anatomy plantar relates to which part of the human body?

Foot

A stereotypical potion ingredient is which part of a newt?

Eye

Which fast food used the slogan 'I'm lovin' it'?

McDonalds

John, Matthew, Mark and which other saint are credited with writing the New Testament gospels?

Luke

What would you find in a binnacle?

Compass

Which adjective describes a black and white horse?

Piebald

Which author wrote the Theodore Boone stories about a young lawyer?

John Grisham

Which political leadership term takes its name from Latin for 'to join'?

Junta

What is the name of Hagrid's huge pet dog in the 'Harry Potter' novels?

Fang

The Spanish city of Toledo was associated with making which objects?

Swords

Which restaurant chain's signature product is the Whopper?

Burger King

Croissants are usually eaten for which meal of the day?

Breakfast

What do Dutch children leave for Santa Claus to fill with gifts?

Shoes

Who would you call if you have locked yourself out?

Locksmith

Midori liqueur has which flavor?

Melon

Which Asian citrus fruit has a sharp, sour flavour?

Yuzu

In which sport might you see an Eskimo roll?

Canoeing

What is the common name for the craft known as serigraphy?

Silk screen painting

Maleficent is the villain of which fairy tale?

Sleeping Beauty

Apart from India, what other country is majority Hindu?

Nepal

Shylock is a character in which Shakespeare play?

The Merchant of Venice

Which 'Sesame Street' character was the must-have Christmas toy of 1996?

Tickle Me Elmo

Andy Warhol's art was known as which style?

Pop

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What was the name of the lion in the 'Narnia' novels?

Aslan Click to see the answer

Which is the smallest Canadian province?

Prince Edward Island

Simon le Bon was the lead singer of which 80s group?

Duran Duran

What color is the children's storybook character Mr Happy?

Yellow

In heraldry, which color is gules?

Red

Catherine Parr was the last wife of which monarch?

Henry VIII

What is the name of the King of the Orang-Utans in 'The Jungle Book'?

Louis

Which vegetable is added to eggs to make a Spanish omelette?

Potato

Volatility is the tendency of a substance to do what?

Explode

Sake is a Japanese alcoholic drink made from which basic foodstuff?

Rice

The Presidential retreat of Camp David is in which US state?

Maryland

What is the first letter of the Greek alphabet?

Alpha

What is a belonophobic afraid of?

Needles

LM Montgomery wrote a series of book about which Canadian girl of 'Green Gables'?

Anne

Celeste is a shade of which primary color?

Blue

Which name is given to the government facility which manufactures money?

Mint

Batavia was the colonial name for which Asian capital city?

Jakarta

Tequila is the national drink of which country?

Mexico

The North Pole, home to Santa Claus, is located in which body of water?

Arctic Ocean

What was German officer Erwin Rommel's nickname?

Desert Fox

Which country lies immediately south of Estonia?

Latvia

The adjective lupine relates to which animals?

Wolves

A monk called Dom Pérignon reputedly invented which drink?

Champagne

Lebanon is associated with which tree?

Cedar

What is the anem for a baby sheep?

Lamb

Which tool could be jig, hand, band, mitre, or circular?

Saw

Who wrote 'The Iliad'?

Homer

Which Caribbean island was devastated after the dormant Soufriere Hills Volcano erupted 1995?

Montserrat

Which singer's surname is Ciccone?

Madonna

Which supernatural being takes its name from the German for 'noisy ghost'?

Poltergeist

Which company launched the first travelers cheques in 1891?

American Express

Etruscan people and culture were native to which modern day country?

Italy

Rigatoni, linguine, and tortellini are varieties of which food?

Pasta

Anglican refers to the main church of which country?

England

Which profession says 'Break a Leg' rather than 'Good Luck'?

Actor

Disposing of assets is known as selling off the family what?

Silver

The music festival called Summerfest takes place in which US city?

Milwaukee

The Tivoli Gardens are an open park space in which European capital?

Copenhagen

Ackee fruit is primarily associated with which region?

Caribbean

Alphabetically, what is the first sign of the zodiac?

Aquarius

Chives have a similar flavor to which vegetable?

Onion

Where would you wear a zuchetto?

Head

What was the first name of Pasternak, who wrote 'Dr Zhivago'?

Boris

Roe, red and fallow are species of which European mammal?

Deer

Dirndl is a traditional dress from which mountain range?

Alps

What is a belonophobic afraid of?

Needles

What word is the opposite of zenith?

Nadir

What is the name of the RAF's aerobatics team?

Red Arrows

The blue-footed Booby bird lives around the shores of which body of water?

Pacific Ocean

Beamish, Smithwick's and Guinness are beer brands from which country?

Ireland

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