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1

Which of these would a DIY enthusiast screw onto a bolt?

  • Striker nut
  • Wing nut
  • Half-back nut

2

According to the proverb 'You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it'....what?

  • Swim
  • Paddle
  • Drink

3

Which of these birds do not feature in the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas"?

  • Hens
  • Pheasants
  • Swans

4

Which of these is the name of an old Spanish coin?

  • Doubloon
  • Singloon
  • quadroon

5

Which of these is the title of a Noel Coward play?

  • Hives
  • Itching
  • Hay Fever

6

The 'Hit Parade' is an old-fashioned term for what?

  • Army drill
  • Suspect Identification
  • Pop charts

7

Which sport is used to identify a letter in the Phonetic Alphabet?

  • Polo
  • Bowls
  • Golf

8

Dictionary Corner is a feature of which TV show?

  • Countdown
  • Fifteen to One
  • 100%

9

John Coltrane is a leading figure in which field of music?

  • Rock
  • Classical
  • Jazz

10

Which poison is obtained from the seeds of the 'Nux Vomica' tree?

  • Arsenic
  • Strychnine
  • Aconitine

11

Which Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was based on Lynne Riggs play "Green Grow the Lilacs"?

  • Oklahoma
  • State Fair
  • Carousel

12

Lot, whose wife was turned into a pillar of salt, was what relation to Abraham?

  • Brother
  • Nephew
  • Grandson

13

In which century did the building of Pisa's Leaning Tower begin?

  • 12th
  • 10th
  • 14th

14

Who had a UK hit single with Sarah Brightman in 1997 with "Time To Say Goodbye"?

  • Luciano Pavarotti
  • Placido Domingo
  • Andrea Bocelli

15

"Koplick's" spots are a feature of which disease?

  • Chickenpox
  • Measles
  • Mumps

16

A "Shellback" is an informal term for a sailor who has done what?

  • Sailed round Cape Horn
  • Drunk a gallon of rum
  • Crossed the Equator

17

"The Fairies" was the first completed opera of which composer?

  • Wagner
  • Mozart
  • Puccini

18

Which of these French ports is the nearest to England?

  • Cherbourg
  • Calais
  • Le Havre

19

What type of fish is an "Albacore"?

  • Shark
  • Tuna
  • Brill

20

The "Glorious Revolution" of 1688 occured in which country?

  • Russia
  • France
  • England

21

What was the nickname of the actress Lily Langtry?

  • Guernsey Lily
  • Jersey Lily
  • Alderney Lily

22

How often is "Diurnally"?

  • Every day
  • Every week
  • Every other week

23

What is the meaning of the Latin name "Magna Carta"?

  • Great charter
  • Giant map
  • Magic diploma

24

Which legendary character secretly watched Lady Godiva when he should have turned a blind eye?

  • Doubting Thomas
  • Jumping Jack
  • Peeping Tom

25

Which of these was a number one hit for 'Right Said Fred'?

  • Profoundly Potty
  • Deeply Dippy
  • Greatly Goofy

26

The Quakers are also known as the 'Society of....?

  • Friends
  • Brothers
  • Light

27

Henrietta Marie was the wife of which English king?

  • William I
  • Edward I
  • Charles l

28

If you were 'hornswoggling' someone, what would you be doing?

  • Cheating them
  • Attacking them
  • Loving them

29

The Hermitage is a major art museum in which European city?

  • Brussels
  • St Petersburg
  • Copenhagen

30

"My word is my bond" is the motto of which British institution?

  • London Stock Exchange
  • Inns of Court
  • House of Lords

 

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