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Trivia Questions I
- Which scholar supposedly exclaimed 'Eureka!'?
- What well used word is given for the division of Indian society into social groups?
- What is the literal translation of the Latin word 'trivia'?
- What does the 'WH' stand for in the high street chain WHSmith?
- Who is regarded as the father of the modern British police force?
- Name the wife of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy?
- The International Standard Book Number is how many digits long if assigned on or after 1 January 2007?
- YouTube was bought for 1.65 billion dollars, in 2006, by which company?
- Can you name the UK prime minister's official country residence in Buckinghamshire?
- In which decade did Billy Butlin open his first holiday camp at Skegness?
- Especially used for measuring the depth of water, how many feet are there in a fathom?
- What was Victoria's lastname before she married David Beckham?
- Three roads
- William Henry
- Sir Robert Peel
- Carla Bruni
- 1930s (1936)
- 6 feet
Trivia Questions II
- The University of Bedfordshire is based in which town?
- What is the plural of index?
- The board game Trivial Pursuit was invented in which country?
- Famous for also being a clown, who was the most popular English actor and entertainer of the earlier 1800s?
- Name the trivia guru and co-presenter of the TV quiz show Pointless?
- The Gateway Arch is a 192 metre high monument in which American city?
- Who wrote the book 'The Invisible Man'?
- Where in London is the UK's largest fish market?
- What was the first name of the historical Field Marshall, Lord Kitchener?
- In the Royal Navy what rank comes between Rear Admiral and Captain?
- What colour is the background of the Saudi Arabian flag?
- Starting with the letter 'm', what name is given to the strip holding and separating panes of glass in a window?
- Joseph Grimaldi
- Richard Osman
- St. Louis
- H. G. Wells
Trivia Quiz Questions III
- What is the common name given to a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base in Nevada, which is the frequent subject of conspiracy theories?
- What do Edward Koch, David Dinkins and Bill de Blasio all have in common?
- Which 3-D combination puzzle was invented in 1974 by a Hungarian professor of architecture?
- A dolorimeter is an instrument used to measure what?
- Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport serves which Italian city?
- Who is American actress Kate Capshaw married to?
- What colour is a vivid purplish red colour named after the flower of a plant which took its name from a 16th century German botanist?
- Who served as Leader of the Labour Party from July 1992 until his death from a heart attack in May 1994?
- How heavy in kilograms is a metre cubed of water?
- Whats does JPEG stand for, as in a JPEG file?
- Area 51
- All held the post of New York City mayor
- Rubics cube
- Pain threshold
- Steven Spielberg
- John Smith
- 1000 kg
- Joint Photographic Experts Group
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