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78201. Who's band was The Quarrymen

Answer: John Lenon

78202. What does a funambulist do

Answer: Tightrope walker

78203. Who invented the television

Answer: John Logie Baird

78204. How many feet in a fathom

Answer: Six

78205. Who sailed in the Nina - Pinta and Santa Maria

Answer: Christopher Columbus

78206. Which leader died in St Helena

Answer: Napoleon Bonaparte

78207. Who wrote Gone with the Wind

Answer: Margaret Mitchell

78208. Whose nose grew when he told a lie

Answer: Pinocchio

78209. Who has won the most Oscars

Answer: Walt Disney

78210. If you had pogonophobia what would you be afraid of

Answer: Beards

78211. What was the first James Bond book

Answer: Casino Royal

78212. What is the currency of Austria

Answer: Schilling

78213. Air Lingus is the national airline of which country

Answer: Republic of Ireland or Eire

78214. What is a baby rabbit called

Answer: Kit or Kitten

78215. Ictheologists study what

Answer: Fish

78216. Who or what lives in a formicarium

Answer: Ants

78217. What type of acid is used in car batteries

Answer: Sulphuric

78218. Christopher Cockerel invented what

Answer: Hovercraft

78219. La Giaconda is better known as what

Answer: Mona Lisa

78220. Eric Arthur Blaire was the real name of which author

Answer: George Orwell

78221. What was the first James Bond film

Answer: Dr No

78222. What was the capital of Ethiopia

Answer: Addis Ababa

78223. What is the largest state in the USA

Answer: Alaska

78224. Which human rights organisation founded 1961 got Nobel 1977

Answer: Amnesty International

78225. Whose autobiography was The long walk to Freedom

Answer: Nelson Mandela

78226. What was discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter

Answer: Tutankamen tomb

78227. Clyde Tonbaugh discovered what planet in 1930

Answer: Pluto

78228. Who ran through the streets naked crying Eureka Archimedes


78229. In which city was Alexander Graham Bell born in 1847

Answer: Edinburgh

78230. What is the national flower of Japan

Answer: Chrysanthemum

78231. What did mathematician John Napier invent in 1614

Answer: Logarithms

78232. Consumption was the former name of which disease

Answer: Tuberculosis

78233. Who wrote Gulliver’s Travels

Answer: Jonathon Swift

78234. In Japan what is Seppuku

Answer: Hari Kari - suicide

78235. Who discovered blood circulation

Answer: William Harvey

78236. Why is Louise Brown - born 1978 famous

Answer: First test tube baby

78237. The title of whose book translates as my struggle

Answer: Adolf Hitler

78238. Carlo Collodi created which famous children's character

Answer: Pinocchio

78239. 1656 Christian Huygens invented what type of timekeeper

Answer: Pendulum clock

78240. What animals name translates as water horse

Answer: Hippopotamus

78241. In 1643 Evangalisa Torichelli invented the first what

Answer: Barometer

78242. What is the longest river in Italy

Answer: Po

78243. What does a polyandric women have more than one of

Answer: Husband

78244. In 1911 the archaeologist Hiram Bingham discovered what lost city

Answer: Machu Picchu

78245. In 1901 which brand of car was seen for the first time

Answer: Mercedes

78246. Brisbane is the state capital of which SE Australian state

Answer: Queensland

78247. What is the capitol of Morocco

Answer: Rabat

78248. Linus Torwalds invented and wrote what

Answer: Linux computer operating system

78249. Zambia and Zimbabwe used to be called what

Answer: Rhodesia

78250. What is the staple food of one third of the worlds population

Answer: Rice
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