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Could You Be A Millionaire? Quiz 73

Try to get all the right answers for these "original format" practice questions to see if you could win "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" 12 Questions.

 
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What essential item do you need to play a Clarinet?

  • Reed
  • Plectrum
  • Drumstick
  • Bow

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Which of these gases is the heaviest?

  • Hydrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Nitrogen
  • Helium

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What is the highest possible break in a game of snooker (excluding fouls etc)?

  • 100
  • 147
  • 170
  • 180

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Which British TV series launched the careers of Ant and Dec?

  • Friends Like These
  • SMTV Live
  • Please Sir!
  • Byker Grove

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How many tentacles does a squid have?

  • Six
  • Eight
  • Ten
  • Twelve

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For what does 'TM' stand in the movement founded by the Maharishi?

  • Temporal Matins
  • Transcendental Meditation
  • The Master
  • Tantric Movement

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Isis was a god in which country's mythology?

  • Egypt
  • Rome
  • Greece
  • Persia

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Franz Hals painted his most famous work in 1624; what was it called?

  • The Smoker
  • The Lute
  • The Laughing Cavalier
  • The Merry Drinker

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On 8th January 1940 the first 3 food items were rationed due to WWII in the United Kingdom, they were sugar, butter and what?

  • Eggs
  • Chocolate
  • Potatoes
  • Bacon

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For his part in which 1950's film did Frank Sinatra receive a 'Best Supporting Actor' Oscar?

  • Guys And Dolls
  • From Here To Eternity
  • Around The World In Eighty Days
  • The Joker Is Wild

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Which is the northernmost point of land on the Earth?

  • Kaffeklubben Island
  • Svalbard
  • Ellesmere Island
  • North Pole

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To what does the legal term 'Actori incumbit probatio' refer?

  • To continue forever
  • In agreement
  • The burden of proof
  • Established in law

 

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