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Who holds the record for the most victories in a row on the professional golf tour? Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan (Answer: Byron Nelson)

When did the Liberty Bell get its name? when it was made, in 1701, when it rang on July 4, 1776, in the 19th century, when it became a symbol of the abolition of slavery, none of the above (Answer: in the 19th century, when it became a symbol of the abolition of slavery)

The title of which Pink Floyd album is also a chapter in 'The Wind In The Willows'?, Wish you were here, The piper at the gates of dawn, Meddle, Animals, (Answer: The piper at the gates of dawn)

Samite is a type of what: Fabric; Stone; Dog; or Cake? (Answer: Fabric) 

Herodotus is known as the father of what?, History, Medicine, Theatre, Music, (Answer: History)

Anemophobia is the fear of what?, Spiders, The Dark, Fire, Wind, (Answer: Wind)

In the Roy Rogers -Dale Evans Museum, you will find Roy and Dales stuffed horses. Roy's horse was named Trigger, which was Dales horse? Buttermilk, Daisy, Scout, Tulip (Answer: Buttermilk)

In which film do the words "I love you" save the planet earth?, The Day After Tomorrow, The 5th Element, Mars Attacks, Independence Day, (Answer: The 5th Element)

In which book is there an inn called Admiral Benbow?, Lord of the Rings, Gulliver?s Travels, Treasure Island, Peter Pan, (Answer: Treasure Island)

Who is third behind Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth in major league career home runs? Reggie Jackson, Harmon Killebrew, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson (Answer: Willie Mays)

A 'Miller' is a move in which sport?, Ice Hockey, Trampolining, Diving, Chess, (Answer: Trampolining)

In 1990, in what percentage of U.S. married couples did the wife earn more money than the husband? 8, 18, 38, 58 (Answer: 18)

The port of Mocha is in which country: Somalia; Oman; Iran; or Yemen? (Answer: Yemen)

In summer 2010 Ofcom (regulatory/complaints body for UK communications industries) found that broadband service providers were on average giving customers what percentage of the connection speeds they had contracted to receive: 46%; 75%; 98% or 120%? (Answer: 46%)

In J. Edgar Hoover, what did the J stand for? James, John, Joseph (Answer: John)

In 1985, five percent of U.S. households had telephone answering machines. By 1990 what percentage of homes had answering machines? 10 percent, 15 percent, 31 percent, 51 percent (Answer: 31 percent)

The first black American pictured on a U.S. postage stamp was who? Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, Louis Armstrong, Joe Louis (Answer: Joe Louis)

In a summer 2010 market trial, UK pub-chain Brakspear's launched free in-pub what: Breath tests; Massage; Tarot-card readings; or Dogs' dinners? (Answer: Dogs' dinners)

In anatomy, 'plantar' relates to which part of the human body: Foot; Stomach; Head; or Hand? (Answer: Foot) 

In the UK in the 1930s, what was named after the Minister of Transport: Pelican Crossing; Shadwell Station; Belisha Beacon; or Ashgrove College? (Answer: Belisha Beacon) (Leslie Hore-Belisha, 1895-1957, added beacons to pedestrian crossings in 1934)

Vermillion is a shade of which colour: Green; Blue; Red; or Yellow? (Answer: Red)

Which NHL hockey team has won the most Stanley Cups?, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, (Answer: Montreal Canadien)s

A 2010 publicity-driven competition called the Carbuncle Cup focused on unpopular British what: Architecture; Politicians; Corporations; or Law? (Answer: Architecture) 

What is the name of the man servant in 'Around the world in 80 days'?, Pas Partout, Cato, Giles, Machu Picchu, (Answer: Pas Partout)

If something coruscates, what does it do: Expands; Fades; Sparkles; or Shrinks? (Answer: Sparkles) (from Latin corsuscare)

London's city bike rental scheme, which launched in 2010, is based on the Bixi project which introduced bike rental to which city: Paris; Montreal; Venice; or New York? (Answer: Montreal)

James Bond was searching for what kind of airplane in 'Thunderball'?, 707, Piper Cub, Vulkan, B-52, (Answer: Vulkan)

Which of these characters turned 40 years old in 1990? Charlie Brown, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Fred Flintstone (Answer: Charlie Brown)

An anemometer is a guage used for recording the speed of what: Light; Spacecraft; Wind; or Athletes? (Answer: Wind)

'Goodbye Farewell and Amen' was the final episode of which TV series?, MASH, Dallas, Friends, The Muppet Show, (Answer: MASH)

In Dubai, Palm Judmeirah is a what: Artificial island development; Camel-meat curry; Scented aphrodisiac soap; or Public holiday? (Answer: Artificial island development)

During the 1980s for six consecutive years what breed of dog was the most popular in the U.S.? Cocker Spaniel, German shepherd, Labrador retriever, poodle. (Answer: cocker spaniel)

What does a nidoligist study?, Waves, Clouds, Bird Nests, Caves, (Answer: Bird Nests)

A Munro, of which there are 283, is a Scottish mountain which is over how many feet high: 1,000; 2,000; 3,000; or 4,000? (Answer: 3,000)

How many earths would fit inside the sun?, circa 100, circa 1,000,000, circa 10,000, circa 100,000, (Answer: circa 1,000,000)

Which religion emerged from the Bible Student movement, founded in 1872 by Charles Taze Russell: Jehovah's Witness; Quakers; Mormons; or Baha'i? (Answer: Jehovah's Witness)

Sfumato is a technique in what: Painting; Cooking; Martial Arts; or Meditation? (Answer: Painting) (tones blended together avoiding sharp outlines - from 1800s Italian, sfumare, meaning shaded-off)

Before becoming George Bush's Secretary of Defense, what was Dick Cheney's position? congressman from Wyoming, governor of New Hampshire, secretary of defense under Ronald Reagan (Answer: congressman from Wyoming)

Festfolk was the original name for which group?, The Beach Boys, ABBA, Motorhead, Simon and Garfunkel, (Answer: ABBA)

The Philadelphia mint started putting a "P" mint mark on quarters when? 1960, 1980, never (Answer: 1980)

Where did The Flowerpot Men want to go in 1967?, New York, San Francisco, Woodstock, Memphis, (Answer: San Francisco)

Which English royal house held the throne between 1154 and 1485: Stewart; Tudor; Plantagenet; or Lancaster? (Answer: Plantagenet) 

Which 1920s film star's third husband was Henri Le Bailly de la Falaise, Marquis de la Coudraye: Clara Bow; Lillian Gish; Mae West; or Gloria Swanson? (Answer: Gloria Swanson)

Which of the following items was owned by the fewest U.S. homes in 1990? home computer, compact disk player, cordless phone, dishwasher (Answer: compact disk player)

Evo Morales became president of which country in 2006: Bolivia; Argentina; Ecuador; or Peru? (Answer: Bolivia)

What did the "D" in "D-Day" stand for? doom, day, Dwight (Eisenhower), Dunkirk (Answer: day)

Who dueted with Harry Nilsson on the 1975 Phil Spectre song 'A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Every Day)' : Dusty Springfield; Barbra Streisand; Diana Ross; or Cher? (Answer: Cher)

Hypermetropic people are what?, obese, underfed, moody, far sighted,(Answer: far sighted)

Who wrote "don't count your chickens before they are hatched"?, Aesop, Shakespeare, Ben Franklin, Chaucer, (Answer: Aesop)

A nide is a brood or nest of which type of birds: Emus; Sparrows; Swans; or Pheasants? (Answer: Pheasants)

Florence Nightingale became known as "the Lady With the Lamp" during which war? American Civil War, Crimean War, World War I (Answer: Crimean War)

What year was it that the Census Bureau first reported that a majority of new mothers were remaining in the new job market? 1968, 1978, 1988 (Answer: 1988)

In which famous building are rooms named Vermeil, China, Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow Oval: Buckingham Palace; The Whitehouse; Palace of Versailles; or Westminster Abbey? (Answer: The Whitehouse)

In the year 1900 in the U.S. what were the most popular first names given to boy and girl babies? William and Elizabeth, Joseph and Catherine, John and Mary, George and Anne (Answer: John and Mary)

The Daniel Boon museum at the home where he died can best be described how? a log cabin in Kentucky, a two-story clapboard house in Tennessee, a four-story Georgian-style home in Missouri, a three story brick house in Arkansas (Answer: a four-story Georgian-style home in Missouri)

Melanophobia is the irrational fear of what: The colour black; Punishment; Fruit; or Children? (Answer: The colour black)

Which actor appeared in the Cranberries music video Ridiculous Thought?, Bruce Willis, Donald Sutherland, George Clooney, Elijah Wood,(Answer: Elijah Wood)

In summer 2010 what species produced offspring in the wild in the UK for the first time in around 400 years after reintroduction to Scotland: Beaver, Bear; Wolf; or Reindeer? (Answer: Beaver)

Catalonia, the Spanish Autonomous Community region comprising provinces Barcelona, Girona, Lleida and Tarragona, banned what in 2010 with effect from 2012: Lap-dancing; Bullfighting; Smoking in public outdoors; or Door-to-door selling? (Answer: Bullfighting)

Literally meaning repentance in Italian, what is the visible trace of an earlier painting beneath newer artwork on canvas: Pimento; Paliamento; Pinto; or Pentimento? (Answer: Pentimento)

What is the more usual name for Roentgen Rays?, X Rays, Gamma Rays, Ultraviolet Rays, Magnetic Resonance, (Answer: X Rays)

Fredrick Sanger invented which life saver?, Insulin, Safety Pin, Inflatable Life Raft, Aspirin, (Answer: Insulin)

Something annular is in the shape of a what: Leaf; Ring; Brick; or Pyramid? (Answer: Ring) (from the Latin anulus and anus, meaning ring)

When Mt. St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980, how many people were killed? 1, 57, 571 (Answer: 57)

If you dropped three solid steel spheres, weighing 1kg, 2kg and 3kg, at the same time from a height of ten metres, in what order would they hit the floor: 1kg 2kg 3kg; 3kg 2kg 1kg; All at the same time; or Some other order? (Answer: All at the same time) 

Sprinter Merlene Ottey, age 50, was a member of which nation's 4 x 100 metres relay squad at the 2010 European Championships: Bermuda; Slovenia; Jamaica; or Bahrain? (Answer: Slovenia) 

Which kind of animal did Florence Nightingale often carry around in her pocket? , Kitten, Puppy, Owl, Snake, (Answer: Owl)

Which of the Rolling Stones has a cameo role as Captain Jack Teague, father of Jack Sparrow in 'Pirates of the Caribbean, At World's End': Mick Jagger; Charlie Watts, Keith Richards; or Ronnie Wood? (Answer: Keith Richards)

The Brownie Box Camera introduced by Eastman Kodak in 1900 had a retail price of what? $1, $5, $10, $20 (Answer: $1)

A caparison is an ornamental cloth used to cover a what: Alter; Horse; Bed; or Window? (Answer: Horse)